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Old 2019-09-21, 15:17   #45
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I just fried another GPU. Mostly from years of mfaktc. I gave them the summer off during the heat wave except for poly select. It was just enough to push it over the thermal limits I guess. I will have to time-share my remaining GPU with my other projects.

Is there an ETA for when the poly select server is going online? Perhaps someone else could host it thinking there won't be a large database associated with this phase.
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Old 2019-09-21, 15:49   #46
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I don't have an office yet at work; I expect that all to be resolved next week. It's possible I could be ready to host a poly select server roughly 1 Oct.
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Old 2019-09-24, 23:10   #47
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My best polys so far. I hope to get above 1e-15.

Code:
# norm 1.191764e-20 alpha -8.739251 e 9.542823e-16 rroots 5
skew: 290147042.90
c0: -135776935562388704990549019644794533664814428164000
c1: 5937379427987227585128437919182971104650500
c2: 5804073041546668110449407917351361
c3: -333095482498862424229058609
c4: -135588904276392300
c5: 683242560
Y0: -19784296655912504351830419322570633016087
Y1: 144157419788673482041
CADO improves this one:
Code:
Y0: -19784296655915061095536529202785252214903
Y1: 144157419788673482041
c0: -89538570139368926892054378827202288469339026705664
c1: 8744292274934539098550063753936913974672508
c2: 23233172794522625773214205820840825
c3: -321327192335556636995253809
c4: -196178089265525100
c5: 683242560
skew: 324458439.70763
# lognorm 67.77, E 58.86, alpha -8.91 (proj -2.77), 5 real roots
# MurphyE = 9.70597736e-16
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Old 2019-09-30, 11:35   #48
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Getting closer to my target.
Code:
# norm 1.249273e-20 alpha -8.131286 e 9.867108e-16 rroots 3
skew: 96765656.51
c0: -6550477416959067599467176809532399756087509534400
c1: 252085967604098579869322172871807209531115
c2: -1865154245477932682975653391422980
c3: -42991167929727768272789055
c4: 918101040566284672
c5: 2683961280
Y0: -17285675171411582397504491627973804395468
Y1: 213416879342632860047
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Old 2019-10-15, 13:31   #49
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Barely above 1e-15:
Code:
# norm 1.263182e-20 alpha -8.492625 e 1.000734e-15 rroots 5
skew: 120662945.24
c0: -3512508476745188976022896771917660332755170974790
c1: 997551879795485025985410700001530170302053
c2: 5434045988116703824905078248026020
c3: -206964153300867056718667822
c4: -382944703267994740
c5: 4110506400
Y0: -16597570944776009500538980813685094232365
Y1: 43137299058249864401
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Old 2019-10-26, 18:22   #50
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Barely above 1e-15:
Code:
# norm 1.263182e-20 alpha -8.492625 e 1.000734e-15 rroots 5
skew: 120662945.24
c0: -3512508476745188976022896771917660332755170974790
c1: 997551879795485025985410700001530170302053
c2: 5434045988116703824905078248026020
c3: -206964153300867056718667822
c4: -382944703267994740
c5: 4110506400
Y0: -16597570944776009500538980813685094232365
Y1: 43137299058249864401
The first poly (e 9.867108e-16) doesn't spin up, the second one does a little bit:
Code:
Y0: -33195141889552001541644403492261820939589
Y1: 43137299058249864401
c0: -13241650300181670296760561121510365403225849387110
c1: 1999451640848996161765487470746063460221333
c2: 5308301912943369975557108576571957
c3: -103636228367897845788623251
c4: -94696369272722185
c5: 513813300
skew: 241509964.38
# size 1.044e-20, alpha -8.493, combined = 1.007e-15 rroots = 5
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Old 2019-10-26, 20:51   #51
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The first poly (e 9.867108e-16) doesn't spin up, the second one does a little bit:
Code:
Y0: -33195141889552001541644403492261820939589
Y1: 43137299058249864401
c0: -13241650300181670296760561121510365403225849387110
c1: 1999451640848996161765487470746063460221333
c2: 5308301912943369975557108576571957
c3: -103636228367897845788623251
c4: -94696369272722185
c5: 513813300
skew: 241509964.38
# size 1.044e-20, alpha -8.493, combined = 1.007e-15 rroots = 5
It appears that Greg will do this via SNFS
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Old 2020-03-22, 22:09   #52
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Now sieving 2,2210M at NFS@Home.
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