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Old 2008-03-20, 06:27   #1
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Cool Sierp base 6 LLRnet server

Hi all,

I am pleased to announce that we have a new LLRnet server at CRUS! It is running Sierpinski base 6 (3rd Drive) work, and is being graciously hosted by IronBits.

To connect to it, use the following server information:

server = "crus.ironbits.net"
port = 6

Please note that you must use the SR5 version of LLRnet with this server since this is not a power of 2 base.

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Added a new feature so that if Prime! is found in results.txt for CRUS, it will show up on the font page :)
None found yet of course. :(

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Added a new feature so that if Prime! is found in results.txt for CRUS, it will show up on the font page :)
None found yet of course. :(
Looks like we might have found something:

Code:
     Here are the primes found so far, if any: 
  --------------------
  if /i "prime!"=="Prime!" 
125803*2^80211-1 is prime!
  --------------------


When today's results file is posted, we'll be able to see who found it.

In the meantime, I'll go and verify it with PFGW...

One thing, though: IronBits, you have it set to display as a base 2 Riesel prime, even though it's really a base 6 Sierpinski. Thus, it should show up as 125803*6^80211+1.

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Old 2008-03-21, 05:24   #3
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Okay, cool.
BTW, I just noticed that the llrnet.ironbits.net page says "server offline". Is something goofed with that page, or is the port 5000 server really offline?
Take a look now, nothing fancy, don't get excited yet.
http://crus.ironbits.net

Added a total Primes found section
and a daily primes found section. :)
Should we move this thread out of NPLB forum yet?

And how come you're not beating down the CRUS server doors?
Did you announce it in a CRUS forum someplace that it's there, or
are you keeping this one a secret?

Looks like I'm the only one working on CRUS port 6 atm, and
only Laurenu2 and I on NPLB Port 5000.

Did everyone go on vacation or what?
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Looks like we might have found something:

Code:
     Here are the primes found so far, if any: 
  --------------------
125803*2^80211-1 is prime!
  --------------------


When today's results file is posted, we'll be able to see who found it.
ME ! :D

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One thing, though: IronBits, you have it set to display as a base 2 Riesel prime, even though it's really a base 6 Sierpinski. Thus, it should show up as 125803*6^80211+1.
Well I fixed the +1 part /bangs head I guess I'll have to parse out that darn * to get that deuce out of there and change it to a 6, but not tonight.
I wonder why it's reporting it as a deuce? and a + as a - ?
Am I not using the correct server software?

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ME ! :D



Well I fixed the +1 part /bangs head I guess I'll have to parse out that * to get that deuce out of there and change it to a 6, but not tonight.
I wonder why it's reporting it as a deuce? and a + as a - ?
Am I not using the correct server software?
It's reporting it as a Riesel base 2 prime because the displayFormat line in llr-serverconfig.txt is set wrong. Oh well, you should probably leave it the way it is, becuase it will be easier simply to do a search/replace on the results files than to have it partially one way and part the other.
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Take a look now, nothing fancy, don't get excited yet.
http://crus.ironbits.net

Added a total Primes found section
and a daily primes found section. :)
Should we move this thread out of NPLB forum yet?

And how come you're not beating down the CRUS server doors?
Did you announce it in a CRUS forum someplace that it's there, or
are you keeping this one a secret?

Looks like I'm the only one working on CRUS port 6 atm, and
only Laurenu2 and I on NPLB Port 5000.

Did everyone go on vacation or what?
Okay, I'll move all these posts related to the CRUS server into the CRUS forum.

As for why it isn't getting much "business"--maybe that will change now that Gary has announced it in the News thread at CRUS. I still have to update the LLRnet thread there though...I'll do it tomorrow, it's 1:30 AM my time right now.
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Take a look now, nothing fancy, don't get excited yet.
http://crus.ironbits.net

Added a total Primes found section
and a daily primes found section. :)
Should we move this thread out of NPLB forum yet?

And how come you're not beating down the CRUS server doors?
Did you announce it in a CRUS forum someplace that it's there, or
are you keeping this one a secret?

Looks like I'm the only one working on CRUS port 6 atm, and
only Laurenu2 and I on NPLB Port 5000.

Did everyone go on vacation or what?
I've had one core on Sierp base 6 almost the entire time the drive has been going. My last range of n=72K-80K is now at n=77.5K. I'll move the core to this server when it is done; probably 5-6 days...long testing times on non-power-of-2 bases.

Unfortunately I only have sieved files up to n=100K on this base. When we get it tested that high and dry the server, we'll probably want to move it over to Sierp base 16. THAT is probably what we'd want to do a rally on.
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I'll get a port 16 llrnetserver ready then, or will I need to use something different to host that?
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I'll get a port 16 llrnetserver ready then, or will I need to use something different to host that?
What do you mean by "something different to host that"?

BTW, we won't need a Sierp. base 16 server for a little while yet--remember, we've still got about 15G of Sierp. base 6 left.
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I am unclear if what we have been using to host NPLB work,
would also work for other projects.
Ok, you know how to reach me if you need me to toss up a port,
just don't forget to send me the knpairs.txt file to go with it. ;)
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I am unclear if what we have been using to host NPLB work,
would also work for other projects.
Ok, you know how to reach me if you need me to toss up a port,
just don't forget to send me the knpairs.txt file to go with it. ;)
Well, a lot of other projects have their own LLRnet servers already. At least most of the ones I can think of off the top of my head do: Riesel Sieve has its own server, PSP and SR5 have their own too (actually the PSP and SR5 ones are on the same physical machine I think), and SoB uses its own proprietary network-PRP setup (sort of like LLRnet, yet different). 321 doesn't have an LLRnet server, though they do have BOINC through PrimeGrid; however, of course, some people prefer LLRnet to BOINC. RPS doesn't have one, but they have been less than enthusiastic about the idea when it's been brought up in the past.

So, there you have it. The only one in the above listing that doesn't have an LLRnet server, and might be interested in one, is 321. I guess it might be worthwhile to post a note on their forum asking if they'd be interested.
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