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July 22, 2011, 03:34:11 PM
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Yeah, when my rig was at home, the fans slowing down would get my attention.
Come to think of it, I haven received my text.

And on this subject, if my command line is:
./poclbm.py --server=http://<miner_name>:<password>@us.eclipsemc.com:8337 --worksize=128 -v -f 5 --device=1

how to I include the backup option?

I've tried a couple based on what I got from ./poclbm -h but nothing has worked so far.

you have to use the most recent poclbm, and the switch is --backup=

The exact format should be accessible using the --help switch. If that doesn't work I'll post you an example when I get home.

If you get a chance, could you also show how to install the latest poclbm on ubuntu?  The backup feature sounds awesome.

Don't know, I use LinuxCoin. But you should check out Inaba's other thread:
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=7514.msg110331#msg110331


Edit: after a quick look at the poclbm thread, you can use github for the source, or you can check out a link showing how to install on ubuntu:
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2636

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July 23, 2011, 10:41:20 PM
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Did anyone else notice a small drop in the latest payout from block #26?

I've been getting 0.28680465~0.30436400 mining 24/7 .. now it dropped to Est. Reward: 0.26384397 ?? What could the reason be? I've not had any disconnections that i know of.
Have we gotten any new members or big increase in Pool Hashspeed`?

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July 23, 2011, 10:54:24 PM
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Block 26 was paid on the scoring system.  The estimated reward does not reflect an accurate figure - I will be changing the formula to reflect what you would be paid if the round ended right then.

Here are the numbers for block 26:

id     f     c     b     r     los     lastscore     totalscore
ID: 26 (137655)     f: 0.0000000000000000     c: 0.01000000     b: 50     r: 0.0000585471264617     los: 9.7456492737845295     LSCORE: 76.9016506076480937     TSCORE: 17080.7575770762996399

Total Payout: 49.93444761
Total Donation: 0.065552289999999999170476883137


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July 23, 2011, 11:29:51 PM
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pathetic donation numbers

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'preciate your time and effort Inaba

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July 24, 2011, 04:39:04 PM
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Thanks Webmonkey.  It's ok... maybe the numbers will increase once the pool is stable enough Smiley


id     f     c     b     r     los     lastscore     totalscore
ID: 27 (137805)     f: 0.0000000000000000     c: 0.01000000     b: 50     r: 0.0000585471264617     los: 9.7456492737845295     LSCORE: 53.5512416143514329     TSCORE: 17080.7575750034011435

Total Payout: 49.94096587
Total Donation: 0.085334970000000009981988569052

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July 24, 2011, 04:46:02 PM
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i'm at the low end of the share producers so i don't have much of an impact on the pool.
even at my "donation %" it isn't much, i just don't "make" that much
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this last round or block or whatever the terminology is, the website seems "snappier".  i like that.
more like it was back on block 4

anyway, wish i had more hashes to put in the pool but i'm very content here.

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July 24, 2011, 08:47:27 PM
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Hi Inaba,

Just a quick heads up that the notification emails and SMS's aren't working (in case you didn't already know).   
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July 24, 2011, 08:59:22 PM
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Yeah I forgot to turn them back on after working on the last block.  They are back on now - failed miner email/sms should still be working though, right?

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July 24, 2011, 09:03:21 PM
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Yep, all good, thanks Smiley   New card should be arriving today or tomorrow so that'll be 3 5870's heading your way Smiley
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July 25, 2011, 02:51:30 PM
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Did anyone else notice a small drop in the latest payout from block #26?
In block 27 I have ~ 4500 shares
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in  block 28 I have ~ 2100 shares
Why is in block stats to both listed
my shares = 0?  Sad
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July 25, 2011, 03:17:32 PM
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There seems to be a calculation problem with share counts when your payout would be below 1 satoshi.  I am looking into that issue today.

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July 25, 2011, 05:37:25 PM
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Just a quick heads up that the notification emails and SMS's aren't working (in case you didn't already know).   
I have never got a SMS but I am not sure if the number from US to europe GSM is correct...
I have got this from the web
US -> EU
011 +43 +6xxxxxxxxxx
is this correct?
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July 25, 2011, 06:08:53 PM
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Remove the +'s.  I actually make some changes to remove it, but you're better off just inputting the numbers.

