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Old 2011-10-24, 06:06   #111
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k=309 tested until n=1.24M
k=319 tested until n=1.27M
You are past your original reservation of n=1M-1.2M. Do you know what range you plan to test?
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Old 2011-10-24, 06:42   #112
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You are past your original reservation of n=1M-1.2M. Do you know what range you plan to test?
I'll finish at n=1.3M for both k's.

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Old 2011-10-24, 20:36   #113
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Can I reserve k=309 for up to 2M?
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Old 2011-10-25, 05:21   #114
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Can I reserve k=309 for up to 2M?
Yes you can. Gamer007 has it reserved up to n=1.3M but you can reserve it for n=1.3M-2M.

Let us know if that sounds good to you and if so, one of the admins will send the file to you.


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Yes you can. Gamer007 has it reserved up to n=1.3M but you can reserve it for n=1.3M-2M.

Let us know if that sounds good to you and if so, one of the admins will send the file to you.

Gary
It sounds good, but what about the file, is that a file with candidates left after sieving? Normally I sieve myself, that should save some sieve time.
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Old 2011-10-25, 05:54   #116
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It sounds good, but what about the file, is that a file with candidates left after sieving? Normally I sieve myself, that should save some sieve time.
Bibi,

We have a highly sieved file from PrimeGrid. You do not need to sieve.

Max or Karsten,

Please send Bibi the latest sieve file for k=309 for n=1.3M-2M.


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Old 2011-10-25, 05:55   #117
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Please send Bibi the latest sieve file for k=309 for n=1.3M-2M.
Just done by PM.
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Old 2011-10-29, 01:42   #118
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For port 3500 n=1.5M-1.7M, only k=315 was errorneously loaded instead of 6 k's. n>1.59M has now been corrected. Later tonight, I will correct n=1.5M-1.59M. Additionally, I have gone ahead and loaded all n<=2M in port 3500.

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Old 2011-10-29, 18:31   #119
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... n>1.59M has now been corrected. Later tonight, I will correct n=1.5M-1.59M...
Not sure what you mean but I came down to find everything running from 1.5m.
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Old 2011-10-29, 19:03   #120
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For port 3500 n=1.5M-1.7M, only k=315 was errorneously loaded instead of 6 k's.
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Not sure what you mean but I came down to find everything running from 1.5m.
The above part of my response means that we only loaded k=315 for n=1.5M-1.7M. We missed loading the other 5 k's. They've now been loaded. We had processed only k=315 up to n~1.59M before the problem was found. That is why port 3500 "stepped back" to n=1.5M. If you check the results on your clients, you'll see only k=315 for several days. That is why all of a sudden, we appeared to be blowing through the n-ranges so fast. It was unrealistic. Don't worry, there is no duplication of work. I was careful not to include any k=315 pairs in the range where they had already been processed.

For clarification, all candidates n<=1.59M including k=315 and all of the others are with the "old" sieve file that was sieved to P=1405T (1.4P). All candidates n>1.59M are with the new sieve file sieved to P=100000T (100P). So you won't see an increase in processing rate until we get all k's up to n=1.59M. See the news thread for the n-range cutoff where the new file starts on all servers.


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Old 2011-10-29, 21:06   #121
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I'm glad I don't get to sort this stuff out!

Thought they must be all super-low-weights ... I just run the software.
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