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Old 2009-06-08, 10:35   #67
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all k's from 10000-100000 have been tested to n=10000.there is 830000 primes in that range.im now taking the same k range to n=20000.
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Old 2009-06-14, 22:56   #68
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Karsten

Why are K's 2927 through 2953 now marked down to NPLB ?
I am actively working on those numbers and DID NOT release them.


kar_bon:
changed reservation to PCZ and NPLB (for doublecheck), reservation by individual.
will change res. by project, if PCZ completed his range.

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Old 2009-06-14, 23:55   #69
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Thanks see there yellow again.
I will be posting a 800k to 1M report, followed by 200k intervals up to 2M.
LLR tests are in progress near 900k and a sieve for 1M to 2M has been started.
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Old 2009-06-15, 10:53   #70
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k*2^n-1, k=2011-2193, n=20K-95K, as reserved in post 43. Releasing those 25 Ks to NPLB...

k=2011: --
k=2013: 34544, 66240, 67940, 85286, 86246
k=2019: 24877, 32825, 32959, 34576, 42497, 52817, 53467, 56064, 59677, 67264, 77844
k=2025: 36219, 48117, 58147, 59595, 93609
k=2027: 73676, 91680
k=2031: 35875, 49802, 63542, 67049, 75305, 82894, 84535
k=2037: 20516, 25137, 28874, 31557, 34193, 38574, 80225
k=2045: 21986, 37448, 41980, 77128
k=2049: 25243, 29063, 29557, 32411, 33743, 38031, 67164, 69855, 73384, 85171
k=2067: 25374, 32304, 32536, 52281, 58081, 67936, 80776, 85620
k=2071: 23003, 25525, 28707, 29069, 64285, 66075
k=2079: 34785, 52507
k=2091: 27791, 48579, 64587, 68863
k=2097: 35180, 37821, 50798, 59918, 65036, 73032, 75174, 79326
k=2103: 20343, 24552, 27804, 30556, 31770, 31948, 48888, 49926, 64698, 86716, 93402
k=2121: 26457, 35102, 55765, 63625, 80659, 93398
k=2127: 23281, 24896, 25504, 27586, 40856, 43744, 44786, 47177, 65116, 69016, 72582
k=2133: 22738, 32494, 46207, 46363, 59368, 67131, 71587, 73007, 76612
k=2139: 25893, 30395, 32528, 44075, 57860, 58937, 89055
k=2149: 37677, 40529, 49631, 53323, 60285
k=2157: 35012, 35977, 39001, 44045, 49718, 60196, 61114, 75508, 85582
k=2163: 21475, 28459, 50568, 90058, 91968
k=2181: 21959, 37890, 47093
k=2191: 47447, 66671
k=2193: 40287, 41352, 43519, 53254, 54675, 58632, 64350, 74790, 84850, 91090

kar_bon: thanks for the status, primes inserted!

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Old 2009-06-18, 07:32   #71
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Karsten,

For any k's that NPLB is only effectively double-checking for k=2000-3400/n=425K-600K because they are already searched to nearly n=600K or higher, if they have been previously reserved at the higher limits by someone else, I would suggest showing them as ONLY reserved by that other person at the current time.

The only exceptions to that rule (which should be rare) are: (1) If the other person is only searching the k to n=500K (or up to somewhere between 425K<n<600K) and stopping. (2) If the other person is only searching to n<425K and stopping. In those cases, then the k's should be shown as reserved by both the other person and NPLB.

Once we near n=600K, we should take another look at existing reservations to make sure everything is in order so that there is no misunderstanding.


Thank you,
Gary

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Old 2009-06-27, 17:19   #72
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To make it offical now, I will work on k=9941. It s a nice low-weight k, so that there are not to many test. I will report regularly about the progress and other things to report.
The first chuink is going from 0<n<1M. I know, it is tested up to 10k, but there are only a few test and it is a small doublechek for me.^^

Thanks Karsten for the tipps and hints.
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Old 2009-07-03, 01:40   #73
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It is tested up to 500K.

Primes found for n=22(c), 238(c), 2062(c), 6382(c).

c - confirmed prime
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Old 2009-07-09, 16:01   #74
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Interim results:

All k's being continued to 1M

8145 ---- 448953
8235 ---- 483521, 531486
8325 ---- 442221, 477028, 517351
8385 ---- 460097
8445 ---- 372709, 525823
8475 ---- 483095, 494479, 515071
8685 ---- 514658
8745 ---- 370068, 447093
9015 ---- 435418
9105 ---- 379902
9285 ---- 466079, 489367
9315 ---- 542607
9345 ---- 455480, 481642
9405 ---- 457391, 462192, 464507, 532343
9435 ---- 524209
9465 ---- 446993, 549515
9525 ---- 441666, 443854, 465183
9555 ---- 450829, 471641, 533522
9585 ---- 418230, 480781, 549120
9615 ---- 481062, 500034, 527772, 537551,,991347
9675 ---- 460198, 485702
9705 ---- 539608
9735 ---- 453867, 499021, 525696
9765 ---- 474343, 489156
9785 ---- 439604, 470862
9855 ---- 473889
9885 ---- 475162
9975 ---- 496816
26565 --- 457815
58695 --- 470697, 545442
102765 -- 483523, 503386
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Old 2009-07-22, 17:11   #75
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k=6203-6299 at n=500k. Primes found listed here.

k=9999 at n=600k. Primes found listed here.


kar_bon: inserted. BTW: you missed 2 primes for k=6293 on your page.

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Old 2009-08-28, 10:29   #76
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Interim results:

All k's being continued to 1M

8175 ---- 560870
8235 ---- 585037
8505 ---- 571814
8655 ---- 557506
8745 ---- 586965
9315 ---- 596943
9405 ---- 555812, 576564, 582386
9435 ---- 574701
9495 ---- 570824
9555 ---- 588124, 592349
9645 ---- 568861
9675 ---- 571753
9765 ---- 595454
9855 ---- 585497
9885 ---- 558268, 564947, 565447, 582319
9945 ---- 573035
16995 --- 578073
26565 --- 581356
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Old 2009-08-29, 11:15   #77
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time to update
19921109 is tested up to 565k with no new primes
56627 is tested to n=530k and has two new primes:
56627*2^495648-1
56627*2^496028-1
2041 is tested to n=546k and has 2 new primes:
2041*2^526919-1
2041*2^530985-1
4267 is tested to n=559k with no new primes

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