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MooooMoo 2009-08-19 06:44

Archived sieve reservations and discussions
 
This thread contains the old sieve reservations and the old discussions in the sieve reservation thread.
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Original post:
2700G-2850G complete (first range)

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/j2pe66[/url]

Gribozavr, could you delete all of the candidates with factors (10G-3500G) from the sieve file? After you've done that, please remove all the candidates with k>500000 and upload that file to sendspace*. We'll test all the small k values first before LLRing 500000<k<10M, and LLR manual reservations will be open once the file is up.

Primegrid wants a deeper sieve depth, so we'll give them the bigger k's to test once the optimal sieve depth is close to being reached.

*Put all the candidates with k>500000 into a separate file, but don't upload that file yet.

gribozavr 2009-08-21 17:09

I have downloaded and verified all submitted factor files.

MooooMoo: Here's a file with small k's:
[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/vmi4kt[/url]

cipher 2009-08-27 23:54

4700-5500G Complete cipher [Range 1]

[URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/xt70dp[/URL]

MooMooo: "Combine my Ranges if you get a chance" For example: So you can save space.

3000G-3200G cipher complete
3200G-3500G cipher complete
3500G-3700G cipher complete

TO

3000G-3700G cipher complete

Thanks.

cipher 2009-08-29 20:37

5500-6000G complete [Range1] cipher

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/u8cr5l[/url]

Gribozavr: What is the % of factors which are duplicate? Or wut % of actual factors come out from a file.

6000G-6500G Reserved cipher [Range1]

cipher 2009-08-31 13:14

6500G-7000G Range 1 Reserved cipher

cipher 2009-08-31 18:11

6000G-6500G complete [Range 1] Cipher

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/phnfcz[/url]

7000G-10000G cipher [Range 1] Reserved

Joshua2 2009-09-04 19:15

10000G-12000G reserved how high are we going?

cipher 2009-09-04 23:20

I am guessing 50T @ least Josh.

Joshua2 2009-09-05 00:53

ok, I'm 25% done here on my C2Q Q6600. Is it more efficient to run two singles or one -t2? Has anyone experimented with all the config settings to find something better? Like block size and prime sizes?
12T-15T reserved.

cipher 2009-09-05 01:33

6500G-10000G complete [Range 1] cipher

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/pgvgty[/url]

15T-17T cipher Reserved [Range1]

Ken_g6 2009-09-05 02:42

17T-20T Ken_g6 Reserved [Range1]

I'd better get in on this before Cipher takes it all!
Joshua2, from what I've seen, for one N, -t2 is about as fast as two singles. For multiple N's, -t4 looked about as fast as well, but I haven't tested with V0.3.x yet

Which reminds me, MooMoo, my latest version is:

[url]http://home.att.net/%7Ek.brazier/programs/tpsieve-0.3.4-bin.zip[/url]

And I think it's going to stay that way for awhile.

Ken_g6 2009-09-05 04:22

This is going fast! With -t 4, I'm getting almost 93M P/second! So please tack onto my range:

20T-22T Ken_g6 Reserved [Range1]

cipher 2009-09-05 07:48

[quote=Ken_g6;188682]17T-20T Ken_g6 Reserved [Range1]

I'd better get in on this before Cipher takes it all!
[/quote]
lol.. ken_g6 there is plenty of work to go around. btw i don't like all this competition from you and josh... but i welcome the participation.

amphoria 2009-09-05 08:22

Reserving 1500-2000G Range 2

amphoria 2009-09-05 12:13

Reserving 22-25T Range 1

amphoria 2009-09-05 12:17

1500-2000G Range 2 complete

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/sdl307[/url]

Joshua2 2009-09-05 17:04

Reserving 25-35T. 10-15T complete will upload soon. has anyone timed llr at this size?

mdettweiler 2009-09-05 18:17

[quote=Joshua2;188732]Reserving 25-35T. 10-15T complete will upload soon. has anyone timed llr at this size?[/quote]
Judging from timings I've seen at NPLB in the 475K-500K vicinity, I'd guess about 6 or 7 minutes per test on a fast machine. Possibly a little more because of the high k's involved here, but not too much.

cipher 2009-09-06 00:05

15T-17T complete [Range 1] cipher

[URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/1qohts[/URL]

Reserving 35T-40T [Range 1] cipher

where are you Gribozavr? work is piling up buddy...

