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Old 2013-06-20, 17:30   #5
R.D. Silverman
 
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Originally Posted by bdodson View Post
Neither on the (main) Cunningham tables or on the two "found but not
yet inserted" extension files. Maybe an Euler or Bernoulli? Sam was
saying that purdue has 90K cores suitable for distributed sieving
(small factor bases, maybe?). Not sure how many have enough
memory for the large B1's he's been using, but it's certainly more
that the c. 9K+ cores on the two clusters from the terragrid grant.

-Bruce

Yes, N188, the new 1st place Top10 of 2013.
90k cores??? Holy <censored!>

I have 14 cores available half-time plus another 8 from older machines.
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