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Old 2022-07-02, 16:24   #562
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Just for the record, I was able to get xyyxsievecl to run, like so:

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xyyxsievecl -p3 -P5000 -x3 -X10000 -y3 -Y10000 -s- -M3200 -W2 -oresults.txt
The above produced an ABC file with over 3.3 million terms in 72 seconds. It didn't work my 2080 all that hard after I raised the -M parameter to 3,200 and added -W2. It would not start at the default of 800 for -M. I put the above in a batch file. It doesn't seem to want to run from an input file. I will learn more with some experimentation. I was able to do this by recalling my memories of sieving Riesel candidates.
Depending upon the speed of your GPU you can change -S.
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Old 2022-07-02, 18:20   #563
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Depending upon the speed of your GPU you can change -S.
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-S Max steps iterated per call to GPU (default 100000)
The clock speed of this GPU (RTX 2080) when working at 100% capacity is around 1900 MHz. I don't know if this is what you're referring to.

If I remove the -W switch, it seems to work a lot harder, and warmer. If the parameters are large enough, it fails to start without a -W value set.
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Old 2022-07-02, 20:13   #564
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The clock speed of this GPU (RTX 2080) when working at 100% capacity is around 1900 MHz. I don't know if this is what you're referring to.

If I remove the -W switch, it seems to work a lot harder, and warmer. If the parameters are large enough, it fails to start without a -W value set.
-W sets cpu threads. -G sets gpu threads.
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Old 2022-07-02, 22:23   #565
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All of my data has had a table since April 2015 and I've posted the link here many times....
Your table has a column marked "Proven" but it is mostly blank beginning with entry 349. What is the story?

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W sets cpu threads. -G sets gpu threads
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I would prefer not to get warned about being off-topic again. I will start my own topic in "Blogorrhea."

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Old 2022-07-02, 22:50   #566
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All of my data has had a table since April 2015 ...
For the historically curious, my 2015 table looked like this. I had at this point checked all Leyland numbers smaller than 43413 digits, as indicated by the indexing going up to #954. The next number in that table turned out to be #955 but the one after that, #957. In January 2016 I found the missing #956, my fourth-ever Leyland prime find (having come across three somewhat larger PRPs in October 2015). By 4 July 2020 I had found 579 PRPs, all using Mathematica which (in case you didn't know) is slow as molasses. Since then (the last two years), I have found another 966.
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Your table has a column marked "Proven" but it is mostly blank beginning with entry 349. What is the story?
The story is that these are entries that are P in factordb. The remaining exception is #715 (indicated by a K) which was proven prime a long time ago but has not (yet) had a Primo certificate submitted to factordb. I have never personally been concerned with the "proven" classification but many people are, so I added the column as a courtesy to them. In fact, quite a few of those P entries weren't there a couple of months ago!
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Congrats to frmky for the proof of 3^78296+78296^3 with 37,357 decimal digits
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For the historically curious, my 2015 table looked like this...
I found your table very interesting and actually bookmarked it in my browser. I did an experiment based on it, but I won't go into it here. My results seemed to indicate 3-PRP does not mean prime. True?
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If you could dump the work that has been done I can host a website for that.
Off-topic: I haven't given up on it completely, yet. Some here say it is possible to sieve it. I haven't found anything that will. I didn't see anything in the mtsieve collection that would either. I looked at the parameters for each program using the -h switch.
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Off-topic: I haven't given up on it completely, yet. Some here say it is possible to sieve it. I haven't found anything that will. I didn't see anything in the mtsieve collection that would either. I looked at the parameters for each program using the -h switch.
What do you mean by "it"? This clearly refers to a post from a few days ago, but there isn't enough context for me to know what you want to sieve.
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Attached is a snip from pxp's current table. There is a gap between the two highlighted areas. Has any of this been tested? I am looking for something to run.
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