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Old 2013-04-19, 11:02   #65
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Originally Posted by Thomas11 View Post
There might also be a similar procedure for NewPGen, but I haven't tried yet...
NewPGen -> Services -> Sieve across several machines -> Duplicates
fill in
- the sievefile-name (npg-format)
- number of machines/files you need
- range of primes to sieve

It will create several files in npg-format with different p-startingpoints in the header.

After sieving you can combine all result-files with
NewPGen -> Services -> Sieve across several machines -> Merge.
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