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Old 2009-03-24, 19:43   #45
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Hm, I tried to report 128 manual curves at 1e6, but I don't think it showed up on the summary. Do you have to give a valid name for it to count? I didn't write anything and got neither a success nor failure confirmation.
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Old 2009-03-24, 19:46   #46
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Not me anymore really - someone is clearly using them for most of their aliquot sequence work.

I reckon t35 (or maybe slightly less) for the current C112.
Actually, what I meant is that I was wondering if you were pushing buttons on the SAME number as I was, at the same time...because, for example, I'd hit "TF to 1e7" and, boom, it comes back with a cheerful "Assigned to worker x: preparing for ECM very high limits", which would indicate that someone else hit the very high limits button just before I hit TF to 1e7.

Regarding ECM on the current C112: okay, that sounds good. I'll stop the workers as soon as they finish t35.

Meanwhile, anyone interested in pre-reserving the C112 for GNFS?
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Hm, I tried to report 128 manual curves at 1e6, but I don't think it showed up on the summary. Do you have to give a valid name for it to count? I didn't write anything and got neither a success nor failure confirmation.
Yes, you have to input a valid text string in the name field. And it can't be "Workers", either--yes, I really tried that and it didn't work.
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Old 2009-03-24, 19:51   #47
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t35 is complete, I've stopped the workers. Anyone want to do the C112 GNFS? (I would only ever take it "in an emergency".)
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Old 2009-03-24, 20:15   #48
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t35 is complete, I've stopped the workers. Anyone want to do the C112 GNFS? (I would only ever take it "in an emergency".)
I'll do it quickly. I'm waiting for a matrix job to finish anyway.
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Old 2009-03-24, 22:06   #49
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I'll do it quickly. I'm waiting for a matrix job to finish anyway.
prp52 factor: 1736559430375412380516276762881457055749836156751163
prp61 factor: 2391762152361664962953732769620057115772147342121433640915273
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Old 2009-03-24, 22:17   #50
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prp52 factor: 1736559430375412380516276762881457055749836156751163
prp61 factor: 2391762152361664962953732769620057115772147342121433640915273
That was really quick!

The next few steps were easy, now its stuck on a C132 (ecm'd to 30 digits, still running)
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Old 2009-03-25, 07:37   #51
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That was really quick!

The next few steps were easy, now its stuck on a C132 (ecm'd to 30 digits, still running)
I think t40 will be just right for this one, then should it be a group effort?
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Old 2009-03-25, 16:12   #52
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I think t40 will be just right for this one, then should it be a group effort?
It's now completed t40. I agree that this one would be good for a group effort. If no one else wants to, I'd be glad to take a whack at organizing the group effort for this one--it might help me increase my experience with all this stuff a wee bit.

This one's small enough that I'd guess polynomial selection can be easily handled by one person--would anyone else be interested in that? (If not, I'll take it.)

Edit: Oh, I almost forgot. The composite is:
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237474238144581942013743962592681110466868743637301019199392364875573239625256029804412406254660594889970612890759306708620321670791

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Old 2009-03-25, 17:24   #53
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who is doing the postprocessing for a group effort?
i could if everyone can upload their files to somewhere i can download them
i am away Monday-Friday next week though but we might be able to finish before then
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who is doing the postprocessing for a group effort?
i could if everyone can upload their files to somewhere i can download them
i am away Monday-Friday next week though but we might be able to finish before then
I'd be fine with doing the postprocessing for this job, though I don't have any upload space of suitable size, either. Of course if you'd rather do it, I'm fine with that, too.
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I'd be fine with doing the postprocessing for this job, though I don't have any upload space of suitable size, either. Of course if you'd rather do it, I'm fine with that, too.
feel free
the only requirement is that you will probably need 2Gb of memory

anyone got suggestions for uploading?
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