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Old 2018-05-24, 14:30   #23
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Default C229_151_42 done

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Thu May 24 14:41:46 2018  p81 factor: 659111171162587511001945202207366819602644411964225065081001137913325383295838909
Thu May 24 14:41:46 2018  p148 factor: 1672581374250702824738947742798076127330974868661411511817845162122621949046858328275460764421317767711434935811885774187181548411457277922503957077
72.8 hours for 12.00M density-130 (140 didn't work) matrix on 7 threads E5-2650v2. Log (containing density-100 and density-120 filtering - I ran 120/130/140 in parallel and didn't keep all three logs) attached and at https://pastebin.com/MT99LRXT

I just took the first 400M relations rather than trying more complicated pre-filtering analyses.
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Old 2018-05-24, 14:33   #24
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Thank you! For the record, TD=90 built a matrix with an ETA of 1265 hrs.
OK, those runtimes are enormous, I have added a further 100MQ of sieving.

I hope there is some degree of 'running on this potato' in the runtimes ... 1300 hours would deal with a 50M matrix on my larger machines. If it's still >1000 hours for the job then I would happily take it over and run it on something chunkier.
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Old 2018-05-24, 16:19   #25
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OK, those runtimes are enormous, I have added a further 100MQ of sieving.

I hope there is some degree of 'running on this potato' in the runtimes ... 1300 hours would deal with a 50M matrix on my larger machines. If it's still >1000 hours for the job then I would happily take it over and run it on something chunkier.
32-bit jobs can sometimes take on a life of their own. My first two jobs on the current 14e queue both had initial ETAs over 1000 hours on my personal hardware. The first job is a bit undersieved, and the second is just plain hard (SNFS 270). I will re-download the C209_701xx141_5 job tonight when it has 480M+ relations and get an ETA, or several at ever increasing TD.

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Old 2018-05-25, 08:34   #26
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Reserving C198_756xx781_11 Thanks
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Old 2018-05-25, 12:05   #27
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I will re-download the C209_701xx141_5 job tonight when it has 480M+ relations and get an ETA, or several at ever increasing TD.
Many thanks for generating more relations.

With ~484M relations, TD=130 shows an ETA of 937 hrs. Not sure this time can be improved significantly. Reading in more relations and/or higher TD would likely help a bit but when traded against the time to optimize conditions, all under the cloud of possible oversieving lead me to think going with what I got might be best. But I’m open to investigating all scenarios if it’s helpful to others.

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Old 2018-05-25, 12:45   #28
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Please hold C212_157xx799_13. Making a test.
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Test done, don't need to reserve this composite.
I double checked with Carlos - he confirms he is not working C212_157xx799_13. Can a gatekeeper edit the 14e queue to show this composite as unreserved?
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Old 2018-05-25, 13:30   #29
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I have removed the reservation for C212_157xx799_13.
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Old 2018-05-25, 14:06   #30
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Thank you.
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Old 2018-05-26, 15:14   #31
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Default C191_295xx029_13 factored

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p80 factor: 13745796595569657487046976086814644298188282962356651514984076906025347008147003
p111 factor: 930761774694254454289678294527788495654974849663089855154505082398340025888249556096804633684441558318426871251
Approximately 29.6 hours on 2 threads Core i3-2310M with 4 GB memory for a 4.36M matrix at TD = 70 (TD = 130 didn't work).
Log attached and log at https://pastebin.com/1QsvP734

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Old 2018-05-29, 04:42   #32
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I am going to have a guess and say this job took 4 1/2 hours. Starting the job with 8 cores and finished with 15 just to see if there was much time difference and there wasn't
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p70 factor: 1989774706154817243345988310685771699308514675731245500652616051195507
p129 factor: 187207251745133606157391653086769259037917392116430983143576943217585815557363013773039151703724781592509357752386497852063522527
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Old 2018-05-29, 09:10   #33
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As a person making essential use of Pastebin, and because they have a cheap offer at the moment, I've bought a lifetime PRO account for sixteen pounds. Apologies if I can't figure out how to drive it and accidentally produce, for example, pastes that aren't world-readable.
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