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Old 2004-12-01, 20:01   #67
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I will join but I need to know If there is a stats page.

Thanks,

Carlos
Actually there is not even a web page

But we can work it out...

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Old 2004-12-01, 20:12   #68
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Actually there is not even a web page

But we can work it out...

Luigi
A stats page would attract more people. I think I am going to reserve a range.

Carlos
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Old 2004-12-01, 20:16   #69
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No statistics here at 321

There is a LLR status page and the reservations page Also there is our "bio page" at UTM.

Welcome and may you have beginners luck!
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Old 2004-12-01, 20:27   #70
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No statistics here at 321

There is a LLR status page and the reservations page Also there is our "bio page" at UTM.

Welcome and may you have beginners luck!
Thanks. First I am going to crunch a 321 range. Next I will finish my sieve range at PSP then back here with all my processing power.
I want to change a little bit.

Cheers,

Carlos
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Old 2004-12-05, 17:55   #71
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Hi Paul,

You can had this n as completed

[Sat Dec 04 22:56:12 2004]
3*2^8388607-1 is not prime. Res64: B93DC760D32B61C8 Time : 21727.275 sec.
Using Irrational Base DWT : Mersenne fftlen = 458752, Used fftlen = 524288
V1 = 4 ; Computing U0...done.

I'm working on n=8388607 sieved to 7T

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Old 2004-12-06, 20:45   #72
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21727.275 sec. is a little over six hours. Not bad for a 2 1/2 million digit number.

Numbers in the current 321 window take about an hour on a P4 -- numbers here have about 450,000 digits and have been sieved to 70 trillion.

I don't think you have much chance of finding a prime by yourself. You would be better off joining us again and testing some 321 numbers.

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Old 2004-12-07, 03:55   #73
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21727.275 sec. is a little over six hours. Not bad for a 2 1/2 million digit number.
Actually it took 2 1/2 days that's just the last 6 hours from a restart.

ok I'll give shut at it again

Joss

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Old 2005-01-12, 22:52   #74
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Come on in and join us -- we need more help

We are are fast approaching 1/2 million digit tests

From my calculations we are due to discover a new prime.

Remember, with the new LLR3.5, Athlon users can compete with P4s. :

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Old 2005-02-03, 08:50   #75
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we have reached 1/2 million decimal digits

Thanks to all who have contributed over the past couple of years to get us to this level.

Again I say join us.

Our three main pages are:

reservations

status

statistcs

Now lets find the next 321 prime
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Old 2005-05-27, 16:59   #76
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We are about go to a new FFT size. This means the 321 numbers are going take more time to crunch.

32-bit Athlons user still have a few files left at the smaller size

It it won't be long and we will have reached 2 million bit numbers

We are overdue in finding our next prime. We must be close. Join us now and have a good chance of finding a very big prime
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Old 2005-07-25, 22:39   #77
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We have nearly cleared testing below n=2 million -- About a 10 days crunching on one of my machines should clear these.

The holiday season is here and a few of us are giving our search a rest -- but not me.

As always we need help running LLR on our files. Join in for the long run. We have sieved to 145 trillion and prime found now will be a top 20 one. Or just do one file on your computer if it has spare cycles for a week.
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