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status update on R207, tested up to 10k
273 k removed ,514 k left trivia [code] 16*207^78991 is prime 16*207^81991 is prime [/code] going to 15k 
R221
R221 tested n=100K200K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
reserving r193 to 25e3

r214
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r214 tested to 250e3 ; no prime
continuing to 300e3 grueny 
R236
R236 tested n=100K200K  Nothing found
Results emailed  Base released 
I would like to reserve S243 to n=25K

S111 completed to n=100K.
567 cpudays 83750 tests 17 primes 28 k's remain [CODE]10338*111^25865+1 21708*111^28570+1 4010*111^29839+1 18136*111^29877+1 19328*111^32162+1 302*111^34262+1 21232*111^36086+1 17956*111^38418+1 22742*111^41227+1 14986*111^45737+1 10186*111^46494+1 21876*111^52904+1 15856*111^61722+1 20982*111^62178+1 6476*111^64468+1 5132*111^71528+1 20112*111^74776+1 [/CODE] 
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R207, now at 15000, 56 more k removed
going to 20000 
S247
S247 tested n=2.5K25K
360 primes found 260 remain Results emailed  Base released Was on recommended list 
Reserving 4*204^n+1

S215
Reserving S215 to n=25K
On recommended list 
S128/S512
I have completed these to the 900K/700K and am releasing. No prime was found. Very disappointing. I know it was a long shot, but these were the largest numbers I've ever tested and required a lot of resources.
Now back to my original programming, R79. 
[QUOTE=rogue;292422]I have completed these to the 900K/700K and am releasing. No prime was found. Very disappointing. I know it was a long shot, but these were the largest numbers I've ever tested and required a lot of resources.
Now back to my original programming, R79.[/QUOTE] Nice work and that was a lot of it! :smile: Did you have residues that you could send? 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;292495]Nice work and that was a lot of it! :smile: Did you have residues that you could send?[/QUOTE]
Since PrimeGrid is managing base 2 work, I've provided the residues to them. 
Taking R233.

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R207 is now at 20k, 33 more k removed .
releasing R207 
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and here is the file containing the remaining k for 2025000

[QUOTE=firejuggler;293865]R207 is now at 20k, 33 more k removed.
releasing R207[/QUOTE] Why can't you complete to n=25000? 
ok i'll try to get it to 25k, but it won't be quick.
around 72600 test left, 17 seconds for one test if the speed remain the same, that's 342 hours of work. As the speed won't remain it may take even more. 
[QUOTE=firejuggler;293874]ok i'll try to get it to 25k, but it won't be quick.
around 72600 test left, 17 seconds for one test if the speed remain the same, that's 342 hours of work. As the speed won't remain it may take even more.[/QUOTE] Thanks. I was just concerned about leaving the search short of n=25000 as that is the limit that most bases are taken to when they are started. 342 hours just means that you need more horsepower! :big grin: 
[QUOTE=firejuggler;293866]and here is the file containing the remaining k for 2025000[/QUOTE]
You should recheck this file before continuing your search, lest you spend more CPU time than needed. There are 433 k's remaining in the file but there are only 425 k's remaining at n=20K. Balancing: 787 k's remaining at n=2500 273 unique k's with primes for n=250010K 56 unique k's with primes for n=10K15K 33 unique k's with primes for n=15K20K Total: 425 k's remaining at n=20K Gary 
thanks, the issue has been corrected on my end.

