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Message 37297 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 14:50:51 UTC

Good morning everyone, I had a few questions about the PRPNet work projects and how long they would take on my computer, Since I don't have much time these days to check each one for how long it would take per WU, I would really like some input as to the time frames on Average that is on this type of computer specs are - Windows 7 - 64 bit OS with 2 Gigs of Ram, and an Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2160 @ 1.80GHz.

The projects I am interested in and would like to know the Avg time they take to complete would be as follows :

1. Proth Prime Search
2. Generalized Cullen/Woodall Prime Search
3. Sophie Germain Prime Search - Looks like it would take on avg of 17 Min Per Core, lemme know if that's correct.
4. Primorial Prime Search
5. Factorial Prime Search
6. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search
7. 27121 Prime Search
8. Extended Sierpinski Problem
9. Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 Project
10. Dual Sierpinski Problem
11. Mega Prime Search

I would be very greatful for any help on the time frames of these Work Units, and would be forever in anyone's debt that helps. Thank you so much!
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Message 37298 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 15:04:36 UTC

I'll start from last item.
11. Mega prime search, takes ~9600 secs on i5-2500, I would estimate about 5 hours on E2160.
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Message 37300 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 15:14:24 UTC - in response to Message 37298.

I'll start from last item.
11. Mega prime search, takes ~9600 secs on i5-2500, I would estimate about 5 hours on E2160.

Thank you so much, each little bit helps :) If anyone knows the rest of them please post for me Thanks!
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Message 37301 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 15:16:20 UTC - in response to Message 37297.

I suggest that you run a client that grabs one workunit from each. For example, set the percentage to 9% each with one workunit for each and let it run for day or two.

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Message 37302 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 15:21:25 UTC - in response to Message 37301.

I suggest that you run a client that grabs one workunit from each. For example, set the percentage to 9% each with one workunit for each and let it run for day or two.

While that would be the best solution, I am running at a library, with there permission of course but I don't have the option to run them that long, plus I'm not sure PRPNet would tell me how long a WU took for each project unless you can tell me how. Although that would be a solution worth checking out, Thanks for your input and I look forward to your response :)
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Message 37303 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 15:58:18 UTC

Dual Sierpinski (5 or Bust) tasks are taking about a day on a i7 2600K o/c at 4.1 with hyperthreading on. And, they're only getting longer.

Your estimate for the Sophie Germain tasks seems like it is in the right neighborhood.

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Message 37305 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 16:25:09 UTC - in response to Message 37303.

Thanks for the info Gary, that helps a ton!
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Message 37308 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 16:44:24 UTC - in response to Message 37305.

From ...\prpclient-4.3.0beta-windows\prpclient-1\test_results.log (T5300@1.73 GHz):

[2011-06-06 13:53:11 CDT] Server: 5OB, Candidate: 1*2^6706792+40291 Program: llr.exe Residue: 7F4E8EF228E6D2BE. Time: 224639 seconds

[2011-06-07 01:41:52 CDT] Server: MEGA, Candidate: 81*2^3322021+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: F96BF83CE496AD60 Time: 28301 seconds

The bigger GFN's take days...
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Message 37309 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 16:58:46 UTC

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7250 @ 2.00GHz [Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13] Windows7 32Bit, 2Gb RAM, a 5oB recently completed:

FFT 768K, Pass1=1K, Pass2=768, a = 3, Total Time: 141561 secs

I'll run some singles from your list on that laptop as its fairly close to the spec you are tracking, and post result when done

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Message 37312 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 17:11:15 UTC - in response to Message 37309.

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7250 @ 2.00GHz [Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13] Windows7 32Bit, 2Gb RAM, a 5oB recently completed:

FFT 768K, Pass1=1K, Pass2=768, a = 3, Total Time: 141561 secs

I'll run some singles from your list on that laptop as its fairly close to the spec you are tracking, and post result when done

Regards
Zy

So is the 5oB you speak of on my top first post list as this:

9. Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 Project

Or is it something else on the list of the 11 that I posted so far on the top post? Please keep me informed! Thanks so much for your help!!

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Message 37322 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 18:05:47 UTC - in response to Message 37312.

