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Old 2022-04-06, 09:12   #89
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QUEUED AS 152__007_5m1

SNFS for OPN candidate 1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007 ^ 5 - 1
ECMed 4200+ curves at 26e7


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# SNFS difficulty is 204.737 which is approximately equivalent to GNFS difficulty 144. (Since n has 191 digits, it's recommended to use SNFS.)
# MurphyE Score: 1.753e-12 anorm: 2.456e30 rnorm: 2.563e58. (Since rnorm is larger, sieve with the "-r" parameter.)
n:  76838054471539320172247270028986338715370502304265367312331574554434212880789228150102149641812750557044921297794597162611391428173327894127373118379463376527462099835702558398989823710808831
skew: 1.92076
type: snfs
c4: 1
c3: 1
c2: 1
c1: 1
c0: 1
Y1: 1
Y0: -1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007
m: 1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007
rlambda: 2.5
alambda: 2.5
lpbr: 31
lpba: 30
mfbr: 62
mfba: 60
alim: 67000000
rlim: 67000000
lss: 1
Test sieving:
Code:
      MQ    Yield  Seconds  Qs   Expected Qs   Norm Yield   sec/rel
      10    1674   134      61     62.0         1702.6      0.0800
      30    3087   155      62     58.1         2892.0      0.0502
      50    3619   157      60     56.4         3402.4      0.0434
      60    3399   148      54     55.8         3514.5      0.0435
     100    3483   153      54     54.3         3501.5      0.0439
     130    3034   150      52     53.5         3122.9      0.0494
Recommend sieving 40-100M on the rational side which should provide a bit over 200M relations.

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Old 2022-04-06, 09:49   #90
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SNFS for OPN candidate 1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007 ^ 5 - 1
ECMed 4200+ curves at 26e7


Code:
# MurphyE Score: 1.753e-12 anorm: 2.456e30 rnorm: 2.563e58. (Since rnorm is larger, sieve with the "-r" parameter.)
n:  76838054471539320172247270028986338715370502304265367312331574554434212880789228150102149641812750557044921297794597162611391428173327894127373118379463376527462099835702558398989823710808831
skew: 1.92076
type: snfs
c4: 1
c3: 1
c2: 1
c1: 1
c0: 1
Y1: 1
Y0: -1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007
m: 1528152860898312226820507829734311038694803153043007
rlambda: 2.5
alambda: 2.5
lpbr: 31
lpba: 30
mfbr: 62
mfba: 60
alim: 67000000
rlim: 67000000
lss: 0
Test sieving:
Code:
      MQ    Yield  Seconds  Qs   Expected Qs   Norm Yield   sec/rel
      10    1674   134      61     62.0         1702.6      0.0800
      30    3087   155      62     58.1         2892.0      0.0502
      50    3619   157      60     56.4         3402.4      0.0434
      60    3399   148      54     55.8         3514.5      0.0435
     100    3483   153      54     54.3         3501.5      0.0439
     130    3034   150      52     53.5         3122.9      0.0494
Recommend sieving 40-100M on the rational side which should provide a bit over 200M relations.
Thanks for posting this here. I’ll enqueue it shortly, but be advised that the line
Code:
lss: 0
is equivalent to -a when invoking ggnfs. (The default for NFS@Home is to sieve on the rational side.) Since you state sieve this on the rational side, I’ll just delete the last line unless I’m misunderstanding something.

Be advised that some tools spit out both Y1/Y0 and m values but only one is needed. I tend to delete the m value when enqueuing a job. See this thread starting at post 41 for more information.

It is also helpful to include the SNFS difficulty - it is needed for enqueuing in NFS@Home. I believe this is a SNFS 204 (quartic), correct?
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Old 2022-04-06, 10:19   #91
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Thanks for posting this here. I’ll enqueue it shortly, but be advised that the line
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lss: 0
is equivalent to -a when invoking ggnfs. (The default for NFS@Home is to sieve on the rational side.) Since you state sieve this on the rational side, I’ll just delete the last line unless I’m misunderstanding something.

Be advised that some tools spit out both Y1/Y0 and m values but only one is needed. I tend to delete the m value when enqueuing a job. See this thread starting at post 41 for more information.

It is also helpful to include the SNFS difficulty - it is needed for enqueuing in NFS@Home. I believe this is a SNFS 204 (quartic), correct?
I have edited my post to add the SNFS difficulty(yes SNFS 204) and change lss: 0 to lss: 1. We definitely want to sieve on the rational side.
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I have edited my post to add the SNFS difficulty(yes SNFS 204) and change lss: 0 to lss: 1. We definitely want to sieve on the rational side.
Thank you. I’ve put your job in the 14e siever.

Note that when a job is sieved on the rational side, no lss: line is needed. I’m not certain lss: 1 means anything to the NFS@Home sievers.
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Old 2022-04-06, 11:30   #93
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Thanks for posting this here. I’ll enqueue it shortly, but be advised that the line
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lss: 0
is equivalent to -a when invoking ggnfs. (The default for NFS@Home is to sieve on the rational side.) Since you state sieve this on the rational side, I’ll just delete the last line unless I’m misunderstanding something.
The confusion might have arisen from the fact that CADO labels the sides the other way round: 0 is rational and 1 is algebraic.
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Old 2022-04-06, 13:18   #94
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The confusion might have arisen from the fact that CADO labels the sides the other way round: 0 is rational and 1 is algebraic.
Exactly


edit: By default it does. I think it now aims to not care. You could even have two algebraic I think.

