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 2015-10-25, 21:55 #45 pakaran     Aug 2002 3·83 Posts Thanks. I may have already done those. In any case, I'm done for now. There's quite a few numbers between 1800 and 3000 digits, but I have BOINC work to do, and will leave them to someone with better hardware.
 2015-10-29, 02:54 #46 pakaran     Aug 2002 3718 Posts Doing everything through 2034 digits; should be done by tomorrow evening.
 2015-10-30, 18:48 #47 pakaran     Aug 2002 3×83 Posts Taking through 2412 dd. I don't recall where the optimal point is to go to the next higher sieve size, so to be conservative, if I end up working bigger than that, I'll do a separate run set to 3k dd.
 2015-11-03, 00:19 #48 pakaran     Aug 2002 F916 Posts I'm done for the time being.
 2015-11-11, 19:57 #49 pakaran     Aug 2002 3·83 Posts I'm planning to bite the bullet and do everything below 3k digits.
 2015-11-15, 03:24 #50 pakaran     Aug 2002 3×83 Posts And I'm done. Numbers were appearing faster than I could prove them.
 2015-11-21, 22:32 #51 pakaran     Aug 2002 3×83 Posts I'm going to make another effort at everything below 2100 digits. Thanks to whomever took care of the larger numbers.
 2015-11-28, 02:51 #52 pakaran     Aug 2002 111110012 Posts I am, once again, done. I am not sure where the sheer quantity of numbers right around 1k dd are coming from.
2015-11-29, 05:38   #53
schickel

"Frank <^>"
Dec 2004
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Between the time I finished sieving my latest NFS job and decided which machine to run the LA on after the matrix building, I managed to finish about 1000+ certificates. I'm going to do the LA on my hex-core, so I'm about done with the certificates for a while.
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 Originally Posted by pakaran I am, once again, done. I am not sure where the sheer quantity of numbers right around 1k dd are coming from.
I know "where" (why) but I don't know "who". The greater majority of the certs I just did were all of the form $(10^{320}+m)/n$ or $(10^{1000}+m)/n$. So it looks like someone is just generating 310-320 digit or 980-1000 digit primes for some reason. As of right now there are just over 4,000 PRPs under 3000 digits waiting.

Last fiddled with by schickel on 2015-11-29 at 05:39 Reason: Adding "(" & ")" for clarity

 2015-12-30, 19:38 #54 pakaran     Aug 2002 3·83 Posts Taking (10^3210*58+41)/99 with database ID 1100000000032098915
 2016-01-02, 00:22 #55 pakaran     Aug 2002 3×83 Posts Done, and taking 10^4242-8000000001

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