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Message 3021 - Posted: 4 Nov 2016, 18:50:19 UTC - in response to Message 3012.

1000 core computer. xDD But, how about GPU´s? My TITAN X is not very busy.

About the untested ranges and bases. If I´m done with my two Riesel bases (R640 and R602) I´ll start an new base.
(Sadly all data have been destroyed by an fire a few weeks ago, I just restarted the computings. 2 out of 67 k´s primed, still 212K numbers to check. :( If someone wanna help, PM me!)

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Message 3026 - Posted: 5 Nov 2016, 15:51:31 UTC - in response to Message 3021.

1000 core computer. xDD But, how about GPU´s? My TITAN X is not very busy.

About the untested ranges and bases. If I´m done with my two Riesel bases (R640 and R602) I´ll start an new base.
(Sadly all data have been destroyed by an fire a few weeks ago, I just restarted the computings. 2 out of 67 k´s primed, still 212K numbers to check. :( If someone wanna help, PM me!)


Well 1024 (2^10) cores I guess :D

Sorry to hear about your misfortune. Hope that your replacement equipment is at least getting you faster through to completion.

About GPU. The kind of sieving and primality testing we are doing here, does not yet do very well or efficient on a GPU. It however appears that there could be something in the making for a GPU equivalent to sr2sieve, as per a post by Ken at Primegrid, however I'm not sure what status is on that development. Nor do I know weather that GPU sieve only covers base 2 or all bases that we are searching. Anyway, there for sure is a mayor boost to our search, if or when GPU's can be used to start up bases.

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Message 3030 - Posted: 7 Nov 2016, 11:27:27 UTC - in response to Message 3026.
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About GPU. The kind of sieving and primality testing we are doing here, does not yet do very well or efficient on a GPU. It however appears that there could be something in the making for a GPU equivalent to sr2sieve, as per a post by Ken at Primegrid, however I'm not sure what status is on that development. Nor do I know weather that GPU sieve only covers base 2 or all bases that we are searching. Anyway, there for sure is a mayor boost to our search, if or when GPU's can be used to start up bases.


If that could be done in here, I'd be more than happy to move my GPUs over to this project =)

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Message 3052 - Posted: 17 Nov 2016, 21:34:29 UTC - in response to Message 3012.

Yes we really have a lot of work left. We really need the 1000 core computers that has been talked about for years. Once that day come - the day of the 1000 core computer - at layman prices then we will really start to see some progress being made. However I expect at the next update, that we will see a jump of about ~4 billion k's, due to completion of my Sierpinski base 3 range :)

This brings me to a final note. If we really wanna see the progress bar jump, we need more people starting up untested ranges and untested bases. Most k's are removed for n<=25000, however those k's are also unmentionable except when completing the proof that the conjectured k is actually the smallest k possible for wich no prime excist for any n, since n<=25000 is very far even for the highest bases from Top5000 territory. So as Gary mentioned it a long time ago. Searching for n<=25000 and starting new ranges is not for the faint of heart, since there is no chance of a Top5000 prime :)



Just wanted to add an interessing point. Lets take a look at R280. We have an CK from 513 Trillion, most work is there (it´s the highest CK I noticed). Before we can test for primes we need to sieve. The p-value is low, but even that will take weeks on an high-end CPU due the amount of k´s.
It would be great to port sieving to BOINC, but I´m not sure if we have an time advantage.
Just think about some Sierp bases. More than >100k on n=100K, thats so much work. :)
Luckily sr(n)sieve has MT on linux. My new servers are hungry.

About Top5000: Just create other bases, R108755 seems to be fine, maybe Top5000 @n=50K. ;)

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Message 3054 - Posted: 18 Nov 2016, 11:02:40 UTC - in response to Message 3052.

