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September 09, 2013, 08:32:14 AM
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AU mining node down while bitcoind reindexes after a crash
seems there is corruption somewhere in the blockchain, this has affected quite a few people now, Bitcoin devs are aware and looking for the issue

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September 09, 2013, 09:22:37 AM
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Yes, my bitcoin (8.4-beta) wallet just announced that my block chain was corrupt and started re-indexing the whole thing...

Now hanging out on Atomic-Trade.com...
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September 09, 2013, 09:36:45 AM
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Yes, my bitcoin (8.4-beta) wallet just announced that my block chain was corrupt and started re-indexing the whole thing...
gmaxwell has a patch out for testing https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/2982
short term fix is: specify the command-line or configuration file argument -checklevel=2  to Bitcoind or Bitcoin-qt.
reindex will not fix it, but once started you will need to wait for reindex to finish.
above from Devs

Edit: AU mining node back online
AU mining node ongoing issues
We are stopping mining on au.ozco.in until we can make it stable, sorry for any inconvenience

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September 11, 2013, 02:20:10 PM
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found a new server and host for AU mining node, will be moving over next couple of days
also upgrading DB/www server over the weekend
downtime will be minimal
cheers
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September 11, 2013, 02:55:45 PM
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Payout threshold reduced to 0.01BTC to help smaller miners.
Please be aware lowering payout threshold below 0.1BTC will likely incur higher fees when you go to spend your coins.

Thanks, I'm still the same GPU miner, but difficulty is now 100M instead of 1.5M of two years ago (this adjustment doesn't even keep up with difficulty)... Just this year:



10 Block Erupters would take nearly a week before earning the old 0.1BTC.
Now BTC0.01  = $1.38 USD = $1.49 AUD = €1.05 = 1 week of $40 ASIC Block Erupter = 1 week of $150 GPU.

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September 15, 2013, 06:18:51 PM
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So looking at the pools page I see it listing the pools total hash rate as about 20 ghash. Is that accurate? I'm personally running 15 gh myself!

Did I miss something?
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September 15, 2013, 06:30:36 PM
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So looking at the pools page I see it listing the pools total hash rate as about 20 ghash. Is that accurate? I'm personally running 15 gh myself!

Did I miss something?

Pool: [ 21,498.67 GHash/s | 198 Users | 959 Workers ]

21,498 GH, that are 21TH!

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September 15, 2013, 06:33:24 PM
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So looking at the pools page I see it listing the pools total hash rate as about 20 ghash. Is that accurate? I'm personally running 15 gh myself!

Did I miss something?

Pool: [ 21,498.67 GHash/s | 198 Users | 959 Workers ]

21,498 GH, that are 21TH!

I was just on my way to edit that... Just woke up, ignore me.
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September 17, 2013, 02:10:11 AM
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I just checked email, got one yesterday saying my ozcoin wallet address had changed (?!?!?).  Just went into ozcoin website and it shows withdrawal made of all my remaining coins to this other (Unknown) address.  I haven't logged into the ozcoin website in months.  Not sure who/how my address could have been changed and then all coins withdrawn in a 24hr timespan.

I use a > 15 digit alphanumeric pwd that is not repeated at any other site, and I don't have any other indications I might have been compromised.  Am I missing something obvious?  I haven't been on the forums or paying alot of attention lately, so this is possible, but I'm still somewhat troubled.  Given the current exchange rate of Bitcoin this represents a nontrivial amount of currency.

Thanks

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September 17, 2013, 05:08:38 PM
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Two failed worker emails in 12 hours, worker was never down.
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September 17, 2013, 09:37:42 PM
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anyone else having payout problems? i've at .03, and my threshold is set to .1 but it hasn't sent anything yet.
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September 17, 2013, 11:12:54 PM
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anyone else having payout problems? i've at .03, and my threshold is set to .1 but it hasn't sent anything yet.
.03 is not more than .1 ?

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September 17, 2013, 11:13:02 PM
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And it won't since .1 is larger than .03

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September 17, 2013, 11:15:18 PM
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heh. typo... i meant .01... sigh.

thqanks for the basic math education though fellas.
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September 17, 2013, 11:33:19 PM
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Did we really find block 525 11 minutes before block 524?  ;-)

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September 18, 2013, 12:49:54 AM
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Did we really find block 525 11 minutes before block 524?  ;-)

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The date/time in the block header has no guarantee of reliability ...
In fact that is used by roll-n-time to make it even more unreliable ...

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September 18, 2013, 02:45:51 AM
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yeah minimum threshold is 0.01 now, we needed to update payout wallet so payments were off for a while, should all be back to normal now
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Good news new AU mining node commissioned, moving DNS over now,

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September 18, 2013, 03:55:13 AM
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yeah minimum threshold is 0.01 now, we needed to update payout wallet so payments were off for a while, should all be back to normal now
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Good news new AU mining node commissioned, moving DNS over now,

ah, so that's what it was. all fine now though. thanks. Cheesy
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September 19, 2013, 03:15:21 AM
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yeah minimum threshold is 0.01 now, we needed to update payout wallet so payments were off for a while, should all be back to normal now
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Good news new AU mining node commissioned, moving DNS over now,

I've posted here and personal message, with reasonable tone and volume. Are there other support options? Not to raise a stink but someone stole my coins from your website, I'd appreciate at least a token response.  I'd rather not have to change either tone or volume. Smiley 
Thanks in advance.

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September 19, 2013, 07:52:17 AM
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I just checked email, got one yesterday saying my ozcoin wallet address had changed (?!?!?).  Just went into ozcoin website and it shows withdrawal made of all my remaining coins to this other (Unknown) address.  I haven't logged into the ozcoin website in months.  Not sure who/how my address could have been changed and then all coins withdrawn in a 24hr timespan.

I use a > 15 digit alphanumeric pwd that is not repeated at any other site, and I don't have any other indications I might have been compromised.  Am I missing something obvious?  I haven't been on the forums or paying alot of attention lately, so this is possible, but I'm still somewhat troubled.  Given the current exchange rate of Bitcoin this represents a nontrivial amount of currency.

Thanks

I've posted here and personal message, with reasonable tone and volume. Are there other support options? Not to raise a stink but someone stole my coins from your website, I'd appreciate at least a token response.  I'd rather not have to change either tone or volume. Smiley  
Thanks in advance.

It is good for you to report here, but it is probable that nothing is wrong with the site - your credentials for the pool website were likely obtained by a cracker, by your computer, email accounts, or network connection being Pwned. With Bitcoin, you are responsible for your own security; there is no bank to call that can give you your money back when you got scammed. There is also no way to prove it wasn't you that withdrew the money.

You can report the theft to Police who will be glad to chuckle; with someone willing enough to file a police report because a theft actually happened, a site admin may be able to turn over what forensic evidence there is, likely just a Tor exit node IP address or an IP address of one of over 9000 rooted machines under a hacker's control (if there even is any logging - many users might prefer no logging of their pool connections if given the choice...)

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