Ken_g6 2009-09-06 00:51

17T - 22T Range 1 complete

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/y7sdlw[/url]

gribozavr 2009-09-06 10:36

I have downloaded and verified all submitted factor files.

Please excuse me for disappearing for a week. My ISP was having some problems. Now it seems resolved.

cipher:
In range 1 we have:
21282782 falctors total
16429092 factored numbers
39248305 numbers total in 480000-484999.txt

~77.2% of factors are not duplicate.
~41.9% of numbers in 480000-484999.txt have been factored.

amphoria 2009-09-06 14:46

22-25T Range 1 complete

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/1o1ctd[/url]

Ken_g6 2009-09-06 18:57

Reserving 40T-45T [Range 1] Ken_g6

cipher 2009-09-06 19:07

[quote=gribozavr;188784]
cipher:
In range 1 we have:
21282782 falctors total
16429092 factored numbers
39248305 numbers total in 480000-484999.txt

~77.2% of factors are not duplicate.
~41.9% of numbers in 480000-484999.txt have been factored.[/quote]

Thanks Gribozavr, I send a PM to MooMOOO it looks like he is nowhere to be found also. Can any one else take over stats and Range Reserve/completion duties? Can you Gribozavr?

thanks
cipher

Joshua2 2009-09-06 19:26

If it is possible I would like to be added a moderator to help out with this thread. All ranges complete, reserving 45-65T
[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/def1b1[/url] for both previous ranges

cipher 2009-09-07 05:28

Sieve reservations for 1<k<10M, 480000<n<485000:
[code]
Range Reserved By Status
6T-10T cipher complete
10T-12T joshua2 complete
12T-15T joshua2 complete
15T-17T cipher complete
17T-22T ken_g6 complete
22T-25T amphoria complete
25T-35T joshua2 complete
35T-40T cipher in progress
40T-45T ken_g6 in progress
45T-65T joshua2 in progress
65T+ available
[/code]Sieve reservations for 1<k<10M, 485000<n<490000:
[code]
Range Reserved By Status
1-10G various (see below) complete
10G-11G cipher complete
11G-50G cipher complete
50G-55G MooooMoo complete
55G-100G Mini-Geek complete
100G-150G Mini-Geek complete
150G-200G mdettweiler complete
200G-400G Mini-Geek complete
400G-500G mdettweiler complete
500G-600G MooooMoo complete
600G-1000G pschoefer complete
1000G-1200G amphoria complete
1200G-1500G amphoria complete
1500G-2000G amphoria complete
2000G+ available


1500G+ available

[/code]Since moomooo is not updating Range/Reserved Here is the continuation and updated one.

I have not updated the stats, but if any one wants to update it and post it feel free. If there is any error in range reserved etc please let me know.
Thanks cipher

Ken_g6 2009-09-07 16:57

40T - 45T [url=http://www.sendspace.com/file/lb5azb]complete[/url] (Range 1)

Joshua2 2009-09-08 17:27

45-65T complete 1.45 factors / second. Reserving 65-90T
[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/s2cjj6[/url]

Joshua2 2009-09-09 08:30

are all 3.6.4 versions the same speed? I had downoaded something slightly different I think. I'm going to try a X2 Neo and see how it does and it seemed the file was different when I downloaded it here. I run x64 on my C2Q and Neo. Any optimized versions? I have visual studio if that helps.
reserve 2t-10t range 2

Ken_g6 2009-09-09 15:09

0.3.4/0.3.4a versions should be the same. I made a couple of minor tweaks that shouldn't affect the binaries at all a day or two ago. The _x64 versions are the fastest; -sse2 versions are 80% as fast, but work on 32-bit; and the plain 32-bit version is slow.

