20110219, 07:11  #1112 
"Serge"
Mar 2008
Phi(4,2^7658614+1)/2
22065_{8} Posts 
2000 B1=43e6 curves

20110219, 10:43  #1113 
May 2008
10001000111_{2} Posts 
A poly for the line 2618 c155:
Code:
n: 75932340428877011727618708726905558562515248304152927449065726063130564403655850880406162753916607273084882142223225126840338325892660195804478997023817401 # norm 3.822245e15 alpha 7.881856 e 2.379e12 rroots 5 skew: 6418220.17 c0: 2062906220781704282993726516104508724775 c1: 284251522415559829763390494625375 c2: 513219663652631358949539639 c3: 15909712331132706553 c4: 14267290231904 c5: 282072 Y0: 769138013133495299020812401502 Y1: 1590687241685950061 rlim: 25000000 alim: 25000000 lpbr: 29 lpba: 29 mfbr: 58 mfba: 58 rlambda: 2.5 alambda: 2.5 (I'll continue poly selection for awhile until sieving starts) 
20110219, 11:11  #1114  
Sep 2004
2×5×283 Posts 
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20110219, 11:14  #1115 
Sep 2004
2·5·283 Posts 
Pointed my cores to schickel's ecmserver. Before starting with this number I found a factor for the previous work the server was handling. I don't know if it is related to Aliquot search. Frank, please check your logs.

20110219, 11:34  #1116 
Oct 2004
Austria
4662_{8} Posts 
p1: B1=1e9, B2=1e14, no factor
Edit: Just in case that someone wants to extend this bounds, the savefile reads: Code:
METHOD=P1; B1=1000000000; N=75932340428877011727618708726905558562515248304152927449065726063130564403655850880406162753916607273084882142223225126840338325892660195804478997023817401; X=0x1f016dc25c94263f9e81480e52c5320b9dce0c152c830d2897a626e79aed125e9a00693ef39a0a8937d6021480e57875d54d9d20e4de31de6a2c558244c4545a0; Last fiddled with by Andi47 on 20110219 at 11:35 
20110219, 14:55  #1117 
"Frank <^>"
Dec 2004
CDP Janesville
84A_{16} Posts 
It was a c104 from 330084 which is from Project 400. That saves me an NFS job, thanks!

20110219, 17:54  #1118 
Sep 2009
977_{10} Posts 
Yeah, RSALS was born to factor C154C155 semiprimes, and we have lots of clients at the moment, so we could easily do it entirely.
But as usual, we don't want to stomp on individuals' toes. There's even more room for other participants this time than the previous sequence 4788 sieving which RSALS ended up doing entirely, since the number is noticeably shorter One thing that other participants can provide, while RSALS cannot, is ranges without holes: the "long tail" effect of small scattered holes easily persists for 35 days. 
20110219, 18:03  #1119 
Sep 2004
5416_{8} Posts 
~1006 B1=43e6 curves but Frank will tell us the right number...
Last fiddled with by em99010pepe on 20110219 at 18:03 
20110219, 18:23  #1120 
Sep 2010
Portland, OR
2^{2}×3×31 Posts 
I'm up to:
4300 @ 40M 2125 @ 43M 800 @ 100M Including previous posts, I think that puts us at nearly 9500 curves at 4043M, plus 800 more at 100M. I've now found a couple polys, the best of which is # norm 4.025205e15 alpha 7.671371 e 2.488e12 rroots 3 Is it about time to start gnfs? 
20110219, 18:42  #1121 
May 2009
Russia, Moscow
2×5×11×23 Posts 
Small effort from me: 1000@43e6 and 500@11e7.

20110219, 19:13  #1122 
Oct 2004
Austria
2×17×73 Posts 
~420@43, no factor. Same with 3*p1 at B1=1e9, B2=1e14

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