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 kar_bon 2009-01-13 10:31

Reservations

[center][size=+2]Reservations[/size][/center]

Make your reservations here and post your results/progress too.

 MyDogBuster 2009-01-13 12:04

Reserving k=3991, 3993, 3995, 3997 and 3999
n=10K thru n=1000K

 kar_bon 2009-01-13 12:29

[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;158490]Reserving k=3991, 3993, 3995, 3997 and 3999
n=10K thru n=1000K[/QUOTE]

actually i got all primes for 2000<k<10000 and 10k<n<=20k, but not yet included all data, done this for those 5 k's now.

see my ToDo-list [url]http://www.rieselprime.de/ToDo.htm[/url] but it's a very small doublecheck :grin:

 MyDogBuster 2009-01-13 13:24

[quote]actually i got all primes for 2000<k<10000 and 10k<n<=20k, but not yet included all data, done this for those 5 k's now.
[/quote]

No problem

 MyDogBuster 2009-01-13 18:02

[QUOTE]but it's a very small doublecheck [/QUOTE]

Karsten,
Here are your doublechecks.

3991: 17503
3993: 13167, 16232, 20000
3995: 10454, 15008
3997: 10305, 11385, 12537
3999: 12336, 12679, 13899, 14295

Continuing

 MyDogBuster 2009-01-14 04:26

I'm also going to try some low-weight k's.

Reserving k=4267, k=3311 and k=3775 from n=20K to n=500K.

 henryzz 2009-01-20 20:29

I am going to try a high weight k for a change.
reserving 2043
Sieving is taking much longer than for low weight ks as should be expected.
I am sieving upto n=300k although i might sieve more at some point.
sr1sieve is now up to 1.75T.
I will analyse when i should stop sieving at 2T.

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-01 05:03

Reserving more low weights

3329, 3697 and 3719 from n=20k to n=500k

5923 from n=10k to n=500k

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-06 02:54

K=5923 Tested n=10K - n=500K

Primes:

19535, 32723, 82591, 173923

Unreserving

 henryzz 2009-02-07 19:55

2232007 is tested to 1M with no primes
2043 is tested to 218k with these primes:

2, 4, 8, 16, 18, 20, 26, 32, 40, 44, 48, 54, 63, 68, 123, 140, 226, 231, 424, 470, 538, 584, 600, 735, 744, 824, 1226,
1244, 1580, 1632, 1983, 2239, 2320, 2396, 2610, 3084, 3411, 5988, 6064, 6148, 6992, 7250, 8719, 10048, 11036,
12474, 21498, 21538, 23608, 28336, 30878, 36238, 42702, 44340, 44775, 46760, 52048, 52328, 56886, 58430,
65298, 69968, 83774, 103992, 137822, 139884, 159346

i have also completed two continuous n-searches:
n=100000 to k=1M:
62967, 192797, 230753, 237123, 237915, 323169, 420147, 422427, 537243, 548249, 581159, 594387,
640293, 654827, 835955, 914187, 944007

and n=360000 to k=100k with these primes:
56627, 73065

i plan to take all the ks i found primes for up to the level i found the prime
i have checked all the ks for reservations and there are none
i am about to start sieving the 100k prime ks together to n=100k

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-07 21:15

K=3687 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

108569

Unreserving

 Flatlander 2009-02-07 23:45

I'll be (slowly) testing 93 ks from n=400,000 upwards.
K = 3011 through 3199.
3135 is excluded; also 3045 which I've already tested to 456,000.

 PCZ 2009-02-08 22:44

Reserving k=2925, 2927, 2929, 2931, 2933, 2935 and 2937.
Intend to take them to 1M.

 Beyond 2009-02-09 02:55

[QUOTE=PCZ;162124]Reserving k=2925, 2927, 2929, 2931, 2933, 2935 and 2937.
Intend to take them to 1M.[/QUOTE]

PCZ, K=2925 is already being tested by RPS.

 PCZ 2009-02-09 08:46

[url]http://www.rieselprime.de/Data/02000.htm[/url]
Doesn't show any reservation for that k.

Is there somewhere else i need to check also ?

 kar_bon 2009-02-09 10:20

[QUOTE=PCZ;162177][url]http://www.rieselprime.de/Data/02000.htm[/url]
Doesn't show any reservation for that k.

Is there somewhere else i need to check also ?[/QUOTE]

no, Kosmaj edited his new 7th Team Drive last night (extended with more k-values) but i were not able to update the above page!

see [url]http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=162154&postcount=13[/url]

until this is cleared i will leave the reservation for k=2925 open!

 PCZ 2009-02-09 15:33

RPS have already started working on 2925 so mark it down to them.
I will fill in between 2925 and 2955 that RPS are doing.

So in addition to the k's i have already reserved please add the following
2939, 2941, 2943, 2945, 2947, 2949, 2951, 2953.

