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Old 2020-04-20, 11:53   #2344
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QUEUED AS 207__967_3m1

C233 from the MWRB file with OPN weight 22895.
[ a.k.a. Phi_3(Phi_31(7537))/3 ]
207020371521438651185208650154471086466564527143724454774294429505639667285235059617140932204437900026556483557549967^3-1
p117^3-1
SNFS-240.39 difficulty.
Sieve on the algebraic side.
Code:
n: 14285811408291495772033745294875107224207156330922534658573374239978304572322146309917245195452807094153350556265596751332063162024627317192620362002308067541255346521937869402564490893625248195864539841585273492973925996857086417019
skew: 1.00
lss: 0
c6: 56806369
c5: 0
c4: 0
c3: 56783758
c2: 0
c1: 0
c0: 56783761
m: 591541410726415701383522368056534442849
type: snfs
rlim: 268000000
alim: 268000000
lpbr: 32
lpba: 32
mfbr: 62
mfba: 93
rlambda: 2.7
alambda: 3.7
Trial sieving 5K blocks.
Code:
  Q  Yield
 20M 11538
 60M  8779
100M  8891
200M  6857
300M  5657
320M  5814

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Old 2020-04-23, 15:43   #2345
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QUEUED AS f41_152p1

Hello,

Here's another Brent tables entry:
Code:
# (41^152+1)/162997214192152441209917000011928957192497672515778
n: 853033406844239263945342178451300190176059128978881929147457391020030607096015766494809260107744529893318602370503535334405969570549481196361996643738818491206777151957270013460737968259535405569
type: snfs
c6: 1681
c0: 1
Y0: 20873554875923477449109855954682643681001
Y1: 1
skew: 0.29
rlim: 134000000
alim: 134000000
lpbr: 31
lpba: 31
mfbr: 62
mfba: 91
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 3.5
Test sieving 1K ranges:
Special-Q Yield
20M 2777
80M 1161
134M 1374
220M 1044
270M 969

Sieving on the algebraic side from 20M to 170M should get about 240M relations which should be enough.

Chris

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Old 2020-04-25, 20:48   #2346
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Can I have an update from you all in terms of work available to be added to the grid, 14e and 15e queue? It’s that time of the year again for the Pentathlon ( start 5th May 2020) this year the five projects are chosen by a small group of the organisers which means NFS@Home can be chosen again.

The BOINC Pentathlon consists of 5 disciplines:

Marathon (14 days)
Sprint (3 days)
City Run (5 days)
Cross Country (5 days)
Javelin Throw (5 x 1 day, only each team's third best daily score counts)

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Old 2020-04-25, 21:12   #2347
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WYSIWYG.

Not sure if you’re asking me but there’s nothing else in the pipe for 14e AFAIK. Some folks may have factoring jobs that they haven’t made public yet.

There are some HCNs ready for 15e of low-ish SNFS. We can bulk up 15e if absolutely necessary but we don’t need a flood.
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Old 2020-04-26, 03:14   #2348
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I have a 14e C168 from aliquot sequence 434040 for which I am currently running a poly search. Should have it ready to run in a day or so.

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Old 2020-04-26, 03:15   #2349
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Agreed- I have a couple more small numbers ECMed that could feed 14e for a day or two of normal-level activity. 15e has a substantial queue, and there are likely more numbers out there ready to be added once the queue thins. Sean has a C198 about to head into the queue, for instance, and I have a pair of SNFS-265ish.

