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Old 2013-09-22, 22:59   #56
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18k at 11e7 is a t55, so it makes sense to increase B1.

At 2e8, a t55 is just under 10,000 curves, while a t60 is 54,000 curves. If I have the standard ECM-depth effort correct, 57 digits is called for here; that would be something in the range of 2.5 to 3t55 (how does aliqueit determine this precisely?). One t55 is already done, so I would say 15k to 20k curves at 2e8 would be about right, or 12k to 15k curves at 26e7.

Excitement, indeed.
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Old 2013-09-23, 03:07   #57
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18k at 11e7 is a t55, so it makes sense to increase B1.

At 2e8, a t55 is just under 10,000 curves, while a t60 is 54,000 curves. If I have the standard ECM-depth effort correct, 57 digits is called for here; that would be something in the range of 2.5 to 3t55 (how does aliqueit determine this precisely?). One t55 is already done, so I would say 15k to 20k curves at 2e8 would be about right, or 12k to 15k curves at 26e7.

Excitement, indeed.
Thanks!

Of the 2000@2e8 that got assigned, due to various reasons, only 1295 succeeded.

I'll have to see if I can get a better return rate on upcoming attempts, if we're to reach 15k anytime "soon." Of course, I'd much prefer not having to go that far...
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Old 2013-09-23, 04:20   #58
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Finished 4900 or a grand total of 12400 @ 11e7 for me.

Everything switched to 26e7.
>440 @ 26e7.
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Old 2013-09-23, 15:40   #59
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The scripts are rewritten to try to take advantage of maxmem. I've restarted another 2000 for the next run at 2e8.

My total at restart was 1937@2e8 (including the 1295 from my previous post).
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Old 2013-09-23, 22:33   #60
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Hmmm...
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Old 2013-09-24, 03:33   #61
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Final total of 935 @ 26e7 (for now).
More news to follow...
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Old 2013-09-24, 12:12   #62
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add in 1400@2e8 - (total: 3337@2e8)
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Old 2013-09-25, 00:52   #63
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Current total: >4500@2e8
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Old 2013-09-25, 04:06   #64
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2^3 * 3^2 * ... * c141

Thanks to ryanp for providing the factors to the previous term.
Code:
reading relations for dependency 3
read 2718047 cycles
cycles contain 7872638 unique relations
read 7872638 relations
multiplying 7872638 relations
multiply complete, coefficients have about 473.59 million bits
initial square root is modulo 314559659
sqrtTime: 5855
prp83 factor: 56960881403397061621785603475065215970545570822071466142103110861622834387932666377
prp90 factor: 136422320204898039096444081329949382185465109323804778945638910201287987372904996665572699
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Old 2013-09-25, 23:59   #65
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-pm1 4e9 - nothing
> 600 @ 11e6
> 400 @ 43e6
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Old 2013-09-26, 22:58   #66
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>1000@11e7...
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