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Old 2022-04-06, 22:54   #95
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QUEUED AS 16111_229

C157 from the Near Repdigit project, 16111_229.
The GNFS difficulty is 156.54-digit.
Code:
n: 3499620531304395732107034638630600743737437723893940498322265407888610516929350765219777378380633655282076346745700121211716796070049061175741512581508122901
lss: 0
Y0: -1614021381452866107689652952395
Y1: 2800720549747877335151
c0: -900576000315545449296986055612617336
c1: 3261594593047514428295417374782
c2: 9177816658363201073537987
c3: -5145135425062913109
c4: -6208776799068
c5: 1288800
skew: 1243999.31508
type: gnfs
rlim: 67000000
alim: 67000000
lpbr: 30
lpba: 30
mfbr: 60
mfba: 60
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 2.6
Trial sieving 5K blocks.
Code:
  Q  Yield
 20M 13570
 50M 13568
 70M 11885

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Old 2022-04-07, 21:27   #96
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QUEUED AS C162_230916_6578

GNFS Aliquot C162 230916 i6578, ECM'ed to t50, 300 cpu thread-hours poly search, for 14e:

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# norm 8.811136e-16 alpha -7.470527 e 9.167e-13 rroots 5
n: 389594536580100297055593889109841741773060375624283806629247386490848071429698279850516853687697414252048667358769786420932320410196172313120188820338319761587233
skew: 27123465.77
c0: 161110996230521659525403698087421576842944
c1: 6215545608127938079033188200110676
c2: -2980902099313142534232619048
c3: 26816952853211556879
c4: 4640890604064
c5: 16560
Y0: -29806457925872456181426587042267
Y1: 166210699756233209
rlim: 67000000
alim: 67000000
lpbr: 30
lpba: 30
mfbr: 60
mfba: 60
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 2.6
lss: 0
Sieve on algebraic side Q = 20-100M. I will handle LA.

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QUEUED AS 92223_225

C154 from the Near Repdigit project, 92223_225.
The GNFS difficulty is 153.13-digit.
Code:
n: 1353247213170593951627970553293230987952846278272449972374000853625737270336280703540422834564277341328034202778723342421397874810584994635702171835894507
lss: 0
Y0: -362491525782937044460361085417
Y1: 888378349336811
c0: 2035593223712860575283383295456501120
c1: 6699859954126804047627097455104
c2: -12915991219827687010964326
c3: 209991291074407135
c4: 4399838075586
c5: 216216
skew: 1964419.61
# size 7.902e-15, alpha -7.660, combined = 3.848e-12 rroots = 3
# expecting poly E from 3.28e-12 to > 3.77e-12
type: gnfs
rlim: 33500000
alim: 33500000
lpbr: 29
lpba: 29
mfbr: 58
mfba: 58
rlambda: 2.5
alambda: 2.5
Trial sieving 5K blocks.
Code:
  Q  Yield
 10M 10381
 20M 11199
 30M 10925
 40M  9317

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QUEUED AS C154_2007666_1706

GNFS Aliquot C154 2007666 i1706, ECM'ed to t47, 287 cpu thread-hours poly search, for 14e:

Code:
# norm 5.373409e-15 alpha -8.640852 e 2.637e-12 rroots 5
n: 9529901455906253028332944867103984585191552089354050416768206165127042499558069416926958899296453303841315581515912709520918428182217207480624611664992067
skew: 19443387.54
c0: -11460520482334600336435676123473913286224
c1: 2071940235535245441526905108669500
c2: 781888801874093209846407144
c3: -54966525124304833493
c4: -2211250642798
c5: 9240
Y0: -1006197935516451571285561393467
Y1: 6495997748520059
rlim: 67000000
alim: 67000000
lpbr: 29
lpba: 29
mfbr: 58
mfba: 58
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 2.6
lss: 0
Sieve on algebraic side Q = 10-50M. I will handle LA.

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QUEUED AS 88887_230

C156 from the Near-Repdigit project, 88887_230.
The GNFS difficulty is 155.90-digit.
Code:
n: 800527674268884358449219247982755011762659139745160958124507108647934650395782022627860894210067015571564172561123135837775813966414006322733003610775796997
lss: 0
Y0: -1039153410151069198315101264651
Y1: 2644402081520051
c0: 103639226563159232853364287422470001920
c1: 64854868404383616455919921838536
c2: -15935539009240242491909018
c3: -19996460036716049007
c4: 768248333356
c5: 660660
skew: 3738500.26
# size 3.706e-15, alpha -7.598, combined = 2.469e-12 rroots = 3
# expecting poly E from 2.23e-12 to > 2.56e-12
type: gnfs
rlim: 33500000
alim: 33500000
lpbr: 29
lpba: 29
mfbr: 58
mfba: 84
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 3.5
Trial sieving 5K blocks.
Code:
  Q  Yield
  8M 10403
 10M 11248
 20M 10431
 30M  8587
 40M  9615

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