You might be seeing the difference that P size makes. Speed is proportional to log2(P/kmax), for P > 2*kmax.

Edit: Optimized versions for X2? No; but I benchmarked the 32-bit versions on an Athlon64. I expect it's about half as fast clock-for-clock as Core 2; but I would be curious whether the SSE2 version is faster than the 64-bit version (which I didn't try.)

Joshua2 2009-09-09 19:14

I'm getting 6.7M p/sec ~2T on range 2 on the Neo X2 64 bit. It is a ultraportable chip competitor to the Atom running on like 10W-15W. 256kb cache was a tad faster even though it has 512kb. I doubled the block size and made the checkpointing less often as well, cause I figured that would make it a little faster.

Ken_g6 2009-09-09 19:47

Did you try the 32-bit SSE2 version? It actually looks to be faster on my Athlon64!

Joshua2 2009-09-10 04:14

That raised it to 10.15M p/sec!

Joshua2 2009-09-11 02:39

90-120T reserved. I don't suppose its necessary to test the sse2 on my C2Q 64? 65-90T complete 0.098 sec / factor / cpu so we need to do way more right? until its like 100 sec / fac at least prob way more
[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/iycud9[/url]

Ken_g6 2009-09-11 15:26

[QUOTE=Joshua2;189411]90-120T reserved. I don't suppose its necessary to test the sse2 on my C2Q 64?[/quote]No; 64-bit is faster there. The only reason SSE2 was faster on Athlon64 is that AMD decided to make the Bit Search Forward instruction slow. Maybe I should make a hybrid for Athlon64s and the occasional 64-bit Pentium 4?
[QUOTE=Joshua2;189411]65-90T complete 0.098 sec / factor / cpu so we need to do way more right? until its like 100 sec / fac at least prob way more
[/QUOTE]Yes; see also the sieving discussion thread. I figure 3-5P, at least. Possibly with BOINC.

Joshua2 2009-09-11 16:02

I woulse use the x64 amd a bit, and I figure if they do alright afterwards, people with an amd might help otherwise they prob won't.

cipher 2009-09-13 16:27

35T-40T complete [Range 1] cipher

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/fwkooj[/url]

Side Note: I am taking a little sabbatical (vacation) from the project. As i feel the project is without direction until mooomoo's return or a new moderator who can keep the project on current standing. I will however love to return once stats/messages/range reserve is actively maintained as i believe this is a great project.

Thanks,
Sincerely,
cipher

Joshua2 2009-09-14 05:54

90-120T complete taking 120-160T
[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/b9wibn[/url]
There isn't any danger of losing our work is there?

mdettweiler 2009-09-14 12:13

[quote=Joshua2;189736]There isn't any danger of losing our work is there?[/quote]
As long as gribozavr keeps downloading all the factor files within sendspace's 30-day (I think) time limit, then we should be OK regardless of MooooMoo's availability.

gribozavr 2009-09-14 17:23

Joshua2: I can't unpack tpfactors.7z, tpfactors3.7z, tpfactors4.7z. I get a "Data Error" from 7zip.

tpfactors5.7z unpacked OK.

All other files have been unpacked and checked successfully.

Joshua2 2009-09-18 03:10

[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/281583707/tpfactors.7z.html[/url]
MD5: 84D7CF32CC742A6646D87C4F6646386F
[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/281583708/tpfactors3.7z.html[/url]
MD5: 5151D141C35B3D1A57575A52D447F0DC
[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/281583709/tpfactors4.7z.html[/url]
MD5: AB3D6B7864CE9BE6151439273B0F52B9
[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/281583710/tpfactors5.7z.html[/url]
MD5: F0993F4163DA527B1DDA2D8171BB9E3D
120-160T complete (first file) reserving 160T-200T

