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January 16, 2012, 02:10:40 AM
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wtf, some anonymous user is mining on this pool right now @ 358.6 GH/s

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25848420/wtf%20358ghs.png

Good ol' Anonymous, I always did like him... or her. Smiley
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Its not a single entity. If you choose the "private" option in your pool preferences instead of "public", you will be added to the Anonymous score.

OK, I'll add the obligatory Them! Smiley

But I was under the impression that each Anonymous was an individual.  The top 20 list used to show multiple Anonymouses.
Thanks for the clarification,
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"But I was under the impression that each Anonymous was an individual." <- this my understanding too Smiley

urstroyer tells me yourbtc had a similar miner - looks like he/they moved over.

Blocks found: Bitcoin
1.    Anonymous   29
2.     Me  4

what can I say - been nice having them smashing blocks Wink

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January 16, 2012, 03:16:01 PM
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"But I was under the impression that each Anonymous was an individual." <- this my understanding too Smiley

urstroyer tells me yourbtc had a similar miner - looks like he/they moved over.

Blocks found: Bitcoin
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2.     Me  4

what can I say - been nice having them smashing blocks Wink
OK Grin My bad. I do see more than one "Anonymous" in the list now.

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January 16, 2012, 09:37:27 PM
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More exciting news! Ozcoin is helping test ecoinpool

<p2k> ecoinpool is on its way to ozcoin. I have to check for 100% compatibility to the existing

structures, then there will be an open beta (probably in 1-2 days) where your shares will be forwarded

to the main database.

looking forward to loadtesting this new pool software Smiley

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January 17, 2012, 03:32:51 AM
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More exciting news! Ozcoin is helping test ecoinpool

<p2k> ecoinpool is on its way to ozcoin. I have to check for 100% compatibility to the existing

structures, then there will be an open beta (probably in 1-2 days) where your shares will be forwarded

to the main database.

looking forward to loadtesting this new pool software Smiley
Great! Please be sure to tell us how well Erlang apps scale horizontally; that is one of the main selling points right? Grin

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January 17, 2012, 03:28:44 PM
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More exciting news! Ozcoin is helping test ecoinpool

<p2k> ecoinpool is on its way to ozcoin. I have to check for 100% compatibility to the existing

structures, then there will be an open beta (probably in 1-2 days) where your shares will be forwarded

to the main database.

looking forward to loadtesting this new pool software Smiley
Great! Please be sure to tell us how well Erlang apps scale horizontally; that is one of the main selling points right? Grin

will do;sure is Smiley

A (now closed) litecoin pool was testing with p2k, ecoinpool was very impressive in their testing.
Great to see some more software options for poolops appearing - better sofware running on pools can only mean a better miner experience Cheesy
ecoinpool is the forum thread for those interested.
I will post about Ozcoin's results here tho Smiley

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January 18, 2012, 09:30:55 AM
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3 of us have been hashing on an ecoinpool instance with test db.

It is looking good so later today we will hook ecoinpool into the production db and ask for ppl to help load test it Smiley

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January 18, 2012, 02:08:42 PM
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Is your backend already CouchDB or did you manage to hook ecoinpool into a mysql db?

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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January 18, 2012, 02:18:28 PM
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Shouldn't that read 'postgresql' instead of mysql.
mysql is a piss poor quality db.

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January 18, 2012, 02:22:28 PM
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Is your backend already CouchDB or did you manage to hook ecoinpool into a mysql db?

I guess there's no need to "hook" ecoinpool to a mysql; there's already some code for it:
https://github.com/p2k/ecoinpool/blob/master/test_launch.config.example (see lines 49ff)
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January 18, 2012, 02:26:08 PM
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Is your backend already CouchDB or did you manage to hook ecoinpool into a mysql db?

P2k was the one helping me run it on the Litecoin pool I ran. Couchdb allows you to replicate into a mysql database structure. We did notice some overhead with doing this and he changes the code to allow shares to go directly into mysql as I have been lead to believe. However before I was able to get the update I closed the Litecoin pool down do to time constraints with work.

Anyways, Elitist Jerks found almost zero to very few stales system wide while running ecoinpool. This was a huge asset since pushpool had many issues handling Litecoin's LP. Since was done so well people insisted on using the Ecoinpools port number instead of pushpool knowing full well that Ecoinpool was still in beta.

I think this is really exciting for OZCO.in to now be working with ecoinpool and hoping to see some great results with it.

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January 18, 2012, 02:28:58 PM
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Shouldn't that read 'postgresql' instead of mysql.
mysql is a piss poor quality db.

Its funny you should say that. Ecoinpool will be able to work with both mysql and postgres. Mysql is what always brought my pool to its knee's. I have not worked with postgresql much at all but have really started to look at it recently due to how poorly mysql runs there days.

