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February 03, 2013, 04:13:34 PM
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Aah, okay, thanks for the clarification, I had assumed you would display stats per round instead of stats per 24 hours.

It could be an improvement. i'll do some test and see if the chart does not look so tiny with that amount of data.

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February 03, 2013, 04:18:25 PM
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Hey PK, what have you found so far?

Also, could anyone else using the pool right now confirm for me whether or not your accepted shares are being recorded statswise when you use the hashrack.com:8347 stratum pool?

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February 03, 2013, 05:06:37 PM
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Hey PK, what have you found so far?

Also, could anyone else using the pool right now confirm for me whether or not your accepted shares are being recorded statswise when you use the hashrack.com:8347 stratum pool?

seems to be a bug when GUIMiner and stratum works together. working on that.

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February 03, 2013, 05:09:40 PM
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Hey PK, what have you found so far?

Also, could anyone else using the pool right now confirm for me whether or not your accepted shares are being recorded statswise when you use the hashrack.com:8347 stratum pool?

seems to be a bug when GUIMiner and stratum works together. working on that.

Neat, so I'm not crazy! Glad to hear you found the issue and that you're looking into it = )

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February 04, 2013, 04:07:17 AM
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Was a long day with a lot of movement, after long hours watching the logs and statistics, I saw that the server was failing, going down every half / 1 hour, fortunately we found the problem, a matter of fine-tuning of mysql, apparently everything is working like a charm, so thank you very much to the miners who continued mining, while we did the tests and the necessary changes!

Keep mining!

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February 04, 2013, 04:28:16 AM
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Was a long day with a lot of movement, after long hours watching the logs and statistics, I saw that the server was failing, going down every half / 1 hour, fortunately we found the problem, a matter of fine-tuning of mysql, apparently everything is working like a charm, so thank you very much to the miners who continued mining, while we did the tests and the necessary changes!

Keep mining!

Great work pkarc!  Can you explain what stales are and how they come about?
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February 04, 2013, 04:57:58 AM
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Thank you for being so quick about providing assistance!

After deciding to do the research and setting it up, I was able to configure cgminer for the stratum and it was being reported on the site just fine. I will at least stick around until the first block solve, even if it might be a while.

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February 04, 2013, 04:41:35 PM
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Would it be possible to change the payout threshold to 0.1 or 0.01?

I know it doesn't really matter that much currently, but it's easier for people like me that don't generate nearly as much BTC as others. Who doesn't like consistent payouts?

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February 04, 2013, 07:40:21 PM
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I just disabled some features, we are benchmarking and tuning the server, i let you know once we finish this task.

Was a long day with a lot of movement, after long hours watching the logs and statistics, I saw that the server was failing, going down every half / 1 hour, fortunately we found the problem, a matter of fine-tuning of mysql, apparently everything is working like a charm, so thank you very much to the miners who continued mining, while we did the tests and the necessary changes!

Keep mining!

Great work pkarc!  Can you explain what stales are and how they come about?

Stales
Stale shares are the shares that were sent after a block was already solved(by the bitcoin mining network). Occurs when you find a share and submit it to the mining pool after the pool has already moved on to the next block. Stale share = Invalid share.

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February 04, 2013, 07:57:44 PM
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I just disabled some features, we are benchmarking and tuning the server, i let you know once we finish this task.

Was a long day with a lot of movement, after long hours watching the logs and statistics, I saw that the server was failing, going down every half / 1 hour, fortunately we found the problem, a matter of fine-tuning of mysql, apparently everything is working like a charm, so thank you very much to the miners who continued mining, while we did the tests and the necessary changes!

Keep mining!

Great work pkarc!  Can you explain what stales are and how they come about?

Stales
Stale shares are the shares that were sent after a block was already solved(by the bitcoin mining network). Occurs when you find a share and submit it to the mining pool after the pool has already moved on to the next block. Stale share = Invalid share.

Okay... so the number that we have, is that normal?
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February 04, 2013, 08:27:41 PM
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I just disabled some features, we are benchmarking and tuning the server, i let you know once we finish this task.

