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Old 2020-01-01, 13:29   #1
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Default 2020 14e post processing reservations and results

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Old 2020-01-02, 01:14   #2
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Taking 9p5_268.
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Old 2020-01-02, 01:21   #3
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Default 496__823_5m1 factored

Code:
p53 factor: 47216829413390319626459128166526914448940825420344091
p62 factor: 49759602786683642432115672354678646466928840986056826118196301
p72 factor: 321605147386124773931006030242168853431971552121536654732626414476185521
Approximately 17 hours on 2 threads Core i3-2310M with 4 GB memory for a 2.96M matrix at TD = 100 (120 didn't work).

Log attached and at https://pastebin.com/Jn4TuL29

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Old 2020-01-02, 04:38   #4
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Default 14947_61m1 Factored

Code:
prp66 factor: 115196799639208116421154163235701126683962221913917278054430130373
prp71 factor: 60888802579391242525964043479836502740993198806721750255273048705208647
prp115 factor: 4239291502540471888434365696659453764668112743540522010579630449739067845860371746483242042045668248296272652583971
435M raw / 342M unique relations, details at https://pastebin.com/pTbiMbTN.
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Old 2020-01-03, 19:11   #5
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Taking 74449_244.
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Old 2020-01-03, 21:34   #6
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p86 factor: 75500077820233952602600269206011358188314413079193147347206440943999193142534025384593
p88 factor: 4498843727139217969047085456621589765542157032670000597714373353335036600414102604782289
470M raw / 367M unique relations, details at https://pastebin.com/npX1Jk5D.
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Old 2020-01-03, 22:18   #7
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p61 factor: 1187457400274450739466064696812553669151008880973476889246661
p115 factor: 4649955926900629384135151183457456501949875089201861428356869592678310082281920019813095431404297889473428637152341
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Old 2020-01-04, 17:05   #8
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The 14e queue looks to be stuck again. Past experience would suggest that when you deleted 10p7_305 from the queue (and replaced it with 10p7_305_2nd_try), its work units were still queued up and they're just being handed out and discarded on return. If so, then I believe Greg will have to be notified so he can fix it.
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Old 2020-01-04, 17:46   #9
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The 14e queue looks to be stuck again. Past experience would suggest that when you deleted 10p7_305 from the queue (and replaced it with 10p7_305_2nd_try), its work units were still queued up and they're just being handed out and discarded on return. If so, then I believe Greg will have to be notified so he can fix it.
I had deleted it from the queue less than a minute after loading it, due to sieving the wrong side. But it appears to have been in place long enough! Contacting Greg to clear the blockage from the pipe.
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Old 2020-01-04, 23:06   #10
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Please reserve 3p2_637 for us.

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Old 2020-01-05, 08:02   #11
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Please reserve 3p2_637 for us.

Welcome to the club, sir! I hope your new machine proves a rocket.

xyzzy joining us reminds me- we don't have a benchmark matrix-solve to compare hardware, do we? Like, it might be nice to have a dropbox/etc with a sample job available, say something that produces a matrix 5M or so in size. Folks who wanted to compare hardware speeds could D/L this job and note elapsed time to run it.

Is this something worth pursuing?
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