Joshua2 2009-09-18 04:26

[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/281599527/tpfactors2.7z.html[/url]
MD5: 5E3C2B5F3C43C1353CEC32509D92FB08
previously tpfactors

Joshua2 2009-09-22 21:22

Do those work gribozavr? Finished 160-200T. Starting classes again here so might be gone for a while. Reserving 200-300T. I think when we reach 1P we should have primegrid start.
[url]http://rapidshare.com/files/283641607/tpfactors6.7z.html[/url]
MD5: 0463955CB77DF02A2AC5FFF233AD05BA

gribozavr 2009-10-02 15:16

Joshua2, unfortunately I can't unpack any of these even though MD5 matches.

Joshua2 2009-10-03 00:13

I have 7-zip 4.65 (x64) you? It's the latest non-beta. Also, since Moo isn't here could I be made administrator of this project and then I could do this myself since I already have done most of the sieving I think?

Lennart 2009-10-03 01:51

[quote=Joshua2;191743]I have 7-zip 4.65 (x64) you? It's the latest non-beta. Also, since Moo isn't here could I be made administrator of this project and then I could do this myself since I already have done most of the sieving I think?[/quote]

I can open your file but it ends here
173351429515177 | 2751783*2^480314-1
173351501652631 | 876951*2^484765-1
173351506004513 | 287265*2^480523+1
173351563590197 | 209

Something is wrong

Lennart

Joshua2 2009-10-03 05:53

My copy continues:
173351563590197 | 209913*2^481548-1
173351579137301 | 6845061*2^483565-1 and so on
Ok I discovered that my MD5 sums aren't matching Rapidshares ones and it didn't work with the other hosting either so maybe my upload has random errors.

Skligmund 2009-10-04 09:57

I had that same issue once long ago. It turned out that my router went bad. When I replaced it, boom! evrything worked again (go figure). I don't know what setup you have, but that could be an issue.

Joshua2 2009-10-17 22:50

So it possible for me to take over the project and remove the factor myself?

gribozavr 2009-10-18 08:05

The only problem that could arise is that data files are about 4Gb. It could be simpler just to try re-upload the data. You could try my ftp [url]ftp://bin-login.name/pub/incoming/[/url] for that.

Cybertronic 2009-12-07 21:40

Hello searchers !

What's happen here ? Are your efforts for nothing ? :sad:

Best

Joshua2 2010-01-12 00:36

I hope not lol. I'm really busy with school.

Oddball 2010-05-10 20:29

Joshua2 claims to have completed 65T-200T, but I've excluded it since there appear to have been problems with his factor files. Gribozavr, if that has changed, let me know, and I'll update the reservation stats accordingly.

Lennart 2010-05-10 23:46

reserving 65T-66T
1<k<10M, 480000<n<485000

Lennart

Oddball 2010-05-11 01:46

[QUOTE=Lennart;214616]reserving 65T-66T
1<k<10M, 480000<n<485000

Lennart[/QUOTE]
Welcome back to TPS!

Lennart 2010-05-11 02:01

[URL]http://sites.google.com/site/kenscode/prime-programs[/URL]

Here you have the site. Here you will find the latest tpsieve files.


Lennart

Lennart 2010-05-11 02:56

[URL]http://uwin.mine.nu/TPS/480000-485000/factorupload/tpsfactors_65T-T66T.txt.zip[/URL]


65T-66T done

Lennart

Oddball 2010-05-11 03:40

The first two posts are fully updated now - range reservations up to p=66T, individual stats (joshua2 is on top), and the old link to download TPSieve has been replaced with the new one.

Gribozavr, could you:

- confirm that you have the factor files for all p<66T
- upload the sieve file containing only small k's (k<100,000) for 480000<n<481000
- upload the entire k<10M file for 480000<n<485000 and for 485000<n<500000

gribozavr 2010-05-11 16:36

For P<65T I'm missing some Joshua2's factors:
10T-15T
25T-35T
45T-65T

Joshua2's 90T-120T file unpacked.

Lennart: can't connect to port 80, although that host replies to ping requests.

