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August 29, 2011, 01:57:30 AM
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Thanks I'm working on it right now.
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August 29, 2011, 02:46:12 AM
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yeah.

he backs his own words.
if he said he's gonna give you something, he'll give it to you.

I second this.
I've seen nothing but honesty and professionalism from Davinci
If he says he'll do/give something...he will.
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August 29, 2011, 03:17:50 AM
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yeah.

he backs his own words.
if he said he's gonna give you something, he'll give it to you.

I second this.
I've seen nothing but honesty and professionalism from Davinci
If he says he'll do/give something...he will.

Thanks my word is more valuable than my gold and silver.
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August 29, 2011, 07:59:47 PM
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connection is very flaky,  get dropped every ~2 share.
copy and past your miner console screen if you can.

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I can but my view doesn't show full log, anyway the connection is now rather stable.

now at 6.8Ghs to make up for any downtime Wink
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August 29, 2011, 09:29:16 PM
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connection is very flaky,  get dropped every ~2 share.
copy and past your miner console screen if you can.

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I can but my view doesn't show full log, anyway the connection is now rather stable.

now at 6.8Ghs to make up for any downtime Wink
Thanks don't waste the hashes I will pay you for my down time.
I am mad at myself for this poor quality work.

At least I got an education over the past few days.
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August 30, 2011, 12:40:43 AM
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Thus ends another great experiment. Well, overall the connection seemed decent enough, I assume that some of the connection flakiness was you working on the server, but my miners would all go offline for a while often a couple times an hour. Seems better now towards the end, and overall the ~30Ghash was more or less stable.

My 48 hours have run their course though, and monitoring my rigs to keep their connection up was a bit more hands on work than I'm used to, so I'm gonna point my hashes away now, but I hope you got what you were looking for, and hopefully I will as well Wink

EDIT: Possibly spoke too soon, just had a bunch of miners drop connect just as I was opening them up to move. So still a few bugs to work out!
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August 30, 2011, 02:01:10 AM
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Thus ends another great experiment. Well, overall the connection seemed decent enough, I assume that some of the connection flakiness was you working on the server, but my miners would all go offline for a while often a couple times an hour. Seems better now towards the end, and overall the ~30Ghash was more or less stable.

My 48 hours have run their course though, and monitoring my rigs to keep their connection up was a bit more hands on work than I'm used to, so I'm gonna point my hashes away now, but I hope you got what you were looking for, and hopefully I will as well Wink

EDIT: Possibly spoke too soon, just had a bunch of miners drop connect just as I was opening them up to move. So still a few bugs to work out!
I will be emailing everyone some time tonight need to look at the stats figure out who gave what.  If you first one to email me with their bitcoin address and how much I owe them will be the first people I pay, my email is davincij at gmail.  (email me from the account you used at nmcbit.com)

Thanks everyone for your help.  I have learned a lot.

Davinci
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