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May 03, 2016, 03:59:11 PM
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Again a great incentive, Jonny!!
tonight @midnight if i understand correctly?

May the force be with us :-)
Correct.  It starts at midnight east tonight and lasts 24 hours.

First star wars movie brings back fond memories for me.

I was 20.  Living at an Aunt's home in Stony Brook Long Island while I went to college.

I had an Uncle and Aunt that lived on Shoreham ,Long Island  they had six kids.   I stuffed myself and all six cousins in my 1968 Delmont  and we went to see it.

car was big really big here is a photo of one I found online .  Mine was pale yellow in color.

http://i.imgur.com/FZJtZdM.jpg

I was 6, and even by that tender age I was into sci-fi and loved everything to do with outer space.  My mother knew how much I was into it, so she and her sister packed me and my 3 cousins into the station wagon and we all headed to the movie theater to see the movie.  I remember just being awestruck by the entire thing.  Star Wars is pretty much the first movie I really remember seeing in the theater.  I had so many Star Wars related toys... action figures, X-wing fighters, Millennium Falcon, Death Star, light sabers, blasters... my room was pretty much completely filled with Star Wars gear Smiley.

I've since seen every Star Wars film more times than I can count.  I've seen every remake and remastered version.  I went to the theaters to see them again when they were re-released.  I've read a ton of the expanded universe stuff and have played or owned pretty much every video game associated to Star Wars.

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May 03, 2016, 04:23:58 PM
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Again a great incentive, Jonny!!
tonight @midnight if i understand correctly?

May the force be with us :-)
Correct.  It starts at midnight east tonight and lasts 24 hours.

First star wars movie brings back fond memories for me.

I was 20.  Living at an Aunt's home in Stony Brook Long Island while I went to college.

I had an Uncle and Aunt that lived on Shoreham ,Long Island  they had six kids.   I stuffed myself and all six cousins in my 1968 Delmont  and we went to see it.

car was big really big here is a photo of one I found online .  Mine was pale yellow in color.

http://i.imgur.com/FZJtZdM.jpg

I was 6, and even by that tender age I was into sci-fi and loved everything to do with outer space.  My mother knew how much I was into it, so she and her sister packed me and my 3 cousins into the station wagon and we all headed to the movie theater to see the movie.  I remember just being awestruck by the entire thing.  Star Wars is pretty much the first movie I really remember seeing in the theater.  I had so many Star Wars related toys... action figures, X-wing fighters, Millennium Falcon, Death Star, light sabers, blasters... my room was pretty much completely filled with Star Wars gear Smiley.

I've since seen every Star Wars film more times than I can count.  I've seen every remake and remastered version.  I went to the theaters to see them again when they were re-released.  I've read a ton of the expanded universe stuff and have played or owned pretty much every video game associated to Star Wars.

I am same age as Jonny but saw first Star Wars when I was 8 yr old.
Anyone wanna guess why? Tip: it has something to do with iron...
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May 03, 2016, 05:56:58 PM
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Hmmm... well, I figure you're from somewhere across the pond... likely in the UK somewhere.  I know the film wasn't released until the end of January, 1978 in the UK (except for London, where it was released end of December, 1977).  That only accounts for 8 months, though.  The latest original release of the film in 1979 occurred in Turkey, Poland and Hungary, which would account for seeing the 2 year difference.  Of course, I'm assuming by your statement that you first saw the film in 1979.

I don't have any idea what your tip about "iron" means, which is why my guess is probably completely wrong Tongue

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May 03, 2016, 06:34:08 PM
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Again a great incentive, Jonny!!
tonight @midnight if i understand correctly?

May the force be with us :-)


May the fourth be with us. Grin Grin Grin

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May 03, 2016, 07:06:54 PM
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I have a quick question...

I was moving a couple other mining machines over to the pool yesterday (S7's) and the efficiency rate literally started plummeting (to it's current level of 86%).

This was around 4:45PM Eastern Time.

I quickly pointed everything over to kano -- and it is fine.

I was using the 3333 port.

Isn't the efficiency rate related to my miners somehow?  The pool efficiency rate seems good.

Could this just be normal while they ramp up in power?

Just curious.
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May 03, 2016, 07:13:25 PM
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May 03, 2016, 07:15:59 PM
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Hmmm... well, I figure you're from somewhere across the pond... likely in the UK somewhere.  I know the film wasn't released until the end of January, 1978 in the UK (except for London, where it was released end of December, 1977).  That only accounts for 8 months, though.  The latest original release of the film in 1979 occurred in Turkey, Poland and Hungary, which would account for seeing the 2 year difference.  Of course, I'm assuming by your statement that you first saw the film in 1979.

