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R.D. Silverman 2015-11-02 17:23

Reservations?
 
The Homogeneous Cunningham reservations page says that 12,7,226+
was reserved by NFS@Home.

Yet I see no sign of it on the NFS@Home web site. It does not seem to be
queued. Is there a disconnect?

pinhodecarlos 2015-11-02 17:30

NFS@Home is finalising sieve of 6,490+ . I don't see that number on the queue but I'll let you know as soon as I see it.

R.D. Silverman 2015-11-02 17:52

[QUOTE=pinhodecarlos;414664]NFS@Home is finalising sieve of 6,490+ . I don't see that number on the queue but I'll let you know as soon as I see it.[/QUOTE]

It is too small for that queue. It is only SNFS ~C243

R.D. Silverman 2015-11-04 15:55

[QUOTE=R.D. Silverman;414670]It is too small for that queue. It is only SNFS ~C243[/QUOTE]

No response?

pinhodecarlos 2015-11-04 16:01

Here's the update I had a few hours ago from Greg.
NFS@Home is nearly finishing with the redo of 6,490+. After that, there we need to go a little further on 2,1285-. Greg had issued another 100k WU’s for that. After NFS@Home will move to some of the easier ones on the Cunningham Project wanted list. Regarding the latter Greg didn't mention which integers.

pinhodecarlos 2015-11-04 16:10

Just to be clear, Greg didn't mention Homogeneous Cunningham project.

Edit: just thought about one thing. This is possible, I've done it while ago when I sieved a few integers for GCW. There might be a chance that Greg is using NFS@Home platform to distribute that Homogeneous Cunningham integer to his machines.

jyb 2015-11-04 17:15

[QUOTE=pinhodecarlos;414951]Just to be clear, Greg didn't mention Homogeneous Cunningham project.

Edit: just thought about one thing. This is possible, I've done it while ago when I sieved a few integers for GCW. There might be a chance that Greg is using NFS@Home platform to distribute that Homogeneous Cunningham integer to his machines.[/QUOTE]

It's not Greg who would know about this. This number is too easy for the 16e sievers, it would go into the 14e queue. It's Lionel that you should be asking.

R.D. Silverman 2015-11-04 17:15

[QUOTE=pinhodecarlos;414950]Here's the update I had a few hours ago from Greg.
NFS@Home is nearly finishing with the redo of 6,490+. After that, there we need to go a little further on 2,1285-. Greg had issued another 100k WU’s for that. After NFS@Home will move to some of the easier ones on the Cunningham Project wanted list. Regarding the latter Greg didn't mention which integers.[/QUOTE]

You did not read what I wrote.

(1) This is from lasieved (i.e. the SMALL numbers)
(2) It is not Cunningham. It is Homogeneous Cunningham.
(3) Someone from NFS@Home reserved the number, but it has not been queued for lasieved.

pinhodecarlos 2015-11-04 17:23

[QUOTE=R.D. Silverman;414954]You did not read what I wrote.

(1) This is from lasieved (i.e. the SMALL numbers)
(2) It is not Cunningham. It is Homogeneous Cunningham.
(3) Someone from NFS@Home reserved the number, but it has not been queued for lasieved.[/QUOTE]

(1) and (2), I know, see my previous post. I did understand you were talking about HC and not C.

What I am telling you is there might be a chance that he's distributing that integer to his machines using lasieved, he has done it in the past for me. It won't show up in the progress page.

edit: checking tasks in his machines....

frmky 2015-11-05 01:48

I have no record of this number, although I haven't managed the 14e queue in a while. Perhaps Lionel or Tom know its status.
Edit: That said, it's a fairly trivial number to factor, so it can be thrown in the queue.

debrouxl 2015-11-05 14:17

The most likely explanation is clearly that I just forgot to pre-process and queue it :smile:


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