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#1 Q about Rieselsieve

Unread post by Reeltime » Mon May 26, 2008 9:01 pm

According to The rieselsieve homepage, and to Buster in anonther thread, more wu's should take about 30 mins on a 2kHz machine,

I'm finding them taking about 90 mins, anything obvious I should be doing?

Or does my machine just not like them very much?
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Unread post by Buster Gunn » Mon May 26, 2008 11:57 pm

I'm finding them taking about 90 mins, anything obvious I should be doing?
I can only relate with what I'm running.

Q6700 64 bit os 800 Mhz memory 35 minutes 2.4 Ghz
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Q6600 32 bit os 666 Mhz memory 1 hour 2.4 Ghz
Turino 32 bit os 666 Mhz memory 1.5 hours 2.0 Ghz
Laptop Acer 32 bit os 666 Mhz memory 2 hours 1.8 Ghz
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Unread post by MacDitch » Tue May 27, 2008 9:18 pm

Q6600 64 bit os 666 Mhz memory 39 minutes 2.4 Ghz
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Q6600 32 bit os 666 Mhz memory 1 hour 2.4 Ghz
I hadn't really appreciated what a difference the 64bit system made! I must get around to trying it on this machine. I got as far as burning a Kubuntu 64bit CD; just never got as far as putting it in the drive before turning on!! :?
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Unread post by Reeltime » Tue May 27, 2008 10:27 pm

Aha, I see what it is, 64 bit seems to make just a wee bit of a difference then lol


Another question regarding llr. Do they normally take 6 times the time of the sieve units or is it just me again lol?
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Unread post by MacDitch » Wed May 28, 2008 6:39 am

Another question regarding llr. Do they normally take 6 times the time of the sieve units or is it just me again lol?
Haven't done any but I've seen a lot of reports about them taking a looooooooonnnnnng time; not half as long as they take to validate though. :)
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#6 LLR units

Unread post by Strider » Sat May 31, 2008 4:20 pm

Running LLR units on athlon fx 57 at 2.8ghz the times I saw were 5 to 8 hours per unit with the odd 11 hour work unit. Validation takes weeks sometimes. Sieve units on the same system take about 1hr 10min. Hope that gives a lil help on comparing

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