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fivemack 2014-12-30 11:44

322686 (broken sequence, skip to
[code]
170921357703045988815106803517563569500400870845245911612925827675762925228478605703846804323434039553487731143700150
[/code]

has reached 126 digits.

Dropping 322686 (unexamined C103)

fivemack 2014-12-30 11:54

Dropping 896310 (147 digits, fully-ECMed C128)

fivemack 2014-12-30 16:18

Dropping 761880 (127 digits, ECMed C122)

RobertS 2014-12-30 18:39

Dropping 426528

Taking 154518 194178 201822 260256 279390 468460 489524 529866 619416 669480 671580 675204 902784 960930

henryzz 2015-01-01 15:34

[QUOTE=fivemack;391057]Dropping 59436 209760 327852 301920 641620 39282 844116 245406 271980[/QUOTE]

Got:
59436 is not reserved at the moment
301920 is not reserved at the moment
641620 is not reserved at the moment
39282 is not reserved at the moment
844116 is not reserved at the moment

I can't find reservation posts for several of these. If I have found them it was a long time ago.

Batalov 2015-01-01 21:09

Taking 399168

fivemack 2015-01-01 22:18

Dropping 250560 (ECMed C116)

yoyo 2015-01-02 08:46

Taking 250560

fivemack 2015-01-02 11:03

Dropping 368370 (unexamined C114)

yoyo 2015-01-02 15:49

Taking 368370

yoyo 2015-01-02 16:13

Taking 186726 247068 268500 311064 329952 40500 639720 645996 749328 892724 895998 943182 558504 358506 268506 888510 628530 188532 708534 888540 938544 588546 408552 288552 728552 468558 448560 878560 508560 298560 598560 488568 728580 618588 848596 278598 618600 308610 438618 808620 508626 778632 668640 798642 758646 828660 88662 508662 608664 278670 258672 728676 518688 768696 378696 788700 848718 978720 268740 438750 878752 748752 728760 258768 478770 988770 98772 808776 568776 248780 218784 338784 198786 648788 538800 218808 438816 318828 68832 578850 598860 538860 378864 498870 868872 898890 938898 908904 788910 938910 918912 898912 628914 88920 718920 128928 848928 618930 588936 988944 958944 418950 18960 138960 548964 178968 438976 58980 728988 918996 729000 79000 909020 469032 529032 509040 519048 29052 49062 769068 849072 399072 179082 789090 909096 29106 569124 778632 668640 798642 758646 828660 88662 508662 608664 278670 258672 728676 518688 768696 378696 788700 848718 978720 268740 438750 878752 748752 728760 258768 478770 988770 98772 808776 568776 248780 218784 338784 198786 648788 538800 218808 438816 318828 68832 578850 598860 538860 378864 498870 868872 898890 938898 908904 788910 938910 918912 898912 628914 88920 718920 128928 848928 618930 588936 988944 958944 418950 18960 138960 548964 178968 438976 58980 728988 918996 489000 729000 79000 909020 469032 529032 509040 519048 29052 49062 769068 849072 399072 179082 789090 909096 29106 569124 629154 539160 59160 399168 629172 589176 909192 189192 619200 599208 279210 829224 769224 599228 229230 379236 419238 359250 269256 569262 519264 129270 779274 859278 829284 329310 559312 849312 359320 329322 229332 379338 359346 949350 419352 479358 519360 89364 29370 189384 289392 739398 989400 789402 159402 519408 189408 159414 399432 359436

unconnected 2015-01-02 18:39

Taking 784950 and 920010.

