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May 30, 2011, 06:49:36 AM
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ok so GUIminer and deepbit both showed about 130ish Mhash/s befor the DDoS now after im still seeing 130ish in GUIminer but Deepbit reports only 50 or 80 Mhash or so

2nd im getting a msg in GUIminer "Error connecting to RPC" or some thing like that and a drop in GPU load at the same time

was working great be for the DDoS was getting 130 to 160 Mhash
any ideas?
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Deepbit averages performance based on your number of shares over a long interval and can vary significantly from your actual hashrate. The "Error connecting to RPC" is exactly that. Deepbit may have been down at the time or your connection may have been flaky.
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