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Old 2018-03-29, 05:06   #56
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deg 6 alpha's are often much higher than deg 5; 2 units higher isn't unusual. I saw an 11 on deg 6 before I ever saw 9 on deg 5.

The poly-request-thread folks have this c205 in mind, but we won't get to it immediately. We should be ready to attack it not long after ECM is complete, but post here when ECM is done to remind us!
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Old 2018-04-08, 02:08   #57
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Just a timestamp placeholder, ECM is completing at yoyo@Home and will soon be ready for poly selection. 22K @ 850e6 followed by 11K @ 2900e6. In case we forget and move on to more important numbers.
11,096 seems to be the final tally at 2900e6.
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Old 2018-11-06, 10:30   #58
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Any news about this?
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Old 2018-11-06, 15:09   #59
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We have a poly, but before queueing it to NFS@home we ought to find someone willing to solve the matrix. The sieving can be done on 15e, but it's a stretch and would likely make the matrix 10-20% harder to solve. If Greg accepts it for 16e queue, we may have an easier time finding a matrix-solving volunteer.

In the meantime, I've been hoping for C198-C202 to show up to try on 15e, to better see how bad an idea this C205 would be.
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Old 2018-11-07, 00:08   #60
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We have a poly, but before queueing it to NFS@home we ought to find someone willing to solve the matrix. The sieving can be done on 15e, but it's a stretch and would likely make the matrix 10-20% harder to solve. If Greg accepts it for 16e queue, we may have an easier time finding a matrix-solving volunteer.

In the meantime, I've been hoping for C198-C202 to show up to try on 15e, to better see how bad an idea this C205 would be.
I have a couple of C198 GNFS jobs, but I am sieving them locally (I have a few hundred cores available) with 16e rather than putting them on the grid with 15e, because the 15e yields are just so much lower. I think C205 at 15e would be extremely wasteful.

I would be willing to do the linear algebra for a 16e C205 job, I believe I can now handle up to 100M matrices in a season or so on my fastest machine.

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Old 2019-06-20, 08:35   #61
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Code:
Wed Jun 12 19:50:29 2019  p91 factor: 8278645201610958157448234047232635214787903159941790455197521424384313149180486330194242291
Wed Jun 12 19:50:29 2019  p114 factor: 568390065286867694336797871265135854189476738272398080804318608179579930817418299256374912126897247709298839448337
About a month on 14 threads i9-7940X for the linear algebra on a 47.33M matrix.

Many thanks to Greg for arranging the sieving; log attached and at https://pastebin.com/TmBSR7Hw
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Old 2019-06-21, 15:26   #62
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Is anyone running with this (c141)? I'm doing a few curves at 11e7 and then it will automatically move to CADO-NFS, unless someone else wants it...
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Old 2019-06-22, 16:49   #63
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I did some very light ECM on the c198, but some machine(s) in my ecmpi cluster wouldn't handle 11e7 curves...
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I have put one of my GTX1080 onto ECM for the C198 from step 2127; it will take about two days to run 1280 curves at B1=850M.
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Old 2019-08-02, 18:31   #65
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Is anyone still working this?
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Old 2019-09-27, 02:08   #66
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Should we send the remaining ECM work to yoyo?
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