Yes we really have a lot of work left. We really need the 1000 core computers that has been talked about for years. Once that day come - the day of the 1000 core computer - at layman prices then we will really start to see some progress being made. However I expect at the next update, that we will see a jump of about ~4 billion k's, due to completion of my Sierpinski base 3 range :)

This brings me to a final note. If we really wanna see the progress bar jump, we need more people starting up untested ranges and untested bases. Most k's are removed for n<=25000, however those k's are also unmentionable except when completing the proof that the conjectured k is actually the smallest k possible for wich no prime excist for any n, since n<=25000 is very far even for the highest bases from Top5000 territory. So as Gary mentioned it a long time ago. Searching for n<=25000 and starting new ranges is not for the faint of heart, since there is no chance of a Top5000 prime :)



Just wanted to add an interessing point. Lets take a look at R280. We have an CK from 513 Trillion, most work is there (it´s the highest CK I noticed). Before we can test for primes we need to sieve. The p-value is low, but even that will take weeks on an high-end CPU due the amount of k´s.
It would be great to port sieving to BOINC, but I´m not sure if we have an time advantage.
Just think about some Sierp bases. More than >100k on n=100K, thats so much work. :)
Luckily sr(n)sieve has MT on linux. My new servers are hungry.

About Top5000: Just create other bases, R108755 seems to be fine, maybe Top5000 @n=50K. ;)


Sieving will not be done with BOINC, there is a srbsieve.ini file available for the first 100M at Mersenne. You can start this sieving with srbsieve and NewPGen. The bases 280 taking much more time to sieve.

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Message 3090 - Posted: 1 Dec 2016, 19:55:08 UTC

As of December 1st 2016 the stats is as follows :)

Overall progress


563,674,901,215,566 Total Riesel k's to test (all bases)
142,501,532,757,170 Total Sierpinski k's to test (all bases)
706,176,433,972,736 Total k's to test (both sides, all bases)

563,642,895,983,854 Untested Riesel k's (all not fully tested bases)
142,494,964,058,100 Untested Sierpinski k's (all not fully tested bases)
706,137,860,041,954 Total untested k's (both sides, all not fully tested bases)

748,096 Remaining Riesel k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
184,409 Remaining Sierpinski k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
932,505 Remaining k's (both sides, all fully and partially tested bases)

706,137,860,974,459 Total k's remaining (both sides, untested+remaining k's)

0.0054622324424 % of all k's tested or primed
99.9945377675576 % of all k's remaining untested or unprimed

Advanced Riesel stats

32,004,483,616 Total Riesel k's tested or primed

0.0056778266244 % of Riesel k's tested or primed
99.9943221733757 % of Riesel k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,031 Total Riesel conjectures

388 (37,6333656644035%) Riesel conjectures proven

3,294 (Base 121) Largest Riesel conjecture proven

4 (Base 1,019) Smallest Riesel conjecture unproven
63,064,644,938 (Base 3) Largest fully tested Riesel conjecture unproven

488 (75.8942457231726%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000
394 (61.2752721617418%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000
392 (60.9642301710731%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=100000
87 (13.5303265940902%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=250000
32 (4.9766718506998%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=500000
17 (2.6438569206843%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
4 (0.6220839813375%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
2 (0.3110419906687%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

105 (16.3297045101089%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1 k remaining
39 (6.0653188180404%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2 k's remaining
37 (5.7542768273717%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 3 k's remaining
45 (6.9984447900467%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
55 (8.5536547433904%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
52 (8.0870917573873%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
30 (4.6656298600311%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
23 (3.5769828926905%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
50 (7.7760497667185%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
26 (4.0435458786936%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
13 (2.0217729393468%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
8 (1.2441679626750%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

Advanced Sierpinski stats

6,568,514,661
Total Sierpinski k's tested or primed

0.0046094343927 % of Sierpinski k's tested or primed
99.9953905656073 % of Sierpinski k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,032 Total Sierpinski conjectures

382 (37,0155038759690%) Sierpinski conjectures proven

66,741 (Base 2 even-n) Largest Sierpinski conjecture proven

4 (Base 914) Smallest Sierpinski conjecture unproven
37,565,868 (Base 63) Largest fully tested Sierpinski conjecture unproven

