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Old 2022-05-13, 14:28   #133
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I'm working in the 30K-40K range, but only doing unfactored exponents and only those with low P-1 bounds compared to the average in the range.
User "One Man" is working the 38K range, I will switch to 40K-50K, still only unfactored and those with low P-1 bounds.
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Old 2022-05-14, 06:05   #134
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Talking my first factor :D

this project got me my first factor found,
It was for M8252753
Factor was 220233218659100853406813713601 (97.4 bits)
Super happy :)
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Old 2022-05-14, 14:14   #135
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this project got me my first factor found,
It was for M8252753
Factor was 220233218659100853406813713601 (97.4 bits)
Super happy :)
Nice find! May it be the first of many.
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Old 2022-06-02, 05:50   #136
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I first collected all "worthy of deeper P-1" exponents early this year.
I re-collected the data today.
I'm looking at exponents < 20M.

Unfortunately I cannot say exactly how many exponents were adequately re-P1'd since then because my "worthy" determination method has gone through many, many variations.
But I'm going to guess it's in the 30-40,000 exponents.

I can say more accurately that 5,133 factors have been found;
but again I cannot easily say how many were found via P-1, ECM or TF.

Personally I cleared the 5.0M range; I processed 1,957 exponents and found exactly 100 P-1 factors.
I am almost finished 1.2M and am working on 0.2M; both should finish in June.

Based on my counts the following Million ranges are complete:
3.6M, 3.8M, 5.0M, 8.1M, 11.9M, 14.0M
Many more are close to complete but at the same time many ranges required nearly all exponents to be re-P1-d.

Again the "reservations" are recorded in Post #1.

Thanks all.

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Old 2022-06-02, 08:39   #137
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For now, I would like to free the 7.8M range and take 300k-325k. I might take up 7.8M at a later point again, but for now the reservation can be considered dropped.
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Old 2022-06-02, 19:24   #138
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Based on my counts the following Million ranges are complete:
3.6M, 3.8M, 5.0M, 8.1M, 11.9M, 14.0M
Many more are close to complete but at the same time many ranges required nearly all exponents to be re-P1-d.
I am trying to find 6 more factors in the 3.89M sub range to bring it under 200 un-factored and then I am done with 3.8M. Currently it is at 56 factors found so as long as 6 more are found, it will end with about 62 factors found.

4.0M is about 15% complete with 14 factors found.
4.2M is about 67% complete with 102 factors found.

I am probably going to shut down most of my computers for the summer so my progress will suffer for the next few months.
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Old 2022-06-03, 04:05   #139
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Default I'm going to try to complete all of 5M this year.

I've already completed 5.0M.
I've booked 5.1M and 5.2M.
If all goes as planned and if no one else wants a part of it I will continue all the way to 5.9M.
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Old 2022-06-03, 15:39   #140
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I forgot to mention that on the TF cleanup front all exponents above 39.2M are now at 73+ bits.
Effort continues to lower that bound.

Thanks
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Old 2022-06-06, 03:08   #141
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dropping both my reservations, haven't had much time recently to do factoring, apologies, will still pick away at em when I remember.
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Old 2022-06-09, 04:28   #142
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I noticed today that user harlee, who has 8.0 reserved, has made several P-1 reservations in 8.8 which is assigned to me. What's going on?
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Old 2022-06-11, 19:05   #143
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Please mark 3.8M as complete.

All 3.8M sub-ranges are now below 200 un-factored exponents with 7 factors found by TF and 57 factors found by Pminus1. There are still a lot of exponents that are B1=15M, B2=750M if someone else is interested in running through them some day but I am moving on to a different range.

Due to the summer weather, I am down to running three computers and might turn off one or two more to decrease the heat load on the AC. I am going to try to alternate one computer back and forth between 4.0M and 4.2M just to keep making some progress.

When the weather cools down, if no one has claimed any more of the 4M range, I will start working my way up from 4.0M and 4.2M to see how much of the 4M range I can complete.
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