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Old 2011-04-14, 09:09   #1
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Arrow "Subproject" #10: 200k-300k to 110 digits

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200-250k    RobertS   (done!)
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Edit (just missed the edit window): hmm, there are some mysterious gaps in my worker's logs, so maybe we were both adding factors at the same time... I picked up the downdriver at 219282.1969, but it dropped ~10 digits with 2^2 some time before that. Anyway, another one down!
I've started to bring up all seqs in 195k-250k to 110 digits (I've announced it somewhere here in the forum). 219282 was one of the last in this range, because it was quite "intensive". I left it at i1945 (100digits) in the evening and it was done in the next morning, by me and you.
But anyway, another one down!
To avoid double work: I will continue with the seqs. 250k-300k, <110 digits. 195k-250k is done.

PS: There are only 4860 seqs below 110 digits below 1M (mean size:106.2).
Right now 50 to 70 seqs are passing the 110 digits limit daily!

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Old 2011-04-14, 11:20   #2
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PS: There are only 4860 seqs below 110 digits below 1M (mean size:106.2).
Right now 50 to 70 seqs are passing the 110 digits limit daily!
At that rate it'll be less than 3 months till everything's up to 110 - will we need another 110 digits subproject or do you want to do all the work?
10k-50k to 120 digits isn't looking far off now
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Old 2011-04-14, 17:29   #3
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At that rate it'll be less than 3 months till everything's up to 110 - will we need another 110 digits subproject or do you want to do all the work?
10k-50k to 120 digits isn't looking far off now
It seems like that it won't take 3 month, due to the huge progress (now 4828 seqs. <110 digits, < 1M)
I have not planned to do all <110 <1M seqs. But I'm not sure, wether another 110 digits subproject is suitable or not. In most cases there are only few terms to do.
I would join 10k-50k to 120 digits, after I could get to run GNFS on my unix machine.
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Old 2011-04-15, 07:29   #4
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I've started to bring up all seqs in 195k-250k to 110 digits (I've announced it somewhere here in the forum).
That was in the main reservation thread, but I didn't pay enough attention to think of putting in such a reservation.

Mods, do we need to do something like that or should we just start a "mega project" thread to reserve wide swaths of numbers for intensive work?
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219282 was one of the last in this range, because it was quite "intensive". I left it at i1945 (100digits) in the evening and it was done in the next morning, by me and you.
I guess we could mark that as a major milestone....
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But anyway, another one down!
To avoid double work: I will continue with the seqs. 250k-300k, <110 digits. 195k-250k is done.
A nice wide swath of work by anyone's standards....
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PS: There are only 4860 seqs below 110 digits below 1M (mean size:106.2).
Right now 50 to 70 seqs are passing the 110 digits limit daily !
Nice progress!
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Old 2011-04-15, 07:32   #5
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I would join 10k-50k to 120 digits, after I could get to run GNFS on my unix machine.
Do you not run it because you haven't needed it or because you can't get it running?

If it's the latter, we can help you get it running.....
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Old 2011-04-15, 07:51   #6
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In most cases there are only few terms to do.
I guess this is because of Ben's workers that are factoring all the lowest composites. This has the side-effect of pushing sequences up towards 110.

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Mods, do we need to do something like that or should we just start a "mega project" thread to reserve wide swaths of numbers for intensive work?
This thread definitely isn't needed (under its current title, at least) as 200k-250k is done already by RobertS and he is now continuing to 300k. As taking sequences to 110 digits clearly isn't what it used to be, I think we coordinate the remaining effort in the ranges and status thread. Then when Subproject #9 runs out of sequences we can start the 120 digits effort (10k-50k, or perhaps 10k-100k?) for Subproject #10.

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This thread definitely isn't needed (under its current title, at least) as 200k-250k is done already by RobertS and he is now continuing to 300k.
Oh, come on; what fits the spirit of the forum better than an entire thread devoted to a project that is almost done (and by one person at that!)?
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Oh, come on; what fits the spirit of the forum better than an entire thread devoted to a project that is almost done (and by one person at that!)?
An entire thread devoted to a project that has already been done by only one person, I think.

We could keep the thread, as long as we change the title...
Edit: done.

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I guess this is because of Ben's workers that are factoring all the lowest composites. This has the side-effect of pushing sequences up towards 110.
Ben is not the only one who run workers to factor all the lowest composites!
My worker have also pushed the limit of the Database - thousends composites the last weeks.
And we don`t know how much people run also DB-Helpers.
So this work is from different Persons. And all Project benefit on that.

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Old 2011-05-07, 15:30   #10
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250k-300k is almost done.
Will continue with 300k-350k

PS: 3601 sequences < 1M < 110 digits left, with a mean size of 107.05
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