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March 04, 2013, 04:17:05 PM
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Pool: [ 6,126.50 GHash/s | 302 Users | 1019 Workers ]
Just wow, new records being set!

and this still without an eustratum server - new server ordered and will be available for setup on Wednesday.

Ozcoin takes second place! (and doesn't break a sweat)

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March 04, 2013, 07:58:12 PM
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since changing to stratum.ozco.in ive been getting some stales. never had this issue when connected to us.ozco.in.

is there any gain for a GPU user to be on the stratum.ozco.in:80 server? besides failover...
unusual to get more stales on stratum than getwork, which mining software do you use?
us.ozco.in:3333 is also stratum have you tried that?

In time the getwork servers will be turned off, they are not setup to cope with ASICs
for the time being use whatever suits you Smiley

Hello thanks for the response, i am running GUIMiner 20121203. I am connecting to stratum.ozco.in at port 80 as suggested on your site. I do not have an ASIC but i from what ive heard connecting to the stratum server will assist with failover.

Should i try port 3333 even if im not running an ASIC?

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March 04, 2013, 09:58:04 PM
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Pool: [ 6,126.50 GHash/s | 302 Users | 1019 Workers ]
Just wow, new records being set!

and this still without an eustratum server - new server ordered and will be available for setup on Wednesday.

That's bonkers!! I get the feeling it'll only get higher too.........

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March 04, 2013, 11:22:05 PM
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since changing to stratum.ozco.in ive been getting some stales. never had this issue when connected to us.ozco.in.

is there any gain for a GPU user to be on the stratum.ozco.in:80 server? besides failover...
unusual to get more stales on stratum than getwork, which mining software do you use?
us.ozco.in:3333 is also stratum have you tried that?

In time the getwork servers will be turned off, they are not setup to cope with ASICs
for the time being use whatever suits you Smiley

Hello thanks for the response, i am running GUIMiner 20121203. I am connecting to stratum.ozco.in at port 80 as suggested on your site. I do not have an ASIC but i from what ive heard connecting to the stratum server will assist with failover.

Should i try port 3333 even if im not running an ASIC?
Hi FreedomCoin
we offer port 80 mining so that people behind firewalls can mine, it is the same server whether 80 or 3333. stratum works fine for GPUs but ASIC benefits more due to their high hashing rate and the availability of variable difficulty which reduces significantly the traffic between miners and server.
Failing over to another port on the same server is pointless, the idea being if the server has an issue your miner automatically moves to a working server.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3878.0 (guiminer thread) talks about how to do failover but no mention of stratum helping ( I don't actually see how it could either). People on cgminer can failover between getwork and stratum nodes without problems, guiminer should be able to do the same Smiley


Patman - I'm sure you are correct ASICs are only just starting Wink
A little surprised but very pleased that ASIC miners are coming to Ozcoin in such big numbers so early in the game Cheesy

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March 05, 2013, 01:20:47 AM
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Pool: [ 6,126.50 GHash/s | 302 Users | 1019 Workers ]
Just wow, new records being set!

and this still without an eustratum server - new server ordered and will be available for setup on Wednesday.

Congrats!  I think the ASIC evolution will shake up the pools.  Those who aren't as reliable as they should be/could be will be left in the dust.

Good work ozteam.

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March 05, 2013, 03:59:07 AM
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Yowzers on 6TH/s! Awesome! However, both of my miners were showing stratum.ozco.in as dead, and were reverting to backups. My desktop widget is working just fine, tho.

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March 05, 2013, 04:34:19 AM
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Yowzers on 6TH/s! Awesome! However, both of my miners were showing stratum.ozco.in as dead, and were reverting to backups. My desktop widget is working just fine, tho.
yeah hit 7Th and issues started to show
au.ozco.in isnt coping with asic and stratum.ozco still has eustratum pointed to it for a couple more days, will be easier when not a server down
looking at what we can do curreently

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March 05, 2013, 08:11:29 AM
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Yeah that's some rapid growth....last night I was looking at it was 4+ TH and this afternoon 7.  Seems to have tappered down to 5.5 roughly.

No issues for me tonight on stratum (was getting hiccups last 3 nights)

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March 06, 2013, 05:37:34 AM
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Good times!!
Block      Date                     Found by   
224471   2013-03-06 04:40:22   Anonymous   
224470   2013-03-06 04:24:11   Air@   
224469   2013-03-06 04:05:23   Anonymous   
224468   2013-03-06 03:58:56   bitfountain
224467   2013-03-06 03:55:40   Anonymous   
224466   2013-03-06 03:49:31   Anonymous   

Never seen 6 in a row on Ozcoin before Cheesy

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March 06, 2013, 07:20:58 AM
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Good times!!
Block      Date                     Found by   
224471   2013-03-06 04:40:22   Anonymous   
224470   2013-03-06 04:24:11   Air@   
224469   2013-03-06 04:05:23   Anonymous   
224468   2013-03-06 03:58:56   bitfountain
224467   2013-03-06 03:55:40   Anonymous   
224466   2013-03-06 03:49:31   Anonymous   

Never seen 6 in a row on Ozcoin before Cheesy

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March 06, 2013, 11:01:41 AM
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Um, yes, that's not good times for anyone except graet. The whole point of Bitcoin is that single miners are NOT supposed to be getting six blocks in a row.

