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Old 2017-03-27, 18:04   #177
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Is Ed (or anyone else) actively running in the 976+ dd area? After I do this run, there will be about (currently, exactly) 100 numbers left, all in that area. My machine could take care of them in under 5 hours.
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Old 2017-03-27, 19:22   #178
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Is Ed (or anyone else) actively running in the 976+ dd area? After I do this run, there will be about (currently, exactly) 100 numbers left, all in that area. My machine could take care of them in under 5 hours.
I "effectively" knocked out all the 976-3200 area before I saw this. You have very few 975 and below left. About 100 showed up between 976 and 3200 about noon today USA Eastern time. They've all been knocked down, for now.**

I have an automated machine running checks for anything between 976 and the 2531 dd "problem" (non)PRP. It will handle about 12 per hour, (depending on the size, obviously). I will move the 976 point to 990 for now and let you have whatever shows up 989 and below. Let me know if that point should be changed.

Unfortunately, my machine keeps dropping login with the db and starts submitting anonymously, without me knowing. I need to find a valid way to submit certificates with my login info, via a bash script, (or, possibly a perl script call).

Thursday or Friday, I will be turning my machines in a different direction for a few days and will not be doing very many certificates during that time.

**I see that as I wrote this, a bunch of new PRPs have just shown up...
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Old 2017-03-29, 08:10   #179
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Nearly there. Good work you two!
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Old 2017-03-30, 13:26   #180
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Thanks.

Anyone care to get http://factordb.com/index.php?id=1100000000917856771 ?

If not, I will this evening/tomorrow.
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Old 2017-03-30, 13:56   #181
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Thanks.

Anyone care to get http://factordb.com/index.php?id=1100000000917856771 ?

If not, I will this evening/tomorrow.
I think it's done, just waiting to be uploaded in a few minutes. My overnight machine that is trying to keep up with the 990-3200 area got stuck on a 990 it confused with the 2531.

In a few minutes, I'll be uploading a bunch of the area plus s few larger ones.
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Old 2017-03-30, 16:22   #182
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Awesome, thanks.
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Old 2017-03-30, 18:11   #183
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Nearly there. Good work you two!
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Awesome, thanks.
Thanks, and, thanks to Jayder and all others (behind the scenes). We've pretty much caught up to the 3200 dd wavefront, unless someone sees this and floods it again.

I will be providing very limited work on the db for the next few days. I'll still try to keep 990-3200 cleared, unless we get hit hard.
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Old 2017-03-30, 22:34   #184
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If any of the db "gurus" are about, could you give me a little help in finding out what I need to send via wget to upload certificates. I would like to include the cookie info, which I think I can figure out, but past that, I'm a bit lost:
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wget --save-cookies cookies --keep-session-cookies --post-data 'user=****&password=****' --delete-after http://www.factordb.com/login.php

wget --load-cookies cookies http://www.factordb.com/uploadcert.php?<what>=certificate.out

rm cookies
Any hints would be appreciated...
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Old 2017-03-30, 23:51   #185
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Rather arbitrarily taking all 19 numbers of 3390 and 3391 dd. Hopefully, since this is several hundred PRPs behind the leading edge, it won't conflict with existing work.
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Rather arbitrarily taking all 19 numbers of 3390 and 3391 dd. Hopefully, since this is several hundred PRPs behind the leading edge, it won't conflict with existing work.
My work above 3200 dd is now on hold for a few days. I'll be trying to keep 990-3200 in check from the lower end, but if we get any heavy influxes, I'll be quite limited in my help. (I think I do have one more 32xx dd to turn in with tonight's 99x and 1xxx set in a few minutes.
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Old 2017-04-03, 19:02   #187
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Since others are taking a break, I'm doing the 116 numbers from 998 through 3k dd. I'll work further "back" into the 990s until I hear otherwise.
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