I've started the team sieve thread, so we can do our poly search discussion/coordinating in there now.

[QUOTE=jrk;174126]I did 2000 curves @ 3e6.[/QUOTE]And you can add another 40+ curves @ 43M (default B2).....

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Meanwhile, the side sequence 314718 is at index 8867 !

[QUOTE=schickel;174135]And you can add another 40+ curves @ 43M (default B2).....[/QUOTE]
78@43M, no factor. 
So, we have a new line, but the 2^7 * 3^2 * 17 is still there. There is a C137 as well...

I did 2000 curves @ B1=3e6, B2=default on the c137. No factor.

I did 98 ECM curves at B1=43e6 overnight (B2 = default), no factor.

[QUOTE=jrk;175032]I did 2000 curves @ B1=3e6, B2=default on the c137. No factor.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Andi47;175040]I did 98 ECM curves at B1=43e6 overnight (B2 = default), no factor.[/QUOTE] Can you report your results [URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?id=38898191&eff=true&detail=1"]here[/URL]? 
My analysis shows that, assuming a 2way split, we have a 5050 chance of losing the 2^7 in this iteration!
[Currently, there are enough factors to assure 2^4. There is a 5050 chance of getting > 2^3 from the remaining factors (from the c137) which will guarantee that 2^7 will persist.] EDIT: A 3way split will however guarantee that 2^7 persists :( 
[quote=axn;175043]Can you report your results [URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?id=38898191&eff=true&detail=1"]here[/URL]?[/quote]
Added. 
[QUOTE=jrk;175740]We have factors:
[code]prp57 factor: 103318579854944335676030551532196180829653425427361692593 prp81 factor: 323215987055017029160465127314519153559591439982466579069406240925493873545842479[/code] Log attached.[/QUOTE] Next line has a c143. 
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