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Old 2011-08-19, 16:24   #45
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492688 has lost the driver
reserving 594876
edit:
237888 is finished for the project
reserving 681156
reserving 742140
594876 is finished for the project
reserving 761880
742140 is finished for the project
reserving 803616

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Old 2011-08-21, 12:59   #46
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Done with 489006.
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Old 2011-08-21, 21:01   #47
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467658 is finished
reserving 807180
I will add more candidates tomorrow.
BTW I think that it might be possible to lose the driver from 2^3 * 3^3. I will check tomorrow. 3^3 is also much more likely to turn into 3^2 than 3^1 I think.
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Old 2011-08-21, 21:06   #48
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245274 escaped from 2^3*3 since a while, atm 2^3*11 i1264, has been on a downard slop for a few iteration
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Old 2011-08-22, 07:38   #49
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BTW I think that it might be possible to lose the driver from 2^3 * 3^3.
It isn't. The 2^3 gives a factor of 15 = 3 * 5 in the sigma, so the 3 stays. The 3^3 gives a factor of 40 = 2^3 * 5 in the sigma, so the power of 2 can't go down. The other prime factor(s) contribute at least one more factor of 2 to the sigma each, which means the sigma must have a factor of 2^4 and thus when the term itself is subtracted, the power of 2 stays at 2^3 for the next term.
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Old 2011-08-22, 08:19   #50
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@schickel Why did you strikethrough some of the numbers a couple of days ago? I had assumed it was because the database had taken them past 2^3 * 3^2 but some of them still have it and seem to still be valid sequences for the project.
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@schickel Why did you strikethrough some of the numbers a couple of days ago? I had assumed it was because the database had taken them past 2^3 * 3^2 but some of them still have it and seem to still be valid sequences for the project.
Because I had polled the status on everything listed and found those had been advanced.....unless the problems that have been recently reported in the factorDb thread caused some errors. (In fact, if you check the top post, the current status is shown for everything. Sotty, I was a little rushed when I did the update and probably did not explain as fully as I should have....)
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Old 2011-08-22, 09:11   #52
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Because I had polled the status on everything listed and found those had been advanced.....unless the problems that have been recently reported in the factorDb thread caused some errors. (In fact, if you check the top post, the current status is shown for everything. Sotty, I was a little rushed when I did the update and probably did not explain as fully as I should have....)
Just seemed a little strange to me as
945720 and 959112 still need searching for the project. Do you think there is something other that the database workers searching them? If not I will unstrike them and remove the rest. I have checked the new additions.
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Just seemed a little strange to me as
945720 and 959112 still need searching for the project. Do you think there is something other that the database workers searching them? If not I will unstrike them and remove the rest. I have checked the new additions.
Oh, I see what you mean now. I struck those two because they didn't have the form of 2^3 * 3^2 * c, which is going to have the greatest chance of losing the driver on the current line.

Did you take just sequences from the summary file that were in that form? If so, the db workers have advanced them one or more steps. I think the effort would be most efficient if it is directed at sequences of the "one large composite" form.

For everyone who hasn't seen it happen, here is one that I just did for the 2^5*3*7 driver that had the desired effect:
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242424 1010. sz 112 2^5 * 3^2 * 7^2
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242424 1011. sz 112 2^8 * 3^2 * 7 * 11 * 191 * 239 * 97117
I was sure glad to see that!
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Old 2011-08-23, 09:20   #54
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I will test those two and remove the others now.
681156 has lost the driver
803616 has lost the driver
807180 has lost the driver
reserving 843900, 945720 and 959112
edit:
761880 has lost the driver
843900 has lost the driver
945720 is finished for this project
reserving 910032, 101520 and 119640

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Old 2011-08-29, 09:37   #55
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910032, 959112, 101520 and 119640 have all lost the driver
moving 910032 and 101520 to the reservations thread
reserving 213720 and 301308
edit:
213720 lost the driver
301308 is finished for the project
reserving
362448 and 428184

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