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Old 2009-07-18, 01:48   #12
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When I run the test with the new factor omitted, I get RES: AD48BE5F089980AC. Does not match Mini-Geek's, either. Strange.

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I see no reason why it should. I never ran a test on F19/old_factors. The only time I'd expect to see that particular result again is if you stopped F19 and switched to F19/known_factors (including the new one) at the exact same iteration that I did. I don't know the iteration that I switched over, only that it was in the 330,000 range.

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Old 2009-07-18, 02:00   #13
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Are the save files between F19 and F19/known_factors incompatible? It was used automatically. If they're not compatible and that's the cause of the difference, George ought to fix that
Find a new Fermat factor and my reward is .... a bug report
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Old 2009-07-18, 02:15   #14
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PFGW agrees with Alex and jrk's runs. Ignore the first digit of the residue as usual with PFGW.

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PFGW Version 20090706.Win_Dev (Beta 'caveat utilitor') [GWNUM 25.11]

PRP: Phi(2^20,2)/(705....524446080499713) 524097/524097 mro=0.03125 sum=1703.34/
Phi(2^20,2)/(70525124609*646730219521*37590055514133754286524446080499713) is composite: RES64: [061CCF4C8ABEF914] (1599.8707s+0.0889s)
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Old 2009-07-18, 05:38   #15
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User Buckle turned in this gem recently!

F19 has a factor: 37590055514133754286524446080499713

Anyone want to test if this completes the factorization of F19?
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Old 2009-07-18, 06:08   #16
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A nice one :-)

How about F14? It has no known factors still, but according to
http://www.fermatsearch.org/stats/ecm_f.php
some ECM curves with B1 = 43M or 110M may solve the problem :-)
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Old 2009-07-18, 07:42   #17
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Can someone have a go with PFGW?
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Old 2009-07-18, 08:15   #18
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Can someone have a go with PFGW?
check post #14
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Old 2009-07-18, 08:57   #19
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check post #14
Oh, silly me.
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George, do you think possible to know the full name of the user Buckle, to update the list of Fermat factors discoverers?

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Old 2009-07-18, 13:21   #21
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Congratulations to Buckle and GIMPS.
One day we will have found more factors of Fermatnumbers than we found Mersenneprimes

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Congratulations to Buckle and GIMPS.
One day we will have found more factors of Fermatnumbers than we found Mersenneprimes

Matthias
PFGW with GWNUM 25.11 is already in use to test Fermat factors

Apart from that, I guess that finding factors with ECM is a bit slow-pacing, due to the big numbers involved and the popularity of the task.

Sure enough, there will be a boost in ECM-F after this discovery!

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