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Old 2021-02-13, 07:33   #6
bur
 
Aug 2020

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VBCurtis, yes, I'm using sr1sieve which was the fastest among the various srsieves for this task. Good advice to feed candidates from the sieve to LLR testing. I guess I would remove all those candidates that are faster to LLR than to sieve?

And a general question, sometimes the LLR task will have to be interrupted (updates, etc). Is there a better way to continue afterwards than manually checking lresults for progress and removing those numbers from the LLR input file? Can it somehow check automatically which numbers are already tested in lresults?


kar-bon, of course you're right. Fortunately, I only missed it when copying from my excel sheet and not a genuine miss. Still a bit embarassing... ;)

Since I can't edit the original post anymore, here's the updated version of the table:

Results
Code:
For n < 1 000 000

n =          digits

     2            7 (not a Proth)
   142           49
   202           67
   242           79
   370          118
   578          180
   614          191
   754          233
  6430         1942
  7438         2246
  7894         2383
 10474         3159
 11542         3481
 45022        13559
 46802        14095
 70382        21194
 74938        22565
367310       110578
485014       146010
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