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Old 2021-08-11, 16:44   #1112
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R3 47G primes attached. Residues sent to Gary.
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Old 2021-08-12, 06:12   #1113
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You had 63 primes in this file that were duplicates. I removed them. This left 1455 unique k's with primes for the range. Can you confirm that that is what you have?
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Old 2021-08-12, 13:37   #1114
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You had 63 primes in this file that were duplicates. I removed them. This left 1455 unique k's with primes for the range. Can you confirm that that is what you have?
That is correct. I'm sorry about the duplicates. The MySQL database was corrupted mid run (power outage) and I couldn't restart the MySQL service as a result. I had to re-initlialize the MySQL databsae. I reloaded the db, but couldn't easily determine which tests had to be re-run, so I went backwards a few hours from the last completed test in the logs to determine an appropriate place to start the reload. This caused a bit if retesting, but ensured that I didn't miss any primes (thus the duplicates). I was smart enough to remove the duplicates residues from the residues file.

I wonder if PostGreSQL is less susceptible to corruption. Since this is the second time this has happened to me with MySQL, it might be worth the effort to switch.
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Old 2021-08-12, 19:07   #1115
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That is correct. I'm sorry about the duplicates. The MySQL database was corrupted mid run (power outage) and I couldn't restart the MySQL service as a result. I had to reinitlialize the MySQL database. I reloaded the db, but couldn't easily determine which tests had to be re-run, so I went backwards a few hours from the last completed test in the logs to determine an appropriate place to start the reload. This caused a bit if retesting, but ensured that I didn't miss any primes (thus the duplicates). I was smart enough to remove the duplicates residues from the residues file.

I wonder if PostGreSQL is less susceptible to corruption. Since this is the second time this has happened to me with MySQL, it might be worth the effort to switch.
Thanks for the info. I have also twice had to drop, create, and reload MySQL DB's due to corruption at NPLB. It is a big nuisance since I completely had to learn the process from scratch with help from others.

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Old 2021-08-12, 20:07   #1116
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Thanks for the info. I have also twice had to drop, create, and reload MySQL DB's due to corruption at NPLB. It is a big nuisance since I completely had to learn the process from scratch with help from others.
If the service can start you can use mysqlcheck. I have been able to use that a couple of times.

I definitely need the spend the time to get PostgreSQL running.
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R3 48G done. Primes attached. Residues sent to Gary.
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R3 49G primes attached. Residues sent to Gary.
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Old 2021-08-31, 00:37   #1121
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I forgot to hit the "upload" button after choosing the file. Here they are.
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Old 2021-09-05, 16:39   #1122
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R3 51G completed. Primes attached.
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