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Old 2013-07-09, 19:17   #34
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Finally all received manual ranges imported.
Next task give the DC server something to do again.
Excellent! Could you also update the primegrid reservations when you get a chance. Also I am interested in doing some sieving work on the side, could you build a .dat file for me.Thanks.
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Old 2013-07-09, 20:04   #35
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I have already requested the latest results from Primegrid.

The latest valid sieve file was this one:

http://www.psp-project.de/test/sievecomb.zip

That was the combined sieve with SOB.
To make a PSP only file remove the SOB blocks and change the number in the first line.

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Old 2013-07-09, 20:09   #36
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Is it possible to create a .dat (PSP only) with only the untested values (once you update the Database with results from primegrid) (if this is too much work, I would not spend too much time on it for now.)

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Old 2013-07-09, 20:20   #37
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Is it possible to create a .dat (PSP only) with only the untested values (if this is too much work, I would not spend too much time on it for now.)
Hi Citrix,

The speedup from doing this is very, very small. I did a few tests on it back when we were still sieving. And it's a very good thing to do the combined PSP/SoB sieving as our project isn't done if their's isn't. It also makes chances of finding factors better, although at the sieve limit we're at they're quite slim either way. :)

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Old 2013-07-09, 20:29   #38
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Hi Citrix,

The speedup from doing this is very, very small. I did a few tests on it back when we were still sieving. And it's a very good thing to do the combined PSP/SoB sieving as our project isn't done if their's isn't. It also makes chances of finding factors better, although at the sieve limit we're at they're quite slim either way. :)

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I agree with you. I am not doing any large scale sieve etc.
Just need the candidates to test something.
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Old 2013-07-11, 16:59   #39
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Are all ranges under 14M done? What is remaining... we should finish it as high priority!
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Old 2013-07-11, 17:13   #40
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Are all ranges under 14M done? What is remaining... we should finish it as high priority!
Assuming you mean first pass tests, PrimeGrid has n=14489501 as lowest untested value. Other than the PG tests we only have the ones in the "pick a range" thread left under 15M.

Edit: And a few tests in progress on the prpnet server. They are all tests that had timed out:
prpnetnew13000000.txt = 2
prpnetnew13300000.txt = 13
prpnetnew13350000.txt = 19
prpnetnew13400000.txt = 7

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Old 2013-07-13, 04:13   #41
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Kai, Have you tested running ppsieve GPU version on the dat file?

From what I understand the runtime will be proportional to the nmax-nmin range size. So we can just sieve a small n range (eg. the PRP tests that we are currently doing) and save some PRP tests. I think this will be faster than doing PRP tests.

I don't have a GPU myself to do any testing.
Do you have one?
https://sites.google.com/site/kenscode/prime-programs

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I don't have a GPU myself to do any testing.
Do you have one?
https://sites.google.com/site/kenscode/prime-programs
Ungelovende on my team an I did some tests now, and ppsieve is not performing well on this. This is from the ATI version:
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p=83000000021757953, 362.6K p/sec, 0.06 CPU cores, 0.0% done.
p=83000000042467329, 345.2K p/sec, 0.05 CPU cores, 0.0% done.
This is from sr2sieve:
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p=830001203503861, 10076587 p/sec, 0 factors, 0.0% done
So sr2sieve is running in circles around ppsieve. We only tested on one k as ppsieve is meant for ranges of k's, not separate k's.

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Ungelovende on my team an I did some tests now, and ppsieve is not performing well on this. This is from the ATI version:
Code:
p=83000000021757953, 362.6K p/sec, 0.06 CPU cores, 0.0% done.
p=83000000042467329, 345.2K p/sec, 0.05 CPU cores, 0.0% done.
This is from sr2sieve:
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p=830001203503861, 10076587 p/sec, 0 factors, 0.0% done
So sr2sieve is running in circles around ppsieve. We only tested on one k as ppsieve is meant for ranges of k's, not separate k's.

-Kai
It will definitely be slower for the whole 50M. How about the speeds for 100K-1M n.
What is the 0.06 CPU mean?
I think it might be slower for PSP as ppsieve does not take into account the low weight of PSP numbers compared to srsieve. This is something we can fix.

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It will definitely be slower for the whole 50M. How about the speeds for 100K-1M n.
I didn't test that, as we are at n=15M+ now.

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What is the 0.06 CPU mean?
I believe it is how much CPU that is used to feed the GPU.
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