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Old 2015-07-26, 11:08   #1
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Default Feeding cores all the time ( under linux)

We all know how conjunctures are searched. When first prime in K is found that K is excluded from further llr-ing.
So if you have 20 K for testing and 8 cores : just feed few K on any cores, and check result. If prime is found LLR will automatically skip all candidates of that K and start search next K.
But what if you have 6 K for test and 8 cores?
How to feed them all the time and in meantime if some K is eliminated to all cores skip that K from further LLR-ing.

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