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Old 2020-03-04, 15:59   #34
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Originally Posted by Happy5214 View Post
Since you're only working with one k, you should use sr1sieve instead of sr2sieve. sr1sieve is significantly faster when working with one or two k values (run separately for two k's), while sr2sieve is better for three or more k values. sr1sieve also has the advantage of outputting (in-place) to an LLR-format file, so there's no need to work with srfile.
I have a second k reserved and I have ran just enough to get it into the Wiki database.

I will make the switch in my batch file to sr1sieve. Thank you!
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