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Old 2011-12-12, 22:52   #2
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If the relations were "no good" then you would have either had skads of error message during filtering or perhaps much higher than usual duplicate relations (30% or more, say). If you saw neither of these situations, then the relations were probably fine and the 113% is just due to do a low initial guess or something.

As long as you are doing things manually on linux anyway, that doesn't sound any easier than just working directly with gnfs-lasieve*. Although I suppose it avoids figuring out starting Q and min rels figures.
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