20130819, 19:46  #23 
"Tapio Rajala"
Feb 2010
Finland
3^{2}·5·7 Posts 
Just to report some curves: I ran 800@11e6 and 300@43e6 on the i2081. The p40 split of fast, but there is still a c129 remaining.

20130819, 22:12  #24 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2×11×191 Posts 
I've been beating up on the c129, as well. So far, I've have at least:
3900@11M 2000@43M 1200@110M But, I'm rewriting some scripts and probably have a fair amount of extra curves that aren't in the above counts. I've also started YAFU in a factor() exercise that ran lots more curves and is now doing a poly find. 
20130821, 02:04  #25 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2·11·191 Posts 
OK, the c129 is done and added to the db. There's now a c126...

20130822, 19:58  #26 
Sep 2008
Kansas
3487_{10} Posts 

20130823, 00:06  #27 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2·11·191 Posts 
I'm playing with factmsieve.py, msieve and some new scripts that are working on the c126. Right now, I estimate factors by sometime tomorrow, if you'd like to move your machine(s) to something else. Or, I could let you post the factors when you get them. My setup is far from where I want it and if you want to run with this one, I'll step back...

20130823, 00:50  #28 
Sep 2008
Kansas
11×317 Posts 
Sounds like you need a number for testing anyway. Might as well be productive. I'll redirect mine now.

20130823, 03:49  #29 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2×11×191 Posts 
Thanks  almost all the sieving is done. I don't know how long the LA will take, but it shouldn't be too much of the night. I should be able to post factors in the morning.
The new scripts are taking on a workable form, although I keep missing important details... 
20130823, 13:16  #30 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
2×11×191 Posts 
Well, I should have had factors waiting for me, but NOTHAT WOULDN'T BE RIGHT!
Instead, I find the power company was, yet again, incapable of providing uninterrupted service. Ah well, another opportunity to learn how to restart in the middle of the LA phase, since I obviously haven't learned how, yet. Off to uncompress spairs.save.gz, since my first attempt removed all the relations from the .dat file... Then, again, I think my system needs some more tuning anyway: Code:
Fri Aug 23 01:18:57 2013 Found 42310375 relations, 259.9% of the estimated minimum (16280000). 
20130823, 18:16  #31 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
1000001101010_{2} Posts 
Code:
Fri Aug 23 14:08:12 2013 prp56 factor: 40052960715207939551466936104494355683603019234962045001 Fri Aug 23 14:08:12 2013 prp70 factor: 9849687148186264358973837943396553676432891847027110558083006034029263 
20130825, 01:46  #32 
Sep 2008
Kansas
11×317 Posts 
c147 @ i2087
If anyone is running curves you can add my contribution.
pm1 3e9  nothing. 900 @ 43e6  nothing. I should have 25003000 total by morning. 
20130825, 02:45  #33 
Sep 2008
Kansas
11·317 Posts 
Never mind.
Code:
Using B1=43000000, B2=240490660426, polynomial Dickson(12), sigma=3134516842 Step 1 took 96051ms Step 2 took 26783ms ********** Factor found in step 2: 190046203196661279658270931105832635610989777 Found probable prime factor of 45 digits: 190046203196661279658270931105832635610989777 Probable prime cofactor 1002173647086415253081120779862942398188018026898684900132137676963049803378641650772316639810943754411 has 103 digits 
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