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Old 2019-08-17, 05:14   #408
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http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3...100&mindig=976 has the following line:
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 1100000000912669116     7420738134811     13
Clicking it shows it fully factored, but it stays in the list.

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Old 2019-08-18, 02:02   #409
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http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3...100&mindig=976 has the following line:
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 1100000000912669116     7420738134811     13
Clicking it shows it fully factored, but it stays in the list.

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Yep, another example of the "##" issue. I think there are four PRPs below 4000 dd, now. . .

Last fiddled with by EdH on 2019-08-18 at 02:03 Reason: I wanted to. . .
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Old 2019-09-02, 22:57   #410
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I started with this prime that I had bookmarked:

http://factordb.com/index.php?id=1100000000636891196

When I try to open the More Information section, it won't respond. After that the DB wouldn't respond to another number I had bookmarked. It happened to be divisible by the prime mentioned above:

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161026132504206316362717136199955135181448302659241236044960558447024397439996438318076254736784051359999
I tried other numbers, but it remained unresponsive. I eventually got a message saying "You have reached the maximum of 4 parallel processing requests" on a second tab I had open. It's been stuck like that for several minutes. The original tab returned a 502 Proxy error. It won't even let me see the Limits page.

Last fiddled with by Stargate38 on 2019-09-02 at 23:01 Reason: forgot period
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Old 2019-09-03, 02:10   #411
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That's another issue. IMO it should at least let you see the limits page, even if you're over the quota.
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Old 2019-09-03, 15:35   #412
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I've had problems with it saying "You have reached the maximum of 4 parallel processing requests" (I'm running some scripts that regularly submit factors to factordb). Then it started saying "You have reached your hourly limit of 2000 seconds CPU-time." Which only makes sense if some of the tasks I had running were in a loop.

I wasn't doing anything I havn't done before so I think there was an issue in factordb. But it seems back to normal now.

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Old 2019-09-04, 15:53   #413
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I've had problems with it saying "You have reached the maximum of 4 parallel processing requests" (I'm running some scripts that regularly submit factors to factordb). Then it started saying "You have reached your hourly limit of 2000 seconds CPU-time."
The same happened to me today. I've already seen (occasionally) the "4 parallel request" alert, but the "hourly limit of CPU-time" one is new to me. Could it be that the limit was higher before, and it has been lowered to 2000 second yesterday?
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Old 2019-09-05, 17:11   #414
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My limit used to be 750 seconds (yuck), so I don't think your limit was lowered. About the parallel requests, maybe something got stuck in an infinite loop, or it just took a long time to process.
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Old 2019-09-08, 19:46   #415
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http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3...00&mindig=1281 gets a blank page with just the headers. And my script gets 500 Internal Server Error.

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Old 2019-09-18, 07:25   #416
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The number (2^9999*43697976428649+6)^2-1 is shown as PRP, while being obviously composite. No "##" or "%" this time.

Feeding the algebraic factors doesn't solve the problem. Clicking on "More information", the algebraic factors are there!

(Funny note: both algebraic factors are prime, they are part of a quadruplet.)
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Old 2019-09-18, 07:41   #417
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The number (2^9999*43697976428649+6)^2-1 is shown as PRP, while being obviously composite. No "##" or "%" this time.

Feeding the algebraic factors doesn't solve the problem. Clicking on "More information", the algebraic factors are there!

(Funny note: both algebraic factors are prime, they are part of a quadruplet.)
Queued a 3-PRP test on it and now it is listed as composite.
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Old 2019-09-18, 08:15   #418
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Queued a 3-PRP test on it and now it is listed as composite.
Thank you! So it was actually a pseudoprime to the default test (it's 2-PRP, right?).

It's odd that reporting a factor doesn't let the db realize the number is composite, but i guess is how it works. From now on in a similar situation i'll try a different base test too.

(BTW the factors had to be reported again to achieve FF status.)
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