494 (76.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000
426 (65.5384615384615%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000
421 (64.7692307692308%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=100000
91 (14.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=250000
47 (7.2307692307692%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=500000
25 (3.8461538461539%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
3 (0.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

103 (15.8461538461538%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1 k remaining
42 (6.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2 k's remaining
38 (5.8461538461539%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 3 k's remaining
50 (7.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
43 (6.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
56 (8.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
46 (7.0769230769231%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
29 (4.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
37 (5.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
32 (4.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
11 (1.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
9 (1.3846153846154%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
2 (0.3076923076923%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
3 (0.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

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Message 3180 - Posted: 1 Jan 2017, 17:47:27 UTC
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As of January 1st 2017 the stats is as follows :)

Overall progress


563,674,901,215,566 Total Riesel k's to test (all bases)
142,501,532,757,170 Total Sierpinski k's to test (all bases)
706,176,433,972,736 Total k's to test (both sides, all bases)

563,642,895,983,854 Untested Riesel k's (all not fully tested bases)
142,494,964,058,100 Untested Sierpinski k's (all not fully tested bases)
706,137,860,041,954 Total untested k's (both sides, all not fully tested bases)

747,889 Remaining Riesel k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
184,127 Remaining Sierpinski k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
932,016 Remaining k's (both sides, all fully and partially tested bases)

706,137,860,973,970 Total k's remaining (both sides, untested+remaining k's)

0.00546223251164% of all k's tested or primed
99.9945377674884% of all k's remaining untested or unprimed

Advanced Riesel stats

32,004,483,823
Total Riesel k's tested or primed

0.005677826661074% of Riesel k's tested or primed
99.9943221733389% of Riesel k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,031 Total Riesel conjectures

388 (37,6333656644035%) Riesel conjectures proven

3,294 (Base 121) Largest Riesel conjecture proven

4 (Base 1,019) Smallest Riesel conjecture unproven
63,064,644,938 (Base 3) Largest fully tested Riesel conjecture unproven

483 (75.1166407465008%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000
397 (61.7418351477450%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000
395 (61.4307931570762%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=100000
90 (13.9968895800933%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=250000
33 (5.1321928460342%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=500000
18 (2.7993779160187%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
4 (0.6220839813375%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
2 (0.3110419906687%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

105 (16.3297045101089%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1 k remaining
39 (6.0653188180404%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2 k's remaining
37 (5.7542768273717%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 3 k's remaining
46 (7.1539657853810%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
54 (8.3981337480560%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
52 (8.0870917573873%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
31 (4.8211508553655%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
24 (3.7325038880249%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
48 (7.4650077760498%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
26 (4.0435458786936%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
13 (2.0217729393468%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
8 (1.2441679626750%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

Advanced Sierpinski stats

6,568,514,943
Total Sierpinski k's tested or primed

0.004609434590569 % of Sierpinski k's tested or primed
99.9953905654094 % of Sierpinski k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,032 Total Sierpinski conjectures

382 (37,0155038759690%) Sierpinski conjectures proven

66,741 (Base 2 even-n) Largest Sierpinski conjecture proven

4 (Base 914) Smallest Sierpinski conjecture unproven
37,565,868 (Base 63) Largest fully tested Sierpinski conjecture unproven

494 (76.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000
432 (66.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000
428 (65.8461538461538%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=100000
93 (14.3076923076923%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=250000
50 (7.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=500000
25 (3.8461538461539%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
3 (0.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

103 (15.8461538461538%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1 k remaining
42 (6.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2 k's remaining
38 (5.8461538461539%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 3 k's remaining
50 (7.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
43 (6.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
56 (8.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
46 (7.0769230769231%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
31 (4.7692307692308%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
35 (5.3846153846154%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
32 (4.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
11 (1.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
9 (1.3846153846154%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
2 (0.3076923076923%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
3 (0.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

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Message 3233 - Posted: 1 Feb 2017, 16:35:56 UTC

As of February 1st 2017 the stats is as follows :)