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-09 23:14

K=3311 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

59350

Unreserving

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-13 19:54

[QUOTE]
K=3687 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

108569

Unreserving
[/QUOTE]

Karsten, I messed up. I reported the above incorrectly. It should have been for k=3697 not 3687. I never tested 3687. Sorry for the extra work.

 Happy5214 2009-02-14 18:36

Welcome, reservation

Hello, I am Happy5214.

Reserving 16545165 and 17179515 to 10K.

-Happy5214

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-15 15:28

K=4267 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

91577

Unreserving

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-18 04:50

K=3719 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

24832, 28336

Unreserving

 Happy5214 2009-02-18 23:45

Reserving 2145[I]k[/I] candidates 2336-2441. I plan to test those to 1M, or at least to 100K. They are already done to 20K.

10544249 is done to 616K, no new primes.

Normally, I don't like to get personal, but... My Life Is A Disaster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is nothing good left for me anymore. I am wondering if I should even continue to live.

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-19 06:59

Reserving the following k's to 1MM.

8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655, 8685, 8745, 9015, 9105, 9345, 9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615, 9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975

16995, 26565, 58695

102765

3015015, 5169615

 kar_bon 2009-02-19 10:12

[QUOTE=Happy5214;163244]Reserving 2145[I]k[/I] candidates 2336-2441. I plan to test those to 1M, or at least to 100K. They are already done to 20K.

10544249 is done to 616K, no new primes.

Normally, I don't like to get personal, but... My Life Is A Disaster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is nothing good left for me anymore. I am wondering if I should even continue to live.

???
2145[i]k[/i] candidates from 2336 to 2441? there's none!
15[i]k[/i] candidates are there (pink), but mostly reserved by RPS!
which candidates you meant?

why are you sad? no primes found?

 Happy5214 2009-02-19 22:32

No, personal problems. I have found many primes.

2145[I]k [/I]candidates with [I]indices[/I] 2336 to 2441. 10019295, etc.

-Alexander

 kar_bon 2009-02-19 23:59

[QUOTE=Happy5214;163315]No, personal problems. I have found many primes.

2145[I]k [/I]candidates with [I]indices[/I] 2336 to 2441. 10019295, etc.

-Alexander[/QUOTE]

understand you right?

k=10019295 to k=10469745 (106 high weight k's) upto n=1.0M?

only to n=100k it's months of work!

 Happy5214 2009-02-20 23:23

Yes, that is correct. I have big dreams. I am currently at 23500.

-Alexander

 henryzz 2009-02-22 20:29

2043 is now at 290.5k with these primes:
226582, 239668, 241196, 263444

2308121 is tested to 1M with no primes

i have sieve files for 2232007 and 2308121 upto 2M sieved 4T.
does anyone want them?

the 17 ks i am taking up to 100k are up to 51.7k with these many primes:

[b]62967 (13)[/b] 1, 34, 208, 265, 1645, 2929, 5773, 9169, 10657, 10837, 12066, 16429, 30936
[b]192797 (32)[/b] 10, 14, 18, 26, 36, 40, 46, 60, 78, 80, 110, 168, 290, 526, 784, 828, 1244, 1468, 2188, 4816, 6956, 9494, 9954, 10738, 17894, 18958, 18994, 20528, 20724, 23796, 34114, 38724
[b]230753 (38)[/b] 6, 22, 24, 36, 38, 52, 82, 90, 136, 144, 210, 318, 336, 378, 384, 420, 434, 526, 628, 646, 666, 726, 1122, 1290, 1294, 1312, 1608, 1914, 2682, 4014, 10314, 11032, 12138, 17898, 22410, 24036, 26966, 44130
[b]237123 (25)[/b] 6, 15, 35, 60, 82, 96, 127, 154, 155, 420, 422, 494, 542, 627, 866, 1315, 2907, 2932, 6639, 9055, 9866, 9982, 10835, 27604, 27899
[b]237915 (38)[/b] 2, 4, 8, 16, 28, 38, 39, 40, 45, 64, 134, 268, 310, 416, 559, 568, 585, 629, 702, 898, 908, 1099, 1144, 1315, 1569, 1692, 1711, 2117, 2186, 2902, 3810, 5908, 11874, 13484, 14106, 14709, 17909, 36966
[b]323169 (48)[/b] 3, 9, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 25, 31, 37, 39, 48, 61, 69, 97, 99, 137, 159, 248, 249, 312, 320, 377, 403, 591, 1248, 1333, 1445, 1627, 2041, 2877, 3079, 4921, 5945, 6633, 6928, 8533, 13985, 16063, 16483, 21291, 21629, 25056, 30669, 34077, 35541, 47664, 50733
[b]420147 (39)[/b] 6, 21, 30, 61, 64, 96, 110, 146, 150, 206, 232, 261, 325, 372, 422, 660, 714, 856, 864, 874, 1286, 1596, 1702, 2406, 2892, 5374, 6546, 6550, 7234, 9146, 10020, 17325, 18070, 21206, 29477, 30165, 31452, 32637, 33261
[b]422427 (50)[/b] 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 25, 33, 34, 40, 41, 44, 49, 57, 60, 65, 70, 110, 180, 185, 194, 264, 329, 353, 368, 420, 714, 814, 869, 1104, 1140, 1145, 1440, 1468, 1604, 1825, 2205, 2210, 2368, 5409, 5752, 5889, 10292, 14510, 14841, 15710, 22484, 29264, 30868, 37260, 50308
[b]537243 (29)[/b] 16, 20, 24, 34, 90, 96, 107, 144, 194, 216, 278, 438, 599, 654, 1604, 1790, 1835, 2900, 3055, 3294, 3510, 4696, 6030, 10398, 10715, 14146, 15083, 37135, 49444
[b]548249 (4)[/b] 40, 352, 3816, 7336
[b]581159 (13)[/b] 8, 20, 32, 48, 56, 96, 100, 548, 912, 7088, 8852, 18660, 40808
[b]594387 (31)[/b] 16, 17, 33, 53, 61, 80, 128, 150, 165, 241, 290, 497, 985, 1326, 1384, 1553, 1813, 2425, 2445, 2525, 3426, 4558, 6064, 7541, 8162, 8534, 9938, 32985, 37505, 44037, 49462
[b]640293 (47)[/b] 7, 18, 19, 24, 32, 43, 47, 64, 74, 80, 95, 100, 103, 110, 115, 132, 151, 158, 160, 198, 203, 378, 498, 644, 1044, 1204, 1431, 1874, 2152, 2160, 5191, 6899, 8667, 9567, 11155, 12295, 12962, 12987, 13347, 16658, 17811, 20084, 22300, 32587, 33504, 45614, 48350
[b]654827 (21)[/b] 4, 8, 18, 28, 32, 74, 88, 306, 386, 444, 602, 812, 842, 2008, 2024, 2908, 4050, 5284, 6642, 22260, 43172
[b]835955 (15)[/b] 14, 34, 82, 338, 610, 1130, 1360, 1510, 2186, 2194, 4294, 6446, 8674, 26558, 30050
[b]914187 (21)[/b] 1, 20, 50, 166, 181, 329, 337, 382, 2008, 2834, 2858, 3073, 5308, 7484, 7969, 8969, 11368, 19468, 30200, 41861, 44488
[b]944007 (22)[/b] 8, 22, 28, 37, 142, 146, 257, 289, 541, 1013, 1112, 1370, 1489, 1913, 3940, 10277, 12128, 19061, 29978, 35642, 39052, 40717

 gd_barnes 2009-02-24 10:54

[quote=Happy5214;163437]Yes, that is correct. I have big dreams. I am currently at 23500.

-Alexander[/quote]

How many cores are you running on this and what is their speed?

Even on new machines, your reservation is likely 20+ CPU years of work. I'm fairly certain that my 10 quads would take at least 6 months to complete it, i.e. 20 CPU years.

BTW, I've read not to ignore people when they threaten their own life or make such statements as you did. Seriously, are you OK? I'm sure we could get you a # to a counseling hot line that could help you if you would like some help.

 gd_barnes 2009-02-24 10:56

[quote=PCZ;162212]RPS have already started working on 2925 so mark it down to them.
I will fill in between 2925 and 2955 that RPS are doing.

So in addition to the k's i have already reserved please add the following
2939, 2941, 2943, 2945, 2947, 2949, 2951, 2953.[/quote]

Ah, filling in the holes left behind. That's music to my ears! :smile:

 gd_barnes 2009-02-24 11:02

[quote=MyDogBuster;163264]Reserving the following k's to 1MM.

8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655, 8685, 8745, 9015, 9105, 9345, 9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615, 9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975

16995, 26565, 58695

102765

3015015, 5169615[/quote]

Oh, cool! You're taking k=102765. That's one that I took up to n=400K as one of my first effort's in prime searching. It's also the one that I found my first top-5000 prime on: 102765*2^333354-1; barely above the 100's of n=333333 primes that were at the bottom of top-5000 at the time. There were so many of them that it came in at 3797th place.

I also took k=16995 and 26565 up to n=400K at the same time.