henryzz 2015-01-02 18:56

[QUOTE=yoyo;391476]Taking 186726 247068 268500 311064 329952 40500 639720 645996 749328 892724 895998 943182 558504 358506 268506 888510 628530 188532 708534 888540 938544 588546 408552 288552 728552 468558 448560 878560 508560 298560 598560 488568 728580 618588 848596 278598 618600 308610 438618 808620 508626 778632 668640 798642 758646 828660 88662 508662 608664 278670 258672 728676 518688 768696 378696 788700 848718 978720 268740 438750 878752 748752 728760 258768 478770 988770 98772 808776 568776 248780 218784 338784 198786 648788 538800 218808 438816 318828 68832 578850 598860 538860 378864 498870 868872 898890 938898 908904 788910 938910 918912 898912 628914 88920 718920 128928 848928 618930 588936 988944 958944 418950 18960 138960 548964 178968 438976 58980 728988 918996 729000 79000 909020 469032 529032 509040 519048 29052 49062 769068 849072 399072 179082 789090 909096 29106 569124 778632 668640 798642 758646 828660 88662 508662 608664 278670 258672 728676 518688 768696 378696 788700 848718 978720 268740 438750 878752 748752 728760 258768 478770 988770 98772 808776 568776 248780 218784 338784 198786 648788 538800 218808 438816 318828 68832 578850 598860 538860 378864 498870 868872 898890 938898 908904 788910 938910 918912 898912 628914 88920 718920 128928 848928 618930 588936 988944 958944 418950 18960 138960 548964 178968 438976 58980 728988 918996 489000 729000 79000 909020 469032 529032 509040 519048 29052 49062 769068 849072 399072 179082 789090 909096 29106 569124 629154 539160 59160 399168 629172 589176 909192 189192 619200 599208 279210 829224 769224 599228 229230 379236 419238 359250 269256 569262 519264 129270 779274 859278 829284 329310 559312 849312 359320 329322 229332 379338 359346 949350 419352 479358 519360 89364 29370 189384 289392 739398 989400 789402 159402 519408 189408 159414 399432 359436[/QUOTE]

Wow that is a huge reservation. I can't add that many into the first post without filling it. I only have space for about 50 more reservations.
For now I will do manual reservations/drops for those above your post and skip yours with the script.
I will add a link to your post on the first page.

yoyo 2015-01-02 21:47

I run them in [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu[/url] until a C150 or higher pops up.

I'll check if I can generate a list on this server about all running sequences.

Dubslow 2015-01-02 22:02

[QUOTE=yoyo;391503]I run them in [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu[/url] until a C150 or higher pops up.

I'll check if I can generate a list on this server about all running sequences.[/QUOTE]

Isn't that a bit large for your project? 130 or so would be a more reasonable target I should think. At any rate, if you can narrow it down to 25-35 sequences, they can easily fit into the top post with room to spare. That should also be enough work that you'd need to update it only once every few days, or maybe once a week (?).

yoyo 2015-01-02 23:06

I started with 100 sequences, but they were downloaded by my users to fast. So I reserved more.
I made some runtime estimations for nfs up to C150 (C160 is still running) on a 4 core system. These times I think are doable if the pretest which yafu runs (rho, ecm,..) dosn't add to much time. Currently I assume 20% for this.
People have systems up to 24 cores attached and the app uses all of them.

We will see how it runs.
Currently up to C121 is running.

Dubslow 2015-01-02 23:37

Even so, it's more valuable from the point of view of terminations to run more sequences to 130 digits than less sequences to 150 digits. :smile: On the other hand, that is very likely impractical because of the sheer number of sequences involved, not to mention the reservation churn...

Making a live list of in progress sequences available on your site would definitely be a boon to everyone here, as long as you don't clobber current reservations here.

On the other hand, it might also be doable to add a second post (or hijack the second post in this thread) to give us additional room. fivemack has also shown a propensity for mass reservations, and going this route would enable him and anyone else as well as you to do thusly. A post that is blank or nearly blank (as opposed to the head post, with extra info) can hold approximately 275-280 reservations (10 000 chars / (~35 chars per reservation)).

That might mean additional work for my scripts, but they're modular enough that it shouldn't be too much trouble. henryzzz?

henryzz 2015-01-03 21:15

[QUOTE=Dubslow;391514]Even so, it's more valuable from the point of view of terminations to run more sequences to 130 digits than less sequences to 150 digits. :smile: On the other hand, that is very likely impractical because of the sheer number of sequences involved, not to mention the reservation churn...

Making a live list of in progress sequences available on your site would definitely be a boon to everyone here, as long as you don't clobber current reservations here.

On the other hand, it might also be doable to add a second post (or hijack the second post in this thread) to give us additional room. fivemack has also shown a propensity for mass reservations, and going this route would enable him and anyone else as well as you to do thusly. A post that is blank or nearly blank (as opposed to the head post, with extra info) can hold approximately 275-280 reservations (10 000 chars / (~35 chars per reservation)).

