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Old 2016-09-20, 11:05   #1
pinhodecarlos
 
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"Carlos Pinho"
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Greg,

Think it is time to update NFS@Home preferences here at this page:

https://escatter11.fullerton.edu/nfs...subset=project

As I've noticed in the past whilst running lasievee, sometimes it can use more than 1GB per thread (we sieve 32-bits/33-bits numbers), opposing to what it says on the description ''lasievee - work nearly always available, uses up to 0.5 GB memory: no''. Changes below in bold, what are your thoughts?

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lasieved - app for RSALS subproject, uses less than 0.5 GB memory: yes
lasievee - work nearly always available, uses up to 1.2 GB memory: no
lasievef - used for huge factorizations, uses up to 1.5 GB memory: no
lasieve5f - used for huge factorizations, uses up to 1.5 GB memory: no
Carlos

PS( This post follows someone posting at NFS forum complaining about the memory usage by the lasievee application which I completely agree).
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