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Old 2022-04-02, 23:09   #56
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Ed, no worries. I check the status before I start aliqueit. Fyi, 6^204 and 17^127 are already terminated.

Terminated:

17^127: 92/66 (already done by another)
6^204: 98/89 done
54^92: 112/101 done
7^185: 125/124 (already done by another)
91^65: 127/120 done

Taking:

10^148: 139/132
11^145: 139/121
12^134: 138/137
12^142: 136/117
12^146: 139/134
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Old 2022-04-03, 02:24   #57
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Thanks Rich!

Added a few more, but they are slowing down a bit:
Code:
14^126: 139/133
19^115: 110/97
77^75: 137/117
88^72: 139/127
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Old 2022-04-03, 08:51   #58
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Quote:
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Terminated:
17^123: 123/121 done
There must be an error : 17^123 is not terminated on FactorDB.

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Old 2022-04-03, 11:12   #59
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Terminated:
76^66: 123/122 (already done)
There must be another error : 76^66 is not terminated on FactorDB.
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Old 2022-04-03, 11:26   #60
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Please, if someone wants to reserve a base, can they request it on the main thread ?
For example, Oliver, should I reserve all the sequences of bases 76 and 78 for you ?
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Old 2022-04-03, 11:47   #61
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19^115 to it's end
Complete! Length: 53
link to sequence
Now taking 93^65 and 95^65
95^65 has c107, moving on
93^65 has c99 that's will also take a long time

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Old 2022-04-03, 12:57   #62
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Please, if someone wants to reserve a base, can they request it on the main thread ?
For example, Oliver, should I reserve all the sequences of bases 76 and 78 for you ?
Currently, I am extending bases 76, 78, 94 and 127 (the ones I initialised). I am going to try to terminate all possible sequences up to 135 or maybe 140 digits. There are already progresses you may include in your update if you like. I will state in the main thread when I have finished my work.
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Old 2022-04-03, 16:03   #63
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95^65 has c107, moving on
93^65 has c99 that's will also take a long time
A C99 is maybe a 10-minute job on a modern desktop CPU, less than an hour on many laptops. C107 maybe 3 times as hard. If you think these take a long time, I think your factoring software is not set up correctly, or you're not using the right tools.
If you're in windows, yafu can do these quite easily.
If you run linux, get CADO set up.

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Old 2022-04-03, 17:00   #64
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Currently, I am extending bases 76, 78, 94 and 127 (the ones I initialised). I am going to try to terminate all possible sequences up to 135 or maybe 140 digits. There are already progresses you may include in your update if you like. I will state in the main thread when I have finished my work.
OK, I'll reserve these 4 bases for you (76, 78, 94 and 127).
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Old 2022-04-03, 17:17   #65
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A C99 is maybe a 10-minute job on a modern desktop CPU, less than an hour on many laptops. C107 maybe 3 times as hard. If you think these take a long time, I think your factoring software is not set up correctly, or you're not using the right tools.
If you're in windows, yafu can do these quite easily.
If you run linux, get CADO set up.
Correct: I officially have no idea how to find yafu's post-nfs app.
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Old 2022-04-03, 18:11   #66
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95^65 complete! (25 steps)
Interesting: ends in a 77 digit prime!
Now to continue 93^65

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