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Old 2022-06-16, 18:59   #562
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It the address were not current, your email would have bounced.
Unless your From: header was itself an invalid address.

A technique quite often used by spammers.
That would make attributing not having gotten a response to the recipient's address not being current, even more over-the-top
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Old 2022-08-04, 01:32   #563
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It's not just you! factordb.com is down.
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Old 2022-08-04, 01:36   #564
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It's not just you! factordb.com is down.
I already know that factordb.com often down!!! So I download the primality certificates for many primes and upload them to GitHub!
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Old 2022-08-05, 08:47   #565
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I already know that factordb.com often down!!! So I download the primality certificates for many primes and upload them to GitHub!
Why do you need so many certificates?
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Old 2022-08-05, 10:05   #566
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Why do you need so many certificates?
Because I want to solve my minimal prime problem to all bases 2<=b<=36, I need the primality certificates for these primes (unless they can easily be proven prime by either N-1 test or N+1 test), currently bases 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20, 24 are completely solved, and bases 11, 22, 30 are also completely solved if strong probable primes > 10^25000 are allowed.

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Old 2022-08-05, 14:25   #567
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Because I want to solve my minimal prime problem to all bases 2<=b<=36, I need the primality certificates for these primes (unless they can easily be proven prime by either N-1 test or N+1 test), currently bases 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20, 24 are completely solved, and bases 11, 22, 30 are also completely solved if strong probable primes > 10^25000 are allowed.
I offered to do some of the larger primes if you repay me by working with my ECMNET server, something well within your capabilities.

How are you getting on with your side of the bargain?
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Old 2022-08-06, 12:43   #568
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Old 2022-08-06, 15:44   #569
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There is a corrupt entry in factordb between 23770 digits and 24300 digits. But we will have to wait for Markus to fix it.
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Old 2022-08-10, 13:30   #570
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Looks like he fixed it.
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Old 2022-08-10, 15:39   #571
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There is a corrupt entry in factordb between 23770 digits and 24300 digits. But we will have to wait for Markus to fix it.
It seems to be this number, with 23770 digits
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Old 2022-08-10, 15:44   #572
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I found two differences:

1. See https://archive.ph/ayAkD and https://archive.ph/jt0sk, there is an additional โ€œTestsโ€ column

2. See https://archive.ph/K22Dc and https://archive.ph/Z2Kut, some numbers, such as 1306^32+1, disappear now

Also, factordb still cannot do N-1 test and N+1 test for large numbers, such as (2^100224-1)^2-2 and 67234^16384+1, when I click the โ€œProofโ€ button, it still says โ€œToo big to be tested at the moment.โ€, can Markus fix it?

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