BGB

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  1. Great! I'll start working on this again in August. I am in the middle of doing a refactor for some backend stuff over the next few days.. then will get started. Are we able to essentially start from scratch or are there some previous items we need to include?
  2. If you need any pool support and are in a serious point for testing/development something let me know. I had set some APIs up but pulled them since it didn't seem we were ready. I think with the growth of the pools, pi grid should probably have its own pool due to the mag limitation, and I think it would be interesting to see what an army of pis could do. Could restrict that pool to pi users only, and have the projects tailored to their needs. This would give me an opportunity to start down the subdomain path also. https://pigrid.grcpool.com - let me know. Brian..
  3. What are your CPU % settings? You might need to keep a few cores open for all the GPUs...
  4. In my experience, list projects (at least on linux) is not accurate until a restart occurs.
  5. teamgridcoin.slack.com is the slack team your GPU is being used by Moo Wrap: http://moowrap.net//results.php?hostid=869871
  6. Hi.. Note while looking at stats in the client, you need to look at Host stats for your personal stats. Looking at user stats give you the stats for the pool. If I look at the 'buddy' host as you have it, there has been zero GPUGrid worked performed by that host. You can view your host stats on the page http://www.gpugrid.net//show_host_detail.php?hostid=434729 Feel free to chat with me on slack or email me if you would like to continue the investigation. Thanks, Brian...
  7. With all the Steem articles flying around, i thought I would post my first... https://steemit.com/gridcoin/@bgb/a-grcpool-com-six-month-retrospective
  8. I can hold and distribute if needed. Not sure what the real status is of those funds though... what is preventing the distribution today?
  9. I don't think the negative talk around here has any real impact on the market. It is just time for the pull back or dump in general. As a very regular alt coin trader (200,000 trades), it was clearly time for this to happen, and it is time to start picking out the bottoms and buy back in. Besides from a trading view, the more FUD the better the buy opportunities, which might be the goal of the FUD to begin with. As development goes, we shouldn't care to much about the market. Instead, believe in the product and the services we can develop for BOINC, science, and cryptocurrency, or whatever your take is because it is fun, interesting, complicated, and a challenging project. Personally, from a pool perspective I would like to see more formal statements on social media regarding issues. I realize we might not want to be putting out, that 'hey we had a poor superblock with only 5 projects today, sorry for the zero mag', but people hearing about the problems from the community first is better than the steem articles or other negative social media that might result. From the pool perspective, I feel like I have to put out statements for network problems before 2000-3000 people start emailing me or messaging me. The pool is ignoring the network whitelist today because it was so far off. Maybe it shouldn't do that, but maybe it makes sense for the pool members. If they were put at 0 mag today I am sure my email and phone would be blowing up and it would be nice if I could point them to an "official" community message. ... Just my 2 cents.
  10. test.grcpool.com is up and running with 20+ connections. i have another 15 windows nodes that have been up and working also.
  11. Is it me or has Einstein been removed from the whitelist? When I check the last superblock it appears to me it has been removed on the gridcoin client the pool is using. https://www.grcpool.com/project
  12. Something seems up I suppose. explainmagnitude doesn't show WCG for the pool client.
  13. Hi, I see a number of requests from various hosts with a number of different problems, some of these you may have already corrected.... In the most recent request from hosts to the pool: "terminal" is not authenticating correctly with the pool, this is likely a password error. "unitas" is not authenticating correctly with the pool, this is likely a password error. "slow" is authenticating, so it has the correct password in the client and looks like tn-grid is successfully attached "coresolo" is authenticating, so it has the correct password in the client and looks like tn-grid is successfully attached ... there of course are more hosts, the thing here is the ones with password problems, they should return back an an authorization error message I don't see any XML related errors on my end. However I do see a number of projects that are attached to the hosts with your personal accounts, That is okay (except I can see the keys), unless you wanted to research those projects with the pool. Then the projects need to be detached from your client first and then attached via the pool account manager. If you would like to discuss further, please feel free to email me at: admin@grcpool.com Thanks,
  14. If a second or more persons can be involved in this support, i'll throw my name in the hat. Is there anyone else out there that can fix these issues where the manual method is NOT working? I've been trying to reach RTM for several weeks, have posted in IRC, here (posts and PMs), reddit, elsewhere... the fact that there are SO MANY FORUMS involved is crazy. I do not feel like waiting months to regenerate a beacon and I have thousands of GRC waiting to be paid via POR. I put the brakes on all my machines because I figured I'd need to switch to a new account, but was then given hope, resumed research and now am losing hope again. Having no standardized support system and then the fact that only one person can apparently fix these issues makes it worse.