20230204, 23:30  #1 
"/X\(‘‘)/X\"
Jan 2013
C49_{16} Posts 
Levelling up TF on 100M digit exponents with LL/PRP for future P1
Inspired by the effort to do better P1 on exponents with one LL result, I've decided to prepare for doing the same on the 100M digit exponents.
Over the past couple weeks I've been poking at some exponents. In a couple of days I'll have every unassigned exponent over 333M with an LL result fully TF'ed (as well as between 130M and 332M). There are a little over 500 unassigned exponents between 332M and 333M with an LL result without full TF. I've queued them all to be fully TF'ed by the end of the month (then I'll be back to whatever GPU72 feeds my machines). Sadly the majority of exponents between 332.2M and 333M with P1 have very poor P1. Out of 3304 exponents with P1, 1338 (40%) have P1 with B2 under or equal to 1M, and a further 525 (16%) with B2 under 10M. Only 237 have P1 with B2 over 100M. At the time I'm posting this, there are 188 fully TF'ed unassigned exponents between 332.2M and 333M ready for P1 with no LL or PRP. There are about 600 unassigned exponents with very poor P1. 
20230205, 04:31  #2 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
2×5,471 Posts 
Bless you. Proceed. Glad you are doing this.

20230205, 05:15  #3 
"/X\(‘‘)/X\"
Jan 2013
5·17·37 Posts 
I hope there are people with hardware available to do P1 with greater than 5% chance of success (~120 GB to give to mprime).
I've only got one such system and it has the capacity for 1 exponent every 24 hours or so. I've got it queued up into May already. We'll have to get George to run his P1 assignment generator script for batches of 332M exponents. It would be worth getting those machines capable started. 
20230305, 07:38  #4 
"/X\(‘‘)/X\"
Jan 2013
5·17·37 Posts 
I'm pleased to announce I've finished this DCTF effort.
All LLtested exponents have been fully TF to current bit levels. There may be a few more from Alpha2378 who has turned in a few higher level LL results in recent months. I'm moving on to PRPed exponents. These should take about a month. 
20230310, 19:08  #5 
"/X\(‘‘)/X\"
Jan 2013
5×17×37 Posts 
All exponents below 332M with PRP have been fully TF'ed.
Working on the exponents above 332M now, 669 remaining (was 692). Should take less than a month. I know some have verified certification, but a lot don't, so I'm just doing them all as I'm lazy. 
20230310, 19:59  #6  
If I May
"Chris Halsall"
Sep 2002
Barbados
25661_{8} Posts 
Quote:
I've currently got my Colab TF instances configured to bring the few candidates in 332.1 up to 81. This is just to get them "off the books". Yes, I'm OCD. I don't see a huge downside (beyond time). 

20230310, 22:08  #7  
"/X\(‘‘)/X\"
Jan 2013
5·17·37 Posts 
Quote:
I do hope to get everything below 332.4 to 81 before the summer heat arrives. After the PRP exponent effort, it's currently another ~45 days of my throughput, which would finish up about mid May. There are currently 1,582 unassigned 332M exponents without LL or PRP at 81 bits or higher, of which 99% or so could use initial/better P1. 

20230311, 00:30  #8 
6809 > 6502
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Aug 2003
101×103 Posts
2·5,471 Posts 
I am also working in that realm, such as GPU72 will feed my colabs. I wish GPU72 would just feed me the lowest bit assignments that stay below 332.4 I am also willing to just bit level exponents up that are done or idle.

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