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Old 2008-11-08, 17:29   #166
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I'll do it. (Unless this is now not the most efficient way, it light of Karsten's scripts? Perhaps it's now more efficient if I started with n even lower, using the scripts?)

Is it time to rename and unsticky this thread?
I don't mind some sieving if you start it off and pass it to me.
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Old 2008-11-09, 09:50   #167
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I'll do it. (Unless this is now not the most efficient way, it light of Karsten's scripts? Perhaps it's now more efficient if I started with n even lower, using the scripts?)

Is it time to rename and unsticky this thread?

KEP has done all the sieving for Sierp base 3 k=50M-100M for n=25K to 100K. I know he's fully sieved for n=25K-50K and need to check if he was high enough for n=50K-100K. Regardless, in the next 2-3 days, I will start "Mini drive Ib - Sierp base 3" and post files up to either 35K or 40K depending on demand. After that all drives will be Roman numeraled like Mini drive II, Mini drive III, etc. for k=100M-200M, 200M-300M, etc. We'll run both Riesel and Sierp that way k=100M at a time unless something drastic changes as a result of Karsten's scripts.

KEP is also still in the process of sieving Sierp base 3 for k=100M-200M. With Micha sieving somewhat further on Riesel base 3 for k<100M for n=60K-100K, I think we're good on sieving for a while. But if you wanted to do some sieving for a while, you could work on Riesel base 3 for k=100M-200M.

Micha, were you about finished sieving Riesel base 3 for k<100M for n=60K-100K? Whenver you send me an updated file, I'll post some files in the Riesel effort for n>60K.

After a couple of responses to this post, I'll unsticky this thread and rename it to "Mini drive Ia - Sierp base 3".


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Old 2008-11-09, 13:19   #168
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... I think we're good on sieving for a while...
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Okay, I'll give the R. base 27 file a good sieve instead, it's looking well behind.
(I'm also Phroting it, currently @ 104,774.)
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I'll do it. (Unless this is now not the most efficient way, it light of Karsten's scripts? Perhaps it's now more efficient if I started with n even lower, using the scripts?)

Is it time to rename and unsticky this thread?

Oops. I realized you made a statement here that was unrelated to the next question that you asked about sieving.

Yes, when KEP is done sieving Riesel base 3 for k=100M-200M, I'll send you n=25K-40K to test for that range. Then we'll start "Mini-drive II - Riesel base 3" for n=40K-100K. That will save my sanity greatly!


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Oops. I realized you made a statement here that was unrelated to the next question that you asked about sieving.

Yes, when KEP is done sieving Riesel base 3 for k=100M-200M, I'll send you n=25K-40K to test for that range. Then we'll start "Mini-drive II - Riesel base 3" for n=40K-100K. That will save my sanity greatly!


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A little correction:

I'm currently sieving Sierp base 3 for k>100M to k<=200M. Sieving is pending resumption, due to lack of availeable cores. However ranges remaining will be completed in 6-9 days. And sieving will most likely resume in 2-3 days and then run uninterrupted up to p=150G!

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A little correction:

I'm currently sieving Sierp base 3 for k>100M to k<=200M. Sieving is pending resumption, due to lack of availeable cores. However ranges remaining will be completed in 6-9 days. And sieving will most likely resume in 2-3 days and then run uninterrupted up to p=150G!

Regards

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I can't keep the bases straight! I guess I should just look at my own web pages! lol Since KEP is sieving Sierp base 3 instead of Riesel base 3 for k=100M-200M, we will only start "Mini drive Ib - Sierp base 3" for k=50M-100M sometime on Tues.

Because it is only a k=50M range, it will be easier to administer the entire range of n=25K-100K so there will be no need to any "pre"-testing up to n=40K.

It's only the k=100M range drives that we will run for k>100M on both Riesel and Sierp that we'll need the pre-testing done to make them easier to administer.


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