The 27121 sieve has now been rolled up into the PPR sieves 3M-6M and 6M-9M. Therefore, this sieve is officially closed.
This is the reservation thread for the 27121 Prime Search sieving (PrimeGrid's collaboration with the 12121 Prime Search). The sieve is for k=27 & 121; k*2^n+-1 for n<10M.
Before reserving a range, please visit the Welcome thread for instructions and to download the setup files. NOTE: Manual BOINC cobblestones are available for this sieve. Also, this sieve is best suited for 64 bit OS machines.
27121_1700T is the current sieve file and can be found here: Sieve file.
sr2sieve 1.8.11 (1.6.7 for Mac's) is the current version we are using and can be downloaded here: sr2sieve Sieve Software
The factor upload folder is located here: Factor Upload
User Stats for manual ranges
To reserve a range, simply post in this thread the range you wish to reserve, using the following format for your message: Reserving Range Username. For example: Reserving 0T-25T Lennart
27&121 +-1 for n<10M
000T-2050T 27121 Sieve Archive
SUSPENDED while we evaluate the PPS sieve's impact. For similar sieves using sr2sieve, please see the PST forum's ESP Sieve or SR5 Sieve.
Review other reservation posts before selecting a range. Also, check to make sure you have the latest sieve file.
2.5P: Second Goal
5P+?: Final Goal
Updating sieve file
Download and unzip the new sieve file. Stop sr2sieve. Edit command-line.txt file to new sieve file name. Restart sr2sieve.
Please visit the Welcome thread for special instructions on how to easily utilize all cores.
Process Priority Switch
Default is not to change process priority.
-zz sets lowest priority (nice 20, Low)
-z sets low priority (nice 10, Below Normal)
-Z sets high priority (nice -10, Above Normal)
-ZZ sets highest priority (nice -20, High)
Sample Rates - 27121_290T sieve file
3,22M p/sec on Q9550 when running 3 instances on Win x64
~3.7M p/sec on Q6600 at 3.2 GHz when running 4 instances on Linux64 Ubuntu 8.04
To keep the thread organized, reservation posts will be deleted as updated.