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Old 2016-01-18, 17:56   #1
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Default Srbsieve.ini files for starting up new ranges and conjectures

On September 30th 2015, I began work on creating srbsieve.ini files for all partially and untested bases. The work has now completed. The work of creating these 318 srbsieve.ini files wich is contained in the attached zip-file, took 3 month and 19 days and required the creation of ~25700 files.

There is a few important notes, that you have to follow:

1. If you don't know srbsieve and/or NewPGen, then please reach out in a PM
2. Always use the latest version of srbsieve, PFGW and srsieve unless Rogue has stated otherwise
3. The srbsieveSXXX.ini covers the Sierpinski conjectures and has to be renamed to srbsieve.ini before running srbsieve
4. The srbsieveRXXX.ini covers the Riesel conjectures and has to be renamed to srbsieve.ini before running srbsieve
5. Check always that kmax=conjectured k minus 1 (if the conjectured k for your base is less than 1G)
6. Do only change kmin= and kmax= if your reserved k range is greater than 1G and your range therefor is not covered by the srbsieve.ini file I created in advance.
7. Do not change anything in the srbsieve.ini file unless you know what you are doing
8. Don't think you know what you are doing if you are completely new to using srbsieve or NewPGen, it will bring you down a very dangerous composite road
9. Any questions, reach out in a PM.

Otherwise have fun and startup some untested bases/ranges

Take care

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Old 2016-01-19, 01:55   #2
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That is very good (and a lot amount of) work! Well done! Thanks!
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Old 2018-07-08, 15:59   #3
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Updated version the .zip file attached. 271 Bases to go.
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Old 2020-10-20, 22:06   #4
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How do I resume a partly-completed srbsieve run?
Specifically, I'm a few pfgw tests into the last chunk of a phase, so I need to resume pfgw.
It's the second-to-last phase, and I don't mind running srsieve manually for the last phase, so I just need to resume pfgw rather than the entire srbsieve machinery (in case pfgw is easier to resume than srbsieve).
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Old 2020-10-20, 23:13   #5
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Quote:
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How do I resume a partly-completed srbsieve run?
Specifically, I'm a few pfgw tests into the last chunk of a phase, so I need to resume pfgw.
It's the second-to-last phase, and I don't mind running srsieve manually for the last phase, so I just need to resume pfgw rather than the entire srbsieve machinery (in case pfgw is easier to resume than srbsieve).

The script should have created a checkpoint were is restarts. Try running srbsieve and it should continue where it stoped.
If thats not the case however take the pl_remain file and sieve manually, you might then even want to run the tests my LLR. In my opinion LLR is a little bit faster once you passed n=7,5K.
(That means more handy work on the other side. srbsieve will always give you a nice pl_remain file. )
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Old 2020-10-21, 02:24   #6
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Thanks for your reply. I don't have a checkpoint file; seems my srbsieve is from 2015, so I updated it to the most recent 2017 1.04 version KEP linked last week for me.

I'll finish the almost-done range by taking pl_remain and the sieve file to LLR. N=1400 on this file, but a little lost speed via LLR is better than redoing the first 4 days of work on this k-range.
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