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Old 2008-09-10, 21:02   #12
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Port 443 is reserving n=620K-625K and 630K-635K.

Port 7000 is reserving n=618K-620K, 625K-630K, and 635K-638K.

I will reserve n=638K-646K for manual reservations on a quad. ETA is ~8 days. Any primes that come after noon CDT on Thursday will be reported a week from Friday.

Rolling...


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Old 2008-09-11, 01:35   #13
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David,

We urgently need you to load up port 7000 with the k/n pairs that I sent in an Email a few hours ago. At the current rate, we'll dry in 2 hours. Sorry about that...the speed that we are processing this has caught me off guard.

I'm going to pull my 2 quads off of it for now and see if they'll run C443. If not, I'll busy them with port 400 until I see that port 7000 has been reloaded.


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Old 2008-09-11, 02:26   #14
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The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

NOT!!! Here I am, to save the day... (Mighty Mouse)

Bring it, don't sing it

Good thing I was here today...

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Old 2008-09-11, 02:54   #15
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Quote:
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The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

NOT!!! Here I am, to save the day... (Mighty Mouse)

Bring it, don't sing it

Good thing I was here today...

LMAO. Thank GISH!!

The savior has arrived and the world won't come to an end after all.

Strange thing is that I intentionally only sent smaller files to begin with to get an idea of demand. Little did I know...

We'll get you reloaded each time any time it shows a hint of dropping below 2000 k/n pairs; hopefully with more than a day's notice next time. lol

Thanks again!


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Old 2008-09-16, 06:56   #16
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610-618 complete, 2 primes
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Old 2008-09-17, 13:20   #17
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The results for 600-605 and 605-610 have been processed and the ranges are complete. No primes.
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Old 2008-09-18, 12:19   #18
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I'd like to reserve a big chunk here, 646K-666K, I should be able to do it in two weeks.
Gary,please split it into four chunks of 5K, as I'm testing on all cores of a Q6600.

If you want to mail the files,my mailaddress is hugoplatzer (at) aon (dot) at.

Thanks,
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I'd like to reserve a big chunk here, 646K-666K, I should be able to do it in two weeks.
Gary,please split it into four chunks of 5K, as I'm testing on all cores of a Q6600.

If you want to mail the files,my mailaddress is hugoplatzer (at) aon (dot) at.

Thanks,
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Files have been sent to your Email. Good luck!
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Old 2008-09-18, 14:18   #20
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Gary,
The files you sent me contain bigger exponents than expected, my average test time is 720 sec, so it would take me about 3 weeks to complete instead of 2. I hope it doesn't matter to you.

But my primes would also probably enter top-500

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Gary,
The files you sent me contain bigger exponents than expected, my average test time is 720 sec, so it would take me about 3 weeks to complete instead of 2. I hope it doesn't matter to you.

But my primes would also probably enter top-500

--nuggetprime

See your PM for a little more specifics.

Not a problem...I just sent you slightly smaller files. They should still take about the same amount of time, perhaps 1-2 days longer. Regardless, taking ~3 weeks is fine.

Good luck and welcome back to NPLB!


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Old 2008-09-19, 14:14   #22
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Gary, to give you an idea how fast I'm going, I've now tested 500 of 10000 candidates. That would almostly make 3 weeks of testing time. No prime yet.

Thanks,
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