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2008-11-26, 21:46   #144
michaf

Jan 2005

479 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by michaf The sieve started at n=1000, but that doesn't imply an error in the script. I have had some very hard working days, so any user error that is possible to make, will most likely be made :)
As 'always', the error was human: I had a left-over llr.ini from a testrun, which went into the wrong directory someway (I suspect a computer-error there, but let's say that _I_ placed it there...)

 2008-11-29, 16:42 #145 Flatlander I quite division it     "Chris" Feb 2005 England 40358 Posts I've had some stability problems the last week or so forcing me to restart 600-650M twice. The main problem was LogMeIn garbling the display forcing me to reboot. I've uninstalled it now. More worryingly, I've today found a "pfgw_err.log" file in my 610-630M folder. I've been getting "SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS)" errors on one core since Wednesday. I'm now unsure of the stability of this machine. I'm going to lower the overclocking, run a Prime95 torture test again, and then run a double check on my 510-520M range before starting again on 600-650M. edit: Just checked inside and the CPU fan was covered in dust. I only cleaned it last month. I think it's because we've started letting our rabbits out indoors again. I'll have to air blast them each time! Last fiddled with by Flatlander on 2008-11-29 at 17:26 Reason: Dust bunnies!
2008-11-29, 20:11   #146
KEP

May 2005

16608 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Flatlander I've had some stability problems the last week or so forcing me to restart 600-650M twice. The main problem was LogMeIn garbling the display forcing me to reboot. I've uninstalled it now. More worryingly, I've today found a "pfgw_err.log" file in my 610-630M folder. I've been getting "SUM(INPUTS) != SUM(OUTPUTS)" errors on one core since Wednesday. I'm now unsure of the stability of this machine. I'm going to lower the overclocking, run a Prime95 torture test again, and then run a double check on my 510-520M range before starting again on 600-650M. edit: Just checked inside and the CPU fan was covered in dust. I only cleaned it last month. I think it's because we've started letting our rabbits out indoors again. I'll have to air blast them each time!
Flatlander, it sounds like a very good plan, to do a doublecheck, since we have to be sure that the initial phase at least is flawless. Please let us know what you find out about your machine and about your doublechecks. Finally thanks for keeping on eye for error-logs, I actually has never seen such an error log when using WinPFGW.exe, so I guess that this will mean that my machine is at least stable.

Good luck and again thanks for joining the race to complete "Level 1" (Bring all k up to n=25000)

Regards

Kenneth!

 2008-11-30, 11:08 #147 henryzz Just call me Henry     "David" Sep 2007 Cambridge (GMT/BST) 575110 Posts after a brainwave in the middle of the night i have managed to remove all the primes in my file from n=0 to n=999 i did it by using regular expressions i replaced "^......... .$", "^......... ..$" and "^......... ...\$" with "" i then removed the extra "\n"s by replacing "\n\n" with "\n" i am about the email all results to Gary 650M-660M is complete to 25k with 70ks remaining
2008-12-02, 14:36   #148
Flatlander
I quite division it

"Chris"
Feb 2005
England

81D16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Flatlander I'm now unsure of the stability of this machine. I'm going to lower the overclocking, run a Prime95 torture test again, and then run a double check on my 510-520M range before starting again on 600-650M.
I've lowered the overclocking to slightly lower than I used all summer.
Prime95 torture test okay on various settings.
510-520M double check produced identical files.
So now I can proceed at last.

2008-12-02, 15:22   #149
KEP

May 2005

24×59 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Flatlander I've lowered the overclocking to slightly lower than I used all summer. Prime95 torture test okay on various settings. 510-520M double check produced identical files. So now I can proceed at last.
Good job Flatlander. Its nice to see that people who supports the CRUS efforts aswell this very big effort, care about error messages. Just glad that you can finally proceed, wince it is going to be a while before I can contribute with initial work again, since taking the single k remaining below k=5M to n=1M, is going to be a greater task than anticipated and also I've suffered some technical issues last night, which seems to be resolved by now. I still hope that we all by a combined effort, can complete untill level 3 (n=100000) before the 10 year aniversary (April 12th 2018).

