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August 19, 2011, 06:00:50 PM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).
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August 19, 2011, 06:13:33 PM
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On the stats, they were developed by a user from ozcoin. As my framework has changed, so has the way I access the stats. If any of the graphs are sorted incorrectly, please let me know, I thought I fixed them all.

Lifetime shares was also fixed, there was a nullable field in the database which gummed up the sql calculation.

Nice to see you're on top of things.  I'll make some noise here when I see a problem.

My balance is now about 7.5 BTC and no attempt has been made to pay out automatically to my BTC address.  Perhaps I've not checked a box somewhere or have misinterpreted one or more of the fields on the account details page.


No, auto-payouts are still not turned on. I need to be sure they work 100% correctly with the new database model.

Instant payout is working correctly. I will have auto working soon.

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August 19, 2011, 06:16:52 PM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.
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August 19, 2011, 06:19:22 PM
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No, auto-payouts are still not turned on. I need to be sure they work 100% correctly with the new database model.

Instant payout is working correctly. I will have auto working soon.

Ok.  I just didn't know whether or not you were aware of this.  I'm very glad you are being careful with the bitcoins you control.
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August 19, 2011, 06:48:32 PM
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Congrats for reaching 50 GH/s by the way Smiley
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August 19, 2011, 06:55:17 PM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.


I like the idea of a lowest reject rate. Perhaps once the bugs are squashed I'll look into implementing that.

Donations: 1VjGJHPtLodwCFBDWsHJMdEhqRcRKdBQk
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August 19, 2011, 07:00:40 PM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.


I like the idea of a lowest reject rate. Perhaps once the bugs are squashed I'll look into implementing that.

Take your time and enjoy. Smiley

I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!
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August 19, 2011, 07:36:40 PM
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I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!

I'm hoping my 3 new 5850s might find a few Wink

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August 19, 2011, 08:10:13 PM
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I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!

I'm hoping my 3 new 5850s might find a few Wink

Excellent, more hashing power is always appreciated!  It's good to see some competition at the top of the hashrates list, even the likes of loderunner is having to work hard!  I only have two 5850s to my name unfortunately (as you may well know as I've been quite noisy on the mining forums in the past).  This pool is growing so quickly!  Soon I'll be knocked off the top 30 hashrates list.
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August 19, 2011, 08:16:59 PM
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I've put a 1 BTC bounty on the pident thread for inclusion of this pool so you may be contacted by the pident developer at some point.  Hopefully little or no work will be required on your part and the inclusion of this pool on pident will be a plus.

Also, congratulations on reaching 99% pool efficiency!
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August 19, 2011, 08:57:38 PM
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I've put a 1 BTC bounty on the pident thread for inclusion of this pool so you may be contacted by the pident developer at some point.  Hopefully little or no work will be required on your part and the inclusion of this pool on pident will be a plus.

Also, congratulations on reaching 99% pool efficiency!


Thank you and Thank you!

1% stale pool-wide is pretty good. Now if everyone would use cgminer it would be 99.8% Tongue

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August 19, 2011, 09:13:27 PM
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I've put a 1 BTC bounty on the pident thread for inclusion of this pool so you may be contacted by the pident developer at some point.  Hopefully little or no work will be required on your part and the inclusion of this pool on pident will be a plus.

Also, congratulations on reaching 99% pool efficiency!


Thank you and Thank you!

1% stale pool-wide is pretty good. Now if everyone would use cgminer it would be 99.8% Tongue

Alas. Smiley

You'll be happy to know that my stales are down to about 0.12% (for the last 10000 shares) with phoenix 1.5 and phatk 2.2, so there is some hope for other popular mining software.  I doubt location makes much of a difference either; I'm in the UK.

A thought on this: I guess it would be pretty easy to add '[below average]' to the right of a users stale percentage whenever this is so.  This might be more annoying than anything else though so probably not a good idea.

