20110225, 01:12  #67 
Jun 2003
Ottawa, Canada
3·17·23 Posts 
My last two finished:
Code:
67 SSE2 Proth FFT: size=(1048576,17.342) Probable_prime_residueis_minus1 71 SSE2 Proth FFT: size=(1048576,17.342) Probable_prime_residueis_plus1 Code:
73 SSE2 Proth FFT: size=(1048576,17.342) Probable_prime_residueis_plus1 79 SSE2 Proth FFT: size=(1048576,17.342) Probable_prime_residueis_plus1 
20110225, 02:10  #68 
"Phil"
Sep 2002
Tracktown, U.S.A.
1121_{10} Posts 
I have submitted this to the Lifchitz website.

20110226, 09:05  #69 
Feb 2009
3·13 Posts 
Well this stinks  I accidentally closed the wrong cmd window (yup, the one running pfgw) and as far as I can tell it does not save progress anywhere to the hard drive. I don't know if I have it in me to start all over on this. Unless there's some way to restart the N+1 test where it left off, I'm going to abort this job.

20110226, 09:48  #70 
"Serge"
Mar 2008
Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2
10011111000011_{2} Posts 
Just say no to Windows. It is that easy. :)

20110226, 16:46  #71 
"Phil"
Sep 2002
Tracktown, U.S.A.
19·59 Posts 
Thanks for your work on this, Justin, but I would say don't bother to restart, the progress was so excruciatingly slow. We now have 22 successful strong prp tests, I may program an N+1 test using gwnum at some point, but I'm pretty sure this one is a prime!
I'm planning a party to celebrate this on May 7th: 5/7/11. Anyone in Eugene, Oregon that day is more than welcome! 
20110226, 21:53  #72 
"Serge"
Mar 2008
Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2
3^{3}·13·29 Posts 
Anyfive seven elevennis? Sounds tempting...

20110227, 23:54  #73 
Jun 2008
Wollongong, .au
3×61 Posts 
According to Google Maps, it's about 22,000km, and will involve about two month's worth of kayaking. If I leave today I might make it ;)
My students might be a little miffed though! 
20110301, 14:22  #74 
Jun 2003
Ottawa, Canada
3·17·23 Posts 

20110303, 02:19  #75 
Jun 2008
Wollongong, .au
3·61 Posts 
Hehehe!
Alright, we're going to be talking predicate logic now (paddle paddle paddle), we should be up to set theory by indonesia (paddle paddle paddle), and I think we can get through most of the section on graphs by the time we hit Japan (paddle paddle paddle.) (Internal note, this would be far easier if I'd remembered to print the notes before we left, and hadn't needed to bring the photocopier!) 
20110304, 10:52  #76 
Jun 2003
Ottawa, Canada
3×17×23 Posts 
It looks like LLR is adding the BPSW test:
http://www.mersenneforum.org/showpos...1&postcount=16 LLR could be used for this right? In the docs it says it is for numbers in the form N = k*b^n +/ 1 but later it also mentions k*b^n+c so Once that is implemented it could be another PRP check to run on the nonproven exponents. 
20110305, 16:02  #77  
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
3450_{10} Posts 
Quote:
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