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2011-02-18, 08:38   #111
gd_barnes

May 2007
Kansas; USA

237008 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by rogue Group 14 is done. 7538 primes.
Please check your k's remaining list for group 14. There are 7538 primes and 7538 k's remaining.

Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2011-02-18 at 08:49

2011-02-18, 13:30   #112
rogue

"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the

16DB16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by gd_barnes Please check your k's remaining list for group 14. There are 7538 primes and 7538 k's remaining.
If I screwed that up, don't worry about it. I'm tracking all submitted primes and will provide a consolidated file of primes and remaining k (ensuring no duplicates and no missing k) when completed, which could be as soon as Monday this coming week. Some of the submitted files have multiple primes for some k, so I've had to fix those locally.

2011-02-19, 07:05   #113
gd_barnes

May 2007
Kansas; USA

26×3×53 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by rogue If I screwed that up, don't worry about it. I'm tracking all submitted primes and will provide a consolidated file of primes and remaining k (ensuring no duplicates and no missing k) when completed, which could be as soon as Monday this coming week. Some of the submitted files have multiple primes for some k, so I've had to fix those locally.
"If" the list is wrong?? Like I said, you have the same number of primes as k's remaining?! There could be no "if" about it.

If you want to wait until the end, I suppose that is fine. I was just hoping to do them in smaller pieces. At this point, it's not easy for me to piece-meal out exactly which k's are remaining for each group (if the list is not posted or is incorrect) since the group links in the 1st post were dead long ago so I removed them. That means I no longer have the easy lists of 10,000 k's to start from for each group. I can go back and determine each group's k's from the original 237,036 k's remaining at n=1K but that would take a little while.

Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2011-02-19 at 08:03

2011-02-19, 07:26   #114
Puzzle-Peter

Jun 2009

3·223 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by rogue I have a hacked (cough) version of srfile which can take a file argument with -d. This allows one to use the following command: srfile -w sr_63.pfgw -d pfgw.log to remove all k with found primes with one call to srfile. Since sr_63.pfgw can be very large (depending upon the number of k you have in it), this saves a lot of I/O (and time) if you alternate between PRP testing and sieving. If interested, PM me and I can send you the code changes or a Windows exe. I'll send my changes to Geoff. Hopefully he will incorporate them in his next release.
I don't think this feature has been incorporated, has it? Neither readme nor -h say anything about it. I am interested in this .exe, because I had to do this using a batch file that wrote the remaining candidates after each sequence removed which wasted a lot of time on R301. For future high conjectured bases this will be very useful.

Thanks
Peter

 2011-02-19, 12:46 #115 Mathew     Nov 2009 35010 Posts Puzzle-Peter, Your srfile needs to be upgraded. If you go to Geoff's page Download srsieve-0.6.17 latest binaries, it will contain srfile and has the implementation for -d. This version will also show this option when using the -h command.
2011-02-19, 16:31   #116
rogue

"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the

5,851 Posts

Group 21 done. 7573 primes.
Attached Files
 group21.zip (51.3 KB, 68 views)

2011-02-19, 21:58   #117
Puzzle-Peter

Jun 2009

29D16 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mathew Steine Puzzle-Peter, Your srfile needs to be upgraded. If you go to Geoff's page Download srsieve-0.6.17 latest binaries, it will contain srfile and has the implementation for -d. This version will also show this option when using the -h command.
It only says it can remove a single sequence. What rogue mentioned was reading sequences from a file and remove them all. I don't see this when using -h. Am I mistaken? These files (v0.6.17) seem to date from 2009 whereas rogue's post is more recent.

2011-02-19, 23:22   #118
rogue

"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the

5,851 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Puzzle-Peter It only says it can remove a single sequence. What rogue mentioned was reading sequences from a file and remove them all. I don't see this when using -h. Am I mistaken? These files (v0.6.17) seem to date from 2009 whereas rogue's post is more recent.
You need to use srfile, which is included in the d/l for srsieve.

 2011-02-19, 23:40 #119 Mini-Geek Account Deleted     "Tim Sorbera" Aug 2006 San Antonio, TX USA 17·251 Posts srfile 0.6.17's -h is: Code: srfile 0.6.17 -- A file utility for srsieve. Usage: srfile [OPTION ...] -o --output FILE Write sieve to FILE instead of srsieve.out. -k --known-factors FILE Remove factors in FILE from the sieve. -d --delete SEQ Delete sequence SEQ from the sieve e.g. -d "254*5^n-1" -g --newpgen Write sieve to NewPGen format files t*_b*_k*.npg. -G --prp Write sieve to PRP (sorted by n) files t*_b*.prp. -w --pfgw Write sieve to pfgw (sorted by n) file sr_b.pfgw. -a --abcd Write sieve to abcd format file sr_b.abcd. -Q --subseqs X Print base b^Q subsequence stats for all Q dividing X. -c --congruence X Print congruence (mod X) information for sequences. -p --pfactor X Print Prime95 worktodo.ini entries for P-1 factoring. X is number of PRP tests saved by finding a factor. -v --verbose Be verbose. -q --quiet Be quiet. -h --help Print this help. INFILE ... Read sieve from INFILE. No mention of files, but the feature is there! Code: C:\...>srfile -d seq.txt srsieve.out srfile 0.6.17 -- A file utility for srsieve. Read 4071903 terms for 4999 sequences from srsieve format file srsieve.out'. Sequence 2^n+1 was not found Deleted 1025 terms for sequence 2^n+3. Deleted 724 terms for sequence 2^n+9999. Removed 2 sequences with from seq.txt'. Wrote 4070154 terms for 4997 sequences to srsieve format file srsieve.out'. (where seq.txt contains lines like "2^n+1") And it supports files of primes: Code: C:\...>srfile -d pfgw.log srsieve.out srfile 0.6.17 -- A file utility for srsieve. Read 4070154 terms for 4997 sequences from srsieve format file srsieve.out'. Deleted 811 terms for sequence 2^n+7867. Deleted 776 terms for sequence 2^n+4795. Deleted 1071 terms for sequence 2^n+897. Deleted 474 terms for sequence 2^n+3767. Deleted 849 terms for sequence 2^n+7167. Removed 5 sequences with from pfgw.log'. Wrote 4066173 terms for 4992 sequences to srsieve format file srsieve.out'. (where pfgw.log contains lines like "1*2^18542+7867") It was added in a (relatively) recent version, so if you're having trouble besides the lack of mention in help files, update to 0.6.17, which is included with srsieve. Last fiddled with by Mini-Geek on 2011-02-19 at 23:41
2011-02-20, 05:27   #120
Puzzle-Peter

Jun 2009

12358 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mini-Geek No mention of files, but the feature is there!
Aaahhhh, so that's what confused me. Thank you folks!

2011-02-22, 14:41   #121
rogue

"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the

5,851 Posts

Group 17 done as is this sub-project. 7673 primes.

I will place a zipped file with all primes and remaining k into the base 33-100 thread.
Attached Files
 group17.zip (51.0 KB, 62 views)

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