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April 24, 2014, 03:23:56 PM
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Zero.  BFL has nothing to burn in, ergo there can't be any hashrate from burn-in.

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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April 24, 2014, 03:51:17 PM
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Zero.  BFL has nothing to burn in, ergo there can't be any hashrate from burn-in.


Ok, from preorders then...?
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April 25, 2014, 03:48:49 AM
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Zero.  BFL has nothing to burn in, ergo there can't be any hashrate from burn-in.


Ok, from preorders then...?

Is that comment supposed to be hilarious? Because it is.

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May 13, 2014, 09:43:20 PM
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Web site is down for me, and got an SMS alert for one of my miners.  Still submitting shares though.  (BFL forums down, too.)

DOS?

ETA: and ghash.io users reporting problems too - is there a widespread DDoS in progress?
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May 14, 2014, 07:22:55 AM
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Web site is down for me, and got an SMS alert for one of my miners.  Still submitting shares though.  (BFL forums down, too.)

DOS?

ETA: and ghash.io users reporting problems too - is there a widespread DDoS in progress?

my failovers kicked in last night, eligius wouldn't accept shares for a short time either... all good this morning though.

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June 07, 2014, 08:58:01 PM
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Is there any way to define difficulty or limit the vardiff push?
The vardiff is pushing 2.74k to my 15 blades and they just can't hack it and I am loosing money by not submitting shares.
Hate to move to another pool or split my hash power between pools.
any advice welcomed.
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June 13, 2014, 10:53:05 AM
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4 blocks in 8 days? We are having really bad luck Sad

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June 13, 2014, 06:38:12 PM
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PPS has no variance Smiley

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June 18, 2014, 06:41:06 PM
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Hi,

you used to have merged mining namecoin enabled quite some time ago. I recently logged in to your pool again (after not mining for a year or so) to see that not only merged mining is gone, but also the NMC that I never bothered to pay out are not mentioned anywhere.
What happened to them? It was not much at the time, if I remember correctly their worth was roughly 1% of the BTC I mined at your pool, which would still make it a nice amount nowadays.

Thanks
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June 18, 2014, 06:42:58 PM
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oops, where did all the NMC go?  Roll Eyes i do wonder.

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June 19, 2014, 10:56:08 AM
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Hi,

you used to have merged mining namecoin enabled quite some time ago. I recently logged in to your pool again (after not mining for a year or so) to see that not only merged mining is gone, but also the NMC that I never bothered to pay out are not mentioned anywhere.
What happened to them? It was not much at the time, if I remember correctly their worth was roughly 1% of the BTC I mined at your pool, which would still make it a nice amount nowadays.

Thanks

Aren't you going to answer this question? I asked the same question at EMC's official forum (hosted by butterflylabs) abd guess what, the forum is moderated and my question is not even activated by the moderators (I believe inaba is one of them) while other questions habe been answered in the meantime.
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June 19, 2014, 11:59:06 AM
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Hi,

you used to have merged mining namecoin enabled quite some time ago. I recently logged in to your pool again (after not mining for a year or so) to see that not only merged mining is gone, but also the NMC that I never bothered to pay out are not mentioned anywhere.
What happened to them? It was not much at the time, if I remember correctly their worth was roughly 1% of the BTC I mined at your pool, which would still make it a nice amount nowadays.

Thanks

If you look back in this thread Inaba stopped the mining of NMC Jan 2013. At that time you could request your balance to be sent to you manually. I can't speak for the other forums but I don't think he checks in here more then once every few days.

With the above being said, why would you leave a balance sitting out there for 18 months? Heck, I don't like leaving any coins out there for 18 hours before I get it in my wallet.

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June 19, 2014, 12:20:24 PM
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A mixture of not wanting to convert it to BTC (it was a small portion), not trusting exchanges to hold my NMC (and for a good reason so) and not wanting to set up a NMC wallet for what was worth very little at the time.

Yes, probably my fault. Yet I hope I still can get my NMC.

PS: forum search did not show relevabt reults (and only one search per 90 seconds is really slow) and reading through 200+ pages is not really an answer.
Thus, I really appreciate your answer!
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June 19, 2014, 01:25:19 PM
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PS: forum search did not show relevabt reults (and only one search per 90 seconds is really slow) and reading through 200+ pages is not really an answer.
Thus, I really appreciate your answer!

I'm not sure anyone uses the site search function. I'm pretty sure everyone uses a google site search, eg:

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site:bitcointalk.org emc nmc

should do the job for you.

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July 19, 2014, 05:04:42 AM
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I think US3 has a problem. I have been mining on it for longer then I should have. The API lists a hashrate that is about right for my hardware. The block solve emails are either broken or US3 is stuck because it has said 0 mh\s 0 shares submitted since June 23rd at 406PM US MDT. I had the last one paid on June 20 at 6:18PM MDT.

The 0 thing is on all blocks for me after 303426. If you could check on it I would appreciate it. It's my fault for not checking the emails since June 20th. I am curious what happened.

EDIT: It looks like I had 2 miners set to PPS. I am sorry for the bother. I do wish PPS actually listed shares per block but that's just a small thing.

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July 26, 2014, 03:01:37 PM
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Isn't Inaba in jail for stealing all the mining cycles on his customers new hardware?  I heard he was.
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July 27, 2014, 10:47:44 AM
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Isn't Inaba in jail for stealing all the mining cycles on his customers new hardware?  I heard he was.

Source? Or just delete your inflammatory bullshit.

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August 05, 2014, 08:49:40 PM
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Hey,
I am not getting block solve emails. Last one I got was July 19th, 2014. Block #311527. I have tried changing my account email for block solve is checked. I have unchecked it, saved, then re-checked it and saved again. So far no good.

I had another thought on the variable difficulty it seems to always jump around a lot. The algorithm seems to do a fair job at being around some number of shares per minute. It would be nice if some code change would let it perform a bit more statically. Like maybe after 5 or so retargets have it use 50% of the expected adjustment. I think 5 would get it in the ball park. Then after say another 5 retargets (about 10 minutes after the first 5) change it to only changing maybe a single digit if its low bump the difficulty down by 1 or high up by 1. Eventually it will likely settle into a very narrow window or a relatively static rate.

I know someone asked before and it was maybe difficult but right now EMC is hard-coded to start at a set difficulty. It may reduce the time to a stable difficulty if the end user could turn up the base difficulty. I don't mean force a totally static difficulty but say my miner is at 60 and 68 for difficulty maybe I set the base to 64. Now the algorithm won't go lower then 64 and if some extra hash power shows up it can always adjust up. This would also make the first adjustment around 2 minutes. I also like this idea because the first while there are a lot of adjustments or can be as it is now but with an expected floor when a miner goes offline for a bit that's ok. When the miner is restarted or fixed the difficulty would start somewhere close to the range.

Assuming it can be done of course it would require user intervention to change it from the default. So if no one changes their base difficulty then it will still try to find a good range. If someone did set it, even too high it is going to lower load on the server for quite some time.

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August 11, 2014, 08:41:31 AM
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So is anyone else getting the block notification emails?

I hope something is being done. It would be nice to hear back.

Wow today is going down hill. Did I miss the post where this became BFL?

https://forums.butterflylabs.com/bitcoin-pools/350-eclipse-mining-consortium-no-fee-pps-dgm-sms-2fa-gbt-stratum-vardiff-148.html

I guess on the plus side it gets more traffic then this thread. On the minus side I really don't like their site at all.

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September 27, 2014, 09:44:35 AM
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Sooo,no ones posting here anymore Huh

How's the mining,any issues Huh

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