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Old 2016-01-02, 16:08   #199
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Bruce,

2,989+ already reserved by NFS@Home. Maybe request Greg to start this one first hence he reserved a lot of work, as can be seen here: http://homes.cerias.purdue.edu/~ssw/cun/who

Carlos
I did fairly serious ecm attempts on 5-of-8 of these NFS@H reservations;
including a bunch of Sam's Wanted numbers and early holes. Actually,
everything except the base-2s, some of which already had substantial
runs elsewhere. I'll be happy with whatever order Greg wants. Looks
like the base-2's I was referring to are well described on the 2+ and 2LM
tables (here!). I recall having done a relatively recent run through the c3xx's.
Quite a lot of those, and the c2xx's aren't easy either. -BD
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Old 2016-01-02, 23:21   #200
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The order is unimportant. I just listed 2-10 of Sam's most wanted list in order in the proposal, but I'm happy with any other order. I also think there will be time for 2,991+ this year.
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Old 2016-01-04, 13:53   #201
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Not sure if this was aware but there's a new team called Gridcoin, with lots of new members on the BOINC world. This new team crunches projects which they consider stable ( with lots of wus to process).
Can I request to always have a 16e queue size of 1M tasks?
I do think that this year will be the best of NFS@Home on helping the Cunningham Project.

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Old 2016-04-25, 21:37   #202
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NFS@Home has completed both 2,989+ and 2,991+.

2,989+


2,991+

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Old 2016-04-25, 22:29   #203
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That's grand! 1000 bits limit is passed!
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Old 2016-04-27, 15:43   #204
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That's grand! 1000 bits limit is passed!
Also 8 done of the 9 most wanted numbers reserved, just 2,1028+
left. Tasks for 2,1285- running here; 1028+ is the only other
Cunnningham reserved. Page 131 is about full (at last, since June),
there must be another 8 more wanteds about to be promoted to
mosts for want131 ("issued with page 131"). I've been pounding
on more wanteds under c260, up to 1.3t65-or-so. Another
bunch at .8t65 under c260 or less tested wanted from c260-c279
queued.

Recent small factors from nfs/gnfs that I ran but didn't find are p67,
p76, p77, p78. A bunch of others with smallest p85-and-up, for
which tests to p70 wouldn't have had a plausible chance of finding
a factor. My current step1 limits aren't optimal at p75; something
like .5t70 seems to be as far as I can see. Meanwhile, Ryan's
at 8 of the Top10; looks like he could hit 10-of-10 if he was trying!

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Old 2016-04-27, 20:35   #205
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Also 8 done of the 9 most wanted numbers reserved, just 2,1028+ left.
There are a little over 11000 2,1028+ workunits pending. I'll give those another week or so, then only 2,1207- will remain on the most wanted list. No plans to do that one for now.
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There are a little over 11000 2,1028+ workunits pending. I'll give those another week or so, then only 2,1207- will remain on the most wanted list. No plans to do that one for now.
Just finished .7t65 and t65 on 12,271+/-, after initial 14t55 and 13t55.
Also some B1=3e9s on 271-. Hope these go well. -Bruce
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Just finished .7t65 and t65 on 12,271+/-, after initial 14t55 and 13t55.
Also some B1=3e9s on 271-. Hope these go well. -Bruce
Thanks. These should go fairly quickly, 165k workunits on each should suffice.
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Old 2016-05-15, 19:52   #208
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NFS@Home has completed 2,1028+. An unusual number of sqrt attempts were required.

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Old 2016-09-14, 10:18   #209
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Code:
6379  2,1009+ c244 897737413129878491558669073093664931129644710928191312540354532326425133547133152959937943844040075121657347. p136 NFS@Home snfs
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