That might mean additional work for my scripts, but they're modular enough that it shouldn't be too much trouble. henryzzz?[/QUOTE]

I was sure I had replied to this.
I am fine with having reservations in 2 posts as long as you are happy making the changes to the script.
There are a few things worth considering such as what scripts use the first post. I am not sure that your scripts are the only ones that would have to change.

reserving 918264

Batalov 2015-01-03 22:50

Taking 193320, 543270, 652524, 671020

fivemack 2015-01-04 09:01

Dropping 331140 (unexamined C102)

yoyo 2015-01-04 10:23

A list of the sequences which I run: [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu/download/ali/ali.txt.all[/url]

Instead of keeping the reservations in the first post, you could also share a Dropbox ascii file or a google doc.

yoyo

fivemack 2015-01-04 10:30

Dropping 289674 (unexamined C118)

fivemack 2015-01-04 10:31

[QUOTE=yoyo;391590]A list of the sequences which I run: [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu/download/ali/ali.txt.all[/url]

Instead of keeping the reservations in the first post, you could also share a Dropbox ascii file or a google doc.

yoyo[/QUOTE]

May I ask how you decided to run that particular set of sequences?

fivemack 2015-01-04 12:32

Taking 404550 441384 443448 445032 448188 454728 460512 467424 467994 475272 475410 481890 487080 488214 492128

yoyo 2015-01-04 13:04

[QUOTE=fivemack;391594]May I ask how you decided to run that particular set of sequences?[/QUOTE]

Some I selected by low cofactor size and others by sequence sice = 120.

fivemack 2015-01-05 08:23

Dropping 374748 (unexamined C89)

henryzz 2015-01-05 19:09

Got a bunch of strange errors in the script today:
[code]E:\Mersenne\AliquotReservations>reservations_4.py spider
19:03:58 <class 'ConnectionResetError'>! [WinError 10054] An existing connection was forci
bly closed by the remote host
Couldn't get info, no info will be updated
Read 225 seqs
19:04:00 391566: henryzz adding [918264], dropping []
Warning: seq 918264 doesn't appear to be in the list
19:04:00 391572: Batalov adding [193320, 543270, 652524, 671020], dropping []
Warning: seq 193320 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
Warning: seq 543270 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 652524 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
Warning: seq 671020 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
19:04:00 391586: fivemack adding [], dropping [331140]
19:04:00 391593: fivemack adding [], dropping [289674]
19:04:00 391603: fivemack adding [404550, 441384, 443448, 445032, 448188, 454728, 460512,
467424, 467994, 475272, 475410, 481890, 487080, 488214, 492128], dropping []
Warning: seq 404550 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 441384 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 443448 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 445032 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 448188 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 454728 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 460512 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 467424 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 467994 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 475272 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 475410 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 481890 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 487080 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 488214 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 492128 doesn't appear to be in the list
19:04:00 391702: fivemack adding [], dropping [374748]
19:04:00 Checking page 62
Read 225 seqs
Wrote 225 seqs
Wrote 222 seqs
There's room for ~46 more reservations[/code]
Running it again after changing the pid back worked as expected. There is only space for ~29 more reservations currently.

yoyo 2015-01-05 19:55

I reserved some more. Complete list: [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu/download/ali/ali.txt.all[/url]

Batalov 2015-01-05 20:02

Some of them [B]are[/B] reserved, so please don't work on them. E.g. 399168, 489000, 629154...

yoyo 2015-01-05 20:17

I removed them.

unconnected 2015-01-05 20:55

Reserving 61116, 993000, 976104.

henryzz 2015-01-05 21:35

[QUOTE=yoyo;391740]I reserved some more. Complete list: [url]http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu/download/ali/ali.txt.all[/url][/QUOTE]

I modified the link in the first post to this file. Please be careful to not reserve other's sequences.

Dubslow would it be easy to parse this reservations list for your website and the reservations script? With this many sequences it is inevititable that there are going to be conflicts otherwise. Either that or it is going to be hard to discover sequences that aren't reserved and are nice looking sequences.

fivemack 2015-01-05 22:02

Drop 330144 (fully-ECMed C111)

