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Old 2012-02-09, 11:36   #188
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After a recent pull, I count as many as 457 "six-digiter" sequences in the 2^2 * 3^n * 7^0 state. Of them, 207 in the more strict 2^2 * 3 (sans 5 or 7) state. Why is the top list so short?
In the interest of keeping the fans happy, I made a huge dump in the top post(s) containing all the 2^2 * 3 sequences.....480 to be exact. Since it was so large, I had to split it into 2 pieces, co-opting Mini-Geek's second thread post.

I left off the ones that had start numbers <10000, since that range is mostly handled by Christophe. I also did not run a double-check against the reservation thread, so keep that in mind.
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Old 2012-02-09, 12:05   #189
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Since it was so large, I had to split it into 2 pieces, co-opting Mini-Geek's second thread post.
What I see is just a copy of the first's post "code" section into MiniGeek's post... Copy paste mistake, or was fitting all in the first post and you did not see?

edit: I see there are only 243 lines there, so I assume the second part got lost...

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Old 2012-02-09, 12:30   #190
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What I see is just a copy of the first's post "code" section into MiniGeek's post... Copy paste mistake, or was fitting all in the first post and you did not see?

edit: I see there are only 243 lines there, so I assume the second part got lost...
Errrp.....sorry, I guess I forgot to copy the second part before hitting paste again. I guess I shouldn't stay up early and post so often.
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Old 2012-02-09, 20:11   #191
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Releasing 423000
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Old 2012-02-09, 20:26   #192
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Taking 236840 and 279390
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Old 2012-02-10, 01:47   #193
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Taking 324282 and 417600.

812240 is 2^3*3*5 already... (workers?)
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Old 2012-02-10, 05:04   #194
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Taking 324282 and 417600.

812240 is 2^3*3*5 already... (workers?)
Probably; it took a couple of days to run the full 1M range. I really should go back and run just the sequences listed to catch their current status, but I hate putting too much stress on the server.....I figure the standard "check the DB for current status before doing anything too extensive" disclaimer should occur to everyone by now.
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Old 2012-02-10, 08:38   #195
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Found some of them fall over my reservations like 225900, 722904 (both 2^2*3), 618480 (2^3*3^3), 996666 (2^4*3^3). Most probably others too. Just FYI.

(c'mon Batalov, don't ask me how they become mine :P, they all were 2^3*3*5 and I worked them hard to get rid of the drivers, hehe)

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Old 2012-02-10, 17:53   #196
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Probably; it took a couple of days to run the full 1M range. I really should go back and run just the sequences listed to catch their current status, but I hate putting too much stress on the server.....I figure the standard "check the DB for current status before doing anything too extensive" disclaimer should occur to everyone by now.
Actually not this time. 812240 was at c110, 2^2*3 for ages (above the workers' current threshold of c109), then jumped forward 11 terms and had 2^3*3*5. So someone took it for a spin separately.

But yes in general the workers stay away only from sequences marked as reserved, so always check the DB -- it will be hard to keep the list up to date.
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Old 2012-02-15, 05:47   #197
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474580  2321. sz 118 2^2 * 3^2 * 5 * 2377 - Andi47
Hmmm... how did this one get assigned to me? I don't find any reservation post, nor a corresponding .elf file on my harddisk which would show that I had worked on this one....

however, I'll unreserve this one.
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Old 2012-02-15, 12:22   #198
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Hmmm... how did this one get assigned to me? I don't find any reservation post, nor a corresponding .elf file on my harddisk which would show that I had worked on this one....

however, I'll unreserve this one.
I don't have any idea. Most likely either schickel or I made a dumb mistake. I've taken your name off of it.
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