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Old 2016-12-07, 21:33   #23
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I'll take this range: 10000 253000000 269000000
Done. 2289 PRPs found, but no Fermat or GFN divisors.
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Old 2016-12-07, 23:05   #24
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Taking 10001 50000000 269000000.
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Old 2016-12-08, 16:33   #25
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Taking 10001 50000000 269000000.
Done. Nearly 32000 PRPs, but no divisors.

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Old 2016-12-09, 03:49   #26
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I'll do this:
Code:
172-179 281000000000000 350000000000000
I'm using the following in worktodo:
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FermatFactor=172,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=173,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=174,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=175,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=176,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=177,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=178,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=179,2.81e14,3.5e14
Is this right?
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Old 2016-12-09, 13:48   #27
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I'll do this:
Code:
172-179 281000000000000 350000000000000
I'm using the following in worktodo:
Code:
FermatFactor=172,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=173,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=174,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=175,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=176,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=177,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=178,2.81e14,3.5e14
FermatFactor=179,2.81e14,3.5e14
Is this right?
I don't know, but I would think that 281e12 adn 350e12 should work.
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Old 2016-12-09, 14:33   #28
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It's running fine, and based on the ETA to complete the current step (~1 day), I think the 15 days is a good estimate.
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It's running fine, and based on the ETA to complete the current step (~1 day), I think the 15 days is a good estimate.
Would you please PM me your real name and nationality, so that I can update the Fermatsearch database?

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Old 2017-07-07, 15:12   #30
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I ran my program again. Here are the current gaps. One new one was added, but a number of the smaller ones have been cleaned up.

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6151-6199 400000000 2500000000          1500 days  with a single-core pmfs
6201-6299 800000000 900000000
10003-10999 50000000 269000000          5913 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
14501-14999 30000000 70000000            640 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
80001-80999 80000 100000                 150 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
114000-119999 40000 99999                 12 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
120001-129999 30000 40000                  4 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
130001-139999 20000 30000                  5 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
160001-169999 15000 20000                  3 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
181744-189999 13000 30000                487 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
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I ran my program again. Here are the current gaps. One new one was added, but a number of the smaller ones have been cleaned up.

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6151-6199 400000000 2500000000          1500 days  with a single-core pmfs
6201-6299 800000000 900000000
10003-10999 50000000 269000000          5913 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
14501-14999 30000000 70000000            640 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
80001-80999 80000 100000                 150 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
114000-119999 40000 99999                 12 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
120001-129999 30000 40000                  4 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
130001-139999 20000 30000                  5 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
160001-169999 15000 20000                  3 years with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
181744-189999 13000 30000                487 days  with ppsieve_cuda & pfgw
Thank you Mark, I will add the ranges to our wanted list.
BTW, I am not sure about ranges with N > 100,000, as some of them had already been run on another distributed project.

I guess you did a search for gfn factoring as well, because the following ranges had already been done:

6150-6999 400,000 800,000 done by Gary Gostin (no gfn)
10,000-11,000 50,000,000 100,000,000 done by Gary Gostin (no gfn)

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Old 2017-07-07, 16:51   #32
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I'll look into that.

In your table you have a number of rows where "to n" < "from n". What does that mean? I would expect "to n" to always be larger than "from n".
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Thank you Mark, I will add the ranges to our wanted list.
BTW, I am not sure about ranges with N > 100,000, as some of them had already been run on another distributed project.

I guess you did a search for gfn factoring as well, because the following ranges had already been done:

6150-6999 400,000 800,000 done by Gary Gostin (no gfn)
10,000-11,000 50,000,000 100,000,000 done by Gary Gostin (no gfn)
That was my mistake on the first range. I intended to copy the "number of days" from a previous post and ended up copying the whole line. As for the second range, I didn't see it on your webpage unless it was submitted after I grabbed the data earlier today.

Here is the raw data. You can ignore n > 100,000, but if you know of a specific project that did the work and did the GFN testing, then I can see if they have data available to fill in those gaps.

Code:
6151-6199     900000000 2500000000
6201-6299     800000000 900000000
10003-10999   50000000 269000000
14501-14999   30000000 70000000
80001-80999   90000 100000
114000-119999 40000 99999
120001-129999 30000 40000
130001-139999 20000 30000
160001-169999 15000 20000
181744-189999 13000 30000

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