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Old 2009-05-19, 06:33   #1
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Default Team sieve #5: c140 from 4788:2407

Poly search will be done by a bunch of us

Post-processing will be done by mdettweiler

Use siever 14e.

Poly:
Code:
n: 13836612764124890454366508638788564254681252836498158281124374444397167952135394291683848960347655209553190185423155030504182645467145629829
skew: 65504.90
# norm 4.25e+018
c5: 5110440
c4: -2015666654052
c3: -123256925954530580
c2: 7316007665130621630197
c1: 157885782306382310813742756
c0: -2642670302390990514291931642179
# alpha -5.16
Y1: 8143137885310637
Y0: -306559803229257659829994102
# Murphy_E 2.21e-011
# M 1131462681557090191516178468101619467747268498230337768919272049644632368355846162170563671034786454578645978235308591438517484518589034785
type: gnfs
rlim: 16000000
alim: 16000000
lpbr: 28
lpba: 28
mfbr: 56
mfba: 56
rlambda: 2.5
alambda: 2.5

As always, please check downthread for reservations not transferred up here (yet).

Reservations:
Code:
  Range           Who
* 7.0M- 8.0M    smh     (done, 3228148 rels)
* 8.0M- 8.5M    jrk     (done, 1613356 rels)
* 8.5M- 9.5M    henryzz (done, 3235330 rels)
* 9.5M-11.0M    smh     (done, 4808145 rels)
*11.0M-11.2M    Andi47  (done,  650997 rels)
*11.2M-11.6M    Andi47  (done, 1298973 rels)
*11.6M-12.5M    smh      (done, 2929883 rels)
*12.5M-12.8M    Andi47   (done,  971323 rels)
*12.8M-13.2M    jrk      (done, 1288594 rels)
*13.2M-13.4M    Andi47   (done,  641294 rels)
*13.4M-13.7M    smh      (done,  956299 rels)

*16.0M-19.0M    schickel (done, 6489935 rels)
*19.0M-19.6M    schickel (done, 1833792 rels)
Total rels received: 29946070, 120% of ~25M unique realtions

Last fiddled with by schickel on 2009-05-27 at 07:05 Reason: Getting started
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Old 2009-05-19, 06:44   #2
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Default Upload instructions for your relations

Here are instructions for uploading:
Quote:
Originally Posted by mdettweiler
In other news: I am pleased to announce that we now have a working FTP server set up for relations uploads! Instructions as follows will show how to use it with the built-in "ftp" command line program that comes with all Windows and Linux systems; feel free to adapt them as necessary for use with other FTP programs.

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-Open a command prompt/terminal window and type the following command:
ftp nplb-gb1.no-ip.org

-ftp will ask for a username. Type "aliquot" (capitals as shown, no quotes) and press Enter.

-ftp will ask for a password. Type "aqupload-4788" (capitals as shown, no quotes) and press Enter.

-ftp will now output the following:
230 Login successful.
ftp>

-Type "cd c140-relations" and press Enter.

-Type "binary" and press Enter.

-Now type the following command:
put relations.gz
...replacing "relations.gz" with the name (and, if necessary, pathname) of the compressed relations file you're uploading. Tip: navigate to the directory your relations file(s) are in *before* starting the FTP command, so you don't have to type long and clumsy file paths in your "put" commands for each file you upload.

-Wait until the file's finished uploading. Depending on the size of the file, it may take a while; please note that ftp doesn't show any progress or status info until the upload has completed, so it can appear to be "frozen" if you haven't used ftp before.

-Verify that your file's made it to the server by typing the command "ls" and seeing if your file shows up in the directory listing that results. If you see, it, you're all set!

-Type "quit" and press Enter. Close the command prompt/terminal window.

Last fiddled with by schickel on 2009-05-19 at 07:11 Reason: Sucking the brains out and replacing.....
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Old 2009-05-19, 06:49   #3
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I'll run msieve with (pulling numbers from air) 815000 to 824999.
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Old 2009-05-19, 07:00   #4
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Quote:
Originally Posted by schickel View Post
I've been running a search with GGNFS, the leading coeff is currently up to 600k. The best poly is on another PC right now, but IIRC, the score is 1.96e-11, with a good score being 1.70e-11....
Just moving this down to re-use the second message....
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Old 2009-05-19, 08:03   #5
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Arrow GGNFS poly

