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Old 2015-06-24, 16:41   #34
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Reserving 10000000 - 10009999
Complete, 2 results.

Reserving 10010000 - 10019999
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Old 2015-06-24, 18:31   #35
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Complete, 2 results.

Reserving 10010000 - 10019999
Noted, thank you.
The first pair also has an isotopic pair associated to it. So in total three cycles are discovered. None of them are in Pat's list.
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Old 2015-06-24, 21:44   #36
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Yes, there are several dozens amicable pairs already found in my range. It seems that lower values of n have higher chances of success.
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Noted, thank you.
The first pair also has an isotopic pair associated to it. So in total three cycles are discovered. None of them are in Pat's list.
I would like to maintain a list of amicable pairs discovered in the first/second post and also add your non-trivial timing runs to the reservation list along with the number of successes.
Could you post the pairs that you found in your timing runs along with the run they came from?
I also could do with a way of finding isotopic pairs.
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Old 2015-06-25, 05:28   #37
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Reserving 10010000 - 10019999
Complete, 1 result.

Reserving 10020000 - 10029999
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Old 2015-06-25, 09:13   #38
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I would like to maintain a list of amicable pairs discovered in the first/second post and also add your non-trivial timing runs to the reservation list along with the number of successes.
Could you post the pairs that you found in your timing runs along with the run they came from?
I also could do with a way of finding isotopic pairs.
For range 0, in total 221 pairs were found (including isotopic ones), 112 of them are new. Some of them could already be discovered by Andrew, but his data is not on Pat's list, so I can not check.
For range 10, 72 pairs were found, 42 of them new.
For range 100, 21 pairs were found, 13 new.
For range 1000, 5 pairs were discovered, 3 of them new.
No pairs were found for 10000, 100000, 1000000, 10000000.

Since I also tested the program when I ran that ranges, an output can slightly differ from the current one.
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Old 2015-06-25, 12:09   #39
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The latest bunch Pat processed ends with 1826256438746476, I'll post here when they are finished. Looking at his numbers by size list we should be able to get the 16 digits more than 15 digits soon and hopefully a lot bigger! It looks very likely the 16 digit total will be over 100,000 (it seems to increase by at least 2.2 times for the last few jumps)
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Old 2015-06-25, 16:13   #40
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I mistyped a range. I didn't catch it until it found a new cycle so I let it run for a complete 1000.
I corrected the filename to show the range it covered.

2033000-2033999
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Old 2015-06-25, 16:35   #41
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Reserving 10020000 - 10029999
Complete, 1 result.
(I'm splitting the range between two cores only attaching file with results)

Reserving 10030000 - 10039999
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Old 2015-06-25, 17:42   #42
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I mistyped a range. I didn't catch it until it found a new cycle so I let it run for a complete 1000.
I corrected the filename to show the range it covered.

2033000-2033999
No problem. Please let me know if you want to be named differently to RichD when I send the pair to Pat.
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Old 2015-06-25, 21:38   #43
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You can list my name that way or grab it off the NFS@Home post-processing page. Either way is fine.

20.0M to 20.4M-1 is complete, 13 8 results.

I'll take another block. 20.4M to 20.8M-1.

Edit: The last five are from the next range.
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Old 2015-06-26, 10:17   #44
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You can list my name that way or grab it off the NFS@Home post-processing page. Either way is fine.

20.0M to 20.4M-1 is complete, 13 8 results.

I'll take another block. 20.4M to 20.8M-1.

Edit: The last five are from the next range.
Wow, that was fast. I guess you ran several instances of a program in parallel and then merged all results in one file?
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