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VictordeHolland 2015-03-13 23:32

[QUOTE=wblipp;396867]How's the 14e queue looking? In the OPN thread RichD has announced finishing ECM for these five numbers, ranging from 237 to 240 digits:

7487^61-1
7673^61-1
8111^61-1
8447^61-1
8543^61-1[/QUOTE]
RichD completed ECM to 2/9 of their SNFS sizes, so they can still be added to the queue.

[edit]
Carlos, could you maybe try to convince the big 'boys'/teams to crunch mostly 16e and 15e and leave the 14e for the people with low ram computers?

wblipp 2015-03-14 02:28

[QUOTE=pinhodecarlos;397637]Thank you but still not enough. I see more teams involved on this challenge than on the previous one.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=wblipp;396867]
7487^61-1
7673^61-1
8111^61-1
8447^61-1
8543^61-1[/QUOTE]

I don't want to hog the queue - push anybody else in front of these. But if more are needed, these are ready to go:

8627^61-1
9109^61-1
3348577^37-1
8713^59-1
9029^59-1
9239^59-1
[strike]8447^61-1[/strike]
2617^71-1

I have more that are beyond t50 but not yet to 2/9.

pinhodecarlos 2015-03-14 07:24

Victor, I wish I had the power to force people to run what I wanted but I don't have. There are several things going one with this challenge, first the teams are fighting for Formula Boinc position, second they are running for the badges (14e, 15e and 16e), third they are fighting to win this challenge and last they want some WuProp hours for each individual application. Too many variables to control.

debrouxl 2015-03-14 09:28

Alright, reserving
7487^61-1
7673^61-1
8111^61-1
8447^61-1
8543^61-1
for NFS@Home's 14e. I'll credit Rich Dickerson for the ECM to 2/9 of SNFS difficulty. They'll be started when necessary.

BTW, who did the ECM work for
139_133_minus1
4943_67_minus1
4993_67_minus1
5297_67_minus1
5347_67_minus1
?


Paul Leyland provided a sizable list of SNFS difficulty 24x numbers on which Rob Hooft ran t55 ECM work, but I don't have the polys.

pinhodecarlos 2015-03-14 15:20

A few here: [url]http://stdkmd.com/nrr/wanted.htm[/url]

RichD 2015-03-14 16:11

[QUOTE=debrouxl;397678]Alright, reserving
7487^61-1
7673^61-1
8111^61-1
8447^61-1
8543^61-1
for NFS@Home's 14e. I'll credit Rich Dickerson for the ECM to 2/9 of SNFS difficulty. They'll be started when necessary.[/QUOTE]

Actually, yoyo@home took them to better than t50. I just did the last several thousand curves to reach 2/9 SNFS.

xilman 2015-03-14 17:59

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[QUOTE=debrouxl;397678]
Paul Leyland provided a sizable list of SNFS difficulty 24x numbers on which Rob Hooft ran t55 ECM work, but I don't have the polys.[/QUOTE]I'll see what I can do. Generating the polys is trivial for me (a Perl script does that); what I'm still wary of doing is loading them into the server.

In case something goes badly wrong, the polynomial files are attached.

Paul

wblipp 2015-03-14 19:12

[QUOTE=debrouxl;397678]
BTW, who did the ECM work for
139_133_minus1
4943_67_minus1
4993_67_minus1
5297_67_minus1
5347_67_minus1[/QUOTE]
The work was mostly done by yoyo@home. I managed the grooming and feeding of the yoyo queue and tracking of extent for OddPerfect.org. Credit yoyo, I think.
[QUOTE=debrouxl;397678]
Paul Leyland provided a sizable list of SNFS difficulty 24x numbers on which Rob Hooft ran t55 ECM work, but I don't have the polys.[/QUOTE]
You can probably get help here.

xilman 2015-03-14 19:15

Added as far as GW_6_318. Got to go cook now so higher base examples will be added later.

pinhodecarlos 2015-03-14 19:19

[QUOTE=xilman;397710]Added as far as GW_6_318. Got to go cook now so higher base examples will be added later.[/QUOTE]

I'm waiting for ASDA. Didn't get the second confirmation email where they narrow the slot to 1 hour. My dinner will be some soup and fruit.
Anyway, I've emailed Lionel.

xilman 2015-03-14 20:59

20 projects now added, all in the "QUEUED for SIEVING" state. Someone please check that I've not screwed up too badly.

Dinner was sirloin steak, chips (fries for our North American readers), fried onions and a green salad. And freshly made English mustard, something which appears to be largely unavailable outside the UK. I thought you might to know all that, though it's barely relevant to the project in question.


Paul


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