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 PCZ 2009-04-01 17:26

I would like to reserve the following K's
2897 through 2923

kar_bon: Reservations done!

 MyDogBuster 2009-04-10 17:10

Intrim Results:

The following k's were started at n=350K
8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655
8685, 8745, 9105, 9345

The following k's were started at n=400K
9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615
9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975
16995, 26565, 102765

The following k started at n=430K
5169615

The following k's will start at n=450K
58695, 3015015

All k's tested to n=433K - Primes found - Continuing to n=1MM
8145 ---- 351411, 351854
8235 ---- 350525, 389465, 409645
8325 ---- 362340, 405913, 431493
8385 ---- 387383, 392265
8445 ---- 402828
8475 ---- 380179
8505 ---- 355013
8655 ---- 388395
8685 ---- 421674
8745 ---- 431517
9105 ---- 351659 (Note: this k is being done by RPS now)
9315 ---- 431911
9345 ---- 351007, 389794, 411406
9405 ---- 419331
9435 ---- 426424
9465 ---- 401144
9495 ---- 402612, 432516
9525 ---- 426710
9675 ---- 409603
9735 ---- 406702, 429192
9765 ---- 407869
9855 ---- 422564
9975 ---- 416383
16995 --- 416154

Sorry for the gaps

[b]kar_bon[/b]:
changed: 9015 -> 9105
notes:
another prime for k=8235: 397032 (found by P.Riesen at RPS)
another prime for k=9105: 500713 (found by J.P.Burt at RPS)

 Beyond 2009-04-14 15:14

Reserving 2 large batches,

1st Batch

3401-3499: 49 / 3465
3501-3599: 48 / 3539,3555
3601-3699: 44 / 3615,3645,3663,3681,3687,3697
3701-3799: 46 / 3717,3719,3761,3775
3801-3899: 45 / 3817,3821,3823,3825,3833
3901-3999: 43 / 3975,3981,3991,3993,3995,3997,3999

2nd Batch

6001-6099: 37 / 6003,6005,6025,6027,6031,6039,6047,6051,6057,6065,6071,6081,6095
6101-6199: 36 / 6105,6107,6117,6119,6131,6137,6151,6159,6165,6171,6177,6179,6189,6191
[strike]6201-6299: 43 / 6201,6215,6219,6249,6257,6285,6299[/strike]
6301-6399: 47 / 6329,6343,6397
6401-6499: 47 / 6435,6449,6465
6501-6599: 47 / 6519,6555,6585
6601-6699: 48 / 6609,6615
6701-6799: 47 / 6703,6743,6765
6801-6899: 47 / 6825,6869,6883
6901-6999: 49 / 6927

Sieving has been started on 5 (16 core) machines. :smile:
n-range: 400k - 1.0M (added kar_bon)

kar_bon:
[b]Please James, the next time you gave such a lot of numbers, think a little bit how to display them![/b]

i changed it this way:
range: #numbers / without these numbers

so please check again, because in your original post there were some typos/doubles!

i stroke out the 62xx range David has reserved before your reservation.
(posts related to this also deleted!)

 amphoria 2009-04-18 21:50

Reserving k=9999 from n=10k to n=1M.

kar_bon: reservation done

 PCZ 2009-05-06 02:16

k*2^n-1, k=2927-2953, n=600K-800K

k=2927: 604126
k=2929: 611581, 735531
k=2931: -
k=2933: 604502, 671312, 740722
k=2935: 635629, 722817, 775357
k=2937: 726444
k=2939: -
k=2941: -
k=2943: -
k=2945: -
k=2947: -
k=2949: -
k=2951: -
k=2953: -
Testing of higher N ranges in progress

kar_bon: data included

 henryzz 2009-05-07 17:24

reserving 4267
2041 is at 500k with:
2041 442145
56627 is at 409k with no new primes
also rereserving 19920911
i am going to sieve 2041, 4267, and 19920911 together with sr2sieve once 4267 gets to 4T with sr1sieve

kar_bon:
56627 primes: 8, 24, 38, 68, 86, 140, 446, 452, 650, 1140, 4968, 7584, 11456, 17066, 35708, 46548, 72828, 193880, 237356, 360000 (upto n=409k)
(data included)

 gd_barnes 2009-05-25 03:43

Since the ranges are filling in fast; to make it official: NPLB is currently sieving and will begin LLRing all unreserved k's in the k=2000-3400 for n=20K-1M range within the next month.

Gary

 PCZ 2009-05-25 23:43

Gary i have 2897-2923 reserved, i release them to NPLB.

I will continue 2927-2953 up to 1M, currently at 860K.

 gd_barnes 2009-05-26 03:12

Thanks for the update Brian. It saved me following up with you. I'll be doing a lot of following up with people whose reservations have had no status in > 3 months.

Good luck on the new project.

 Flatlander 2009-05-26 11:55

k=3045 is released to NPLB at n=466152. I'll email you the lresults I have, Gary. (44483-127728 and 300000-466152)

If I have any other reservations (any k), they are also released to NPLB. No more work has been (knowingly!) done on them. Apologies for the vagueness.

 Dougal 2009-05-26 17:48

im going to take all k's from 10000-100000 to n=10000.i have most of the sieveing done so i am going to start testing in the next day or two.when im finished i might bring all k's less than 100000 up as far as n=20000 or further.

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