In a review yesterday of the Cullen/Woodall Project status, it was determined that we are at "optimal" sieve depth...actually, a little beyond it. Therefore, we are stopping the 32 bit and 64 bit Cullen/Woodall Sieve applications and archiving the sieve. Cullen/Woodall LLR will remain active up to n=10M.
32 bit "optimal" happened last month. It was referenced in this post but as an oversight by me, I failed to relay that information to Rytis. It looks as though from the activity logs, not many 32 bit users saw that post. As a result, ironically, the extra 32 bit crunching helped advance the 64 bit "optimal" level that much faster. Once the buffer is emptied, no more work will be added to the queue. Please expect shutdown within 24-48 hours.
This is a terrific accomplishment. Thank you for all the work you have done. Now let's find another Woodall...or better yet, our first Cullen. :D
The future of the Cullen/Woodall search will be re-evaluated as we approach n=10M. Currently a combined sieve for 10M<n<25M has already been generated to p=10G. However, we will hold off on implementing this in BOINC until we determine the direction after 10M.
This means that PG BOINC will only have two sieves right now - PSP sieve and PPS sieve. We may in the near future add the 321 5M-25M sieve to replace the CW sieve as we'll need that file when the current 321 LLR progress reaches n=5M (currently at 3.99M).
Also, we're working on the addition of another prime project. However, nothing will be added until after the new server is installed.
More details to come later.