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October 27, 2011, 07:51:37 PM
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Haven't been able to log on all day

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October 27, 2011, 10:18:14 PM
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As soon as this pool gets merged mining, I will make it my primary.  Until then, I have it set as my first failover.

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October 27, 2011, 11:34:25 PM
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i cannot log in and the api always return an hash rate of 0.
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October 28, 2011, 05:47:48 AM
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There were a few issues today with the scripts taking a lot longer than usual to run (causing login issues).  Also, the hashrate script had stopped running completely, so reported hashrates were wrong.

I think i've fixed things now, so hashrates should start coming back up. 

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October 29, 2011, 05:52:41 PM
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My miners cannot connect with ARS. I'm not the only one. Pool hash rate is at 145 GH/s.
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October 29, 2011, 05:57:36 PM
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My miners cannot connect with ARS. I'm not the only one. Pool hash rate is at 145 GH/s.
the same thing... Sad
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October 29, 2011, 06:06:50 PM
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I found a solution. Point your miners to server2.arsbitcoin.com instead of arsbitcoin.com. Use the same port 8344.

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October 30, 2011, 02:23:49 AM
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why some worker can't connect to the pool problem exist today, weird
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October 30, 2011, 03:39:55 AM
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server2 is down now? seriously?
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October 30, 2011, 08:53:30 AM
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As soon as this pool gets merged mining, I will make it my primary.  Until then, I have it set as my first failover.
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October 30, 2011, 11:13:50 AM
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As soon as this pool gets merged mining, I will make it my primary.  Until then, I have it set as my first failover.
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This pool with merged mining is pure WIN !
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October 30, 2011, 11:55:16 AM
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I don't agree that it is a win win. When Slush's pool started merged mining I found I had problems that is why I came over here to mine. I also notice BTC mining seemed slower. Though those doing the merged mining did get the bonus of extra earnings the rest of us lost out. Also many others like myself left Slush's pool because of it which affects the over all speed of the pool. Slush'e pool at one time was over 2400GH/s now it is down to 1200GH/s half what it was. Yes not all of that is due to him going merged but it is an added factor.
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October 30, 2011, 02:16:58 PM
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I don't agree that it is a win win. When Slush's pool started merged mining I found I had problems that is why I came over here to mine. I also notice BTC mining seemed slower. Though those doing the merged mining did get the bonus of extra earnings the rest of us lost out. Also many others like myself left Slush's pool because of it which affects the over all speed of the pool. Slush'e pool at one time was over 2400GH/s now it is down to 1200GH/s half what it was. Yes not all of that is due to him going merged but it is an added factor.

Please explain. Merged mining should only bring more users not less. Only explanation I can think of is people switching off their rigs because this is far from being profitable right now even with MM.
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October 30, 2011, 04:34:27 PM
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Slush'e pool at one time was over 2400GH/s now it is down to 1200GH/s half what it was. Yes not all of that is due to him going merged but it is an added factor.

None of it is. At one time the total hashrate was about 15 Thash, now it's a little over 8.6. Do the math.
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October 30, 2011, 04:56:39 PM
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As I said I was mining at Slush's pool until I notice problems after he introduce merged mining. At first only those that wish to do so was adding their hash rate to merged but then he announced that everyones hash rate would be contributing to merged mining and at this point I began to have issues when connected to mine at his site. I would have sudden system failures (bsod), internet connection problems that only happened when mining, and other minor problems that all vanished when I moved. So through my observations I would say it was due to the merged mining. As to the claim that Slush's pool lost people to goig merged well I was one so there is my proof and where there is one as the say goes, there are always others.
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October 30, 2011, 05:30:55 PM
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As I said I was mining at Slush's pool until I notice problems after he introduce merged mining. At first only those that wish to do so was adding their hash rate to merged but then he announced that everyones hash rate would be contributing to merged mining and at this point I began to have issues when connected to mine at his site. I would have sudden system failures (bsod), internet connection problems that only happened when mining, and other minor problems that all vanished when I moved. So through my observations I would say it was due to the merged mining. As to the claim that Slush's pool lost people to goig merged well I was one so there is my proof and where there is one as the say goes, there are always others.

Merged mining would not cause BSOD or internet connection problems.  All it does is add in a few more transactions to hash.  Please learn how it works before you start going all crazy.
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October 30, 2011, 06:36:35 PM
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I'm not going crazy just reporting my experiences when I encountered merged mining before coming over here. Those extra bits of hashing caused me problems. It may not be the same for everyone but it was my experience. I also know at least one other posted their concerns on Slush's thread and was shot down for dissenting as I am now it feels. You may not agree with me but I am only sharing my opinion. People can take it as they see it. But I for one would move to another pool if merged mining was forced on the whole pool as happened over at Slush's pool or I noticed that it was causing a slow down in bitcoin mining if there were was still a opt out for those of not wishing to get in on the early stages of namecoins.
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October 30, 2011, 06:42:01 PM
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I'm not going crazy just reporting my experiences when I encountered merged mining before coming over here. Those extra bits of hashing caused me problems. It may not be the same for everyone but it was my experience. I also know at least one other posted their concerns on Slush's thread and was shot down for dissenting as I am now it feels. You may not agree with me but I am only sharing my opinion. People can take it as they see it. But I for one would move to another pool if merged mining was forced on the whole pool as happened over at Slush's pool or I noticed that it was causing a slow down in bitcoin mining if there were was still a opt out for those of not wishing to get in on the early stages of namecoins.

LOL. You do not understand how merged mining works my friend. The BTC block is all the same just the coinbase is bigger to include the Namecoin POW. Some namecoind patches etc. and that is basically it ( I am not a MM expert so don't quote me ). No way it can cause internet or BSOD problems. That is a Windows feature  Wink  Cheesy ! Next in Windows 8 : interactive colored BSOD screens !
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October 30, 2011, 07:54:16 PM
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As I understand computers any error in code can cause problems for the user and unexpected happening. Over the year I seen a few. From games causing system freezes to graphics fragmenting because of drivers not playing nice. Hashing is just another piece of software. Adding new code to can, just like all software, cause problems for some users. After all no two PC are the same if built by the user as mine is. Maybe it is the line or two of code that is added that just doesn't like my system setup. But I also noticed bitcoin mining seemed slower. Yes that could be down to the difficulty level or several other things. Difficulty though isn't as high as it was a few weeks ago and though Slush's pool was down due to a DDOS I had the feeling that things were slower overall mining bitcoins. Add that to my own downtime due to the problems I was suffering from which seems to have disappeared coming over to here. It may just be me as I said but it is how I see it. Smiley
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October 31, 2011, 12:09:08 AM
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BurningToad,

Any plans to implement merged mining ? If you did then IMHO this really would be the best ever pool. Thank you !

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