20130209, 07:38  #111  
Mar 2006
111011000_{2} Posts 
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20130209, 21:09  #112 
Nov 2010
62_{8} Posts 
Finished completely with batch 7. Best I got was 2.42e19 of combined e.

20130210, 19:31  #113 
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
3^{2}×5^{2}×11 Posts 
here are my 5000 best hit
only ran size optimisation... will run root opti for the top 100 but from earlier run, Code:
Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 R0: 6203084730713792276611133070779722382751981 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 R1: 42260925725431380236248723 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A0: 592294109350104075885455758432520983785765035911272504595840 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A1: 44228198432626906079450591344684081042731028765034896 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A2: 1266780839981054007483109448136912523638841412 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A3: 25584881562241130646568639974012624680 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A4: 32136804857417066806626443393 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A5: 3165936771052409436964 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 A6: 7232286821760 Sat Feb 09 12:13:30 2013 skew 88161163.72, size 5.554e020, alpha 12.726, combined = 2.853e019 rroots = 4 Last fiddled with by firejuggler on 20130210 at 19:34 
20130210, 21:13  #114 
Basketry That Evening!
"Bunslow the Bold"
Jun 2011
40<A<43 89<O<88
3×2,399 Posts 
Okay, the batch 3 top5000 root opt is complete, and this was the notverygood best:
Code:
# norm 6.222097e20 alpha 11.905801 e 2.809e19 rroots 4 skew: 61769793.67 c0: 145232831029996093163552361863066803348899730697627094912576 c1: 1472498973799415233497204250419859073914693142439276 c2: 309381525988912811338453294676772024749774984 c3: 512903027606228113001250486017991403 c4: 32343323870153789851863490738 c5: 180328757325985585752 c6: 5966748627840 Y0: 6405170523828211176788244501877849165285655 Y1: 159602931489094517610579779 
20130210, 22:23  #115 
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
3^{2}×5^{2}×11 Posts 
best poly only slightly better
Code:
Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 R0: 6121810884144972706146540517486139870590622 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 R1: 2435907600823901442520753 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A0: 300111002775699634366748860938862248175411656644137966719225 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A1: 17621784293264685805864325144713943857874136634393260 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A2: 498095951660428193317679316044985385382946564 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A3: 24445078002437030133657739422237219418 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A4: 206436615132453702777897484267 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A5: 2593745547217833521550 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 A6: 7827849469440 Sun Feb 10 23:04:13 2013 skew 67686502.19, size 5.627e020, alpha 12.009, combined = 2.887e019 rroots = 6 Last fiddled with by firejuggler on 20130210 at 22:23 
20130211, 14:45  #116 
Basketry That Evening!
"Bunslow the Bold"
Jun 2011
40<A<43 89<O<88
3·2,399 Posts 
Top 1000 of batch 6 revealed this betterbutnotgreat best:
Code:
Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 polynomial selection complete Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 R0: 6861489586646307495841370548381377833058191 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 R1: 3562982110672646277353362747 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A0: 1397116357446289568248089240738277216190197418531172590400 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A1: 2798522157134386626865301273289555923795160762285992 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A2: 131505870094157041369095365530216420938114820 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A3: 3167161386190221226627602128211193654 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A4: 43173308215309686805724932635 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A5: 618865219486539197262 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 A6: 3948311727360 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 skew 50359208.73, size 5.943e20, alpha 11.761, combined = 3.105e19 rroots = 4 Sun Feb 10 21:03:13 2013 elapsed time 05:18:06 Last fiddled with by Dubslow on 20130211 at 14:46 
20130214, 21:52  #118  
Tribal Bullet
Oct 2004
3×1,163 Posts 
Quote:
ncr "stage2_norm=1e100" to see if the best poly changes? If you take the stage 1 hit of this polynomial, then run the CADO size optimization and the CADO root sieve, you get a polynomial that is the 3rdbest across the entire batch, with an E value of 3.47e19 I've also seen it go the other way, where Msieve produces a polynomial 20% better than the CADO tools, starting from the same stage 1 hit. I wish this process was a more exact science :( 

20130215, 16:53  #119 
Basketry That Evening!
"Bunslow the Bold"
Jun 2011
40<A<43 89<O<88
3·2,399 Posts 
Okay, I only found one sizeopt hit where both leading coeffs were the same. The results aren't very encouraging, though per the last command it's entirely possible I screwed it up.
Code:
bill@Gravemind ~/msieve ∰∂ grep "159602931489094517610579779" batch3.ms  grep "5966748627840" > thebigtest.ms bill@Gravemind ~/msieve ∰∂ cat thebigtest.ms 5966748627840 292915719056610727512 36064024000366164152339517778 84497976889235989825064880544623387 4788238179361086188471687577637977225787162 4303872043414327223117808302910530617580272619100 81812578696380352446961680035616654504774205872670962790 159602931489094517610579779 6405170523326284855312354542737323010776179 3.25 7.963209e+32 bill@Gravemind ~/msieve ∰∂ ./msieve s thebigtest npr "stage2_norm=1e100" v v Msieve v. 1.51 (SVN 839M) Fri Feb 15 10:57:05 2013 random seeds: 3f19d3de de1d536a factoring 412023436986659543855531365332575948179811699844327982845455626433876445565248426198098870423161841879261420247188869492560931776375033421130982397485150944909106910269861031862704114880866970564902903653658867433731720813104105190864254793282601391257624033946373269391 (270 digits) no P1/P+1/ECM available, skipping commencing number field sieve (270digit input) R0: 6405170523828211176788244501877849165285655 R1: 159602931489094517610579779 A0: 145232831029996093163552361863066803348899730697627094912576 A1: 1472498973799415233497204250419859073914693142439276 A2: 309381525988912811338453294676772024749774984 A3: 512903027606228113001250486017991403 A4: 32343323870153789851863490738 A5: 180328757325985585752 A6: 5966748627840 skew 61769793.67, size 5.287e20, alpha 11.906, combined = 2.809e19 rroots = 4 elapsed time 00:00:02 bill@Gravemind ~/msieve ∰∂ ls thebigtest.p ls: cannot access thebigtest.p: No such file or directory Last fiddled with by Dubslow on 20130215 at 16:57 
20130215, 17:40  #120 
Tribal Bullet
Oct 2004
3·1,163 Posts 
make sure to delete the .fb file from previous runs; poly selection won't happen if a poly was previously selected :)

20130215, 18:06  #121 
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
3^{2}·5^{2}·11 Posts 
Since I had a slightly better poly than Dubslow, could anyone run the root optimisation on CADO to see if it get any better?
ms line is Code:
7827849469440 1688698656210866333070 412741298353303163926536130117 22088628597291494753673208243029819 2460026875023452236191886387968291153532877 51597763639642042798524045753868032621520266693 1903072627680759370872623350274028735027372531045504753 2435907600823901442520753 6121810884098033236808830895701743366785951 2.85 2.713411e+033 Last fiddled with by firejuggler on 20130215 at 18:25 
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