20191206, 02:29  #23 
"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California
2×683 Posts 
I have one core of an i3 working on 81 digits.

20191206, 03:41  #24 
Mar 2019
2^{3}×5^{2} Posts 
Seems like some low exponent Mersenne factors were missing from FDB too?

20191206, 05:50  #25  
Sep 2003
5031_{8} Posts 
Quote:
There were also about a dozen factors for exponents in the 30k and 40k ranges that were discovered in November and December but not in FactorDB. Either not reported yet or forgotten during the outage. Last fiddled with by GP2 on 20191206 at 07:06 

20191206, 09:26  #26 
Jan 2013
56_{10} Posts 
torrent?
So, what's with the idea of a factordb torrent? If it is only 1GB then it should not be too hard right? Seems like it would potentially open up all kind of useful and not so useful derivative projects.

20191207, 20:14  #27 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
7652_{8} Posts 
Are you working randomly or at the low end?
I'm playing with several things that may drift into the 81 digit area as 80 digits fall below 5000. Should I modify my scripts to work further into 81 digits or move to 82 digits? 
20191207, 21:47  #28 
"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California
2×683 Posts 
My python script is choosing randomly from the first 100 C81's. I've had 33 worker collisions in the first 1293 composites that I've done.

20191207, 22:44  #29 
May 2009
Russia, Moscow
2656_{10} Posts 
Slowly checking aliquot sequences <1M I've found that 933564 is absent in the FDB.

20191208, 00:39  #30 
May 2009
Russia, Moscow
2^{5}·83 Posts 
In addition to previous post:
Code:
$ ./aliqueit t 933564 Reading config file... Verifying elf 933564 Verifying index 129... ERROR: @index 129: value != sigma  n 
20191208, 04:03  #31  
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
4010_{10} Posts 
Quote:
Sorry about that. . . 

20191208, 15:09  #32  
"Rich"
Aug 2002
Benicia, California
2×683 Posts 
Quote:


20191209, 03:10  #33 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
FAA_{16} Posts 
Well, now I'm really sorry! A machine I didn't even remember was running composites apparently finished off the 80s and moved into the 81s. I "think" I now have "all" of my machines working in the 82 area. I plan on leaving them there until I put them back to their normal work.

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