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Old 2012-05-13, 00:59   #1915
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I hope I live to see it reach 10000 lines!
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Old 2012-05-13, 01:18   #1916
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Passed the low point of c33 and now climbing.
Here are some datapoints (maybe someone can whip their C30_C90 database or something):
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 1520 .  7877849472767552998597128164446042 = 2 * 29^2 * 4683620376199496431984023878981
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 2238 .  37988821783635986846365961417458974988483830152372339321305482821153115225587296093349818512 = 2^4 * 3 * 31 * 1621 * 290189 * 2215651 * 10975949137 * 36367576697 * 707690427011941 * 86713718227204808774053865709539683979
I'm updating the db by running these 2 alq seqs (longer by yafu, shorter by dario's website)
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Old 2012-05-13, 02:54   #1917
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Why on earth would you want to do that?

The links above are already populated - you will simply be heating up your place.

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Old 2012-05-13, 03:20   #1918
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So much happened while I was gone! So close! 33 digits... dang. How easy is it to escape 2^4*31?
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Old 2012-05-13, 03:26   #1919
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Could not connect to database
Dilbert-from-the-future told you! Too many lurkers, you know. ;-)
Dilbert-from-the-future couldn't be wrong, now, could he?
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Old 2012-05-13, 04:30   #1920
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I found a snapshot up to 3355 in my files (May 11).


@Andi: "Does it fit to the file you posted before?" There's still a gap of 50+ lines, but it is smaller now.

c116 is in algebra... ETA 5 min
can you please post the lines between lines 3256 and 3355? The database is still erroring out on sequence 4788.
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Old 2012-05-13, 04:33   #1921
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I cannot. Syd needs to do some deletions that his database says to do (the tables are read only -- ...that means for the mortals; of course he can write):
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delete from CF where fid=1100000000508647107 - Table 'CF1' is read only

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Old 2012-05-13, 04:51   #1922
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I cannot. Syd needs to do some deletions that his database says to do (the tables are read only -- ...that means for the mortals; of course he can write):
I thought you had a snapshot up to line 3355... sounded like it was a local copy. Did I misunderstand something?
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Old 2012-05-13, 04:54   #1923
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I thought you had a snapshot up to line 3355... sounded like it was a local copy. Did I misunderstand something?
I think he misunderstood you wanting him to attach those lines to the forum.


(Out of context, that sentence is a long load of crap.)
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Old 2012-05-13, 05:07   #1924
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If we attach every fart we make to the forum, it will indeed smell not so well very soon (and will look like the OPN gratutious factor thread), but, hell, why not.
Your wish is my command.
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Old 2012-05-13, 06:12   #1925
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If we attach every fart we make to the forum, it will indeed smell not so well very soon (and will look like the OPN gratutious factor thread), but, hell, why not.
Your wish is my command.
Thanks!

This is not about attaching every fart, but about trying to reconstruct / collect the missing parts to stitch the parts together. We don't know when (and to what extent complete) the sequence will be back in the database again...
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