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Old 2007-11-26, 09:03   #1
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Default Offer your sieved files here

This thread is for all people, who releases their k and got some sieve-files to provide for other searchers.
Below is a table with the currently available sieved files with some data.
Please feel free to post your sieves with such data here to avoid double work for next searchers.

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k	contributor	last edit	range		sieved up 	# candidates	status
251	Flatlander	25.11.2007	805k-5M		16.35T		39046		available
27253	kar_bon		26.11.2007	1M-5M		500B		15263		available
31511	kar_bon		26.11.2007	1M-5M		1.089T		11829		available

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Old 2007-11-26, 11:53   #2
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k=97
930k < n < 3M
Sieved to about 3T.
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Old 2007-11-26, 16:54   #3
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Great idea, Karsten!

I have some old stragglers myself. They do need to be sieved a little further but they would be a good start if someone wants them:

k=15015; n=334K-400K; to P=24.6G
(2 primes already found by someone else in the low-end of this range but likely another prime or two in there for this high-weight primoral k)

k=686701125; n=400K-500K; to P=352.6G
(Received from someone else shortly before I included the k in my high-weight k search. I have this k reserved but am only taking it up to n=400K.)

k=3; n=33219278-33.3M (!!); to P=200G
(10-million digit babies! Not for the faint of heart! There are 5925 candidates that need to be sieved just a 'wee bit' further. )

Kosmaj, would it be a good idea to include available k's and ranges for Masser's older sieved files in here? Or have all of those been reserved now?

Edit: If anyone wants one of the first two, I'll be glad to sieve them up to the optimal point and then send them to you. But not for k=3!


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Old 2007-12-15, 12:35   #4
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k=1471 108000 <= n <= ~2000000, p=~6000000000000

k=1871 649834 <= n <= 4999822, p=10663351018081
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Old 2007-12-15, 18:05   #5
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Is 1871 tested from 10k to 649k?
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Old 2007-12-15, 19:04   #6
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Hi Curtis. k=1871 is tested to n=724642. I forgot to remove the last bit of work. The factors and LLR Res64s are included in the archive.
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Old 2007-12-24, 09:13   #7
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i tested k=1471 from AES further:
actually LLR-tested at 388k and going further.
found prime at n=386575
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Old 2008-01-04, 06:27   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AES View Post
Hi Curtis. k=1871 is tested to n=724642. I forgot to remove the last bit of work. The factors and LLR Res64s are included in the archive.

Karsten, you might want to update the test limit to n=724.6K on k=1871. I see it still shows n=10K on your web page for 300 < n < 2000.


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Old 2008-01-08, 04:52   #9
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Default k=9,37,41,43,61,&63 files for higher ranges

I have files for k=37, 41, 43, 61, and 63 for n=800K-1000 sieved to P=10T. I'm currently testing them all from n=585K-800K.

I also have a file for k=9 for n=850K-1100K sieved to P=10T. I'm not currently testing it. If no one wants it, I'll do it after I'm done with the above 5 k's to n=800K.


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