Author Topic: Warmach's Forging Pool  (Read 12060 times)

warmach #60 on: May 14, 2016, 03:12:52 PM

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I figured out where the bug in my code is.  When my code sees a new lease come in, it then schedules the reminder email and/or end of lease payout if the account has these options set.  In your case, you renewed the lease, then sent the messages turning on the auto payout.  My code is not properly looking for an existing lease and applying the new pool settings for this existing lease. 

Once you lease with the pool again, it will properly schedule the payout and email.  Since it only happens in this one special circumstance, these types of bugs can be tough to root out.  I will get to work on fixing this.

Thanks for letting me know so that I can fix it!

I got the code updated.  It should now correctly look for an existing lease and then create the appropriate scheduled payouts and reminders. 
Warmach's Forging Pool
http://fim.warmach.info/pool/
May the forge be with you...

OrgiOrg #61 on: June 07, 2016, 10:46:52 AM

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again no mail ... send you a PM!

warmach #62 on: June 07, 2016, 10:10:37 PM

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again no mail ... send you a PM!

I checked both my database and email server and they both confirm the email being sent.  Try checking your spam folder. 
Warmach's Forging Pool
http://fim.warmach.info/pool/
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Puffi #63 on: June 19, 2016, 10:27:45 PM

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The pool website cannot be reached. Is everything alright?

warmach #64 on: June 20, 2016, 02:06:11 AM

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The pool website cannot be reached. Is everything alright?

Web server crashed. Forging continued on live and backup servers. I did a full server reboot and services restart.

We are good to go.
Warmach's Forging Pool
http://fim.warmach.info/pool/
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warmach #65 on: August 30, 2016, 06:21:54 AM

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My pool's setup was that a user needed to request payout for their share of the forged funds.  As such, there are several user balances that are ready to be withdrawn, but it seems the accounts are inactive.  I say they are inactive because the have a zero balance and have not seen any activity in about a year.  I have reached out to them before telling them they still have a balance on the pool and am ready to do so again.

In your opinion, at what point in time do these funds become abandoned?  Is it reasonable to say that after a year of not using the pool and two messages indicating a balance to be withdrawn, I can claim these funds?

Right now, these unclaimed funds are helping the pool by being used in it's forging power.  So, they are not idle.  At the same time, I don't want to hold more FIMK than I have to. 

Thoughts?
Warmach's Forging Pool
http://fim.warmach.info/pool/
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Zska #66 on: August 30, 2016, 10:33:31 PM

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I think year i enough if account is inactive and withdraw requests are published in forum

kani #67 on: August 31, 2016, 01:10:12 AM

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I think a year is fair when combined with best-effort communication.  I suggest to create a post on this forum and on bitcointalk thread with accounts listed.  Then give another month to reply.
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