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July 26, 2012, 04:17:21 PM
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Ozcoin never sleeps.

US2.ozco.in mining server has just been upgraded to a faster link. Also more memory for the server. Server is located in the midwest. We invite our eastern and midwest miners to use this server.


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July 29, 2012, 02:48:37 PM
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Ozcoin never sleeps.

US2.ozco.in mining server has just been upgraded to a faster link. Also more memory for the server. Server is located in the midwest. We invite our eastern and midwest miners to use this server.


Thanks for all the great work, we just hit 2Th mark today, I made a screenshot  Tongue

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July 29, 2012, 02:53:29 PM
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Ozcoin never sleeps.

US2.ozco.in mining server has just been upgraded to a faster link. Also more memory for the server. Server is located in the midwest. We invite our eastern and midwest miners to use this server.


Thanks for all the great work, we just hit 2Th mark today, I made a screenshot  Tongue
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been bouncing around there for a few hours Cheesy

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July 29, 2012, 04:35:50 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those accepted by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin

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July 29, 2012, 04:39:17 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those appected by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin
delayed stats should not affect payouts, all the shares for a round are tallied for that round.
US2 was put onto a faster link, that is the only recent upgrade Smiley

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July 29, 2012, 05:16:15 PM
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doing some updates on eu2, will require a reboot, so small downtime
expected 10-15 mins at max

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July 29, 2012, 05:27:28 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those appected by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin
delayed stats should not affect payouts, all the shares for a round are tallied for that round.
US2 was put onto a faster link, that is the only recent upgrade Smiley
BTW, switching servers is recognized by the pool as being disconnected for a few minutes, and then connected back, hence reducing the payout (even if the switch is instant)

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July 29, 2012, 05:55:31 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those appected by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin
delayed stats should not affect payouts, all the shares for a round are tallied for that round.
US2 was put onto a faster link, that is the only recent upgrade Smiley
BTW, switching servers is recognized by the pool as being disconnected for a few minutes, and then connected back, hence reducing the payout (even if the switch is instant)
I have never experienced this, there may be a delay in stats and a few stales as you switch over but certainly not minutes.
how have you come to this conclusion?

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July 29, 2012, 06:29:58 PM
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blockchain corruption on eu2
I have moved the dns to eu.ozco.in while sort it out

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July 29, 2012, 07:02:17 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those appected by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin
delayed stats should not affect payouts, all the shares for a round are tallied for that round.
US2 was put onto a faster link, that is the only recent upgrade Smiley
BTW, switching servers is recognized by the pool as being disconnected for a few minutes, and then connected back, hence reducing the payout (even if the switch is instant)
I have never experienced this, there may be a delay in stats and a few stales as you switch over but certainly not minutes.
how have you come to this conclusion?
Indeed I get some stales, but only a few. It can be seen from the user hash rate graph, also round credit gets reduced. However, as I just switched back to us2, I didn't get reduced hash rate. On the contrary I had 20% bump up for a few minutes. So, I guess it evens out  Grin. You might want to check if there could be a bug allowing people to get some extra shares accepted by both servers because of delay. It could be beneficial on the start of every block, as if the block is small, you get higher percentage of it...but I hope everything is fine and this is just an interface lag.

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July 30, 2012, 03:23:05 PM
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Graet, I've noticed that shares from us1 show up in statistics with more delay than those appected by us2 server. Does it affect payouts? For me its more convenient to work with us1, in terms of distance, but as you said earlier us2 has been upgraded  Grin
delayed stats should not affect payouts, all the shares for a round are tallied for that round.
US2 was put onto a faster link, that is the only recent upgrade Smiley
BTW, switching servers is recognized by the pool as being disconnected for a few minutes, and then connected back, hence reducing the payout (even if the switch is instant)
I have never experienced this, there may be a delay in stats and a few stales as you switch over but certainly not minutes.
how have you come to this conclusion?
Indeed I get some stales, but only a few. It can be seen from the user hash rate graph, also round credit gets reduced. However, as I just switched back to us2, I didn't get reduced hash rate. On the contrary I had 20% bump up for a few minutes. So, I guess it evens out  Grin. You might want to check if there could be a bug allowing people to get some extra shares accepted by both servers because of delay. It could be beneficial on the start of every block, as if the block is small, you get higher percentage of it...but I hope everything is fine and this is just an interface lag.
sounds more like a lag in stats than anything, servers only accept back work they have sent out, each mining node has its own bitcoind, so a few stales while waiting for work from new server is to be expected
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I have moved the dns to eu.ozco.in while sort it out
eu2 is now online, waiting for DNS to propagate Smiley

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August 01, 2012, 02:35:49 AM
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Is the 16+ million share round legit? Or did something break?
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August 01, 2012, 02:38:38 AM
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Is the 16+ million share round legit? Or did something break?

longest round ever?

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August 01, 2012, 04:38:42 AM
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Is the 16+ million share round legit? Or did something break?

longest round ever?
yes it was a very long round, no more broken than when we found 4 blocks in a row a couple of weeks ago Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=14085.msg1029314#msg1029314

highest sharecount for a block yes
but with the higher difficulty

if you look at shares/difficulty I don't think its the biggest block yet Smiley
BLOCK: 191666 | 16244082 shares | 10h 35m 27s | Amount: 50.06635 | Found by testconpastas | 797.58% of difficulty
pretty sure we had at least  one over 800% before Smiley

All I can say is variance happens Smiley

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August 01, 2012, 01:22:21 PM
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Thanks Graet... you gave me your bad luck, we just had a 13.5 million round.  Our longest ever, too! 

Take your luck back!

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August 01, 2012, 02:06:02 PM
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I wonder, if major pools are in a bad luck, that means someone could be pushing luck, or using rainbow tables...just saying...

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August 01, 2012, 02:17:04 PM
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How?

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August 01, 2012, 02:19:07 PM
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I wonder, if major pools are in a bad luck, that means someone could be pushing luck, or using rainbow tables...just saying...
Maybe someone is doing a block withholding attack. I doubt it, though.

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August 01, 2012, 02:19:53 PM
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How?
Well, you've got fractals on your pic, so you tell me  Grin

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August 01, 2012, 02:23:10 PM
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I also find the huge hashrate/luck fluctuations strange but I guess luck variance on network scale from the extremely good and extremely bad scale will slowly have bigger gaps due to increase in hashrate, so its not all that unlikely that this is all just good/badluck streaks.

One thing that seems pretty strange though after looking at deepbit luck, its sitting at 1hr 30mins per block for the day @ 3.5TH, that seems pretty damn unreal. o_0

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