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Old 2020-08-26, 14:08   #2
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"Ed Hall"
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I don't think that's any kind of problem, even if you hadn't supplied factors. The number is minuscule compared to how many new numbers are added to the db continuously and, as I understand it, the db exists to compile composites and primes.

As to the missing of a smaller composite, I had experienced this when working with a script that would grab the last number on a retrieved last line page. I had to rewrite the script to look for the last "composite" on the page. It's been a while since I used that script, so I don't remember the details fully, but I think I looked for the blue highlight (<font color="#002099">).

Edit: As to the spam issue, that shows up as multi thousands of numbers added in waves and the db just accepts them, happily adding them to its list of numbers. You don't fit that description.

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