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 2022-11-23, 22:23 #2322 swellman     Jun 2012 2·5·17·23 Posts I’ve asked Ed to see if he can improve Gimarel’s polynomial, primarily the very high skew. I sieved at a couple of Q values and tbh the results were a bit disappointing presumably due to the skew. But maybe Ed can improve things. Regardless, I’ll test sieve Gimarel’s poly once Ed finishes and reports the results. Regarding the apparent pileup on 16e_small, we got we asked for: a locally managed big siever. Now we just have to manage it. Personally I don’t care if it takes 6 months or more to get results on “my jobs” but others may feel differently. I too have some upcoming jobs for 16e_small but that’s a discussion for another thread.
2022-11-23, 22:59   #2323
wombatman
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May 2013

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by swellman I’ve asked Ed to see if he can improve Gimarel’s polynomial, primarily the very high skew. I sieved at a couple of Q values and tbh the results were a bit disappointing presumably due to the skew. But maybe Ed can improve things. Regardless, I’ll test sieve Gimarel’s poly once Ed finishes and reports the results. Regarding the apparent pileup on 16e_small, we got we asked for: a locally managed big siever. Now we just have to manage it. Personally I don’t care if it takes 6 months or more to get results on “my jobs” but others may feel differently. I too have some upcoming jobs for 16e_small but that’s a discussion for another thread.
I'd just be happy to get mine on one of the BOINC servers at some point. Not a huge rush, especially since it's been like 3-4 years already

2022-11-23, 23:04   #2324
chalsall
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"Chris Halsall"
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by wombatman I'd just be happy to get mine on one of the BOINC servers at some point. Not a huge rush, especially since it's been like 3-4 years already
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 2022-11-24, 01:31 #2325 EdH     "Ed Hall" Dec 2009 Adirondack Mtns 23×677 Posts I PM'd this, but I'll post it here, too: Code: Y0: -14957978187258655870240901459296034093884 Y1: 42565897073891884679269 c0: 37746391217112409300976615136297394616548855491015 c1: 788002616915912609544957767030183328658919 c2: 7188372473469131426824096732089934 c3: -18309757962824193913492816 c4: -31525701669955896 c5: 10810800 skew: 402453809.304 # lognorm 65.65, E 57.26, alpha -8.39 (proj -3.15), 3 real roots # MurphyE(Bf=1.000e+07,Bg=5.000e+06,area=1.000e+16)=1.551e-15 Best poly cownoise values: 562404130.06456 1.56250988e-15 The skew is only slightly less than the original and cownoise jacks it up quite a bit.
2022-11-24, 02:43   #2326
swellman

Jun 2012

2·5·17·23 Posts

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 Originally Posted by EdH I PM'd this, but I'll post it here, too: Code: Y0: -14957978187258655870240901459296034093884 Y1: 42565897073891884679269 c0: 37746391217112409300976615136297394616548855491015 c1: 788002616915912609544957767030183328658919 c2: 7188372473469131426824096732089934 c3: -18309757962824193913492816 c4: -31525701669955896 c5: 10810800 skew: 402453809.304 # lognorm 65.65, E 57.26, alpha -8.39 (proj -3.15), 3 real roots # MurphyE(Bf=1.000e+07,Bg=5.000e+06,area=1.000e+16)=1.551e-15 Best poly cownoise values: 562404130.06456 1.56250988e-15 The skew is only slightly less than the original and cownoise jacks it up quite a bit.
Thanks Ed. I’ll test sieve both Gimarel’s original and this spun version. The spun poly with the lower skew by a good amount (and yes thereby depressing the resulting escore) may boost yield if history is any guide.

 2022-11-26, 02:40 #2327 swellman     Jun 2012 2×5×17×23 Posts I test sieved both Gimarel's record polynomial (post #2317) as well as EdH's spun up version (post #2325 with skew of 402453809.304) with a slightly lower e-score. They are basically identical in terms of yield and speed. Both are superior to any and all previous polynomials, be they deg 5 or 6. Code:  deg 5 - Gimarel deg 5 - spun MQ Norm_yield speed (sec/rel) Norm_yield speed (sec/rel) 65 4431 0.698 3960 0.710 100 3597 0.765 3598 0.781 150 3509 0.768 3509 0.758 200 3189 0.827 3195 0.827 250 3071 0.843 3073 0.850 300 2986 0.855 2986 0.865 350 2859 0.886 2859 0.901 400 2854 0.877 2849 0.884 500 2565 0.964 2570 0.964 600 2414 1.009 2423 1.009 700 2272 1.064 2298 1.070 spec_Q range 65-685M 65-685M I say go with Gimarel's original poly. BTW, I updated the record degree 5 poly for a c208 with Gimarel's recent find.
 2022-11-26, 02:56 #2328 VBCurtis     "Curtis" Feb 2005 Riverside, CA 22×33×53 Posts Looking at post #2315 for test-sieve params, I think you'll find better results with the smaller lim on the 3LP side: switch the 190M and 260M. If you like, I can explore this myself. Is there interest in team-sieving e.g. 60-100M on CADO, to maximize the benefit CADO provides sieving below lim? Doing so would likely save 60-70MQ off the f-small queue, like 100-600M might be enough. I can offer my trusty old dual-10-core ivy bridge xeon as host; it can also do the matrix if Greg doesn't have available GPU time.
 2022-11-26, 03:18 #2329 EdH     "Ed Hall" Dec 2009 Adirondack Mtns 152816 Posts I can offer some clients for a team sieve and I wouldn't mind trying to run the matrix with my GPU to see if I could, if frmky would prefer not to. My GPU is probably a bit slow, but it does have 24GB and it's faster than my 40 thread Xeons.
2022-11-26, 11:19   #2330
swellman

Jun 2012

2·5·17·23 Posts

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 Originally Posted by VBCurtis Looking at post #2315 for test-sieve params, I think you'll find better results with the smaller lim on the 3LP side: switch the 190M and 260M. If you like, I can explore this myself.
Please take it. Anything that can squeeze a bit more yield out of the polynomial is welcome.

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 Is there interest in team-sieving e.g. 60-100M on CADO, to maximize the benefit CADO provides sieving below lim? Doing so would likely save 60-70MQ off the f-small queue, like 100-600M might be enough. I can offer my trusty old dual-10-core ivy bridge xeon as host; it can also do the matrix if Greg doesn't have available GPU time.
Yes. I will point cores at this effort.

 2022-11-26, 20:54 #2331 VBCurtis     "Curtis" Feb 2005 Riverside, CA 22×33×53 Posts Pretty sure the matrix won't fit in 24GB; for reference, the C207 we team-sieved in 2019 had a 72M matrix. This is why Greg should have first crack at it! The three of us are enough to commit to 40MQ, and a fourth will likely chip in anyway. Something like 3-4 weeks should do it. I'll do some testing this week, 34/34 against 34/35 as well as reversing the lims and a little mfb testing.
2022-11-26, 21:45   #2332
swellman

Jun 2012

2×5×17×23 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by VBCurtis Pretty sure the matrix won't fit in 24GB; for reference, the C207 we team-sieved in 2019 had a 72M matrix. This is why Greg should have first crack at it! The three of us are enough to commit to 40MQ, and a fourth will likely chip in anyway. Something like 3-4 weeks should do it. I'll do some testing this week, 34/34 against 34/35 as well as reversing the lims and a little mfb testing.
Sounds good. Just let us know when and where.

Confess I may need a bit of hand holding on getting linked into someone’s machine but I’ll see if I can dig up my notes.

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