Overall progress


563,674,901,215,566 Total Riesel k's to test (all bases)
142,501,532,757,170 Total Sierpinski k's to test (all bases)
706,176,433,972,736 Total k's to test (both sides, all bases)

563,642,895,983,854 Untested Riesel k's (all not fully tested bases)
142,494,961,490,486 Untested Sierpinski k's (all not fully tested bases)
706,137,857,474,340 Total untested k's (both sides, all not fully tested bases)

712,567 Remaining Riesel k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
185,398 Remaining Sierpinski k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
897,965 Remaining k's (both sides, all fully and partially tested bases)

706,137,858,372,305 Total k's remaining (both sides, untested+remaining k's)

0.0054626009% of all k's tested or primed
99.9945373991% of all k's remaining untested or unprimed

Advanced Riesel stats

32,004,519,145
Total Riesel k's tested or primed

0.0056778329% of Riesel k's tested or primed
99.9943221671% of Riesel k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,031 Total Riesel conjectures

388 (37.6333656644035%) Riesel conjectures proven

483 (75.1166407465008%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000
401 (62.3639191290824%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000
399 (62.0528771384137%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=100000
92 (14.3079315707621%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=250000
33 (5.1321928460342%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=500000
18 (2.7993779160187%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
4 (0.6220839813375%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
2 (0.3110419906687%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

105 (16.3297045101089%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1 k remaining
39 (6.0653188180404%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2 k's remaining
37 (5.7542768273717%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 3 k's remaining
46 (7.1539657853810%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
54 (8.3981337480560%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
52 (8.0870917573873%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
32 (4.9766718506999%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
25 (3.8880248833593%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
46 (7.1539657853810%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
26 (4.0435458786936%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
13 (2.0217729393468%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
8 (1.2441679626750%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
1 (0.1555209953344%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Riesel conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

Advanced Sierpinski stats

6,571,081,286
Total Sierpinski k's tested or primed

0.0046112355% of Sierpinski k's tested or primed
99.9953887645% of Sierpinski k's remaining untested or unprimed

1,032 Total Sierpinski conjectures

383 (37.1124031007752%) Sierpinski conjectures proven

495 (76.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000
435 (66.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000
430 (66.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=100000
97 (14.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=250000
51 (7.8461538461539%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=500000
26 (4.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=1000000
3 (0.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=2500000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=5000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=10000000
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=25000000
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures fully tested to n=50000000

103 (15.8461538461538%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1 k remaining
42 (6.4615384615385%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2 k's remaining
37 (5.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 3 k's remaining
50 (7.6923076923077%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 4 to 5 k's remaining
43 (6.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 6 to 10 k's remaining
56 (8.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 11 to 25 k's remaining
46 (7.0769230769231%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 26 to 50 k's remaining
34 (5.2307692307692%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 51 to 100 k's remaining
32 (4.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 101 to 250 k's remaining
32 (4.9230769230769%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 251 to 500 k's remaining
10 (1.5384615384615%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 501 to 1000 k's remaining
4 (0.6153846153846%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 1001 to 2500 k's remaining
2 (0.3076923076923%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 2501 to 5000 k's remaining
2 (0.3076923076923%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 5001 to 10000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 10001 to 25000 k's remaining
1 (0.1538461538462%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 25001 to 50000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 50001 to 100000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 100001 to 250000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 250001 to 500000 k's remaining
0 (0.0000000000000%) Unproven Sierpinski conjectures with 500001 to 1000000 k's remaining

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Message 3369 - Posted: 1 Apr 2017, 15:29:11 UTC - in response to Message 3233.

Since KEP have difficulties to post on this forum , he told me to post link to new overall project progress

http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?p=455954#post455954
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Message 3370 - Posted: 1 Apr 2017, 17:40:16 UTC - in response to Message 3369.

