20210202, 09:52  #452  
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
3·7·29 Posts 
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Long story short, please do use srfile. Last fiddled with by Happy5214 on 20210202 at 09:54 

20210202, 15:40  #453  
Random Account
Aug 2009
11110010110_{2} Posts 
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In the wiki, k=6927 shows n=400e3 in the "max n" column. The largest value in the "primes for n" column is 743,481. Removing everything from the sieve < this value leaves 6,077 terms. This is where I will start. If this is not correct, then let me know. 

20210203, 01:56  #454 
Random Account
Aug 2009
2×971 Posts 
A correction: I went back to the "max n" in the wiki, 400e3, and started there.

20210329, 10:29  #455 
"Dmitrii"
Mar 2021
St.Petersburg,Russia
5 Posts 
Does it mean if I sieve k=3317 n=4e643e5 up to 10e12 then primegrid sieve files aren't needed?

20210329, 20:37  #456  
May 2007
Kansas; USA
2^{2}·2,593 Posts 
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You should use the PrimeGrid sieve file for testing. All k<10000 for n=1 to 3M are sieved to P=100P (100e15). The file will save you a lot of time in sieving and testing. 

20210330, 07:21  #457  
"Dmitrii"
Mar 2021
St.Petersburg,Russia
101_{2} Posts 
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I opened rsp5M_20150702.abcd and see "..// Sieved to 1000000000 with srsieve". What it is mean? 

20210330, 07:30  #458  
May 2007
Kansas; USA
2^{2}×2,593 Posts 
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rsp5M = 4M to 5M rsp6M = 5M to 6M It is n=3M to 6M that are sieved to 400e15. (n=0 to 3M are sieved to 100e15.) Ignore the header line in the sieve file. It means nothing. Pay attention to what it says in that post. You can tell by the fewer number of tests in each range than you would get by sieving yourself. 

20210330, 07:50  #459 
"Dmitrii"
Mar 2021
St.Petersburg,Russia
5 Posts 
gd_barnes, Thank you a lot

20210426, 12:19  #460  
"Dmitrii"
Mar 2021
St.Petersburg,Russia
5_{8} Posts 
K=3317
Checked 1M, 48 primes: Quote:
3M started 

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