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 dave_0273 2004-03-27 07:58

Status of p-1....

Each time the new status files come out from now on, I will post a new status report of how mersenne-aries is going. My original idea was to start from 13M and clear out all the exponents that haven't been p-1 tested ahead of the leading edge of double checking. However, since then I have become a little more confident (mostly due to my new P4) and have decided to start at 12.3M instead.

Anyone who want to help out is more than welcome to. Just reserve one of the blocks of exponents that I have posted and put it at the top of your worktodo.ini file. However, I must warn those of you who wish to join that p-1 testing, when done properly, requires a lot of RAM. Therefore, if you have less that 250mb of RAM allocated to prime95, I would suggest that this isn't the type for you. This is because most of the factors that are found by p-1 testing are found during stage 2. Therefore, if you only have a small amount of RAM allocated (eg 50mb) you will be missing factors that really should have been found.

 dave_0273 2004-03-27 08:01

Status using the 16th March Status Files

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 7
9 130
10 489
11 2066
12 3699
13 1043
14 904
15 972
16 1021
17 1107
18 1199
19 1485
20 1015
21 355
22 146
23 44
24 0[/CODE]

Same as above, but 12-14M is broken up into 0.1M ranges

[CODE] 12.0 393
12.1 411
12.2 448
12.3 325
12.4 417
12.5 354
12.6 351
12.7 327
12.8 375
12.9 298
13.0 75
13.1 80
13.2 125
13.3 126
13.4 158
13.5 104
13.6 76
13.7 125
13.8 98
13.9 76[/CODE]

 dave_0273 2004-03-27 08:19

Status using the 27th March status files..

Status broken up into 1M ranges...

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 6
9 105
10 390
11 1701
12 3329
13 933
14 904
15 972
16 1020
17 1103
18 1197
19 1490
20 1033
21 383
22 159
23 79
24 0[/CODE]

12-14M broken up into 0.1M ranges

[CODE] 12.0 393
12.1 411
12.2 448
12.3 0
12.4 372
12.5 354
12.6 351
12.7 327
12.8 375
12.9 298
13.0 13
13.1 32
13.2 125
13.3 126
13.4 158
13.5 104
13.6 76
13.7 125
13.8 98
13.9 76[/CODE]

As you can see, I have cleared out all exponents in the 12.3-12.4M range. I am about halfwayish through 12.4-12.5M. Also, the majority of the 13.0-13.2M range has also been cleared out. The 45 that are still there are assigned through mersenne-aries and should be finished soon.

Now that I have decided to start at 12.3M instead of 13.0M, I will now post some lower ranges to p-1 factor.

I do realise that there are a lot of exponents in the 11-12M range, however seeing as these are on primenet already, I think that we should leave them alone. When double checking hits the 12.3M range, it should speed up slightly. 1) Because they are already p-1 tested so a slower computer doesn't have to run a lengthy p-1 test. 2) We should be able to clear out about 4% of exponents by finding factors.

 dave_0273 2004-04-12 08:21

Status using the 12th April status files.

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 2
9 81
10 301
11 1213
12 2856
13 838
14 904
15 972
16 1020
17 1102
18 1197
19 1496
20 1049
21 416
22 184
23 108
24 0[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1M NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 393 0
12.1 411 -22
12.2 348 -100
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 -372
12.5 354 0
12.6 351 0
12.7 327 0
12.8 375 0
12.9 297 -1
13.0 0 -13
13.1 0 -32
13.2 75 -50
13.3 126 0
13.4 158 0
13.5 104 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 125 0
13.8 98 0
13.9 76 0[/CODE]

The 13.0-13.2M range has now been completely cleared out. The 12.3-12.5M range has also been completely cleared out. I am curently working on the 12.2-12.3M range and should be finished in about a weeks time.

 dave_0273 2004-04-21 04:35

Status using the 20th April status files.

