20190922, 16:21  #419 
Sep 2009
1,913 Posts 
The list of composites with no known factors, http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3 has problems at 71 and 75 digits. wget gets:
Code:
20190922 17:17:36 http://factordb.com/listtype.php?t=3&mindig=70&perpage=1&start=4&download=1 Resolving factordb.com (factordb.com)... 116.203.33.155 Connecting to factordb.com (factordb.com)116.203.33.155:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 500 Internal Server Error 20190922 17:17:37 ERROR 500: Internal Server Error. 
20190926, 03:56  #420 
"Sam"
Nov 2016
2^{2}·79 Posts 
N1 Proof test has been delayed for several days (maybe it's a system error?):
http://www.factordb.com/index.php?id...00001362414421 "This number is already in queue for N1test." The large N1 factor can be found here. Thanks to who knows what's going on. BTW, How long would it take to prove a random 20,000 digit prime using N1? I plan to enter one in the database soon I hope it won't stress out the system any more. 
20190926, 07:24  #421 
May 2019
Rome, Italy
33_{10} Posts 
I'm looking for easy N1 proofs these days, and i noticed this too. Maybe is giving priority in checking Primo certificates, if N1 has a lot factors? Usually i see dozens of certificates in queue. (it's just a guess, i actually don't know how the db handles its queues).

20190926, 07:37  #422  
Jun 2003
2^{3}×19×31 Posts 
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20191119, 17:20  #423 
Aug 2002
3·83 Posts 
A 1344dd number that I certified Saturday has been stuck verifying for around 48 hours at this point.

20191120, 17:19  #424 
Sep 2009
1,913 Posts 
(4386^689+2067^1462)/3^689/2705 (4515 digits) submitted by Masaki UKAI is also stuck.
And the load average earlier today was less than 1 so it doesn't look as if they are being processed. Chris 
20191129, 06:29  #425 
May 2009
Russia, Moscow
2·11·113 Posts 
Aliquot sequences are not displaying

20191206, 18:58  #426 
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
4602_{8} Posts 
http://factordb.com/index.php?id=1100000000900935563 got a problem.
it is supposed to be prime. 
20191207, 05:11  #427  
Aug 2005
Seattle, WA
3·523 Posts 
Quote:
This ID is for the expression (10^79181)%(10^791)/9. Can you explain why such an expression was generated? 10^79181 is less than 10^791, so the % operator doesn't actually do anything here. It's the same number as just (10^79181)/9. Of course, if you query that expression, it shows up as prime. 

20191207, 07:25  #428 
Apr 2010
Over the rainbow
982_{16} Posts 
I have no idea. it was the 'smallest composite without a factor' at the time.

20191207, 13:54  #429  
Sep 2008
Kansas
31·101 Posts 
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