That is some serious work! Good luck! :smile:

Gary

 henryzz 2009-02-25 11:38

2043 is now at 300k with no more primes unreserving

the 17 ks i am taking up to 100k are up to 73.5k with these new primes:
[code]323169 52411
237123 56522
237915 57538
420147 57981
640293 58364
323169 60465
422427 60612
237915 60640
594387 61210
420147 64064
420147 64446
420147 65040
422427 65601
835955 69868
230753 69922
581159 71292
422427 73308
[/code]i am now going to start taking 56627 and 73065 up to 360k
also i am going to fill in the gap on 2041 and take that to at least 500k

 MyDogBuster 2009-02-28 04:50

K=3329 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

22424, 62780, 104192, 320996

Unreserving

 PCZ 2009-03-07 08:17

k*2^n-1, k=2927-2953, n=20K-200K

k=2927: 34192, 35728, 86404, 105542, 112172, 137146, 181046
k=2929: 20069, 20405, 24765, 30787, 68385, 88311, 199783
k=2931: 23549, 35054, 48765, 54017, 74943, 76647, 89573, 93709, 99641, 104601, 106813, 178030
k=2933: 27330, 47452, 54446, 55828, 68658, 82746, 83890, 86510, 97904, 103466, 107464, 190852
k=2935: 20493, 25353, 34497, 52281, 119493, 150519, 174337, 180309
k=2937: 50205, 70449, 106449, 120209, 168393
k=2939: 31504
k=2941: 39803, 103511
k=2943: 20342, 33196, 34068, 66154, 71246, 73548, 75078, 112964, 144630
k=2945: 70044, 89784, 125690, 136978, 166660
k=2947: 23097, 93001
k=2949: 40729, 41451, 58036, 91135, 100275, 116337, 163075
k=2951: 30726, 63518, 83366
k=2953: 68155, 89991, 92223

Testing of higher N ranges in progress

 MyDogBuster 2009-03-16 06:56

[quote]Reserving the following k's to 1MM.

8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655, 8685, 8745, 9015, 9105, 9345, 9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615, 9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975

16995, 26565, 58695

102765

3015015, 5169615 [/quote]

I am almost finished sieving the above. I will be starting testing in a few days. Confirming the above reservations. I will post the starting n for all the k's in a few days. Some are gappers, some are not.

 PCZ 2009-03-19 10:39

k*2^n-1, k=2927-2953, n=200K-400K

k=2927: 216382, 322948, 362458
k=2929: 232695
k=2931: 384258
k=2933: -
k=2935: 213903, 244473
k=2937: 203673, 255381, 257529
k=2939: 309244
k=2941: 222697, 224281, 330161
k=2943: 225058, 306762, 393732
k=2945: 299610
k=2947: -
k=2949: 242385, 250035, 361335
k=2951: -
k=2953: -

Testing of higher N ranges in progress

 henryzz 2009-03-19 19:34

the 16 ks are now at 100k with these new primes unreserving
[code]420147 73997
323169 74069
640293 75503
581159 77400
654827 77528
594387 77817
581159 78640
422427 79057
537243 79794
835955 84160
835955 84862
640293 84871
420147 85326
594387 87040
835955 96550
640293 96770
[/code]

2041 is tested to 200k with these primes
17, 23, 65, 113, 203, 207, 327, 1547, 2729, 3963, 6563, 6689, 7979, 28179, 60663, 79463, 141323, 156179, 171425

 MyDogBuster 2009-03-20 21:48

K=3775 Tested n=20K - n=500K

Primes:

20233, 122221, 141307, 231721, 231715, 309481, 325411

Unreserving

 kar_bon 2009-03-26 02:30

i've updated the Database with (almost) all posts up to here.

exception:
- Alexanders 2145k-candidates

will be done next.

 MyDogBuster 2009-03-28 02:19

Reserving the following k's from n=400k to n=1MM.

5055, 5085, 5115, 5145, 5175, 5205, 5235, 5265, 5295, 5325, 5415, 5475, 5505, 5565, 5595, 5625, 6015, 6045, 6075, 6135, 6225, 6255,
6315, 6345, 6405, 6495, 8775, 8805, 8835, 8865, 8895, 8925, 8955, 8985

kar_bon: Reservations done!

 amphoria 2009-03-30 22:23

Reserving k=6203-6299 except k=6225 and k=6255 from n=400k to n=600k.

kar_bon: Reservations done!

 Thomas11 2009-03-31 13:54

Reserving the following 25 k's from n=[B]20k[/B] to n=500k:

2011, 2013, 2019, 2025, 2027, 2031, 2037, 2045, 2049, 2067,
2071, 2079, 2091, 2097, 2103, 2121, 2127, 2133, 2139, 2149,
2157, 2163, 2181, 2191, 2193

 PCZ 2009-04-01 15:59

k*2^n-1, k=2927-2953, n=400K-600K

k=2927: -
k=2929: -
k=2931: 584103
k=2933: 466692
k=2935: -
k=2937: 555062
k=2939: -
k=2941: 416993, 526493
k=2943: 448416
k=2945: 436732, 546922
k=2947: -
k=2949: 412111, 500481
k=2951: -
k=2953: -
Testing of higher N ranges in progress

 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.

