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Old 2006-02-08, 23:56   #1
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Default LLR performance on k and n

Sorry guys and lassies for dropping into you forum but what is the value of k that LLR can handle that is faster than pfgw at large value of n?

The reason for asking this is that I am dying to get some hot prp software that can take the many Payam numbers k (Riesel and Proth) which are hugely prime in the n>260K<400K range.

Axn1 has software to generate such Payam k, there are billions to choose from, but they are quite large in absolute k terms maybe too large for LLR to be efficient.

Pfgw seems to suffer a huge slow down at n appox 260K for such large k and the effort beyond this point seems not worthwhile in terms of building a solid portfolio of prps which will last beyond next year in the top 5000.

So who knows this stuff?


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Old 2006-02-09, 01:43   #2
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LLR should be as fast or faster than pfgw for all k/n that it can handle. The underlying assembly code routines can handle k values up to 50 bits or so.

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