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Author Topic: [CLOSED] MtRed (PPS, LP+, API, 0 FEE) STRATUM on mine.mtred.com:3333  (Read 166251 times)
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June 12, 2012, 09:18:10 AM
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pa.mtred is going nuts it seems, up and down.
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June 12, 2012, 05:58:21 PM
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I've just been informed another box shared by us is being ddos'd. Waiting on more info from ISP.

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June 12, 2012, 06:46:57 PM
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I've just been informed another box shared by us is being ddos'd. Waiting on more info from ISP.


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June 12, 2012, 09:39:18 PM
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I've just been informed another box shared by us is being ddos'd. Waiting on more info from ISP.


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June 12, 2012, 09:51:13 PM
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I'm guessing you guys are on a VPS then?

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June 12, 2012, 09:58:11 PM
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I'm guessing you guys are on a VPS then?

Doesn't exactly mean that, they could be on the same network line. I've seen hosts that offer cheaper 1gbit connections because they are shared with other boxes.
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June 12, 2012, 10:06:01 PM
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auto payment having problems? or is there a lower threshold i'm not meeting? trying to set it to .05 btc, but i have confirmed over .09. (my mhash sucks...)

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June 12, 2012, 10:10:38 PM
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I'm guessing you guys are on a VPS then?

Doesn't exactly mean that, they could be on the same network line. I've seen hosts that offer cheaper 1gbit connections because they are shared with other boxes.

It isn't only cheap hosts.  If you colocate a single server, you're vulnerable to a DDoS if any server in your rack is getting attacked.  Even with entire racks, you're going to be sharing an upstream switch at some point with other servers.  It all comes down to how quickly the datacenter can isolate the attack and blackhole the affected server, and how far upstream the attack separates from you.

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June 12, 2012, 10:16:22 PM
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It isn't only cheap hosts.  If you colocate a single server, you're vulnerable to a DDoS if any server in your rack is getting attacked.  Even with entire racks, you're going to be sharing an upstream switch at some point with other servers.  It all comes down to how quickly the datacenter can isolate the attack and blackhole the affected server, and how far upstream the attack separates from you.

I see, thanks for that bit of information.
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June 13, 2012, 06:25:26 AM
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Something is wrong  Sad

pa.mtred.com does not work and

mtred.com has high reject rates. In a period without new blocks I got 2.34% rejects with mtred, 0% with ABC and 0% with deepbit.

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June 13, 2012, 01:06:40 PM
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pa.mtred.com does not work and

mtred.com has high reject rates. In a period without new blocks I got 2.34% rejects with mtred, 0% with ABC and 0% with deepbit.

seconding this - wouldn't have noticed if i hadn't seen his post. getting rejects here too. (though guiminer isn't giving a percentage... god i need to set up cgminer.)
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June 13, 2012, 04:00:52 PM
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seems something is wrong with this NMC block:

NMC   9ccf02ebb4631fd9d4b4486710eb3651ec9ac82d22312d56...   12/6/12 04:39am   2h0m21s   0.00000000   375946   120 req.

Its confirmed aint moving, if its invalid how do you handle the rewards or do they get paid from the next block since those rewards seem to just remain in processing atm.

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June 13, 2012, 10:36:50 PM
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Something is wrong  Sad

pa.mtred.com does not work and

mtred.com has high reject rates. In a period without new blocks I got 2.34% rejects with mtred, 0% with ABC and 0% with deepbit.

seconding this - wouldn't have noticed if i hadn't seen his post. getting rejects here too. (though guiminer isn't giving a percentage... god i need to set up cgminer.)

Looking into this, believe it could be due to packet loss or another culprit...



seems something is wrong with this NMC block:

NMC   9ccf02ebb4631fd9d4b4486710eb3651ec9ac82d22312d56...   12/6/12 04:39am   2h0m21s   0.00000000   375946   120 req.

Its confirmed aint moving, if its invalid how do you handle the rewards or do they get paid from the next block since those rewards seem to just remain in processing atm.


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June 14, 2012, 07:50:46 AM
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Is there a SECRET Proportional payout section for the pool that I do not have a login or link for ?

Why does the hash rate for the pool INCREASE dramatically at the beginning of every new block ?

I am going to go out on a limb here and guess that people aren't hopping to get the most out of NMC mining...so what's the deal ? This pool IS PPS, isn't it ?