Now I just hope that Henryzz can soon send me his remaining k's so the range can finally be submitted as complete on the forum aswell on the website

Regards

KEP

Last fiddled with by KEP on 2008-12-02 at 15:23

2008-12-02, 15:34   #150
henryzz
Just call me Henry

"David"
Sep 2007
Cambridge (GMT/BST)

34·71 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by KEP Now I just hope that Henryzz can soon send me his remaining k's so the range can finally be submitted as complete on the forum aswell on the website Regards KEP
sorry after sending the results to Gary and posting here i clean forgot that you would need the ks remaining
here they are:
Code:
650113792*3^n-1
650180144*3^n-1
650444908*3^n-1
650512274*3^n-1
650681326*3^n-1
650688996*3^n-1
650950166*3^n-1
651097008*3^n-1
651294582*3^n-1
651384028*3^n-1
651591736*3^n-1
651817468*3^n-1
651936858*3^n-1
652073522*3^n-1
652093846*3^n-1
652264856*3^n-1
652283394*3^n-1
652468202*3^n-1
652479166*3^n-1
652523576*3^n-1
652728506*3^n-1
652847952*3^n-1
653376348*3^n-1
653408352*3^n-1
653839294*3^n-1
654034228*3^n-1
654182296*3^n-1
654215628*3^n-1
654320826*3^n-1
654446378*3^n-1
654528722*3^n-1
654625026*3^n-1
654934164*3^n-1
654943084*3^n-1
654982324*3^n-1
654987316*3^n-1
655309084*3^n-1
655482876*3^n-1
655564066*3^n-1
655625174*3^n-1
655775558*3^n-1
655874332*3^n-1
656080434*3^n-1
656120414*3^n-1
656133318*3^n-1
656209698*3^n-1
656364692*3^n-1
656464576*3^n-1
656627778*3^n-1
656656724*3^n-1
656694086*3^n-1
656787088*3^n-1
656892128*3^n-1
657376404*3^n-1
657430398*3^n-1
657437322*3^n-1
657581434*3^n-1
657604104*3^n-1
657697628*3^n-1
657702184*3^n-1
657878906*3^n-1
658496952*3^n-1
658783726*3^n-1
658960734*3^n-1
659135174*3^n-1
659218426*3^n-1
659285784*3^n-1
659420178*3^n-1
659518798*3^n-1
659547794*3^n-1

2008-12-02, 19:48   #151
KEP

May 2005

24×59 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by henryzz sorry after sending the results to Gary and posting here i clean forgot that you would need the ks remaining here they are: Code: 650113792*3^n-1 650180144*3^n-1 650444908*3^n-1 650512274*3^n-1 650681326*3^n-1 650688996*3^n-1 650950166*3^n-1 651097008*3^n-1 651294582*3^n-1 651384028*3^n-1 651591736*3^n-1 651817468*3^n-1 651936858*3^n-1 652073522*3^n-1 652093846*3^n-1 652264856*3^n-1 652283394*3^n-1 652468202*3^n-1 652479166*3^n-1 652523576*3^n-1 652728506*3^n-1 652847952*3^n-1 653376348*3^n-1 653408352*3^n-1 653839294*3^n-1 654034228*3^n-1 654182296*3^n-1 654215628*3^n-1 654320826*3^n-1 654446378*3^n-1 654528722*3^n-1 654625026*3^n-1 654934164*3^n-1 654943084*3^n-1 654982324*3^n-1 654987316*3^n-1 655309084*3^n-1 655482876*3^n-1 655564066*3^n-1 655625174*3^n-1 655775558*3^n-1 655874332*3^n-1 656080434*3^n-1 656120414*3^n-1 656133318*3^n-1 656209698*3^n-1 656364692*3^n-1 656464576*3^n-1 656627778*3^n-1 656656724*3^n-1 656694086*3^n-1 656787088*3^n-1 656892128*3^n-1 657376404*3^n-1 657430398*3^n-1 657437322*3^n-1 657581434*3^n-1 657604104*3^n-1 657697628*3^n-1 657702184*3^n-1 657878906*3^n-1 658496952*3^n-1 658783726*3^n-1 658960734*3^n-1 659135174*3^n-1 659218426*3^n-1 659285784*3^n-1 659420178*3^n-1 659518798*3^n-1 659547794*3^n-1
All forgiven To your information your 70 k's were reduced to 56 k's that needs further testing beyond n=25K. Good job, hopes to see you attack this conjecture further in the future

KEP!

2008-12-02, 20:43   #152
henryzz
Just call me Henry

"David"
Sep 2007
Cambridge (GMT/BST)

34×71 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by KEP All forgiven To your information your 70 k's were reduced to 56 k's that needs further testing beyond n=25K. Good job, hopes to see you attack this conjecture further in the future KEP!
i will do another range at some point but i will be helping finish the nlpb 1st drive for about 3 weeks

2008-12-11, 18:43   #153
Flatlander
I quite division it

"Chris"
Feb 2005
England

31×67 Posts

600-650M complete. 371 ks remaining.

Reserving 660-700M.
Attached Files
 Rbase3-600-650.txt (4.0 KB, 130 views)

2008-12-11, 18:53   #154
KEP

May 2005

24×59 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Flatlander 600-650M complete. 371 ks remaining. Reserving 660-700M.
Good job Chris. I've handed back the Riesel base 3 effort to Gary, but just out of curiosity, I've removed the redundant k's. A total of 293 k's remained after removing redundant k's

KEP!

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