20200612, 19:56  #34  
∂^{2}ω=0
Sep 2002
República de California
9834_{10} Posts 
Quote:
[0] 'Stage 0' is the classic fixedupperbound p1 stage 1 implemented using fast lefttoright [LR] binary modexp, which for a roughly equal mix of 0s and 1s in the smallprimespowers product runs in around 2/3 the time of the righttoleft [RL] variant of binary modexp which we turn to next. [1] The disadvantages to [0] is that the smallprimes product must be precomputed and should the ensuing GCD fail to find a factor, and subsequent stage 2 also fail to find a factor, we cannot "deepen" Stage 0 to a large primes bound using the LR modexp algorithm. Thus we introduce a 'Stage 1' based on an RL modexp, which can take a Stage 0 output residue and power it to any desired larger smallprimes bound, at a cost of ~1.5x per powering bit compared to Stage 0's LR modexp. If in fact George's 'Stage 0' and 'Stage 1' refer to something different, I would appeciate a description of that. Last fiddled with by ewmayer on 20200612 at 19:57 

20200612, 21:09  #35 
P90 years forever!
Aug 2002
Yeehaw, FL
7,159 Posts 

20200613, 01:32  #36 
Jun 2003
7·683 Posts 
Just an update.
Since switching to the new build, I've completed 60 P1 test without any factors found. About 5 factors are expected. Could be just luck of the draw, I guess. But, if I get to 100 without factors, I might have to QC them with previous version :( Probably I will run some with known factors first. 
20200614, 09:48  #37 
Jun 2003
4781_{10} Posts 
A run with the new version found 16 of 17 known factors, only missing 25766609245631959384399, which is a BS factor (different bounds between first and second run). So, everything looks fine. Just the luck of the draw, then.

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