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September 01, 2011, 04:15:17 AM
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It's about time you found a block bossman!!!!!!!

And not only one, but two!

Two with under 1 ghash under 4 hours just goes to show that it does not always matter how much. Its how lucky

Now i would like to find one just so i doesn't seem like i'm leeching all this time Smiley

You leech!  Cheesy
Your hashes are still helping! Think of it this way; each share you get, changes the order of the shares everybody hashes. If you weren't here, another pool may have ended up with that specific share!
Boy, it makes more sense in my head!  Cheesy



Good work mike! [/thumbup]
You're on a roll!

Awesome!  All this time I thought you were just making your shares up Wink.  Nice going mike!


Yeah.... No.

Of course, now that I got that... one of my machines is giving a hyper transport error  Cry

That said, the next BIG site is in the works.

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September 01, 2011, 05:24:01 AM
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It's about time you found a block bossman!!!!!!!

And not only one, but two!

Two with under 1 ghash under 4 hours just goes to show that it does not always matter how much. Its how lucky

Now i would like to find one just so i doesn't seem like i'm leeching all this time Smiley

You leech!  Cheesy
Your hashes are still helping! Think of it this way; each share you get, changes the order of the shares everybody hashes. If you weren't here, another pool may have ended up with that specific share!
Boy, it makes more sense in my head!  Cheesy



Good work mike! [/thumbup]
You're on a roll!

Awesome!  All this time I thought you were just making your shares up Wink.  Nice going mike!


Yeah.... No.

Of course, now that I got that... one of my machines is giving a hyper transport error  Cry

That said, the next BIG site is in the works.
EEEK! BitCoin broke your rig? That sucks! It's not something a NB voltage bump, or multi drop will fix? I'm an Intel guy, so I don't know everything about AMD! Wink

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September 01, 2011, 01:36:59 PM
Last edit: September 01, 2011, 01:48:56 PM by simplecoin
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The solidcoin client hard locked again.... Love the coin, but the client needs some work.


Oh, and there is now a Contests and Giveaways section to the forum. Wink

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September 01, 2011, 06:30:18 PM
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Just rented 2 more servers. Even bigger than the existing 4  Grin

I'm not going to go the ec2 route after all. As nice as on demand servers are, the pricing just doesn't compete with my existing service.

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September 01, 2011, 11:44:44 PM
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I'm really racking up the SC blocks. too bad there not btc blocks.
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September 02, 2011, 12:00:24 AM
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I'm really racking up the SC blocks. too bad there not btc blocks.
Keep churning them out! They still exchange for BTC!  Cool

So...anything in particular the "hmblm" stands for? or is it some initials? Just curious...I see a lot of names which appear to be just...random keystrokes, and was wondering is all!

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September 02, 2011, 02:35:29 AM
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I'm really racking up the SC blocks. too bad there not btc blocks.
Keep churning them out! They still exchange for BTC!  Cool

So...anything in particular the "hmblm" stands for? or is it some initials? Just curious...I see a lot of names which appear to be just...random keystrokes, and was wondering is all!
nope they are not just random. I picked it up back in 97 when yahoo was getting popular. I could't use my name for anything b/c its some dude in at the FDA and he has all the typical first initial.last name emails/usernames so i got creative (for my age) and choose homer marge bart lisa maggie in descending age. stupid i know but i can get it on every forum, username, email... if i want it.
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September 02, 2011, 03:58:02 AM
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I'm really racking up the SC blocks. too bad there not btc blocks.
Keep churning them out! They still exchange for BTC!  Cool

So...anything in particular the "hmblm" stands for? or is it some initials? Just curious...I see a lot of names which appear to be just...random keystrokes, and was wondering is all!
nope they are not just random. I picked it up back in 97 when yahoo was getting popular. I could't use my name for anything b/c its some dude in at the FDA and he has all the typical first initial.last name emails/usernames so i got creative (for my age) and choose homer marge bart lisa maggie in descending age. stupid i know but i can get it on every forum, username, email... if i want it.

Right on! I like to here the stories behind some of the names people use! lol
Mine is my first name, and I come from a city which goes by the name "The Clem"! It too, is usually free for regs...so I have it on lockdown on the major e-mail carriers, and all the sites I frequent!

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September 02, 2011, 02:09:04 PM
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is the pool down?
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September 02, 2011, 03:45:04 PM
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is the pool down?

It's either up, but just a little bit, or cgminer is doing an awful job of rerouting all my work to my backup pool by looking at my hashrate there.
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September 02, 2011, 04:14:02 PM
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is the pool down?

It's either up, but just a little bit, or cgminer is doing an awful job of rerouting all my work to my backup pool by looking at my hashrate there.

Oops! Now my fully 400 MH/s is at my backup, so I suppose we are.
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September 02, 2011, 04:26:51 PM
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online again Sad

I mean offline again Sad
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September 02, 2011, 04:27:58 PM
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is the pool down?

It's either up, but just a little bit, or cgminer is doing an awful job of rerouting all my work to my backup pool by looking at my hashrate there.

Oops! Now my fully 400 MH/s is at my backup, so I suppose we are.

Yes, the sql server has died. Thanks to replication, no loss of data and we're back online. Also thankfully I purchased a new server, so less downtime for that machine

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September 02, 2011, 05:00:44 PM
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is the pool down?

It's either up, but just a little bit, or cgminer is doing an awful job of rerouting all my work to my backup pool by looking at my hashrate there.

Oops! Now my fully 400 MH/s is at my backup, so I suppose we are.

Yes, the sql server has died. Thanks to replication, no loss of data and we're back online. Also thankfully I purchased a new server, so less downtime for that machine
i think it died again Sad
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September 02, 2011, 05:06:13 PM
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is the pool down?

It's either up, but just a little bit, or cgminer is doing an awful job of rerouting all my work to my backup pool by looking at my hashrate there.

Oops! Now my fully 400 MH/s is at my backup, so I suppose we are.

Yes, the sql server has died. Thanks to replication, no loss of data and we're back online. Also thankfully I purchased a new server, so less downtime for that machine
i think it died again Sad

It did... Syn flooding on the pool server. I guess the sql machine isn't the only issue. I'll have it up as quickly as I can.

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September 02, 2011, 05:19:07 PM
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i'll wait till that all clear before starting my miners.
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September 02, 2011, 06:29:58 PM
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i'll wait till that all clear before starting my miners.

It's all clear now. Running smoothly. The first new server is ready (just needs the new code), and I'm waiting on the 2nd to become available.

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September 04, 2011, 06:21:36 AM
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BTC pool is down!

Aaaand it's up! Huh

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September 04, 2011, 10:19:20 AM
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is the pool down?

No.




Yes.





No.
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September 04, 2011, 04:14:57 PM
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yes



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yes


We should get an email when the pool is down. I am too lazy to set one up myself.
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