Sieving input:

480000-484999_11may2010.zip [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/srou2c[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=wvkxjrbevp[/url]
480000-484999_11may2010.txt.gz [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/on86ar[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=pzd7a1yjmu[/url]
480000-484999_11may2010.txt.xz [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/95gw4b[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=kb5kdg4oen[/url]

485000-489999__11may2010.zip [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/sm8la6[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=zdxx1pen6k[/url]
485000-489999__11may2010.txt.gz [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/bwnhkv[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=v5tvvxal7a[/url]
485000-489999__11may2010.txt.xz [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/550otw[/url] [url]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=x9adyjrap9[/url]

LLR input (although I don't recommend doing any LLR now):

n_480000-480999__k_1_100000.txt [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/pxytxr[/url]

gribozavr 2010-05-11 19:47

Lennart: downloaded and verified your file.

Lennart 2010-05-11 19:51

[quote=gribozavr;214716]Lennart: downloaded and verified your file.[/quote]
:tu:

Lennart

Historian 2010-05-11 23:14

[QUOTE=gribozavr;214695]
Joshua2's 90T-120T file unpacked.
[/QUOTE]
Does this mean that all factors between 90T and 120T have been removed?

Also, does anyone have some benchmarks on the sieve and how much memory is needed to run it?

Mini-Geek 2010-05-11 23:25

[quote=Historian;214734]Also, does anyone have some benchmarks on the sieve and how much memory is needed to run it?[/quote]
With the last sieve file I've run, (I'd assume there are no huge changes in this area due to the latest factor removals, though I don't know my last exact depth) it takes just under 1GB of memory to run it. Note that tpsieve is multithreaded, so you could run it on all the cores you want while using only 1GB of memory (instead of requiring 1GB of memory per core).

gribozavr 2010-05-11 23:48

[QUOTE=Historian;214734]Does this mean that all factors between 90T and 120T have been removed?[/QUOTE]

Yes, 90T-120T should be added to the first post as completed.

Historian 2010-05-11 23:52

[QUOTE=Mini-Geek;214736]With the last sieve file I've run, (I'd assume there are no huge changes in this area due to the latest factor removals, though I don't know my last exact depth) it takes just under 1GB of memory to run it. Note that tpsieve is multithreaded, so you could run it on all the cores you want while using only 1GB of memory (instead of requiring 1GB of memory per core).[/QUOTE]
I see. What's your p/sec sieve rate, and what processor are you using?

I don't have enough memory to participate in the sieve, but I'm still interested in knowing the sieve rate so I can estimate how much computing time was spent on this project.

gribozavr 2010-05-12 00:06

Much "32-bit CPU time" was spent on sieving. Now, with tpsieve and a multicore 64-bit CPU required time has dropped in... I don't know for sure, but my rough estimate is 3..7 times.

Lennart 2010-05-12 00:23

[quote=gribozavr;214695]For P<65T I'm missing some Joshua2's factors:
10T-15T
25T-35T
45T-65T

Joshua2's 90T-120T file unpacked.

Lennart: can't connect to port 80, although that host replies to ping requests.

Sieving input:

480000-484999_11may2010.zip [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/srou2c[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=wvkxjrbevp[/URL]
480000-484999_11may2010.txt.gz [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/on86ar[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=pzd7a1yjmu[/URL]
480000-484999_11may2010.txt.xz [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/95gw4b[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=kb5kdg4oen[/URL]

485000-489999__11may2010.zip [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/sm8la6[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=zdxx1pen6k[/URL]
485000-489999__11may2010.txt.gz [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/bwnhkv[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=v5tvvxal7a[/URL]
485000-489999__11may2010.txt.xz [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/550otw[/URL] [URL]http://www.rapidspread.com/file.jsp?id=x9adyjrap9[/URL]

LLR input (although I don't recommend doing any LLR now):

n_480000-480999__k_1_100000.txt [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/pxytxr[/URL][/quote]


