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Old 2022-11-22, 22:27   #23
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R88 250-500k testing range complete, no primes found, 300-350k double check range matching all residues with the first run

If you have another important base to double check where a prime is expected but doesn't find anything let me know.
Great. Sounds good. Assumed to be no problems with R88. Thank you for the effort involved!

Future clarification for me and anyone else: The 250-500k testing range only included tests that were sieved out between P=100e12 and 500e12.

A big thanks to Luminescence for doing the sieve to 100e12 and providing factors!

We will be double-checking a good portion of the 2k bases from this year. I need to think about the best way to do that.
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Old 2022-12-23, 20:08   #24
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I lately used srsieve2 a lot, even versions prior v1.5. Now updated to the latest version.
Does anyone know which version yoyo is using for yoyo@home; I asked him just in case.

Edit: Quick reply: He still uses sr1sieve and sr2sieve. So we should be fine with the deeper sieved files; now it would depend on which software the sieve file was started I guess?

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Old 2022-12-23, 22:36   #25
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I lately used srsieve2 a lot, even versions prior v1.5. Now updated to the latest version.
Does anyone know which version yoyo is using for yoyo@home; I asked him just in case.

Edit: Quick reply: He still uses sr1sieve and sr2sieve. So we should be fine with the deeper sieved files; now it would depend on which software the sieve file was started I guess?
Thanks for the info! That's good to know. I am having them re-sieve a few of the files that looked a little strange on the tests remaining for the sieve depth shown. I estimate they will be done in the next couple of weeks. At that point, we will begin a double-check for the lower half of the n-range done on most of the 2k bases. It is mostly the 2k bases where we should have had primes. Not having primes on the 1k bases was not so unusual. If we end up finding missing primes on the 2kers, we will likely have to expand the double-check.
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Old 2022-12-26, 16:12   #26
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I hope this does not affect this old bug from srsieve2:
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2.2.2 - October 22, 2021

   srsieve2, srsieve2cl:  version 1.5.3
      Modified to not remove terms that are prime as that defeats the purpose of
      Sierpinski/Riesel searches.
Hmmm. I just realised that I used srsieve2 1.3.1 for my R71 reservation. Up to n=5K I found a bit over 2.2K primes; sounds about fine by me.
Just for fun I will now run a sieve with 1.6.8 and compare both sieve files. If there was a bug, we should notice it in those lower n-ranges I think.
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Hmmm. I just realised that I used srsieve2 1.3.1 for my R71 reservation. Up to n=5K I found a bit over 2.2K primes; sounds about fine by me.
Just for fun I will now run a sieve with 1.6.8 and compare both sieve files. If there was a bug, we should notice it in those lower n-ranges I think.
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2022-12-20 01:06:48: Sieve started: 3 < p < 5e7 with 22403873 terms (2500 < n < 5000, k*71^n+c) (expecting 21015458 factors)
2022-12-20 01:51:57: Sieve interrupted at p=32456407.  Primes tested 2000152.  Found 21045607 factors.  1358266 terms remaining.  Time 2708.77 seconds

2022-12-26 21:13:02: Sieve started: 3 < p < 32456407 with 22403873 terms (2500 < n < 5000, k*71^n-1) (expecting 20980769 factors)
2022-12-26 21:30:14: Sieve completed at p=32456441.  Primes tested 1999996.  Found 21045607 factors.  1358266 terms remaining.  Time 1030.92 seconds
Everything looks about fine for me
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I looked around a bit in the SRBase forum and found this thread:

https://srbase.my-firewall.org/sr5/f...ad.php?id=1368

and this part of a reply:

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Using zero-padded FMA3 FFT length 560K, Pass1=448, Pass2=1280, 5 threads, a = 3
As mentioned by George, two functions introduced with Gwnum 30.4 have problems with zero-padded FFTs.

I thought this kind of FFT is used if |c| != 1 but the post on the SRBase forum shows that this is not necessarily the case.

Any opinions on this?

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I looked around a bit in the SRBase forum and found this thread:

https://srbase.my-firewall.org/sr5/f...ad.php?id=1368

and this part of a reply:



As mentioned by George, two functions introduced with Gwnum 30.4 have problems with zero-padded FFTs.

I thought this kind of FFT is used if |c| != 1 but the post on the SRBase forum shows that this is not necessarily the case.

Any opinions on this?
This was and old thread where we have used llr, in the meantime all llr2 apps were updated to the latest version with gwnum 3.10.
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