20190215, 10:19  #56 
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
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20190218, 06:20  #57 
"Carlos Pinho"
Oct 2011
Milton Keynes, UK
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MM34 is now at k =1,600,000.

20210204, 05:34  #58 
"Dylan"
Mar 2017
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Has there been any updates on this project? It's been almost two years since the last one was posted.

20210205, 10:44  #59  
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
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My resources were devoted to FermatSearch, and with very few requests here I decided to avoid spamming similar tables I'll put my Raspberry PI 4 to work as soon as Mark delivers an ARMable version of dmdsieve 

20210915, 09:47  #60 
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
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News on MM(51)
I am rebooting the project using my spare CPU cycles.
In a couple of days I should take MM(51) to a sieve limit of 2.6P (from 2.5P), expecting to drop 34 factors. More news will soon come. As always, you are welcome to help, both sieving ranges and testing big prime candidates. Luigi 
20220110, 09:42  #61 
Aug 2020
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I have been pondering over the deep sieve stats for a while, but don't understand them.
I assume the colors of the columns indicate up to which value the potential factors of the respective MM(n) has been sieved? Such as factors for MM41 have been sieved up to 300T? But what do the rows tell? 
20220110, 14:40  #62  
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"Luigi"
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20220110, 15:35  #63 
Aug 2020
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I still don't 100% get it. What are the numbers, values of k? So k=1618932 in combination with p=1257787 has been sived to 210T and k=60 in combination with p=32582657 has been sieved to 370T?
If so, what about k values that aren't listed here, were they ruled out for all investigated values of p? But then why are always == 0 (mod 40) k left per MMp? I guess it's not as I think it is... Last fiddled with by bur on 20220110 at 15:38 
20220110, 19:59  #64  
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"Luigi"
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The listed ones are the smallest k available to be tested: the smaller have either been sieved out or tested composite. Of course, there are many, many more k to be tested after those represented on the list. Last fiddled with by ET_ on 20220110 at 20:00 

20220112, 07:42  #65 
Aug 2020
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Ah, thanks.
So the k in the table are those that might be prime? For example the first entry tells me that 2*1618932*2^M34+1 has no factor smaller than 210T? Then what does this mean: "All k < 10,000 have been tested up to 20G except for MM34 ad MM35 where k < 500,000" I read this as "been sieved up to 20G, i.e. 2*k*Mp+1 has no factors smaller than 20G". But in the FAQ it is said that ""tested up to 10T" means that q is not composite for k<10T.". So how is a k tested by making sure it's not composite for k<10T? Thanks again and sorry for the many questions. 
20220112, 12:53  #66  
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"Luigi"
Aug 2002
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