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done with R207 to n=25000, 26 more k removed
and here is a recap of all the k found [code] 16*207^78991 368*207^92881 428*207^37881 562*207^45531 760*207^33721 766*207^212941 858*207^57511 1026*207^35381 1028*207^36751 1264*207^87961 1548*207^45831 1808*207^121591 2118*207^42641 2196*207^34901 2458*207^43431 2496*207^29611 2588*207^28431 2682*207^156161 2690*207^35821 2742*207^41481 2820*207^109341 3106*207^135341 3124*207^107011 3286*207^53061 3336*207^30011 3444*207^57841 3468*207^132341 3476*207^84631 3562*207^56201 3886*207^25301 3938*207^60581 3952*207^167641 4006*207^36291 4228*207^121191 4288*207^189701 4312*207^31401 5006*207^37731 5014*207^190761 5134*207^41401 5196*207^79011 5340*207^90131 5398*207^26241 5446*207^175141 5552*207^27051 5590*207^34981 5608*207^37431 5708*207^83591 5786*207^44911 5868*207^31681 5968*207^160511 6042*207^40451 6098*207^86711 6462*207^193931 6694*207^72321 6824*207^103921 6884*207^41931 6896*207^36491 6934*207^157921 7058*207^26181 7254*207^25081 7394*207^104481 7584*207^71871 7604*207^31161 7606*207^42871 7632*207^104731 7916*207^192861 8306*207^206981 8436*207^161261 8490*207^244971 8516*207^27371 9012*207^43081 9178*207^39071 9424*207^36321 9474*207^57481 9626*207^83781 9666*207^171091 9684*207^35401 9868*207^47311 9998*207^123471 10056*207^26311 10074*207^28361 10204*207^43441 10258*207^34111 10360*207^93481 10362*207^31491 10382*207^163521 10386*207^204981 10518*207^58391 10544*207^114771 10630*207^100441 10880*207^33981 10882*207^113131 11006*207^33261 11270*207^39201 11302*207^94171 11346*207^35991 11372*207^34811 11558*207^31151 11764*207^108001 11796*207^50571 12002*207^31181 12050*207^63621 12196*207^55531 12284*207^149481 12310*207^103141 12338*207^46711 12364*207^220671 12434*207^229771 12482*207^28481 12532*207^37041 12566*207^182061 12622*207^105741 12804*207^146841 12896*207^154971 12904*207^38031 13016*207^99861 13064*207^28401 13262*207^47641 13346*207^27631 13350*207^164441 13472*207^135161 13612*207^71771 13654*207^38641 13724*207^26431 13886*207^48271 13888*207^231311 13948*207^27781 13974*207^52041 14022*207^51611 14028*207^29551 14134*207^74711 14182*207^162561 14262*207^79731 14364*207^41921 14452*207^135121 14464*207^36001 14466*207^26341 14478*207^50751 14562*207^176101 14600*207^161431 14636*207^25711 14998*207^171541 15038*207^74791 15484*207^37751 15510*207^56911 15532*207^222161 15534*207^36201 15700*207^38091 15926*207^168051 16074*207^60411 16158*207^55921 16468*207^135671 16594*207^32081 16652*207^29621 16894*207^205481 16902*207^144341 17018*207^194831 17044*207^205771 17082*207^100881 17176*207^40941 17362*207^58891 17382*207^133451 17466*207^130751 17484*207^82401 17538*207^206471 17642*207^43731 18118*207^59341 18174*207^65001 18246*207^81731 18254*207^50281 18434*207^33071 18496*207^25671 18544*207^57131 18908*207^44621 19182*207^28131 19328*207^35721 19330*207^53261 19358*207^99631 19454*207^29231 19678*207^25661 19804*207^147771 19852*207^35131 19902*207^59181 19916*207^112701 19958*207^234861 20190*207^53191 20344*207^25681 20486*207^73861 20526*207^116541 20596*207^40471 20872*207^51901 20906*207^50071 21048*207^43271 21072*207^62941 