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Old 2023-01-25, 08:08   #826
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About the above. You are changing some of these from ABCD format to plain text. This removes the download capability, at least with Edge. It opens them to read. I have yet to find a "Select All, Copy, and Paste" ability in Edge. If it is there, then it is really buried somewhere. Zip or 7z might be a better way to go.

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As Curtis said, it is CTL-A, Ctl-C, and Ctl-V. That is select all, copy, and paste. That applies to most browsers for both Windows and Linux. To my knowledge, it's been that way for years.

There is no formatting change from ABCD format to plain text. For example, R60 is still in ABCD format. It appears you mean that I posted some of them in non-zipped format. I only zip files if they are > 1 MB, which is a pretty low limit so many files are zipped. R60 is only 550 KB so not zipped.

~80-90% of all files are fully sieved here so I post all that I can in ready-to-LLR (not ABCD) format so that people don't have to convert it to test it. See the R55 sieve file for an example of this format.

ABCD format is only used if the file has only been partially sieved or the ready-to-LLR format file is too big.

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Old 2023-01-25, 15:49   #827
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...As Curtis said, it is CTL-A, Ctl-C, and Ctl-V. That is select all, copy, and paste. That applies to most browsers for both Windows and Linux. To my knowledge, it's been that way for years.
Well crap! I knew about Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V and have been using them for years. Ctrl-A, I did not know about.

R42 and R60 are both running smoothly. I have decided to only do weekly updates on progress. I don't see a need for anything more often.
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Old 2023-01-29, 16:30   #828
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Weekly Update

R42: 55e11, Removal Rate: 350 sec/f ±60 sec.
R60: 28e11, Removal Rate: 360 sec/f ±50 sec.
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Weekly Update

R42: 13e12, mean removal rate: 1,064 sec/f, 154,087 terms remaining, 447K p/sec.
R60: 5e12, mean removal rate: 801 sec/f, 139,790 terms remaining, 272K p/sec.

The removal rates above are based on samples taken once an hour for six hours. IMO, there is not an accurate way to determine a target removal rate because of the differences in hardware, software, and so on. Basically, something done with a CPU cannot be directly applied to a GPU, so it seems.

My plan is to continue on until sometime in March.
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Old 2023-02-06, 15:53   #830
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The sieve file for S79 would be done, it reached 250e9 and has 10,3 million terms. Removal rate 27.3 sec per factor. A single test here takes about 75 secs; so quite some work would still be required. But heck, it is too much to handle it all at once. It would take quite a while, a few months, to reach an agreeable depth.

But thats a start, right? I would like to send the file in and focus more on the R3 file.
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R42: 13e12, mean removal rate: 1,064 sec/f, 154,087 terms remaining, 447K p/sec.
R60: 5e12, mean removal rate: 801 sec/f, 139,790 terms remaining, 272K p/sec.
I punched in the wrong number for the R42 removal rate. It should be ~500.

R60 is on hiatus until R42 finishes. I found its progress to be unsatisfactory on that particular hardware. There is also the matter of electrical consumption. I must cut it back considerably. The amount I have to pay in 10 days is excessive considering my budget.
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