20171012, 13:24  #2179 
Feb 2012
Paris, France
7·23 Posts 
C161_3613045528091_17 (14e)
C161_3613045528091_17 is factored.
Code:
Thu Oct 12 13:15:21 2017 p70 factor: 6973758502234253884181929362856224995385676641649925515421567582226967 Thu Oct 12 13:15:21 2017 p91 factor: 2615526656926701787299805440932520462192513375052362998296857110075036721543122390667728507 Log attached and at https://pastebin.com/t01fTH5Z. 
20171012, 13:48  #2180 
(loop (#_fork))
Feb 2006
Cambridge, England
1100100101001_{2} Posts 
YuL: you have some pretty impressive compute resource there! Would you be able to run for ~100 wallclock hours to deal with Lucas(1321) ?
Last fiddled with by fivemack on 20171012 at 13:52 
20171012, 13:53  #2181 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2^{3}·5^{4} Posts 
C224_148_86 factors
Code:
prp89 factor: 36004488451441119651214513502118979442636734789885920973089090859209192780295366731792917 prp136 factor: 1267270686372475929419863116308088251546931487306166069492255355460668707763455774860254500940743946722371347667053477745796394829918369 log at https://pastebin.com/QzrLFYLq c226_143_57 is 30% complete, about two more weeks. 
20171012, 13:56  #2182 
Feb 2012
Paris, France
7·23 Posts 
Amazon EC2, 100 hours of 4x r4.16xlarge would cost me ~480$ :).
Last fiddled with by YuL on 20171012 at 13:57 
20171012, 14:43  #2183 
"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California
2·683 Posts 
Reserving C192_249541_41 please.

20171012, 15:48  #2184 
(loop (#_fork))
Feb 2006
Cambridge, England
14451_{8} Posts 

20171013, 18:51  #2185 
Sep 2008
Kansas
2^{3}×431 Posts 
Taking C227_140_61 next.

20171013, 20:20  #2186 
Sep 2008
Kansas
2^{3}·431 Posts 
C225_140_138 factored
About 354 hours (power outage) to solve 19.7M matrix using t 4, w/ TD=144.
Code:
p81 factor: 204743040471511957974607832522577158823452984876200257817529201941362845184315697 p145 factor: 2647406304735019701172167099689199866467319081702657342977655939289431878262715543870119797539665236347622085873613993044340283536212695425604817 Last fiddled with by fivemack on 20171026 at 14:28 
20171013, 21:19  #2187  
"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California
1366_{10} Posts 
C191_22926121_31 factored
Quote:
Code:
p93 factor: 914270024491921792401085778556927231150530617854161585172963998054586105241044056026056902827 p98 factor: 23790037067171663886838174425797681923684271024161057724917436107609767438289181684247267006610009 Factors added to Factordb. 

20171015, 12:29  #2188 
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"Tim Sorbera"
Aug 2006
San Antonio, TX USA
4268_{10} Posts 
I'm postprocessing C213_142_112 with 449159757 relations (I started it with a few relations still pending to be reported to NFS@Home). At first I tried a target_density of 120 (a standard value for me), but it failed to enter the LA step. So I tried it again without specifying a target_density and it has begun LA on 29.7 million dimensions.
Only thing is that it's estimating about 30 days on my i54670K to complete linear algebra. Is this to be expected, or is there something I should do to speed it up? I don't have a problem letting it run, just want to know I'm not wasting my time. I don't think I've done a job this big before. Log attached. Last fiddled with by MiniGeek on 20171015 at 12:31 
20171015, 17:39  #2189  
Jun 2012
C83_{16} Posts 
Quote:
That said, a SNFS 263 is never going to be a one week job on a single machine. Good luck! 

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