
View Poll Results: Jump to 1 million digits  
Yes please! I am ready to go!  2  28.57%  
No. I would rather carry on from 750k digits  4  57.14%  
I will be joining 321 for 1 million digit tests  1  14.29%  
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20060210, 15:20  #1 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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Jumping to 1 million digit LLR tests
In about month from now Thomas and I will have finished the sieving for 321search to the optimal level of division of 236 trillion. This leave only LLR work from "n" = 2.55 million  That's 0.751.5 million digits.
The purpose of this poll is to guage interest in jumping from our current testing window to tests that have at least 1 million decimal digits. Tests at 1 million digits only takes half as long as they currently do. So an average 321LLR file on a superduper P4 will increase from 5 days to 8 days. (This will be going upto 6 days soon anyway) The primes are rarer at 1 million digits but with sufficient crunching and a little bit of luck we could find something huge in a reasonable amount of time. Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 20060210 at 15:26 
20060321, 23:41  #2 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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I guess we'll continue as we are...

20061114, 07:41  #3 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
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I haven't contributed yet, so my opinion doesn't much matter...
but you could post files from both, let people choose on their own. 15k has done this on a project or two. Most choose the higher range, when presented with the choice, but some like to work on lowest available. curtis 
20061114, 14:03  #4 
Sep 2002
Database er0rr
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Due to the administrive overhead of running two lists, until "the pack" reaches 1 million digits tests around August 2007, I suggest anyone who is interested in testing for one million digit prime tests now emails/pm me.
Last fiddled with by paulunderwood on 20061114 at 14:05 
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