[QUOTE=rogue;278928]Taking these based upon the file I posted weeks ago.[/QUOTE]
A couple of assumptions and a question: 1. I assume that you are talking about the monster sieve file for base 2 k<10000 sieved to P=100P (or some other huge sieve depth) by PrimeGrid. 2. I assume that you realize that these bases are at n=5.33M base 2. See base 2 k=5 at [URL]http://www.prothsearch.net/riesel.html[/URL]. Progress will be very slow. 3. Will you be searching all base 2 k=5 candidates for n>5.33M? If so, you might want to notify Primegrid or some other such "powersthatbe" if you haven't already done so. I believe searching all base 2 candidates would be a lot more work than just bases 128 and 512. Base 128 would involve searching only base 2 n==(3 mod 7) [I think; you might check my math there.] and base 512 would involve searching only base 2 n==(0 mod 9). 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;279037]A couple of assumptions and a question:
1. I assume that you are talking about the monster sieve file for base 2 k<10000 sieved to P=100P (or some other huge sieve depth) by PrimeGrid. 2. I assume that you realize that these bases are at n=5.33M base 2. See base 2 k=5 at [URL]http://www.prothsearch.net/riesel.html[/URL]. Progress will be very slow. 3. Will you be searching all base 2 k=5 candidates for n>5.33M? If so, you might want to notify Primegrid or some other such "powersthatbe" if you haven't already done so. I believe searching all base 2 candidates would be a lot more work than just bases 128 and 512. Base 128 would involve searching only base 2 n==(3 mod 7) [I think; you might check my math there.] and base 512 would involve searching only base 2 n==(0 mod 9).[/QUOTE] 1. I don't have the entire file, but John from PG will provide me with the list of n for k=5 that have not been sieved out. 2. Yes. I also have a list of n above 5.33M that have been tested, so I will not retest them. 3. No. PG is aware of what I am doing. I will provide them with residues when done. PG does not intend to take k=5 above 5M anytime soon, i.e. probably a couple of years away for them. My final list is just over 1000 candidates to test between n=5.33M and n=6M. I want to got to n=6.3M, which would be n=900K for b=128 and n=700K for b=512. Going beyond 6M should wait for more sieving from PG, but since a number of tests above n=6M have been done (by ProthSearch users), that should only add a few hundred additional tests. 
Done with R150 to n<=25K. 305 primes found, 122 [I]k[/I] remained. (I.e. there were more remaining [I]k[/I]'s at 2.5K, but less at 25K than those for S150.)
Results emailed. Base released. 
Grueny,
Please provide us a status update on Riesel bases 214 and 253. Thank you, Gary 
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[QUOTE=gd_barnes;279597]Grueny,
Please provide us a status update on Riesel bases 214 and 253. Thank you, Gary[/QUOTE] r214 tested to 200e3 ; no prime continuing to 250e3 r253 tested to 146e3 grueny 
S199
S199 tested n=25K50K
8 primes found  52 remain 9946*199^30796+1 4936*199^31670+1 1086*199^35926+1 4314*199^39083+1 10494*199^40493+1 3876*199^42360+1 9796*199^45112+1 12034*199^46633+1 Results emailed  Base released 
Mathew has reported completion of R215 to n=25K. 215 k's were found prime for n=2.5K25K; 328 k's remain. The base is released.

Reservaions
Reserving the following 1kers to n=200K
S208 S217 S220 
Reservations
Reserving the following 1kers to n=200K
R213 R221 R236 
I would like to reserve S115 to n=50K

S217
S217 tested n=100K200K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
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