I'll start 10T-15T

Lennart

Mini-Geek 2010-05-12 01:03

[quote=Historian;214742]I see. What's your p/sec sieve rate,[/quote]
Two separate trials, each trying to use 3 threads:[code]Sieve complete: 120000000000000 <= p < 120000010000000
Found 0 factors
count=308496,sum=0x01bfc2b43ee8d1d2
Elapsed time: 43.92 sec. (42.86 init + 1.06 sieve) at 9868951 p/sec.
Processor time: 33.48 sec. (31.20 init + 2.28 sieve) at 4596498 p/sec.
Average processor utilization: 0.73 (init), 2.15 (sieve)

Sieve complete: 120000000000000 <= p < 120000100000000
Found 2 factors
count=3085754,sum=0x12d09a04ab846742
Elapsed time: 102.95 sec. (95.19 init + 7.77 sieve) at 12895164 p/sec.
Processor time: 53.17 sec. (30.77 init + 22.41 sieve) at 4469244 p/sec.
Average processor utilization: 0.32 (init), 2.89 (sieve)[/code]So roughly 4.5M p/sec per core (32-bit OS).
[quote=Historian;214742]and what processor are you using?[/quote]
Quad-core Intel i5-750 running at 2807 MHz on 32-bit Windows XP. 64-bit should be drastically faster, perhaps twice as fast, but I don't know exactly how much faster.

If I had a 64-bit OS installed and more RAM available (2GB to share between Windows, Firefox, PRPnet server and clients, and any other apps I want to run doesn't really leave 1GB totally free for a sieving effort; and the OS bit difference means I'd be suboptimal), I'd participate more in this sieve.

Oddball 2010-05-12 08:38

[QUOTE=Historian;214742]
I don't have enough memory to participate in the sieve, but I'm still interested in knowing the sieve rate[/QUOTE]
You might want to split up the sieve file into three parts (485000-486999, 487000-488399, 488400-490000), like I did. I'm getting ~13M/sec on a 3.2 GHz Pentium 4 for one part. Divide that by 3, and you get 4-5M/sec for the whole range.

Historian 2010-05-12 19:00

[QUOTE=Oddball;214785]You might want to split up the sieve file into three parts (485000-486999, 487000-488399, 488400-490000), like I did.[/QUOTE]
Good idea. I'll take a quickie:

Reserving 2500-2525, for the 485K-490K part.

Historian 2010-05-12 21:27

2500-2525G complete:

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/utpivs[/url]

18,000+ factors found

Lennart 2010-05-12 22:18

10T-15T are done !

[URL="http://uwin.mine.nu/"]http://uwin.mine.nu[/URL]

Lennart

gribozavr 2010-05-13 00:06

Historian, Lennart: downloaded and verified your files.

agent1 2010-05-13 19:39

reserving 2525-2600 range2

Oddball 2010-05-14 01:49

[QUOTE=agent1;214966]reserving 2525-2600 range2[/QUOTE]
Welcome to TPS! I've added your range to the first post, and I'll finish up my 500G range sometime by tomorrow.

mdettweiler 2010-05-14 02:30

Reserving 2600G-2700G for n=485K-490K. :smile:

mdettweiler 2010-05-14 16:33

[quote=mdettweiler;214991]Reserving 2600G-2700G for n=485K-490K. :smile:[/quote]
Done, 68755 factors: [URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/gknh4w[/URL]

Reserving 25T-26T for n=480K-485K.

Oddball 2010-05-14 18:00

[QUOTE=Oddball;214990]I'll finish up my 500G range sometime by tomorrow.
[/QUOTE]
Here it is. This one's huge (~400,000 factors found).

