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Old 2009-05-12, 06:43   #89
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Ah, thanks for the explanation. There's no simple way for me to find out exactly how many of the relations in that batch are free ones, though, so I won't bother amending the count I posted earlier.

Meanwhile:
filtering wants 268161 more relations
I'm surprised that 2.45M relations wasn't at least enough to build a matrix. Ah well--load 'em up, guys!
Give a couple of minutes....I started the last range running before I left for work and just now walked in the door. Let me go upstairs and I'll see what's been deposited while I was away.....
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Old 2009-05-12, 06:56   #90
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Give a couple of minutes....I started the last range running before I left for work and just now walked in the door. Let me go upstairs and I'll see what's been deposited while I was away.....
In case you're up late with nothing to do, I just started 459000 more relations uploading....
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Old 2009-05-12, 07:07   #91
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They're free relations. Msieve adds them during duplicate removal, so it would appear that Frank has already added them. They will make no difference to the post-processing, because msieve will add them anyway. So don't count them as extras.
Shhhh...you weren't supposed to let on. I do that so I can pad my stats....

No, actually, I use an older version of the fact* script that still runs procrels. I do it that way so I can keep a closer eye on my relation count during big jobs. (Also, I'm just too lazy to update my setup.....)
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Old 2009-05-12, 07:23   #92
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I'm surprised that 2.45M relations wasn't at least enough to build a matrix. Ah well--load 'em up, guys!
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Old 2009-05-12, 12:33   #93
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17.6M- 18.1M done. 673843 relations. Uploaded: 17.6M_to_18.1M (26.6 MB)
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Old 2009-05-12, 13:33   #94
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filtering wants 268161 more relations
I'm surprised that 2.45M relations wasn't at least enough to build a matrix. Ah well--load 'em up, guys!
But how many unique relations are there? I suspect the duplication rate is high for this one because of using 13e and necessarily sieving into low special-q territory. Anything higher than this one would probably be a candidate for 14e.
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Old 2009-05-12, 15:43   #95
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Ah, thanks for the explanation. There's no simple way for me to find out exactly how many of the relations in that batch are free ones, though, so I won't bother amending the count I posted earlier.
If you have unix tools,

grep ",0:" relation_file | wc -l

will count the free relations.
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Old 2009-05-12, 15:56   #96
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???
Ah, sorry about that. I meant to say 24.5M.
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But how many unique relations are there? I suspect the duplication rate is high for this one because of using 13e and necessarily sieving into low special-q territory. Anything higher than this one would probably be a candidate for 14e.
Okay...there are 19617710 unique relations out of 24537929 relations as of the filtering run I did last night.

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* 17.6M-18.1M jrk (done, 673843 rels)
Total rels received: 25211784 (100.8% of 25M rels)

Frank, I'm having trouble uncompressing your file c138-13_8-13_9.zip. I downloaded it two different times and both times my compression software (I tried a few different ones, too) said that it couldn't open the file. Possibly the file was truncated during upload?

I'll hold off on starting the postprocessing until I've received all of 13.8M-14.0M and 16.6M-17.6M.

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Old 2009-05-12, 15:59   #97
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If you have unix tools,

grep ",0:" relation_file | wc -l

will count the free relations.
Ah, thanks for the tip. Therefore the relation count, not counting free relations, is:
Total rels received: 25090316 (100.4% of 25M rels)
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Old 2009-05-12, 18:20   #98
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Frank, I'm having trouble uncompressing your file c138-13_8-13_9.zip. I downloaded it two different times and both times my compression software (I tried a few different ones, too) said that it couldn't open the file. Possibly the file was truncated during upload?
Yes, the upload aborted itself for some reason. By the time that happened, it was so late, I just gave it up as a bad job. Trying again this morning, this time with the range all the way to 14M.....
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Old 2009-05-12, 21:36   #99
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Hey i uploaded another ~730k relations from my 16.6 to 17.6 range. However i didnt have time (leaving work) to remove the previous 200k relations from the 16.6 to 16.74 range, so before using this output file in a processing run can you remove the first 200k lines from the file? (unless msieve can deal with all those dupes on its own). The remainder of this range should be done within the next few hours but i wont be able to upload the data until tomorrow morning. I figured this way you can maybe do another processing run tonight instead of having to wait until tomorrow.
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