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January 18, 2012, 03:48:40 PM
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Did you make sure to tune the memory/cache/threading parameters?  Proper isolation levels?  Indexes?   I use mysql in a lot of applications with very high traffic and query activity and I have always been able to get fantastic performance.  The out of the box configuration is fine if you're developing, but once you start seeing some load it needs to be tuned.

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I've been mining here for a day now against the us.ozco.in server.  I seem to get a higher amount of "pool not providing work fast enough" than abcpool.  Otherwise the pool seems to be working well.

As a matter of personal taste,  I'd like to suggest that the green and blue together are rather bright and a bit much.  Perhaps darken/fade the green a little and try a white/gray on the menus?  Cheesy

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January 18, 2012, 05:55:11 PM
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Did you make sure to tune the memory/cache/threading parameters?  Proper isolation levels?  Indexes?   I use mysql in a lot of applications with very high traffic and query activity and I have always been able to get fantastic performance.  The out of the box configuration is fine if you're developing, but once you start seeing some load it needs to be tuned.

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yep, something we learnt about 2 weeks after we first started so ~ 6.5 months ago Smiley cheers

I've been mining here for a day now against the us.ozco.in server.  I seem to get a higher amount of "pool not providing work fast enough" than abcpool.  Otherwise the pool seems to be working well.

As a matter of personal taste,  I'd like to suggest that the green and blue together are rather bright and a bit much.  Perhaps darken/fade the green a little and try a white/gray on the menus?  Cheesy
Thanks for the feedback Smiley
There is still plenty to do, and tbh I'd rather ensure a functional backend and a website with more and better laid out info before I worry too much about the colourscheme- which I do agree needs work Smiley

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January 19, 2012, 03:00:41 AM
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Is the pool down?  us.ozco.in?
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January 19, 2012, 06:01:32 AM
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sorry guys, last 12 hours has been ugly Sad
pinned the culprit down to namecoind
all back up and running now Smiley

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January 19, 2012, 09:39:23 PM
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psj is pwning our current server a bit :/

Just purchased a more powerful server to be colocated in Dallas Cheesy
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Will set it up on weekend Smiley

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January 21, 2012, 06:09:56 AM
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port80 is working again
ALL mining is currently on AU server
all mining subdomains are pointed there

new server has been picked up, ram due to arrive in the morning US time
fingers crossed 24-36 hours we should be able to light up new US server Smiley

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January 22, 2012, 05:27:25 AM
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copy of my post in ozcoin forum - to help keep everyone up to date Smiley
https://ozco.in/content/site-hashrate-displayed-0

Thanks catfish,
hit the nail on the head,
Stats are not updating but shares are being counted and paid correctly Smiley

This is being a very frustrating time, we are working hard behind the scenes to get it all working properly. The current US server is having hardware issues and has been taken offline.
New server has been purchased it is just waiting for its ram before being colocated. Despite paying for the fastest available delivery it looks like "next day" will be Monday Dallas time rather than the expected Saturday :/

We also broke http on the site when we setup port80 on the AU server (US is normally the only port80 node) it's ugly and a dirty hack, but was quickest easiest way to keep miners alive and submitting shares Smiley
please use https://ozco.in to access the site.

More than once in the last 48hours I have considered taking the entire site offline until we can get the new server configured and our setup back to a more "normal" state - the only reason I have not is that shares are getting counted and paid correctly Smiley
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To those persevering a big thank you Smiley To those finding it too frustrating, I do understand - keep an eye on the news and come back when we have all our servers online and stable.
We are here for the miners, our goal is excellence.

Hopefully memebrs will see purchasing our own dedicated server rather than hiring as a sign of our commitment to being here longterm and supoport us through this troubled time Smiley

Thanks
Graeme

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January 22, 2012, 05:10:41 PM
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We are trialling some new pool software on an EU server
https://ecoinpool.p2k-network.org/projects/ecoinpool
Huge thanks to p2k, I am impressed by his software and his work ethic Smiley

Please point some hashes there if you are able
http://test.ozco.in:8332 and http://test.ozco.in:80
shares are being counted in the main db and will be paid out as usual Smiley

If testing is succesful we will move the eu.ozco.in mining subdomain to this server Cheesy

If you are not yet a member of Ozcoin go to https://ozco.in register and create a worker

**Important note** ecoinpool does not yet support merged mining so no NMC will be generated by miners here.

thanks,
Graeme

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January 22, 2012, 05:53:12 PM
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Please point some hashes there if you are able
http://test.ozco.in:8332 and http://test.ozco.in:80
shares are being counted in the main db and will be paid out as usual Smiley

Done. Connected one miner to this instance.
Btw, looks like ecoinpool cares about the capitalization of workernames (at least I had to adjust it).
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