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Old 2019-11-03, 17:20   #12
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The limit you will probably hit is no more than 5000 page requests per hour. So if you are doing nothing else a 1 second delay between requests will keep you under the limit.

That assumes your page requests don't use much CPU time or very many database queries each. And that you aren't creating IDs with your queries.

Note that the limit is per IP address. So if you have several systems all behind one IP address on the internet they share the limits.

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Thanks Chris,

I'm currently not really dealing with the db hardly at all. I was trying to stay under 1k because I couldn't remember the numbers. Other than this script, I probably hit the db less than a dozen times a day lately. After I see how this run progresses, maybe I'll shorten the delay and run another with some positive test cases inserted. It would be nice to have this run in less than 24 hours.

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Old 2019-11-03, 22:38   #13
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I edited the script to pick up where it left off, if aborted. I now have it restarted with a 2 second break rather than 4. I'm optimistically expecting completion tomorrow morning. There might be a potential problem, though - my RPi is limited to <1G memory. I haven't calculated how much two 64-bit arrays with 28k elements will take. There's not really a lot of swap space either. On the bright side, if it crashes, now I can pick up from there and continue on a different machine.


Edit: I took a look at the stats I was using and it looks like a 4 second delay is a must. I almost topped out the last hour and I did a bunch of arithmetic and found that each call causes a little less than 2000 db queries.

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Old 2019-11-04, 17:48   #14
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Well, my script needs some serious work, but it did notice that 1465290 is still in AllSeq.txt although it has terminated.
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Old 2019-11-05, 02:22   #15
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I did an entire sweep of the AllSeq.txt listing and found no merges. I did inject one that was found, but my script isn't really proven one way or the other and there are some things that I need to address before I post an updated version for review.
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Old 2019-11-05, 03:42   #16
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Well, there is no big deal to make a tool to compare text
The big deal is to keep the text you compare actualized.

And for that, you either hammer the FDB till you melt it, or use the 80 digits trick.

In my database there is no need to detect any merge, because I use a special format to store the data (which I described here in the past). The only problem, again, is updating my DB for sequences I do not work, and this I do very seldom (like once, twice, per year, when I remember about). But if something goes bad with FDB (god forbid!) just to let you know that I have a copy (albeit may not be very actual).
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Well, there is no big deal to make a tool to compare text
The big deal is to keep the text you compare actualized.

And for that, you either hammer the FDB till you melt it, or use the 80 digits trick.

In my database there is no need to detect any merge, because I use a special format to store the data (which I described here in the past). The only problem, again, is updating my DB for sequences I do not work, and this I do very seldom (like once, twice, per year, when I remember about). But if something goes bad with FDB (god forbid!) just to let you know that I have a copy (albeit may not be very actual).
I do see how this approach is of no continuing use past the current moment.
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Old 2019-11-05, 16:54   #18
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But if something goes bad with FDB (god forbid!) just to let you know that I have a copy (albeit may not be very actual).
I think SYD is managing it by himself, when he has free time. Which doesn't seem to be very often.

He probably needs a few people to help him. I'd offer to help if I had the right skill set, but I don't.

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Old 2019-11-08, 18:47   #19
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We at Rechenkraft.net offerd our help. So he knows where he can get help.
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Old 2020-05-14, 16:01   #20
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OK, database updated !

I scanned the 27695 aliquots sequences of the blue page on FactorDB.
Then, next the starting number of each of these sequences, I noted his last 80-digit term.
That gives me a list of 27695 lines.
This array starts like that, after a few indications (date of update, problem of "Broken" aliquot sequences of FactorDB...) :

276 86429502525621235123826529054861326152211856309368313663717677245572194588259306
552 93191536898043837453054174955849514463373414360403592180608032037927142180955180
564 63373220338311185878213023083258486641521314878135641223432483032656144576662116
660 55462535746423901103008156653380035541277137961121218541098197822388620707825760
966 54217831165122758567899909677986173899380021129621221691901655666119614743931160

Here you can access the updated database for the year 2020 :

http://www.aliquotes.com/OE_3000000_C80.txt

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