20080702, 02:30  #1  
Jul 2003
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LLR/PRP/phrot/pfgw: Pick A Range
Reservations available  the files may be found here. We'll see how this goes...
LLR: Pick a Range This thread is meant for you to reserve ranges for probable primality testing (LLR/PRP). Please send results files (with residues) to base5 DOT factors AT yahoo DOT com. Riesel Candidates prpnet.prp approx 1600 candidates completed by PRPNET prpnet.prp.2 approx 5800 candidates reserved by PRPNET Sierpinski Candidates exps4 approx 435 candidates reserved by masser Primes Code:
71098*5^319336+1 rogue 287626*5^2771751 FreeDC Mercenaries Questions Quote:
This thread is for those people that don't have networked machines but still want to test candidate pairs for primality. Also, as noted elsewhere, there are alternative (and faster) testing clients to LLRNET, such as phrot, LLR, PRP and pfgw. Last fiddled with by masser on 20090218 at 03:45 

20090206, 04:49  #2 
Jul 2003
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Stickied Reservation
I stickied the thread AND I am reserving exps4.

20090406, 17:17  #3 
Oct 2006
103 Posts 
Hi,
is there any new work for this section expected? 
20090407, 02:33  #4 
Jul 2003
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Yes, but my inbox for my day job is a little full right now. Please be patient with us.

20090614, 21:05  #5 
Oct 2006
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Manual testing
Hi, its me again *g*
if I want to test a certain Kvalue manualy, is it correct if I use Code:
sr5sieve a k nmin nmax If it is correct, which nmin value should I use? "min n untested", "max n tested"? 
20090807, 22:54  #6 
"Lennart"
Jun 2007
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Here is prpnet.prp.2 result file
Lennart 
20090818, 19:14  #7 
Oct 2006
103 Posts 
OK, I created a file for k = 126134, Nmin= 330949 and Nmax 2000000
Code:
sr5sieve g 126134 330949 2000000 Code:
phrot.3linxu.static 0 expr 
20090818, 19:34  #8 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
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If you run phrot without any switches it will tell you what is available. Of course it is also in the readme. I suspect that you want to use o, not 0.

20090818, 19:44  #9 
Oct 2006
103 Posts 
errr ... yeah, I meant "o" not "0". Sorry.
Thanks for the answer. Last fiddled with by Rincewind on 20090818 at 19:44 
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