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moebius 2020-09-13 14:57

primenet: Factors found recently (today) but PRP-tests are still assigned!
 
[M]10055621[/M]
[M]10039453[/M]
[M]10015301[/M]
[M]10013147[/M]
[B]Can someone inform the users or change the server configuration?[/B]

kruoli 2020-09-13 15:03

That should be PRP-CF-tests, not "normal" PRP-tests, since they are around 10M, not 100M.

Or what do you want the user to know?

moebius 2020-09-13 15:07

Unfortunately you cannot see whether it is PRP-CF or an error in the configuration. In any case, normal PRP tests would no longer make sense.It was probably my fault, but better to ask than not to say anything.

chris2be8 2020-09-13 15:26

In those 4 cases the factors were found years ago and the assignments are recent. So they must be PRP-CF assignmenst to check if the cofactor is prime.

The only bad case is if a factor is found *after* an assigment has been issued.

Chris

Viliam Furik 2020-09-13 15:28

[QUOTE=chris2be8;556869]In those 4 cases the factors were found years ago...[/QUOTE]

I must correct you. Those factors were found [B]today[/B] by me.

Uncwilly 2020-09-13 15:35

And those are all in the range for first time PRP-CF. 10M is the current norm for those assignments.

ATH 2020-09-13 17:22

The PRP-CF "wavefront" is at 10.5M, but as soon as new factors are found for exponents <10.5M they are assigned to PRP-CF.


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