ECPP is achingly slow. There is a reason the official version of primo only goes up to 50k decimal digits. The current record, 40k digits, was set by Paul Underwood on 48 thread hardware that took more than a year and was nothing to sneeze at. My 3970x threadripper, a 32 core, 64 thread beast, takes two weeks to months to prove candidates in the 20k digit range.
As a rule of thumb, when you double the amount of digits in the number to be tested, the time it takes goes up 16 to 32 times, depending on how lucky you are. It will likely be years before Paul proves the next big step in ECPP (the smallest unproven repunit, 49k digits), and I'm sure he either got a 3990x (64 cores!) or maybe even doshed out on EPYC.
100k digits, on current hardware with current methods, would take decades.