20060304, 14:58  #386 
Nov 2003
3622_{10} Posts 
k=277
I'd like to reserve k=277. I'll sieve from n=100k to fill the gaps on Keller's list.
There are only two k<300 without 10,000+ digit primes and one of them is k=277. The largest known prime is 277*2^173571 (5228 digits). The other one is k=253, n_max=27623, checked by Joss to 1166k. 
20060304, 19:07  #387 
I quite division it
"Chris"
Feb 2005
England
31·67 Posts 
125*2^4180341 is prime.
I hope. 
20060304, 19:59  #388  
I quite division it
"Chris"
Feb 2005
England
31×67 Posts 
Quote:
Also reserving k=135 from 210,000 please. 

20060304, 22:04  #389 
Jun 2004
2·53 Posts 
finally!
Finally, a new prime for me!
199*2^2630511 is prime! 
20060305, 10:38  #390 
Jun 2004
1101010_{2} Posts 
And suddenly , out of nowhere:
93*2^3622681 is prime! 109056 digits! 
20060305, 14:31  #391 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
101010001_{2} Posts 
nice one

20060305, 18:48  #392 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
Templus, congrats on your first prime with more than 100,000 digits
The status page has been updated with new primes, and new reservations. I also cancelled reservations by Joss and Jeffrey since I heard nothing from them in more than a year (they are listed at the bottom of the page). I also cancelled all reservations by "Prime Search" project in the k=250300 range since according to their home page nobody is working on them beyond 260k (with exception of k=253 which they have reserved to 420k, but Joss already checked it to 1166k). 
20060305, 18:54  #393 
Nov 2003
2×1,811 Posts 
To Keller and Chaos:
You reserved several k's as follows: Keller: 99, 237, 241 Chaos: 81, 127 but I haven't heard from you in a long while. Are you still working on these numbers? Please note that if you don't respond by March 31 (2006) I'll cancel your reservations. Thanks. 
20060305, 19:07  #394 
Nov 2003
2·1,811 Posts 
Keller promptly replied to my PM and informed me that he would like to release all his reserved k's. Therefore k=99, 237 and 241 are now available for tests. I'll mark them free in the next update of the status page.

20060306, 00:18  #395 
Sep 2005
Raleigh, North Carolina
337 Posts 
k=139
k=139 tested to 400k complete with 2 primes already reported. Will continue this k when I complete retest.

20060306, 17:09  #396 
Nov 2004
California
2^{3}·3·71 Posts 
Just a status update
k=69 tested up to 640k k=195 tested up to 400k k=223 tested up to 770k k=231 tested up to 790k I'm still running these 4. 
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