This one:

http://pgllr.mine.nu:13000/all.html

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Message 37331 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 18:54:10 UTC

This may be out-of-date (T5300@1.73 GHz):

Project Minutes Points ppm PPSE11K 0.36 9 25 121 692 13555 20 SGS 30 402 13 27121 394 5196 13 ESP 330 4195 13 PPSEHi 73 906 12 PPSE10K 0.26 3 12 GCW13 345 3457 10 PRS 303 2940 10 GFN32 46 445 10 GFN65 228 1491 7 FPS 729 1804 2

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Message 37334 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 19:36:47 UTC

On my system which is an AMD Phenom x4 9600 @ 2.3GHz, I'm guessing your times would be marginally longer than mine.

Factorial Prime Search ~ 17 hours
Prime Prime Search Low ~ 65 seconds
Prime Prime Search High ~ 40 minutes
Sophie Germain Prime Search ~ 12 minutes.

Hope this helps,
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Message 37335 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 19:58:38 UTC

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7250 @ 2.00GHz [Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13] Windows7 32Bit, 2Gb RAM,

Two more ...

SGS LLR 1045 secs

PPS LLR V6.09 7349 secs

Riesel LLR, Woodall, Cullen, 321 Prime LLR, running this evening/finish off over night, will post when done.

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Message 37345 - Posted: 21 Jun 2011 | 23:03:09 UTC

Here are several project times in which I participated on different computers last month or so. If two times are present, each of them is for different FFT.

(Core i7) Xeon X5650 @ 4GHz HToff, Win7 x64, 6GB RAM

[2011-06-13 02:48:15 SE(c] Server: MEGA, Candidate: 69*2^3324053+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: ABC6F9D079FB0412 Time: 9877 seconds
[2011-06-13 02:09:52 SE(c] Server: MEGA, Candidate: 13*2^3324052+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 1960A639539CC001 Time: 7583 seconds

[2011-06-20 03:25:06 SE(c] Server: PRS, Candidate: 961739#-1 Program: pfgw64.exe Residue: 84ABBD4DA52AF91F Time: 10219 seconds

[2011-05-18 09:46:26 SE(c] Server: PPSElow, Candidate: 2445*2^207576+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 9F702E95F66E71D2 Time: 30 second

[2011-06-18 17:28:13 SE(c] Server: PPSEhigh, Candidate: 177*2^1020654+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: FA2768D9344707C8 Time: 1309 seconds
[2011-06-18 13:43:28 SE(c] Server: PPSEhigh, Candidate: 615*2^1020646+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: A80D3CE3B75485A0 Time: 1199 seconds

[2011-05-29 21:40:33 SE(c] Server: GCW, Candidate: 371272*116^371272+1 Program: pfgw64.exe Residue: 2FF2E19173A3DFB2 Time: 15704 seconds
[2011-05-29 10:11:40 SE(c] Server: GCW, Candidate: 458076*47^458076+1 Program: pfgw64.exe Residue: 6B32A3B5340084BF Time: 12960 seconds

[2011-05-26 04:04:37 SE(c] Server: FPS, Candidate: 109797!+1 Program: pfgw64.exe Residue: 52C4872A06762D6D Time: 16736 seconds

Q9300 @ 3.08GHz, Win Vista 32b, 2GB RAM

[2011-05-19 00:34:42 SE(č] Server: PPSElow, Candidate: 8801*2^207969+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 30829C4BE5EEA982 Time: 37 seconds

[2011-06-13 04:41:59 SE(č] Server: PPSEhigh, Candidate: 411*2^1020444+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: A56907738D925079 Time: 782 seconds
[2011-06-13 04:58:52 SE(č] Server: PPSEhigh, Candidate: 837*2^1020444+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 883FC10CA1034626 Time: 1008 seconds

[2011-06-15 17:54:07 SE(č] Server: MEGA, Candidate: 21*2^3324673+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 6EA2ACE19E614AC2 Time: 13058 seconds
[2011-06-15 23:17:49 SE(č] Server: MEGA, Candidate: 71*2^3324699+1 Program: llr.exe Residue: 0ED3BCA73171C84C Time: 19417 seconds

