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Old 2004-06-07, 22:42   #12
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26.1 to 26.3 will be finished tomorrow.

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Old 2004-06-10, 06:07   #13
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26-26.5M is finished to 62 bit and ready for primenet release, I've sent a PM to George.
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Old 2004-06-14, 07:01   #14
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According the new nofactor there are more than 700 exponents missing in the range 26.3-26.36M, see file added.
Please check that and resend them asap. I've also sent a PM, hope that George can wait one day longer.
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Old 2004-06-14, 10:39   #15
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I'll grab cleanup on the 2 exponents not in this range (26120047,26247211) and possibly add some from this range if we don't hear from ThomRuley today.

edit: I know this would be a pain, but if we don't hear from Thom today is there any chance of George adding 26.0-26.3 today and 26.3-26.5 in a couple days?

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Old 2004-06-14, 14:34   #16
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Go ahead and factor those exponents. Somehow in distributing the assignment among three computers, I managed to lose these exponents. Now it's a little late for my old computer to take them. Sorry about that.
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Old 2004-06-14, 15:24   #17
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ok folks - we can use some help if George will hold this off - any word of whether this is happening or not?

I'm grabbing the 73 up to 26,312,999 for my "fast" machine.
This is about 2 days worth.
I'll submit what I have done before I leave work each afternoon and when I get to work each morning (EDT).

I'll also split the 103 from 26,313,000 to 26,316,999 between 2 other machines - again about 2 days worth.

That leaves 560 exponents from 26,317,000 to 26,338,812 available for factoring.
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Old 2004-06-14, 15:32   #18
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I'kll take everything from 26,317,000 to 26,320,000. About 70 exponents.
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Old 2004-06-14, 16:23   #19
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It looks like George has just released the exponents. Using the archived data files, I estimate the exponents would have run out in a bit over 2 days from now, which seems far too soon to finish 700 exponents.
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Old 2004-06-14, 17:29   #20
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Quote:
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Go ahead and factor those exponents. Somehow in distributing the assignment among three computers, I managed to lose these exponents. Now it's a little late for my old computer to take them. Sorry about that.
I didn't expect that, since this about 50% of the range, but sh** happens
It's a pity, that the range was submitted on June 2, but nobody checked the status files from June 4 - bad timing.
(Usually I'm checking at least my own results in the nofactor file, but ... )
Anyway, does anybody know wether it makes sense to hand the missing range in later or not ?

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Old 2004-06-14, 18:11   #21
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Anyway, does anybody know wether it makes sense to hand the missing range in later or not ?
I don't think George wants to establish a precedent case here. B
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Old 2004-06-14, 18:53   #22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hbock
It's a pity, that the range was submitted on June 2, but nobody checked the status files from June 4 - bad timing.
If you look above in my 6/4 nofactor post it shows that they were 60, but Thom said he submitted to 62, so I put the submitted to 62 tag.

Oh well...

So are the ones in Primenet totally gone for us or can we still update?
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