Dubslow 2015-01-06 00:26

[QUOTE=henryzz;391737]Got a bunch of strange errors in the script today:
[code]E:\Mersenne\AliquotReservations>reservations_4.py spider
19:03:58 <class 'ConnectionResetError'>! [WinError 10054] An existing connection was forci
bly closed by the remote host
Couldn't get info, no info will be updated
Read 225 seqs
19:04:00 391566: henryzz adding [918264], dropping []
Warning: seq 918264 doesn't appear to be in the list
19:04:00 391572: Batalov adding [193320, 543270, 652524, 671020], dropping []
Warning: seq 193320 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
Warning: seq 543270 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 652524 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
Warning: seq 671020 is owned by Batalov but is trying to be reserved by Batalov!
19:04:00 391586: fivemack adding [], dropping [331140]
19:04:00 391593: fivemack adding [], dropping [289674]
19:04:00 391603: fivemack adding [404550, 441384, 443448, 445032, 448188, 454728, 460512,
467424, 467994, 475272, 475410, 481890, 487080, 488214, 492128], dropping []
Warning: seq 404550 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 441384 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 443448 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 445032 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 448188 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 454728 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 460512 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 467424 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 467994 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 475272 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 475410 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 481890 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 487080 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 488214 doesn't appear to be in the list
Warning: seq 492128 doesn't appear to be in the list
19:04:00 391702: fivemack adding [], dropping [374748]
19:04:00 Checking page 62
Read 225 seqs
Wrote 225 seqs
Wrote 222 seqs
There's room for ~46 more reservations[/code]
Running it again after changing the pid back worked as expected. There is only space for ~29 more reservations currently.[/QUOTE]

Hmm, strange. Getting sequence information failed, and that apparently caused issues with the current reservations? But you said manually modifying the pid, without any changes to the reservation list, worked fine?


[QUOTE=henryzz;391759]I modified the link in the first post to this file. Please be careful to not reserve other's sequences.

Dubslow would it be easy to parse this reservations list for your website and the reservations script? With this many sequences it is inevititable that there are going to be conflicts otherwise. Either that or it is going to be hard to discover sequences that aren't reserved and are nice looking sequences.[/QUOTE]

I could, but I'd still prefer to go the multi post method to allow fivemack large reservations as well... I'd prefer to not treat anything specially, as this would be doing.

Are there really other scripts besides my own that parse the reservation post?

fivemack 2015-01-06 08:24

Drop 330144 (ECMed C111)

fivemack 2015-01-06 21:06

Drop 255120 (ECMed C115)

unconnected 2015-01-06 21:13

Taking 910728.

Happy5214 2015-01-06 22:08

Taking 110784.

Batalov 2015-01-07 03:48

Dropping 479136 694542 920790

fivemack 2015-01-07 21:06

Dropping 374748 (ECMed C115)

fivemack 2015-01-08 13:52

Taking 19278

fivemack 2015-01-09 07:37

Dropping 326382 (ECMed C111)

fivemack 2015-01-09 20:10

Dropping 356272 (ECMed C115)

henryzz 2015-01-09 21:48

reserving 938544

Sergiosi 2015-01-09 22:55

Dropping 232680

Reserving 531120

fivemack 2015-01-10 11:12

Dropping 475410 (ECMed C115)

fivemack 2015-01-10 16:17

Dropping 460512 (ECMed C115)

unconnected 2015-01-10 20:32

Taking 455340, 704850.

RobertS 2015-01-11 17:55

[QUOTE=unconnected;392158]Taking 455340, 704850.[/QUOTE]
Both are reserved by yoyo

Batalov 2015-01-12 01:14

Taking 936270 926328 896640 547200

unconnected 2015-01-12 07:28

[QUOTE=RobertS;392203]Both are reserved by yoyo[/QUOTE]
I was checked with the yoyo's reserved numbers and they weren't at that time there. :question:

fivemack 2015-01-12 08:22

Drop 661032 (126 digits, 2^3*3*5 driver, ECMed C120)

unconnected 2015-01-12 09:18

Reserving 690920.

yoyo 2015-01-12 18:53

Dropping 368370 594876
Dropping 233100 250560

unconnected 2015-01-13 09:39

Releasing 61116, 335172, 359214, 395964, 421428, 455340, 516588, 522348, 549918, 704850, 784950, 976104.

fivemack 2015-01-13 18:48

Dropping 487080 (fully-ECMed C110)

fivemack 2015-01-13 23:31

Dropping 138108 (added something over 4000 lines; now 2^5*3*7*...*ECMed C120)

fivemack 2015-01-14 07:41

Dropping 706104 (2^2 * 3 * 7 * 73 * ECMed C136)

unconnected 2015-01-14 08:15

Taking 885528.

fivemack 2015-01-14 18:43

Dropping 142080 (135 digits, 2^2*3*7 lead, ECMed C125)

fivemack 2015-01-14 22:40

Dropping 385176 (127 digits, ECMed C111)

fivemack 2015-01-15 19:56

Dropping 953640 (124 digits, ECMed C113)

