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Old 2019-08-08, 16:17   #56
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Excellent! Perhaps someone previously in contact with frmky can ask if early Sept is acceptable to queue this number; we should be finished with poly select within a month.
I sent a note to frmky advising him of the situation, hoping he weighs in here.

My own paltry poly search continues for deg 5 using msieve-GPU though I am not expecting much. If time allows I will repeat with deg 6.

But folks have found some good scoring polys to date. Seems like we’ve just about fulfilled due diligence.

ETA: 2_2210M is almost finished with t65.

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Old 2019-08-08, 18:41   #57
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Frmky has agreed to queue 2,2330M whenever it is ready.
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Old 2019-08-13, 13:13   #58
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Frmky has agreed to queue 2,2330M whenever it is ready.
I therefore conclude that the forum has decided not to do the sieving?

You might want to start the polynomial search for 2,2210M.
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Old 2019-08-13, 15:57   #59
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Four more polys. I've stopped my search.
Code:
# norm 1.674226e-20 alpha -8.072686 e 1.173225e-15 rroots 5
skew: 101891959.23
c0: 2315630036778774050911929579621954891341525730992
c1: 55681718906232391065039234523833300730730
c2: -5161146082957962006968461011422009
c3: -89498220981275518875635318
c4: 601594926288661560
c5: 317116800
Y0: -14480734739285443058958659985014297929131
Y1: 92566325806153545443

# norm 1.588938e-20 alpha -7.873404 e 1.150077e-15 rroots 5
skew: 212923665.09
c0: 47677142910640159691512169242613629627659185516952
c1: 465226356004773789555461934044824523649090
c2: -6794915420411426189383543643580943
c3: -28084360023044077506890398
c4: 196184074537047708
c5: 221621400
Y0: -19379223004292443914320463588901215859109
Y1: 184952727599706472387

# norm 1.545741e-20 alpha -7.137015 e 1.148718e-15 rroots 1
skew: 60607093.65
c0: -304724110633020760789647110899880130734704461198
c1: 27458678909223566530824155373762710905957
c2: -139671188496347837186896129341328
c3: -26518961297835601717392777
c4: -158702609671056054
c5: 2053331280
Y0: -14261752443186380870439930830506823135040
Y1: 42816970379448154403

# norm 1.518759e-20 alpha -7.976556 e 1.127183e-15 rroots 3
skew: 45484873.98
c0: -2971364861305501690651162049478980501904001380
c1: -16615791542898059252688384783756789467793
c2: -1131605374411343971526416600102234
c3: -57062119301988850434179461
c4: 907077477120608840
c5: 6116510400
Y0: -14586117362030611514226174422148921395201
Y1: 88354396380286079473
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Old 2019-08-13, 16:48   #60
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I therefore conclude that the forum has decided not to do the sieving?

You might want to start the polynomial search for 2,2210M.
Yes, this job will be sieved by NFS@Home. We are just finishing up the poly search now.

2,2210M is finishing up ECM then the poly search begins in earnest.
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Old 2019-08-18, 21:30   #61
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Four more polys. I've stopped my search.
Code:
# norm 1.674226e-20 alpha -8.072686 e 1.173225e-15 rroots 5
skew: 101891959.23
c0: 2315630036778774050911929579621954891341525730992
c1: 55681718906232391065039234523833300730730
c2: -5161146082957962006968461011422009
c3: -89498220981275518875635318
c4: 601594926288661560
c5: 317116800
Y0: -14480734739285443058958659985014297929131
Y1: 92566325806153545443
This one spins up:
Code:
Y0: -28961469478570719959140906105066840582630
Y1: 92566325806153545443
c0: 9445533148071673379778086273726321999348087566848
c1: 92405597357112380495238265590709071313716
c2: -5399213363634740995545029971716617
c3: -43667955927695773325644219
c4: 150754501738917390
c5: 39639600
skew: 204525474.24619
# size 1.383e-20, alpha -8.073, combined = 1.181e-15 rroots = 5
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Old 2019-08-18, 21:56   #62
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Four more polys. I've stopped my search.
Code:
# norm 1.518759e-20 alpha -7.976556 e 1.127183e-15 rroots 3
skew: 45484873.98
c0: -2971364861305501690651162049478980501904001380
c1: -16615791542898059252688384783756789467793
c2: -1131605374411343971526416600102234
c3: -57062119301988850434179461
c4: 907077477120608840
c5: 6116510400
Y0: -14586117362030611514226174422148921395201
Y1: 88354396380286079473
This one also spins up, the other two don't:
Code:
Y0: -7293058681015305330140466703341981644328
Y1: 88354396380286079473
c0: -783015560963221638340168550705201897407565875
c1: -8318840731204000674185243002697383521594
c2: -1133259382112531187771894833159929
c3: -114054091946309821400050122
c4: 3629492229942755360
c5: 48932083200
skew: 22721051.49406
# size 1.281e-20, alpha -8.034, combined = 1.134e-15 rroots = 3
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Old 2019-08-29, 06:44   #63
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I hope to get started on test-sieving this weekend. If anyone would like to help, here are some tasks needed:

1. List the top 10 poly scores in this thread for deg 5 (or any within 0.1 of the best score)
2. List the top couple of deg 6 polys (I think there are not many within 0.15 of the best score)
3. Remind me what Greg's preferred NFS@home 16e/f parameters are, so I test-sieve using parameters close to what will actually be used.
4. Is the 16e queue actually 16f? I ought to test-sieve with the correct siever!

I plan to test just a few Q-ranges among all the polys to rule out slow ones, and then more ranges (and longer ranges) among the top few.
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Old 2019-08-29, 22:15   #64
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In answer to Q1 and Q2, here is a list I had on all the polys. Sorry about the columns. Post # refer to this thread - if polys were posted elsewhere I did not catch them.

Max tried to spin all high scores, but some could not be improved and are listed as “none” in the spin column.

Suggest this list be culled further, especially deg 5 but that’s the tester’s call.



User e-score post # deg spin?

VBCurtis 1.398E-15 47 6 yes
Max 1.346E-15 47 6 yes
Max 1.344E-15 47 6 yes
VBCurtis 1.313E-15 45 6 yes



vebis 1.188E-15 23 5 yes
Gimarel 1.181E-15 61 5 yes
vebis 1.178E-15 26 5 yes
Gimarel 1.176E-15 42 5 yes
Gimarel 1.167E-15 43 5 none
Gimarel 1.150E-15 59 5 none
Gimarel 1.149E-15 59 5 none
Gimarel 1.134E-15 62 5 yes
Gimarel 1.130E-15 48 5 none
vebis 1.119E-15 27 5 yes
Gimarel 1.105E-15 49 5 none
Gimarel 1.099E-15 32 5 none
vebis 1.096E-15 24 5 yes
Gimarel 1.094E-15 30 5 none
Gimarel 1.094E-15 36 5 none
Gimarel 1.091E-15 36 5 none


I’ve written Greg a note for answers to Q3 and Q4.

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Old 2019-08-30, 01:31   #65
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Thank you for doing all the dirty work, sir.
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Old 2019-08-30, 06:35   #66
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Q4. Yes, it’s lasieve5f application, 16e Lattice Sieve V5 on the project status. I can attach the windows binary used there not the Linux one.
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