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Old 2021-11-15, 20:01   #3477
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No factors and not TF'd to 71 bits.
Neither has M1277, but as kriesel said, less of (71|target). I was mostly talking about exponents in the 1000M-4294M range, but it looks like all exponents 9M and up are at 71+ (largest exponent not TF'd to 71+ is 8,899,949)
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Old 2021-11-22, 23:50   #3478
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All exponents below 106 million have been tested at least once.
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Old 2021-11-23, 02:49   #3479
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ATH finished the PRPs of the final 2 M105M exponents at 23:19 of 11/22/2021 of the server time. M105417661 and M105595739.

All exponents below 106 million were tested at least once.

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Old 2021-11-25, 16:52   #3480
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Default Thoughts about this year's "Christmas Miracle"

Some years near the close of the year (the week between 12 Dec and 1 Jan) 'miracles' happen in the milestones.
Finishing all of the FTC's below 107 would require less than 90 exponents to be completed. That looks like it might happen. But, many of those are Ben's assignments that have failed to check in in days.
Finishing all the DC's below 59 would require less than 40 to be completed. But a whole bunch of those are exponents that are grey haired veterans from late last year. The current Anons will not get them finished. They will expire and if there is the slightest hiccup, it won't be this year.
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Old 2021-11-27, 05:47   #3481
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A much better Christmas miracle would be a new Mersenne Prime, it happened 3 times between Dec 7th and Dec 26th, and 6 times between Nov 13th and Dec 26th.
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Old 2021-11-27, 23:29   #3482
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A much better Christmas miracle would be a new Mersenne Prime, it happened 3 times between Dec 7th and Dec 26th, and 6 times between Nov 13th and Dec 26th.
Maybe I should try to finish my next PRP some time between the evening of Dec 24 and the morning of Dec 25.

Miracles in December work the best when timing to the exact moment that the Santa may arrive.

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Old 2021-11-28, 16:35   #3483
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A much better Christmas miracle would be a new Mersenne Prime, it happened 3 times between Dec 7th and Dec 26th, and 6 times between Nov 13th and Dec 26th.
Historically, overall, January and September have been most productive.

From https://www.mersenne.org/primes/, sorted by day of year;
Mp#35 1996 Nov 13
Mp#39 2001 Nov 14
Mp#40 2003 Nov 17
Mp#51* 2018 Dec 07
Mp#43 2005 Dec 15
Mp#50* 2017 Dec 26

Mid November has been very productive; Dec 16-25 entirely UNproductive, of discoveries.
See also https://www.mersenneforum.org/showth...085#post594085
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Old 2021-11-29, 00:38   #3484
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Some years near the close of the year (the week between 12 Dec and 1 Jan) 'miracles' happen in the milestones.
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Finishing all the DC's below 59 would require less than 40 to be completed. But a whole bunch of those are exponents that are grey haired veterans from late last year. The current Anons will not get them finished. They will expire and if there is the slightest hiccup, it won't be this year.
There are 27 DC under 59 million. There are 2 distinct groups 7 of them assigned Oct/ Nov 2021 and 20 of them assigned on Dec 2020. These last will not be done until they are reassigned and most won’t be for a while.
Hopefully by the end of January the situation will be ripe.
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Old 2021-12-05, 02:58   #3485
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George has the last 2 under 107M, ETA at -16 and 0 days:106364191 and 106751339
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Old 2021-12-05, 03:57   #3486
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George has the last 2 under 107M, ETA at -16 and 0 days:106364191 and 106751339
I moved one to the head of the queue and the other I've doubled the number of cores working on it.

If you see me in danger of being the last to finish a range in the future, let me know ahead of time and I'll adjust the workers to make the results appear on time.

What about this one: https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...6795681&full=1
I've doubled its core count too

and this one: https://www.mersenne.org/report_expo...6521629&full=1

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Old 2021-12-05, 13:09   #3487
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Sorry for stressing you. Those are far from the last 2, that is what I get for posting at 4am, I was looking at the wrong view.

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