 Thomas11 2009-05-27 09:17

[QUOTE=Dougal;174894]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.[/QUOTE]

Note, that I already tested all k=10000-30000 up to n=20000. kar_bon should already have the data...

 gd_barnes 2009-05-27 09:51

[quote=Dougal;174894]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.[/quote]

Good luck getting all of that listed Karsten! :smile:

 Dougal 2009-05-27 10:51

i was talking to karsten and he never mentioned that you had that range done.i have it testing at the minute,and i wont have access to the computer till monday so looks like il be doing alot of double checking.

 kar_bon 2009-05-27 12:12

sorry, Thomas is right!

i wasn't aware of the data anymore.

if i'm right there're about 208000 primes for 10000<k<30000 and 0<n<20000.

i really need another system to import/display those great amount of primes!

 Thomas11 2009-05-27 12:56

[QUOTE=kar_bon;174973]if i'm right there're about 208000 primes for 10000<k<30000 and 0<n<20000.[/QUOTE]

You are right: 208068 primes and 3736 twin primes.

 cipher 2009-05-27 21:02

[quote=kar_bon;174973]

i really need another system to import/display those great amount of primes![/quote]

I agree. :) better system is needed.... still waiting on the confirmation for the gap for 10^7 to 10^8 see if i missed any. If not so i can move on to 10^8 to 10^9.

thanks
cipher

p.s: I know you are busy kar_bon... take your time.

[quote] Kar_bon move tp 10^8 and 10^9 and if you missed one, i inform you then

thanks for the help![/quote]

Will do...

 kar_bon 2009-05-27 21:06

move tp 10^8 and 10^9 and if you missed one, i inform you then

thanks for the help!

 gd_barnes 2009-05-29 23:57

Karsten,

I'm reserving all k=100K to k=100M for n=1 to 100. I want to see how many primes and twins there are. I'll send you all of them when I'm through.

It will be interesting to see which k has the most primes by n=100.

For completeness, I'm hoping that you can get all of the k's and primes shown on your pages in the next 1-2 months along with their respective Nash weights, # of primes, for each, etc.

Gary

 kar_bon 2009-05-30 08:10

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;175273]Karsten,

I'm reserving all k=100K to k=100M for n=1 to 100. I want to see how many primes and twins there are. I'll send you all of them when I'm through.

It will be interesting to see which k has the most primes by n=100.
[/QUOTE]

i've got k=100000-200000 with n=0-20000, so no need for this range.

[QUOTE]
For completeness, I'm hoping that you can get all of the k's and primes shown on your pages in the next 1-2 months along with their respective Nash weights, # of primes, for each, etc.
[/QUOTE]

if no efforts will be done on the (now) three (RPS,NPLB,FreeDC) Riesel-projects, i got enough time to do so!

otherwise this have to be done later or in another matter (perhaps downloadable).

BTW:
i will not mark them reserved by you, is that ok for you? :grin:

 gd_barnes 2009-06-04 05:27

Now that's funny. You actually thought I was going to do such a ridiculous range. I was trying to get an "oh my gish" reaction out of you. :big grin::missingteeth:

Do you know how much time it would take for you to list all k's, # of primes, and Nash weights for k=100K-100M?

Let me put it this way: Could you verbally count up to nearly 50 million in any reasonable time frame?

Perhaps I'm underestimating you. Do you have a completely automated way to format all of those lines for k's on your pages and list their primes? Listing the primes would not be so hard to automate. Automating the showing of weights, # of primes, etc. along with appropriate coloration for low weight, high weight, 15 k's, etc. would be very difficult.

You can breath easy now. lol

:smile: Gary

 kar_bon 2009-06-04 05:48

[QUOTE=gd_barnes;175836]Do you know how much time it would take for you to list all k's, # of primes, and Nash weights for k=100K-100M?
[/QUOTE]

list like the others is not the great problem, i think.
display them or better put this html-page on screen for someone with only ISDN connection would be a livetime job :grin:
so as i said, a downloable (zip) file would be better!

[QUOTE]
Let me put it this way: Could you verbally count up to nearly 50 million in any reasonable time frame?
[/QUOTE]

done! with a computer i can count much higher! :grin::grin:

[QUOTE]
Perhaps I'm underestimating you. Do you have a completely automated way to format all of those lines for k's on your pages and list their primes? Listing the primes would not be so hard to automate. Automating the showing of weights, # of primes, etc. along with appropriate coloration for low weight, high weight, 15 k's, etc. would be very difficult.
[/QUOTE]

to put an LLR-output file in the table-format i'm using for my html-pages, i can say: yes, i do! (counting # of primes and listing them with some constant data like contributor, date, search-range it's no problem).
i've not yet done this for nash-weight and colorations, and marking twins/SG of course.

 Dougal 2009-06-08 10:35

all k's from 10000-100000 have been tested to n=10000.there is 830000 primes in that range.im now taking the same k range to n=20000.

