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jinydu 2008-10-27 03:16

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There's also this:

(But of course "100 million digits test is a subset of World Record tests")

mdettweiler 2008-10-27 03:45

[quote=jinydu;146718]There's also this:

(But of course "World Record tests is a subset of 100 million digits test")[/quote]
Hmm...I thought the world record tests option was just the new equivalent of the old 10 million digit option, namely, tests big enough to be the biggest Mersenne prime yet (though not huge, huge tests like the 100 million digit ones)?

CADavis 2008-11-11 08:27

I want to help with this but I don't know what to do to get work assigned to me. I assume I have to manual reserve ranges but I am not sure how. Does Primenet assign it or is it just do it by yourself and report results to Primenet?

Freightyard 2008-11-11 09:14

Might be interesting in trying a couple out as well.

Uncwilly 2008-11-11 19:59

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Attached to this post is a worktodo.add file (named as worktodo.add.txt to get around the forum's restrictions). It does not have any [worker #x] lines in it, add them if you wish. Make sure that when you finally put it in your prime95 folder/directory that you save it as "worktodo.add", no .txt on the end.

This is for a moderate size range taking the expos from 2^64 to 2^68. It should only take a few days for a single core. It is in the area that I am currently working/tracking. No one else is assigned in this range. If you desire, edit the file and go to 2^70 or higher, but not above 2^74.

If you find that you want more or large assignments, post back and we can work out more or deeper (to higher bit depth) assignments.

Currently I am trying to get all expos to at least 2^70 before anyone picks them up for LL. I am doing this in 2 or 3 passes, the first up to ^67 or ^68 then the next pass to ^70.

Speak up if you are going to take this batch. I am going to post another in a moment.

Uncwilly 2008-11-11 20:06

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This is in another range.
Again it is clear of other folks (the LL crowd).



I currently tracking all numbers up to 332259937.

Speak up if you take it.

PS: Make sure that your prime.txt file has lines[COLOR="SeaGreen"] like[/COLOR] these in it.[code]MaxExponents=400
UnreserveDays=365[/code]

CADavis 2008-11-12 05:49

[QUOTE=Uncwilly;148884]Attached to this post is a worktodo.add file (named as worktodo.add.txt to get around the forum's restrictions). It does not have any [worker #x] lines in it, add them if you wish. Make sure that when you finally put it in your prime95 folder/directory that you save it as "worktodo.add", no .txt on the end.

This is for a moderate size range taking the expos from 2^64 to 2^68. It should only take a few days for a single core. It is in the area that I am currently working/tracking. No one else is assigned in this range. If you desire, edit the file and go to 2^70 or higher, but not above 2^74.

If you find that you want more or large assignments, post back and we can work out more or deeper (to higher bit depth) assignments.

Currently I am trying to get all expos to at least 2^70 before anyone picks them up for LL. I am doing this in 2 or 3 passes, the first up to ^67 or ^68 then the next pass to ^70.

Speak up if you are going to take this batch. I am going to post another in a moment.[/QUOTE]

I am taking it. Going to 2^70.

CADavis 2008-11-14 07:43

[QUOTE=Uncwilly;148885]This is in another range.
Again it is clear of other folks (the LL crowd).



I currently tracking all numbers up to 332259937.

Speak up if you take it.

PS: Make sure that your prime.txt file has lines[COLOR="SeaGreen"] like[/COLOR] these in it.[code]MaxExponents=400
UnreserveDays=365[/code][/QUOTE]

I am taking this as well. I like doing this kind of factoring.:smile:

so I'm currently working on 332216147 - 332217971 from 2^64 to 2^70, as well as 332230021 - 332232977 from 2^64 - 2^70, and I will do both ranges from 70 to 74 after I finish going to 70. I have my athlon 64 x2 both cores working on it now, going to check if vista 64-bit is quicker factoring than xp 32-bit (i seem to remember xp 64-bit was a long time ago when i tried it)

Mini-Geek 2008-11-14 12:41

[quote=CADavis;149259]I am taking this as well. I like doing this kind of factoring.:smile:

so I'm currently working on 332216147 - 332217971 from 2^64 to 2^70, as well as 332230021 - 332232977 from 2^64 - 2^70, and I will do both ranges from 70 to 74 after I finish going to 70. I have my athlon 64 x2 both cores working on it now, going to check if vista 64-bit is quicker factoring than xp 32-bit (i seem to remember xp 64-bit was a long time ago when i tried it)[/quote]
I've heard 64-bit OSs, I'd assume whether XP or Vista or Linux, can TF about twice as fast as 32-bit OSs (which equates to one more optimal bit level).

Uncwilly 2008-11-14 14:19

[QUOTE=CADavis;149259]I will do both ranges from 70 to 74 after I finish going to 70.[/QUOTE]Point of info: the 72 bit level takes 1.4 Ghz days per expo. Thus 74 will take a Ghz week per expo. I would sugget that, because others will be signing up for LL tests, get a few to 70, then if you are using multiple cores, have one do the range to 70 and have the second go to 72, then a thrid pass to 74. If anyone signs up to LL a number let them have it.

CADavis 2008-11-14 19:43

[QUOTE=Mini-Geek;149292]I've heard 64-bit OSs, I'd assume whether XP or Vista or Linux, can TF about twice as fast as 32-bit OSs (which equates to one more optimal bit level).[/QUOTE]

Yeah I switched to Vista 64-bit and it's going approx. twice as fast :-)
Is there a way to make the benchmark go to 74bit factors?


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