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Old 2019-06-09, 14:00   #34
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This took about twice the cpu time as my first deg-6 effort, 1.3M thread-sec.
Code:
n: 201916700580745604776027022665471186255107062245932082076863383752096343903385041484073267281054478199044604641397575671739630499971150912819790916215008125554106571022882316742647109864486081319721103021177161
skew: 849811.022
c0: 21757805721118667353671142452316995474714360
c1: -348993241922233130536114695037275156118
c2: 143324667004399632093591732935447
c3: 1613132633650172584396296034
c4: 414726649288990709461
c5: -913277698136448
c6: -45480960
Y0: -10929705349471402393357332245578524
Y1: 28973983601749131547873
# MurphyE (Bf=3.436e+10,Bg=3.436e+10,area=1.718e+16) = 2.43e-08
cownoise says skew 1055482.70416 score 1.16324214e-15
Edit to add: all my tries have been with P = 9e6.
Edit #2: My next try will be 210k to 1050k, incr = 420, nq = 46656. I won't start for a couple days, and it will take ~10 days to run.
After spin in msieve. It's lower but above 1e-15.
Code:
Y0: -5464852978151257474195571692115318
Y1: 28973983601749131547873
c0: -7278813289532893737844672884555291288578934
c1: 176445068142194290253341340586262828539
c2: -43143611814956193454559507891255
c3: -3148781495305447463117229636
c4: -2040263342865135942484
c5: 7260499030232064
c6: 727695360
skew: 536713.98
# size 2.812e-15, alpha -9.341, combined = 1.064e-15 rroots = 4
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Old 2019-06-13, 12:04   #35
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Nothing found worth reporting. Now reserving 21-22M.
I’ve finished searching 21-22M with no reportable results.
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Old 2019-06-18, 15:16   #36
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It seems, that I can't find polys above 1.09e-15.
Code:
# norm 1.480862e-20 alpha -8.687276 e 1.093566e-15 rroots 5
skew: 268671274.27
c0: -86731062881814356867531727921901738908398201190720
c1: 5091604100849622332922235375505995261853188
c2: 20467107027168983168604281615413147
c3: -135932750955624014800058585
c4: -279361202267990844
c5: 901380480
Y0: -15504751737457329357832911497802319346554
Y1: 48785233540989082619

# norm 1.466087e-20 alpha -8.922678 e 1.090899e-15 rroots 3
skew: 296757333.33
c0: 221305556002903170322409579080893827781853034856060
c1: -2233733625138605050309584898675023342753871
c2: -30073129060624731043525081328255662
c3: 124878953637764086345690299
c4: 285788399095287318
c5: 223423200
Y0: -17840819270441069963622218207093556172646
Y1: 434235527730114016649
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Old 2019-06-21, 19:25   #37
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Now searching for c5 from 29-30M using msieve GPU.
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Old 2019-06-25, 17:14   #38
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My next try will be 210k to 1050k, incr = 420, nq = 46656. I won't start for a couple days, and it will take ~10 days to run.
4.3M thread-seconds later:
Code:
n: 2019167005807456047760270226654711862551070622459320820768633837520963439033850414840732672810544781990446046$
skew: 646896.496
c0: -279567254431149509523770958289009390033170
c1: 25083343894490643237108315247666493509
c2: 768310355319881904792798032705966
c3: -412472666866271946113375269
c4: -1967356887803328785216
c5: 143279560013700
c6: -74178720
Y0: -8433804753284135081668111590062466
Y1: 6851718171937808451398387
# MurphyE (Bf=3.436e+10,Bg=3.436e+10,area=1.718e+16) = 2.57e-08
cownoise: skew 726799.19110 murphy-E 1.29348321e-15

Edit: Next attempt will be 1.05M to 11M with incr=4620, nq=46656

Edit2: deg 6 scores on the C207 had to be about 20% higher to get the same sieve performance as a deg 5; so this poly (before spin) may perform similar to the 1.05-1.1 deg 5 polys posted previously. This is *not* a sign to move all our search to deg 6! One hopes that if we keep finding 1.09's, Max will spin one to 1.20ish and that will sieve better than a 1.3x or low 1.4 deg 6.

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Old 2019-06-28, 01:50   #39
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3.9Megathreadseconds pass:
Code:
n: 2019167005807456047760270226654711862551070622459320820768633837520963439033850414840732672810544781990446046413975756717396304999711509128197909162150081255541065710228$
skew: 1978626.282
c0: -67099649020847517071718063977040322149214160
c1: -405395177732383477636411051561488679066
c2: -318115883936383226544178265024933
c3: 262115157317139500440001570
c4: -12429068846689584746
c5: 6799591787372
c6: 4402860
Y0: -5977564625917306585710641319793239
Y1: 20598621408885914689078117
# MurphyE (Bf=3.436e+10,Bg=3.436e+10,area=1.718e+16) = 2.67e-08
cownoise: skew 2139407.13605 Murphy-E 1.38866049e-15

This hit came from the best-scoring poly after size-opt.
I'm taking a break from this poly select for some time; hopefully we'll have another good deg 5 candidate or two, and Max will stop by to try some spin.
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Old 2019-06-28, 22:25   #40
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Now searching for c5 from 29-30M using msieve GPU.
Finished with nothing to report better than an 8-handle. Depressing.
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Old 2019-07-10, 10:55   #41
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One more 1.09e-15:
Code:
# norm 1.482284e-20 alpha -9.470881 e 1.093540e-15 rroots 5
skew: 449186621.00
c0: -462942930080788343976070130711066259697109847467500
c1: 12962368325346659984202762093194825233541495
c2: 104012110888360255702979837137192378
c3: -245265176945320869994712663
c4: -518809357650597366
c5: 278918640
Y0: -17066518645584496685757320976397872441762
Y1: 225845097024984303481
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Old 2019-07-12, 22:52   #42
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One more 1.09e-15:
Code:
# norm 1.482284e-20 alpha -9.470881 e 1.093540e-15 rroots 5
skew: 449186621.00
c0: -462942930080788343976070130711066259697109847467500
c1: 12962368325346659984202762093194825233541495
c2: 104012110888360255702979837137192378
c3: -245265176945320869994712663
c4: -518809357650597366
c5: 278918640
Y0: -17066518645584496685757320976397872441762
Y1: 225845097024984303481
This one spins up and we are finally above 1.1:
Code:
Y0: -17066518645568042105911307813686918494709
Y1: 225845097024984303481
c0: 62986099061578726454701640541501319184837445091200
c1: 5529620766824310116314774643915760050568324
c2: 34958518128849848500808923542132247
c3: -381656708442581915725573295
c4: -417202347073925766
c5: 278918640
skew: 327475731.55022
# lognorm 68.05, E 58.48, alpha -9.57 (proj -2.87), 5 real roots
# MurphyE = 1.17623458e-15
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Old 2019-07-17, 15:30   #43
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Finally above 1.1e-15 from me:
Code:
# norm 1.625270e-20 alpha -9.167452 e 1.164011e-15 rroots 5
skew: 418890792.84
c0: -201204675528709775432938235457561556247536319227512
c1: 14621272320487161605620308302283721237440008
c2: 3930017956472129731012478289254844
c3: -179015976665002197642518453
c4: -27540053772581682
c5: 424504080
Y0: -17016973612332285041011373268041341010319
Y1: 1584507884384828546887
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Old 2019-07-18, 21:36   #44
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Reserving c5 < 1M using msieveGPU.
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