20220612, 13:51  #100 
Apr 2018
2^{3}·3 Posts 
Updated Sieve Files
Sieve files for k*2^n1
Here are the latest sieve files for 4 < k < 10000 and n < 12M. pmin and pmax give a range of what's been completed. We kindly ask that srsieve AND psieve be credited with any primes found with these sieve files. Those are the two sieve programs used in the sieve. Should anyone wish to credit the effort (PrimeGrid) that is perfectly fine, but certainly NOT required. Please note the new file locations. Comcast has discontinued free hosting, so these files are now hosted on PrimeGrid. The main url for these files is now http://www.primegrid.com/sieving/rsp. Because it was requested and especially since PrimeGrid has to pay for outgoing bandwidth, subsets of all the sieves for k < 300 are now available. Active Sieves rsp7M_20220612.abcd  (136,662,805 terms) p~765PSuspended Sieves rsp1M_20150702.abcd  (145,955,447 terms) p=100PShortened Sieves (k < 300) rsp7M_20220612_k_lt_300.abcd  (3,962,030 terms) p~765P, k < 300 
20221113, 00:59  #101 
Apr 2018
2^{3}×3 Posts 
Updated Sieve Files
Sieve files for k*2^n1
Here are the latest sieve files for 4 < k < 10000 and n < 12M. pmin and pmax give a range of what's been completed. We kindly ask that srsieve AND psieve be credited with any primes found with these sieve files. Those are the two sieve programs used in the sieve. Should anyone wish to credit the effort (PrimeGrid) that is perfectly fine, but certainly NOT required. Please note the new file locations. Comcast has discontinued free hosting, so these files are now hosted on PrimeGrid. The main url for these files is now http://www.primegrid.com/sieving/rsp. Because it was requested and especially since PrimeGrid has to pay for outgoing bandwidth, subsets of all the sieves for k < 300 are now available. Active Sieves rsp7M_20221112.abcd  (136,432,497 terms) p~819PSuspended Sieves rsp1M_20150702.abcd  (145,955,447 terms) p=100PShortened Sieves (k < 300) rsp7M_20221112_k_lt_300.abcd  (3,955,534 terms) p~819P, k < 300 
20221113, 05:15  #102  
"99(4^34019)99 palind"
Nov 2016
(P^81993)SZ base 36
47×79 Posts 
Quote:
Also, are there sieve files for k*2^n+1 as well as k*2^n1? Last fiddled with by sweety439 on 20221113 at 05:16 

20221113, 16:24  #103 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
53×113 Posts 
The files you ask about are tested by PrimeGrid themselves. The files provided here are their "extra" files; the sieve tests +1 and 1 forms at the same time, but PG's efforts look for primes of +1 form and k=3 of the 1 form.

20221126, 15:02  #104  
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
1771_{8} Posts 
Quote:


20230401, 01:01  #105 
Apr 2018
2^{3}·3 Posts 
Latest Sieve Files
Sieve files for k*2^n1
Here are the latest sieve files for 4 < k < 10000 and n < 12M. pmin and pmax give a range of what's been completed. We kindly ask that srsieve AND psieve be credited with any primes found with these sieve files. Those are the two sieve programs used in the sieve. Should anyone wish to credit the effort (PrimeGrid) that is perfectly fine, but certainly NOT required. Please note the new file locations. Comcast has discontinued free hosting, so these files are now hosted on PrimeGrid. The main url for these files is now http://www.primegrid.com/sieving/rsp. Because it was requested and especially since PrimeGrid has to pay for outgoing bandwidth, subsets of all the sieves for k < 300 are now available. Active Sieves rsp7M_20230331.abcd  (136,205,166 terms) p~877PSuspended Sieves rsp1M_20150702.abcd  (145,955,447 terms) p=100PShortened Sieves (k < 300) rsp7M_20230331_k_lt_300.abcd  (3,948,889 terms) p~877P, k < 300 
20230502, 19:35  #106 
May 2009
Moscow, Russia
3·5·199 Posts 
Can you please use https on links because most browsers refuse to download from unsecure destination without explicit approval?

20230502, 19:37  #107 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
3×599 Posts 
Huh? For me, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Edge download them all fine.

20230827, 22:09  #108 
Apr 2018
2^{3}×3 Posts 
Sieve files for k*2^n1
Here are the latest sieve files for 4 < k < 10000 and n < 12M. pmin and pmax give a range of what's been completed. We kindly ask that srsieve AND psieve be credited with any primes found with these sieve files. Those are the two sieve programs used in the sieve. Should anyone wish to credit the effort (PrimeGrid) that is perfectly fine, but certainly NOT required. Please note the new file locations. Comcast has discontinued free hosting, so these files are now hosted on PrimeGrid. The main url for these files is now https://www.primegrid.com/sieving/rsp. Because it was requested and especially since PrimeGrid has to pay for outgoing bandwidth, subsets of all the sieves for k < 300 are now available. Active Sieves Suspended Sieves Shortened Sieves (k < 300)

20230829, 03:59  #109 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
3F9_{16} Posts 
We're on to n=9M to 12M! I see unconnected got his HTTPS wish too.

20230907, 05:14  #110  
"Michael Kwok"
Mar 2006
1,213 Posts 
That might be as far as we're going to get
https://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=10324 Quote:
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