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Greg
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Message 515 - Posted: 31 Jul 2010, 19:03:50 UTC

2,904+ is factored. This was #4 on the Cunningham Project's Ten Most Wanted list. The composite cofactor was the product of 81-digit and 130-digit prime numbers. We still need lots of sievers! Let's push 12,254+ through as quickly as possible and start the record-sized numbers!

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Message 519 - Posted: 9 Aug 2010, 21:46:41 UTC
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Out of interest which application is 12,254+ using lasievee, lasievef? On 08/08 I got round 109 tasks all 3,563+. I would like to help with 12,254+ since you are wanting to push it through as fast as possible. I'm can do 12 3,563+ tasks per hour with HT on

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Message 520 - Posted: 9 Aug 2010, 22:31:11 UTC - in response to Message 519.
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It uses lasievef and requires a bit under 1GB of memory per active workunit. Just enable lasievef in your NFS@Home preferences if it is disabled. You may have trouble running all lasievef workunits, though, as you might run short of memory with 12 running, so I suggest either leaving lasievee active as well so you will get a mix or disabling HT.

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Message 521 - Posted: 9 Aug 2010, 23:04:39 UTC
Last modified: 9 Aug 2010, 23:15:34 UTC

Thanks for info, if I run 12,254+ I'll disable HT maybe I have 12GB of Kingston 1333 DDR3 ram

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