20211016, 19:10  #1 
Sep 2006
The Netherlands
11·71 Posts 
Difference in residue LLR4.0 vs LLR2 1.1.1
Tested at this internet box Xeon L5420
Different residues: sllr64 version 4.0 gwnum 30.6 : 9473*2^10249681 is not prime. RES64: 20E2F460750CC947. Time : 1280.557 sec. 9473*2^10250021 is not prime. RES64: B76C5E01AC969C27. Time : 1233.439 sec. From primegrid downloadpage llr2 1.1.1 gwnum 30.4 : 9473*2^10249681 is not prime. LLR Res64: A64A973DDFB5A0B4 Time : 1081.245 sec. 9473*2^10250021 is not prime. LLR Res64: 4AA2BFFF180ABA02 Time : 1081.488 sec. Is it worrysome or no problem? 
20211017, 03:19  #2 
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
2^{7}×5^{2} Posts 
Prime95 30.7b3
cllr.exe 4.0.0 32bit (Windows) cllr.exe 3.8.24b3 32bit (Windows) on an old 5960X all agree with your sllr64 4.0 results. Code:
Prime95 30.7b3 {"status":"C", "k":9473, "b":2, "n":1024968, "c":1, "worktype":"PRP3", "res64":"20E2F460750CC947", "residuetype":1, "res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fftlength":81920, "errorcode":"00000000", "securitycode":"7D9A1A57", "program":{"name":"Prime95", "version":"30.7", "build":3, "port":4}, "timestamp":"20211017 02:56:29", "errors":{"gerbicz":0}, "proof":{"version":2, "power":6, "hashsize":64, "md5":"be8c612f6bbdc78f13db9aad15be25c2"}, "user":"athath", "computer":"5960X"} {"status":"C", "k":9473, "b":2, "n":1025002, "c":1, "worktype":"PRP3", "res64":"B76C5E01AC969C27", "residuetype":1, "res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fftlength":81920, "errorcode":"00000000", "securitycode":"7DDE1A9B", "program":{"name":"Prime95", "version":"30.7", "build":3, "port":4}, "timestamp":"20211017 02:58:33", "errors":{"gerbicz":0}, "proof":{"version":2, "power":6, "hashsize":64, "md5":"184b9acc8d9391ba83b8962066a3c5a7"}, "user":"athath", "computer":"5960X"} cllr.exe 4.0.0 32bit Windows: cllr.exe d q"9473*2^10249681" Starting Fermat PRP test of 9473*2^10249681 Using AVX FFT length 80K, Pass1=320, Pass2=256, clm=1, a = 3 9473*2^10249681 is not prime. RES64: 20E2F460750CC947. Time : 418.243 sec. cllr.exe d q"9473*2^10250021" Starting Fermat PRP test of 9473*2^10250021 Using AVX FFT length 80K, Pass1=320, Pass2=256, clm=1, a = 3 9473*2^10250021 is not prime. RES64: B76C5E01AC969C27. Time : 418.698 sec. cllr.exe 3.8.24b3 32bit Windows: cllr.exe d q"9473*2^10249681" Starting Fermat PRP test of 9473*2^10249681 Using AVX FFT length 80K, Pass1=320, Pass2=256, clm=1, a = 3 9473*2^10249681 is not prime. RES64: 20E2F460750CC947. Time : 420.067 sec. cllr.exe d q"9473*2^10250021" Starting Fermat PRP test of 9473*2^10250021 Using AVX FFT length 80K, Pass1=320, Pass2=256, clm=1, a = 3 9473*2^10250021 is not prime. RES64: B76C5E01AC969C27. Time : 419.335 sec. 
20211017, 03:54  #3 
Jun 2003
5,197 Posts 
So the explanation is simple.Two different types of tests, two different residues.
4.0 is doing a PRP test. LLR2 is apparently doing an LLR test (shock! LLR doing an LLR test?!) 
20211017, 12:54  #4 
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
6200_{8} Posts 
I just assumed everything was PRP tests, I was not even thinking about LLR tests.
I'm not sure why LLR is not running LLR tests actually, it should when k<2^{n} ? There is a ForcePRP=1 option, but I did not use it. 
20211017, 13:04  #5 
Jun 2003
5,197 Posts 
Starting from 3.8.something, PRP + GEC is available, so that is preferred due to the robust error checking.

20211017, 13:14  #6  
Einyen
Dec 2003
Denmark
2^{7}·5^{2} Posts 
Quote:
So if it runs PRP + GEC, and you find a PRP and wants to make sure it is prime. How do you force an LLR test? Edit: Seems the forced PRP+GEC started between version 3.8.23 and 3.8.24b3. Last fiddled with by ATH on 20211017 at 13:21 

20211017, 13:28  #7 
Just call me Henry
"David"
Sep 2007
Cambridge (GMT/BST)
13462_{8} Posts 
Might be wrong but I think it will run an llr test after a prp result

20211022, 22:46  #8 
Sep 2006
The Netherlands
11×71 Posts 
Using LLR2 now which is 30.4 based.
What would be needed to put in inifile to enforce it use PRP test and use Gerbicz Error Check (GEC)? 
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