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Old 2012-11-30, 13:22   #705
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Who said that? The biggest "milestone blocker" is curtisc. That is why we have a topic with curtisc blocked exponents, bla bla. Only the one who does not work at all, does not make mistakes...
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Old 2012-12-05, 00:43   #706
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25,328,801

Never thought it would come to this. It is 77.8% complete. Will ask my parents to leave the computer on continuously for a few days.
http://www.mersenne.org/report_expon...&B1=Get+status
http://www.mersenne.org/report_recent_cleared/
Somebody finished/poached it today.
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Exponent  Status            Data
25328801  No factors below  2^73
          P-1               B1=280000, B2=3500000
          Bad LL            080E9A6D444D3195 by "Jim Jellison"
          Verified LL       DB24F90C97071BE9 by "RonForch"
          Verified LL       DB24F90C97071BE9 by "Signals" on 2012-12-04
          Assigned          Double-checking to "garo" on 2011-03-06

Signals  Manual testing  25328801  C  Dec  4 2012 11:08PM   0.0  25.1881  DB24F90C97071B__

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Old 2012-12-05, 11:27   #707
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Ah Signals. I could count on you!
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Old 2012-12-08, 11:38   #708
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Ah Signals. I could count on you!
Signals strikes again :

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Exponent	Status	                Data
25433557	No factors below	2^73
                P-1	                B1=380000
                Bad LL	                97C79B661D0604B8 by "moimoen@sio.midco.net"
                Verified LL	        323B93A2A6315A77 by "ANONYMOUS" on 2011-11-17
                Verified LL	        323B93A2A6315A77 by "Signals" on 2012-12-07
                Assigned	        Double-checking to "ANONYMOUS" on 2011-12-08

Signals    Manual testing   25433557  C  Dec  7 2012  5:14PM   0.0  25.2923  323B93A2A6315A__
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Old 2012-12-08, 16:11   #709
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Default All exponents below 50,000,000 tested at least once.

It would be nice if we could have countdowns on GIMPS milestones page to:

All exponents below 50,000,000 tested at least once.
and
All exponents below 75,000,000 tested at least once.
and
All exponents below 79,300,000 tested at least once.

since we presently don't have any other "tested at least once" countdown milestones.

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Old 2012-12-08, 17:16   #710
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Signals strikes again :
I wonder if he is related to ... or used to be known as the other person whose ID started with a J and ended in 5???

Same modus operandi.
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Old 2012-12-08, 17:49   #711
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All exponents below 79,300,000 tested at least once.
That number is directly available on the classic report page. currently it is 516,269. Here is a handy graph.
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Old 2012-12-08, 21:01   #712
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Looks like there was a significant loss of throughput around 2000; any idea what caused that? Sudden interest in ten-million-digit candidates?
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Old 2012-12-14, 00:50   #713
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Default Then there were two.

As of today,
All exponents below 25,921,121 have been tested and double-checked.
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 2

I think that by the 25th (or 31st at latest) we will see that number drop to zero. I hope that by next year, the next milestone will fall.
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Old 2012-12-20, 06:11   #714
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M(25964951) has been proven to be the 42nd Mersenne Prime!

All exponents below 26,083,693 have been tested and double-checked.
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 0

Edit: According to "Recent Cleared" report, this milestone was achieved at Dec 20, 2012 3:31 AM (UTC)

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Signals              Manual testing   29584363  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.4200  26058D471BDD53__      
Signals              Manual testing   29377219  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.2140  4E339A0349EE18__ 
Signals              Manual testing   25929083  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM   0.0  25.7850  6B7F650CDCD38C__ 
Signals              Manual testing   29356927  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.1938  018BB3CFB389AF__  
Signals              Manual testing   29362379  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.1993  8D64B1AC4F5D27__ 
Signals              Manual testing   25921121  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM   0.0  25.7771  5724DDE5AA39A8__ 
Signals              Manual testing   29355637  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.1926  5821D540ABAE3C__ 
Signals              Manual testing   29361119  C        Dec 20 2012  3:31AM  33.1  29.1980  499A21785B9BEF__

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Old 2012-12-21, 21:23   #715
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Uncwilly View Post
As of today,
All exponents below 25,921,121 have been tested and double-checked.
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 2

I think that by the 25th (or 31st at latest) we will see that number drop to zero. I hope that by next year, the next milestone will fall.
Between GPUto7x and Signals, there is a more concentrated effort than ever before on clearing milestones and bringing the DC and LL tails closer together. The rate of clearance for the M43 milestone seems to be holding at 700-800 per week, which would predict that the order of M43 should be established in 1H13 (probably 2Q13). With a little more pedal to the metal, M44 could actually squeak in at the very end of '13 as well. Over the last few years, 55K cleared exponents per year has been the norm in the milestone ranges. There are roughly 56K and change waiting for a DC below what we expect to be M44. Then I believe we will have a bit of a wait for M45 probably in the Fall of '15, and M46 and M47 coming on the heels of each other in 1H18. Hopefully by this point, we will have added a few more countdowns to the list by virtue of having found a few more primes, or even (how exciting!) the first prime found by DCing.
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