Was a long day with a lot of movement, after long hours watching the logs and statistics, I saw that the server was failing, going down every half / 1 hour, fortunately we found the problem, a matter of fine-tuning of mysql, apparently everything is working like a charm, so thank you very much to the miners who continued mining, while we did the tests and the necessary changes!

Keep mining!

Great work pkarc!  Can you explain what stales are and how they come about?

Stales
Stale shares are the shares that were sent after a block was already solved(by the bitcoin mining network). Occurs when you find a share and submit it to the mining pool after the pool has already moved on to the next block. Stale share = Invalid share.

Okay... so the number that we have, is that normal?


Higher is better, and normal... is up to you, I really want this value to be above 99 - 98. I personally think that this value is of concern when it is below 95%

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February 04, 2013, 11:04:13 PM
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I hope you don't mind too much, going to take my measly 450 MHash/s somewhere else for now. I hope I was able to at least help you work out some of the kinks, good luck to the pool = )

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February 05, 2013, 05:55:29 AM
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Thanks to the advice of cosmicone, which also has been very involved with the pool and its performance. I can say that the pool is stable, these test days have been quite rewarding, and I hope to see again the miners who have been participating!

Happy mining!

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February 17, 2013, 04:56:30 PM
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Awesome, you guys have hit about 3.5 million shares!

I'm going to jump on the bus to hopefully help you guys finish your first round.

If anyone else wants to hop pools for the next couple of days to help us finish our first round, that would be awesome!

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February 17, 2013, 07:12:51 PM
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Awesome, you guys have hit about 3.5 million shares!

I'm going to jump on the bus to hopefully help you guys finish your first round.

If anyone else wants to hop pools for the next couple of days to help us finish our first round, that would be awesome!

Thanks!  I know I don't really do this to make money, it's only a fun hobby... seeing what I can get out of my hardware, and killing time in the forums... but with more people, maybe we'll get a block sooner... well, that's if BTCGuild allows anyone else to get some.  Wink  User 67117   is at 3,047.37 GH/s now!!

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February 17, 2013, 07:59:07 PM
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Yeah, it's a hard decision for me because I consider BTCGuild to be my main pool. I think this is going to start being my weekend pool and BTCGuild will be my weekday pool.

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February 18, 2013, 05:00:24 AM
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Hio Smiley

If you can help with these connection issues, I'm in with some of my 1ghash.. for now lol..

I recieved an 'authentication failed' error, when I tried the stratum server. It showed some accepted shares but none registered with my acct.

The LP GBT server works but gives many 'worker is idle' msgs.

I'm using Guiminer 2012-12-03.


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February 18, 2013, 04:10:23 PM
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Hio Smiley

If you can help with these connection issues, I'm in with some of my 1ghash.. for now lol..

I recieved an 'authentication failed' error, when I tried the stratum server. It showed some accepted shares but none registered with my acct.

The LP GBT server works but gives many 'worker is idle' msgs.

I'm using Guiminer 2012-12-03.



I have that same exact problem with my 7870.

However when I use cgminer (by itself, not through GUIMiner) it works just fine without issue on the stratum server. But yes, I also get the "worker is idle" message and it sucks because basically resets your card between every single share submission.

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February 18, 2013, 04:17:21 PM
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I prefer not to use CGminer b/c it seems my gpus more accepts per hour with Guiminer. I also do not like its mulit pool/load options.

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February 18, 2013, 11:02:13 PM
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I prefer not to use CGminer b/c it seems my gpus more accepts per hour with Guiminer. I also do not like its mulit pool/load options.

I recommend BFGMiner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=78192.0

Hio Smiley

If you can help with these connection issues, I'm in with some of my 1ghash.. for now lol..

I recieved an 'authentication failed' error, when I tried the stratum server. It showed some accepted shares but none registered with my acct.

The LP GBT server works but gives many 'worker is idle' msgs.

I'm using Guiminer 2012-12-03.



I have that same exact problem with my 7870.

However when I use cgminer (by itself, not through GUIMiner) it works just fine without issue on the stratum server. But yes, I also get the "worker is idle" message and it sucks because basically resets your card between every single share submission.

Here you can find more info about this bugs: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3878.msg1375981#msg1375981

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