Quite correct, it's not showing as prime. When I first came on as someone behind the scenes I realized that there wasn't any good way to spot primes in progress. Admins were grepping through the upload directories, which could take a very long time and impacted the rest of the server. I wrote a page that accomplishes the same thing without all the heavy disk impact. It lists all the primes currently on the system, whether proven, debunked or awaiting a wingman. The reason we keep false primes on there is that then that host is flagged in red and any current "primes" from that same host are similarly flagged. So we can glance at the list and know which candidates not to get too excited about.
Before anyone asks where they can see this marvelous page, it's limited to those who run PrimeGrid. Primes are made public as soon as they're 1) verified and 2) reported. The other thing about that page is that there's no anonymity - the owner is shown for every host. So I can't even paste a screenshot here of the proven primes section. That page is the first thing I look at every morning, so you can be certain that we're aware of pending primes early on.