20140613, 18:15  #859 
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
11×131 Posts 
Good, that´s a start!.
On another note, I reckon you´ve abandoned your quest for "monster factors". Is that so? 
20140629, 16:33  #860 
"Oliver"
Mar 2005
Germany
10001010110_{2} Posts 
Hi,
just an hour ago "I" found this gem: P1 found a factor in stage #2, B1=620000, B2=12710000, E=12. M67825453 has a factor: 1722206812177416217749744344545878167459479 (140.30 bits) k = 12695874011909778308076647453765463 = 3 * 17 * 29 * 79 * 1447 * 24481 * 31039 * 349529 * 378277 * 747427 Should be my second largest P1 factor so far. Oliver Last fiddled with by TheJudger on 20140629 at 16:46 
20140629, 20:47  #862  
"Oliver"
Mar 2005
Germany
2126_{8} Posts 
Hi Chris,
Quote:
I get them from here. A small shop with good prices and nice sales persons. And when you buy several exponents at once they grant you at small extra discount. Oliver 

20140723, 02:20  #863 
Aug 2002
Dawn of the Dead
353_{8} Posts 
Bizarre factors
I got one today:
Code:
ECM found a factor in curve #2, stage #2 Sigma=7053813379423454, B1=3000000, B2=300000000. UID: ANONYMOUS, M27529 has a factor: 9662183525912193406922912529583 (ECM curve 2, B1=3000000, B2=300000000) This k is quite rough. I have just begun this quest ... 
20140723, 10:45  #864 
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
11·131 Posts 
Wow, that´s a really nice one!
But you´ve not reported it yet, did you? It doesn´t appear as Factored, on Primenet pages. 
20140724, 00:22  #865 
Aug 2002
Dawn of the Dead
5·47 Posts 
The reason is that the manual results page won't accept it. George has been advised. There will be more of these. It takes quite a few curves, somewhere in the order of 6 to 7 thousand, should I count them. No biggie, just takes time and in time I'll move this onto all cores. At 15 000 curves per week, I should find a bunch of these.
Crunch on folks, happy hunting! 
20140725, 15:46  #866 
Sep 2002
Oeiras, Portugal
5A1_{16} Posts 
I don´t see any reason why that should happen, apart from the periodic glitches experienced by Primenet. Try resubmitting the result, as you may happen to have tried during a Primenet outage. They´ve been rather frequent lately, unfortunately.
Last fiddled with by lycorn on 20140725 at 15:48 
20141116, 03:28  #867 
Aug 2002
Dawn of the Dead
11101011_{2} Posts 
An interesting one came up today:
Code:
ECM found a factor in curve #306, stage #2 Sigma=563592846122112, B1=11000000, B2=1100000000. UID: ANONYMOUS, M25849 has a factor: 490089625697694370568455713655482757513 k is just a bit rough. 5100 curves at a lower bound and 306 at the current bound and I came in just below the bound! I wonder how long until I work through to the next bound ... 
20141116, 16:56  #868 
"Oliver"
Mar 2005
Germany
2·3·5·37 Posts 
in contrast to your rough ks I've some smoothies here:
Code:
M70458881 has a factor: 178367954294318192443201 77.23 Bits; k = 1265759204253600 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 5 * 5 * 7 * 113 * 227 * 383 * 7669 M76021597 has a factor: 21929119114257579600162546577 94.14 Bits; k = 144229534629860377704 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 103 * 971 * 1973 * 2161 * 3257 * 4327 Last fiddled with by TheJudger on 20141116 at 16:56 Reason: typo 
20141118, 03:40  #869 
Aug 2002
Dawn of the Dead
235_{10} Posts 
Those are very smooth, nice finds. I assume they are P1, Stage 1 factors? I have one from a few years back, somewhere in a backup.
I'm seeing my ECM finds to be all rough, although my data is lacking. Crunch on, happy hunting! 
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