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 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-26, 14:32 Replies: 747 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 96,574 Posted By rogue I can probably sieve this deeper after I complete... I can probably sieve this deeper after I complete sieving the current conjectures I am working on.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-26, 00:51 Replies: 7 Views: 236 Posted By rogue In other words 1, 6, 7, and 8 are "luck of the... In other words 1, 6, 7, and 8 are "luck of the draw", but the other goals are well defined. Double-checking will require a lot of consideration. The main question is "what gets double-checked?". ...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-25, 13:59 Replies: 7 Views: 236 Posted By rogue :thumbs-down: You have no idea as to the... :thumbs-down: You have no idea as to the level of effort for what you have listed. You have contributed nearly nothing to the project, so your opinions shouldn't be considered.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-24, 15:47 Replies: 423 Views: 82,841 Posted By rogue 100G < k < 110G completed to n = 50000. Primes... 100G < k < 110G completed to n = 50000. Primes attached. With this submission S3 is now complete to n=50000. I am done with S3 (for now).
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-24, 04:57 Replies: 747 Sticky: Sieving for CRUS Views: 96,574 Posted By rogue Switch to the latest srsieve2cl for a 10% speed... Switch to the latest srsieve2cl for a 10% speed boost.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-23, 19:01 Replies: 7 Views: 236 Posted By rogue Potential 2023 Project Goals Bass upon 2022 project goals, I have some ideas for 2023. I am less familiar with base 2 conjectures, so Gary will have to add those. I have added goals 9 thru 14 because they have millions of fast...
 Forum: Lounge 2022-11-22, 23:25 Replies: 0 Views: 75 Posted By rogue Black Friday Beers Anyone else here who will hit their local breweries/liquor stores for Black Friday beers?
 Forum: Software 2022-11-22, 23:24 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Sorry about that. I should have added your name... Sorry about that. I should have added your name to CHANGES.txt. I will update that soon. The divisible by d sequences need work. I laid out in one of these threads the conditions that must be...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-22, 18:29 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue I have still not been able to test the CPU... I have still not been able to test the CPU changes as I have been busy, but I have uploaded mtsieve 2.3.5 and all executables to sourceforge. Here are the changes: framework: Added...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2022-11-20, 17:14 Replies: 423 Views: 82,841 Posted By rogue 80G < k < 90G completed to n = 50000. Primes... 80G < k < 90G completed to n = 50000. Primes attached.
 Forum: FermatSearch 2022-11-19, 16:22 Replies: 242 Sticky: Reservations Views: 87,796 Posted By rogue I have sieved to 1e14 and have started testing. ... I have sieved to 1e14 and have started testing. There are just under 7e8 terms remaining. My current estimate for completion is mid to late January as the tests are taking longer than originally...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-18, 18:09 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue I have confirmed the 10% improvement in the... I have confirmed the 10% improvement in the OpenCL performance. This is due to choosing a better code path when inserting into the hash table. I was sieving over 3600 at a time. I have not...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-18, 13:17 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue SethPro, did you output the number of collisions... SethPro, did you output the number of collisions vs inserts in the hash table from those tests? Maybe there are opportunities to sizing the hash table better.
 Forum: Software 2022-11-18, 13:15 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue I'm not certain why it does that. After these... I'm not certain why it does that. After these changes are integrated I will delete any standalone exe files in sourceforge so it should d/l the 7z with all exes.
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 21:59 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue I suggest that you start by sieving the sequence... I suggest that you start by sieving the sequence to 1e8, then continue sieving with the output file that was generated. For example: ./srsieve2 -P1e6 -n1e5 -N2e5 -s"118392*51^n+1" followed...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 19:43 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Is suggest testing with 1, 10, 10, and 1000... Is suggest testing with 1, 10, 10, and 1000 sequences. You can generate sequences or you can use the CRUS page to find sequences that will provide more meaningful results. Use -n1e5 -N2e5. You can...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 14:08 Replies: 526 Views: 120,200 Posted By rogue I think this is a question for George. The gwnum... I think this is a question for George. The gwnum library is starting and managing the additional threads.
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 14:06 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Upon review, this is for a single sequence and... Upon review, this is for a single sequence and you have doubled the size of the hash table. Have you done any testing with multiple sequences? I am concerned that the change to GenericGpuWorker...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 13:46 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue This is quite okay and explains the discrepancy. ... This is quite okay and explains the discrepancy. The worksize differs between GPU and CPU so in one case the CPU got the last chunk of work in the other the GPU got it. I won't make any changes...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-17, 00:35 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Any idea why it missed one factor? Any idea why it missed one factor?
 Forum: Software 2022-11-16, 22:19 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Looks like the removal of memset() is where the... Looks like the removal of memset() is where the performance boost comes from. How much of an improvement will likely be compiler specific. The OpenCL code does not use memset(), so it won't gain...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-16, 13:15 Replies: 777 Views: 124,520 Posted By rogue Nice! I do not have a test suite. I typically... Nice! I do not have a test suite. I typically run a set of tests with the previous version and the new version to compare results. If invalid factors are found or factors are missed, then I need...
 Forum: Software 2022-11-15, 14:04 Replies: 526 Views: 120,200 Posted By rogue Using -od only outputs the decimal expansion to... Using -od only outputs the decimal expansion to the console, but you should be able to use > on the command line to redirect the output to a file, e.g. pfgw64 -od input.txt > decimal.txt. ...
 Forum: Science & Technology 2022-11-15, 00:05 Replies: 3,031 Views: 356,189 Posted By rogue NEW RESEARCH FINDS A DISTURBING PATTERN OF... NEW RESEARCH FINDS A DISTURBING PATTERN OF DISCRIMINATION AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF STEM (https://www.inverse.com/science/poc-women-in-physics) How Digital Technology Is Helping Decode the Sounds...
 Forum: FermatSearch 2022-11-14, 13:21 Replies: 242 Sticky: Reservations Views: 87,796 Posted By rogue Taking n 15001-15999 with k 160e6-200e6. So... Taking n 15001-15999 with k 160e6-200e6. So nice that gfndsieve runs in multiple threads. Have sieved to 1e13 in about 12 hours. Have about 744e6 terms remaining and need to sieve more deeply...
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