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Old 2021-05-26, 17:09   #463
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Ok, give me a range. Nice if you have a list, but if not, I will grab the bitlevels from PrimeNet myself. Or... is it ok if I try raising 31.9 to 75? It seems untouched for 30 days.
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Old 2021-05-26, 17:25   #464
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Ok, give me a range. Nice if you have a list, but if not, I will grab the bitlevels from PrimeNet myself. Or... is it ok if I try raising 31.9 to 75? It seems untouched for 30 days.
If you want to do TF that would be great.
I'm TFing in the 2x.xM ranges currently so the following are all up for grabs.

All of these ranges will eventually need TF75.
35.3
35.1
34.4
33.3
32.7
31.9
31.2
30.8
30.5

The first 3 may need a little bit of TF76 after I P-1 them harshly.
I plan to have P-1 done for these 3x.xM ranges by the end of the year.

If you ever feel like helping with P-1 let me know.

Thanks, Grasshopper
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Old 2021-05-26, 18:00   #465
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Raising a 31.9M to 75 takes 41 minutes on a V100 (colab) and 38 36 minutes on my local 2080Ti's (the "tits" are water cooled and a bit OC'd). So, if I get lucky, that would be about 12 days. Meantime I want to see how I can convince Chris to feed me with his 26-29M range, which I see available. If so, I will get rid of the "handwork", and I will switch to his feed instead. Let's see, hopefully we can find few factors, either way.

For P-1, what ranges do you have in mind, and what percents of chances, assuming I can find the hardware and mood? (Just asking)

Edit, ok, Chris "convinced", it seems it is as easy as going to your notebook access keys table and select "DC Already Done" in the second column, than 26M to 71 and 72 start coming. For the local, we will kick Misfit. We are set.

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Old 2021-05-26, 19:28   #466
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Raising a 31.9M to 75 takes 41 minutes on a V100 (colab) and 38 minutes on my local 2080Ti's (the "tits" are water cooled and a bit OC'd). So, if I get lucky, that would be about 12 days. Meantime I want to see how I can convince Chris to feed me with his 26-29M range, which I see available. If so, I will get rid of the "handwork", and I will switch to his feed instead. Let's see, hopefully we can find few factors, either way.

For P-1, what ranges do you have in mind, and what percents of chances, assuming I can find the hardware and mood? (Just asking)

Edit, ok, Chris "convinced", it seems it is as easy as going to your notebook access keys table and select "DC Already Done" in the second column, than 26M to 71 and 72 start coming. For the local, we will kick Misfit. We are set.
Thanks. I assume you are using the 2047 classes version of mfaktc?
Your choice whether you work on 31.9 or what Chris can feed you.

If you feel compelled to P1 I'm doing 4.5 to 5.2% (+3.2 to +3.8%) in the 3x.xM.
I'm using B1/B2 of 1M/30M to 1.5M/45M.
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Old 2021-05-26, 19:29   #467
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Edit, ok, Chris "convinced", it seems it is as easy as going to your notebook access keys table and select "DC Already Done" in the second column, than 26M to 71 and 72 start coming. For the local, we will kick Misfit. We are set.
You never do anything only a little bit, do you...

I see three machines using the GPU72 Colab API. Two without trickery; I'll have to drill down on how you injected the 31.9M to 75 work... And how to get the results to auto-submit without an AID...
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Old 2021-05-27, 02:02   #468
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You never do anything only a little bit, do you...

I see three machines using the GPU72 Colab API. Two without trickery; I'll have to drill down on how you injected the 31.9M to 75 work... And how to get the results to auto-submit without an AID...
No trickery. I added the 31.90M manually in the worktodo.txt in colab folder, for a test spin. The intention was to add all the 31.9xM little by little, so Gugu could do the work and report the results through you, and I get rid of the headache with reporting. But I quit doing that when I found out that the things not assigned through you (no assignment keys) are not sent out to PrimeNet. So, I switched to your feed and I stayed with your range**. The colab instance finishes the worktodo and reports the results to you, but they are stuck there. I didn't comment on it, because I thought you may have a reason for it. There are advantages and disadvantages both ways. If up to me, you should send all "text" coming to your lobby to PrimeNet without parsing it. It shouldn't be your problem what I send to the server through you (unless, of course, is child pornography ). Once I have seen that they are stuck, I gave up and queued them locally with Misfit (I mean, the 31.90M, i.e. the first 200 first), but it will take much longer for all the range, like about 30 days instead of 12, and I don't know if I will have the patience.