Can you kick "Anonymous" off your pool please? There's no reason someone with so much hash power should be mining on a pool anyway. If they set up their own node things will be much safer for Bitcoin.
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March 06, 2013, 11:08:01 AM
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Um, yes, that's not good times for anyone except graet. The whole point of Bitcoin is that single miners are NOT supposed to be getting six blocks in a row.

Can you kick "Anonymous" off your pool please? There's no reason someone with so much hash power should be mining on a pool anyway. If they set up their own node things will be much safer for Bitcoin.

while i agree with the theory of that, we're talking about what, 4 thash for this anon guy? that's no where near enough to worry about, security wise.
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March 06, 2013, 11:12:39 AM
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That "guy" is likely ASICMiner. It seems they're splitting hashes between BTCGuild and Ozcoin.

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March 06, 2013, 11:23:27 AM
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also: graet, what's the plan regarding the 250kb block size limit recently reached?
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March 06, 2013, 11:25:25 AM
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Um, yes, that's not good times for anyone except graet. The whole point of Bitcoin is that single miners are NOT supposed to be getting six blocks in a row.

Can you kick "Anonymous" off your pool please? There's no reason someone with so much hash power should be mining on a pool anyway. If they set up their own node things will be much safer for Bitcoin.

Yes I can see how it is definitely better to kick someone with a lot of hashing power off all pools and have them setup their own modified Bitcoind.... much safer for Bitcoin than have them spread their hashing power over a few pools  Huh
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March 06, 2013, 11:55:05 AM
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Any user can set the "anon" flag (I think its a bit pointless anyway, it takes nothing to make a new username and email address to be anon) but is an option used by many miners on the pool big and small.

Given that most miners on Ozcoin are on DGM, short blocks are good for more than just me, of course the long rounds are bad for me too - the nature of running a pool, I was lead to believe over time this evens out, alltime for the pool ø Shares/Difficulty Ratio: 99.86%, that's pretty close to even, I don't come and announce the blocks that are over 6 x D, maybe I should to give perspective Smiley Part of Bitcoin mining is variance, I just came to share that we had some luck.
I feel as more asic come out more pools will see sudden hashrate increases and in time the network will even out, some ASIC miners are planning to solo or "home pool" mine, this is very early in the days of asic adoption I don't think we need to have over reactions Smiley Especially banning users.

ASICMINER started with the anon flag but removed it quite quickly and mines as "bitfountain" this is acknowledged in their thread and can be seen in my previous post

from discussion in the #bitcoin-dev irc chanel there seems no need yet to increase block size even though it seems to be a hot topic of discussion on this forum currently

hoping to get hands on new eu server and start setup over the next few hours Smiley


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March 06, 2013, 11:59:33 AM
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also: graet, what's the plan regarding the 250kb block size limit recently reached?

Isn't that one of the purposes of fee's?

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March 06, 2013, 12:04:32 PM
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Why do you say there's no need to increase block size? I don't recall seeing any such discussion in #bitcoin-dev ... the plan has been to see what miners do when this limit is reached, which has now happened.

As I said on this post here:

  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149668.0

if nothing is done then transaction fees will steadily increase until small payments with Bitcoin no longer make sense and it's no longer cheaper than PayPal. Which will throttle growth and just generally make Bitcoin less attractive to everyone, ultimately reducing usage and revenues for everyone.



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March 06, 2013, 12:36:50 PM
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Why do you say there's no need to increase block size? I don't recall seeing any such discussion in #bitcoin-dev ... the plan has been to see what miners do when this limit is reached, which has now happened.

As I said on this post here:

  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149668.0

if nothing is done then transaction fees will steadily increase until small payments with Bitcoin no longer make sense and it's no longer cheaper than PayPal. Which will throttle growth and just generally make Bitcoin less attractive to everyone, ultimately reducing usage and revenues for everyone.




I might have been mistaken, was going to search through #bitcoin-dev logs and see if I could find it again (but it wont be tonight), thanks for the link. I will check it out

I know it really doesn't matter but I have had less than 5 hours a night sleep for the last 3 nightd and spent 1/2 today at hospital with my son, blocksize is not on the top of my "to think about list" right now

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...spent 1/2 today at hospital with my son...

Yikes, hope he's okay.
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