Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 00:56:16 -0400
From: "B. Dodson"
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To: Paul Zimmermann
Subject: PS on ecm paper
Dear Paul,
Well, it's a bit late, but there's at last a p6x for ecm 2006; a
rather nice one at 67-digits, from 10,381+ C217, with p147 cofactor.
Limits at b1=260M were again not hardly used,
[ <2, 2>, <3, 1>, <131, 1>, <124847, 1>, <1244459, 1>, <1785599, 1>,
<3000931, 1>, <4032877, 1>, <27225659, 1>, <29985143, 1>, <87373729, 1>,
<11805290281, 1> ]
so b1=87.4M would have been enough, b2=11.8e9 so 200*(2nd largest)
would have sufficed. Still using your early 6.1 binary.
Best Regards, Bruce
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GMP-ECM 2006-03-13 [powered by GMP 4.1] [ECM]
Input number is
1009342896093598497779073565555297793634912097024613160705050252018362252646940962166733304631155103166829723922295200013852066602135544397087747985877524133291986126801290042969097513730326998650850605170907339801
(214 digits)
Using B1=260000000, B2=2328824422480, polynomial Dickson(30),
sigma=834412411
Step 1 took 2516300ms
Step 2 took 932081ms
********** Factor found in step 2:
4444349792156709907895752551798631908946180608768737946280238078881
Found probable prime factor of 67 digits:
4444349792156709907895752551798631908946180608768737946280238078881
Probable prime cofactor
227106988265159616528571981140572415396122551755756282296008613353922816015404819504625289055134338407924996143023758066472872886277706507970899321
has 147 digits
Report your potential champion to Richard Brent
(see http://wwwmaths.anu.edu.au/~brent/ftp/champs.txt)