Latins use to say, "una hirundo non facit ver" (one swallow doesn't make a spring), to which I would add "modo duo?" (how abut two?).

swallow, swallow

(haha, no pun intended)

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(** the range you assign seems luckier than 31M, hehe, but the real reason is that 26.7M to 72 only takes under 7 minutes per assignment, so 6 of them can be done in the same time one 31.9 to 75 could be done, about)

Edit: the 31.9M results stuck in your lobby can be deleted. I reported them manually (copy/paste from your lobby to manual results page). But honestly, you should make the script to report all in the lobby to the server, without parsing keys. If somebody put scrap there, i.e. not TF results, and not prime-related, etc, there are other ways to deal with it (like block the account, ban the user, kick him in the nose, put a finger into his eye, etc).

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Old 2021-05-31, 08:37   #470
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Currently working in the 15M range, 69 -> 70 bits.
Should take a couple of weeks. If someone wants to do some work there, please start from 15.0 so as to avoid any toe stepping (I´m now crunching 15.5 and 15.6 sub ranges and will work my way down).
It would be a good thing that Primenet allowed us to reserve exponents for TF in these (say, below 20M or so) ranges.
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OK, Wayne. I was already started on the low end but I will stop and begin again from the high end.
Yves
It's all yours now...I've done all the P1 that is reasonable
Thanks again

By about mid-June I will have also completed all reasonable P1 for 48.4 and 49.6.
I am hoping to have both ranges down to 40 or less remaining.

The only options will then be TF ... hopefully to 76 bits will do it.
Or ECM or P+1 though neither are very efficient for exponents this high

Thanks all

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It's all yours now...I've done all the P1 that is reasonable
Thanks again

By about mid-June I will have also completed all reasonable P1 for 48.4 and 49.6.
I am hoping to have both ranges down to 40 or less remaining.

The only options will then be TF ... hopefully to 76 bits will do it.
Or ECM or P+1 though neither are very efficient for exponents this high

Thanks all
28 % of the 42.6 range (74->75 bits) done since 14/05. It should be completed about 20/07.
Until now, 5 factors found, 2030 unfactored remaining.
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Breaking it down I'm thinking if each 100M range has less than 2M unfactored we have the desired end result.
Similarly if each 10M range has less than 200K unfactored...
or each 1M range has less than 20K unfactored...
or each 100K range has less than 2,000 unfactored.
So, why to stop there?
James' site allows x.xxM ranges for smaller exponents (and only xx.x for larger expos).
So, following the idea, every x.xxM range (i.e. 10k) should have less than 200 unfactored expos.

Arriba, arriba, I went to the site, as deep as possible, until the green row became deep-pink row, then moved upward (or rightwards) arrow by arrow. The first outlier was 1.71M, with 201 unfactored, then on the second position came 1.89M with 200 unfactored, so the goal is to find two factors in the first bucket, and one in the second. We raised both ranges one or two bits with TF without luck, then, after a little help from the forum, started playing with P+1 on them ranges.

We are DONE with the second half of it.

We are still continuing P+1 with the first half.

Meantime, we also found like a lot of "swallows" (see above) in 26M range served by Chris, like over 30 factors, from which more than half with colab instances.

Related to your wish that we move to P-1, we may try to pursue Chris to serve us P-1 assignments for our colab instances (and we will take care of the colab side). Maybe that's a good idea, we get rid of the headache with reserving the work, adding it to colab, and reporting the results (right now, manually).
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