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Old 2021-09-16, 14:42   #3103
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Thanks, to find the number of uniques I just did a wc -l on the lines not starting with #, does that yield the correct result? Is there a faster way, does remdup output the number somewhere?

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Old 2021-09-16, 15:00   #3104
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Thanks, to find the number of uniques I just did a wc -l on the lines not starting with #, does that yield the correct result? Is there a faster way, does remdup output the number somewhere?
I can't answer the first part, but remdups4 outputs counts to the terminal as it runs.
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Old 2021-09-16, 15:56   #3105
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You're right, even with a summary. I must have been blind. Thanks again and sorry for the off-topic.
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Old 2021-09-16, 17:09   #3106
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I typically run remdups4 after gathering new relations files, though I haven't been keeping track of the % dups.

Currently at 1B uniques as of this morning.
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Old 2021-09-20, 01:41   #3107
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Latest run is going:

Code:
Sun Sep 19 16:01:22 2021  commencing relation filtering
Sun Sep 19 16:01:22 2021  setting target matrix density to 120.0
Sun Sep 19 16:01:22 2021  estimated available RAM is 192016.8 MB
Sun Sep 19 16:01:22 2021  commencing duplicate removal, pass 1
Sun Sep 19 19:12:14 2021  found 498163917 hash collisions in 1834320482 relations
Sun Sep 19 19:12:45 2021  commencing duplicate removal, pass 2
Sun Sep 19 19:36:34 2021  found 107391008 duplicates and 1726929474 unique relations
Sun Sep 19 19:36:34 2021  memory use: 16280.0 MB
Sun Sep 19 19:36:35 2021  reading ideals above 1259929600
Sun Sep 19 19:36:35 2021  commencing singleton removal, initial pass
We'll see what happens by morning. Not sure if I quite have enough unique's yet, but it's getting there!
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Old 2021-09-20, 09:43   #3108
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Good to know.

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found 107391008 duplicates and 1726929474 unique relations
Why is the duplicate percentage so low, is that after an inital removal already?
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Old 2021-09-20, 14:16   #3109
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Good to know.

Why is the duplicate percentage so low, is that after an inital removal already?
I had been running remdups up until now, but the relations file is taking up too much disk space at this point, so now I'm just appending new rel's and handing the file right to msieve.
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Old 2021-09-21, 00:06   #3110
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The msieve run with 1.72B uniques succeeded, but generated a 169M x 169M matrix. Trying again now, with 1.9B uniques.
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Old 2021-09-21, 00:19   #3111
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What Q value have you sieved up to, and what is the overall duplication rate like? I'd be interested to know how well my estimates from test-sieving have held up.
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Old 2021-09-21, 01:08   #3112
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The msieve run with 1.72B uniques succeeded, but generated a 169M x 169M matrix. Trying again now, with 1.9B uniques.
That's the famous cusp (of convergence)
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Old 2021-09-21, 17:27   #3113
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That's the famous cusp (of convergence)
Interesting, is it valid for most sizes of numbers? That'd be quite helpful.
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