20200510, 12:17  #1893  
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
110111011010_{2} Posts 
Quote:
I have noticed that both my earlier runs halted like you describe and I remember them doing so in the past and making the adjustments you describe to get them going again. However, this time I let the server sit and tried to do some studying of the situation, including looking for processes. I have discovered that it appears that the server will not proceed until all WUs that were assigned are completed. It waits for the timedout value and then, it assigns a WU2 to another worker. It then waits for that completion, repeatedly. I found that if I let the server just sit, it eventually comes back to life and continues on. I don't know how long that break is. (I really should have tried to find that in the log, I suppose  maybe next time.) I've had one sit at 102%. I will try to catch more of this run's activities and see if I can find out anything extra. 

20200510, 21:12  #1894 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2^{2}·13·89 Posts 
Thanks, Ed your tip worked, and I produced a poly from my search.
Score 5.753e14, so nothing interesting. Also, note that CADO and msieve have such different search algorithms that you shouldn't give a second thought to searching the same c5 values with the two programs. 
20200511, 02:57  #1895 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2×3^{2}×197 Posts 
c182
If I've done this correctly and am reading things right, I may be on to something:
Code:
n: 26521232090195873108384905824300492852413283081683568418163219479089273132380406501680155963531361683795706304607082425988301635509432877463621844114521741860720947862338201013214619 skew: 54201867.872 c0: 51582596120687700276112275388206350440245099 c1: 11294221610459987563412108443101422017 c2: 117600666539497199147834931355 c3: 6080337773255668538309 c4: 48364989484644 c5: 335160 Y0: 151232835222757496322930715437493282 Y1: 268058264803156563833119 # MurphyE (Bf=4.295e+09,Bg=2.147e+09,area=2.684e+14) = 8.660e08 # f(x) = 335160*x^5+48364989484644*x^46080337773255668538309*x^3117600666539497199147834931355*x^2+11294221610459987563412108443101422017*x+51582596120687700276112275388206350440245099 # g(x) = 268058264803156563833119*x151232835222757496322930715437493282 Code:
69686041.76774 8.07782503e14 
20200511, 03:25  #1896 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2^{2}·13·89 Posts 
That'll do, sir. That'll do.

20200511, 11:37  #1897 
Jun 2012
2946_{10} Posts 

20200511, 12:13  #1898 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2×3^{2}×197 Posts 
Thanks! I have mixed emotions  I don't feel I know what I'm doing, but am learning a little bit more. Thanks for inviting me to play.
The range was 1e42e6. I'm trying another run at 2e64e6, intending to include the machines that were helping with the 198 project, but oddly, many of them are crashing out and refuse to do polyselect. The WUs appear to be taking on extra charactersin their names and then can't be found. But, then again, one of the machines took on extra characters and it's running fine. 
20200511, 15:44  #1899 
Jun 2012
2×3×491 Posts 
C191_M61_k32 from the kosta project also needs a poly. I’ve been searching for some weeks using msieveGPU but it’s slow going.
Code:
27503817001021855161359142123867859536697596095777966914212896065652446437415997206851944428748759308483152015176751478208917632740831052389257949045686226159825984985356043711658640131389761 Threshold escore: 1.78e14 Objective escore: > 2.05e14 Record escore: 2.028e14 Last fiddled with by swellman on 20200511 at 16:23 
20200514, 17:04  #1900 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
6732_{8} Posts 
What would be the escore to trigger posting for the c191? Objective or threshold, perhaps?

20200514, 17:19  #1901  
Jun 2012
2·3·491 Posts 
C191
Quote:
Anything above threshold is certainly worthy of posting I would say. Maybe even > 1.6e14. 

20200514, 22:34  #1902 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2·3^{2}·197 Posts 
c191
Here's one above the threshold:
Code:
n: 27503817001021855161359142123867859536697596095777966914212896065652446437415997206851944428748759308483152015176751478208917632740831052389257949045686226159825984985356043711658640131389761 skew: 52655514.429 c0: 3894101020403634460611585358413752162507886840 c1: 264898911158239952216506666695139995566 c2: 8576295453521901136589935944553 c3: 78457552052343269630821 c4: 1224390234907308 c5: 14387760 Y0: 5205781762729277297467243067909327153 Y1: 1057936587640601961509 # MurphyE (Bf=8.590e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=5.469e+16) = 1.102e08 # f(x) = 14387760*x^5+1224390234907308*x^4+78457552052343269630821*x^38576295453521901136589935944553*x^2264898911158239952216506666695139995566*x+3894101020403634460611585358413752162507886840 # g(x) = 1057936587640601961509*x5205781762729277297467243067909327153 Code:
64598312.74029 1.92602657e14 
20200514, 22:56  #1903  
Jun 2012
2946_{10} Posts 
C191
Quote:
You’ve already beaten the best poly for a C192, so finding anything better going forward is gravy. 

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