Whoops, forgot to use the "-" in the website adress... sorry. Thanks Pepi for referral to mersenneforum :)

As of 1st of April 2017 the progress is as follows:

563,674,901,215,566 Total Riesel k's to test (all bases)
142,501,532,757,170 Total Sierpinski k's to test (all bases)
706,176,433,972,736 Total k's to test (both sides, all bases)

563,642,894,149,240 Untested Riesel k's (all not fully tested bases)
142,494,941,423,544 Untested Sierpinski k's (all not fully tested bases)
706,137,835,572,784 Total untested k's (both sides, all not fully tested bases)

648,589 Remaining Riesel k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
186,421 Remaining Sierpinski k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
835,010 Remaining k's (both sides, all fully and partially tested bases)

706,137,836,407,794 Total k's remaining (both sides, untested+remaining k's)

38,597,564,942 Total k's tested or primed

0.0054657112706% of k's tested or primed
99.9945342887294% of k's remaining untested or unprimed

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Ps. The advanced statistics need a reconstruction, so it isn't too much work to keep it up to date. It may never return in the forseeable future :)

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Message 3532 - Posted: 29 May 2017, 18:02:22 UTC

KEP, no update last month. :( Maybe next month?

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Message 3534 - Posted: 30 May 2017, 14:37:32 UTC - in response to Message 3532.

Yes there will be an update the first of june, cannot promise when, but there will be an update :)

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Message 3538 - Posted: 1 Jun 2017, 15:02:30 UTC

As of 1st of June 2017 the progress is as follows:

563,674,901,215,566 Total Riesel k's to test (all bases)
142,501,532,757,170 Total Sierpinski k's to test (all bases)
706,176,433,972,736 Total k's to test (both sides, all bases)

563,642,894,123,914 Untested Riesel k's (all not fully tested bases)
142,493,920,181,967 Untested Sierpinski k's (all not fully tested bases)
706,136,814,305,881 Total untested k's (both sides, all not fully tested bases)

645,681 Remaining Riesel k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
200,343 Remaining Sierpinski k's (all fully and partially tested bases)
846,024 Remaining k's (both sides, all fully and partially tested bases)

706,136,815,151,905 Total k's remaining (both sides, untested+remaining k's)

39,618,820,831 Total k's tested or primed

0.0056103289384% of k's tested or primed
99.9943896710616% of k's remaining untested or unprimed

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Message 3858 - Posted: 27 Sep 2017, 17:38:34 UTC

Hi everyone :)

I'm gonna have to start creating a new and completely accurate progress calculation. This is starting for sure tomorrow (approximately 24h from now) and it will mean for a long time, that numbers will change, but eventually we will all know exactly how many k's need to be primed and how many is one of following:

k with trvial factors
k wich is MultipleOfBase (MOB)
k wich is GFN

All k's with trivial factors, k's wich is MOB and k's wich is GFN (Only Sierpinski side) doesn't need to be tested and therefor should not be part of the overall progress statistics. I'm not sure how this is going to affect the overall progress, but it most likely will make our overall progress increase :)

I have thought and desired to create this new stats for a long time and now my head finally seems to have found a way to solve this - using srbsieve. I'm also starting to consider creating a website with the stats, where more floating updates can be presented. I also in the end seemed to need at more modern and easier to work with spreadsheet :)

I expect to have version 0.1 ready by January 1st and then version 0.2 a month later and so forward will the increase as we nears/progress to the end of the creation of the new stats by 0.1

I'm open for suggestions on what to have in the stats and maybe a sitename (if I decide to create a webpage) - currently I consider involving following stats:

Conjectures proven or tested to n=25K
Conjectures proven or tested to n=50K
Conjectures proven or tested to n=100K
Conjectures proven or tested to n=250K
Conjectures proven or tested to n=500K
Conjectures proven or tested to n=1M
Conjectures proven or tested to n=2.5M
Conjectures proven or tested to n=5M
Conjectures proven or tested to n=10M
Conjectures proven or tested to n=25M
Conjectures proven or tested to n=50M

Overall progress (both sides)
Overall progress Sierpinski side
Overall progress Riesel side

