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June 25, 2011, 05:58:35 PM
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No I haven't tried another miner with your pool. I am past the stage of selecting a miner, phoenix worked best on my hardware (both my test miner and mining rig).

You should be able to see what happened on your side, I was mining with the same userid as here.

Here's the output of a new test run on Mineco:


Your shares are failing with the error "unknown work" - I'm not 100% sure this means, but that's the error pushpool is giving

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June 25, 2011, 06:01:46 PM
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what is wrong with this formula?
BlockReward (50BTC+fees)) * (Shares found by you / total shares for this round)

Its syntax and "+" is wrong. But that's it.  Tongue

It should be: [added spaces for readability]

(50 BTC - fees) * (Your Shares / Total Shares Per Round)

Plus is correct, this refers to the transaction fees associated with the block, which are distributed on mineco.in.

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June 25, 2011, 06:10:03 PM
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I did some low hashrate testing of Mineco.in comparing it against Deepbit (with all things being equal except the pool).
These are the results in the order in which I tried running against both pools:

Deepbit: [50 Accepted] [0 Rejected]
Mineco.in: [27 Accepted] [13 Rejected]
Deepbit: [39 Accepted] [0 Rejected]
Mineco.in: [18 Accepted] [12 Rejected]
Deepbit: [13 Accepted] [0 Rejected]

Something is causing a very high number of rejects on Mineco.in.

On my two miners (Mineco.in) I'm currently at:

[286 Accepted] [1 Rejected]
[291 Accepted] [0 Rejected]

Using phoenix with phatk BFI_INT VECTORS FASTLOOP=false WORKSIZE=128

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June 25, 2011, 06:12:25 PM
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Your shares are failing with the error "unknown work" - I'm not 100% sure this means, but that's the error pushpool is giving

I just ran a much shorter test on another new pool (ArsBitcoin), with just 8 submitted shares, 3 where rejected.
It's strange that this doesn't happen on Deepbit but does on 2 new pools....
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June 25, 2011, 08:40:48 PM
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I guess it's possible that we are running newer versions of pushpool and there could be an issue with some specific versions of software / pushpool ?

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June 25, 2011, 09:00:53 PM
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 Angry What with a site?
Why it is not worked?
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June 25, 2011, 10:24:37 PM
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Angry What with a site?
Why it is not worked?


LuL.

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June 26, 2011, 03:08:00 PM
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as far as do we count a long block ? got tired
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June 26, 2011, 06:03:34 PM
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Plus is correct, this refers to the transaction fees associated with the block, which are distributed on mineco.in.

I thought "fees" were the site's fees (or cut of the block). That's how no percentage pools work(ed). 

Are the block fees (paid to the block finder/pool) always the same?

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June 27, 2011, 09:24:53 AM
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Plus is correct, this refers to the transaction fees associated with the block, which are distributed on mineco.in.

I thought "fees" were the site's fees (or cut of the block). That's how no percentage pools work(ed). 

Are the block fees (paid to the block finder/pool) always the same?
no, it depends on whether transactions are sent for free or with a fee

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June 28, 2011, 08:35:15 AM
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New block just started if people are looking for a good time to get on board!

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June 28, 2011, 09:07:43 AM
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Dear Wuked, how to conclude a block an extent 3 days - from you appeals it was not heard, and on a new block you call new. Do you consider that conclude large blocks those, whoever a money need? A policy for you is not correct
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June 28, 2011, 02:12:06 PM
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Dear Wuked, how to conclude a block an extent 3 days - from you appeals it was not heard, and on a new block you call new. Do you consider that conclude large blocks those, whoever a money need? A policy for you is not correct

I'm sorry but I have trouble understanding what you are asking ?

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June 28, 2011, 03:28:52 PM
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Dear Wuked, how to conclude a block an extent 3 days - from you appeals it was not heard, and on a new block you call new. Do you consider that conclude large blocks those, whoever a money need? A policy for you is not correct

I'm sorry but I have trouble understanding what you are asking ?
I think he (or she) is saying that when we had a block that took 3 days to crack you weren't telling people it was a good time to join in... but now you are almost inviting poolhoppers...
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June 28, 2011, 03:49:18 PM
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I think he (or she) is saying that when we had a block that took 3 days to crack you weren't telling people it was a good time to join in... but now you are almost inviting poolhoppers...

Ppl can see that we are on a new block anyway. Its just that some miners where switching pools because of that long block and we could need new blood to replace them - I believe that was Wukeds intend.

