Thread: Executing "las" stand-alone View Single Post
 2020-06-22, 03:08 #5 charybdis   Apr 2020 103 Posts From the output of las -h: Code:  -q0 left bound of special-q range -q1 right bound of special-q range ... -nq Process this number of special-q's and stop -nq does not specify the size of the range like the GGNFS -c does: it specifies the number of special-q that are sieved. Since only primes are used as special-q, -nq 5000 will sieve a much larger range than -c 5000; I've tested and this does indeed happen. It's better to use -q1 instead.