 PCZ 2009-06-14 22:56

Karsten

Why are K's 2927 through 2953 now marked down to NPLB ?
I am actively working on those numbers and DID NOT release them.

kar_bon:
changed reservation to PCZ and NPLB (for doublecheck), reservation by individual.
will change res. by project, if PCZ completed his range.

 PCZ 2009-06-14 23:55

Thanks see there yellow again.
I will be posting a 800k to 1M report, followed by 200k intervals up to 2M.
LLR tests are in progress near 900k and a sieve for 1M to 2M has been started.

 Thomas11 2009-06-15 10:53

k*2^n-1, k=2011-2193, n=20K-95K, as reserved in post [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=167439&postcount=43"]43[/URL]. Releasing those 25 Ks to NPLB...

k=2011: --
k=2013: 34544, 66240, 67940, 85286, 86246
k=2019: 24877, 32825, 32959, 34576, 42497, 52817, 53467, 56064, 59677, 67264, 77844
k=2025: 36219, 48117, 58147, 59595, 93609
k=2027: 73676, 91680
k=2031: 35875, 49802, 63542, 67049, 75305, 82894, 84535
k=2037: 20516, 25137, 28874, 31557, 34193, 38574, 80225
k=2045: 21986, 37448, 41980, 77128
k=2049: 25243, 29063, 29557, 32411, 33743, 38031, 67164, 69855, 73384, 85171
k=2067: 25374, 32304, 32536, 52281, 58081, 67936, 80776, 85620
k=2071: 23003, 25525, 28707, 29069, 64285, 66075
k=2079: 34785, 52507
k=2091: 27791, 48579, 64587, 68863
k=2097: 35180, 37821, 50798, 59918, 65036, 73032, 75174, 79326
k=2103: 20343, 24552, 27804, 30556, 31770, 31948, 48888, 49926, 64698, 86716, 93402
k=2121: 26457, 35102, 55765, 63625, 80659, 93398
k=2127: 23281, 24896, 25504, 27586, 40856, 43744, 44786, 47177, 65116, 69016, 72582
k=2133: 22738, 32494, 46207, 46363, 59368, 67131, 71587, 73007, 76612
k=2139: 25893, 30395, 32528, 44075, 57860, 58937, 89055
k=2149: 37677, 40529, 49631, 53323, 60285
k=2157: 35012, 35977, 39001, 44045, 49718, 60196, 61114, 75508, 85582
k=2163: 21475, 28459, 50568, 90058, 91968
k=2181: 21959, 37890, 47093
k=2191: 47447, 66671
k=2193: 40287, 41352, 43519, 53254, 54675, 58632, 64350, 74790, 84850, 91090

[b]kar_bon:[/b] thanks for the status, primes inserted!

 gd_barnes 2009-06-18 07:32

Karsten,

For any k's that NPLB is only effectively double-checking for k=2000-3400/n=425K-600K because they are already searched to nearly n=600K or higher, if they have been previously reserved at the higher limits by someone else, I would suggest showing them as ONLY reserved by that other person at the current time.

The only exceptions to that rule (which should be rare) are: (1) If the other person is only searching the k to n=500K (or up to somewhere between 425K<n<600K) and stopping. (2) If the other person is only searching to n<425K and stopping. In those cases, then the k's should be shown as reserved by both the other person and NPLB.

Once we near n=600K, we should take another look at existing reservations to make sure everything is in order so that there is no misunderstanding.

Thank you,
Gary

 Svenie25 2009-06-27 17:19

To make it offical now, I will work on k=9941. It s a nice low-weight k, so that there are not to many test. I will report regularly about the progress and other things to report.
The first chuink is going from 0<n<1M. I know, it is tested up to 10k, but there are only a few test and it is a small doublechek for me.^^

Thanks Karsten for the tipps and hints.

 Svenie25 2009-07-03 01:40

k=9941

It is tested up to 500K.

Primes found for n=22(c), 238(c), 2062(c), 6382(c).

c - confirmed prime

 MyDogBuster 2009-07-09 16:01

Interim results:

All k's being continued to 1M

8145 ---- 448953
8235 ---- 483521, 531486
8325 ---- 442221, 477028, 517351
8385 ---- 460097
8445 ---- 372709, 525823
8475 ---- 483095, 494479, 515071
8685 ---- 514658
8745 ---- 370068, 447093
9015 ---- 435418
9105 ---- 379902
9285 ---- 466079, 489367
9315 ---- 542607
9345 ---- 455480, 481642
9405 ---- 457391, 462192, 464507, 532343
9435 ---- 524209
9465 ---- 446993, 549515
9525 ---- 441666, 443854, 465183
9555 ---- 450829, 471641, 533522
9585 ---- 418230, 480781, 549120
9615 ---- 481062, 500034, 527772, 537551,,991347
9675 ---- 460198, 485702
9705 ---- 539608
9735 ---- 453867, 499021, 525696
9765 ---- 474343, 489156
9785 ---- 439604, 470862
9855 ---- 473889
9885 ---- 475162
9975 ---- 496816
26565 --- 457815
58695 --- 470697, 545442
102765 -- 483523, 503386

 amphoria 2009-07-22 17:11

Status

k=6203-6299 at n=500k. Primes found listed [URL="http://www.amphoria.co.uk/primes/primes2c.html"]here[/URL].

