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January 14, 2014, 01:24:51 AM
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I'm mining on EMC for about 2/3 months now and received 0.02BTC every day. Since one week I get that amount every 3(!!) days. Is something wrong with the pool or is the difficulty just breaking the roofs? Seems kinda strange that it happend so fast...
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January 14, 2014, 10:18:35 PM
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Difficulty is increasing rather rapidly at the moment... it will be probably be another month or two before it starts to level off again I'd guess.

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January 17, 2014, 02:18:40 AM
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Just wondering if that has any roll on effect anywhere that you need to look into:

280732
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2014-01-16 04:59:10
1,248,837,248
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49.77%

Block 280732 had difficulty 1,789,546,951.05 - so the % should be over 50%
Same for 280673

I wonder if all the % might be wrong since the diff change?

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January 17, 2014, 02:39:26 AM
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Just wondering if that has any roll on effect anywhere that you need to look into:

280732
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02:48:57
2014-01-16 04:59:10
1,248,837,248
(14,001,529)
49.77%

Block 280732 had difficulty 1,789,546,951.05 - so the % should be over 50%
Same for 280673

I wonder if all the % might be wrong since the diff change?

0.4976536 is the upper tail CDF for 0.6978511 d1 shares/difficulty. I don't have time to check atm, but if you calculate:

exp(-shares/difficulty) and this figure is the same as the percentage figure given, then the percentage is of the CDF.

Edit: Or it could just be a big fat coincidence.

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January 17, 2014, 04:53:50 AM
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Just wondering if that has any roll on effect anywhere that you need to look into:

280732
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02:48:57
2014-01-16 04:59:10
1,248,837,248
(14,001,529)
49.77%

Block 280732 had difficulty 1,789,546,951.05 - so the % should be over 50%
Same for 280673

I wonder if all the % might be wrong since the diff change?

0.4976536 is the upper tail CDF for 0.6978511 d1 shares/difficulty. I don't have time to check atm, but if you calculate:

exp(-shares/difficulty) and this figure is the same as the percentage figure given, then the percentage is of the CDF.

Edit: Or it could just be a big fat coincidence.
Oh - I thought it was just that 50% means expected number of shares.

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January 17, 2014, 04:58:56 AM
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I thought it was just that 50% means expected number of shares.

I just logged in - it looks like he's using the upper tail CDF to indicate luck. I reckon this is probably the best way to do it since the "luck" definition is bounded equally at 0 and 1, but not many other pools are doing this.

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January 17, 2014, 05:30:06 AM
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Yes, luck factor is calculated exactly as you describe Organofcorti.

I'm certainly open to other interpretations of luck that would be more relevant, if anyone has suggestions.


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January 17, 2014, 06:46:46 AM
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Yes, luck factor is calculated exactly as you describe Organofcorti.

I'm certainly open to other interpretations of luck that would be more relevant, if anyone has suggestions.



I think that the CDF and shares per round are both useful, but both need to be explained clearly for miners.

My preference is for the CDF. Maybe others prefer shares per round, although it's only under proportional payment methods that shares per round is linked closely to reward for each miner.


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January 17, 2014, 10:35:41 AM
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Yes, luck factor is calculated exactly as you describe Organofcorti.

I'm certainly open to other interpretations of luck that would be more relevant, if anyone has suggestions.

Nope, none of them really make much sense anyway (to me) when you 'average' them Smiley

I just took the comment at the bottom about 50% to mean that 50% was expected.
Clearly, I did that wrong Cheesy

Certainly not a request to change it.

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January 17, 2014, 06:30:06 PM
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Josh can you look into my login issues please?

my account says my 2fa failed but i know its right.

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January 18, 2014, 09:18:23 PM
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I have tried to catch up with all of the GA & password reset requests today.  There are inevitably some I have missed (Why do people want to send me 12 page dissertations when sending password reset requests?  The world may never know...)  ...

If I have missed your request, please send it again to admin@eclipsemc.com.  Please be as brief and succicnt as possible, in addition to including the necessary information, which is basically email address and account name.  Requests must come from the email address associated with the account, other requests will be ignored.  If you do not have an email address associated with your account, you need to create a new one as your account is not recoverable.


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January 28, 2014, 06:53:02 AM
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Had some strangeness show for my workers.
One now says no shares for 4 days but had (lotsa) shares yesterday.
I guess there was some web issue?
OK Ignore that - I clearly am unable to keep track of my own workers and which ones are doing what Smiley

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January 30, 2014, 10:34:21 AM
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I'm not sure I got paid correctly on the 27th. I'm not complaining about it per se but you might want to look into your payout code.

I seemingly got double paid. If there isn't a mistake I will happily keep it but its possible more then myself had this happen.

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February 05, 2014, 08:56:12 PM
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Web interface is reporting no shares last couple of hours for me while my rig is still happily mining away on us1.

EDIT: Working now.

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February 22, 2014, 04:42:59 PM
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Hi, really love this pool!  Smiley

Just one question -- the "PPS Rate" shown in the "More Stats" popup ... is that before or after subtracting the 5% pool fee?
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February 23, 2014, 09:05:41 PM
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Eclipsemc just added to my altcoins and mining pools database
Good luck, guys.
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February 25, 2014, 08:01:23 PM
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@Inaba

Hi Josh, you may recall that many moons ago I complained that miner failure notifications weren't working for me (EMC username roybadami) and you took a look and couldn't see anything wrong (and even triggered an alert by simulating failure of the roybadami_test worker).

Well, I'm still having problems with this and I think I have some more useful information that might point to what's going wrong.

Late on Sunday evening (London time) I shut down my miners, and I didn't get any notification (which didn't surprise me - I usually don't).  However some time during the night (apparently at 04:39 London time), I got a text message saying failed miner, last activity at 04:39.  And then at 05:54 I received an email alert that also claimed last activity at 04:39 Europe/London.

However I *know* that there wasn't any mining activity anywhere near 4:39am London time, as cgminer wasn't even running over night.  So this points to a timezone issue, I think.  Somehow my share submissions are getting timestamped in your db many hours into the future, so the activity alert only fires if I'm offline for many hours.  Could it be that eu.eclipsemc.com is recording last activity in an unexpected timezone, which is confusing the alerting system maybe?  I have a suspicion that the problems _might_ have started when I started using the eu server.

Thanks

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ETA: Alerts certainly used to work for me when I first started using EMC.  Plausible things that have changed between then and now are.... (very probably) starting to use eu.eclipsemc.com, and (quite possibly, but not sure) changing my timezone in my EMC settings from the default to Europe/London.
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February 26, 2014, 12:58:36 AM
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Interesting theory, Roy... however, the way shares are handled wouldn't allow disparate times to be entered into the DB.  Each share server is it's own independent entity and has no relation to the master database, so if the wrong time were on the share server, it wouldn't affect the alert server at all. 

However, can you test a different server, either US1, US2 or US3 and see if your problem clears up. 

Also, what is your pool name and I can look in the mail log and see if anything is being rejected?


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Interesting theory, Roy... however, the way shares are handled wouldn't allow disparate times to be entered into the DB.  Each share server is it's own independent entity and has no relation to the master database, so if the wrong time were on the share server, it wouldn't affect the alert server at all.


However, can you test a different server, either US1, US2 or US3 and see if your problem clears up. 

Yes, I intend to test that.  I'll also try changing my timezone (what's the default?)

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Also, what is your pool name and I can look in the mail log and see if anything is being rejected?

Pool name is roybadami - my shares are certainly getting counted, as the payout is pretty much exactly what I expect based on my hash rate.

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