20221122, 22:27  #23  
"Gary"
May 2007
Overland Park, KS
11790_{10} Posts 
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Future clarification for me and anyone else: The 250500k 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 doublechecking a good portion of the 2k bases from this year. I need to think about the best way to do that. 

20221223, 20:08  #24 
"Nuri, the dragon :P"
Jul 2016
Good old Germany
2·443 Posts 
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? Last fiddled with by MisterBitcoin on 20221223 at 20:12 
20221223, 22:36  #25  
"Gary"
May 2007
Overland Park, KS
2·3^{2}·5·131 Posts 
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20221226, 16:12  #26  
"Nuri, the dragon :P"
Jul 2016
Good old Germany
1566_{8} Posts 
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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 nranges I think. 

20221226, 20:37  #27  
"Nuri, the dragon :P"
Jul 2016
Good old Germany
2·443 Posts 
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20221220 01:06:48: Sieve started: 3 < p < 5e7 with 22403873 terms (2500 < n < 5000, k*71^n+c) (expecting 21015458 factors) 20221220 01:51:57: Sieve interrupted at p=32456407. Primes tested 2000152. Found 21045607 factors. 1358266 terms remaining. Time 2708.77 seconds 20221226 21:13:02: Sieve started: 3 < p < 32456407 with 22403873 terms (2500 < n < 5000, k*71^n1) (expecting 20980769 factors) 20221226 21:30:14: Sieve completed at p=32456441. Primes tested 1999996. Found 21045607 factors. 1358266 terms remaining. Time 1030.92 seconds 

20221230, 01:36  #28  
"Florian"
Oct 2021
Germany
262_{8} Posts 
I looked around a bit in the SRBase forum and found this thread:
https://srbase.myfirewall.org/sr5/f...ad.php?id=1368 and this part of a reply: Quote:
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? Last fiddled with by Luminescence on 20221230 at 01:37 

20221230, 08:09  #29  
Sep 2011
Germany
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