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jrk 2011-11-28 21:10

Team sieve #32: c154 from 4788:i2764
 
[code][color=blue]# sieve with ggnfs siever 14e on alg side from Q=10M to 40M[/color]
# aq4788:2764
n: 1566995182284290084552061351701731286158584419729523776503441142820300208568705908650143119696309631508397253178597013710075243911171394358266029728845823
# norm 9.543221e-15 alpha -7.409829 e 4.239e-12 rroots 5
skew: 4651649.62
c0: 51051556980151412770346722598733836877
c1: 63112572000896956954660071934161
c2: 6723391780590826967760721
c3: -7015861282295435665
c4: -7929641070
c5: 97776
Y0: -437488941713715648011445883282
Y1: 61125925743039029
rlim: 20000000
alim: 20000000
lpbr: 29
lpba: 29
mfbr: 58
mfba: 58
rlambda: 2.5
alambda: 2.5
[/code][B]Reservations:[/B][code]
10-15M debrouxl (RSALS)
15-37M debrouxl (RSALS)
37-42M debrouxl (RSALS)
[/code]

schickel 2011-11-29 09:44

I can do the post on this.....

debrouxl 2011-11-29 10:31

Reserving 15M-37M for RSALS, with a possibility of expanding the range above 37M if nobody takes it by the time RSALS clients soak up 15M-37M (it's easier for me to expand a range upwards than downwards) :smile:

debrouxl 2011-11-30 08:37

Expanding the RSALS range to 15M-42M.

schickel 2011-11-30 08:43

[QUOTE=debrouxl;280508]Expanding the RSALS range to 15M-42M.[/QUOTE]Hmmm....should I try to do the 10-15 range? Based on past jobs in this range, that's probably ~2 weeks.

debrouxl 2011-11-30 10:08

Well, it's up to you, but RSALS could unblock the sequence faster than you could :smile:

schickel 2011-11-30 11:07

[QUOTE=debrouxl;280515]Well, it's up to you, but RSALS could unblock the sequence faster than you could :smile:[/QUOTE]Heh....that's what I was thinking, though you said it was easier to extend up than it was to extend down. How hard is that going to be?

debrouxl 2011-11-30 12:53

It's pretty easy, in fact: in order to expand a range downwards, I have to create a new entry in the automatic WU generation system, which takes a couple minutes :smile:
(editing the "end q" field takes mere seconds)

I usually don't reserve for RSALS from the bottom of a range, because it kicks out individual factorers from the most productive ranges.

EDIT: done, I have queued 10M-15M.

schickel 2011-11-30 16:07

[QUOTE=debrouxl;280524]It's pretty easy, in fact: in order to expand a range downwards, I have to create a new entry in the automatic WU generation system, which takes a couple minutes :smile:
(editing the "end q" field takes mere seconds)

I usually don't reserve for RSALS from the bottom of a range, because it kicks out individual factorers from the most productive ranges.

EDIT: done, I have queued 10M-15M.[/QUOTE]Sounds good. So now all I need is details about downloading the relations. I've never done an RSALS job before.....

pinhodecarlos 2011-11-30 18:30

[QUOTE=schickel;280534]Sounds good. So now all I need is details about downloading the relations. I've never done an RSALS job before.....[/QUOTE]

There's always a first time...
Anyway, you need to fulfill RSALS brotherhood, then after vote from all members you will receive or not login details to the server where you can download the relations. Don't forget that you should not upset Master SL, very busy wise man.

:cool:

Carlos

PS( I'm joking...)
PS2 (All sieve jobs were sent out, current dat.gz file size is 769MB)

schickel 2011-11-30 22:50

[QUOTE=pinhodecarlos;280543]There's always a first time...
Anyway, you need to fulfill RSALS brotherhood, then after vote from all members you will receive or not login details to the server where you can download the relations. Don't forget that you should not upset Master SL, very busy wise man.

:cool:

Carlos

PS( I'm joking...)
PS2 (All sieve jobs were sent out, current dat.gz file size is 769MB)[/QUOTE]As long as I don't have to break the pinky swear oath I had to give when I became a moderator.


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