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NFS@Home currently is sieving the following numbers using the lasievee app. When you participate in NFS@Home, work for one or more of these numbers will be assigned to your computer. The parameters defining the number will be downloaded to your computer, and the computed 'relations' needed for the post processing step will be uploaded to the main server. This happens automatically; you don't have to do anything. See the bottom of the page for the meaning of each column.

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#NameProjectTypeBitsQ rangePushedUnsentPendingReceivedRelationsEst. Pending RelsPost processing / Comments
1 C208_124_107XYYXFSNFS(257.46)3130-250 M100 %0054999261,113,5084,747Rich Dickerson
2 C228 from 150^142+142^150XYYXFSNFS(283.36)3320-700 M100 %129901671521,267,804,38421,593,753
3 Fib(1301)FibonacciSNFS(271.54)3220-300 M40.28 %2930139881121582,946,252103,950,920
4 Lucas(1307)LucasSNFS(273.15)3220-360 M6.53 %5556000...
5 Lucas(1321)LucasSNFS(276.07)3220-400 M3.5 %3334000...
6 Fibonacci(1321)FibonacciSNFS(275.72)3220-400 M3.5 %3334000...
7 Lucas(3795) second Aurifeuillian cofactorLucasGNFS(178.05)3230-150 M9.47 %2842000...
8 HP2(4496) step 313 cofactorHomePrimesGNFS(180.09)3250-250 M5.55 %2778000...Ben Meekins

Total size of result files: 101.5 GB

Queued

These numbers are planned, they are currently reviewed or waiting for space on the server disk, and will soon be processed.

#NameProjectTypeBitsPost processing / Comments

Queued for post processing

These numbers have been successfully sieved, and are waiting for someone to post process them. We're still receiving pending results, but no work is generated because we have sufficient relations.

#NameProjectTypeBitsQ rangePushedUnsentPendingReceivedRelationsEst. Pending RelsPost processing / Comments

Total size of MANAGED pending files: 0 GB

Post processing

These numbers have been successfully sieved, and are being post processed

#NameProjectTypeBitsPost processing / Comments
1 148^83 + 83^148 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(194.58)33Sean Wellman
2 C196 cofactor from 135^124+124^135XYYXFGNFS(195.68)33Tom Womack
3 135^128+128^135 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(289.1)33Greg Childers

