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Old 2016-10-28, 04:08   #386
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I've no idea how residue files interact with the python script, but one file is just fine; the residue is simple text and contains info about the bound, so collecting multiple machine-outputs however you wish will be fine.

I'll still do my 300 at 85e7 and 100 at 29e8, and then as many stage 2 runs as you send me. I can do 40+ a day on my home machine; the rest of my big-memory machines are on campus, less convenient. If you could send a first batch of 100 or 200, I can get started while you generate the rest.

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Old 2016-10-28, 15:03   #387
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I have sent the first set (only 31) to see if I have this right.

Thanks.
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Old 2016-10-28, 22:06   #388
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Stage 2 running fine. i5 Haswell at 3.1Ghz reports 1280 sec at default B2, 1670 sec when B2 increased 50%. Three curves ran at default B2 = 105e12, the rest are at B2 = 157e12. Peak memory usage reported at 11GB, though Windows' task manager reported 9600MB on this 12GB system.
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Old 2016-11-26, 00:06   #389
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Is anyone still working on this sequence? How much ECM to date?
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Old 2016-11-26, 04:32   #390
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Ed and I are nearly complete with 3000 curves at 29e8, the last step of the list of curves recommended by the Bayesian-tool. Ed did the 850M curves on his own, and did all the stage 1 for the batch of 3000; I have about 400 stage2's left to finish by Monday or Tuesday.

In other words, it's ready for poly select.
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Old 2016-12-22, 16:58   #391
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Anybody running poly selection on this? I've no usable GPU, so can't help.
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Old 2016-12-22, 17:03   #392
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Anybody running poly selection on this? I've no usable GPU, so can't help.
I'm finishing up the range 4M-6M with nothing worth while to mention.
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Old 2016-12-24, 15:35   #393
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@RichD
Could you please post a couple of good polys for comparison?
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Old 2016-12-24, 15:44   #394
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This is the best of the worst. It seems like I am getting better results in the lower range so I will take 3M-4M next.
Code:
N: 29460893303338144751360360097976743017149046981259832053501450854362438285630845458294329588136961317820466603439061784124252469966169391148524869909406500896547611862071404959591325864761463
#  expecting poly E from 1.78e-14 to > 2.04e-14
R0: -5829835102728174141944745084896276959
R1: 356962501732057523
A0: -36031486958100139682568148778842058108782662960
A1: -472920013154182272313550606988020009176
A2: 47689079340801846572580984652751
A3: -133180595672051131582978
A4: 3441507769413624
A5: 4374864
skew 127324612.74, size 8.275e-19, alpha -8.184, combined = 1.498e-14 rroots = 3
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Old 2016-12-25, 05:19   #395
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@RichD
My poly is a bit worse by MurphyE (I didn't do the sieving):
Code:
Msieve v. 1.52 (SVN 958)
R0: -10366204263169170624064819000092190451
R1: 3167003643638871221159
A0: 364867283064987729988646535096809590969646190
A1: 59920712473981816141695058062064723417
A2: -3581575424865665716907386475138
A3: -226742704019895008285245
A4: 2873308361106616
A5: 1968960
skew 48662842.43, size 7.710e-019, alpha -6.761, combined = 1.448e-014
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Old 2016-12-26, 15:47   #396
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A slightly better one. It appears no one else is working on this so I will take 2M-3M next,
Code:
N: 29460893303338144751360360097976743017149046981259832053501450854362438285630845458294329588136961317820466603439061784124252469966169391148524869909406500896547611862071404959591325864761463
#  expecting poly E from 1.78e-14 to > 2.04e-14
R0: -6276780782514619985667882765508648847
R1: 51604934946289163
A0: 9066826088936316889152217254424269548636130000
A1: 268194767563710099140925213741702934740
A2: -30484116836539845566393566160476
A3: 5459715678760377949371
A4: 3424128780399254
A5: 3023856
skew 97762107.18, size 8.500e-19, alpha -7.389, combined = 1.539e-14 rroots = 5
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