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Old 2010-10-28, 01:54   #12
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I've added a list of all primes found so far in the rally to the first post of this thread. So far we've found two: one on LLRnet by Ian (MyDogBuster) and one on PRPnet by Lennart (sm5ymt).

At this n-level the primes only come every 11,500 tests or so (hard by NPLB standards), but they're nice juicy ones--currently they're coming in around 550th on the top-5000 list.
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Old 2010-10-28, 03:00   #13
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It looks like Jamers (Beyond/James) found one too. 3 already in the rally. Let's keep 'em coming.

In other news, Ian (MyDogBuster) has come on with a large portion of his pharm. This should make the battle between ROLP and PST very interesting this rally.

Exciting times lie ahead!
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Old 2010-10-28, 03:10   #14
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In other news, Ian (MyDogBuster) has come on with a large portion of his pharm. This should make the battle between ROLP and PST very interesting this rally.

Exciting times lie ahead!
Indeed, according to some quick mental calculations I ran I estimate that at this rate ROLP will beat the socks off PST. (Gary+Ian are producing about as much as Lennart, which leaves the battle to the smaller contributors; it looks like those total about 3 quads for ROLP and 1.5 for PST.) Looks like PST will have to start ramping up a bit if they want to beat us this time. Come on guys, you can do it...

Meanwhile, I wonder where Vaughan is? He mentioned he'd be bringing his entire farm this time to challenge Gary. Hey Vaughan, what's up?
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Old 2010-10-28, 12:16   #15
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Meanwhile, I wonder where Vaughan is? He mentioned he'd be bringing his entire farm this time to challenge Gary. Hey Vaughan, what's up?
I was stuck travelling for work. Now I'm back and sorting out the computer room. I'll see what I can do to catchup.
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Old 2010-10-28, 17:27   #16
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Hey, would you know: my initial prediction was right! The sleeping giant did wake up: Free-DC is here! (Well, at least PCZ is--with an output greater than anyone's but Lennart's at this point!) Welcome!

In addition to spicing up the team competitions, this should make things rather interesting on the individual side as well...Vaughan, we know from last time that you can surpass Gary's output by at least 20 pairs/hour or so, but can you beat PCZ?
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Old 2010-10-28, 20:00   #17
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Vaughan will need to exceed me by ~30 pairs/hour from this point forward to overtake me. Bring it Vaughan!

Thanks for joining Brian! Now...if Vaughan joins with his pharm on LLRnet as he usually does, the PRPnet vs. LLRnet software contests starting Sat. and Tues. will be very interesting. PRPnet has been mostly dominating the first day after the 2 were quite close in the last rally.

In other news: With a lot of help from Ian, ROLP has jumped out to a quick 2000 pair lead over PST after the 1st day of processing. Also, the rally found 5 primes the 1st day: 3 new primes have been reported, 1 new one has not been reported, and 1 confirmed a prime previously found.

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Old 2010-10-29, 22:18   #18
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With Brian and Vaughan having brought their pharms to the foray, it looks like LLRnet has an edge on PRPnet right now after PRPnet started strongly. There's still time for the PRPnet folks to add more cores before the LLRnet vs. PRPnet contest that starts in ~21 hours.
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Old 2010-10-29, 23:13   #19
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Exclamation Note on prime crediting

Just as a reminder to all folks participating in the rally: we have switched to a new sieve file, sieved to p=75T+, for all n>945K. If you find a prime for n>945K, you will need to report it with a NEW proof code credited as "[your name], Srsieve, Psieve, NPLB, LLR". The Psieve part is new since we used ppsieve in the creation of this new sieve file.

All primes below n<945K, of coures, should still be reported with the old "[your name], Srsieve, NPLB, LLR" codes.
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Old 2010-10-31, 03:19   #20
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In the LLRnet vs. PRPnet contest that started a little over 8 hours ago, LLRnet is running ~100 pairs/hour ahead after a boost from Vaughn around a day ago. It's still pretty close so anything can happen.
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Old 2010-11-01, 02:27   #21
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In the LLRnet vs. PRPnet contest from Sat. at 14:00 CDT to Sun. at 14:00 CDT (19:00 GMT-19:00 GMT):

LLRnet defeated PRPnet 20,685 to 16,814.

LLRnet was boosted by a fairly hefty increase in pairs processed by Vaughan and Jamers during the timeframe. Thanks guys!

Way to go LLRnet folks!

We'll have another contest the last 24 hours of the rally.
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Old 2010-11-01, 23:22   #22
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I have to start moving my core now.

I will do some tests on Boinc to get it optimized.


I think we did a real big bunch off candidates


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