Happy5214 2015-01-15 23:27

Releasing 110784 (135 digits, ECMed C127)

unconnected 2015-01-16 07:03

Dropping 19128, 539208.

fivemack 2015-01-16 07:50

Dropping 467424 (ECMed C122)

fivemack 2015-01-16 20:34

Dropping 492128 (2^5*11, ECMed C117)

yoyo 2015-01-16 20:48

[QUOTE=fivemack;392618]Dropping 492128 (2^5*11, ECMed C117)[/QUOTE]

BTW, what is your rule to reserve a sequence and how long do you run the sequence?

fivemack 2015-01-16 23:52

At the moment I'm reserving 100k blocks (next will be 500k-600k) of 120-digit numbers last touched in 2012; I'm running those to 123 digits and then carrying on until I hit an ECMed cofactor of 110 digits or more. Except that, if I've got a 'good' down driver I'll tend to keep the number until that's finished. 492128 has been 2^5*11 for a while, so it's not going anywhere very exciting, and I don't mind giving other people a chance from time to time.

I've also got a fair number of numbers from earlier reservations which I've run to an ECMed cofactor of 120 digits or more.

Some others I run until I hit a >135-digit cofactor.

Dubslow 2015-01-17 05:43

Reserving 623010.

I hope to have multi post reservation lists working in a few days, to properly integrate massive reservations that yoyo and fivemack like.

yoyo 2015-01-17 09:30

I have currently roughly 900 sequences cycling in Boinc until they reach a length of 130. Don't know if I can put and maintain them in a forum posting.
Wouldn't it be an option that you read my exported file for your reservation list?
Or can we share a dropbox folder/file?

yoyo

Dubslow 2015-01-17 17:36

[QUOTE=yoyo;392685]I have currently roughly 900 sequences cycling in Boinc until they reach a length of 130. Don't know if I can put and maintain them in a forum posting.
Wouldn't it be an option that you read my exported file for your reservation list?
Or can we share a dropbox folder/file?

yoyo[/QUOTE]

Oh. I was going off the ~200 you had originally to reserved to 150 digits. (Then again, it was me who suggested 130 digits lol :smile:)

900 reservations should fit in 4 extra posts... which is rather a large number, but I don't know if others find that preferable to something hosted elsewhere than this forum.

Thoughts, everyone?

Edit: Maybe it's time to clear this thread again, and someone looking to up their post count can create 4 additional replies as the first 4 of the cleared thread. :razz:

yoyo 2015-01-17 17:43

Yes, I followed your suggestion ;)
But reserved some more.
I also use your page to check for sequences with short length und no reservation.

fivemack 2015-01-17 18:59

Dropping 467994 (125 digits, ECMed C110, 2^4*3*5*31)

Dubslow 2015-01-19 02:58

Dropping 623010, taking 733776

fivemack 2015-01-19 19:07

Dropping 441384 (123 digits, ECMed C112)

Dropping 445032 (124 digits, ECMed C121)

henryzz 2015-01-19 23:00

[QUOTE=Dubslow;392702]Oh. I was going off the ~200 you had originally to reserved to 150 digits. (Then again, it was me who suggested 130 digits lol :smile:)

900 reservations should fit in 4 extra posts... which is rather a large number, but I don't know if others find that preferable to something hosted elsewhere than this forum.

Thoughts, everyone?

Edit: Maybe it's time to clear this thread again, and someone looking to up their post count can create 4 additional replies as the first 4 of the cleared thread. :razz:[/QUOTE]

I am fine with 4 posts if that is what everyone wants. If no one objects that makes some sense.
I like the idea of the forum containing everything.

Clearing down the thread is a bit of a problem due to a forum bug. If I move a significant amount of posts at once to another thread it sometimes seems to lose some. I think you might have hit that bug in the past.
I reckon if we made this an archive thread then I could hopefully keep up moving stuff in smaller chunks. We could keep the first post's number by moving it to the new thread not breaking any scripts.

