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July 02, 2011, 12:49:59 PM
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Why don't you sSplit the cards between all the US btcguild servers. You need to use 1 worker Per GPU core.
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July 02, 2011, 02:06:39 PM
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Why don't you try out new pools without disconnecting from the current one ? I've tried that and it works well for both windows and linux miners (using rpcminer-cuda and phoenix for two different rigs). Would at least solve the problem of idle machines if something goes wrong while giving you the same data about reliability of the new pool.

I did this when I was testing around, but when I tried to make the full switch from BTCmine to BTCguild, that's when the problems started.

Why don't you sSplit the cards between all the US btcguild servers. You need to use 1 worker Per GPU core.

That's a great idea, I think that might actually help.  I will definitely try it out!

I think it is important that there is some way for shareholders to verify the hashing power of the cluster, so I am planning on having the computers back on a pool that allows for this by the end of the weekend.

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July 02, 2011, 02:18:44 PM
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I think it is important that there is some way for shareholders to verify the hashing power of the cluster, so I am planning on having the computers back on a pool that allows for this by the end of the weekend.

This is possible with BTC Guild by using your API key.

For example: http://guildco.in/fetch.php?apikey=337dafb4ecef139340b27358d690a6a7
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July 02, 2011, 04:54:39 PM
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I think it is important that there is some way for shareholders to verify the hashing power of the cluster, so I am planning on having the computers back on a pool that allows for this by the end of the weekend.

This is possible with BTC Guild by using your API key.

For example: http://guildco.in/fetch.php?apikey=337dafb4ecef139340b27358d690a6a7
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July 02, 2011, 05:01:08 PM
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Have you looked at using the SmartCoin app?

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July 03, 2011, 02:50:28 PM
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Thanks to everyone for all their suggestions!  I very much appreciate all your help!

A reminder: dividends will be paid out this evening.  I also hope to be on a different pool so we can get API back and stop having those dismal flat-lined graphs staring at us.  I will update later once everything is settled and dividends are paid.

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July 04, 2011, 06:26:53 AM
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What is causing the problems when you point all the rigs to one pool other than that one pool that works for you?

Is this some kind of limit that's built into the pools (to prevent botnets or something)? Or is this a bug?
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July 04, 2011, 08:50:46 AM
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A reminder: dividends will be paid out this evening.  I also hope to be on a different pool so we can get API back and stop having those dismal flat-lined graphs staring at us.  I will update later once everything is settled and dividends are paid.

I'm not seeing dividend. This is important for shareholders. They will lose confidence if you don't do the things you say.
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July 04, 2011, 09:24:29 AM
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What is causing the problems when you point all the rigs to one pool other than that one pool that works for you?

Is this some kind of limit that's built into the pools (to prevent botnets or something)? Or is this a bug?

I'm not sure exactly what causes it.  I don't think it is a problem on my end, because we don't have this problem on BTCmine, but I could be wrong.  I'm still looking for solutions.

Update: We currently have 11 rigs up and running.  Two of our 13 rigs are currently down, and I will be getting them up tomorrow.  Unfortunately, we finally got a DOA GPU, but the RMA process is already initiated so we should have it replaced quickly.  We are back mining on BTCmine.com and will be there until I figure out what is causing our issues.

Dividend payment is broken again, and since I already had this typed up I'll post it:
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Dividends have been paid out!  A total of 53.87 BTC was generated.  15 BTC was used to pay for electricity.  19.435 BTC was paid out to investors, and an equal amount was reinvested in the company to pay for my shares.  The following is a report detailing SIN purchases and expenses since the last payout:

Money spent on new rigs (4): $4606.26
Money spent on electric bill: $224
Money spent on electrical hardware: $352.12
Total spent: $5182.38

Thanks again to all of the investors!

I'll be in contact with Nefario about it and we'll get this resolved ASAP.  I will pay out the dividend as soon as it becomes available.

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July 04, 2011, 09:29:12 AM
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A reminder: dividends will be paid out this evening.  I also hope to be on a different pool so we can get API back and stop having those dismal flat-lined graphs staring at us.  I will update later once everything is settled and dividends are paid.

I'm not seeing dividend. This is important for shareholders. They will lose confidence if you don't do the things you say.

And what are the problems with the new rigs ? The hashing rate should be 14 Ghashes/s with the 5 new rigs.

Unfortunately, dividends are broken at the moment, I have messaged Nefario about it.