Right now I'm interesting in promoting the pool and trying to bring it up to 90 Gh/s (about 1 block per day at the current difficulty).
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August 19, 2011, 09:18:28 PM
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I've put a 1 BTC bounty on the pident thread for inclusion of this pool so you may be contacted by the pident developer at some point.  Hopefully little or no work will be required on your part and the inclusion of this pool on pident will be a plus.

Also, congratulations on reaching 99% pool efficiency!


Thank you and Thank you!

1% stale pool-wide is pretty good. Now if everyone would use cgminer it would be 99.8% Tongue

Alas. Smiley

You'll be happy to know that my stales are down to about 0.12% (for the last 10000 shares) with phoenix 1.5 and phatk 2.2, so there is some hope for other popular mining software.

Right now I'm interesting in promoting the pool and trying to bring it up to 90 Gh/s (about 1 block per day at the current difficulty).


I just tried the new phoenix/phatk/phatk2, I'm even getting better hashrates w/ cgminer now that phateus is on board.

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August 19, 2011, 09:20:07 PM
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I just tried the new phoenix/phatk/phatk2, I'm even getting better hashrates w/ cgminer now that phateus is on board.

Thanks for the tip, I'll look into it.

Sorry, I have the bad habit of editing my posts in a non-obvious way.
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August 20, 2011, 12:10:41 AM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.


I like the idea of a lowest reject rate. Perhaps once the bugs are squashed I'll look into implementing that.

Take your time and enjoy. Smiley

I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!

It's funny you should say that! The block I found, was by a lone 5850 mining! Most other blocks have been found by 200-700Mh/s miners! IIRC, All but sirky's block, have been a lower tier worker finding the blocks!

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August 20, 2011, 12:43:17 AM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.


I like the idea of a lowest reject rate. Perhaps once the bugs are squashed I'll look into implementing that.

Take your time and enjoy. Smiley

I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!

It's funny you should say that! The block I found, was by a lone 5850 mining! Most other blocks have been found by 200-700Mh/s miners! IIRC, All but sirky's block, have been a lower tier worker finding the blocks!

5 500 mh/s miners are the same as 1 2.5 gh/s miner. So the little guys have strength in numbers Smiley
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August 20, 2011, 01:35:18 AM
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I am working with SC on trying to make estimates more accurate and payouts more transparent (so you can see exactly how many of the last N blocks you submitted for a block).

Excellent, I'm looking forward to this.

Along these lines I would be interested to see a top-10 lowest reject rate list.  This would perhaps further encourage people to try and lower their rejects further and ultimately the pool will be able to boast an impressive "pool efficiency".

I have 5 BTC ready to donate to the pool following enhancements as you describe.


I like the idea of a lowest reject rate. Perhaps once the bugs are squashed I'll look into implementing that.

Take your time and enjoy. Smiley

I've just visited the pool stats page and was amused to see that the three most recent blocks have been found by the 28th, 29th, and 30th fastest miners.  Tsk tsk you guys near the top of the hashrates list; it's quality not quantity!

It's funny you should say that! The block I found, was by a lone 5850 mining! Most other blocks have been found by 200-700Mh/s miners! IIRC, All but sirky's block, have been a lower tier worker finding the blocks!

5 500 mh/s miners are the same as 1 2.5 gh/s miner. So the little guys have strength in numbers Smiley
Absolutely!  Every hash counts! That's why I throw my 460m in on occasion!  Pumping out 41Mh/s Cheesy   

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August 20, 2011, 04:18:13 AM
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Just joined and added 4 ghash. Much thanks to Sirky to help make that possible.
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August 20, 2011, 04:27:10 AM
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Just joined and added 4 ghash. Much thanks to Sirky to help make that possible.

Many thanks! Glad to see the pool growing!

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August 20, 2011, 10:22:23 AM
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Just joined and added 4 ghash. Much thanks to Sirky to help make that possible.

I'm glad to see such serious miners joining this pool.

For me the PPLNS reward system is the primary reason for mining here but I'm also grateful for the new server and the various top-30 lists (which, for me, creates a sense of community).

May I ask why other people are joining this pool all of a sudden?
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