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 2008-03-29, 04:19 #2 mdettweiler A Sunny Moo     Aug 2007 USA (GMT-5) 3·2,083 Posts You mentioned about straggling ranges with results still missing for Drive #2--just to let you know, I'll try to get the LLRnet results file for Beyond's range 302K-205K processed as soon as possible. The problem is that I am really busy this weekend and might not get the chance to do it until a little later. Gary, you may as well consider the results for 302K-305K accounted for, since I have the results files and just need yet to get them processed.
2008-03-30, 06:05   #3
gd_barnes

May 2007
Kansas; USA

19·541 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Anonymous You mentioned about straggling ranges with results still missing for Drive #2--just to let you know, I'll try to get the LLRnet results file for Beyond's range 302K-205K processed as soon as possible. The problem is that I am really busy this weekend and might not get the chance to do it until a little later. Gary, you may as well consider the results for 302K-305K accounted for, since I have the results files and just need yet to get them processed.
OK, no problem. What I do is compare primes in the results files with what is reported in post 1 of the drive thread, on Karsten's k=300-2000 page, and on Karsten's NPLB drive page.

If you don't have time to process the results but have time to check the primes found in them against the primes in post 1 of the drive thread, that'd be helpful. But if not, no big deal.

302K-305K is the only range in the 300K-320K Primesearch range I'm missing. I just recently got everything in the 260K-280K range and will shortly check that range.

Gary

2008-03-31, 01:22   #4
mdettweiler
A Sunny Moo

Aug 2007
USA (GMT-5)

3×2,083 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by gd_barnes OK, no problem. What I do is compare primes in the results files with what is reported in post 1 of the drive thread, on Karsten's k=300-2000 page, and on Karsten's NPLB drive page. If you don't have time to process the results but have time to check the primes found in them against the primes in post 1 of the drive thread, that'd be helpful. But if not, no big deal. 302K-305K is the only range in the 300K-320K Primesearch range I'm missing. I just recently got everything in the 260K-280K range and will shortly check that range. Gary
If you want, I can just forward you the big LLRnet results files--they still have the primes listed just like normally, except that things are somewhat out of order, and that there's lines for username and date in there too. Anyway, it shouldn't be a problem if you're just using the "find" feature in Notepad/Wordpad/etc. to locate primes in the file.

 2008-03-31, 02:49 #5 mdettweiler A Sunny Moo     Aug 2007 USA (GMT-5) 3×2,083 Posts Well, I've almost got the processing of the 302K-305K results completed, so I should have the lresults file sent to Gary within the next half hour. Then we'll be able to report the entire 2nd Drive range as complete on PrimeSearch! Edit: Okay, I've got the results processed now! They will be mailed to Gary as soon as I'm finished editing this message. Last fiddled with by mdettweiler on 2008-03-31 at 03:00
 2008-04-04, 06:42 #6 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 282716 Posts Processing and verification of all results files up to n=380K is now complete for drive 1. All primes were checked vs. the 1st post of drive 1, Karsten's NPLB drive 1 page, and Karsten's k=300-2000 page. He is still working on entering primes and updating ranges on his pages. All ranges have been completed and all primes have been entered at Primesearch with the exception of k=411 that I am working on now. I will be complete with a couple of file reservations by Saturday for n=393K-395K on drive 1, which is all that is remaining up to n=400K there. I will then start the process for n=380K-400K. Anon has found some missing results in an LLRnet range for n=373.8K-400K for drive 3. Everything had previously been checked for that drive up to n=360K. Once testing is done and the missing results are processed, I'll then start the above process for n=360K-400K for drive 3. Within < 2 weeks, we should have everything complete, checked, and entered in all locations up to n=400K!! On Primesearch, we are now 3rd on ranges completed, 5th on primes found, and....drum roll....FIRST on the # of digits in primes! Way to go team!
2008-04-04, 08:21   #7
kar_bon

Mar 2006
Germany

2·1,433 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by gd_barnes (...) Anon has found some missing results in an LLRnet range for n=373.8K-400K for drive 3. Everything had previously been checked for that drive up to n=360K. Once testing is done and the missing results are processed, I'll then start the above process for n=360K-400K for drive 3.
i've sent David the missing pairs in that range (about 3000) and he appended them again at his server:
Code:
Port 5000 has 12412 lines in knpairs.txt
File size of 136,545
first k/n pair 385 450337
last k/n pair 351 399121
see last pair! there are the missing ones!
so about 9000 other pairs upto n=460k to be done first!

 2008-04-04, 13:09 #8 IronBits I ♥ BOINC!     Oct 2002 Glendale, AZ. (USA) 3×7×53 Posts It was exactly 2,679 pairs
 2008-04-04, 16:06 #9 gd_barnes     May 2007 Kansas; USA 19×541 Posts Port 5000 a priority for a while... OK, let's make port 5000 on drive 3 a priority for a while. If you finish a range or need some filler work, please put it on port 5000 to get all results to n=460K processed so that we can then process the missing results. There are no previously known primes from the current n-value in port 5000 up to n=463K so plenty of primes waiting to be found! Thanks, Gary
2008-04-05, 06:32   #10
mdettweiler
A Sunny Moo

Aug 2007
USA (GMT-5)

3·2,083 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by gd_barnes OK, let's make port 5000 on drive 3 a priority for a while. If you finish a range or need some filler work, please put it on port 5000 to get all results to n=460K processed so that we can then process the missing results. There are no previously known primes from the current n-value in port 5000 up to n=463K so plenty of primes waiting to be found! Thanks, Gary
I've put one core on port 5000, and will add the other as soon as it finishes its Doublecheck Drive #1 range.

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