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September 26, 2011, 03:05:23 PM
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Hi, I`ve PMed you, I`ve e-mailed you...
Please, help me to unblock my account!

I responded to your email a few days ago, and just responded again.


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September 26, 2011, 10:38:32 PM
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If we find two more blocks here decently quick, we will have filled up all the spaces on the "Recently Found Blocks" page.

This excites me in ways I can't explain.

I need something to hump.

Bkkcoins, your leg. Bring it to me.
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September 27, 2011, 12:59:49 AM
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If we find two more blocks here decently quick, we will have filled up all the spaces on the "Recently Found Blocks" page.

This excites me in ways I can't explain.

I need something to hump.

Bkkcoins, your leg. Bring it to me.

I am just as excited, but maybe in a little be less "i have to hump something" way. BurningToad, it would seem that the original server is not able to hand out work quickly enough and is causing miner idles. I have switched everything to server2 but this is probably effecting others without them knowing.
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September 27, 2011, 08:31:21 AM
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Hi, I`ve PMed you, I`ve e-mailed you...
Please, help me to unblock my account!

I responded to your email a few days ago, and just responded again.
thanks a lot for solving of my problem!
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September 28, 2011, 10:58:28 PM
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Server 2 is now running PoolServerJ instead of pushpoold.  Come help test it out, or switch your miners!

Server: server2.arsbitcoin.com
Port:    8344    (or 80 if you can only mine on that port)

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September 29, 2011, 07:15:41 PM
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I'm hoping someone can help me with a stange problem. I usually send my mined coins to my Android wallet which is fantastic. It may say experimental i know but i have had no problems whereas with the PC(windows) version i lost a few coins when i first started out. NOw that my wallet on my phone is getting quite big, i decided to make one for my current PC (wallet). Easy enough so i sent some coins off my android wallet, took 5 minutes confirm on there but 12 hours later i still dont have them 5 coins in my wallet.

I dont know about the android version being experimental but the PC/windows version as never really worked well for me and ive lost many coins because of the windows software (bitcoin wallet, everything else is good) and im not risking more sending them to this adress i have.

Anyone have any ideas, otherwise ill just use experimental software, as it works.....

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2 things. 1. Check the address is correct and in your PC wallet. 2. Check the block your xfer was confirmed in the Android wallet and make sure your PC wallet has updated to at least that block.

You need to wait for it to update to at least that block as otherwise your client hasn't seen the transaction yet.

If it has passed that block it should be there. If it's not then you should  start the bitcoin client with the -rescan option. That forces it to rescan from the start and pick up any transactions that were missed. A transaction can be missed if you create/import an address/key after the block that the transaction occurred. That shouldn't happen but if you somehow did that then the rescan should find it. A client won't see the transaction unless it "knows" the address at the time it read the block.

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btw it was a mistake to post this in this thread. It should be in the tech support section.

Theres no way of finding which block the transaction went in on the android app. Its called 'bitcoin wallet' and i cant seem to see that information available. Its currently on 140,000 block and i see theres 147,000, Im hoping its in these last 7k.....

EDIT: Received it, Just took its time Smiley
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September 29, 2011, 07:34:53 PM
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Here's the deal. We need to get BurningToad more motivated to work on the pool. It's already awesome and rock solid, but there is more to do and it needs to get done so ars can keep being the best pool ever.

To do my part, I am donating 100% of my BTC to honor a bounty I put up to have poolserverj installed on server2. It's up, i'm paying. But I need your help to light a fire under BTs ass and to show him we want to support the pool.

Others have already joined me including jimbit and l1l1ll11l11. Meatball has been donating heavily all along.

I'm not saying to donate everything forever, but let's show BT that we want to have the best pool around and that we support his efforts.
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September 29, 2011, 08:00:45 PM
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Here's the deal. We need to get BurningToad more motivated to work on the pool. It's already awesome and rock solid, but there is more to do and it needs to get done so ars can keep being the best pool ever.

To do my part, I am donating 100% of my BTC to honor a bounty I put up to have poolserverj installed on server2. It's up, i'm paying. But I need your help to light a fire under BTs ass and to show him we want to support the pool.

