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Old 2017-05-12, 13:07   #199
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@pakaran: There are currently just over 2600 below 994 dd. About 600 of those are 993 dd. I'm going to move down to include 994 dd today. Let me know if you want the 993 dd range. If not, I'll get those too.
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Old 2017-05-12, 21:06   #200
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I'm reorganizing, after submitting the numbers I got done this week (work was quite busy, so I forgot to submit). I hope we didn't duplicate effort. In any case, I'm re-organizing to get the smallest numbers done, and just downloaded the first 100 PRPs; that will also give factordb time to validate the 700 or so I just uploaded, and give us a better idea of what's really remaining.
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Old 2017-05-13, 14:05   #201
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I didn't hit anything below 994 and there has been greater than 2000 below that pretty steadily, so I don't think there would have been any duplication... It looks like you had just under 700 accepted.

For now I'll stay at 994 dd, then, at least until I hear something else from you. That still leaves over 2000 below that point.

If at some point you want to work some larger numbers, let me know. I'm trying to keep the area between my main focus at 3500-3600 dd down to my lower bound somewhat clear. Of course, as that region grows, so does its difficulty.
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Old 2017-05-13, 15:01   #202
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Just after my last post here, 104 new PRP entries have shown up in the db.

Coincidence?
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Old 2017-05-13, 17:49   #203
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Just after my last post here, 104 new PRP entries have shown up in the db.

Coincidence?
Interesting! I see now that the number is back down by the 10000 it was up. Was that possibly just a huge load of really small PRPs that got taken care of right away?
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Old 2017-05-16, 14:12   #204
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Anyone with a suggestion?:
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[Candidate 1]
Input=primo_1100000000294457850.in
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Status=Failed, impossible to certify the candidate
Just in case, I ran all the bases which resulted in no change from PRP.

I didn't try the UGS=1 that worked for the error code, since this isn't the same form of message. Should I?

Thanks for any thoughts...
I tried to run the number and it worked without any error messages
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Old 2017-05-16, 14:26   #205
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I tried to run the number and it worked without any error messages
Thank you! Three machines gave me the same message after quite a time running. I did try UGS=1 on one of the machines, too. I was about to send a message to the author about it. I'm running version 4.2.1 is your version different?
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Thank you! Three machines gave me the same message after quite a time running. I did try UGS=1 on one of the machines, too. I was about to send a message to the author about it. I'm running version 4.2.1 is your version different?
As I have a really big certificate still running, I am stuck to V4.1.1.

I think Marcel Martin will be interested in hearing about this.
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As I have a really big certificate still running, I am stuck to V4.1.1.

I think Marcel Martin will be interested in hearing about this.
I shall send a message to him a bit later...
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I shall send a message to him a bit later...
I received a note back from Mr. Martin:
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In order to certify your number, either with 4.1.1 or with 4.2.1,
set the sieve parameters with (3000 dd, 32 bits). Once you get the
first test (around table 12 or 13), abort Primo, reset the Sieve
Parameters with the default values and resume the certification.
It should work.

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Old 2017-05-19, 15:57   #209
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@Pakaran: PRPs are stacking up again - almost 3000 below 994 now. Are you working at all with 993 dd? If not, I'm going to hit the 800+ of them in a day or two.
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