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Batalov 2009-07-09 22:03

I'll play with 221472, 222558, 222834, 223000, 223632, 223692, 224508

mklasson 2009-07-09 22:13

229224, 229516, 228060, 228366 all made it to 100 digits unharmed and 228504 will be there within the hour most likely.

Taking 224520, 225570, 226764, 227160.

kar_bon 2009-07-09 22:14

[QUOTE=unconnected;180394]Both seqs uploaded to DB, but for 234768 something strange happens at i=602 and rest is not loaded yet. How to fix this?
[/QUOTE]

you can't do anything, the error is known by Syd (Database guru), he has to fix it manually!
you could only PM him!

[QUOTE=Batalov;180396]I'll play with 221472, 222558, 222834, 223000, 223632, 223692, 224508[/QUOTE]

223632 res. by jrk!

[b]@mklasson: for 228060 there're only up to index 645 (size 75) in the database. please update![/b]

BTW:
i've decided to let the reserved for this thread in the place they are on the summary page and not to show them on top of the page.
too much copy/paste for so much seqs and not so long reservation timings!

Batalov 2009-07-09 22:50

[quote=kar_bon;180401]223632 res. by jrk![/quote]
Yes, indeed. We need a better reservation system, quite apparently.
Anyway, in case jrk is reading - it is at index 1034 already.

PM me for the last line.
(FactorDB is stuck on an error in this sequence as well.)

mataje 2009-07-09 22:51

I´ll take 237096, 237384, 237600, 237888, 238212 and 238476.

gd_barnes 2009-07-10 00:41

Henry,

Ah, I see by your comment about doing statuses taking up a lot of time that you must be somewhat new to moderating here. :smile: Therefore, I'll pass along a little of my own experience: Moderating will take FAR more of your time than you ever originally imagined. Especially if the project becomes even remotely popular, which this one has. Having Max and Karsten help at first at NPLB was great but within about a year, I found we needed more. So I turned to one of our regulars, Ian (MyDogBuster), who is online frequently and was helpful to see if he would like to do some moderation. Fortunately he agreed. He has been almost the biggest help of all. Since he's online so much, I rarely have to worry about updating primes listings or statuses of k's, etc. I can focus more on getting drives started, sending off files to the servers, processing results, following up with people as needed, and determing future direction of the project.

As yet another compliment to Karsten: His organizing of entire listings of Riesel primes and Aliquot sequences, their statuses, and their reservations I believe has been instrumental in RPS, aliquot sequences, and to a lesser extent NPLB taking off as projects.

I think that is one thing that does not get the credit that it deserves: If you have an extremely organized listing of what is being worked on, statusus of the various efforts, who has what reserved, when it was last worked on, etc., as well as open results or files available (in this case .ELF files) for such efforts, I believe that encourages large #'s of people to become much more interested in the projects.

Personally, I really like being able to see my effort "up in lights" so to speak on the internet and see those "holes" getting filled in on a web page somewhere. If I can't see the holes being filled in, I don't really feel like I'm filling them in and become less interested.

One final thing as a suggestion to the moderators here: On your very most main thread, whatever you decide that is (perhaps the main reservations thread), in the very 1st post in very big bold letters, provide a link to Karsten's status/reservations pages. As it is now, I have a hard time finding a link to it. I put it in my favorites when I first found it but I can tell there are several people here that are not aware of it.

Edit: lol. Oops, I see the link is in the 1st post of the stickied summary page thread. I was looking the reservations and statuses pages. Regardless, would it be good to have a link to that page in the reservations and statuses pages? As a newb, that is where I would first look for such a thing.


Gary

Mini-Geek 2009-07-10 01:56

Unreserving [URL="http://factordb.com/search.php?aq=221130"]221130[/URL]. Hit size 100 fairly quickly (with its 2^3*3) and hit a hard c90 4 lines into sz 100. Not the biggest I've cracked for this seq, but big enough to stop now that the size is 100. :smile:
Still working on [URL="http://factordb.com/search.php?aq=220932"]220932[/URL]. This one might take a bit longer to hit sz 100 since it's just got a perfect number driver. (2*3) Those are so stubborn to break, but don't drive the sequence up quickly. It's a bit frustrating to only grow and yet have such poor chances for getting the downdriver. :squash: :yucky: I suppose it's better than something that's stubborn [I]and[/I] grows quickly...actually, no, perfect numbers are more annoying because you have to waste more time instead of just setting it aside for future computers to work on.
Currently i=920, sz 95, just started SIQS on a c89.

bsquared 2009-07-10 03:55

I'm taking 233634 for a bit. It has 2^5 * 3 * 7 and has already grown a handful of digits since I started typing... :smile:

kar_bon 2009-07-10 05:39

[QUOTE=Mini-Geek;180416]It's a bit frustrating to only grow and yet have such poor chances for getting the downdriver. :squash: :yucky: I suppose it's better than something that's stubborn [I]and[/I] grows quickly...actually, no, perfect numbers are more annoying because you have to waste more time instead of just setting it aside for future computers to work on.[/QUOTE]

it's just the same annoying to have a downdriver with 2 or 2*5 at a size of 115 or 120 digits!
you see this downdriver but crunching the remaining part of 113 to 119 digits takes soooo long you can't stand it, and the next index perhaps the same, before ECM finishes his job! :grin:

mataje 2009-07-10 12:04

[URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?query=&se=1&aq=229512&action=last&fr=&to="]229512[/URL]: line 836, size 100, 2^2*3 UNRESERVED
[URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?query=&se=1&aq=229848&action=last&fr=&to="]229848[/URL]: line 2442, size 104, 2^2*3*7 UNRESERVED
[URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?query=&se=1&aq=229950&action=last&fr=&to="]229950[/URL]: line 771, size 100, 2*3*7 UNRESERVED
[URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?query=&se=1&aq=237096&action=last&fr=&to="]237096[/URL]: line 793, size 102, 2*3^3 UNRESERVED
[URL="http://factorization.ath.cx/search.php?query=&se=1&aq=237384&action=last&fr=&to="]237384[/URL]: line 934, size 101, 2^3*3*5 UNRESERVED

Greebley 2009-07-10 14:06

[quote=kar_bon;180433]it's just the same annoying to have a downdriver with 2 or 2*5 at a size of 115 or 120 digits!
you see this downdriver but crunching the remaining part of 113 to 119 digits takes soooo long you can't stand it, and the next index perhaps the same, before ECM finishes his job! :grin:[/quote]
Ya, I am suffering this with 232956. Went to 120 digits and after 11 days is down to 112 - I suspect it will take more than a 2 weeks to reach 110 digits. OTOH, if it has a big cofactor, you know you aren't going to lose the driver, so working away isn't all bad.
Worse though would be trying to run a sequence until you hit a driver and it never does. Wasn't there one that was taken to 145(140?) digits with a C137 and still didn't have a driver before it was retired? That sounds like it would have been frustrating.


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