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Old 2012-05-13, 06:22   #1926
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I can kinda agree with that. Even though my own estimate that this will be very soon and doesn't warrant ...ehm... (I've already been rude, so I'll try to choose words more temperantly) ... ok, I'll call this hoarding.

Like not throwing away credit card receipts (worse yet, make copies of these) -- because there could be a mistake in billing. On one hand, yes, true, this can happen and did happen on my memory once or twice in ten years. On the other hand, one's home starts looking like a pawn shop or a dashboard of some cars.

I think we should boldly trust the database.

P.S. Clarification: I mean, we should have some diligent footprints of our computations stored somewhere in own archives (e.g. I believe that I have > 104 ggnfs.logs and polys for hundreds of aliquot sequences, and dozens of memorable C/Hom.C./etc snfs polys, again e.g. my beloved octics); -- just not on the forum. Especially when the results are already in FactorDB and/or near-repunits, Cunn. logs, NFS @ Home records etc

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Old 2012-05-13, 06:38   #1927
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IP.S. Clarification: I mean, we should have some diligent footprints of our computations stored somewhere in own archives (e.g. I believe that I have > 104 ggnfs.logs and polys for hundreds of aliquot sequences, and dozens of memorable C/Hom.C./etc snfs polys, again e.g. my beloved octics); -- just not on the forum. Especially when the results are already in FactorDB and/or near-repunits, Cunn. logs, NFS @ Home records etc
Well, how about if we delete the attachments (at least, maybe the messagess too?) after the DB problems are cleaned up?

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Old 2012-05-13, 06:45   #1928
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The future Dilbert says that they've already had been deleted.
Ah wait, it is still May of 2012; he is sometimes confused. ;-)
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Old 2012-05-13, 06:59   #1929
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Your wish is granted.
Of course, this is a little less exciting since 933436 happened.....
Code:
933436 12428. sz 166 2^2 * 5^3 * 7 * 13 * 23 * 89 * 433 * 443
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Old 2012-05-13, 07:05   #1930
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I think we should boldly trust the database.
As someone once said, "Trust but verify".

I'm keeping a local copy of all the sequences "just in case".....
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Old 2012-05-13, 07:25   #1931
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It is a Russian proverb, yes. (You-know-who picked it from the Russians.)
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Old 2012-05-13, 11:17   #1932
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The DB now shows i3363: c116 = 2 * c116. Anyone with more iterations to put there?
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Old 2012-05-13, 12:36   #1933
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Hi,

This was being certainly the last number that I had seen just
simply before the factorDB crash point

314718: i9869
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89061363102028401121970356170035861240390590751041341095318236415188850592661162942318064938811849202657831014377534 = 2 * c116

that number which was being stored from into my own PC system, as such, as since, as
as at last, lately
This was being the last number that I had seen line, the thing that I had been written much before.

It should have been 314718: i9823 NOT i9869 at all

The lines corresponding to 314718: i9823 THROUGH i9869 are being missing out

314718: i9823 would seem to have been corrupted within the factor database meanwhile

Does that mean the lines following i9823 would mutate leading to wrong subsequent result iterations,
incorrect values for the lines beyond the line 314718: i9823 which is being after the following line
that is being given away into
id1100000000508647107 -> id1100000000508756358 = 2*c116

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Old 2012-05-13, 12:52   #1934
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The DB now shows i3363: c116 = 2 * c116. Anyone with more iterations to put there?
still not stitchible to the file Batalov posted here yesterday. I guess there are still ~40-50 iterations missing.
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The DB now shows i3363: c116 = 2 * c116. Anyone with more iterations to put there?
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still not stitchible to the file Batalov posted here yesterday. I guess there are still ~40-50 iterations missing.
I would hazard to guess that Syd may have rolled back recent changes in the DB. That may mean that someone either has to reupload the factorization of the c116 or, assuming it may have been deleted, do it again.....

[Edited to add: Ooops. Looks like a duplicate entry. Check out this and this. Wonder how that will affect things......]

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Old 2012-05-13, 17:37   #1936
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My script is still running and I've uploaded the ending up to +1387, there's a c116 there too (NFS is running).

So we have to fill in from here to here.
It was not only Dubslow, maybe Alex, Jayson?

We need everyone who ran that 2^4, 2^3*5, 2^3 stretch. (Or of course it can be retraced in about one day.)

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