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Old 2017-10-12, 13:24   #2179
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Default C161_3613045528091_17 (14e)

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Reserving C161_3613045528091_17, thanks.
C161_3613045528091_17 is factored.
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Thu Oct 12 13:15:21 2017  p70 factor: 6973758502234253884181929362856224995385676641649925515421567582226967
Thu Oct 12 13:15:21 2017  p91 factor: 2615526656926701787299805440932520462192513375052362998296857110075036721543122390667728507
LA on the 4.84e6 matrix took 2.4h using 4x Dual Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4 (target density = 128).
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Old 2017-10-12, 13:48   #2180
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YuL: you have some pretty impressive compute resource there! Would you be able to run for ~100 wall-clock hours to deal with Lucas(1321) ?

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Old 2017-10-12, 13:53   #2181
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Default C224_148_86 factors

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prp89 factor: 36004488451441119651214513502118979442636734789885920973089090859209192780295366731792917
prp136 factor: 1267270686372475929419863116308088251546931487306166069492255355460668707763455774860254500940743946722371347667053477745796394829918369
349M unique 32LP relations produced an 18.3M matrix at TD 134.

log at https://pastebin.com/QzrLFYLq

c226_143_57 is 30% complete, about two more weeks.
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Old 2017-10-12, 13:56   #2182
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YuL: you have some pretty impressive compute resource there! Would you be able to run for ~100 wall-clock hours to deal with Lucas(1321) ?
Amazon EC2, 100 hours of 4x r4.16xlarge would cost me ~480$ :-).

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Old 2017-10-12, 14:43   #2183
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Reserving C192_249541_41 please.
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Old 2017-10-12, 15:48   #2184
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Amazon EC2, 100 hours of 4x r4.16xlarge would cost me ~480$ :-).
Ah! Definitely not asking you to do that, then :)
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Old 2017-10-13, 18:51   #2185
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Taking C227_140_61 next.
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Old 2017-10-13, 20:20   #2186
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Default C225_140_138 factored

About 354 hours (power outage) to solve 19.7M matrix using -t 4, w/ TD=144.
Code:
p81 factor: 204743040471511957974607832522577158823452984876200257817529201941362845184315697
p145 factor: 2647406304735019701172167099689199866467319081702657342977655939289431878262715543870119797539665236347622085873613993044340283536212695425604817
https://pastebin.com/ULCw6fWK

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Old 2017-10-13, 21:19   #2187
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Default C191_22926121_31 factored

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Reserving C191_22926121_31 please.
Finished quicker than I expected.

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p93 factor: 914270024491921792401085778556927231150530617854161585172963998054586105241044056026056902827
p98 factor: 23790037067171663886838174425797681923684271024161057724917436107609767438289181684247267006610009
118.7 hours on 2 threads Core i3-2310M with 4 GB memory for a 6.6M matrix at TD = 130. This matrix just fit in 4GB with 98% memory usage. Log attached and condensed version (entire log too big for Pastebin) at https://pastebin.com/mYM26G1N

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Old 2017-10-15, 12:29   #2188
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I'm post-processing C213_142_112 with 449159757 relations (I started it with a few relations still pending to be reported to NFS@Home). At first I tried a target_density of 120 (a standard value for me), but it failed to enter the LA step. So I tried it again without specifying a target_density and it has begun LA on 29.7 million dimensions.

Only thing is that it's estimating about 30 days on my i5-4670K to complete linear algebra. Is this to be expected, or is there something I should do to speed it up? I don't have a problem letting it run, just want to know I'm not wasting my time. I don't think I've done a job this big before.

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Old 2017-10-15, 17:39   #2189
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I'm post-processing C213_142_112 with 449159757 relations (I started it with a few relations still pending to be reported to NFS@Home). At first I tried a target_density of 120 (a standard value for me), but it failed to enter the LA step. So I tried it again without specifying a target_density and it has begun LA on 29.7 million dimensions.

Only thing is that it's estimating about 30 days on my i5-4670K to complete linear algebra. Is this to be expected, or is there something I should do to speed it up? I don't have a problem letting it run, just want to know I'm not wasting my time. I don't think I've done a job this big before.

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If not specified, the default target_density (TD) used by msieve is 70. You may want to restart msieve with a TD=116, then 112, etc until msieve successfully enters LA. Or drop TD in increments of 10. It’s up to you but it should be a bit faster than TD=70.

That said, a SNFS 263 is never going to be a one week job on a single machine. Good luck!
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