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Old 2011-04-27, 07:43   #1
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Default Number of LLR tests completed so far?

Does anyone (Max, maybe?) know how many k/n pairs were completed on the LLRnet and PRPnet servers? I'm thinking it's around half a million, but I'd like a more precise number.

Also, have there been any weird residues found by TPS crunchers? I'm talking about residues containing things like CAFEBABE, BADF00D, DEC0DE, or ABCDEF. With so many tests completed, there's bound to be something strange out there.
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Old 2011-04-27, 08:48   #2
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Look at a CRUS-Thread here for some mentionable residuals and other suggestions.

NPLB has also done about 25 Mio LLR-tests, but I've not yet checked them all for things like you suggested.
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Old 2011-04-27, 09:53   #3
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Old 2011-04-27, 15:59   #4
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The PRPnet server does keep its own internal count (add the "tests performed" column over all the user stats entries; note that team stats won't work for this since they were added in a server upgrade after the server had been around for a while). However, for LLRnet, one would have to take each individual daily results file (available at http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/results/llrnet/), do a line count, and divide by 3. It probably could be done somewhat automatically: use wget or the like to selectively download all the appropriate files in one swoop, concatenate them together, and use "wc -l" on the concatenated file to get the line count. (Note that this assumes ability of Unix command-line tools, i.e. either under Linux, or Cygwin on Windows.)

As of this writing, 214090 tests have been completed on the PRPnet server. The LLRnet total is left as an exercise for the reader.
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Old 2014-04-13, 07:27   #5
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Does anyone (Max, maybe?) know how many k/n pairs were completed on the LLRnet and PRPnet servers? I'm thinking it's around half a million, but I'd like a more precise number.
Kar_bon has a pretty good stats page, but it hasn't been updated in quite some time: http://www.rieselprime.de/Others/TPSProject.htm

Stats by primes found:
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	sm5ymt		89
 2	odicin		69
 3	Oddball		40
 4	Carnivore	14
 5	mdettweiler	10
 5	Lumiukko	10
 7	Beyond		 9
 8	Flatlander	 5
 8	Lanehart	 5
10	MooMoo2		 4
11	Rick_Reynolds	 3
11	Ralf_Recker	 3
13	Wario		 2
14	cipher		 1
14	Robert47	 1
14	Mini-Geek	 1

PRPNet: 1116612 tests, 227 primes, 4919 tests/prime
LLRNet: 162120+ tests, 39 primes, 4156+ tests/prime
Total: 1278732+ tests, 266 primes, 4807+ tests/prime
(Note: the 162120+ tests in LLRNet is a lower bound obtained by adding up the number of tests done on the ~150 or so most active days on port 12050.)
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Old 2014-06-19, 05:21   #6
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Updated stats by primes found:
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	sm5ymt		92
 2	odicin		77
 3	Oddball		40
 4	Carnivore	18
 5	mdettweiler	10
 5	Lumiukko	10
 7	Beyond		 9
 8	Flatlander	 5
 8	Lanehart	 5
10	kracker		 4
10	MooMoo2		 4
12	Rick_Reynolds	 3
12	Ralf_Recker	 3
14	Wario		 2
15	cipher		 1
15	Robert47	 1
15	Mini-Geek	 1
285 primes were found, all candidates below k=215100 have been tested.
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Old 2014-11-01, 07:28   #7
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Updated stats:
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	sm5ymt		92
 2	odicin		77
 3	Oddball		40
 4	Carnivore	18
 5	kracker		13
 6	mdettweiler	10
 6	Lumiukko	10
 8	Beyond		 9
 9	Flatlander	 5
 9	Lanehart	 5
11	MooMoo2		 4
12	Rick_Reynolds	 3
12	Ralf_Recker	 3
14	Wario		 2
15	cipher		 1
15	Robert47	 1
15	Mini-Geek	 1
Total: 294 primes
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Old 2014-12-21, 19:14   #8
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Updated stats:
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	sm5ymt		92
 2	odicin		83
 3	Oddball		40
 4	kracker		20
 5	Carnivore	18
 6	mdettweiler	10
 6	Lumiukko	10
 8	Beyond		 9
 9	Flatlander	 5
 9	Lanehart	 5
11	MooMoo2		 4
12	Rick_Reynolds	 3
12	Ralf_Recker	 3
14	Wario		 2
15	cipher		 1
15	Robert47	 1
15	Mini-Geek	 1
Total: 307 primes
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Updated stats. Odicin takes the lead.
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	odicin		122
 2	sm5ymt		92
 3	Oddball		40
 4	kracker		24
 5	Carnivore	18
 6	grueny		12
 7	mdettweiler	10
 7	Lumiukko	10
 9	Beyond		 9
 9	Robert47	 9
11	Flatlander	 5
11	Lanehart	 5
13	MooMoo2		 4
14	Rick_Reynolds	 3
14	Ralf_Recker	 3
16	Wario		 2
17	cipher		 1
17	Mini-Geek	 1
Total: 370 primes
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Updated stats. Odicin takes the lead.
Code:
Rank	User		Primes found
 1	odicin		122
 2	sm5ymt		92
 3	Oddball		40
 4	kracker		24
 5	Carnivore	18
 6	grueny		12
 7	mdettweiler	10
 7	Lumiukko	10
 9	Beyond		 9
 9	Robert47	 9
11	Flatlander	 5
11	Lanehart	 5
13	MooMoo2		 4
14	Rick_Reynolds	 3
14	Ralf_Recker	 3
16	Wario		 2
17	cipher		 1
17	Mini-Geek	 1
Total: 370 primes
More stats:

PRPNet: 1657616 tests, 331 primes, 5008 tests/prime
LLRNet: 173299 tests, 39 primes, 4444 tests/prime
Total: 1830915 tests, 370 primes, 4948 tests/prime

All k's below k=285750 have been tested for n=480000-500000. This is equivalent to testing one n to k=5715M. Test density is 320.37 tests per 1M, prime density is 1 prime per 15.446M tested.
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Old 2017-02-13, 05:27   #11
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The PRPnet server does keep its own internal count (add the "tests performed" column over all the user stats entries; note that team stats won't work for this since they were added in a server upgrade after the server had been around for a while). However, for LLRnet, one would have to take each individual daily results file (available at http://www.noprimeleftbehind.net/tps/results/llrnet/), do a line count, and divide by 3. It probably could be done somewhat automatically: use wget or the like to selectively download all the appropriate files in one swoop, concatenate them together, and use "wc -l" on the concatenated file to get the line count. (Note that this assumes ability of Unix command-line tools, i.e. either under Linux, or Cygwin on Windows.)

As of this writing, 214090 tests have been completed on the PRPnet server. The LLRnet total is left as an exercise for the reader.
A rough estimate is below. It excludes some days with low LLR activity, but the majority of all LLRNet tests - 145938/173299 - or 84.2%, are included. Oddball accounts for more than half of all LLRNet tests.
Code:
Rank	User		Tests done on LLRNet
 1	Oddball		94074
 2	Wario		20959
 3	Beyond		17346
 4	Flatlander	 8563
 5	MiHost		 2821
 6	Lanehart	 1619
 7	Robert47	  514
 8	kar_bon		   17
 9	peido		   12
10	hwt		    8
11	Daikin		    3
12	none		    2
I'll try to post an updated version later this week.

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