Try with and without the country code, so:

011436xxxxxxxx
436xxxxxx 

Not sure which is appropriate... hard to keep track of all the country codes!

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July 25, 2011, 11:04:27 PM
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@Inaba add an give tip's "Spare change" for donation next to the % box. Then one should be able to add 0.000XXXX, X=change that should be given as tip's.

Ex: 0.30480062 - 0.304  = 0.00080062 for the tip jar.

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July 26, 2011, 07:45:58 PM
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So, Im curious... I noticed something, I seem to get rewarded the same amount no matter how long a block takes to solve by the pool, whether its 15hrs or 3days

Does this mean a given block is higher in difficulty vs one that is fairly simple?

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July 26, 2011, 07:49:44 PM
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So, Im curious... I noticed something, I seem to get rewarded the same amount no matter how long a block takes to solve by the pool, whether its 15hrs or 3days
If you're 1% of the pool, you'll always get on average 1% of the reward of every block, which is 0.5 BTC. But if a block took longer, it means you got 0.5BTC for a longer period of mining, so it's less per unit of time.

Does this mean a given block is higher in difficulty vs one that is fairly simple?
Difficulty only changes once every 2016 blocks. But finding blocks is random so some times it takes longer than others.

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July 26, 2011, 07:58:30 PM
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So, then why would a block take longer then another block?
Does it all depend on the time it takes for someone to find another block? and we just all sit around hashing away on the current block till this happens?

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July 26, 2011, 08:15:05 PM
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That's a great idea PoulGrym, I will make that happen!

Tarkin - think of mining a block like winning the lottery.  It's completely random and everyone is buying billions of tickets per second and only one person can win.  So every six minutes, on average, someone gets a jackpot for their trillions of tickets submitted.  Sometimes luck runs with you and you find a block fairly quickly, other times, not so much and it takes longer.

We are never working on the same block for more than about 6 minutes.  Every time a block is solved everyone, everywhere starts working on the next block at the same time.  So everyone is working on a new block every six minutes.

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July 26, 2011, 09:10:33 PM
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That's a great idea PoulGrym, I will make that happen!

Tarkin - think of mining a block like winning the lottery.  It's completely random and everyone is buying billions of tickets per second and only one person can win.  So every six minutes, on average, someone gets a jackpot for their trillions of tickets submitted.  Sometimes luck runs with you and you find a block fairly quickly, other times, not so much and it takes longer.

We are never working on the same block for more than about 6 minutes.  Every time a block is solved everyone, everywhere starts working on the next block at the same time.  So everyone is working on a new block every six minutes.

Ah, I got ya and we basically are just awarded in our pool when someone of our pool discovers a block then we all split up the 50btc from that block right?

Therefore the smaller the pool the more reward when a discovered block by someone in that pool is solved but it takes longer...
But if it was a bigger pool, more blocks would be discovered but much less payout chunk...

Its all starting to make sense.
Im a noob and still tryin to wrap my head around the blocks and bla bla bla...started mining this weekend lol..

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July 27, 2011, 01:48:41 PM
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That's a great idea PoulGrym, I will make that happen!

Tarkin - think of mining a block like winning the lottery.  It's completely random and everyone is buying billions of tickets per second and only one person can win.  So every six minutes, on average, someone gets a jackpot for their trillions of tickets submitted.  Sometimes luck runs with you and you find a block fairly quickly, other times, not so much and it takes longer.

We are never working on the same block for more than about 6 minutes.  Every time a block is solved everyone, everywhere starts working on the next block at the same time.  So everyone is working on a new block every six minutes.

Ah, I got ya and we basically are just awarded in our pool when someone of our pool discovers a block then we all split up the 50btc from that block right?

Therefore the smaller the pool the more reward when a discovered block by someone in that pool is solved but it takes longer...
But if it was a bigger pool, more blocks would be discovered but much less payout chunk...

Its all starting to make sense.
Im a noob and still tryin to wrap my head around the blocks and bla bla bla...started mining this weekend lol..

That's just about it. Which is a bad thing, noobs will most likely join a big pool so they see more stable and frequent income even though it works out to be the same in the long run. Which is why stickying the top 10 biggest pools is a bad idea imo. But that's OT.

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