21088*207^115141 21176*207^32141 21382*207^242881 21384*207^44361 21410*207^89861 21422*207^246081 21620*207^65851 21698*207^204471 21748*207^246481 21914*207^150971 22102*207^51181 22126*207^73531 22140*207^97391 22322*207^29531 22444*207^45811 22464*207^56631 22608*207^55191 22738*207^80271 22786*207^32541 22972*207^85451 22994*207^87441 23020*207^166451 23076*207^102911 23164*207^84521 23328*207^94751 23518*207^57391 23578*207^138081 23594*207^73681 23668*207^25721 23688*207^38791 23776*207^59941 23838*207^140911 23886*207^69781 23958*207^40501 23970*207^121011 23996*207^217291 24336*207^45151 24530*207^25761 24606*207^82631 24704*207^234371 24994*207^127771 25052*207^56371 25292*207^64581 25328*207^168081 25622*207^26341 25702*207^192291 25716*207^25111 25844*207^65791 26038*207^161841 26100*207^63721 26134*207^241431 26222*207^30611 26508*207^156031 26662*207^68481 26714*207^40161 26902*207^25061 26932*207^31451 26950*207^146491 27008*207^38791 27056*207^98301 27078*207^31701 27168*207^29261 27418*207^78271 27484*207^64531 27508*207^209741 27526*207^35541 27560*207^97281 27598*207^202861 27684*207^62111 27778*207^30001 27952*207^34181 27974*207^45531 28088*207^66521 28118*207^99821 28186*207^34051 28262*207^25251 28302*207^48131 28348*207^25271 28456*207^42621 28524*207^55211 28758*207^28921 28848*207^171191 28868*207^27441 28942*207^64961 28952*207^34411 28988*207^237461 29054*207^89881 29134*207^31651 29168*207^70621 29290*207^205111 29304*207^43111 29314*207^176561 29340*207^150581 29418*207^63241 29626*207^83301 29744*207^54431 29898*207^185351 29948*207^57511 29964*207^28241 30068*207^78741 30224*207^27081 30270*207^36411 30278*207^148551 30396*207^26701 30468*207^38471 30494*207^89041 30564*207^52611 30566*207^137911 30594*207^124291 30682*207^35441 30744*207^43241 30746*207^26611 30766*207^48191 30796*207^112061 30816*207^25231 30820*207^71311 30878*207^109841 30906*207^58431 31084*207^41111 31144*207^82241 31396*207^85491 31656*207^76911 31708*207^46111 31728*207^149741 31812*207^86851 31938*207^39641 32266*207^46711 32268*207^128951 32414*207^137011 32646*207^84231 32740*207^71441 32748*207^52911 32930*207^71911 33024*207^45811 33084*207^37401 33096*207^163631 33162*207^64141 33204*207^32921 33252*207^40321 33258*207^39191 33696*207^25851 33762*207^45531 33782*207^58281 33786*207^166501 33972*207^26421 34124*207^114761 34136*207^48331 34274*207^99271 34332*207^86341 34344*207^41721 34386*207^241971 34436*207^39461 34486*207^49711 34504*207^108651 34556*207^40901 34588*207^127221 34686*207^80181 34774*207^140041 34828*207^39351 34834*207^29071 34988*207^57471 35172*207^66091 35270*207^33391 35294*207^47371 35652*207^79761 35688*207^42951 35816*207^104791 35842*207^42211 35942*207^44971 36002*207^210411 36116*207^73591 36334*207^121841 36358*207^37031 36362*207^44531 36622*207^116531 36692*207^128201 36724*207^104961 36794*207^102591 36908*207^49591 37206*207^42621 37214*207^233211 37218*207^26341 37242*207^138541 37244*207^97321 37464*207^34551 37468*207^48511 37486*207^42021 37678*207^32801 37946*207^46541 37984*207^57081 38012*207^76221 38362*207^108681 38388*207^108301 38492*207^65141 [/code] 
Nice work. R207 has 399 k's remaining at n=25K.

