20211124, 03:24  #309 
Jul 2003
So Cal
944_{16} Posts 

20211124, 05:01  #310 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
5,279 Posts 
I think your CPU will do the job in under a month. We should have factors just before the new year.
Looks like we reach our relations target Wednesday I suggest Ed point his farm elsewhere tomorrow night! I'll be shutting down a client or two Wednesday to run other tasks, so that when the CADO server is taken down my machine is still crunching on something. 
20211124, 14:00  #311 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
3^{3}×167 Posts 
I currently have a crontab set to shut down my clients starting an hour before Oliver's announced server shutdown. I won't be able to change that until at least late tonight (local). If Oliver still plans to keep his stated time, I'll run until then, but if he changes that, I can redirect late tonight (local).

20211124, 14:11  #312  
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
2·491 Posts 
This is unfortunately still running, it takes more time than expected. For some reason the last run was much quicker with nearidentical load in the background, even much quicker than the runs before it. Interesting.
I will skip that, especially if some drop out now. It simply takes too long without having much more information for us. Quote:
(also @EdH) If all clients are pulled early, I will stop the server early. Otherwise, it will run at least to the stated time. Then, we would be getting close to 1.5B relations. In that case, the relation target set in the parameter file will be reached. Last fiddled with by kruoli on 20211124 at 14:24 Reason: Spelling. Grammar. 

20211125, 01:51  #313 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
3^{3}×167 Posts 
I was away all day today, but I see all my clients are still. I must have set my crontab for Mittwok instead of Donnerstag. I will move them to something else and let you work the server with whomever is left. (I haven't checked every client, but the few I looked at were stopped.)
Thanks for heading this up and good luck getting all the LA details sorted out. 
20211125, 10:13  #314 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
1726_{8} Posts 

20211125, 18:01  #315 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
1726_{8} Posts 
Sieving is closed! Thanks to everyone who took part in this!

20211125, 20:08  #316 
Apr 2020
19·37 Posts 

20211128, 17:09  #317 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
2×491 Posts 
Testing has finished:
Code:
found 409429916 duplicates and 1068575440 unique relations ~ MSIEVE compiled with AOCC, VBITS=128 ~ mpirun np 2 bindto none ./msieve_mpi nc2 1,2 t 16 v ~1200h (exact line was overriden by CtrlC by accident) mpirun np 2 bindto none ./msieve_mpi nc2 "2,1 skip_matbuild=1" t 16 v linear algebra completed 7124 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 1077h24m) mpirun np 4 bindto none ./msieve_mpi nc2 "2,2 skip_matbuild=1" t 8 v linear algebra completed 2291 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 1290h50m) ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 32 v linear algebra completed 1780 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 907h53m) ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 16 v linear algebra completed 2801 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 865h24m) mpirun np 2 mapby l3cache ./msieve_mpi nc2 "2,1 skip_matbuild=1" t 16 v linear algebra completed 3804 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 913h20m) mpirun np 2 mapby l3cache ./msieve_mpi nc2 "2,1 skip_matbuild=1" t 8 v linear algebra completed 1779 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 872h 3m) ~ MSIEVE compiled with GCC, VBITS=128 ~ ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 16 v linear algebra completed 1272 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 863h55m) ~ MSIEVE compiled with AOCC and custom GMP build, VBITS=128 ~ ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 16 v linear algebra completed 3056 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 861h56m) (running again after running GMP's tuneup and recompiling) ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 16 v linear algebra completed 2292 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 874h17m) ~ MSIEVE compiled with AOCC, VBITS=256 ~ ./msieve_nompi nc2 skip_matbuild=1 t 16 v linear algebra completed 2552 of 58179007 dimensions (0.0%, ETA 835h52m) 
20211129, 10:23  #318 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
2·491 Posts 
LA has started!
The "correct" filtering run yielded a smaller matrix (51.45M dim) and an ETA of 748h. See you in about a month! This will become a tight squeeze to complete it this year… 
20211229, 12:52  #319 
"Oliver"
Sep 2017
Porta Westfalica, DE
982_{10} Posts 
LA finished around midnight, Sqrt finished this late morning!
The c204 splits as: Code:
p85: 9398306274058835517876773452285421433811804298700628411492881354460266893190900676169 p119: 56759074672135482768139059439123982636409383482413860834736212531749226700107292795549873724127537156325983995935982889 
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