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Old 2005-12-16, 07:32   #1
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Question Linux llrnet questions

I just started my first PSP test using the Linux llrnet client.

First, I noticed it says it is based on LLR version 3.5.0. Isn't 3.6.2 faster?

Second, a typical output line looks like this:

168451*2^1741500+1 , bit: 239000 / 1741517 [13.78%
. Time per bit:

It is strange to me that there is no closing bracket after the percentage, and that it is showing nothing after the "Time per bit:". Is this normal?

Thanks in advance...
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Old 2005-12-16, 08:36   #2
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llrnet is based on llr 3.5.0 there is no implementation based on 3.6.2 yet.

There is an error in the progress output when used for sierpinski numbers.
This error is already reported to the people at rieselsieve which created the llrnet client.

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