I don't have any idea what your tip about "iron" means, which is why my guess is probably completely wrong Tongue

You're right I am now in UK but then I was in Poland, and the "Iron curtain" was the delaying factor for "imperialistic" productions. We wasn't awaiting though cos not much cultural info about latest western productions was available.
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May 03, 2016, 07:32:37 PM
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I have a quick question...

I was moving a couple other mining machines over to the pool yesterday (S7's) and the efficiency rate literally started plummeting (to it's current level of 86%).

This was around 4:45PM Eastern Time.

I quickly pointed everything over to kano -- and it is fine.

I was using the 3333 port.

Isn't the efficiency rate related to my miners somehow?  The pool efficiency rate seems good.

Could this just be normal while they ramp up in power?

Just curious.
Your efficiency rating is the percentage of valid and invalid shares.  Looking through the logs, I see a ton of rejected shares for traxor.worker3.  Even to the point of triggering the banning code (majority of previous 500 shares are rejected).  The behavior started to occur around 2016-05-02 21:00 UTC.  I notice a bunch of "Authorized traxor.worker3" messages in a row - which is weird in and of itself - and then afterwards the rejects start coming in droves.  Prior to that you had only the occasional reject, which is far more in line with typical behavior.

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May 03, 2016, 08:01:11 PM
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I appreciate you narrowing it down to worker3...

Problem will be solved...

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May 03, 2016, 08:12:51 PM
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I just sent you an email with some more details... hopefully that'll help you sort things Smiley

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May 03, 2016, 08:59:32 PM
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Bravo is on fire! Congratz!
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May 03, 2016, 09:01:39 PM
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Glad i did not have to wait long since joining to see a block found, congrats Yuenlingdude  Grin
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May 03, 2016, 09:08:55 PM
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Woot! Glad to see that block  Cheesy Jonny, do you know what worker solved it?
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May 03, 2016, 09:15:10 PM
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Block 410081 found by our beer-loving miner Smiley.  1615 transactions and 25.29549461BTC.  Yup, another full block.

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2016-05-03 20:56:22 [Pool]      [bitcoin] (Thread 5) Block found: 0000000000000000059da3259f801e3c03537ac69983c4c5a53ac0f94fe6007b by YuenglingDude.worker7
2016-05-03 20:56:22 [Pool]      [bitcoin] (Thread 5) Share accepted at diff 4157.12462888/195786992412.29281616 by YuenglingDude.worker7

This represents the lowest hash rate finding of a block (with ~40TH/s).  Is that your own gear, or a rental?

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May 03, 2016, 09:16:16 PM
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three peat coming soon!!

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May 03, 2016, 09:17:56 PM
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Block 410081 found by our beer-loving miner Smiley.  1615 transactions and 25.29549461BTC.  Yup, another full block.

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2016-05-03 20:56:22 [Pool]      [bitcoin] (Thread 5) Block found: 0000000000000000059da3259f801e3c03537ac69983c4c5a53ac0f94fe6007b by YuenglingDude.worker7
2016-05-03 20:56:22 [Pool]      [bitcoin] (Thread 5) Share accepted at diff 4157.12462888/195786992412.29281616 by YuenglingDude.worker7

This represents the lowest hash rate finding of a block (with ~40TH/s).  Is that your own gear, or a rental?

Sweet, that miner was a rental s7.
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May 03, 2016, 09:22:43 PM
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Well... you're early for the Star Wars Day promo... however, that doesn't stop me from sending you a bonus for another reason Smiley.  You are the current "low hash rate block finder" winner - which is a contest I just made up right now Tongue.  As the winner, you get 1BTC.  TxID: e12f1259a35e4c96471b95faa8e0d68a3976ba8c30c69b42e2ddfd18f1a940cc

Enjoy!

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May 03, 2016, 09:23:51 PM
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WOW!!!

Congratulations 727miner!!!

And the SECOND "After the fact" promo I've seen from Jonny!!!

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May 03, 2016, 09:27:02 PM
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Well... you're early for the Star Wars Day promo... however, that doesn't stop me from sending you a bonus for another reason Smiley.  You are the current "low hash rate block finder" winner - which is a contest I just made up right now Tongue.  As the winner, you get 1BTC.  TxID: e12f1259a35e4c96471b95faa8e0d68a3976ba8c30c69b42e2ddfd18f1a940cc

Enjoy!


You are the man!! Thank you so much  Grin
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May 03, 2016, 10:44:32 PM
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Well... you're early for the Star Wars Day promo... however, that doesn't stop me from sending you a bonus for another reason Smiley.  You are the current "low hash rate block finder" winner - which is a contest I just made up right now Tongue.  As the winner, you get 1BTC.  TxID: e12f1259a35e4c96471b95faa8e0d68a3976ba8c30c69b42e2ddfd18f1a940cc

Enjoy!


You are the man!! Thank you so much  Grin

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