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Old 2020-10-31, 16:08   #650
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Since there wasn't other interest, I'm working both ends of the orange area toward the middle now for base 162, so I guess that whole section can be attributed to me at the next update. They won't all be green yet, but some have already made the change.
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Old 2020-11-01, 01:03   #651
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I am performing preliminary work on Tables 220 and 284.

It appears 284^3 has merged.
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Old 2020-11-01, 02:24   #652
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It appears 284^3 has merged.
It does:
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284^3:i701 merges with 21432:i50
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Old 2020-11-01, 09:53   #653
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I'm really sorry.
It's totally impossible to do the update !
Already last week, it had been very laborious to scan factordb : it was very long compared to usual !
But today, I can't even scan base 3, it blocks for a while. It's very long for each exponent.

I don't know what's going on ?

This does not prevent us from continuing our calculations.
But we have to watch the posts since post #640 of the last update to be sure not to do the same calculations as someone else.

Thank you all for your help !
I will take into account all your requests in the next update. But this next update will only be partial if the problem remains !

Last fiddled with by garambois on 2020-11-01 at 10:01 Reason: additional clarification
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Old 2020-11-01, 10:03   #654
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Looks like someone flooded factordb with thousands of small composites.
http://factordb.com/stat_1.php
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Old 2020-11-01, 10:08   #655
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I am performing preliminary work on Tables 220 and 284.

Perfect, it's a job that was on hold.
At least we will have two bases which are amicable numbers. I don't think anything special is going to happen. But we have to check to be sure !
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Old 2020-11-01, 10:11   #656
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Looks like someone flooded factordb with thousands of small composites.
http://factordb.com/stat_1.php

I don't know what to do ?
Should I try again today ?
Last week, there was a similar problem ?
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Old 2020-11-01, 13:28   #657
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There is work being done on the db and all sequences will rebuild when accessed at some point, so everything will be quite slow.

On a bright note, Syd has informed me that he has fixed the three broken sequences and all the base 72 issues, so once we are able to access it again in a reasonable way, you should be able to add the base 72 table. I haven't been able to verify anything and will be out today, but will check either later or tomorrow.
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Old 2020-11-01, 14:07   #658
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Taking 439^40 at i39.
439^40 is now at i554 (added 515 lines) and a C122 level with a 2^2 * 5 * 7 driver, so I will drop this reservation. The remaining C116 term is well ecm'ed and is ready for nfs.

Taking 439^42 at i15 and 439^44 at i2.
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There is work being done on the db and all sequences will rebuild when accessed at some point, so everything will be quite slow.

On a bright note, Syd has informed me that he has fixed the three broken sequences and all the base 72 issues, so once we are able to access it again in a reasonable way, you should be able to add the base 72 table. I haven't been able to verify anything and will be out today, but will check either later or tomorrow.

Thank you very much for this very very very good news !!!
A lot of thanks to Syd !!!

I'm just going to do a quick update for the few bases for which you reported changes to me : bases 2, 3, 20, 21, 23, 162, 439, 496.

For the addition of bases 72, 220 and 284, I will wait to hear from you...

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Old 2020-11-01, 15:55   #660
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I did some work on base 29. Bases 220 and 284 will be ready at the next update.
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