Overall amount of trivial k's
Overall amount of MOB

Overall amount of GFN (Sierpinski side)

Riesel side amount of trivial k's
Riesel side amount of MOB

Sierpinski side amount of trivial k's
Sierpinski side amount of MOB
Sierpinski side amount of GFN

Overall amount of primes found
Overall amount of Sierpinski primes
Overall amount of Riesel primes

There may come other additions, but let me hear if you have any suggestions/wishes and consider things to gradually change from now on until the final version where all MOBs and trivials and GFN's are counted on all conjectures (that may be a few years into the future) :)

Take care

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Message 3859 - Posted: 28 Sep 2017, 21:24:05 UTC - in response to Message 3858.

Something like sum of Trivial (same for GFN and MOB) seems to be, ehm, very time consuming.

The good think is: We will get a very detailed status about not-primed-k´s!

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Message 3862 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 8:31:15 UTC - in response to Message 3859.

Yes, it is a little time consuming but mostly because srbsieve has to write the files that can be accurately determined without running all that many ranges - like it is for the trivial factors. But yes, a total sum of GFN and MOB will come, but it will be a few updates into the future - I do however expect to have all the Trivial factors counted under assumption that the Trivial pattern actually persists, when we see version 0.1 of these stats. Most of the work that involves srbsieve, can be automatized, but I still need to create ~100000 srbsieve.ini files. Thanks to predicting the correct amount of trivial factors for R280 and R15, I've been able to already remove approximately 197,000,000,000,000 (197 Trillion) k's that has up until now been part of the progress calculation.

Thanks for your feedback :)

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Message 3866 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 17:47:01 UTC - in response to Message 3862.

Yes, it is a little time consuming but mostly because srbsieve has to write the files that can be accurately determined without running all that many ranges - like it is for the trivial factors. But yes, a total sum of GFN and MOB will come, but it will be a few updates into the future - I do however expect to have all the Trivial factors counted under assumption that the Trivial pattern actually persists, when we see version 0.1 of these stats. Most of the work that involves srbsieve, can be automatized, but I still need to create ~100000 srbsieve.ini files. Thanks to predicting the correct amount of trivial factors for R280 and R15, I've been able to already remove approximately 197,000,000,000,000 (197 Trillion) k's that has up until now been part of the progress calculation.

Thanks for your feedback :)



I would like to help you, but I´m working on an own project related CRUS project.
(Will you guess it?) :)

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Message 3874 - Posted: 30 Sep 2017, 9:52:48 UTC - in response to Message 3866.

Prime conjectures - understood like you are searching the minimum prime-k conjecture like we know it from PSP - correct?

Ps. Well it can be mostly automatized, but still hundred thousand of srbsieve ini files need to be created and ran using a batch - however things are now pacing forward and for most conjectures less than 6G (6G of k's seem to be what is optimal to run for each segment of the testings) at least 5% has been tested and fully counted. The good thing about the Trillion plus k's conjectures is that their trivial factors appears to be in a repeat pattern - so in fact all trivial factors and a great number of the MOB's and GFN's will have been excluded in version 0.1 - this means that we will have to maybe test only 50% of all k's that appears untested now. In other words we will see a huge reduction in the k's that need testing and who knows, we might actually see us self reach for the 1% milestone a lot sooner than expected :)

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Message 4076 - Posted: 31 Dec 2017, 12:07:01 UTC

Version 0.1 of the new statistics will not come on January 1st, but soon after and it will be created using the data available on January 1st. We will not see the huge decrease in overall k's remaining, simply because counting does take long time. We do however for now have a reduction on the k's of about 25,000,000,000,000 k's (this number will increase a lot, as I progresses on counting the various ranges) that are either counted as Trivial Factor k, GFN or MOB.

Happy New Year everyone

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Message 4079 - Posted: 1 Jan 2018, 19:31:42 UTC

Sorry guys, but there is not gonna come a version 0.1 or any complete version of the overall project progress. More information can be found at the CRUS forum on mersenneforum.org

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