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  1. Thread: war arguments

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    The Arc (Association For Retarded Children) of...

    The Arc (Association For Retarded Children) of the United States, the "nation's leading national organization on mental retardation," according to its Internet site, stressed the importance of...
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    Congratulations to both Paul and Phil. We now...

    Congratulations to both Paul and Phil. We now have a pair of very speedy sieving engines that will allow us to hit the 10T mark in a couple weeks with just a small group of participants.

    Now that...
  3. Thread: rate graphs

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    Let's see, I think the standard answers are: ...

    Let's see, I think the standard answers are:

    Rates are plotted per block, not per hour, so expect to see some very wide averages and relatively few peaks and valleys.

    Team stats and rankings...
  4. Awesome. I'm sorry nobody suggested it and I'm...

    Awesome. I'm sorry nobody suggested it and I'm glad you found the answer.
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    The newer versions of the program seem to have a...

    The newer versions of the program seem to have a strong sense of being "in progress" or "done." Once in progress, you can't re-enter the p range, and when it's done, you get a fairly intimidating...
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    Re-post. The previous factup10.zip was only...

    Re-post. The previous factup10.zip was only compatible with tcl 8.4
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    I have a 400k standalone exe for windows users. ...

    I have a 400k standalone exe for windows users. It is too big to post to this forum, and it will take a couple days to find a place to post it online. Until then send a message if you want it.
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    interactive version

    Wow, 59 views, only 3 downloads. Maybe this will help:
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    This is what the output looks like: 15:49:44...

    This is what the output looks like:

    15:49:44 ~/sob > ./factorup.tcl
    Logging in... dudlio
    Testing login... ms_session=1912,duSNq71p0Ykmd;
    OK
    Opening factor file... 1650.del
    OK...
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    sievers - get your tcl warez here

    Tired of cutting and pasting? I wrote a tcl script called factorup that will upload your factors to the website. Give it your name, password, and point it to the sob.del or sobstatus.dat file, and...
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    OK, it works. I wasn't letting it run long...

    OK, it works. I wasn't letting it run long enough. Next question: can Tk spawn a separate thread?

    Heh. I can make a GUI that runs nbegon but the gui hangs lol.
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    Is there a reason why nbegon 1.0 for windows...

    Is there a reason why nbegon 1.0 for windows would fail to write a batch file upon exiting? I'm playing around with it and the sob.bat file isn't appearing like it used to.
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    lol weaz you rock. it's here...

    lol weaz you rock. it's here
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    I've been trying to estimate the optimal sieve...

    I've been trying to estimate the optimal sieve depth for about a week now. I have a hunch it's in the hundreds of T.

    I generally assume that a PRP test takes 1 day, that the project will go to...
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    basically we're sieving to remove easily-found...

    basically we're sieving to remove easily-found composites so that we don't have to check them for primality (is that a word?)

    Yes, and yes :) Sieving works in the opposite direction from prp...
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    lol. I hear ya. System hangs can be caused by...

    lol. I hear ya. System hangs can be caused by anything. If you are running at rated speed, I would check the video card temperature, bios settings, drivers, software, etc. If you are overclocked,...
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    With 12 k's and 17M n's, that's 200M candidates. ...

    With 12 k's and 17M n's, that's 200M candidates. How did we get down to 750K so quickly? Sieving?
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    3.2 was indeed a good alpha for SoBSieve, but...

    3.2 was indeed a good alpha for SoBSieve, but it's on the low side for NbeGone. I just did a bunch of tests and found that the whole range of d=3-6 is pretty similar, but d=4-5 is the sweet spot. ...
  19. Thread: Max P value

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    On my system, NbeGon 0.10 starts rehashing at...

    On my system, NbeGon 0.10 starts rehashing at 2.25P (peta) and exits at 2.3P.

    SoBSieve's rate climbs suspiciously after 4E (exa) and it overflows somewhere around 10E.
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    Anything in response to the 170,000 cEM's/sec...

    <b>Anything in response to the 170,000 cEM's/sec being reported as around 80k/sec ?</b>

    Yeah. The stats are rendered per proth test (or per block?), not per hour. If you turn off your machine...
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    should all users be sieving...

    At the end of the last sieving thread, MikeH mentioned that we should sieve until sieving becomes as slow as a proth test. In fact, Louie said we should sieve twice as far as that.

    Now that we...
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    In terms of timing, figure 1 billion = 1 day. ...

    In terms of timing, figure 1 billion = 1 day. Roughly. If you want a more accurate estimate, download the client, do some timings and then reserve. My 10G is going to take two weeks... :/
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    Race conditions...yeouch. I'll take 200-210...

    Race conditions...yeouch. I'll take 200-210 billion then.
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    Also try this link with proofs. Scroll down to...

    Also try this link with proofs. Scroll down to "Zero Nash Weights" for a decent plaintext explanation.

    http://www.glasgowg43.freeserve.co.uk/nashdef.htm
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    ...how did Selfridge prove that 78557 is indeed a...

    ...how did Selfridge prove that 78557 is indeed a Sierpinski number?

    The general idea is that Sierpinski numbers have a finite, repeating set of "factors" known as a covering set. The covering...
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