[2011-06-05 18:54:49 SE(č] Server: GCW, Candidate: 379420*109^379420+1 Program: pfgw32.exe Residue: E0D323142B81B7BC Time: 35450 seconds
[2011-06-05 23:11:49 SE(č] Server: GCW, Candidate: 462432*47^462432+1 Program: pfgw32.exe Residue: 129ED068B81EA0AA Time: 26632 seconds

Core2Duo E4400 2GHz, Windows XP 32b, 2GB RAM
[2011-06-21 15:08:40 SE(č] Server: SGS, Candidate: 5028816581775*2^666669-1 Program: llr.exe Residue: B41E346DADB5C380 Time: 1111 seconds

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Message 37348 - Posted: 22 Jun 2011 | 1:07:53 UTC

each line will look something like This:

[2011-04-18 01:24:10 MDT] Server: 5oB, Candidate: 1*2^3953775+41693 Program: llr Residue: 00017349BC560C80. Time: 42524 seconds [2011-04-20 16:44:28 MDT] Server: PPSElow, Candidate: 9609*2^130662+1 Program: llr Residue: 648A81355C85F147 Time: 46 seconds

This is on a 4 core 2.83 GHz Box w/ 4Gb Ram running a 64bit Linux

Hope this helps,

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Message 37436 - Posted: 24 Jun 2011 | 2:42:56 UTC

Thanks so much guys, I totally missed the Test results log that they had in the folder, I'll be checking that from now on. Thanks again everyone!!

Edit:Why is it that I can't get any work units from these:

server=PPSElow10:100:1:uwin.mine.nu:10000
//server=PPSElow11:50:1:prime2u.com:11000

They are the only PPSElow ones right??

Also one last question for these:

1. Proth Prime Search
2. Generalized Cullen/Woodall Prime Search
3. Sophie Germain Prime Search - Looks like it would take on avg of 17 Min Per Core, lemme know if that's correct.
4. Primorial Prime Search
5. Factorial Prime Search
6. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search
7. 27121 Prime Search
8. Extended Sierpinski Problem
9. Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 Project
10. Dual Sierpinski Problem
11. Mega Prime Search

I need to know each of these 11's time frames per Work Unit so If I start one of the say Primorial how long till it expires and such?

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Message 37439 - Posted: 24 Jun 2011 | 5:43:09 UTC - in response to Message 37436.

Edit:Why is it that I can't get any work units from these:

server=PPSElow10:100:1:uwin.mine.nu:10000
//server=PPSElow11:50:1:prime2u.com:11000

They are the only PPSElow ones right??

These ports are out of date. Just take the actual for PPSlow:
server=PPSElow12:100:20:prpnet.mine.nu:12000

Regards Odi

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Message 37551 - Posted: 27 Jun 2011 | 22:56:33 UTC

Thank you so much everyone for the tremendous help with these! Here is an update so far for what I have added to the list and for ones that are close or are at my computer specs. I will narrow down the ones that are showing a little bigger gaps then I would like, for example 1 is like 30 min to 2 hours, I will test that one myself to narrow it down. But for others I would be so very great full to get help with the other ones that have computers near mine. The specs for mine are as follows : Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit OS, Intel Pent Dual CPU E2160 @ 1.80GHz, 2 Gig's Ram.

The projects I am interested in and would like to know the Average time they take to complete.

1. Proth Prime Search
2. Generalized Cullen/Woodall 13 Prime Search
**3. Sophie Germain Prime Search – Average time per Work Unit is 17 to 30 Min
**4. Primorial Prime Search – Average time per Work Unit is 2 Hours
5. Factorial Prime Search
6. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search - 524288
7. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search - 262144
8. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search - 65536
9. Generalized Fermat Number Prime Search - 32768
**10. Dual Sierpinski Problem - Takes about 2 Days
**11. Mega Prime Search – Average time Per Work Unit is 7.9 hours
**12. PPSE high – Average time per Work Unit is 44 Min
**13. PPSElow12 - Average time per Work Unit is 80 Sec
14. 27121 - Prime Search
15. 121 – Prime Search
**16. Five or Bust – Prime Search – Average time per Work Unit is 39.3 to 62.3 Hours
17. Extended Sierpinski Problem
18. Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 Project

PS- The 50B one that has a WU from 39 to 62 hours, now that one I have no chance of testing right now so if someone can narrow it down I would be forever great full!! Thanks a ton for all the help this great community has provided.

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