k=9999 at n=600k. Primes found listed [URL="http://www.amphoria.co.uk/primes/primes2c.html#k9999"]here[/URL].

kar_bon: inserted. BTW: you missed 2 primes for k=6293 on your page.

 MyDogBuster 2009-08-28 10:29

Interim results:

All k's being continued to 1M

8175 ---- 560870
8235 ---- 585037
8505 ---- 571814
8655 ---- 557506
8745 ---- 586965
9315 ---- 596943
9405 ---- 555812, 576564, 582386
9435 ---- 574701
9495 ---- 570824
9555 ---- 588124, 592349
9645 ---- 568861
9675 ---- 571753
9765 ---- 595454
9855 ---- 585497
9885 ---- 558268, 564947, 565447, 582319
9945 ---- 573035
16995 --- 578073
26565 --- 581356

 henryzz 2009-08-29 11:15

time to update
19921109 is tested up to 565k with no new primes
56627 is tested to n=530k and has two new primes:
56627*2^495648-1
56627*2^496028-1
2041 is tested to n=546k and has 2 new primes:
2041*2^526919-1
2041*2^530985-1
4267 is tested to n=559k with no new primes

 henryzz 2009-09-28 06:31

time to update
19921109 is tested up to 601k with no new primes
56627 is tested to n=550k with no more new primes
2041 is tested to n=587k with no more new primes
4267 is tested to n=610k with no new primes

 amphoria 2009-12-12 18:16

[QUOTE=amphoria;167338]Reserving k=6203-6299 except k=6225 and k=6255 from n=400k to n=600k.[/QUOTE]

Testing to n=600k is complete. I found 58 primes.

These k's are unreserved.

 amphoria 2009-12-12 18:18

Reserving k=4003-4199 from n=500-700k.

 Zuzu 2009-12-31 15:47

Reservations and results for k*2^n-1:
k=2081, n=50k-200k: No prime found
k=2231 and 2237 : Reserve for 50k-200k

 kar_bon 2010-01-01 01:00

[QUOTE=Zuzu;200451]Reservations and results for k*2^n-1:
k=2081, n=50k-200k: No prime found
k=2231 and 2237 : Reserve for 50k-200k[/QUOTE]

this will be a doublecheck then!

see [url=http://www.rieselprime.de/NPLB/Drives/NPLB_Drive12A.htm]NPLB Drive 12A[/url] and the NPLB-Project thread [url=http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=12276]here[/url].

please have a closer look at [url]www.rieselprime.de[/url] for more details which k-values are worth searching for and not reserved/done by others.

 Zuzu 2010-01-01 23:32

Double checking k=2081,2231,2237 n=50-200k

[QUOTE=kar_bon;200492]this will be a doublecheck then!

see [url=http://www.rieselprime.de/NPLB/Drives/NPLB_Drive12A.htm]NPLB Drive 12A[/url] and the NPLB-Project thread [url=http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=12276]here[/url].

please have a closer look at [url]www.rieselprime.de[/url] for more details which k-values are worth searching for and not reserved/done by others.[/QUOTE]

Thank you for the information. I took my information from [url]www.rieselprime.de[/url] but oops, I didn't realise that most k's were assigned to NPLB when nobody other had already reserved. So the up-to-date information is supposed to be in NPLB. But, for given k's and a given n range, is there a simple means to get it without having to browse through loads of messages :razz: ?
However I intend to send the PRP residue files as soon as I've finished the 3 k's. By default I would send it to you. Or should I send it to another (e.g. NPLB admin) ? Thank you.

Happy New Year and best wishes

Yves (aka Zuzu)

 kar_bon 2010-01-02 00:47

I'm trying to keep the data current, but the last months there's much work to do because of real life!

The RieselDatabase is the best place to find information of a special k and n-range done or reserved. See the data-section on the site for a k-value in mind. Most k's < 8000 are reserved by 3 projects. There're also pages for special n-values like n=666666 from PrimeGrid.

Another hint to find some info. is the Top5000 page where you can search for a k-/n-value or a special prime [url=http://primes.utm.edu/primes/search.php]here[/url].

If you need more tips, send a PM to me.

And it's ok, you can send your results to me.

Happy hunting!

