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 2011-05-09, 15:42 #1 fivemack (loop (#_fork))     Feb 2006 Cambridge, England 2×7×461 Posts unexpected excrement In current SVN, I'm getting 'crap' for every polynomial for 7+374 with c5=510972 randomizing rational coefficient: using piece #1436 of 1474 p = 71.86 bits, sieve = 105.01 bits coeff 510972 specialq 4115912013 - 4120408568 other 833550 - 1250325 aprogs: 33036 entries, 45548 roots I am sure this is entirely uninteresting
2011-05-09, 15:56   #2
jrk

May 2008

3×5×73 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by fivemack In current SVN, I'm getting 'crap' for every polynomial for 7+374 with c5=510972
This was the same problem Jeff had and it was fixed in SVN 564. I just checked with your number and it still works. Please try it.

Thanks.

Code:
Msieve v. 1.49 (SVN 570M)
Mon May  9 11:00:17 2011
random seeds: 63a8c3dc e174952f
factoring 61173781879800813987062254208969082152381029438415262556799619943895079615422740343994343770534689647933527791161943080608113058309486560791550732809340767016424578028793088881479019117986214217881 (197 digits)
no P-1/P+1/ECM available, skipping
commencing number field sieve (197-digit input)
commencing number field sieve polynomial selection
searching leading coefficients from 510972 to 510972
randomizing rational coefficient: using piece #1436 of 1474
p = 71.86 bits, sieve = 105.01 bits
coeff 510972 specialq 4115912013 - 4120408568 other 833550 - 1250325
aprogs: 33036 entries, 45548 roots
poly 510972 3059028343953767919191 164298517810458495859670245567171847716
poly 510972 5245011218188399229917 164298517810449076973487820065442900712
poly 510972 3195686641134247144441 164298517810468764083384620911317061931
poly 510972 3872792733007237625287 164298517810463134584687982717739616552
poly 510972 4928345570197396073843 164298517810467243528333874512375925104
poly 510972 3780543007098901706731 164298517810441286445271212610100566947
poly 510972 3440664357980208352667 164298517810438620512853002628191684060
poly 510972 4223588985827885110321 164298517810463605916580263323527371457
poly 510972 3209800019222395456597 164298517810467397600943773398530834307
poly 510972 3408774746053088032153 164298517810457109638132159118969577425
poly 510972 3274820236740658916161 164298517810450264160753652589584623539
poly 510972 3829451636210419983101 164298517810465076598181565989154596849
poly 510972 3261753496963031679397 164298517810462034491644995012504312787
poly 510972 4225244740533211052191 164298517810448267918892066984191591438
poly 510972 4144142133211023260239 164298517810452693752426801227706442009
poly 510972 4200234430015252123207 164298517810442291023612202611416282929
poly 510972 4673632204960489789097 164298517810465547472255506131995442215

 2011-05-09, 16:12 #3 fivemack (loop (#_fork))     Feb 2006 Cambridge, England 2×7×461 Posts Ah, sorry; I'd ended up with fifteen copies of the msieve executable which I thought only differed in the parameter file, but actually they span a range of SVN versions. Retrying with 570M. However, I had (because I have the stage-1 threshold compiled in as 1e30 for 195-197 digits) totally different poly lines Code: poly 510972 3983700300063145298081 419759711213239813267958066596772569201420595 crap poly 510972 3103044400806883225337 419759711213252479557778247457782756920012644 crap poly 510972 3987558229311953051419 419759711213240812571698035571627951106825082 crap poly 510972 3355455241708596889273 419759711213189966310045822840831343479698158 crap Last fiddled with by fivemack on 2011-05-09 at 16:18
2011-05-09, 17:19   #4
Jeff Gilchrist

Jun 2003

49516 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by jrk This was the same problem Jeff had and it was fixed in SVN 564. I just checked with your number and it still works. Please try it.
FYI, I haven't seen any crap lines in my binaries since you made the fix.

Jeff.

 2011-05-09, 23:02 #5 fivemack (loop (#_fork))     Feb 2006 Cambridge, England 2×7×461 Posts I confirm that my results are also entirely excrement-free.
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