20220923, 01:23  #518 
"特朗普trump"
Feb 2019
朱晓丹没人草
84_{16} Posts 
I failed download source code from https://sourceforge.net/p/openpfgw/code/HEAD/tree/ by tortoiseSVN!
why it can not download the zip file of source code directly just like GitHub ? 
20220923, 04:26  #519 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
5550_{10} Posts 
Why don't you ask sourceforge, instead of this forum?

20220923, 06:15  #520 
"特朗普trump"
Feb 2019
朱晓丹没人草
2^{2}×3×11 Posts 

20220923, 06:23  #521 
Sep 2011
Germany
3×11×101 Posts 

20220923, 08:54  #522 
"特朗普trump"
Feb 2019
朱晓丹没人草
2^{2}×3×11 Posts 

20221115, 04:47  #523 
Mar 2021
France
52_{8} Posts 
Hi I have a question :
How to get the decimal expression on the console, but only PRP ? I tested with ./pfgw od input.txt but I have all the numbers but I just want the PRP. This is possible ? Thanks :) 
20221115, 14:04  #524 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
5·29·47 Posts 
Using od only outputs the decimal expansion to the console, but you should be able to use > on the command line to redirect the output to a file, e.g. pfgw64 od input.txt > decimal.txt. decimal.txt will only have PRPs in it.
Last fiddled with by rogue on 20221115 at 14:05 
20221117, 08:54  #525  
"Seth"
Apr 2019
473_{10} Posts 
Quote:
With PFGW Version 4.0.1.64BIT.20191203.x86_Dev [GWNUM 29.8] I ran the same 185,000 digit number with T1, T2, and T4 and it took the same wall time but twice and four times as much usertime time (and I saw more cores at 100% utilization) Code:
$ time pfgw64 T1 Cverbose f0 timing.abc PFGW Version 4.0.1.64BIT.20191203.x86_Dev [GWNUM 29.8] (9^259667)/2 is composite: RES64: [10E24C23A947A45F] (0.9759s+0.0001s) (9^518627)/2 is composite: RES64: [F2C9E5065BF0C831] (4.4636s+0.0002s) (9^607607)/2 is composite: RES64: [9F8CAE8CB2B113E5] (6.5107s+0.0003s) (9^693227)/2 is composite: RES64: [B984A003CE68ADF5] (9.2732s+0.0003s) (9^780047)/2 is composite: RES64: [F493F4ACB7AE8514] (10.4510s+0.0004s) (9^862707)/2 is composite: RES64: [7FE53104F6AE236F] (13.3946s+0.0004s) (9^1034157)/2 is composite: RES64: [DD34C02FDF4073D0] (16.1420s+0.0005s) (9^1116537)/2 is composite: RES64: [C527F2956453C4C2] (20.7393s+0.0005s) (9^1204987)/2 is composite: RES64: [C8587138F5CC8CD5] (26.0815s+0.0006s) (9^1293827)/2 is composite: RES64: [17B4C355EC1755C0] (28.6893s+0.0006s) (9^1380527)/2 is composite: RES64: [6D8974E2615AF80D] (36.5331s+0.0007s) (9^1467067)/2 is composite: RES64: [F6E98B47CEE0442A] (37.2141s+0.0008s) (9^1554547)/2 is composite: RES64: [33AC0CC2482A9E55] (39.7199s+0.0009s) (9^1640947)/2 is composite: RES64: [19E66BBE89C9D21F] (47.3960s+0.0009s) (9^1727057)/2 is composite: RES64: [1BDFC63E511C7E0D] (57.2845s+0.0011s) (9^1811627)/2 is composite: RES64: [1C1F11811928AAEE] (55.6043s+0.0010s) (9^1897807)/2 is composite: RES64: [C5E799687A4AA318] (60.1954s+0.0011s) real 8m54.152s user 8m54.168s # With T4 It's slower and takes multiple cores $ time pfgw64 T4 Cverbose f0 timing.abc PFGW Version 4.0.1.64BIT.20191203.x86_Dev [GWNUM 29.8] (9^259667)/2 is composite: RES64: [10E24C23A947A45F] (0.9269s+0.0001s) (9^518627)/2 is composite: RES64: [F2C9E5065BF0C831] (8.4412s+0.0002s) (9^607607)/2 is composite: RES64: [9F8CAE8CB2B113E5] (12.0932s+0.0003s) (9^693227)/2 is composite: RES64: [B984A003CE68ADF5] (17.1319s+0.0003s) (9^780047)/2 is composite: RES64: [F493F4ACB7AE8514] (19.1786s+0.0003s) (9^862707)/2 is composite: RES64: [7FE53104F6AE236F] (23.3000s+0.0004s) (9^1034157)/2 is composite: RES64: [DD34C02FDF4073D0] (16.4805s+0.0005s) (9^1116537)/2 is composite: RES64: [C527F2956453C4C2] (34.9898s+0.0005s) (9^1204987)/2 is composite: RES64: [C8587138F5CC8CD5] (37.4123s+0.0009s) (9^1293827)/2 is composite: RES64: [17B4C355EC1755C0] (34.9322s+0.0008s) (9^1380527)/2 is composite: RES64: [6D8974E2615AF80D] (47.8086s+0.0008s) (9^1467067)/2 is composite: RES64: [F6E98B47CEE0442A] (46.4387s+0.0008s) (9^1554547)/2 is composite: RES64: [33AC0CC2482A9E55] (52.2789s+0.0009s) (9^1640947)/2 is composite: RES64: [19E66BBE89C9D21F] (63.7558s+0.0009s) (9^1727057)/2 is composite: RES64: [1BDFC63E511C7E0D] (65.7027s+0.0010s) (9^1811627)/2 is composite: RES64: [1C1F11811928AAEE] (64.5466s+0.0010s) (9^1897807)/2 is composite: RES64: [C5E799687A4AA318] (84.8338s+0.0011s) real 12m26.290s user 28m56.258s 

20221117, 14:08  #526  
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
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20221117, 19:55  #527 
P90 years forever!
Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL
2^{2}·43·47 Posts 
Depending on the CPU, multithreading isn't even possible until around 250000 bits and isn't really helpful until around 1.3 million bits or more.
For these small numbers you are better off running one pfgw instance for each core. 
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