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Old 2017-07-20, 00:48   #1
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Default What maximum DLP bit-prime size can CADO-NFS-DLP solve?

Hi everyone! I would like to know what maximum DLP bit-prime size can CADO-NFS-DLP solve? (Assuming 1-4 processors)

I am sorry if I asked a question that is not coherent, because I am new to factoring and parallel programming in general.
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Old 2017-07-20, 05:05   #2
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I am trying to run CADO-NFS on my dual core PC.
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Old 2017-07-20, 17:44   #3
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You are limited by how much time you wish to spend, and perhaps if that bound is very generous then you are limited by quantity of memory. If two months sounds too long for a single project run, 4gb will be enough for anything you wish to do with cado.
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