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Old 2017-11-27, 16:02   #232
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I uploaded another, much smaller certificate without problems. Same OS, same Primo version. The trick with putting multiple certificates into one zip archive and "sneaking in" the difficult one did not work.

I am confused.
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Old 2018-01-29, 16:08   #233
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I am suspending indefinitely my work on the composites:
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Resources used by your IP (?) Page requests 14 IDs created 6 Database queries 252 CPU (Wall clock time) 1,507.3 seconds You have reached your hourly limit of 750 seconds CPU-time. Counting since January 29, 2018, 4:45 pm
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Old 2018-03-01, 21:53   #234
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Finally back down below 500,000 composites <= 120 digits. The C100s still look like a formidable barrier.
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Old 2018-03-12, 20:53   #235
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I think I found a bug dating back to when the DB first started:

http://www.factordb.com/index.php?id...00000000000001
http://www.factordb.com/index.php?id...00000000000002

They both say "is a factor of 2099999999951179977-1", yet that number (with 130102999502881806 digits) is far too large to be in the DB.
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Old 2018-03-23, 17:17   #236
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The list of composites with no known factors, http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3 shows blank output. The problem seems to be the first 98 digit number, from experimenting with various limits.

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Old 2018-03-23, 19:12   #237
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The list of composites with no known factors, http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3 shows blank output. The problem seems to be the first 98 digit number, from experimenting with various limits.

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For me, it appears to be the last 97 digit composite (even though a 98 start won't display):
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http://www.factordb.com/stat_1.php
shows nine 97 digit composites, but:
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http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3&mindig=97&perpage=9&start=1&download=9
won't show them. However,:
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http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3&mindig=97&perpage=8&start=1&download=8
shows the first 8. If I try to get all 98s and some 99s,:
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factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3&mindig=98&perpage=20&start=1&download=20
it works fine. Perhaps, the first 98 is misrepresented as a 97. Maybe I'll concentrate a machine there and see what it does.

Last fiddled with by EdH on 2018-03-23 at 19:18 Reason: trying to figure out what I'm saying
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Old 2018-03-24, 03:33   #238
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Maybe I'll concentrate a machine there and see what it does.
I've been concentrating on 97s and 98s on two i7s since the above post. More are showing up faster than I'm processing them.
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Old 2018-03-24, 14:48   #239
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If anyone does contact Syd about this current issue, they might also mention that the following two numbers are prime, but listed in the composites:
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id=1100000000900935563
id=1100000000938546746
On their pages, if you click the "Factorize!" button, they will change to Prime, but it isn't persistent.

This is not causing any real issue, but if he would like to know of minor things to possibly address when he does work on the db, these may be of interest.
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Old 2018-03-28, 14:50   #240
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Quote:
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If anyone does contact Syd about this current issue, they might also mention that the following two numbers are prime, but listed in the composites:
Code:
id=1100000000900935563
id=1100000000938546746
On their pages, if you click the "Factorize!" button, they will change to Prime, but it isn't persistent.

This is not causing any real issue, but if he would like to know of minor things to possibly address when he does work on the db, these may be of interest.
They actually don't change to P. The problem is that there are pairs of records of the same numbers.
I.e.
id=1100000000900935563 = id=1100000000902314000
id=1100000000938546746 = id=1100000000938611710
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Old 2018-03-28, 15:48   #241
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They actually don't change to P. The problem is that there are pairs of records of the same numbers.
I.e.
id=1100000000900935563 = id=1100000000902314000
id=1100000000938546746 = id=1100000000938611710
They don't change permanently, hence the words "isn't persisitent." They do change status to "P" and the "Report factors" box goes away (at least for me), until you leave the page. Thanks for the duplicate info. Of this, I was unaware. Interestingly, all forms of the number point to the correct prime page, so if the affected indices were removed all would be well with nothing lost (other than the index. I wonder what a missing index might do, though)...
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Old 2018-03-28, 16:38   #242
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The (atm) 4 smallest PRPĀ“s cant get proven by Primo due to failture.
Again, its n## which is causing problems. I wonder how they passed pfgw.



I was aware of the numbers duke reported, booth are Primes instead of composite. If Syd finds some time he will fix it.
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