Part 1 (485000<=n<486700): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/q4dg0d[/url]

Part 2 (486700<=n<488400): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/1ttwze[/url]

Part 3 (488400<=n<490000): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/2sjksy[/url]

Oddball 2010-05-14 18:08

Lennart has kindly given me an alternate site to upload factors, sieve files, and LLR results files:

[url]http://uwin.mine.nu/TPS/485000-490000/factorupload/[/url]

I've also uploaded the factors for 2000G-2500G there (titles are tpfactors1.txt, tpfactors2.txt, and tpfactors3.txt). You can use it in case the sendspace links don't work or have already expired.

edit: I'll pick up 2700-3250G, n=485-490K.

agent1 2010-05-14 20:08

2525-2600 done. 53253 factors:

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/3ltlen[/url]

i take 3250-3300, range 2

gribozavr 2010-05-14 20:20

mdettweiler, Oddball: I've downloaded and verified your factors.

agent1 2010-05-15 07:00

3250-3300 done, 27541 factors:

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/ni2vnf[/url]

gribozavr please make sure you download this and earlier 2525-2600 file

gribozavr 2010-05-15 23:48

agent1: I've downloaded and verified both files.

mdettweiler 2010-05-16 15:16

n=480K-485K, p=25T-26T complete, 55806 factors:
[URL]http://www.sendspace.com/file/euku0p[/URL]

Reserving p=26T-27T, same n-range.

gribozavr 2010-05-16 16:04

mdettweiler: I've downloaded and verified your file.

Historian 2010-05-17 20:36

I'll take 3880-4000, n=485-490K, to reach that 4T milestone.

Oddball 2010-05-17 21:27

2700-3250 complete, more than 330000 factors found.

Part 1 (n=485000-486700): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/4jv41h[/url]

Part 2 (n=486700-488400): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/1yqo3j[/url]

Part 3 (n=488400-490000): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/acfcbd[/url]

The mirror site at: [url]http://uwin.mine.nu/TPS/485000-490000/factorupload/[/url] won't let me log in, so the sendspace links will have to do for now.

gribozavr 2010-05-17 22:43

Oddball: I've downloaded and verified your files.

Historian 2010-05-18 05:24

3880-4000G complete, 54000+ factors found:

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/1mnh0l[/url]

It seems that about a million factors have been found since the sieve file was posted a week ago. Would removing those factors from the sieve file result in a faster sieve speed? If so, could someone upload a sieve file with those factors removed?

mdettweiler 2010-05-18 14:31

n=480K-485K, p=26T-27T complete, 53300 factors found: [URL]http://uwin.mine.nu/TPS/480000-485000/factorupload/tpfactors_n480K-485K_p26T-27T.txt.bz2[/URL]

Reserving p=27T-28T, same n-range.

Oddball 2010-05-18 18:41

[QUOTE=Historian;215272]
It seems that about a million factors have been found since the sieve file was posted a week ago. Would removing those factors from the sieve file result in a faster sieve speed? If so, could someone upload a sieve file with those factors removed?[/QUOTE]
It'll reduce the RAM requirements, but it probably won't do much else. If you're sieving, say, 1-5M for n=390000, your sieve speed will be the same as if you sieve 1-500M for n=390000.

agent1 2010-05-19 00:02

reserving 4000-4150, range2

dont want to be unlucky 13 on the stats rank :smile:

agent1 2010-05-19 07:16

4000-4150 range2 done:

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/n52en6[/url]

contains 65515 factors

gribozavr 2010-05-19 12:55

Historian, mdettweiler, agent1: I've downloaded and verified your files.

Oddball 2010-05-19 19:15

3300G-3880G is complete with over 291000 factors found.

Part 1 (n=485000-486700): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/f43u54[/url]

Part 2 (n=486700-488400): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/k8zt9w[/url]

Part 3 (n=488400-490000): [url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/i2r9n1[/url]

Reserving 4150-4750G.

[QUOTE=agent1;215346]reserving 4000-4150, range2

dont want to be unlucky 13 on the stats rank :smile:[/QUOTE]
13 may be unlucky, but it sure is better than being in last place :wink:

gribozavr 2010-05-19 22:29

Oddball: I've downloaded and verified your file.

gribozavr 2010-05-20 02:35

Taking 45T-65T (range 1).


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