S204 complete to 180k, no primes. Continuing to 200k. Will upload files at end of range.

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S182 completed to n=500000 and released. No primes. Residues attached.

if nobody took it, i'll get S223 to 25k (took the sieve file from [URL="http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/crus/sievesierpbase2232.5K25K.zip"]noprimeleftbehind[/URL])

[QUOTE=Mathew;288801]I would like to reserve S243 to n=25K[/QUOTE]
Complete and base is released. Results have been emailed, 264 primes found. 
S215
S215 tested n=2.5K25K
305 primes found 393 remain Results emailed  Base released 
An update on S223, i'm at n=22750.

Taking S235

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done with S223, 447k removed, 553 left
10 highest [code] 47368*223^23487+1 10510*223^24139+1 13560*223^24156+1 20950*223^24159+1 39682*223^24189+1 50812*223^24377+1 5802*223^24509+1 40078*223^24535+1 25276*223^24565+1 32878*223^24679+1[/code] 
status r193
r193 at n=22e3
458 primes 
r214
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r214 at n=300e3 ; no primes
continuing to n=400e3 
I would like to reserve R223 to n=25K.

ETA for S204 is next 48 hrs. What is the contact info for whomever I'm supposed to send residues to?

[QUOTE]What is the contact info for whomever I'm supposed to send residues to? [/QUOTE] Info sent via PM

Reserving S204 to 250k. Up to 200k is prolonged due to worktodo mismatch after deleting already run files and restarting at same line # (~100 candidates erroneously deleted, resieving atm.

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R233 complete to n=200000. No prime. Residues attached. Released.

4*204^n+1
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S204 complete to 200k, continuing to 250k (then 300k if nothing found)
Results attached. :) 
R106
R106 reserved as new to n=10K
These higher ck's (1,626,615) I'll only take to 10K. The goal is to just get them started correctly. 
Reserving R148 for same reason as R45. A year ago I had 7 cores (the fastest was a Core 2 Duo laptop). Today I have 18 working on CRUS, with the slowest an 8core Xeon. I have two more cores, but they are dedicated to the Wieferich search over at PrimeGrid. I hope to add a 4core i7 MacBook Pro by the end of September as I don't have a laptop anymore. What a difference a year makes.

[QUOTE]
Reserving R148 for same reason as R45. A year ago I had 7 cores (the fastest was a Core 2 Duo laptop). Today I have 18 working on CRUS, with the slowest an 8core Xeon. I have two more cores, but they are dedicated to the Wieferich search over at PrimeGrid. I hope to add a 4core i7 MacBook Pro by the end of September as I don't have a laptop anymore. What a difference a year makes. [/QUOTE] That would rate as a mini farm. Have fun.:cool: PS: Enjoy the vacation. 
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;304860]That would rate as a mini farm. Have fun.:cool:
PS: Enjoy the vacation.[/QUOTE] It is half vacation (Yellowstone) and half work. I return home from my vacation on a Saturday then fly to New Jersey the next day. And yes, I intend to thoroughly enjoy it. I have planned a number of things for the kids to enjoy, such as panning for gold (on the way there) and searching for fish fossils (on the way home). Of course the time at Yellowstone will keep us busy as well. My uncle works in the park. I was there in 1987, the year of the fires, and got an guided tour of the park from him. We also intend to see Mt. Rushmore, Devil's Tower, and I hope to see a little of Sturgis. Although I don't drive motorcycles, it should be an interesting experience... 
I've been to all the places you listed. You will love them. Even the kids will enjoy the scenery. When visiting Devils Tower, keep an eye out for giant spaceships. You never know when you might have a close encounter. LOL

R106
Riesel Base 106
Conjectured k = 1626615 Covering Set = 7, 107, 661 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 3(3) and k == 1 mod 5(5) and k == 1 mod 7(7) Found Primes: 737284k's  File emailed Remaining: 1675k's  Tested to n=10K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 883019k's MOB Eliminations: 4635k's  File emailed Base Released 
Reserving S138 & S199 to n=100K.

R106 to 25k
[QUOTE=MyDogBuster;305026]Riesel Base 106
Conjectured k = 1626615 Covering Set = 7, 107, 661 Trivial Factors k == 1 mod 3(3) and k == 1 mod 5(5) and k == 1 mod 7(7) Found Primes: 737284k's  File emailed Remaining: 1675k's  Tested to n=10K  File emailed Trivial Factor Eliminations: 883019k's MOB Eliminations: 4635k's  File emailed Base Released[/QUOTE] Reserving R106 to 25,000. S204 currently at ~229k, fixed own error that increased time ~34%, and began second instance at 240k 
[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307305]Reserving R106 to 25,000. S204 currently at ~229k, fixed own error that increased time ~34%, and began second instance at 240k[/QUOTE]
You sure you want to do R106 to n=25K? That's several CPU years of work. There's a reason Ian (MyDogBuster) only took it to n=10K even though he has many cores. 
Is there any way I could just work on it and report primes w/o having it reserved? I'd be willing to do so and just email someone primes found (ie 1223*106^199011 so far) and/or how far done.

