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June 24, 2011, 12:35:28 AM
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Hi All just doing some testing on a pool server I set up.  Pool is based off of miningfarm2 by Xenland, pushpool backend by Jgarzik.  0% fee. Thought maybe couple people could point a miner or two my way just for some beta testing, bandwidth usage, cpu etc etc.   Instant Payout.  Email verification, please check junkmail if no verification email is sent as thats where mine ended up.  Thank you.  Please no flamers this is just a beta pool server I'm not trying to compete with deepbit or any of the larger pools.  
Server is located at d3c0n.net sign up and point your miners to d3c0n.net:8332.  Like the website donate to Xenland for all his hardwork to code the web frontend.
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June 24, 2011, 03:32:23 AM
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Hi All just doing some testing on a pool server I set up.  Pool is based off of miningfarm2 by Xenland, pushpool backend by Jgarzik.  0% fee. Thought maybe couple people could point a miner or two my way just for some beta testing, bandwidth usage, cpu etc etc.   Instant Payout.  Email verification, please check junkmail if no verification email is sent as thats where mine ended up.  Thank you.  Please no flamers this is just a beta pool server I'm not trying to compete with deepbit or any of the larger pools.  
Server is located at d3c0n.net sign up and point your miners to d3c0n.net:8332.  Like the website donate to Xenland for all his hardwork to code the web frontend.
0% Fee
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Currently Running at 2.1-3 ghash.


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I'm getting upstream RPC error probably bitcoind config credentials error
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June 24, 2011, 03:40:10 AM
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I think bitcoind fatally crashed when I get home ill reset it in about an hour i had disabled ssh(stupid me) As there have been non stop script kiddie attacks trying users such as bitcoind, bitcoin and other user names of that sort.

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June 24, 2011, 04:08:36 AM
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I think bitcoind fatally crashed when I get home ill reset it in about an hour i had disabled ssh(stupid me) As there have been non stop script kiddie attacks trying users such as bitcoind, bitcoin and other user names of that sort.
Anything that I can help stop script kiddie attacks with my software or is this strictly a bitcoind attack?
I'd be more then happy to help stop those rediculas hoolagans
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June 24, 2011, 05:05:31 AM
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Ok its back up, apparently pushpoold had a fatal error and was using 1 whole cpu core which was causing the rpc error, its back running now.  As far as the script kiddies, so far as I can see your software is secure.  They keep trying to root the box through ssh which is laughable at best.  I've also locked out the bitcoind rpc port from the external network(internet) as I don't need internet access to that since pushpool is running on the local network. If I find any security issues you will be the first to know xenland but so far the front end looks and feels great.  Can't wait to see your future updates! 



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June 26, 2011, 09:28:50 PM
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Bump, have since fixed the pushpoold issue, Thanks to the people that have helped me out with testing thus far but still got a ways to go.  Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks. 

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July 01, 2011, 02:27:35 AM
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