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Old 2009-06-20, 15:25   #1
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211788 - wrong in the database.

I was suprised to find this value was longer than 276. Looking at it, it jumps from 85 to 166 digits in one step

Is there a specific thread I should post db problems?

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Old 2009-06-20, 15:29   #2
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211788 - wrong in the database.

I was suprised to find this value was longer than 276. Looking at it, it jumps from 85 to 166 digits in one step

Is there a specific thread I should post db problems?
It's the common "squared line" problem. Post db problems in the database thread! This problem is well known, although not fixed yet.
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Old 2009-06-20, 16:19   #3
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I don't see a sticky thread with the word database in it - whats it called?
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Old 2009-06-20, 16:22   #4
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I don't see a sticky thread with the word database in it - whats it called?
The database thread is over there in the "Factoring" subforum:

http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=11119
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Old 2009-06-20, 17:49   #5
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I noticed another issue. If you get a factor like 4967^2 in your *.elf series submitted with aliqueit -s, the database doesn't handle it. I had to factor this square manually to resolve

Is this also known?

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Old 2009-06-20, 18:32   #6
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I noticed another issue. If you get a factor like 4967^2 in your *.elf series submitted with aliqueit -s, the database doesn't handle it. I had to factor this square manually to resolve

Is this also known?
It is known. The database only trial factors up to 2000 automatically.
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Old 2009-06-20, 20:26   #7
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This seems to be my day for finding database issues:
for sequence 125970 entry 107 is wrong - it has a different number than it should. This is what it should be:

106 . 79289831227886721316 = 2^2 * 7 * 19 * 10337827 * 14417056519
107 . 87636145410556465884 = 2^2 * 3 * 7 * 79 * 269 * 49093569496201

Note that you can tell the other value is wrong because it ends 64, but the sigma has 19+1 factor and 144..519+1 factor and so ends 00, but
...00 - ...16 means the next one should end ...84.

I tried sending the correct sequence to the DB, but it didn't update to the correct value. Also what does the CF mean? (instead of ff)

Do I need to post in the other thread mentioned to get this fixed?
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Old 2009-06-20, 20:41   #8
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I tried sending the correct sequence to the DB, but it didn't update to the correct value. Also what does the CF mean? (instead of ff)

Do I need to post in the other thread mentioned to get this fixed?
for the abrevs. see http://factorization.ath.cx/status.html

(can seen by choosing a number from database and a '?' right to the 'status' is shown:

so here:
FF Composite, fully factored
CF Composite, factors known
C Composite, no factors known
P Definitely prime
Prp Probably prime


send Syd (the Guru of the Factoring Database) a PM with this error.

one question: did you uploaded/worked on that seq?
the database-id from index 106 is at 39M, so some time ago (about a week or two i think),
the id from index 107 is very new!
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Old 2009-06-20, 22:29   #9
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for the abrevs. see http://factorization.ath.cx/status.html

(can seen by choosing a number from database and a '?' right to the 'status' is shown:

so here:
FF Composite, fully factored
CF Composite, factors known
C Composite, no factors known
P Definitely prime
Prp Probably prime


send Syd (the Guru of the Factoring Database) a PM with this error.

one question: did you uploaded/worked on that seq?
the database-id from index 106 is at 39M, so some time ago (about a week or two i think),
the id from index 107 is very new!
It is possible I updated it using the -s command, but I don't know how it would have gotten wrong. I didn't look wrong in the alq

I have noticed an issue where two lines occur on the same line in my alq_*.elf output for aliqueit, but that usually means the single index is broken and I have fixed those and had the sequence correct.

I will try to make sure I don't pass in the doubled lines just in case though.
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Old 2009-06-21, 21:33   #10
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Index 338 of sequence 287730 is also broken. I sent a pm to syd about this one and the previous.

Was this index added recently too? I tried to upload the sequence with -s again.

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Old 2009-06-22, 01:32   #11
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Going to use this thread to keep track of broken ends of the sequences.

Broken so far:
125970 - Index 107
211788 - Index 963 or 964
287730 - Index 338
444378 - Index 379
309316 - Index 466 (2^10 instead of 2^5)

Note that I was purposefully trying to get some of the shortest sequences higher (c 60 or more), so the fact that I am finding so many isn't really suprising - those sequences might have been submitted, but didn't add correctly and so were short.

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