We only have 13 rigs total right now, 9 plus the 4 we were able to buy from the large investments and reinvestment.  Two of those are currently down, but should be back up tomorrow, so we should expect around 12 Ghash/sec.  Before the end of the week we'll be able to properly overclock them and we'll see closer to 13 Ghash/sec, possibly more.

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July 04, 2011, 01:30:32 PM
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did you try getting back to BTCguild? can you at least tell us if you use a USB or HDD?
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July 04, 2011, 01:34:27 PM
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can you at least tell us if you use a USB or HDD?
Why? Would it make a difference to your continued investment?

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July 04, 2011, 05:34:35 PM
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yes it would make a difference to my continued investment. USBs cost less, less power consumption, they produce less heat which is means less energy used on cooling. Over the lifetime of the 15 machines(plus more that will be added) it will add up. Im not asking for brand or anything specific. Simply if the machines use USB or HDD.
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July 04, 2011, 06:07:08 PM
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LinuxCoin PXE booting would be more efficient then usb and hdd...
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July 04, 2011, 06:24:25 PM
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LinuxCoin PXE booting would be more efficient then usb and hdd...

I agree re PXE boot, and I've been talking to Bit T about autodeployment/monitoring infrastructure for future growth.

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July 04, 2011, 08:32:07 PM
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Unfortunately, dividends are broken at the moment, I have messaged Nefario about it.

Please try again today. This should work now.
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July 05, 2011, 12:50:38 AM
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Dividends are paid out!  Please read the previous post with numbers and information:

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Dividends have been paid out!  A total of 53.87 BTC was generated.  15 BTC was used to pay for electricity.  19.435 BTC was paid out to investors, and an equal amount was reinvested in the company to pay for my shares.  The following is a report detailing SIN purchases and expenses since the last payout:

Money spent on new rigs (4): $4606.26
Money spent on electric bill: $224
Money spent on electrical hardware: $352.12
Total spent: $5182.38

Thanks again to all of the investors!

I will be working tonight on getting the last two rigs up.  I will post an update then. 

Happy Fourth of July to all our American partners!

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July 05, 2011, 01:29:45 PM
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Tawsix ...

Until / if the GLBSE system reports where a dividend originated from, can you please place the following in the first post (keep the total payout to date value if you want - I realise that has impact too) ...

     Date, Total Payout, Payout / share

This makes it much easier to check that dividends have been received correctly into the GLBSE accounts.

This isn't a trust issue with you, it is a necessary bit of admin, when everything is so beta still a.t.m.

Dividends are paid out!  Please read the previous post with numbers and information:

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Dividends have been paid out!  A total of 53.87 BTC was generated.  15 BTC was used to pay for electricity.  19.435 BTC was paid out to investors, and an equal amount was reinvested in the company to pay for my shares.  The following is a report detailing SIN purchases and expenses since the last payout:

Money spent on new rigs (4): $4606.26
Money spent on electric bill: $224
Money spent on electrical hardware: $352.12
Total spent: $5182.38

Thanks again to all of the investors!

I will be working tonight on getting the last two rigs up.  I will post an update then. 

Happy Fourth of July to all our American partners!

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July 05, 2011, 01:38:14 PM
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remove the javascript miner can be removed from the chart website http://shrp.me/sin/.
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July 05, 2011, 02:23:33 PM
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Tawsix ...

Until / if the GLBSE system reports where a dividend originated from, can you please place the following in the first post (keep the total payout to date value if you want - I realise that has impact too) ...

     Date, Total Payout, Payout / share

This makes it much easier to check that dividends have been received correctly into the GLBSE accounts.

This isn't a trust issue with you, it is a necessary bit of admin, when everything is so beta still a.t.m.

Dividends are paid out!  Please read the previous post with numbers and information:

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Dividends have been paid out!  A total of 53.87 BTC was generated.  15 BTC was used to pay for electricity.  19.435 BTC was paid out to investors, and an equal amount was reinvested in the company to pay for my shares.  The following is a report detailing SIN purchases and expenses since the last payout:

Money spent on new rigs (4): $4606.26
Money spent on electric bill: $224
Money spent on electrical hardware: $352.12
Total spent: $5182.38

Thanks again to all of the investors!

I will be working tonight on getting the last two rigs up.  I will post an update then. 

Happy Fourth of July to all our American partners!

We're going to have dividend's source showing by this friday, along with other tweaks, bugfixes, and a new face.
Happy belated 4th of July. Way to show those Brit's.

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