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Batalov 2009-08-06 18:03

Taking for a ride 19278 and 12270, why not.

gd_barnes 2009-08-07 04:31

Releasing 19650.

gd_barnes 2009-08-08 23:30

Releasing 13350.

Greebley 2009-08-09 14:35

Retiring 233058 Its up to 127 digits and 2^2*3^2*7. I was going to take to 130 digits, but there are too many other things to do.

The c120 has had ecm recommended by aliqueit run on it without success and so would need gnfs. I wonder if there is a way to indicate this status in the db? I can see me retiring sequences in general when a large c fails ecm and stopping there. Could we make them a different color if they are known to fail ecm on the summary page?

axn 2009-08-09 14:44

[QUOTE=Greebley;184707]Retiring 233058 Its up to 127 digits and 2^2*3^2*7. I was going to take to 130 digits, but there are too many other things to do.

The c120 has had ecm recommended by aliqueit run on it without success and so would need gnfs. I wonder if there is a way to indicate this status in the db? I can see me retiring sequences in general when a large c fails ecm and stopping there. Could we make them a different color if they are known to fail ecm on the summary page?[/QUOTE]

You can submit the curves you've done using the "Report" feature.

dekcarki 2009-08-09 14:44

release 242382 at line 1272: C118 = 2^3 * 3 * 5 * 109 * C114

Greebley 2009-08-09 15:25

[quote=axn;184709]You can submit the curves you've done using the "Report" feature.[/quote]

Problem is that I ran aliqueit and don't actually know them. I was also thinking that seeing it on the reserved page tells one right away they need to gnfs a c120.

I suppose I could run the sequence and see what the defaults are for the ecm.
Edit: Actually that won't work because I think I changed them. I should have done it when I still had the log I guess.

axn 2009-08-09 16:14

[QUOTE=Greebley;184715]Problem is that I ran aliqueit and don't actually know them. I was also thinking that seeing it on the reserved page tells one right away they need to gnfs a c120.

I suppose I could run the sequence and see what the defaults are for the ecm.
Edit: Actually that won't work because I think I changed them. I should have done it when I still had the log I guess.[/QUOTE]

Just submit a "reasonable" made up number. Say 2000 curves at 3e6?

smh 2009-08-09 16:45

[QUOTE=Greebley;184715]Problem is that I ran aliqueit and don't actually know them.[/QUOTE] That information is in Aliqueit.log. You can also check aliqueit_ecm_temp.log for the B2 of the last ecm run.

kar_bon 2009-08-09 17:14

[QUOTE=Greebley;184707]I wonder if there is a way to indicate this status in the db? I can see me retiring sequences in general when a large c fails ecm and stopping there. Could we make them a different color if they are known to fail ecm on the summary page?[/QUOTE]

i could do that with a color of the Cxxx-entry of such seq, (just have a look at the summary right now, here pink).

but there're reasons why not to do so:
- updating is more timeconsuming, i have to check the db with this Cxx
- if there is nothing in the db (like yours now) i need the info
- when i'm unreserving a seq, the last Cxx i've tested with aliqueit upto the limit of all suggested ECM, so only ggnfs is needed with aliqueit -> perhaps this should be standard!

so: unreserve a seq with say 120 digits height but not with a C79 left!

Mini-Geek 2009-08-09 18:35

I don't think we need to bother Karsten with listing that as well as everything else, especially when it's so easy to look if you're considering running the sequence.

If you used all default settings, aliqueit.exe would run, for a c120, (curves@B1) 74@11000, 214@50000, 430@250000, 904@1000000, and 1222@3000000 (2350*2.6/5=1222).


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