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June 14, 2012, 08:24:40 AM
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Its the same with ozcoin and abcpool, these increases come from GPUMAX users using the pools as offline pools.

Definitely no conspiracy here.

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June 14, 2012, 01:31:59 PM
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Why does the hash rate for the pool INCREASE dramatically at the beginning of every new block ?

Its the same with ozcoin and abcpool, these increases come from GPUMAX users using the pools as offline pools.

Definitely no conspiracy here.

Ozcoin's hashrate increases are not coincident with the start of a round. However, looking at the MtRed hashrate chart I can't where rounds start - bitlane, are you sure the increases in hashrate are at the start of the new block?


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June 14, 2012, 02:24:14 PM
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Ozcoin's hashrate increases are not coincident with the start of a round. However, looking at the MtRed hashrate chart I can't where rounds start - bitlane, are you sure the increases in hashrate are at the start of the new block?

This is a PPS Pool. The increase in hashrate is from a single user that pops on every once in awhile with 200+GH/s from what I've seen. Its a single person, most likely using this as a backup pool or a gpumax private pool.
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June 14, 2012, 02:52:37 PM
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Ozcoin's hashrate increases are not coincident with the start of a round. However, looking at the MtRed hashrate chart I can't where rounds start - bitlane, are you sure the increases in hashrate are at the start of the new block?

This is a PPS Pool. The increase in hashrate is from a single user that pops on every once in awhile with 200+GH/s from what I've seen. Its a single person, most likely using this as a backup pool or a gpumax private pool.

I didn't think the pool was prop, just thought maybe some miners still had their bitHopper on last year's pools. But if the hashrate increases aren't coincident with round starts, then it's likely as you say, a proxy using the pool as backup or gpumax.

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June 14, 2012, 02:54:51 PM
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I didn't think the pool was prop, just thought maybe some miners still had their bitHopper on last year's pools. But if the hashrate increases aren't coincident with round starts, then it's likely as you say, a proxy using the pool as backup or gpumax.

This isn't the user I was talking about, but here is a good example.



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June 15, 2012, 09:57:45 AM
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I seem to be getting a heck of a lot more rejects across longpolls lately. There's a deathly pause where no shares are being accepted, then the longpoll hits and a ton of rejects are returned along with it.

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[2012-06-15 19:56:56] Accepted 474d3cb6.ba57e09a GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] Rejected a3a7776a.c2c0c81a GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] Rejected 5dccdbc1.5ce6dc85 GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] Rejected de781d20.116097a9 GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] Rejected 14500521.6ac58d17 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:03] Rejected 06324d16.70e994b1 GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:04] Rejected 26a5920b.8961c4bc GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:04] Rejected 1ee51bba.9676a3f7 GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 19:57:06] Accepted 05aac654.90f7fb03 GPU 2 pool 1

I've seen up to twice as many rejects as this too.

This machine has 2.75GH on cgminer 2.4.3

edit: here's a monster one:

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[2012-06-15 21:17:58] LONGPOLL from pool 1 detected new block
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 077a4ecf.50e39ba5 GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 56324165.ec7de8e2 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 9d2aa7fc.d23f797f GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 74b0100e.c34e0f49 GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected a0519268.132c3f8d GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 75f067a6.964e1a6f GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 95e2c906.27d56c1f GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected c808a07d.0c463b4d GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 6cbaaa10.6f668321 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected d9c213f5.59d8669c GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 2fdd68a6.958e8e8a GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected e184cc0e.efd0623e GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected e2d28c95.a5fe6a22 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 84e33d33.f6ecc4d7 GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected aee3afb1.fa8c347b GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 1d8d471b.eae8b003 GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 51eda82a.32ff74bb GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 795eb39c.81b5f967 GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected 38d95929.1639c0cd GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:17:58] Rejected d038c576.e0024be2 GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:00] Accepted 661e54c2.34f7804e GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:01] Accepted 811e9c36.d9f71791 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:01] Accepted 5e472b8e.3c6faf8c GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:02] Rejected c09b5d56.3c8a7a88 GPU 2 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:03] Accepted a5f0834f.faa26cb0 GPU 0 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:04] Rejected 3e35a364.1a58cc24 GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:05] Accepted 84ab8f58.0ccc74d6 GPU 3 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:06] Rejected 32b6baa8.30c20107 GPU 1 pool 1
 [2012-06-15 21:18:08] Accepted d5fb6e21.1cae1fd4 GPU 1 pool 1

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