Completed

These numbers have been successfully factored

#NameProjectTypeBitsPost processing / Comments
1 11,301+CunninghamSNFS(268.7)31G. Childers: P104 * P107
2 11,301-CunninghamSNFS(268.7)31G. Childers: P106 * P156
3 3,637-CunninghamSNFS(260.5)31M. Vang: P85 * P127
4 3,637+CunninghamSNFS(260.5)31M. Vang: P63 * P66 * P109
5 3,725+CunninghamGNFS(179.4)32M. Vang: P79 * P102
6 1723,83-OddPerfectSNFS(271.8)31G. Childers: P87 * P180
7 3617523089023,19-OddPerfectSNFS(238.6)31Thomas Womack: P84 * P143
8 5233,71-OddPerfectSNFS(267.8)31G. Childers: P93 * P169
9 F1797FibonacciSNFS(250.4)31G. Childers: P112 * P136
10 F1821FibonacciSNFS(253.7)31Thomas Womack: P66 * P73 * P80
11 F1839FibonacciSNFS(256.2)31G. Childers: P66 * P90 * P98
12 F1229FibonacciSNFS(256.5)31Carlos Pinho: P79 * P82 * P82
13 L1797LucasSNFS(250.4)31G. Childers: P72 * P115
14 L1201LucasSNFS(251.0)31Carlos Pinho: P81 * P138
15 L1803LucasSNFS(251.2)31Carlos Pinho: P96 * P120
16 L1809LucasSNFS(252.0)31Thomas Womack: P88 * P124
17 L1812LucasSNFS(252.5)31Thomas Womack: P71 * P180
18 L1213LucasSNFS(253.5)31Jarod McClintock: P61 * P185
19 L1821LucasSNFS(253.7)31Thomas Womack: P57 * P60 * P103
20 L1217LucasSNFS(254.3)31Thomas Womack P99 * P100
21 L1421LucasSNFS(254.5)31Thomas Womack: P66 * P147
22 L1827LucasSNFS(254.5)31Thomas Womack: P94 * P102
23 L1342LucasSNFS(255.0 (quintic))31Thomas Womack: P55 * P56 * P96
24 L1833LucasSNFS(255.4)31Thomas Womack: P85 * P97
25 C176_3270_677AliquotGNFS(176)31Thomas Womack: P83 * P93
26 L1839LucasSNFS(256.2)31Thomas Womack: P71 * P128
27 L1228LucasSNFS(256.6)31G. Childers: P97 * P108
28 L1229LucasSNFS(256.8)31G. Childers: P80 * P115
29 L1851LucasSNFS(257.9)31G. Childers: P56 * P132
30 L1237LucasSNFS(258.5)31G. Childers: P61 * P176
31 L1364LucasSNFS(259.1 (quintic))31Thomas Womack: P93 * P159
32 C178_8352_1755AliquotGNFS(178)31Thomas Womack: P71 * P107
33 F1231FibonacciSNFS(256.9)31G. Childers: P88 * P123
34 F1237FibonacciSNFS(258.2)31Thomas Womack: P61 * P128
35 F1241FibonacciSNFS(259)31Thomas Womack: P86 * P145
36 F1259FibonacciSNFS(262.8)31Thomas Womack: P83 * P148
37 F1463FibonacciSNFS(262.1)31Thomas Womack: P78 * P111
38 F1881FibonacciSNFS(262.1)31Thomas Womack: P60 * P119
39 F1893FibonacciSNFS(263.7)31Thomas Womack: P82 * P157
40 C178_3270_687AliquotGNFS(178)31Thomas Womack: P70 * P108
41 C169_2340_723AliquotGNFS(169)31Thomas Womack: P68 * P101
42 C176_118_93XYYXFSNFS(236.2)31Sean Wellman: P86 * P90
43 L1860LucasSNFS(259.1)31Thomas Womack: P85 * P117
44 L1247LucasSNFS(260.6)31Carlos Pinho: P90 * P129
45 L1872LucasSNFS(260.8)31Thomas Womack: P74 * P168
46 L1252LucasSNFS(261.7)31Thomas Womack: P85 * P100
47 L1878LucasSNFS(261.7)31Thomas Womack: P93 * P143
48 L1264LucasSNFS(264.2)31Thomas Womack: P87 * P130
49 L1902LucasSNFS(265.0)31Tim Sorbera: P69 * P163
50 C175_5748_1526AliquotGNFS(175)31Thomas Womack: P78 * P97
51 C176_3270_692AliquotGNFS(176)32Thomas Womack: P65 * P111
52 C179_2340_732AliquotGNFS(179)32Thomas Womack: P66 * P113
53 C169_123_109XYYXFGNFS(169)31Sean Wellman: P73 * P96
54 C169_141_71XYYXFGNFS(169)31Sean Wellman: P73 * P96
55 L1908LucasSNFS(265.8)31Thomas Womack: P119 * P143
56 L1277LucasSNFS(267)31Thomas Womack: P133 * P135
57 L1279LucasSNFS(268)31Thomas Womack: P68 * P201
58 L1282LucasSNFS(268)31Victor de Hollander: P118 * P127
59 L1286LucasSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: P107 * P124
60 L1289LucasSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: P72 * P188