So, if the challenge can be for 15e only, I think we can keep the beast fed. The only way to keep 14e fed is to send numbers there that really should be done by 15e (like those SNFS-265 I just mentioned); it's about time to retire 14e in favor of either 14e -J to make it 14.5e, or to convert 14e into 15e siever with a strict lim=134M cap to keep memory use down. I wager the inefficiency in running GNFS-160 on 15e is less than e.g.. GNFS175 on 14e, so we could keep doing the smaller numbers on a "new" mini-15e queue.
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Old 2020-04-26, 14:05   #2350
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I have a couple dozen 29 & 30 bit jobs I am working on. It takes me longer to perform the last ECM curves than it does to sieve them on the grid. In another words, I can't keep the grid fed by myself. I also have a few for 15e but I am already using a third of the queue so I will wait my turn. A 32-bit job for 14e will show up later today.
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Old 2020-04-26, 16:14   #2351
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All numbers now enqueued in 14e

All the Brent tables have been ECMed enough. So here's some ready for test sieving:
Code:
(18^197+1)/112838457460277805205363571028508308945533969
(30^167+1)/11139653949572985445581786707689405637624627116449751
(42^151+1)/30924050584002578882969
(44^149-1)/1838014696403663
(45^149-1)/42408402096066583356950328010750781559657493058320541566102084
(48^146+1)/631827309328720032519683613853030945
(86^127-1)/188429252758467634112856126883772417755036448095225565
(93^124+1)/2309044301090448461075440205529394
I can add several more if necessary.

Chris

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Old 2020-04-26, 22:02   #2352
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Quote:
Originally Posted by chris2be8 View Post
All the Brent tables have been ECMed enough. So here's some ready for test sieving:
Code:
(18^197+1)/112838457460277805205363571028508308945533969
(30^167+1)/11139653949572985445581786707689405637624627116449751
(42^151+1)/30924050584002578882969
(44^149-1)/1838014696403663
(45^149-1)/42408402096066583356950328010750781559657493058320541566102084
(48^146+1)/631827309328720032519683613853030945
(86^127-1)/188429252758467634112856126883772417755036448095225565
(93^124+1)/2309044301090448461075440205529394
I can add several more if necessary.

Chris
I will start test sieving these and posting them as time allows. Combined with the other jobs mentioned above I hope we can keep 14e fed.
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Old 2020-04-27, 00:20   #2353
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QUEUED AS 251__143_13m1

C219 from the OPN t600 file.
[ a.k.a. Phi_13(Phi_23(13)/1381)/2003/4638791/p29 ]
Code:
n: 224957802163338501446954177192971553346811624564278999831865192395986356909996863781802792700133460697588119641830191430565407093422410239198102638629908774699988992995593231718970240308328171192282138194616395446856363
# 2519545342349331183143^13-1, difficulty: 256.82, skewness: 1.00, alpha: 3.10
# cost: 1.39159e+19, est. time: 6626.63 GHz days (not accurate yet!)
skew: 1.000
c6: 1
c5: 1
c4: -5
c3: -4
c2: 6
c1: 3
c0: -1
Y1: -2519545342349331183143
Y0: 6348108732154208474728621415328088207358450
type: snfs
rlim: 134000000
alim: 268000000
lpbr: 32
lpba: 32
mfbr: 64
mfba: 64
rlambda: 2.7
alambda: 2.7
Trial sieving 5K blocks.
Code:
  Q  Yield
 20M 11798
 60M 10014
100M 10044
200M  8234
270M  7200
280M  7033

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Old 2020-04-27, 13:49   #2354
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C168 from aliquot 434040, i3104, tested to t51, for 14e:

Code:
# norm 2.582511e-016 alpha -8.066147 e 4.421e-013 rroots 3
n: 787138472477216198384556294823118346717661942769195559625443853931194189459063751394270544046390314892170233126467399893934430448008090894783277988649941877409628077709
skew: 97595741.37
c0: 8022476780927537013878704153755523583168313
c1: -844520378148615856269491730954439965
c2: 15192071173796182389539327165
c3: 373160219084471613535
c4: -402863664628
c5: 1320
Y0: -901769291156177765304112392468580
Y1: 2439108564156793
rlim: 55000000
alim: 55000000
lpbr: 31
lpba: 31
mfbr: 62
mfba: 62
rlambda: 2.6
alambda: 2.6
300 cpu thread-hours for poly.

Suggest 20-200M range for sieving. I will handle LA.
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