Here is the best GGNFS poly after 6 hours. I plan on leaving this running overnight and seeing if anything better pops out.
Code:
n: 13836612764124890454366508638788564254681252836498158281124374444397167952135394291683848960347655209553190185423155030504182645467145629829
skew: 282243.94
# norm 2.79e+019
c5: 369000
c4: -214842278970
c3: 388450244291321899
c2: 5720804980689295976791
c1: -10777942786321584984145866059
c0: -27213880419061820130684752423445
# alpha -6.16
Y1: 474442660824319
Y0: -518562049804750340394462896
# Murphy_E 1.96e-011
# M 12047837264096187964210837577041371037394579402944760443016232983824136620169605692815210184149975972395026359963804253063454387940982610338
type: gnfs
rlim: 
alim:
lpbr: 
lpba: 
mfbr: 
mfba: 
rlambda: 
alambda: 
qintsize:
And my recollection was incorrect, the "good score" value was 1.60e-11

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Old 2009-05-19, 15:38   #6
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reserving 10k-11k for msieve poly selection
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Old 2009-05-19, 15:53   #7
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I believe in surprisingly small a5, so would like to reserve 1-10000
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Old 2009-05-19, 16:48   #8
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after running with "msieve -v -np 10000,11000 -m" i got:
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Tue May 19 16:35:06 2009  
Tue May 19 16:35:06 2009  
Tue May 19 16:35:06 2009  Msieve v. 1.41
Tue May 19 16:35:06 2009  random seeds: f047c348 6af34047
Tue May 19 16:35:06 2009  factoring 13836612764124890454366508638788564254681252836498158281124374444397167952135394291683848960347655209553190185423155030504182645467145629829 (140 digits)
Tue May 19 16:35:07 2009  searching for 15-digit factors
Tue May 19 16:35:09 2009  commencing number field sieve (140-digit input)
Tue May 19 16:35:09 2009  commencing number field sieve polynomial selection
Tue May 19 16:35:09 2009  time limit set to 58.35 hours
Tue May 19 16:35:09 2009  searching leading coefficients from 10000 to 11000
Tue May 19 17:34:14 2009  polynomial selection complete
Tue May 19 17:34:14 2009  warning: polynomial is corrupt
Tue May 19 17:34:14 2009  elapsed time 00:59:08
does this mean there is no polynomial that msieve can find with default params in that range?
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Old 2009-05-19, 17:18   #9
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As a test i ran 1 to 3000 in stages, but i also get
Code:
Tue May 19 11:47:02 2009  Msieve v. 1.41
Tue May 19 11:47:02 2009  random seeds: bf1d3018 fd77cfb7
Tue May 19 11:47:02 2009  factoring 13836612764124890454366508638788564254681252836498158281124374444397167952135394291683848960347655209553190185423155030504182645467145629829 (140 digits)
Tue May 19 11:47:03 2009  searching for 15-digit factors
Tue May 19 11:47:05 2009  commencing number field sieve (140-digit input)
Tue May 19 11:47:05 2009  warning: polynomial is corrupt
Tue May 19 11:47:05 2009  commencing number field sieve polynomial selection
Tue May 19 11:47:05 2009  time limit set to 58.35 hours
Tue May 19 11:47:05 2009  searching leading coefficients from 1000 to 3000
Tue May 19 13:44:40 2009  polynomial selection complete
Tue May 19 13:44:40 2009  warning: polynomial is corrupt
Tue May 19 13:44:40 2009  elapsed time 01:57:38
I started the GGNFS poly selection at -a 5000. Currently at 5140

The best i found so far:
Code:
n: 13836612764124890454366508638788564254681252836498158281124374444397167952135394291683848960347655209553190185423155030504182645467145629829
skew: 65504.90
# norm 4.25e+018
c5: 5110440
c4: -2015666654052
c3: -123256925954530580
c2: 7316007665130621630197
c1: 157885782306382310813742756
c0: -2642670302390990514291931642179
# alpha -5.16
Y1: 8143137885310637
Y0: -306559803229257659829994102
# Murphy_E 2.21e-011

Last fiddled with by smh on 2009-05-19 at 17:20
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Old 2009-05-19, 17:49   #10
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That is a good poly, smh.

My best was a 1.931727e-11.

edit: search ran for 9.5 hours.

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Old 2009-05-19, 17:56   #11
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Now I am searching 330000 to 334999 with msieve.
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