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Old 2021-06-09, 14:03   #1882
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What about manually setting DaysOfWork=0? That way, you'll never get automatic work and the results still will be reported normally.
That may help. I'll try it.
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Old 2021-06-09, 14:08   #1883
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When I add the P-1 method with B1=740000, B2=20264000 for this prime in factordb, it says "Err: Calculated grouporder 2004109083829816426995592902<28> is not within B1/B2 bounds (B1=740000, B2=20264000). Please check your result!"
Maybe it's got a problem with the exponent P=103695649.

2004109083829816426995592902 = 2 * 3 * 281 * 29917 * 47269 * 8106041 * 103695649, so the biggest factor is 103695649, the exponent, which is bigger than B2=20264000.

Is it possible it's not accounting for the special form of Mersenne factors, which allows ignoring P as a factor of Q-1 (Q is the factor found) and only using the general rules for factors found by the P-1 method?
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Old 2021-06-09, 14:20   #1884
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Is it possible it's not accounting for the special form of Mersenne factors, which allows ignoring P as a factor of Q-1 (Q is the factor found) and only using the general rules for factors found by the P-1 method?
That's probably it.
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Old 2021-06-10, 09:11   #1885
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M1001159 has a 120.912-bit (37-digit) factor: 2500439903769890259112379635985290039 (P-1,B1=10000000,B2=1110000000)

Is it Christmas already? This one should come in at about 365th place.
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Old 2021-06-10, 10:30   #1886
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No, no, no, I have no budget for christmass right now. So it is NOT christmass. At least for another 6 month.

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Old 2021-06-10, 13:51   #1887
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M1001159 has a 120.912-bit (37-digit) factor: 2500439903769890259112379635985290039 (P-1,B1=10000000,B2=1110000000)

Is it Christmas already? This one should come in at about 365th place.
You have bet my best. I am in the 120 bit club too. Very nice catch.
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Old 2021-06-12, 19:01   #1888
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M23554211 has a 114.027-bit (35-digit) factor: 21164767805799094411604254592575543 (P-1,B1=1200000,B2=79200000)
I also have a near Christmass time

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Old 2021-06-13, 04:28   #1889
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We found both an 98.x and 101.x bits factors in 35.1M range, what's worth mentioning them is the fact they were both found in a row, one after the other, and both found [U]in stage 1[/U] (!)
They are not sync'd on James' site yet, but they are indeed very smooth!

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Old 2021-06-13, 09:33   #1890
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We found both an 98.x and 101.x bits factors in 35.1M range, what's worth mentioning them is the fact they were both found in a row, one after the other, and both found in stage 1 (!)
They are not sync'd on James' site yet, but they are indeed very smooth!
Your 98.x factor directs to 83.x factor and 101.x factor directs to 98.x factor.
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Old 2021-06-13, 10:06   #1891
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Fixed, thank you very much! (I didn't edit the quote in your post, only my post). I got lost in so many factors and links. But in this case, the 101 is not anymore "smooth". My mistake. As they were not yet on mersenne.ca at the time, I wrongly remembered their size (which is displayed when reporting), and I assumed the 101 was the smooth one (the "smoothness" is deduced from the amount of credit given, you don't need to do any calculation or to see the k value to know your factor is very smooth, hehe).

Therefore, to repair the damage, take this new 115 bits guy here...

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