It does not save the highest B2 value tried so far anywhere, you'll have to specify the B2 range you want to do manually each time.
Where exactly the factor p with largest factor in p1 around 2.5e14 will be found is hard to tell, due to the BrentSuyama extension.
With power 2, it will be as you suggested. However, if the B2 value is much higher than 2.5e14, it might be included as a composite value, i.e. if q*2.5e14 is in your B2minB2max range for some q that does not divide d1*d2.
With BrentSuyama, all bets are off... the missing prime in p1 might be included pretty much at any time during stage 2, if you're lucky. But it is still true that if the missing prime is in B2minB2max, it will be included in any case, and the factor will be found.
Alex
Last fiddled with by akruppa on 20070412 at 11:05
