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Old 2021-06-01, 19:09   #26
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Feb 2005
Riverside, CA

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When the norms of the two sides are quite different in size, CADO is more efficient when making the side with the larger norm also have a larger lim.
Since your job has anorm and rnorm very similar in size, there isn't an obvious reason to make the lim's different in size.

I'd change entirely to params.c125 when you get 30 bits bigger than you are now.

SNFS jobs double in difficulty about every 9 digits, while CADO-GNFS jobs double in difficulty about every 5 digits. With YAFU giving you polynomials, you'll be able to get quite far in your factoring sequence.
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