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Old 2008-01-16, 07:04   #67
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34543*16^91225+1 is prime

submitted at the top 5000 page with srsieve, LLR and CRUS code

here : http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=83671




Congrats tnerual! Our first top-5000 prime!

Looks like I was just in time. I just created the code 6 hours ago and I wasn't even sure if it was officially accepted yet. I still have to add some project info. and links to it.

I'll post this in the news also.

For everyone's info., the project ID is CRUS.


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Old 2008-01-16, 15:15   #68
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range 92k-93.5k complete, no prime
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Old 2008-01-16, 15:32   #69
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86-89 complete
taking 98-100
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Old 2008-01-17, 12:36   #70
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93.5K-98K done, one prime found.
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Old 2008-01-17, 16:16   #71
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93.5K-98K done, one prime found.
Yet another top-5000 prime! 3 in < 3 days now. Way to go team!
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Old 2008-01-17, 16:25   #72
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After removing all of the k's where primes were found for n<100K, the optimal sieve limit for n=100K-200K has dropped to around P=1.25-1.3T. I just now finished filling the 'factor holes' up to P=1T and am continuing on.

I also had 2 cores unexpectedly free up from another effort so with 3 and sometimes 4 total cores on it for 2-3 days, I should be done this weekend.

Look for this drive to restart around Monday-Tuesday 1/21-1/22. We'll be effectively testing up to n=800K base 2. Bring on those REALLY big primes!

Jasong, if you read this, I won't need help sieving on this drive after all. But I could use help sieving on Riesel team drive #2 for n=100K-200K. I think you said it'd be a few days before you could start. That should work for me sending you the file for that one.


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Old 2008-01-18, 06:23   #73
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no additional primes
I see you did my reserved file--sorry for being AWOL for a while, my motherboard on my main crunching machine went kapooey. Thankfully it's fixed now, and now I've got a Core2Duo, so crunching should be much faster.

I'll be reserving a new range shortly...
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Old 2008-01-18, 07:01   #74
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I see you did my reserved file--sorry for being AWOL for a while, my motherboard on my main crunching machine went kapooey. Thankfully it's fixed now, and now I've got a Core2Duo, so crunching should be much faster.

I'll be reserving a new range shortly...

Hum. Not good. I made the poor assumption that he had coordinated with you since you had computer troubles.

Tcadigan, I for one can appreciate getting holes in search-ranges filled in. But if someone has a file reserved and they're out for a while, please send them or me a PM first and find out what's up.

For this project, I have no problem with people following up with others if they have something reserved but they've haven't been around for a while. Keeping the communication lines open and things moving along reasonably is the main thing. If it goes too long, information gets lost and double-work ends up being needed.


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Old 2008-01-18, 14:47   #75
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Hum. Not good. I made the poor assumption that he had coordinated with you since you had computer troubles.

Tcadigan, I for one can appreciate getting holes in search-ranges filled in. But if someone has a file reserved and they're out for a while, please send them or me a PM first and find out what's up.
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Sorry to all.

I read the statement "Previously reserved ranges are not finished...." incorrectly. I read it as ranges that were once reserved but now no longer are and aren't done. instead of ranges that are reserved but primes had been found earlier

should have read the actual reservations....
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Old 2008-01-18, 15:42   #76
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last ranges done (98-100) no primes :(

i will finish my reserved k (8 test)

i attach a file will all results for my ranges since last file upload
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Hum. Not good. I made the poor assumption that he had coordinated with you since you had computer troubles.

Tcadigan, I for one can appreciate getting holes in search-ranges filled in. But if someone has a file reserved and they're out for a while, please send them or me a PM first and find out what's up.

For this project, I have no problem with people following up with others if they have something reserved but they've haven't been around for a while. Keeping the communication lines open and things moving along reasonably is the main thing. If it goes too long, information gets lost and double-work ends up being needed.


Thanks,
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Sorry, I probably should have posted in the team drive thread too, rather than just PMing Gary, when my computer went blooey.
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Sorry to all.

I read the statement "Previously reserved ranges are not finished...." incorrectly. I read it as ranges that were once reserved but now no longer are and aren't done. instead of ranges that are reserved but primes had been found earlier

should have read the actual reservations....
Don't worry about it this time, it was easier to start afresh with a different sievefile anyway.

But hey, there's one big benefit to my computer needing repairs: This gave me a perfect opportunity to upgrade! Now I've got a Core 2 Duo 2.2Ghz (previously P4 3.2Ghz w/HT), and 2GB of DDR2 RAM (previously 1GB DDR)!
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