61 L1291LucasSNFS(270)31Youcef Lemsafer: P106 * P154
62 L1923LucasSNFS(268)31Victor de Hollander: p64 * p174
63 L1926LucasSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: P100 * P107
64 F1271FibonacciSNFS(265.3)31Victor de Hollander: p67 * p162
65 F1277FibonacciSNFS(266.5)31Victor de Hollander: p96 * p150
66 C170_5748_1537AliquotGNFS(170)32Tom Womack: p76 * p95
67 C178_8352_1764AliquotGNFS(177.1)32Tom Womack: p56 * p122 (16/04/2015)
68 78887_250Near-repdigitSNFS(250.9)31Tom Womack: p75 * p177 (15 Feb 2015)
69 C176_2340_736AliquotGNFS(175.3)32Tom Womack: p83 * p94 (15/2/15)
70 C253_137_80XYYXFSNFS(262.6)32Sean Wellman: p64 * p93 * p97
71 F1273FibonacciSNFS(266)31Victor de Hollander: p110 * p112
72 F1289FibonacciSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: p56 * p180
73 F1917FibonacciSNFS(267)31Tom Womack: p97 * p112
74 F1391FibonacciSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: p104 * p140
75 F1929FibonacciSNFS(269)31Victor de Hollander: p82 * p100
76 C223_138_124XYYXFSNFS(255.2)32Sean Wellman: p111 * p113
77 114!+1FactorialGNFS(186.4)32Tom Womack: p92 * p96 (sieved on rational side)
78 C174_139_129XYYXFGNFS(173.3)32Sean Wellman: p78 * p96
79 146^106+106^146XYYXFGNFS(169.5)32Tom Womack: p79 * p91 (10 May 2015)
80 C178_HP2_4496_270HomePrimesGNFS(178)31Ben Meekins: p63 * p115
81 139^137+137^139 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(179)32Tom Womack: p87 * p92 (19/06/2015)
82 C193_2340_742AliquotGNFS(192.3)32Tom Womack: p64 * p129 17/8/2015
83 P58^5-1OddPerfectSNFS(231)32Tom Womack: P101 * P129 28-07-2015
84 C190_3270_698AliquotGNFS(189.97)32Tom Womack: P82 * P109 31/8/15
85 147^125+125^147XYYXFGNFS(181.1)32Tom Womack: P79 * P103 (ChristianB polsel) 23/08/15
86 132^101+101^132XYYXFSNFS(266.7)32Youcef Lemsafer: p86 * p176
87 135^82+82^135XYYXFSNFS(257)32Tom Womack: P123 * P135
88 139^75+75^139XYYXFSNFS(261)32Tom Womack: P103*P158 (24/9/2015)
89 C194 from 4788 term 5236AliquotGNFS(194)33Tom Womack: P95 * P99 8-Nov-2015
90 F1405FibonacciSNFS(235)32Tom Womack: P58 * P63 * P115 (16/Oct/2015)
91 F1415FibonacciSNFS(236)32M. Vang: P63 * P174
92 115!+1FactorialGNFS(188.47)32M. Vang: p86 * p103
93 Euclid-Mullin C188Euclid-MullinGNFS(187.94)32Tom Womack: P91 * P98
94 C184_HP2_4496_294 HomePrimesGNFS(183.22)32Ben Meekins: p83 * p101
95 L1397LucasSNFS(265.4)32M. Vang: p56 * p204
96 142^141+141^142XYYXFGNFS(184.2)32Sean Wellman: p80 * p105
97 F1297FibonacciSNFS(270.7)32Tom Womack: P119 * P127
98 131^97+97^131XYYXFSNFS(260.3)32Tom Womack: p63 * p83 * p114
99 C175 from aliquot sequence 4788 term 5241AliquotGNFS(174.2)32Bill Winslow: p87 * p88
100 128^95+95^128 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(257.4)32Sean Wellman: p68 * p71 * p72
101 4051^71-1OddPerfectSNFS(259.74)32Dmitry Domanov: p75 * p179
102 4091^71-1OddPerfectSNFS(261)32Tom Womack: P95 * P159
103 Euclid-Mullin C198Euclid-MullinGNFS(197.2)33G. Childers: P83 * P115
104 149^47+47^149XYYXFSNFS(254.5)31Sean Wellman: p87 * p113
105 146^61+61^146XYYXFSNFS(266.7)32Sean Wellman: P99 * P101
106 150^148+148^150XYYXFSNFS(284.7)32Tom Womack: P62 * P138
107 C181 from aliquot sequence 3366:2124AliquotGNFS(180.19)32Tom Womack: P80 * P101
108 C219 from 145^66+66^145XYYXFSNFS(263.8)32Tom Womack: p90 * p130
109 HomePrimes base 2 (start 4496, step 296)HomePrimesGNFS(189.4)32Ben Meekins: p63 * p128
110 C173 from aliquot sequence 933436:12507AliquotGNFS(173)31Dmitry Domanov: p85 * p89 (enough ECM by Dmitry Domanov)
