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August 04, 2011, 09:02:37 PM
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On the "My Stats" page it says "Paid PPS Work at 0:00 7/32 = 1.1577588253104047"

I'm grateful for the payout but I didn't know I was mining on July 32nd!

It's the revised Julian calendar where August is part of, and comes before July Grin


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August 04, 2011, 09:14:47 PM
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On the "My Stats" page it says "Paid PPS Work at 0:00 7/32 = 1.1577588253104047"

I'm grateful for the payout but I didn't know I was mining on July 32nd!

It's the revised Julian calendar where August is part of, and comes before July Grin




Hehe...  Not sure why the PPS Chart shows 7/32 instead of 8/1.  However, that is what it shows.  It isn't a magical extra day of mining Smiley

As for the monthly hashrate chart, yes, it is a bit broken Smiley

I kinda like this more interesting calendar system though....

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August 04, 2011, 09:28:29 PM
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I was adding up some numbers about what the pool has received in transaction fees and donations.
7.726362 BTC in transaction fees since it started (more than I thought it would be)
16.98413925529879 in SMPPS donations
3.65 BTC in donations from the proportional payment system
~4.5 BTC in manual donations

For a total of about 32.86 BTC.

Approximate costs so far, using $13 USD as the exchange rate.
$140 June Amazon bill (10.83 BTC)
$353 July Amazon bill (27.15 BTC) (includes a fair amount of time running two servers, one for testing SMPPS)
$33 August Amazon bill so far (2.53 BTC)
~7 BTC in donations to SimpleCoin,Ozcoin,jgarzik,IceyEC/Lego, for their software/help/contribution to making the pool possible.
14 BTC in first 3 block bounties

For a total of about 61.51 BTC.

So, the pool is still in the hole about ~28.65 BTC depending on how you look at it (include my donations, bounties, or not.)  This doesn't include some additional incentives I paid to try and get some of the first miners to join and get the pool off the ground.

Anyways, this isn't a plea for more donations, and I really don't want to start another discussion about this stuff right now.  I was just doing the numbers for myself, so I thought I would post them.

Hosting the server at Amazon is quite expensive, but I think it has been pretty dang stable and performant.  We are at 1 minute of downtime in the last 7 days, http://stats.pingdom.com/4cr8bt233281/376311.  Our current load average with ~340 GH/s is  0.10, 0.12, 0.13.  So we should be able to handle quite a few more miners.  So, invite your friends!  I want to see what we can handle, and wouldn't mind having to set up a second server!

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August 05, 2011, 04:30:51 AM
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I would consider moving to a host that supports baseload better - Amazon has always been on the top line price wise for 24/7 needs.

If anything helps - I am unwilling to donate btc, but I may be willing to put up a server as backup. I have a little spare capacity in one of my computing clusters, so a 4-6 gb machine with 4 processor cores should work out.
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August 05, 2011, 02:03:15 PM
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Fixed the monthly hashrate chart.

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August 05, 2011, 03:10:22 PM
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We now report correct block numbers for our solved blocks.  We used to be off occasionally, but this is fixed now.  This is a retroactive fix, so the old block numbers have been corrected as well.

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August 05, 2011, 05:00:32 PM
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Added payout history (must be logged in) https://arsbitcoin.com/payoutHistory.php

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August 05, 2011, 06:38:32 PM
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We now report correct block numbers for our solved blocks.  We used to be off occasionally, but this is fixed now.  This is a retroactive fix, so the old block numbers have been corrected as well.

So, this isn't all true yet.  Historical block numbers have been corrected, but for new blocks we could still be off until I improve things some more.

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August 05, 2011, 10:14:14 PM
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August 05, 2011, 11:45:48 PM
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We bounce up and down, but seem to be hitting 400 GH more often these days.  I'm waiting for the day when we are 400GH without the hoppers Smiley  407 GH/s at the moment.

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August 07, 2011, 05:20:50 AM
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Great pool!

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August 08, 2011, 03:25:21 PM
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The pool's down right now. It was down a while ago as well.  Undecided

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August 08, 2011, 07:17:31 PM
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It was only down/slowed down momentarily, due to some web server overload.  I think there are some faulty scripts out there checking our stats page.  If you've been banned, you were one of the culprits.  Email me if you need access again.

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August 09, 2011, 02:44:11 AM
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Well, we are down again due to some network issues at amazon.  Hopefully it doesn't last long.

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August 09, 2011, 03:00:21 AM
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Well, we are down again due to some network issues at amazon.  Hopefully it doesn't last long.

Thankfully, cgminer's failover works great.

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August 09, 2011, 12:17:28 PM
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Just looking at the latest numbers and of the top 40 hashers on the hash rate chart, only 13 people are donating above the .52% average.  C'mon guys...BT is running this thing out of pocket.  You all know it's the best pool around.  

You can't spare a .5 or 1% donation to help him cover the pool costs?
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August 09, 2011, 12:33:25 PM
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Just looking at the latest numbers and of the top 40 hashers on the hash rate chart, only 13 people are donating above the .52% average.  C'mon guys...BT is running this thing out of pocket.  You all know it's the best pool around.  

You can't spare a .5 or 1% donation to help him cover the pool costs?
Yes, I have to admit I have been greedy with my 0% donation. But when you think about it... 1% or even 0.5% is actually NOTHING to spare... And if everyone did spare this nothing, it would add up to quite something. Smiley

Arsbitcoin has been the most reliable and the best pool in every other way for me. Donation changed. <3
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August 09, 2011, 12:50:25 PM
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Arsbitcoin has been the most reliable and the best pool in every other way for me. Donation changed. <3

Nice Smiley  I'm not knocking anyone for going for 0%, I mean, at the end of the day, I'm sure most of us are in this to make a profit and every bit extra helps.  I'm just saying that BT is offering us a great pool/service and it sucks he's having to pay for a lot of it out of pocket.

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August 09, 2011, 12:59:03 PM
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Arsbitcoin has been the most reliable and the best pool in every other way for me. Donation changed. <3

Nice Smiley  I'm not knocking anyone for going for 0%, I mean, at the end of the day, I'm sure most of us are in this to make a profit and every bit extra helps.  I'm just saying that BT is offering us a great pool/service and it sucks he's having to pay for a lot of it out of pocket.


Don't worry, I didn't change because of your post. I actually read it afterwards. Cheesy
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August 09, 2011, 02:18:02 PM
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Just looking at the latest numbers and of the top 40 hashers on the hash rate chart, only 13 people are donating above the .52% average.  C'mon guys...BT is running this thing out of pocket.  You all know it's the best pool around.  

You can't spare a .5 or 1% donation to help him cover the pool costs?

I switched to 1% a while ago this is the best pool around. AAA+ (way better than those AA+ pools) HA Get it?!

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