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 1
9 74
10 261
11 837
12 2678
13 788
14 904
15 971
16 1019
17 1103
18 1197
19 1498
20 1059
21 439
22 200
23 124
24 0[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE]0.1MRANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 393 0
12.1 411 0
12.2 170 -178
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 354 0
12.6 351 0
12.7 327 0
12.8 375 0
12.9 297 0
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 25 -50
13.3 126 0
13.4 158 0
13.5 104 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 125 0
13.8 98 0
13.9 76 0[/CODE]

This week was a pretty slow week for mersenne-aries. Most of my computers were helping out LHM so I didn't get a whole lot of p-1 work done. The 12.2-12.3M range is done, I just have to submit it.

Everything up to 12.5M is now on primenet available for doublechecking. I don't think that it is a good idea to work manually on ranges that are currently on primenet (due to the fact that work may be duplicated), so 12.0-12.2 will remain untouched by mersenne-aries. However, there are a number of people using the semi-automated method of p-1 testing so these exponents may still get p-1 tested yet.

As soon as I have finished my work with LMH, I will start work on the 12.5-12.6M range.

If you would like to help out mersenne-aries, just reserve on the of blocks of work in the forum by posting in it. However, I would suggest letting prime95 use a large amount of RAM so that proper bounds can be run during stage 2.

 dave_0273 2004-04-30 04:05

Status using 29th April status files

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 1
9 56
10 207
11 684
12 2558
13 788
14 904
15 970
16 1018
17 1103
18 1198
19 1499
20 1069
21 451
22 217
23 139
24 0[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 393 0
12.1 411 0
12.2 60 -110
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 354 0
12.6 351 0
12.7 317 -10
12.8 375 0
12.9 297 0
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 25 0
13.3 126 0
13.4 158 0
13.5 104 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 125 0
13.8 98 0
13.9 76 0[/CODE]

A bit of a slow week for mersenne-aries. However, I have now finished up my LMH work and all my computers are now back to p-1 testing. I have finished the 12.2-12.3M range (it has been for some time now) I am just having troubles getting to the computer to get the results file. I am about a third the way through the 12.5-12.6M range. It will probably take me about another 2 weeks to finish.

 dave_0273 2004-05-12 11:21

Status using 5th May, 2004 status files.

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 1
9 43
10 185
11 507
12 2083
13 788
14 904
15 970
16 1018
17 1103
18 1198
19 1499
20 1077
21 461
22 226
23 163
24 2[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 389 -4
12.1 405 -6
12.2 59 -1
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 -354
12.6 351 0
12.7 207 -110
12.8 375 0
12.9 297 0
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 25 0
13.3 126 0
13.4 158 0
13.5 104 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 125 0
13.8 98 0
13.9 76 0[/CODE]

I just finished off the 12.5-12.6M range. I am now working on the 12.6-12.7M range. However, there will be a slow down now because of the FFT change that kicks in at 12.65M. The entire 12.7-12.8M range is now posted on the forums. The majority of it I think is assigned but there are still 4 more blocks of 50 to finish off that range.

 dave_0273 2004-05-27 05:19

Status using the 26th May status files...

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 1
9 40
10 170
11 302
12 1649
13 780
14 899
15 967
16 1016
17 1103
18 1200
19 1505
20 1084
21 471
22 236
23 176
24 19[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1M RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 389 0
12.1 405 0
12.2 59 0
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 0
12.6 0 -351
12.7 124 -83
12.8 375 0
12.9 297 0
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 25 0
13.3 126 0
13.4 156 -2
13.5 101 -3
13.6 76 0
13.7 124 -1
13.8 97 -1
13.9 75 -1[/CODE]

I just finished off the 12.6-12.7M range. 12.7-12.8M is now all assigned through the forum. I am currently working the 12.8-12.9M range and should be finished in about 2 weeks. The 12.9-13.0M range is now on the forum. The majority has already been reserved but there are still a few blocks left. We have to keep moving though because the leading edge of double checking is catching up to us much quicker than I thought that it would. The manual check-in page is now working again so if anyone has results that need to be submitted, you will be able to do that now.

 dave_0273 2004-06-05 09:25

Status using the 4th June status files.....