 Zuzu 2010-01-04 01:38

Results k=2081,2231,2237, n=50-200K

[QUOTE=kar_bon;200578]

And it's ok, you can send your results to me.

Happy hunting![/QUOTE]

Just sent you the residues in a separate email but forgot to mention I used LLR 3.7.1c
The results are as expected vs NPLB Drive 12:
For n from 50 to 200K:
- no prime for k=2081
- 1 prime for k=2231, n=115338
- 2 primes for k=2237, n=60356 and 75500.

Yves

 MyDogBuster 2010-04-05 05:10

Intrim Results

All k's being continued to n=1M

5055 ---- 558470, 597643
5085 ---- 511179, 554438, 614974, 621473
5115 ---- 504969
5175 ---- 583818
5295 ---- 560451
5415 ---- 522888, 569198
5475 ---- 544546
5595 ---- 606976
5625 ---- 505053
6315 ---- 537394, 550115
6345 ---- 518989
8805 ---- 503967, 509234
8835 ---- 591437
8895 ---- 606725
8925 ---- 537587
8955 ---- 525723, 531741

 MyDogBuster 2010-04-05 05:13

Intrim Results

All k's being continued to n=1M

8145 ---- 647829
8175 ---- 659613
8235 ---- 698748
8325 ---- 603486, 628429
8445 ---- 621095
8475 ---- 620629, 627923, 642804, 671179, 698680
8625 ---- 686146
9105 ---- 621563, 632565
9285 ---- 600797
9315 ---- 639067
9405 ---- 660339,,995003
9435 ---- 603169
9495 ---- 645744, 679668, 708122
9525 ---- 616921, 649969
9585 ---- 679821
9615 ---- 639317
9645 ---- 629861, 719062
9675 ---- 623026
9705 ---- 661245, 671940
9735 ---- 648636
9765 ---- 705330
9795 ---- 706575
9855 ---- 665009
9885 ---- 705307, 711737
9945 ---- 633726,,994111
16995 --- 658680, 697105, 709813
26565 --- 617734, 641266, 713816
58695 --- 651444, 691129, 708822
102765 -- 623247, 717571
3015015 - 669753

 grueny 2010-08-02 12:21

reserving k=

1003323
1030185
1030227
1035779
1053875
1066197
1071495
27114615

kar_bon: k-values inserted; primes for k=1030185 and 1071495 for n=1 to 50k received by mail inserted, too.

 rajula 2010-08-06 21:27

Just to try out srsieve I sieved for k=11413 a range for n from 20K to 1M. If I read correctly, nobody is working on that k. Even if sieving such a small range would be inefficient, I'll amuse myself a bit more and test (at least some of) the candidates remaining after the sieving.

So, reserving k=11413.

kar_bon: reservation set!

 henryzz 2010-08-07 07:53

[quote=rajula;224315]Just to try out srsieve I sieved for k=11413 a range for n from 20K to 1M. If I read correctly, nobody is working on that k. Even if sieving such a small range would be inefficient, I'll amuse myself a bit more and test (at least some of) the candidates remaining after the sieving.

So, reserving k=11413.

kar_bon: reservation set![/quote]
For that size range you should be changing to sr1sieve before testing.

 rajula 2010-08-07 08:23

[QUOTE=henryzz;224367]For that size range you should be changing to sr1sieve before testing.[/QUOTE]

I did switch to sr1sieve (just didn't write it in my post :smile:) and stopped sieving at 4T - I guess bit further would have been better if I were to test the whole range.

 rajula 2010-08-11 14:13

An update on k=11413. It is now tested to n=650'000.

The new primes are

n= 28575, 31463, 39359, 45387, 60563, 94123, 212275, 236023, 325599, 330435

I will still continue with it and post here when I decide to release it. By the way kar_bon, you may change (rajula) to T. Rajala in the db. :smile:

kar_bon: Done!

 rajula 2010-08-25 12:33

I have tested k=11413 to n=800'000. No new primes found after my last post. I will stop the search here.

kar_bon: Done.

 amphoria 2010-08-25 18:57

[QUOTE=amphoria;198649]Reserving k=4003-4199 from n=500-700k.[/QUOTE]

Extending my reservation (except k=4153) to n=800k.

 Lennart 2010-10-10 22:28

I am reserving those k's

5671
5673
5675
5677
5679
5681
5683
5685
5687
5689
5691
5693
5695
5697
5699

Lennart

kar_bon: Reservation listed.

 henryzz 2010-10-14 17:22

time to update
19921109 is tested up to 700k with no new primes
56627 is tested to n=700k with no new primes
2041 is tested to n=700k with no new primes
4267 is tested to n=700k with no new primes
prpnet results are always available if wanted(sieve files for matching up might not be)

kar_bon: updated

 Lennart 2010-10-24 16:16

I am reserving 3 k's 5715 5745 5775

Lennart

kar_bon: updated

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