Another idea I just had for the script is logging. Currently looking at the folder I have no idea what it did last time I ran the script. It would be nice to have a record for if there are any inconsistencies.
BTW I just noticed a strange feature(bug) in the script when it hits multiple pages.
[code]Read 225 seqs
22:44:11 392711: fivemack adding [], dropping [467994]
22:44:11 392813: Dubslow adding [], dropping [623010, 733776]
623010 is not reserved at the moment
733776 is not reserved at the moment
Only 0 seqs were removed, 2 were supposed to be dropped
22:44:11 392874: fivemack adding [], dropping [441384, 445032]
22:44:11 Checking page 67
22:44:12 392531: Happy5214 adding [], dropping [110784]
22:44:12 392555: unconnected adding [], dropping [19128, 539208]
22:44:12 392556: fivemack adding [], dropping [467424]
22:44:12 392618: fivemack adding [], dropping [492128]
22:44:12 392649: fivemack adding [492128], dropping []
22:44:12 392670: Dubslow adding [623010], dropping []
Read 225 seqs
Wrote 225 seqs
Wrote 219 seqs
There's room for ~49 more reservations
Reason is too long, chop 51 chars[/code]
It looks like it processed page 68 before the remainder or 67.

Apologies if this has affected anyone's reservations. I should have noticed this sooner.

Dubslow 2015-01-20 01:48

The multi post support is as yet incomplete, though checking pages out of order wasn't intended (I don't think at least, been a while). Is it possible for you to simply redirect the script output to a file? E.g. for my box running my wobsite I have this:
[code]# m h dom mon dow command
7,37 * * * * /home/bill/bin/allseq.py >> /home/bill/bin/allseq.log 2>&1
47 18,6 * * * /home/bill/bin/alimerge.py >> /home/bill/bin/alimerge.log 2>&1[/code]

Edit: Of course that's not intended, silly me. I also just realized, upon reading the log, that I forgot myself I had to do things on separate lines... le sigh. Maybe I'll change that too.

Dropping 623010,
taking 733776

fivemack 2015-01-20 19:50

Dropping 336474, 475272

336474: ECMed C116
475272: ECMed C118

unconnected 2015-01-21 09:58

Drop 910728, 690920, 885528.

fivemack 2015-01-21 18:29

Dropping 481890 (126 digits, ECMed C119)

fivemack 2015-01-23 19:39

Dropped 404550 (126 digits, ECMed C111)

fivemack 2015-01-24 10:25

Dropped 488214 (123 digits, ECMed C112)

Taking 502812 547422 566850 573474 603480

Contemplating 'C116 cofactor and recent progress in 2013' as the next large lump (only about two dozen); alternative is the 14 'C117 cofactor and recent progress in 2011'; in either case will take to ECMed C120+ cofactor

fivemack 2015-01-25 10:23

Dropping 448188 (123 digits, ECMed C119)

unconnected 2015-01-25 18:57

Taking 359856, 610320, 225570, 873080.

unconnected 2015-01-25 22:08

Reserving 281232.

wombatman 2015-01-26 06:30

Dropping 22308, 465312, 685344, 895380, 977328

RichD 2015-01-26 17:19

Taking 412902, 690642, 704700, 786978, 818048.

unconnected 2015-01-27 13:47

Taking 855090.

fivemack 2015-01-27 21:18

Dropping 603480 (124 digits, ECMed C110)

Dropping 236448 (136 digits, ECMed C112)

fivemack 2015-01-28 07:44

Dropping 566850 (123 digits, ECMed C111)

unconnected 2015-01-28 14:32

Taking 165480.

fivemack 2015-01-29 08:06

Dropping 454728 (123 digits, ECMed C121)

fivemack 2015-01-29 08:10

Taking 53004 66984 94104 189390 190800 243342 265248 295608 448374 452400 469704 504532 711192 756630 766848 780930 784128 848304 852510 854256 976580 993270

fivemack 2015-01-31 12:09

Dropping 326340 327144 443448 502812 547422

326340: 2^2 * 3 * 7, 123 digits, ECMed C113
327144: 2 * 3 * 5, 124 digits, ECMed C122
443448: 2 * 3 * 7, 123 digits, ECMed C117
502812: 2^6 * 3^2 * 7, 123 digits, ECMed C119
547422: 2^4 * 3^2 * 31, 136 digits, ECMed C125

fivemack 2015-02-01 08:19

Dropping 452400 (2^3 * 3 * 5, ECMed C121)

fivemack 2015-02-01 08:24

Taking 102522 243402 445464 448632 783264 833490

That's the 116-digit cofactors last touched in 2012. Taking to C12x

fivemack 2015-02-01 08:34

Dropping 573474 (2^4 * 3^2, ECMed C123)


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