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Old 2007-04-30, 16:38   #1
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Default We lost some Cleared Exponents???

Sometime this weekend it was decided that all M14 exponents were checked and double checked and the few remaining assignments were removed from the the status report .... I understand the history behind this and why some active tests are deemed redundant as the exponent has already been reported in by someone else.

However, I noticed that at the same time that the M14 assignments were removed, all M14 lines also were removed from the cleared exponents file. Does this mean that these were also deemed redundant?
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Old 2007-04-30, 17:35   #2
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To free up database space (and reduce processing times to create the hourly report) I deleted almost 9000 exponents below 15,000,000 from the PrimeNet server.

The results are in my master database.
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