20050813, 09:29  #1 
Nov 2003
3622_{10} Posts 
Help Us Keep Our Lead By Number of Found Primes
The "15k Search" project is currently leading "by number" of found primes reported to Top5000 but PIES, the project ranked second is just a few primes behind. You can follow the current status here.
Now, although we alredy have presieved candidates for two k's: k=210885 and k=2995125705 we are opening this page with smaller numbers where primes are more likely to appear. Please consider testing some of the files below. If you are already processing numbers mentioned above, lowweight, or k*2^n1, k<300 for k%15!=0 please consider switching to these smaller numbers for a week or so. If you find a prime please report it to Top5000 using your "15k" prover's code. The candidates for the first k=355424355 listed below have been kindly provided by lsoule. If you want to test one of the files please state so in a reply to this thread. Current status, k=355424355 Code:
Range Tested by 1  10,000  15k Search  Complete  66 primes found 170,000  270,776  lsoule  Complete  4 primes found 270,777  271,000  Kosmaj  Complete 271,000  282,000  segmtfault  Complete  1 prime found, n=271110 282,000  285,000  Templus  Complete 285,000  288,000  Cruelty  Complete 288,000  291,000  Templus  Complete  1 prime found, n=290670 291,000  297,000  lsoule  Complete 297,000  300,000  segmtfault  Complete 300,000  306,000  Cruelty  Complete 306,000  309,000  Dougy  Complete 309,000  312,000  lsoule  Complete 312,000  315,000  segmtfault  Complete 315,000  318,000  CedricVonck  Complete 318,000  321,000  Kosmaj  Complete  2 primes: n=318718, 320339 321,000  324,000  CedricVonck  Complete 324,000  327,000  segmtfault  Complete 327,000  330,000  lsoule  Complete  1 prime found, n=328396 330,000  336,000  CedricVonck  Complete 336,000  339,000  Cruelty  Complete 339,000  360,000  segmtfault  Complete  1 prime found, n=359268 360,000  363,000  Kosmaj  Complete 363,000  364,409  Templus  Complete 364,415  366,000  Kosmaj  Complete 366,000  369,000  lsoule  Complete 369,000  372,000  nibble4bits  Complete 372,000  381,000  Battlemaxx  Complete  1 prime found, n=373422 381,000  384,000  lsoule  Complete  1 prime found, n=382662 384,000  396,000  Battlemaxx  Complete 396,000  402,000  grobie  Complete 402,000  408,000  lsoule  Complete 408,000  417,000  Battlemaxx  Complete 417,000  420,000  segmtfault  Complete 420,000  423,000  grobie  Complete 423,000  429,000  lsoule  Complete 429,000  438,000  Battlemaxx  Complete 438,000  441,000  lsoule  Complete 441,000  444,000  segmtfault  Complete 444,000  447,000  lsoule  Complete 447,000  450,000  segmtfault  Complete 450,000  453,000  Joshua2  Complete 453,000  459,000  lsoule  Complete  1 prime found, n=456781 459,000  462,000  lsoule  Complete 462,000  465,000  segmtfault  Complete 465,000  468,000  Joshua2  Complete 468,000  471,000  lsoule  Complete 471,000  477,000  Battlemaxx  Complete 477,000  480,000  lsoule  Complete 480,000  483,000  Joshua2  Complete 483,000  489,000  Battlemaxx  Complete 489,000  495,000  lsoule  Complete 495,000  498,000  Joshua2  Complete 498,000  500,000  segmtfault  Complete Consider running in the First RPS Team Drive Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20051120 at 12:00 
20050813, 10:05  #2 
Jun 2004
2×53 Posts 
I'll be taking 282to285.txt. Each candidate takes about 300 seconds to complete, so with 520 candidates it will be 156000 seconds ~ 2600 minutes ~ 44 hours of nonstop computing. I'll consider that as a small week for my part

20050813, 10:12  #3 
May 2005
652_{16} Posts 
taking 285to288

20050813, 23:45  #4 
Nov 2003
2·1,811 Posts 
Congrats to segmtfault who already found the first prime based on k=355424355
BTW, I'll be away on a short vacation for about 3 days without Internet connection, so please reserve the ranges based on messages in the thread, and take care not to run an alrady reserved range 
20050815, 06:19  #5 
May 2005
2·809 Posts 
285to288 complete, no primes

20050816, 10:18  #6 
Jun 2004
2·53 Posts 
282 to 285 completed, no primes found
reserving 288 to 291 
20050816, 18:16  #7 
Nov 2004
California
2^{3}·3·71 Posts 
Reserving 291294

20050816, 18:48  #8  
Bamboozled!
May 2003
Down not across
2^{3}·3^{3}·47 Posts 
Quote:
Paul 

20050818, 02:16  #9 
Nov 2003
E26_{16} Posts 
xilman,
No problems! If you change your mind and decide to join us later you are welcome at any time. Happy hunting of whatever primes you select to search. Last fiddled with by Kosmaj on 20050818 at 02:22 
20050818, 02:21  #10 
Nov 2003
E26_{16} Posts 
All right guys, I'm back, and I just updated the status above. I see there were no new primes for this k, but thanks to new primes reported by lsoule, VBCurtis, and Templus we are still leading by 3 primes. Let's try to find a few more primes and keep our lead a little bit longer.

20050818, 03:37  #11 
Nov 2004
California
2^{3}·3·71 Posts 
291294 complete, no primes.
Taking 294297. 
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