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December 17, 2011, 09:26:29 PM
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Just found my first block ever. Block 15782. And it was with this pool. :3

Congrats  Grin
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December 18, 2011, 09:55:17 PM
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If ArsBitcoin does get closed down, I will of course give notice, try to email all the accounts, provide probably 30 days of time for people to use the website to cashout, and probably 90 days of time for people to email me for manual account verification / cashout, etc.  Like i've said, this would probably be a lot of work, so the pool chugs on for now Wink
I guess you can tell I'm feeling a little better since i've actually said something... and been able to communicate.  What a wall of text....
Glad to hear things are improving for you.  I do want to thank you for all you've done with this pool.  I'm a novice at this and have only mined with three pools so far, and joined your pool when Slush's pool went down for a week.  I was astonished at how much higher my payouts were on arsbitcoin than on slush, and decided to stay with you (and increased my donation level) when I saw you were having issues.  I'd love to help you keep arsbitcoin alive, but I don't think I've got the skills or experience to do anything, and just want to express my gratitude for all the work you've put into this.  Should you shutdown, I will miss you very much, and wish you all the best of fortune in the future.  You are an inspiration.
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December 20, 2011, 05:47:44 PM
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I get a SSL Cert error, did something went wrong ?
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December 20, 2011, 05:59:58 PM
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Just found my first block ever. Block 15782. And it was with this pool. :3

I found none in 2 months and about 4 in 1 month haha. Names Blue Waffle on ARS
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December 22, 2011, 04:35:32 PM
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Is the auto payout broken?
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December 22, 2011, 04:56:29 PM
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Is the auto payout broken?
I believe autopayout has been broken for most of the week.  Today, however, none of my miners can connect to arsbitcoin at all.  They connect to my backup pool just fine, but ars doesn't seem to be accepting connections.  And the pool's hash rate has droppped down to 78.6 GH/s, which is very low (I believe it normally hovers between 275-350 GH/s).  I suspect Burning Toad may  have let it die, as he warned us might happen.  Have you tried to cash out today?  If so, any luck?
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December 22, 2011, 05:44:32 PM
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Is the auto payout broken?
I believe autopayout has been broken for most of the week.  Today, however, none of my miners can connect to arsbitcoin at all.  They connect to my backup pool just fine, but ars doesn't seem to be accepting connections.  And the pool's hash rate has droppped down to 78.6 GH/s, which is very low (I believe it normally hovers between 275-350 GH/s).  I suspect Burning Toad may  have let it die, as he warned us might happen.  Have you tried to cash out today?  If so, any luck?
Server 2 is still up and working ok. That is why there is 78 GH/s still active. I suspect there is just a problem or maintenance issue with the #1 server. I withdrew cash earlier today and BT said he would give warning before closing anything down.

Try server2.arsbitcoin.com

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December 22, 2011, 06:27:29 PM
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Server 2 is still up and working ok. That is why there is 78 GH/s still active. I suspect there is just a problem or maintenance issue with the #1 server. I withdrew cash earlier today and BT said he would give warning before closing anything down.

Try server2.arsbitcoin.com
Thanks BkkCoins!  That seems to have solved the problem.  My miners connect to this server without any trouble at all.
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December 22, 2011, 07:12:11 PM
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Is the auto payout broken?
I believe autopayout has been broken for most of the week.  Today, however, none of my miners can connect to arsbitcoin at all.  They connect to my backup pool just fine, but ars doesn't seem to be accepting connections.  And the pool's hash rate has droppped down to 78.6 GH/s, which is very low (I believe it normally hovers between 275-350 GH/s).  I suspect Burning Toad may  have let it die, as he warned us might happen.  Have you tried to cash out today?  If so, any luck?

I got auto-paid yesterday, and i am on server 2, hashing away, albeit with high stalerate.

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December 26, 2011, 03:50:11 PM
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Xmas seems to have been a bad time for the pool and now server 2 is acting up. I have been forced over to my backup pool I hope not for long.
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December 26, 2011, 07:01:28 PM
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I have some computers hashing away and others not... odd... but it looks like I've got the second highest hash rate on the pool... Smiley

Not that I deserve a medal or anything.

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December 27, 2011, 01:58:36 PM
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We're back u[ and running  Grin
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December 27, 2011, 09:36:18 PM
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We're back up and running  Grin
FTFY.  And thanks for all your hard work over the holiday weekend.  It's nice to see everything humming along again.
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January 01, 2012, 03:30:35 PM
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Over thirty hours without finding a block. Is there a problem or are we just being ultra unlucky?
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January 03, 2012, 01:34:29 PM
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Pool servers are down again :/
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January 03, 2012, 03:50:49 PM
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I have to ask, guys: Why are you still mining here? I mean, I love BurningToad and all, he's adorable and looks fantastic in cut off jeans, hubba hubba, but he's clearly, from his own mouth, not involved in the pool at all.

With the plethora of other pools out there, why are you guys still chugging away here? The downtime alone, since he's not responding as quickly as if, ya know, he was still interested in it, would keep me away.

But, each to their own, I suppose Smiley

Ars in the heyday was the shit, I will never deny that.
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January 03, 2012, 04:01:06 PM
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I have to ask, guys: Why are you still mining here? I mean, I love BurningToad and all, he's adorable and looks fantastic in cut off jeans, hubba hubba, but he's clearly, from his own mouth, not involved in the pool at all.

With the plethora of other pools out there, why are you guys still chugging away here? The downtime alone, since he's not responding as quickly as if, ya know, he was still interested in it, would keep me away.

But, each to their own, I suppose Smiley

Ars in the heyday was the shit, I will never deny that.

I don't know about others, but my reason is its still the onlygood reasonable size  0% fee pool there is.
As long as there is a backup pool, what do I care.....


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January 04, 2012, 05:04:26 AM
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I like the user interface and stats info. The only thing keeping me from moving completely to Eligius is that it has very little UI/control. Pay is pretty much the same and it's grown bigger now compared to Ars.

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January 13, 2012, 08:51:11 PM
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I'm getting 5.5% stale shares today using Host: arsbitcoin.com Port: 8344

Can this be fixed please?

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January 13, 2012, 11:42:40 PM
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I'm getting 5.5% stale shares today using Host: arsbitcoin.com Port: 8344

Can this be fixed please?

Hello,

Sorry guys, the reality right now is:

1) I haven't done anything to improve the pool in at least a month.
2) All I've done is try and keep it up.  I usually get a text message when it messes up, but not always.  Each server (main and 2) seems to randomly fail occasionally (both PoolServerJ and pushpool.)  I haven't had time to try and figure out the root cause.  Basically PSJ/pushpool degrade after a while and need a restart.
3) I haven't done the numbers, but I'm probably losing money each day at the moment on this because EC2 is expensive and the BTC price is low.  The bill this last month was ~$400+ with the two servers + bandwidth costs.
4) I'm closer to bringing the pool down than I am to implementing merged mining or anything else.
5) I'm having some personal problems and issues just trying to do work for my real job, so the priority for this right now is very low.  In fact the pool is probably mostly still up (instead of being taken down) because it is more effort to take it down cleanly (provide notice, email everyone, resolve coin balances, etc.) than it is to keep it in its current state.

So, I apologize, but that is how things stand at the moment.  I can't guarantee anything for the future, i.e. whether I will take the pool down, or finally work on improving it, etc.


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