111 251101831^29-1OddPerfectSNFS(252.0)32Tom Womack: p105 * p125
112 118^109+109^118XYYXFSNFS(240.4)32Dmitry Domanov: P74 * P152
113 119^103+103^119XYYXFSNFS(239.5)32Sean Wellman: p89 * p125
114 148^94+94^148XYYXFGNFS(176.7)32Dmitry Domanov: p87 * p91
115 C167 from aliquot 3366:2132AliquotGNFS(166.9)32Dmitry Domanov: P53 * P115
116 125^111+111^125XYYXFSNFS(257.7)32Dmitry Domanov: p79 * p175
117 C237 from 142^49+49^142XYYXFSNFS(240.0)31Dmitry Domanov: p111 * p127
118 C182 from Aliquot sequence 933436:12513AliquotGNFS(182)32Dmitry Domanov: p89 * p93 (ECM to nearly t60 by Dmitry Domanov)
119 227_125_minus1OddPerfectSNFS(235.6 (quartic))32Tom Womack: p82 * p145 (ECM to ? by ?)
120 140^113+113^140 C188 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(187.7)32Tom Womack: p74 * p115
121 C173_139_59XYYXFGNFS(173)31Sean Wellman: p65 * p109 (ECM to t55 by yoyo@home ?)
122 P55 (139803...)^5-1OddPerfectSNFS(216.6)31Tom Womack: P16 * P94 * P99
123 6^347+5^347HomCunSNFS(271.5)32Sean Wellman: p91 * p92
124 132^125+125^132 (corrected parameters)XYYXFGNFS(187.7)32Tom Womack: p79 * p110 (ECM to t60 by yoyo@home mainly)
125 Cofactor of 241^125-1OddPerfectSNFS(238.2 (quartic))31Tom Womack: p53 * p80 * p92
126 149^78+78^149XYYXFGNFS(187.13)33Tom Womack: p75 * p113
127 130^87+87^130XYYXFsnfs(256)32Tom Womack: P85 * P161
128 133^82+82^133XYYXFsnfs(258.78)32Dmitry Domanov: p102 * p148
129 142^98+98^142XYYXFSNFS(253.86)32Sean Wellman: p71 * p179
130 146^80+80^146XYYXFSNFS(253.77)32Tom Womack: p61 * p77 * p113
131 121^118+118^121XYYXFSNFS(250.7)31Tom Womack: p63 * p150
132 140^81+81^140XYYXFSNFS(267.19)32Dmitry Domanov: p100 * p161
133 149^61+61^149XYYXFSNFS(267.80)32Tom Womack: P50 * P208
134 133^99+99^133XYYXFSNFS(265.42)32Tom Womack: p54 * p91 * p115
135 HomePrimes base 2 (start 4496, step 296)HomePrimesGNFS(187.65)32Ben Meekins: p80 * p108
136 133^103+103^133 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(180.15)32Sean Wellman: p62 * p119
137 C269_140_83XYYXFSNFS(270.82)32 Tom Womack: P57 * P212
138 131^81+81^131 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(177.99)32Dmitry Domanov: p78 * p101
139 Cofactor from 136^69+69^136XYYXFGNFS(173.40)32Tom Womack: p71 * p104
140 135^109+109^135 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(180.46)32Sean Wellman: p72 * p109
141 136^109+109^136 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(181.50)32Tom Womack
142 133^71+71^133 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(177.6)32Tom Womack: p86 * p92
143 150^116+116^150XYYXFSNFS(276.15)32Tom Womack: P78 * P198
144 136^105+105^136 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(278.92)33Tom Womack: P133 * P139
145 150^122+122^150 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(277.63)32 Tom Womack: P137 * P141
146 127^118+118^127 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(182.7)32Tom Womack: p70 * p114
147 142^59+59^142 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(255.0)32Tom Womack: P61 * P127
148 122^99+99^122 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(250.17)32Carlos Pinho: p56 * p169
149 124^91+91^124 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(248.59)32Tom Womack: p111 * p120
150 124^89+89^124 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(248.85)32Dmitry Domanov: p63 * p175
151 121^116+116^121 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(251.36)32Tom Womack: P84 * P157
152 130^83+83^130 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(253.11)32Tom Womack: p58 * p186
