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Old 2009-02-18, 23:45   #23
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Reserving 2145k candidates 2336-2441. I plan to test those to 1M, or at least to 100K. They are already done to 20K.

10544249 is done to 616K, no new primes.


Normally, I don't like to get personal, but... My Life Is A Disaster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is nothing good left for me anymore. I am wondering if I should even continue to live.



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Old 2009-02-19, 06:59   #24
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Reserving the following k's to 1MM.

8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655, 8685, 8745, 9015, 9105, 9345, 9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615, 9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975

16995, 26565, 58695

102765

3015015, 5169615

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Old 2009-02-19, 10:12   #25
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Reserving 2145k candidates 2336-2441. I plan to test those to 1M, or at least to 100K. They are already done to 20K.

10544249 is done to 616K, no new primes.


Normally, I don't like to get personal, but... My Life Is A Disaster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is nothing good left for me anymore. I am wondering if I should even continue to live.



-Sad5214
???
2145k candidates from 2336 to 2441? there's none!
15k candidates are there (pink), but mostly reserved by RPS!
which candidates you meant?

why are you sad? no primes found?
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Old 2009-02-19, 22:32   #26
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No, personal problems. I have found many primes.

2145k candidates with indices 2336 to 2441. 10019295, etc.

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No, personal problems. I have found many primes.

2145k candidates with indices 2336 to 2441. 10019295, etc.

-Alexander
understand you right?

k=10019295 to k=10469745 (106 high weight k's) upto n=1.0M?

only to n=100k it's months of work!
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Old 2009-02-20, 23:23   #28
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Yes, that is correct. I have big dreams. I am currently at 23500.

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Old 2009-02-22, 20:29   #29
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2043 is now at 290.5k with these primes:
226582, 239668, 241196, 263444

2308121 is tested to 1M with no primes

i have sieve files for 2232007 and 2308121 upto 2M sieved 4T.
does anyone want them?

the 17 ks i am taking up to 100k are up to 51.7k with these many primes:

62967 (13) 1, 34, 208, 265, 1645, 2929, 5773, 9169, 10657, 10837, 12066, 16429, 30936
192797 (32) 10, 14, 18, 26, 36, 40, 46, 60, 78, 80, 110, 168, 290, 526, 784, 828, 1244, 1468, 2188, 4816, 6956, 9494, 9954, 10738, 17894, 18958, 18994, 20528, 20724, 23796, 34114, 38724
230753 (38) 6, 22, 24, 36, 38, 52, 82, 90, 136, 144, 210, 318, 336, 378, 384, 420, 434, 526, 628, 646, 666, 726, 1122, 1290, 1294, 1312, 1608, 1914, 2682, 4014, 10314, 11032, 12138, 17898, 22410, 24036, 26966, 44130
237123 (25) 6, 15, 35, 60, 82, 96, 127, 154, 155, 420, 422, 494, 542, 627, 866, 1315, 2907, 2932, 6639, 9055, 9866, 9982, 10835, 27604, 27899
237915 (38) 2, 4, 8, 16, 28, 38, 39, 40, 45, 64, 134, 268, 310, 416, 559, 568, 585, 629, 702, 898, 908, 1099, 1144, 1315, 1569, 1692, 1711, 2117, 2186, 2902, 3810, 5908, 11874, 13484, 14106, 14709, 17909, 36966
323169 (48) 3, 9, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 25, 31, 37, 39, 48, 61, 69, 97, 99, 137, 159, 248, 249, 312, 320, 377, 403, 591, 1248, 1333, 1445, 1627, 2041, 2877, 3079, 4921, 5945, 6633, 6928, 8533, 13985, 16063, 16483, 21291, 21629, 25056, 30669, 34077, 35541, 47664, 50733
420147 (39) 6, 21, 30, 61, 64, 96, 110, 146, 150, 206, 232, 261, 325, 372, 422, 660, 714, 856, 864, 874, 1286, 1596, 1702, 2406, 2892, 5374, 6546, 6550, 7234, 9146, 10020, 17325, 18070, 21206, 29477, 30165, 31452, 32637, 33261
422427 (50) 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 25, 33, 34, 40, 41, 44, 49, 57, 60, 65, 70, 110, 180, 185, 194, 264, 329, 353, 368, 420, 714, 814, 869, 1104, 1140, 1145, 1440, 1468, 1604, 1825, 2205, 2210, 2368, 5409, 5752, 5889, 10292, 14510, 14841, 15710, 22484, 29264, 30868, 37260, 50308
537243 (29) 16, 20, 24, 34, 90, 96, 107, 144, 194, 216, 278, 438, 599, 654, 1604, 1790, 1835, 2900, 3055, 3294, 3510, 4696, 6030, 10398, 10715, 14146, 15083, 37135, 49444
548249 (4) 40, 352, 3816, 7336
581159 (13) 8, 20, 32, 48, 56, 96, 100, 548, 912, 7088, 8852, 18660, 40808
594387 (31) 16, 17, 33, 53, 61, 80, 128, 150, 165, 241, 290, 497, 985, 1326, 1384, 1553, 1813, 2425, 2445, 2525, 3426, 4558, 6064, 7541, 8162, 8534, 9938, 32985, 37505, 44037, 49462
640293 (47) 7, 18, 19, 24, 32, 43, 47, 64, 74, 80, 95, 100, 103, 110, 115, 132, 151, 158, 160, 198, 203, 378, 498, 644, 1044, 1204, 1431, 1874, 2152, 2160, 5191, 6899, 8667, 9567, 11155, 12295, 12962, 12987, 13347, 16658, 17811, 20084, 22300, 32587, 33504, 45614, 48350
654827 (21) 4, 8, 18, 28, 32, 74, 88, 306, 386, 444, 602, 812, 842, 2008, 2024, 2908, 4050, 5284, 6642, 22260, 43172
835955 (15) 14, 34, 82, 338, 610, 1130, 1360, 1510, 2186, 2194, 4294, 6446, 8674, 26558, 30050
914187 (21) 1, 20, 50, 166, 181, 329, 337, 382, 2008, 2834, 2858, 3073, 5308, 7484, 7969, 8969, 11368, 19468, 30200, 41861, 44488
944007 (22) 8, 22, 28, 37, 142, 146, 257, 289, 541, 1013, 1112, 1370, 1489, 1913, 3940, 10277, 12128, 19061, 29978, 35642, 39052, 40717

