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Old 2018-04-20, 18:49   #67
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The torrents work fine, thanks for making this all possible .
Weird. My rtorrent client still isn't seeing any seeders, yet can download CentOS images just fine.
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Old 2018-04-20, 19:32   #68
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Weird. My rtorrent client still isn't seeing any seeders, yet can download CentOS images just fine.
What trackers are you getting updates from?

These are two trackers that I got announcements from in the last 30 min:
udp://tracker.opentrackr.org:1337/announce
udp://tracker.open-internet.nl:6969/announce
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Old 2018-04-20, 20:57   #69
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I am of the type that thinks that there is value to having the data and websites spread across multiple different companies resources. What if the company that host PrimeNet has a court action or bankruptcy. Or the data center has a natural disaster or disgruntled employee with plan to do as much damage as possible.
I agree. Let's not forget what happened to Seventeen or Bust.
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Old 2018-04-21, 03:38   #70
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As far as CPU goes, Primenet typically doesn't use much although sometimes the SQL queries may spike it for a bit during more complicated maintenance, but otherwise not too bad.
I don't spend my days immersed with server and VM issues, but I would have thought that a created minor VM would be only utilising a nominated CPU core of the vast number of available CPU cores within the server metal, and prescribed disk and memory and network resources.
So I was unclear about why occasional mersenne.org busy behavior would be significant.
I guess that disk storage contention could be a greater issue for debate, but then perhaps even that is perhaps largely negligible for comment with the huge number of spinners that Aaron has likely incorporated.
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Old 2018-10-01, 06:03   #71
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If anyone is using the methods posted here to mirror Mersenne.ca's database, especially for the 1G to 10G range which is beyond Primenet's range, please take the time to purge this composite factor from your mirror:

Composite factor of M3,321,930,431 is 2118762583699087568351 = 6643860863 * 318905321377

This composite factor somehow made it (back?) into the Mersenne.ca database even though James himself posted about it back in 2012, which makes me suspect that it was somehow added back in, in some update from some other source at some point.

Note: this is the only composite factor in the Mersenne.ca database.

Possibly by the time you read this, James may have already removed it.

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Old 2018-10-01, 11:43   #72
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Composite factor of M3,321,930,431 is 2118762583699087568351 = 6643860863 * 318905321377
Possibly by the time you read this, James may have already removed it.
I have no idea how or when it got back in. I have re-removed it.
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Old 2018-10-31, 03:06   #73
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Data as of 2018-10-28T23:59:00+00:00

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Old 2018-10-31, 13:31   #74
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It is known. I'm working on it. Should be fixed in an hour or two.

edit: finished updating.

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Old 2018-12-03, 13:55   #75
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I found that in page https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/2535283 , the fifth "prime" factor is the product of the third and fourth.
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Old 2018-12-03, 14:09   #76
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Old 2018-12-03, 17:00   #77
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I found that in page https://www.mersenne.ca/exponent/2535283 , the fifth "prime" factor is the product of the third and fourth.
Indeed. I thought I had found and fixed the codepath that was letting composite factors sneak in... but apparently something's still not quite right
I'll have to have another review of how these composite factors keep sneaking into the data. Thanks for letting me know.

edit: I've found and squished another typo that was (occasionally) letting composites through. I hope that's the last of the bugs and no more composites sneak in. Let me know if you can prove me wrong.

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