Status from CRUSwork.
This blog is about my status on some bases for CRUS.
The following bases and reservations will be updated S212 k64 S428 S797 S917 BTW: S522 is @>9200. 
[QUOTE=MisterBitcoin;450878]This blog is about my status on some bases for CRUS.
The following bases and reservations will be updated S212 k64 S428 S797 S917 BTW: S522 is @>9200.[/QUOTE] This should be posted in the CRUS forum. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;450894]This should be posted in the CRUS forum.[/QUOTE]
I would post every 2 days here with tiny upgrades, e.g. S917: 15/2403 tests done Updates on the reservation thread(s) will be every 12 months. 
Server list:
Strato #1 (Linux): Sieving only Strato #2 (Windows): PRPtests VMCluster/ESX (Linux/about 1TFLOPs): Sieving only Plus Notebook and "Tower". 
February 2017 report
My monthly goals for February aren´t reached, but there very close.
After some problems with newpgen and srbsieve on my Windows Server (e.g. DEP) its now finely working! I´m planning to start 2 more srbsievethreads after my S428 reservation is over. Taking a S3 Range need a lot of time, after 24 hrs I´m at 9,5% from step 2. One Range will be take ~2 months. The best think is still the megaprime. :) 
March 2017 was an good month.
2 new sierp bases tested to n=10K. :smile: Even the begining from april seem good: S3Range passed n=17K, 19,000 k´s remain My new reservation S393 runs fine, just a few minutes ago the fist prime. :whee: EDIT: Only 20 hrs later I found two new primes! [CODE] 30018*393^35451+1 is prime! (91979 decimal digits) 21078*393^36867+1 is prime! (95652 decimal digits) Time : 48.150 sec. 15530*393^35657+1 is prime! (92513 decimal digits) Time : 37.924 sec[/CODE] 
just ignore
4 Attachment(s)
Once more a data transfer.

4 Attachment(s)
srbsieve full pack
(srsieve+newpgen+open PFGW) 
Not actually related to CRUS, but still interesting:
Primes for form 172*3^n+1 [CODE]"0" 2 4 22 25 34 44 49 54 57 114 142 265 328 360 453 520 764 1070 2200 3424 12614 [/CODE]These are all primes n<25000. Going deeper, at some point. Thank you Karsten for missed prime at n=49, now fixed. 
Missed prime at n=49.

[QUOTE=MisterBitcoin;497373]Not actually related to CRUS, but still interesting:
Primes for form 172*3^n+1 These are all primes n<25000. Not going deeper, atm.[/QUOTE] I still don't get it what is interesting about primes that can be found in less than half hour of pari/gp oneliner run? [/end of Sat_morning_grumpy_because_not_yet_coffee] [CODE]gp > for(n=1,50000,if(isprime(172*3^n+1),print("prime for: "n),printf("...%d...%c",n,13))) prime for: 2 prime for: 4 prime for: 22 prime for: 25 prime for: 34 prime for: 44 prime for: 49 prime for: 54 prime for: 57 prime for: 114 prime for: 142 prime for: 265 prime for: 328 prime for: 360 prime for: 453 prime for: 520 prime for: 764 prime for: 1070 prime for: 2200 prime for: 3424 ...3709... *** at toplevel: for(n=1,50000,if(isprime(172*3^n+1),p *** ^ *** isprime: user interrupt after 1min, 31,719 ms *** Break loop: <Return> to continue; 'break' to go back to GP prompt break>[/CODE] (this is a slow laptop, which is factoring aliquotes in parallel, and yes, I understand that it gets slower and slower as it comes to higher n, without any sieving, but please come back with some 400k+ digits primes of this form, and then we talk...) Going for that coffee... the machine is beeping... 
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