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Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 18:34
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Posted By debrouxl
BTW, there's already a BOINC version of msieve in...

BTW, there's already a BOINC version of msieve in Tom Ritter's factoring framework: https://github.com/GDSSecurity/cloud-and-control (announced by jasonp at...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 08:23
Replies: 65
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Posted By debrouxl
Of course, but I didn't have time to write said...

Of course, but I didn't have time to write said newsletter yet :wink:
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-31, 07:58
Replies: 65
Views: 13,992
Posted By debrouxl
The changes made by squalyl to the GGNFS code for...

The changes made by squalyl to the GGNFS code for RSALS, and subsequently modified by frmky for NFS@Home, are only several dozens of lines, IIRC, yielding a diff (against the original HEAD revision...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-28, 05:58
Replies: 65
Views: 13,992
Posted By debrouxl
I appreciate the trust, but I strongly doubt I...

I appreciate the trust, but I strongly doubt I have either the knowledge of the msieve code base, or the time, to add some kind of BOINC support :sad:

In the short term, RSALS needs either...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-27, 10:42
Replies: 65
Views: 13,992
Posted By debrouxl
2016 seems optimistic, at least to me :smile: ...

2016 seems optimistic, at least to me :smile:
IIUC the orders of magnitude, as RSA-1024 is deemed about a thousand times harder than RSA-768 is, we're talking about something between 100K and 1M...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-26, 05:54
Replies: 65
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Posted By debrouxl
The server used for RSALS is ancient, and costs a...

The server used for RSALS is ancient, and costs a fair bit of money to squalyl. NFS@Home has a better server and more users, it makes sense to merge RSALS into NFS@Home :smile:

Greg Childers,...
Forum: Operation Kibibit 2012-07-25, 06:10
Replies: 65
Views: 13,992
Posted By debrouxl
Heh, you beat me to suggesting the usage of BOINC...

Heh, you beat me to suggesting the usage of BOINC distributed computing technology for that task :smile:
It worked so well for RSALS, NFS@Home, yoyo@home and yafu, all of which are higher-memory...
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