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2010-06-23, 09:50   #45
gd_barnes

May 2007
Kansas; USA

1059310 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Flatlander Not being pushy but "sieve file available" has not yet been flagged for the following: S259 S335 S341 S401 R334 R347 Just trying to avoid a(n unlikely) repetition of work. Stop adding more 1k-ers! lol
I only add that comment when I update the web pages with the sieve file, otherwise it'll get missed in one place or the other. I think you'll find that those are not yet posted on the web pages.

It seems like every time I go out of town for a week is the time that people decide to unload the very most possible amount of work or work that takes the most amount of time to administer.

Stop sieving so many files. lol

 2010-06-27, 03:23 #46 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 32·11·107 Posts Ian, Please don't write "sieve file available, see web pages" in the 1st post here for newly sieved files until I've had a chance to load them all to the pages. Otherwise, it's going to mislead someone or I will miss uploading them. I will update that at the same time that I upload them. I'm just now getting to the myriads of subtleties that are needed to bring everything up to date on the pages for the last 7-10 days and this is one of them. Thanks, Gary
 2010-06-28, 23:10 #47 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 32·11·107 Posts All 1k bases <= 250 on both sides are now at n>=100K! Great work everyone! We're now going to be working on moving the 2k and 3k bases <= 250 that are currently at n<100K up to n=100K to attempt to find more 1k bases. There is a link to all such bases in the recommended thread.
 2010-07-15, 23:16 #48 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 32·11·107 Posts Ian, When you find time, can you check the lists in the 1st post here vs. Karsten's lists in the proven/1k/2k/3k bases thread? I'm keeping everything updated in all places with my effort on small-conjectured bases lately but we do need to balance things like that from time-to-time. With so many updates recently, now is as good a time as any. Perhaps Karsten could create/run a script to output only the 1k bases in vertical format that also shows their k remaining to assist in the balancing process with the 1st post here. Gary Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2010-07-15 at 23:19
2010-07-16, 00:48   #49
MyDogBuster

May 2008
Wilmington, DE

1011001001002 Posts

Quote:
 When you find time, can you check the lists in the 1st post here vs. Karsten's lists in the proven/1k/2k/3k bases thread?
I check it in the this weekend. Doctor appointments all day tomorrow. YUCK

 2010-07-16, 10:06 #50 kar_bon     Mar 2006 Germany 55628 Posts Here's the output from my slightly changed script proven/1k/2k/3k for 1ker's and their k-values and test-ranges: Code: Riesel bases: 22 3656 (450K) 23 404 (570K) 26 115 (400K) 27 706 (600K) 49 2186 (200K) 72 4 (300K) 93 424 (100K) 94 29 (200K) 100 653 (200K) 109 84 (100K) 121 2622 (216.4K) 152 14 (174.3K) 159 172 (100K) 160 116 (100K) 163 254 (100K) 170 2 (100K) 173 22 (100K) 177 64 (100K) 181 168 (100K) 182 43 (100K) 186 12 (100K) 202 8 (112.6K) 214 11 (100K) 221 32 (100K) 233 10 (120K) 234 6 (150K) 258 6 (75K) 272 6 (100K) 275 4 (100K) 321 8 (100K) 328 8 (150K) 333 16 (90K) 334 14 (25K) 347 22 (25K) 353 52 (25K) 362 7 (25K) 363 34 (25K) 368 36 (25K) 373 18 (25K) 398 7 (25K) 401 38 (25K) 402 32 (25K) 417 18 (25K) 425 64 (25K) 433 6 (25K) 470 137 (100K) 480 4 (25K) 493 92 (25K) 514 30 (50K) 533 74 (25K) 548 7 (100K) 549 6 (100K) 563 28 (100K) 566 7 (25K) 581 2 (25K) 582 52 (25K) 597 70 (25K) 608 7 (25K) 611 10 (25K) 620 20 (25K) 628 149 (50K) 636 9 (50K) 650 4 (25K) 662 7 (25K) 665 8 (25K) 666 139 (100K) 668 11 (25K) 679 174 (100K) 684 39 (25K) 688 9 (25K) 692 6 (25K) 695 26 (25K) 702 32 (25K) 724 48 (25K) 729 24 (98.5K) 730 170 (25K) 741 64 (25K) 743 14 (25K) 759 34 (25K) 773 38 (25K) 782 14 (25K) 812 4 (25K) 815 8 (25K) 832 35 (25K) 836 8 (25K) 845 2 (25K) 859 26 (25K) 866 8 (25K) 879 24 (25K) 900 22 (100K) 908 8 (50K) 951 34 (25K) 968 4 (50K) 1019 2 (140K) 1021 174 (50K) 1025 8 (50K) Riesel bases powers 2: Sierpinski bases: 9 2036 (800K) 10 7666 (490K) 12 404 (500K) 17 244 (780K) 27 398 (400K) 33 766 (300K) 43 166 (200K) 72 493 (126K) 86 8 (200K) 87 32 (200K) 101 2 (100K) 118 48 (150K) 122 34 (100K) 155 4 (190.7K) 173 10 (118.5K) 174 4 (152.1K) 182 8 (335K) 183 866 (101K) 185 10 (100K) 187 486 (100K) 189 18 (100K) 200 40 (400K) 204 4 (150K) 208 88 (100K) 217 1356 (60K) 220 27 (100K) 227 18 (100K) 230 4 (100K) 252 27 (100K) 259 64 (50K) 263 8 (100K) 328 27 (50K) 335 4 (25K) 337 168 (25K) 353 8 (77.5K) 386 30 (25K) 401 20 (25K) 402 61 (25K) 405 106 (50K) 406 100 (25K) 409 6 (25K) 414 24 (25K) 417 10 (25K) 425 8 (25K) 426 8 (25K) 428 8 (25K) 440 4 (25K) 458 13 (100K) 461 2 (100K) 476 28 (25K) 480 12 (25K) 482 4 (25K) 496 15 (25K) 497 8 (25K) 501 192 (25K) 516 122 (50K) 550 94 (25K) 574 16 (100K) 582 32 (25K) 605 70 (50K) 626 2 (50K) 635 28 (25K) 643 6 (25K) 650 4 (50K) 677 34 (50K) 679 4 (25K) 683 18 (25K) 701 52 (25K) 702 39 (25K) 731 28 (25K) 736 12 (50K) 743 10 (25K) 758 8 (50K) 780 43 (100K) 781 370 (50K) 784 151 (50K) 797 4 (25K) 803 4 (25K) 828 8 (25K) 836 2 (25K) 844 40 (25K) 845 34 (25K) 866 8 (25K) 870 38 (25K) 879 10 (25K) 893 8 (25K) 898 28 (25K) 914 2 (25K) 917 2 (25K) 919 12 (25K) 930 8 (25K) 934 4 (25K) 935 10 (25K) 939 30 (25K) 968 11 (25K) 983 8 (25K) 1004 2 (100K) 1013 8 (25K) 1026 38 (25K) Sierpinski bases powers 2: 128 40 (761.4K) 512 5 (592.2K) @Gary: - please clean the entry for S122, column 'Remaining k', it's the only one with Code: 

