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Old 2008-09-05, 03:48   #1
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M100000039: no factor from 62 to 72 bits. Done with Mfactor on Athlon64 3000+.
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UID: Andi47/C7083454E, M100000039 completed P-1, B1=1095000, B2=29838750, Wc1: 1AD51961

no factor found.
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As I wrote in Post #346:

I will not do the LL, so the exponent is up for grabs.
Does anyone have any more recent information on this exponent?
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Old 2008-09-05, 13:35   #2
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http://v5www.mersenne.org/report_exp...&B1=Get+status
PrimeNet doesn't have any info about an LL test on it, but then it doesn't even have is as being factored to 72 or p-1 tested yet, so don't assume too much from that.
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Old 2008-09-05, 15:08   #3
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I'd like to LL test the exponent myself so I can break the record for the largest LL test ever carried out. How do I reserve this exponent with respect to Primenet? StarQwest was able to get his test of M100,000,007 recognized by Primenet.

P.S. I've started already; 220,000 iterations done.

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Old 2008-09-08, 15:10   #4
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The question in my previous post has been answered.

With the intention of getting a residue every 1 million iterations, I set "iterations between results file outputs" to 1000000. Now that the 1 million iteration mark has come and gone, how do I find the residue?

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Old 2008-09-08, 16:01   #5
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What you set is the fact that Prime95 will write a line in your results files, not that it will save intermediate files. For that you need to digg into undoc.txt and find the lines :
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You can have the program generate save files every n iterations. The files will have a .XXX extension where XXX equals the current iteration divided by n. In prime.ini enter:
InterimFiles=n
You can have the program output residues every n iterations. The default value is the InterimFiles value. In prime.ini enter:
InterimResidues=n
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I'd like to LL test the exponent myself so I can break the record for the largest LL test ever carried out.
According to this: http://v5www.mersenne.org/report_exp...&B1=Get+status

There is 17 LL test underway on 332M (100M digit) exponents. 15 by ANONYMOUS and 2 by simcon.
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Old 2008-09-08, 16:54   #7
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Indeed there are 332M tests underway. But I (and Jin Du obviously) expect to finish the 100 000 037 exponent well before the big ones.

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Old 2008-09-08, 17:00   #8
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So what is the largest exponent that is reserved? And can I be confident that the M100,000,007 record hasn't already been broken?

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What you set is the fact that Prime95 will write a line in your results files, not that it will save intermediate files.
Indeed. All I got was a rather uninformative: "Iteration 1000000/100000039". Not even a 16 hexadecimal residue.

Anyway, I'm running the test on one core of a 2006 desktop with a Core 2 Duo E6700; the other core is being used for "normal-sized" LL tests.

I'm finishing about 1 million iterations every 4 days. At this rate, the test will finish in Oct. 2009. That may be a little optimistic though because I will not have direct access to the computer for most of the time. But I still think I have a good shot at finishing in 2009.

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But I (and Jin Du obviously) expect to finish the 100 000 037 exponent well before the big ones.
The way you phrased that sentence... You're planning to test M100,000,039 as well? I'll assume 100 000 037 was a typo; for the record that exponent has already been factored, as was mentioned in the MasterPrime 2006 thread.

1.04% done as of now.

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The way you phrased that sentence... You're planning to test M100,000,039 as well? I'll assume 100 000 037 was a typo; for the record that exponent has already been factored, as was mentioned in the MasterPrime 2006 thread.
You are right : I meant to say that I expected you to finish the test before the people going for 332M will finish theirs and that I though you expected the same. I tried to contract the two propositions and contracted them to much. As for the exponent it is not even a typo just bad memory and no interest in the actual nimber I could (and should) have written 100M instead.

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Indeed. All I got was a rather uninformative: "Iteration 1000000/100000039". Not even a 16 hexadecimal residue.
If you have InterimResidues=1000000 in prime.txt you should get output like this:

M46019801 interim Wd1 residue A93B9072E8348331 at iteration 1000000
M46019801 interim Wd1 residue C04F8586F1A7D82C at iteration 1000001
M46019801 interim Wd1 residue 27E8898518996CB6 at iteration 1000002
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P.S. Just a thought. You've got to have those lines in the top section of the file... NOT after the tags in square brackets.
And if you edit it but not stop/restart the program - the program couldn't care less.
Also, on the same thought. Don't edit control files with the prime95 still running - it may overwrite some or any of your changes, when you stop it.

The safest course of action: stop (or even exit) the Prime95. Add the line(s) to the prime.txt.
Code:
...
DaysOfWork=60
UnreserveDays=365
OutputIterations=10
ResultsFileIterations=1000000
InterimFiles=1000000
InterimResidues=1000000
DiskWriteTime=30
NetworkRetryTime=5
NetworkRetryTime2=10
DaysBetweenCheckins=1
...
Start Prime95. (Note a couple of other useful lines. And set OutputIterations=10 or even 1 if you want. Or a 100.)

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