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Old 2009-02-24, 10:54   #30
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Yes, that is correct. I have big dreams. I am currently at 23500.

-Alexander

How many cores are you running on this and what is their speed?

Even on new machines, your reservation is likely 20+ CPU years of work. I'm fairly certain that my 10 quads would take at least 6 months to complete it, i.e. 20 CPU years.

BTW, I've read not to ignore people when they threaten their own life or make such statements as you did. Seriously, are you OK? I'm sure we could get you a # to a counseling hot line that could help you if you would like some help.

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Old 2009-02-24, 10:56   #31
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RPS have already started working on 2925 so mark it down to them.
I will fill in between 2925 and 2955 that RPS are doing.

So in addition to the k's i have already reserved please add the following
2939, 2941, 2943, 2945, 2947, 2949, 2951, 2953.

Ah, filling in the holes left behind. That's music to my ears!
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Old 2009-02-24, 11:02   #32
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Reserving the following k's to 1MM.

8145, 8175, 8235, 8325, 8385, 8445, 8475, 8505, 8625, 8655, 8685, 8745, 9015, 9105, 9345, 9285, 9315, 9405, 9435, 9465, 9495, 9525, 9555, 9585, 9615, 9645, 9675, 9705, 9735, 9765, 9795, 9855, 9885, 9945, 9975

16995, 26565, 58695

102765

3015015, 5169615

Oh, cool! You're taking k=102765. That's one that I took up to n=400K as one of my first effort's in prime searching. It's also the one that I found my first top-5000 prime on: 102765*2^333354-1; barely above the 100's of n=333333 primes that were at the bottom of top-5000 at the time. There were so many of them that it came in at 3797th place.

I also took k=16995 and 26565 up to n=400K at the same time.

That is some serious work! Good luck!


Gary

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Old 2009-02-25, 11:38   #33
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2043 is now at 300k with no more primes unreserving

the 17 ks i am taking up to 100k are up to 73.5k with these new primes:
Code:
323169 52411
237123 56522
237915 57538
420147 57981
640293 58364
323169 60465
422427 60612
237915 60640
594387 61210
420147 64064
420147 64446
420147 65040
422427 65601
835955 69868
230753 69922
581159 71292
422427 73308
i am now going to start taking 56627 and 73065 up to 360k
also i am going to fill in the gap on 2041 and take that to at least 500k

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