[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307349]Is there any way I could just work on it and report primes w/o having it reserved? I'd be willing to do so and just email someone primes found (ie 1223*106^199011 so far) and/or how far done.[/QUOTE]
It's not the best idea to work on a base without having it reserved. My suggestion: Reserve a small or mediumsized krange such as k<10K or k<100K to n=25K, complete that, and see if you want to do more. That's how we work on hugeconjectured bases such as base 3. For R106, there are 10 k's < 10K and 97 k's < 100K remaining. 97 k's would likely keep you busy for a few weeks even if running 810 cores on it...a couple of months or more on one quad core. When reserving part of a base, it's best to always reserve the lowest k's first and make it a contiguous range. A couple of questions based on the prime that you've already found: Are you doing this one k at a time? How are you sieving? 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;307368]It's not the best idea to work on a base without having it reserved.
My suggestion: Reserve a small or mediumsized krange such as k<10K or k<100K to n=25K, complete that, and see if you want to do more. That's how we work on hugeconjectured bases such as base 3. For R106, there are 10 k's < 10K and 97 k's < 100K remaining. 97 k's would likely keep you busy for a few weeks even if running 810 cores on it...a couple of months or more on one quad core. When reserving part of a base, it's best to always reserve the lowest k's first and make it a contiguous range. A couple of questions based on the prime that you've already found: Are you doing this one k at a time? How are you sieving?[/QUOTE] I'll take k<100k to n=25k. I'm presieving each k separately using NewPGen, then kicking a file over to LLR after the current sieve file is removing less than 1 n per 20 seconds. The first file I LL'd just happened to have a prime :) I noticed one of the files sieved to about 100 candidates, while the rest were more like 8900 at the same depth. Any reason for this? 
[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307376]I'll take k<100k to n=25k. I'm presieving each k separately using NewPGen, then kicking a file over to LLR after the current sieve file is removing less than 1 n per 20 seconds. The first file I LL'd just happened to have a prime :)
I noticed one of the files sieved to about 100 candidates, while the rest were more like 8900 at the same depth. Any reason for this?[/QUOTE] NewPGen is very inefficient and slow for searches on this project, especially for multiple k searches. It is not recommended for any sieving on this project. I would suggest srsieve followed by sr2sieve. You can sieve all of the k's at once for the entire nrange in a rapid fashion. See the first 3 posts in [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=9742"]this thread[/URL] for the software and guidelines for doing searches on this project. Some of the software and instructions may be slightly out of date but still will be very effective at getting you started on searching such a largeconjectured base. One of the k's is just likely very low weight. Which k is it? I don't show that there are any k's that can be removed from the search due to partial algebraic factors on this base. 
[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307376]I'll take k<100k to n=25k. I'm presieving each k separately using NewPGen, then kicking a file over to LLR after the current sieve file is removing less than 1 n per 20 seconds. The first file I LL'd just happened to have a prime :)
I noticed one of the files sieved to about 100 candidates, while the rest were more like 8900 at the same depth. Any reason for this?[/QUOTE] Another thought: I could sieve the 97 k's for k<100K for you. It'd probably take me a day or less to have them all done on 4 cores. I know it takes a little time to get used to the sr(x)sieve series of programs. 
Your offer...
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;307507]Another thought: I could sieve the 97 k's for k<100K for you. It'd probably take me a day or less to have them all done on 4 cores.
I know it takes a little time to get used to the sr(x)sieve series of programs.[/QUOTE] ...would be greatly appreciated. I cannot figure out how to "command" it using the method outlined in posts 13 of that thread. I tried using Command Prompt and then felt like an idiot... P.S. exclude 1223 and 9294. Primes found. 
[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307508]...would be greatly appreciated. I cannot figure out how to "command" it using the method outlined in posts 13 of that thread. I tried using Command Prompt and then felt like an idiot...[/QUOTE]
I'll be out of the house this evening. I'll ask that someone else get you some help. Ian, Mathew, or anyone else who happens to be online this evening, can you get c10ck3r started with sieving using srsieve followed by sr2sieve ? If no one is on, I can help after about 11PM CDT. 
Reserving R161 to n=100K.

