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Old 2009-02-11, 12:16   #199
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I have reviewed the results files for k=1800-2000 and n=50K-200K. Everything is in order and so the drive is officially complete to n=200K.

All primes and counts for all k-ranges have been posted for n=50K-200K. Primes have also been posted up to k=1415 for the n=200K-350K portion of the drive.

All k=1003-1400 is now unofficially complete and filled in up to n=479264. It will be official when the results fill-in on ports 2000 and 3000 is complete. All that I can say is: It's about time that mess got cleaned up!

Karsten...time to post all of those primes and the contiguous completion limit for all k's on www.rieselprime.org.


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Old 2009-02-20, 06:17   #200
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Reserving k=1500-1600/n=200K-350K for port 9000.
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Old 2009-02-25, 13:29   #201
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just trying to get my bearings on the current position on port 9000

using example prime 1503 · 2^287844-1
I estimate 1,198 digits

looking at current lowest prime in top-5000
3353 · 2^362637+1 shown as having 109,169 digits

Did I get these right?
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Old 2009-02-25, 14:55   #202
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using example prime 1503 · 2^287844-1
I estimate 1,198 digits

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Did I get these right?
No, that number has 86,653 digits. You can get a close approximation with n*log102 (if you want to get it a bit closer from there, add the number of digits in the k and round down). That will get you within a few digits. If you want to be precise, here's the formula: ("int(...)" means the integer part, which is what you get if you ignore whatever's after the decimal point)
int (n*log(2)+log(k)+1)
From Gary's post here:
http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...35&postcount=4

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Old 2009-02-26, 10:39   #203
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Excellent. Thanks.

I was suspicious of my estimate because it 'felt' low.
I think my number got truncated a few times as I worked it through.
Just a little bit :D
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Old 2009-03-27, 17:49   #204
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IB9000 needs some pairs loaded. About a day's worth left.
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I'd like to reserve k=1601, 1603, 1605, and 1607. My individual k reservations will pause at n=750K to start this (I'll be there very soon and update my status in that thread when I'm there, then pause that work and switch to this until it's finished).

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I'd like to reserve k=1601, 1603, 1605, and 1607. My individual k reservations will pause at n=750K to start this (I'll be there very soon and update my status in that thread when I'm there, then pause that work and switch to this until it's finished).
I still have not received the files for this, is there a problem with it or was it just overlooked?
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I still have not received the files for this, is there a problem with it or was it just overlooked?
This drive was planned to be done by LLRnet only!

You can 'reserve' a small range by setting up the workunit count to 100 or more!
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I still have not received the files for this, is there a problem with it or was it just overlooked?
It was overlooked. I just now saw your request. I'll send the file over here within a couple of hours.

You are aware that this is a non-top-5000 range, correct?

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This drive was planned to be done by LLRnet only!

You can 'reserve' a small range by setting up the workunit count to 100 or more!
That was true for n=50K-200K. For n=200K-350K, we are allowing manual reservations: See the 1st post here where it says:

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For n=200K-350K, manual files will be sent upon request. None will be posted ahead of time. For manual ranges, please wait until you have completed your range and then post primes in THIS THREAD along with your completion status.

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Old 2009-03-28, 18:08   #209
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Holy crap! The sky is falling! LMAO

With help from Burce, we blew through the 2nd half of k=1500-1600 in just a few days. We're doing 20,000+ pairs a day now.

David, I'll send you a file in about an hour to load into port 9000. (gotta take a shower and eat first, lol) There will be the utmost priority on getting it loaded into the server. Can you please post here that you have loaded the file? Thanks.

Bruce and all, port 9000 will dry shortly if it hasn't already. If you see your machines sleeping, you might want to move them to something else for just a little while until you see that David has loaded the file.


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