153 Aliquot sequence 3270:720AliquotGNFS(177.54)32Tom Womack: p82 * p96
154 127^92+92^127 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(252.64)31Jon Becker: p98 * p141
155 127^93+93^127 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(253.05)31Jon Becker: p51 * p186
156 128^105+105^128 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(264.06)32Tom Womack: P87 * P163
157 128^111+111^128 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(267.28)32Tom Womack: P97 * P160
158 129^110+110^129 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(270.78)32Tom Womack: P67 * P87 * P108
159 130^107+107^130 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(268.14)32Tom Womack: p58 * p202
160 126^125+125^126 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(268.00)32Youcef Lemsafer: p72 * p188
161 C177_HP2_4496_300HomePrimesGNFS(177)31Ben Meekins: p77 * p101
162 141^86+86^141 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(272.76)33Tom Womack: P87 * P110
163 145^72+72^145 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(274)32Youcef Lemsafer: p86 * p100
164 127^88+88^127 cofactor (repeat)XYYXFSNFS(248.3)31Tom Womack: p103 * p128
165 142^67+67^142 cofactorXYYXFGNFS(186.9)32Tom Womack: p74 * p114
166 125! + 1FactorialGNFS(184)32Youcef Lemsafer: p65 * p120
167 13*2^905-1Near-CunninghamGNFS(172)31Mike Curtis: p62 * p110
168 147^47+47^147XYYXFSNFS(245.80)31Sean Wellman: p64 * p181
169 208097431^29 - 1OddPerfectSNFS(249.55)32Sean Wellman: p72 * p157
170 9+5_295Homogeneous CunninghamSNFS(225.20 (quartic))31Sean Wellman: p87 * p95
171 126^113+113^126XYYXFSNFS(260.7)31Sean Wellman: p95 * p96
172 C187 from 141^61+61^141XYYXFSNFS(255.1)31Mike Curtis: p51 * p93 * p95
173 143^93+93^143XYYXFGNFS(192.3)33Tom Womack: p65 * p129
174 134^87+87^134 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(259.9)32Tom Womack (p87 * p115)
175 C198 cofactor of 149^50+50^149XYYXFSNFS(256.3)32Tom Womack: p63 * p135
176 C191 from aliquot sequence 3408 step 1668AliquotGNFS(190.47)32Sean Wellman: p86 * p105
177 131^69+69^131 C202 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(243.0)31Sean Wellman: p96 * p107
178 144^91+91^144XYYXFSNFS(285.4)32Mike Curtis: p92 * p103
179 130^121+121^130 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(277.0)32G. Childers: P81 * P114
180 131^102+102^131 cofactorXYYXFSNFS(267.3)31Tom Womack: p57 * p67 * p69
181 C208_127_105XYYXFSNFS(260.79)31Tom Womack: p72 * p137

Explanations

Name: The name identifying the number (Cnnn=composite, etc, project dependent) - probably the workunits name prefix

Project: The factoring project for which this number is sieved

Type: Factoring algorithm and relative calculation difficulty

Bits: Another measure of difficulty, indicating how much relations are required

Q range: Sieving range, indicating the total number of workunits, each one managing 4k Q values

Pushed: Fraction of the Q range for which workunits have been generated

Unsent: Workunits that have been generated but not sent to anyone yet

Pending: Workunits that have been sent to clients for computation

Received: Workunits that have been processed by clients, and that we have received and accumulated

Relations: Cumulated number of NFS relations in all the received results

Est. Pending Rels: Estimated number of relations in the pending result, calculated from the number of received relations and results



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