I got several "WARNING: 39204*106^n1 has algebraic factors"
can someone confirm? 
Firstly everything is ok. What this really means is 39204 is the same as 198^2, and more candidates for this k can be removed.
Secondly this came from an old version of srsieve, which cannot remove the additional candidates just inform you they exist. A newer version of srsieve will remove these candidates. If you are using Win64Bit see this [URL="http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=295915&postcount=16"]post[/URL] to get the latest version. 
Thanks for the detailed help Mathew. C10ck3r, your sieve file for k<100K should be ready by late Friday afternoon. It's less work than I thought. It's only taking about a day on one core to sieve to optimal depth. This means it should only take you slightly less than 3 CPU weeks or so to test k<100K to n=25K. Splitting up the kranges on all cores of a quad would take you < 1 week.

Mathew has completed R223 to n=25K; 383 primes were found for n=2.5K25K; 536 k's remain; the base is released.

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C10ck3r, attached is the sieve file for R106 for k<100K and n=10K25K optimally sieved to P=120G. I went ahead and sieved all 97 k's. You can remove one k at a time using srfile with the following command:
srfile G d "1223*106^n1" sieverieselbase10610K25K.txt If you have the newer version of srfile, for removal of multiple k's at once, you can refer to a file that has all of the primes that you have already found as in: srfile G d primesfile sieverieselbase10610K25K.txt 
Thank you, sir! Beginning to LLR.

Thus far:
3425*106^100431 61740*106^102031 75722*106^103131 72333*106^106571 1223*106^199011 9294*106^122591 38115*106^108611 All prime, verified on FactorDB. K's removed. 
[QUOTE=c10ck3r;307684]Thus far:
3425*106^100431 61740*106^102031 75722*106^103131 72333*106^106571 1223*106^199011 9294*106^122591 38115*106^108611 All prime, verified on FactorDB. K's removed.[/QUOTE] Adding: 1869 18000 15857 16311 20603 15468 21399 11620 22469 24300 23835 12111 26963 21954 34895 12903 37772 19071 38628 17545 42095 13869 45153 16434 49950 18986 51573 16604 55962 14073 57032 14505 68135 13753 69395 15446 69585 22337 70427 11716 73745 15476 79203 12283 81000 22837 81897 14516 82068 24564 84840 24238 86727 23971 Finished to k=100k n=25k, 34 k's removed 
S235 completed to n=80000 and continuing.
4660*235^33837+1 6786*235^35662+1 7080*235^36163+1 10044*235^47812+1 10914*235^68925+1 6744*235^76960+1 12592*235^77810+1 I had expected more primes in this range. Maybe I'll have more luck before I get to n=100000. 
[QUOTE=rogue;308688]S235 completed to n=80000 and continuing.
4660*235^33837+1 6786*235^35662+1 7080*235^36163+1 10044*235^47812+1 10914*235^68925+1 6744*235^76960+1 12592*235^77810+1 I had expected more primes in this range. Maybe I'll have more luck before I get to n=100000.[/QUOTE] Quick question: Did you happen to notice the two k's (k=8910 & 15636) that had already been tested to n=75K? Did you begin testing those at n=75K? (Or perhaps even double check them starting from n=25K?) I'm asking because I am assuming that [I]all[/I] k's including the above 2 k's are now at n=80K. That is what I am now showing on the pages. 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;308747]Quick question: Did you happen to notice the two k's (k=8910 & 15636) that had already been tested to n=75K? Did you begin testing those at n=75K? (Or perhaps even double check them starting from n=25K?)
I'm asking because I am assuming that [I]all[/I] k's including the above 2 k's are now at n=80K. That is what I am now showing on the pages.[/QUOTE] I tested those two k's as well from n=25000 to n=80000. I emailed you the residues up to n=70000. 
R161 is complete to n=100K; 11 primes were found for n=25K100K shown below; 17 k's remain; base released.
Primes: [code] 674*161^327301 2610*161^341301 2690*161^374281 1144*161^381091 2572*161^416171 800*161^437321 190*161^516831 1600*161^521911 2998*161^773191 2294*161^775421 1754*161^859721 [/code] 
S138
S138 tested n=50K100K
Primes found: 729*138^51521+1 1454*138^54270+1 1066*138^61773+1 772*138^69718+1 1443*138^91820+1 21k's remaining @ n=100K Results emailed  Base released 
I am sieving R106 all k's>100K for n=10K25K to ~optimum depth of P=135G.