34 (100K)

 Don't know, why direction set to left, it's default! - Feel free to delete this post when checked against post #1. Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2010-07-16 at 10:21 Reason: add S217
 2010-07-16, 10:41 #51 MyDogBuster     May 2008 Wilmington, DE 285210 Posts Karsten, Could you send me a copy of the vertical script. I have a funny feeling this WILL become one of my regular chores. LOL Nice work BTW.
 2010-07-16, 20:02 #52 MyDogBuster     May 2008 Wilmington, DE 22×23×31 Posts Sierp audit complete. The 1k thread has Sierp 128 and Sierp 512 with very high completion n's but they are not in Karsten list or on the pages. Very strange. S128 is completed to 761.4 and S512 is complete to 592.2 according to the 1k table. I'll leave them there till someone determines whats up. S341 is missing from Karsten's table. Last fiddled with by MyDogBuster on 2010-07-16 at 20:04
2010-07-16, 20:12   #53
kar_bon

Mar 2006
Germany

55628 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by MyDogBuster Sierp audit complete. The 1k thread has Sierp 128 and Sierp 512 with very high completion n's but they are not in Karsten list or on the pages. Very strange. S128 is completed to 761.4 and S512 is complete to 592.2 according to the 1k table. I'll leave them there till someone determines whats up. S341 is missing from Karsten's table.
S128 and S512 are in the table from post #53. See bottom.

S341 is missing because the html-code is missing the leading <tr>-code so my script got no point to start with for this base! (after I've looked at the code I was aware why)

Correct the html-codes by hand! Otherwise such scripts don't work!

PS: The Sierpinski-html-code got only this missing <tr>-tag. 3 other lines with double </tr>-tags.
All 4 html-pages cotain plenty of </font>-tags which are not needed.

Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 2010-07-16 at 20:19

 2010-07-16, 20:53 #54 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 32×11×107 Posts Karsten, I will manually remove the direction code for base S122 and see why there is no beginning
for S341. Edit: That direction code existed for S122, S123, and S112, the latter 2 for the list of primes. I removed it from all of them. Edit 2: Now done. Ian, Remember bases 128 and 512 are shown on the powers-of-2 web pages, which is why Karsten had them in a separate list at the bottom. Gary Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2010-07-16 at 21:04
 2010-12-10, 07:16 #55 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 296116 Posts All 1k bases on both sides are now at n>=100K! Nice work mostly by Ian but also a little from others in finishing these off.

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