Others have already joined me including jimbit and l1l1ll11l11. Meatball has been donating heavily all along.

I'm not saying to donate everything forever, but let's show BT that we want to have the best pool around and that we support his efforts.

I've up'd from .5 to 1% cause this pool is as you say, By far the best out there. Im happy donate keep that buffer up when needed. Bad luck will come around at some point so its better if we donate more for our own bennifit really

And my stales are staying at 0.140 and not rising to the 0.400+ it usually does after a couple of days. SO far its working sweet Smiley
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September 29, 2011, 08:36:14 PM
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Im happy donate keep that buffer up when needed. Bad luck will come around at some point so its better if we donate more for our own bennifit really

Just to be clear, donations do not affect the buffer in any way.  If you donate, it basically becomes "unpaid" donations, until it is "paid" just like all the other work in the pool.  Just instead of going to increase your personal balance, it increases my donations balance.  It all comes from the same buffer and all that.

Anyways, I very much appreciate the donation spree!  It does indeed motivate me to spend more time here.  PoolServerJ seems to be doing well, so after another 24-48 hours of no hiccups, I will work on converting the main server. 

Besides that, I want to fix some of the back end block scripts, and then hopefully some new features soon (or improving current website display, etc.)

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September 29, 2011, 09:53:15 PM
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I am number 132 on hashrates and number 15 on donations.

Pony up, folks.

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September 29, 2011, 10:15:19 PM
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Also, poolserverj seems to like me better than whatever was running on server 2 before. I am running below 1% stales, which is raging good for me.

Edit: Today I am running .3549% stale...that's almost a percent shaved off. That's pure profit going straight to you, BT!

Edit 2: Down to .2528%

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September 30, 2011, 11:14:24 AM
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Server2 does seem massively more stable than before. Nice work.

/knocks on wood.
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September 30, 2011, 11:44:50 AM
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Server2 does seem massively more stable than before. Nice work.

/knocks on wood.


I'm at .2812% stales for today on server2. Massive improvement over pushpool and it hasn't crapped out since it was started up. Big thanks for BT for finding the time to get poolserverj up and running for us!
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September 30, 2011, 01:29:23 PM
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What's the end game goal? To have a single address, ie, arsbitcoin.com, which will redirect/load balance across two servers? Or do you plan to have server2.arsbitcoin.com and the original one, simultaneously?
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September 30, 2011, 03:54:50 PM
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September 30, 2011, 05:04:15 PM
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Server2 does seem massively more stable than before. Nice work.

/knocks on wood.


I'm at .2812% stales for today on server2. Massive improvement over pushpool and it hasn't crapped out since it was started up. Big thanks for BT for finding the time to get poolserverj up and running for us!

Still below 0.200 and been up for 4+ days easy, was in belgium and holland for 3 of them so may be 5-6 lol. My lifetime is down to .400 and i was getting 1%+ with pheonix for a while at the start. See CGminer is on 2.0.5, im on 2.0.4 with 11.7 Drivers and 2.1 SDK. Im getting over 400 per card and clocked down to 965 from 1000 i was using to get the same with pheonix. May account for extra stales back then
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September 30, 2011, 10:43:10 PM
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I just switched the main server over to PoolServerJ.  So now both servers are on it.  Let me know if you notice any issues.

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September 30, 2011, 10:48:18 PM
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What's the end game goal? To have a single address, ie, arsbitcoin.com, which will redirect/load balance across two servers? Or do you plan to have server2.arsbitcoin.com and the original one, simultaneously?

The goal is to handle the load well.

Maybe I can consolidate back to one server with PSJ, or I will need to figure out an automatic load balancing solution.

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October 01, 2011, 08:13:33 PM
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Great Pool BT,
you have linked this page
http://arsbitcoin.idea.informer.com

are there topics which you would/could realise?

sorry for my english

./stiftmaster

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October 02, 2011, 10:42:21 PM
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Sorry, the block stats are all kinds of screwed up at the moment, mostly due to Server 2 messing up.  I'll work it out when I get home. 

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