I am sieving R151
Lennart 
[QUOTE=Lennart;311958]I am sieving R151
Lennart[/QUOTE] I assume that you are aware that there is a file on the reservation page already sieved for n=250025K to P=50G. It probably needs some more sieving but not a lot; maybe P=150G or 200G. 
R204
1 Attachment(s)
Lost the residues from 200210k, no primes from 200250k. Releasing.

[QUOTE] [B]R204[/B] Lost the residues from 200210k, no primes from 200250k. Releasing.
[/QUOTE] Assuming you meant S204 
So close...FWIW they're only one off from each other in the alphabet...

R198
Reserving R198 to n=100K

Reserving R234 to n=200K.

Reserving S126 (new, ck = 766700) to n = 25k. Expect this to take a while, will provide regular status updates.

1256*148^1589631 is prime!

Lennart has completed R151 to n=25K. 1023 k's were found prime for n=2.5K25K; 810 k's remain; the base is released.

[QUOTE=rogue;313311]1256*148^1589631 is prime![/QUOTE]
Nice top5000 prime! 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;313383]Lennart has completed R151 to n=25K. 1023 k's were found prime for n=2.5K25K; 810 k's remain; the base is released.[/QUOTE]
No I will continue at least to 100k. I also have a sievefile to 1M Lennart 
[QUOTE=gd_barnes;313383]Lennart has completed R151 to n=25K. 1023 k's were found prime for n=2.5K25K; 810 k's remain; the base is released.[/QUOTE]
:sad: When I first saw that, I read it as R51. That would be a nice one (along with S79) to get to n=25000. 
[QUOTE=rogue;313400]:sad:
When I first saw that, I read it as R51. That would be a nice one (along with S79) to get to n=25000.[/QUOTE] [URL="http://mersenneforum.org/showpost.php?p=313401&postcount=1057"]Have no fear![/URL] 
3954*148^1751881 is prime!

r151 status
Is at 40k ~680 k's left Most core on sieving Lennart 
r 151 done to 50k 628 k's left I will continue.
Lennart 
R234 is complete to n=200K; no primes found for n=150K200K; base released.
I have posted a fully sieved file for n=200K400K. 
Reserving S213 to n=50K.

Reserving R218, S214, and S218 to n=200K.

r151 status
Is at 62k ~580 k's left Lennart 
S213 is complete to n=50K; 1 prime found for n=25K50K shown below; 26 k's remain; extending reservation to n=100K.
Prime: 1338*213^33282+1 Pitiful! Expectation was 6 primes. :no: 
R148 complete to n=200000. Residues sent to Gary. No new primes since last report. Base released

Lennart has completed R151 to n=70K; 60 primes were found for n=50K70K; 568 k's remain; the base is released.

status r214
r214 at n=368e3 ; no primes

S214 is complete to n=200K; no primes found for n=100K200K; 2 k's still remain; base released.

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