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Old 2009-07-13, 06:27   #12
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210,000-250,000 in progress from 80-100 digits by Wolfgang Creyaufmueller.
i thought he had given up this range to us?
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Old 2009-07-13, 06:27   #13
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How do we get this info into the database?

Do we have to recreate the work for each index?

I am willing to volunteer to help import the data if it is freely available.

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Gary (aka gd_barnes) has the files for 10000-20000, but I don't know if anyone other than Clifford has the rest. Anyway, it is likely that the files would be sent in .alq format, meaning they cannot be immediately submitted, they have to be converted to .elf first.
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Old 2009-07-13, 07:49   #14
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i thought he had given up this range to us?
No, actually, I kind of cribbed the 210-250 range after Wolfgang had been silent for some time. But since he had apparently had his project on hiatus since last year, this is work that would have had to be done anyway, whether by him or by us.
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Old 2009-07-13, 07:51   #15
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How do we get this info into the database?

Do we have to recreate the work for each index?

I am willing to volunteer to help import the data if it is freely available.

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Clifford has the sequences available and would be amenable to sending it to anyone who would like to extend anything in the 10-100 range. It would be best to co-ordinate any work with him, so as to avoid duplicating effort.
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Old 2009-07-13, 18:53   #16
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Clifford has the sequences available and would be amenable to sending it to anyone who would like to extend anything in the 10-100 range. It would be best to co-ordinate any work with him, so as to avoid duplicating effort.
His site shows indexes a few 100 steps further than in Syd's data base for most of the seqs in this range. I've sent him an e-mail requesting the info so I can import into factordb.com without having to recreate each of the missing steps. Apparently he may be away from e-mail for awhile since I haven't heard anything. I also sent a note to gd_barnes.

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Old 2009-07-13, 20:09   #17
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i wrote a mail to Wolfgang Creyaufmueller yesterday and he sent me today all his seq-alq files for n<200000 so far.
as far as i can say for now the alqs seems complete with the data i show on my summary page for n<100000.
so i think i can begin to upload those data to the factoring database, but not too much at once, because the issue we had last time.

perhaps i can get all data from Wolfgang from his search for n<1M upto C80!
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Old 2009-07-13, 20:53   #18
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When I wanted to upload several files, I simply alternated alqueit -s commands with a sleep command. aliqueit -s waits for the db to respond, so it doesn't run more than one at once and the sleep allows the db to work on other things for a while before the next one.

So:
aliqueit -s 0 <num1>
sleep 10
aliqueit -s 0 <num2>
sleep 10

etc.

I suspect you could run overnight and submit everything without having to interact in any way.
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Old 2009-07-13, 23:20   #19
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i wrote a mail to Wolfgang Creyaufmueller yesterday and he sent me today all his seq-alq files for n<200000 so far.
as far as i can say for now the alqs seems complete with the data i show on my summary page for n<100000.
so i think i can begin to upload those data to the factoring database, but not too much at once, because the issue we had last time.

perhaps i can get all data from Wolfgang from his search for n<1M upto C80!
Great!!!

Are you offering to keep the official reservation status on your summary pages?
http://www.rieselprime.de/Others/Aliquot000.htm
http://www.rieselprime.de/Others/Aliquot100.htm
http://www.rieselprime.de/Others/Aliquot200.htm

They are easy to read and nice looking too.
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Old 2009-07-13, 23:35   #20
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Great!!!

Are you offering to keep the official reservation status on your summary pages?

They are easy to read and nice looking too.
i try to do so. by now i'm updating several times a day and i think it's current reservations are online.

they got the advantage to only click on the seq-number to get a window with the database-entry or a click on the length number to get the graph!
it helps me too, to update in about minutes those three pages!

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Old 2009-07-14, 15:16   #21
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Dear aliquot friends,

I created a new downloadpage. There you will find all the aliquot sequences I calculated during the last few years:

(1, 220000] -> C100
(220000, 10^6] -> C80

www.aliquot.de/tabellen/download.htm

Wolfgang Creyaufm├╝ller
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Old 2009-07-14, 17:11   #22
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A big thanks for making this available.

I was thinking of starting to load the 200k+ values into the db. I will use the method of using aliqueit -s to upload with a 10 second sleep between uploads so I don't overload the db and it should allow others to upload also. It can run overnight to get them all.

Edit: I can also do them all if that would be better

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