20090608, 10:35  #67 
Jan 2009
Ireland
BA_{16} Posts 
all k's from 10000100000 have been tested to n=10000.there is 830000 primes in that range.im now taking the same k range to n=20000.

20090614, 22:56  #68 
Jun 2006
Chertsey Surrey UK
166_{16} Posts 
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. Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 20090614 at 23:23 
20090614, 23:55  #69 
Jun 2006
Chertsey Surrey UK
2·179 Posts 
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. 
20090615, 10:53  #70 
Feb 2003
3564_{8} Posts 
k*2^n1, k=20112193, n=20K95K, 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! Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 20090615 at 11:37 
20090618, 07:32  #71 
May 2007
Kansas; USA
3×3,449 Posts 
Karsten,
For any k's that NPLB is only effectively doublechecking for k=20003400/n=425K600K 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 Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 20090618 at 07:32 
20090627, 17:19  #72 
Aug 2008
Good old Germany
8D_{16} Posts 
To make it offical now, I will work on k=9941. It s a nice lowweight 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. 
20090703, 01:40  #73 
Aug 2008
Good old Germany
3·47 Posts 
k=9941
It is tested up to 500K.
Primes found for n=22(c), 238(c), 2062(c), 6382(c). c  confirmed prime 
20090709, 16:01  #74 
May 2008
Wilmington, DE
2^{2}·23·31 Posts 
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 
20090828, 10:29  #76 
May 2008
Wilmington, DE
2852_{10} Posts 
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 
20090829, 11:15  #77 
Just call me Henry
"David"
Sep 2007
Cambridge (GMT/BST)
3^{3}×7×31 Posts 
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*2^4956481 56627*2^4960281 2041 is tested to n=546k and has 2 new primes: 2041*2^5269191 2041*2^5309851 4267 is tested to n=559k with no new primes Last fiddled with by henryzz on 20090829 at 11:42 
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