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Old 2008-09-25, 06:41   #1
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I am nominally taking the range starting at 332,192,831 (the first 100M digit number) up to 333,999,999.

Most is already at 2^61 already. I will take the early ones up to at least 66. I will also bring the earliest to 68.

I'll be doing it in fits and spurts, using the v5 server to report , gather work, and get it assigned.

Fellow workers are welcome. If we get a few upto ^74, so that they will be ready for P-1, that would be great.
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I am nominally taking the range starting at 332,192,831 (the first 100M digit number) up to 333,999,999.

Most is already at 2^61 already. I will take the early ones up to at least 66. I will also bring the earliest to 68.

I'll be doing it in fits and spurts, using the v5 server to report , gather work, and get it assigned.

Fellow workers are welcome. If we get a few upto ^74, so that they will be ready for P-1, that would be great.
I'd suggest a sticky thread with some indications on "how to" start, and a couple lines to describe the project as Uncwilly did.

I will "manually" join s soon as I complete my small GNFS work.

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Just curious...isn't the 100 Million Digits Prefactor Project already doing this range? Or is that project officially dead by now?

Edit: Never mind, I just saw the message about this in the 100 Million Digit Prefactor Project thread. Silly me for posting before I looked.

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Just curious...isn't the 100 Million Digits Prefactor Project already doing this range? Or is that project officially dead by now?

Edit: Never mind, I just saw the message about this in the 100 Million Digit Prefactor Project thread. Silly me for posting before I looked.
Old 100Mdpp: I'll try to get into the old yahoo site and kill it or point to this thread.



Anonymous, if you are the one grabbing up the ones for LL that I took to 64 or better, are you doing any TF on them? George indicated that they should go to 74, then P-1, then to 76.

After doing some intial broad work to get at least the first 100 or so (that have no factors found) to 66, I'll set one work thread to bring the early ones up to 68, then to 69, then 70 (I'll stop at the level where it takes ~24 hrs to TF one expo one bit level). The other worker thread will be doing runs to 66 down the range.
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Old 100Mdpp: I'll try to get into the old yahoo site and kill it or point to this thread.



Anonymous, if you are the one grabbing up the ones for LL that I took to 64 or better, are you doing any TF on them? George indicated that they should go to 74, then P-1, then to 76.

After doing some intial broad work to get at least the first 100 or so (that have no factors found) to 66, I'll set one work thread to bring the early ones up to 68, then to 69, then 70 (I'll stop at the level where it takes ~24 hrs to TF one expo one bit level). The other worker thread will be doing runs to 66 down the range.
No, I haven't done any exponents whatsoever in that range. I think the mysterious "Anonymous" user who's doing those is some kind of default no-name user on PrimeNet v5, or something like that.

For future reference, my PrimeNet ID (v4 and v5) is "mdettweiler"--not "Anonymous". In fact, I probably would have changed my forum name to something different by now if only it was possible. Hmm...I was just thinking, can Xyzzy change forum login names? If so, I might be interested...

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For future reference, my PrimeNet ID (v4 and v5) is "mdettweiler"--not "Anonymous". In fact, I probably would have changed my forum name to something different by now if only it was possible. Hmm...I was just thinking, can Xyzzy change forum login names? If so, I might be interested...
Mister uberpower can. He changed somebody's a while back. It breaks all the quotes, etc.

Becareful what you wish for...............


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Mister uberpower can. He changed somebody's a while back. It breaks all the quotes, etc.

Becareful what you wish for...............

Oh my. LOL--funny, indeed. I've sent a PM to Xyzzy requesting that it be changed slightly so as to avoid confusion at the two prime-search projects which I assistant-administer.
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After doing some intial broad work to get at least the first 100 or so (that have no factors found) to 66, I'll set one work thread to bring the early ones up to 68, then to 69, then 70 (I'll stop at the level where it takes ~24 hrs to TF one expo one bit level). The other worker thread will be doing runs to 66 down the range.
All 100 are to 66. The first 20, (except those assigned to others are to 74). The first 55 are assigned or up to 70. (Hopefully data will come in on those soon.)

Before I reload my comp. I will check back in with the v5 server.
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I will avoid being like starqwest .

Here is a progress status report
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Date					10/10/2008
Average bit depth for first 100 expos	69.88
Average bit depth for first 1000 expos	64.928
100th active expo (no factor found)	332197631
1000th active expo (no factor found)	332237557
Unitless total effort number		267040
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[Oct 13 12:00] Trial factoring of M332194417 to 2^70 is 70.40% complete.
[Oct 13 12:10] M332194417 has a factor: 1166327369238839882369

This expo was assigned as LL to someone else. I just got a factor. Hopefully they can get called off.

Any of the expos assigned to LL, if no TF effort is being reported to the v5 server, I will take them to 2^70, then 2^71, and maybe once I get far enough up to 2^72. I am trying to get all at least 100 expos to 2^72 with no factors found. I will continue working this range and working the first 1000 to 2^68 (then higher), then start bringing the first 5000 up to 2^65 (then higher).

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[Oct 13 12:00] Trial factoring of M332194417 to 2^70 is 70.40% complete.
[Oct 13 12:10] M332194417 has a factor: 1166327369238839882369

This expo was assigned as LL to someone else. I just got a factor. Hopefully they can get called off.
Picked off another.
[Oct 16 11:12] Trial factoring of M332194901 to 2^70 is 49.78% complete. Time: 781.652 sec.
[Oct 16 11:23] M332194901 has a factor: 1048513725453002816831
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