On the term "nontrivial":
If a !=b, sigma(a) = sigma(b) and rad(a) = rad(b) then sigma(a*x) = sigma(b*x) and rad(n*x) = rad(m*x) when gcd(a, b) = gcd(a,x) = gcd(b,x) = 1. So each general solution to the stated problem could generate an infinitude of constructed, "trivial" solutions. So we will limit ourselves to the more interesting "nontrivial" solutions. Precisely, if rad(a) = rad(b) = prod(p(i)), we can write a= prod(p(i)^a(i)), b = prod(p(i)^b(i)) and In this context, a(i) != b(i) for each i in order to have a nontrivial solution.
There is another type of trivial solution, if n can be expressed as the product of two or more smaller solutions, it would be considered a composite solution but still trivial.
The smallest composite solution is below:
210313800: 131576362 = 2 * 17 * 157^3 and 98731648 = 2^7 * 17^3 * 1573250790400: 2196937295 = 5 * 7^3 * 31^3 * 43 and 2156627375 = 5^3 * 7 * 31 * 43^3. Note: the common rads for the two pairs have no factors in common so we have these "trivial" composite solutions below.
sigma(131576362 * 2196937295) = sigma(98731648 * 2156627375) = sigma(131576362 * 2156627375) = sigma(98731648 * 2196937295) = 683686082027520000.
