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Old 2020-10-07, 09:51   #23
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Shall have factors for 7p3_344 tomorrow morning.
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Old 2020-10-08, 06:58   #24
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Shall have factors for 7p3_344 tomorrow morning.

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Thu Oct  8 01:31:39 2020  p90 factor: 940178235247332289120926771690327661238990851387961713089990970947156178623557951982496321
Thu Oct  8 01:31:39 2020  p92 factor: 75176320690912731953147427500077633687450135529477862363109762778916193160940823984886406097

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Old 2020-10-08, 13:42   #25
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3p2_1446M on LA, 5 days.
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Old 2020-10-09, 23:00   #26
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Taking 63601_53m1.
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Old 2020-10-12, 14:25   #27
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f45_151m1 was factored:

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p82 factor: 8333609684301502260065482359988445887380053452775916486741008483855806118032252769
p100 factor: 8210553077808817660641683814864623033993314973732496673187078167513741337455366179837738471320775259
TD 130 built a 8.72 M matrix which took ~36 hours to solve. Log posted at https://pastebin.com/uPgmi2HN and https://github.com/Dylan1496/nfs-at-.../f45_151m1.log.

Taking 428__749_19m1 next.

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Old 2020-10-13, 05:59   #28
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f45_151p1 seems to be broken. I downloaded the relations and set msieve -nc1 going. From relation 82596681 onwards they all seem to get error -15 (I've not read the whole log, it's 72Gb). It got to relation 1232422380 before I killed msieve, the log was threatening to fill my hard disk.

Can someone please have a look it it? I think it's been sieving the wrong poly or something similar from relation 82596681 onwards.

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Old 2020-10-13, 15:20   #29
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f45_151p1 seems to be broken. I downloaded the relations and set msieve -nc1 going. From relation 82596681 onwards they all seem to get error -15 (I've not read the whole log, it's 72Gb). It got to relation 1232422380 before I killed msieve, the log was threatening to fill my hard disk.

Can someone please have a look it it? I think it's been sieving the wrong poly or something similar from relation 82596681 onwards.

Chris
This is not the only nor first case of a data file with a high percentage of noise content. The root cause is unknown to me but the job suddenly using the wrong poly file seems unlikely. Greg recently commented that “sometimes the project gets odd garbage in returned files as we use a forgiving validation check”. Maybe Greg will weigh in here.

Chris, have you tried running remdups on the dataset? At least we can get a sense of how many good/unique relations survive filtering without generating a ridiculously large log file.

If you’re using Linux, gzrecover is worth trying.

One other thing - I failed to sieve this on the -a side when queueing it as you requested. Don’t think that caused this geyser of error messages but it’s still incorrect. Mea culpa.

If possible, in the future please add this line to any poly requiring sieving on the algebraic side
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lss: 0
Worst case, I can submit this job again for sieving on the algebraic side (likely with a smaller Q range) so that you can eventually download and combine data files, filter and build a decent matrix.

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Old 2020-10-13, 16:13   #30
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We have progress:
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chris@sirius:~/factordb/f45_151p1$ gzrecover -p f45_151p1.dat.gz | remdups 1250 -v >f45_151p1.dat.cut2
Starting program at Tue Oct 13 16:55:26 2020
allocated 2621384 bytes for pointers
allocated 3276800000 bytes for arrays
Tue Oct 13 16:55:28 2020  0.5M unique relns  0.00M duplicate relns (+0.00M, avg D/U ratio in block was 0.1%)
Tue Oct 13 16:55:28 2020  1.0M unique relns  0.00M duplicate relns (+0.00M, avg D/U ratio in block was 0.2%)
. . . snip . . .
Tue Oct 13 17:06:15 2020  204.5M unique relns  32.59M duplicate relns (+0.15M, avg D/U ratio in block was 23.7%)
Tue Oct 13 17:06:17 2020  205.0M unique relns  32.75M duplicate relns (+0.16M, avg D/U ratio in block was 24.0%)
Found 205005109 unique, 32748632 duplicate (13.8% of total), and 282825 bad relations.
Largest dimension used: 746 of 1250
Average dimension used: 625.6 of 1250
Terminating program at Tue Oct 13 17:06:17 2020
Using gunzip -c instead of gzrecover it failed at about relation 82M (gzrecover with -v produced so much output I lost the exact messages). But the key message was:
Code:
chris@sirius:~/factordb/f45_151p1$ gunzip -cv f45_151p1.dat.gz | wc -l
f45_151p1.dat.gz:	
gzip: f45_151p1.dat.gz: invalid compressed data--format violated
82596767
Now I'll try to build a matrix (205005109 unique relations should be enough).

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Old 2020-10-13, 20:06   #31
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And I've built a matrix for f45_151p1. About 62 hours remain so I should have a result on Friday.

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Old 2020-10-13, 20:56   #32
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And I've built a matrix for f45_151p1. About 62 hours remain so I should have a result on Friday.

Chris
Great news!
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Old 2020-10-14, 06:55   #33
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3p2_1446M on LA, 5 days.

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Wed Oct 14 00:16:32 2020  p58 factor: 2525863113019784866485159026033476058673368058897447200161
Wed Oct 14 00:16:32 2020  p64 factor: 4092548937881641137005120020566114770332136530455541914336089917
Wed Oct 14 00:16:32 2020  p68 factor: 21987511569017746397101754644242877125552157934707832399108483908297

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