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 0
9 37
10 134
11 265
12 1171
13 771
14 899
15 967
16 1016
17 1105
18 1200
19 1506
20 1087
21 479
22 244
23 196
24 42[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1M RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 376 -13
12.1 404 -1
12.2 59 0
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 0
12.6 0 0
12.7 31 -93
12.8 275 -100
12.9 26 -271
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 16 -9
13.3 126 0
13.4 156 0
13.5 101 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 124 0
13.8 97 0
13.9 75 0[/CODE]

I am still working on the 12.8-12.9M range and should be finished in just over a weeks time. 12.7-12.8M and 12.9-13.0M is now all assigned through the forum and except for the 50 or so exponents, is just about finished. Ranges from 13.2M-13.5M are now available through the forum.

 dave_0273 2004-06-13 14:52

Status using 12th June 2004 status files

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M CHANGE
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 0
9 35
10 110
11 226
12 844
13 738
14 899
15 967
16 1019
17 1105
18 1199
19 1502
20 1083
21 485
22 245
23 207
24 55[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-14M. For example, 12.2 represents the range of 12.2M to 12.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1M RANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 333 -43
12.1 348 -56
12.2 51 -8
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 0
12.6 0 0
12.7 2 -29
12.8 110 -165
12.9 0 -26
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 0 -16
13.3 109 -17
13.4 156 0
13.5 101 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 124 0
13.8 97 0
13.9 75 0[/CODE]

The 110 exponents in the 12.8-12.9M range I have almost finished working on and I would expect to submit them within the next 2 days. There is just the 2 exponents left in the 12.7-12.8M range so I would expect them to also be completed by the time the next status files come out. 13.3-13.5M is now available through the forum.

We seem to have finished just in time, as I would expect everthing up to 13M to be released on primenet (just a guess - not gospel). It is also good to see that we have made significant process into the 13-14M exponents. I don't see a problem with keeping ahead of the leading edge of double checking if we keep up this pace.

 dave_0273 2004-06-24 13:09

Status using 22nd June status files...

The first column is the range. For example, 8 represents 8M to 9M. The second column is the number of (unverified) exponents that haven't been p-1 tested.

[CODE] M NUMBER
1 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 0
9 33
10 72
11 195
12 572
13 645
14 899
15 967
16 1015
17 1103
18 1199
19 1501
20 1083
21 492
22 248
23 222
24 67[/CODE]

Same as above, but each range is only 0.1M and only showing from 12M-15M. For example, 13.2 represents the range of 13.2M to 13.3M. The third column shows the change in the number of exponents compared to the last status files.

[CODE] 0.1MRANGE NUMBER CHANGE
12.0 319 -14
12.1 233 -115
12.2 20 -31
12.3 0 0
12.4 0 0
12.5 0 0
12.6 0 0
12.7 0 -2
12.8 0 -110
12.9 0 0
13.0 0 0
13.1 0 0
13.2 0 0
13.3 51 -58
13.4 121 -35
13.5 101 0
13.6 76 0
13.7 124 0
13.8 97 0
13.9 75 0
14.0 60 ?
14.1 78 ?
14.2 82 ?
14.3 82 ?
14.4 71 ?
14.5 81 ?
14.6 136 ?
14.7 104 ?
14.8 109 ?
14.9 96 ?[/CODE]

Well, we were just in time. Everything up to 13M went on primenet just as we finished up the file couple of remaining p-1 tests. Everything up to 14M is now posted in the forum. I think that there are just 2 blocks left in the 13-14M range to be assigned. As soon as they are taken, I will start posting ranges in the 14-15M range. I would like to thank everyone who helps in mersenne-aries work. Since its start, we have saved hundreds of doublechecks from having to be done.

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