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 2019-12-20, 06:38 #749 lavalamp     Oct 2007 London, UK 51B16 Posts A rather surprising result for this number in the t800 file: (11678983384265232966613390730340859^7-1) / (p-1) = 4201 * p45 * p50 * p108 Presumably some unlucky ECM that didn't catch the p45 at least? Edit: I believe I have now finished off all numbers of the form p^7-1 in the t800 file where p has <=35 digits. Last fiddled with by lavalamp on 2019-12-20 at 06:42
 2020-01-09, 12:12 #750 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 3·1,033 Posts t2100.txt All the C140s are factored. I am starting with the C141s.
2020-01-24, 01:31   #751
RichD

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Kansas

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by lavalamp (11678983384265232966613390730340859^7-1) / (p-1) = 4201 * p45 * p50 * p108 Presumably some unlucky ECM that didn't catch the p45 at least?
I can see where this can be argued either way. Using 0.21 * SNFS-205 needs a t43 testing level. Or using 2/9 of 205 would need a t45.5.

 2020-01-24, 01:35 #752 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 60338 Posts A few smallish numbers have appeared in the t2100 file in the mid-C110 range. I have been working the C141 range so no conflict by me.
 2020-01-25, 21:06 #753 MisterBitcoin     "Nuri, the dragon :P" Jul 2016 Good old Germany 25×23 Posts Found an P31 for this canidate. Code:  (8607076653121^47-1)/1409491047619715454786751986299893440 Composite Cofactor C542 survived 430 curves at B1=250K. Number was found in the t2100 file.
 2020-06-16, 00:15 #754 RichD     Sep 2008 Kansas 3·1,033 Posts 732541^47-1 Different perspectives on the above number in this post and this post. This is a Most Wanted number with a calculated OPN weight of 2.5Mil. Actually number 11 from the top in the MWRB file. yoyo has completed 10K curves at t65 and 9K curves at t70.
 2020-06-16, 01:59 #755 VBCurtis     "Curtis" Feb 2005 Riverside, CA 22×23×47 Posts I'm game to do another hybrid CADO/15e-queue job with SNFS; we've done GNFS197 and GNFS198 somewhat profitably, and trying an iffy SNFS job seems fine. I won't have human-time to test params nor yields with CADO until the end of June; if any of the usual suspects wishes to do some yield calcs, please be my guest. I'd say Q-max of 800M in 15e is a reasonable target. So, what Q should be done in CADO (and should they be done with A=30 or I=16) such that doing the rest of the Q up to 800M yields enough relations? I'm looking for an answer like "10-150 on CADO A=30, 150-800 on 15e" or "20-100 on I=16, 100-700 on ggnfs". Anyone willing to do such test sieving in a way that tries to minimize total sieve time will find a willing CADO host come 1 july. I haven't done an SNFS job above 900 bits yet, so I'd also like the param choices to be spelled out so I set up CADO correctly: sieve which side, 3LP on which side, lims. I assume 33LP since we're stretching 15e.
 2020-06-16, 08:16 #756 henryzz Just call me Henry     "David" Sep 2007 Cambridge (GMT/BST) 2×2,861 Posts ryanp gave in trying to factor 732541^47-1 due to it running into weird issues with lasieve(random low yield on some q if I remember right). I would suggest doing this one purely CADO would be the most sensible way. I think this one would have been done ages ago if it wasn't for this issue.
2020-06-16, 13:23   #757
RichD

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Kansas

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At one point in time ryanp had an interest in working a few OPN. I suppose Real LifeTM issues came up. This was my last correspondence to him and possibly a starting point for moving forward.

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 Finally got time to do some testing. Last month I had a power supply go out after a power outage. That made me behind (over-committed) on projects/assignments. Then I had to shut down for a few days while I relocated. Now I have test sieved on the Linux box with 16e and everything looks good. I was going to wait until I had the full range tested but I believe I proved we can get enough relations (on or before Q=600M) on the -r side. Code: Trial sieving 2K blocks. Q Yield 20M 6299 3.15 100M 6080 3.04 200M 5612 2.81 n: 605716904027877980774625455520189647387776352555063757365644672493136637525085152114527251672682055452329862008130550673203343550128250999766605061023948523297828457779191592093682881010498969046911261346842026672855745883554109771998292748069377018429964450347583969787 # 732541^47-1, difficulty: 281.51, skewness: 9.49, alpha: 0.00 # cost: 8.45884e+19, est. time: 40280.21 GHz days (not accurate yet!) skew: 9.494 c6: 1 c5: 0 c4: 0 c3: 0 c2: 0 c1: 0 c0: -732541 Y1: -1 Y0: 82919274927962023982932249248351337261442889121 m: 82919274927962023982932249248351337261442889121 type: snfs rlim: 536000000 alim: 1072000000 lpbr: 33 lpba: 33 mfbr: 66 mfba: 96 rlambda: 2.7 alambda: 3.6

2020-06-16, 16:08   #758
RichD

Sep 2008
Kansas

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by henryzz ryanp gave in trying to factor 732541^47-1 due to it running into weird issues with lasieve(random low yield on some q if I remember right). I would suggest doing this one purely CADO would be the most sensible way. I think this one would have been done ages ago if it wasn't for this issue.
Now I remember. We/He tried to the run the number 1 Most Wanted Road Block (even as an octic) but ran into the stated problems you mentioned. I think we decided it needed to be run as a 34-bit job but neither one of us could find the appropriate binary at that time. Hence, it was abandon.

Edit: BTW, 6115909044841454629^17-1, SNFS-301 (octic).

Last fiddled with by RichD on 2020-06-16 at 16:38

2020-06-17, 16:05   #759
chris2be8

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by RichD Different perspectives on the above number in this post and this post. This is a Most Wanted number with a calculated OPN weight of 2.5Mil. Actually number 11 from the top in the MWRB file. yoyo has completed 10K curves at t65 and 9K curves at t70.
I think fivemack was just saying it's too big for 15e on NFS@Home, so would need to be done with 16e. It would be doable though.

Chris

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