20190906, 03:34  #23  
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
110010111001_{2} Posts 
Quote:
Code:
ERROR:root:Download failed, URL error: <urlopen error [Errno 111] Connection refused> ERROR:root:Waiting 10.0 seconds before retrying 

20190906, 07:10  #24 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19×223 Posts 
Bummer! I copied the network settings from 2330L params file, so I figured it would work without issue. Maybe I did something dumb like mistype the port. If I have time Saturday I'll see if I can figure out the problem; won't have time to check before then. Then again, the job will finish late Saturday on its own.
I'll be running a deg 5 search with CADO later (unless Vebis beats me to it), so we'll have another chance. 
20190906, 11:58  #25 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
3,257 Posts 
Is the new port available from outside your local network?

20190906, 14:27  #26 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19×223 Posts 
There is no local network; it's assigned an IP address via DHCP from my university.

20190907, 19:50  #27  
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19·223 Posts 
Quote:
Unfortunately, I learned Friday that my office is scheduled for destruction Tuesday, so I went in last night and unplugged all the silicon. My department is as surprised by this turn of events as I am, so I and my machines are homeless for a week or two until they find some office space for me. On the bright side, RAM arrived last night. 

20190913, 01:32  #28 
Jun 2012
101100000110_{2} Posts 
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# norm 8.388914e21 alpha 9.216995 e 7.639e16 rroots 5 skew: 20979898852.98 c0: 27649131585183391812916066541481716806536590015577581424 c1: 27330385748632515681889738973504668871302682226 c2: 2155465644405759903230110401342981943 c3: 213599886258400208384412088 c4: 4879065781035618 c5: 121716 Y0: 96818882190388663272841084874018768984485 Y1: 74413548803525738089 
20190913, 02:14  #29 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19·223 Posts 
That may be a record for highest skew on a usable poly in history. 20 billion!
Recall that GGNFS does not run with skew above Q; if you change skew to 400M or 500M, I bet the score is pretty lousy. Then again, Max might be able to spin it such that skew drops by a factor of 4 or 8 while score remains similar, so there's some hope. Skews like this are why tiny c5s aren't usually searched for poly select above c200. 
20190914, 01:29  #30  
Jun 2012
2·17·83 Posts 
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The search goes on. 

20190914, 03:51  #31 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
10215_{8} Posts 
I finally finished my deg 6 CADO run:
Code:
skew: 402972.111 c0: 2118696065289163977962187507742615436240832 c1: 45195693963724945835426077433010009156 c2: 298923418394166123716233260770564 c3: 328843002406215196716601281 c4: 2641231812968768558129 c5: 1065578287083828 c6: 276312960 Y0: 8247746467927728998793444647326297 Y1: 69974668288047521820527 # MurphyE (Bf=1.718e+10,Bg=1.718e+10,area=1.288e+16) = 1.17e08 Prior records for deg 6: 210 digits 1.49e15, 212 digits 9.42e16 This composite has first three digits 103, so the poly score should be a bit closer to 210 digits than 212. I'd like a 1.30 in deg 6 to call the search complete, or 1.10 in deg 5. I'm running CADO on 01.05M in deg 6 next; by then I'll be back to 2330L matrixsolving. Edit: this was ~7M threadseconds of search. Last fiddled with by VBCurtis on 20190914 at 03:52 
20190914, 15:30  #32  
(loop (#_fork))
Feb 2006
Cambridge, England
6,353 Posts 
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(sieving the demonstrated polynomial from 400M to 400M+100k with 16e and 33bit large primes gives a yield of 40 relations) 

20190914, 16:24  #33 
Jun 2012
5406_{8} Posts 
Then we should start sieving as soon as possible!

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