So come and join in if you're not a pool hopper - we have a great community on IRC going too Cheesy.

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June 28, 2011, 04:40:15 PM
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dan_a   got it right, when a large block was all threw, and I mining, when new - come all
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June 28, 2011, 04:48:32 PM
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I - the leader in the pool. From the beginning of the block - The current rate of 55 Gh / s at the end of 32 Gh / s. all run away to other pools. To be paid only to those who extracts the block at least 90%. It will be fine. rightly
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June 28, 2011, 11:38:21 PM
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We are talking on IRC about implementing something to stop pool hopping - come talk to us if you want III.

At the end of the block, if you were the leader then you would have had the most shares, and the most reward. The people who left would have had less reward.

I was telling people now is a good time to join because lots of people said they prefer to join the pool when a new block is started so they don't lose out in the changeover. I'm not trying to promote pool hopping, just letting people know if they want to move, then now was a good time Smiley

Hope that makes sense, and hope you come back to the pool! Smiley

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June 29, 2011, 04:32:08 PM
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Hi Wuked,

there is one thing right now that I don't understand: I've got two miners minining on your pool, one miner shows new blocks being pushed at him, the other one no:

Code:
[29/06/2011 18:12:01] Result: 6534e5a1 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:12:06] Result: 96bd51b3 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:13:00] Result: 86d708b5 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:13:07] Result: 636ac516 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:13:44] Result: 913e8bfa accepted
[29/06/2011 18:14:31] Result: c63c7cbf accepted
[29/06/2011 18:14:35] Result: 28075375 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:15:47] Result: 5f149fad accepted
[29/06/2011 18:16:32] Result: 37fcc065 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:16:52] Result: 609ab421 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:16:57] Result: 711db1ca accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:30] Result: 68321545 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:17:30] Result: f2693230 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:17:30] Result: 6c1fae92 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:17:36] Result: a68caff6 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:51] Result: 97b88264 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:51] Result: f61f2e82 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:18:02] Result: d674f61c accepted
[29/06/2011 18:18:37] Result: ed3090dc accepted
[29/06/2011 18:18:53] Result: 69d671f2 rejected
[29/06/2011 18:19:00] Result: fcade0f3 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:19:18] Result: 47a0239a accepted
[29/06/2011 18:20:28] Result: f85f23fa accepted
[29/06/2011 18:20:41] Result: 4dc76b9f accepted
[29/06/2011 18:21:09] Result: c532aec5 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:21:23] Result: 0ddf5b21 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:26] Result: a7523e8b accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:30] Result: d89d0688 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:54] Result: 0f016d3c accepted
[174.91 Mhash/sec] [6067 Accepted] [437 Rejected] [RPC (+LP)]

Code:
[29/06/2011 18:13:12] Result: e3eebc98 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:13:36] Result: 4a441773 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:14:02] LP: New work pushed
[29/06/2011 18:15:00] Result: 4ab68237 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:16:04] Result: 3c51cc96 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:16:30] LP: New work pushed
[29/06/2011 18:16:59] Result: 92167858 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:01] Result: 07817052 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:01] Result: 19862239 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:03] LP: New work pushed
[29/06/2011 18:17:14] LP: New work pushed
[29/06/2011 18:17:33] Result: e5da9690 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:17:45] Result: 3a09173a accepted
[29/06/2011 18:18:30] Result: 773ffcb7 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:18:45] Result: e6fc3e24 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:19:13] Result: db4dbad2 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:20:40] Result: 44d3fbfa accepted
[29/06/2011 18:20:57] Result: 28131968 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:21:01] Result: 4f5ca2f2 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:21:41] Result: 4e5a6615 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:19] Result: e21a7432 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:25] Result: 8db61f94 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:22:34] Result: 3bfff74f accepted
[29/06/2011 18:23:21] Result: 2d748ac4 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:23:21] Result: 7b186eb6 accepted
[29/06/2011 18:23:25] Result: 427a768f accepted
[29/06/2011 18:23:25] Result: 33500def accepted
[29/06/2011 18:24:11] Result: 3f52e36a accepted
[29/06/2011 18:24:18] Result: 812cd158 accepted
[192.90 Mhash/sec] [544 Accepted] [32 Rejected] [RPC (+LP)]

They're running on the same rig, so the clock is the same for both of them, using two different accounts; how is it possible that at 18:14:02, for example, one of them does not receive a new block? Miners on other pools all received a new block with a +-1 second accuracy.

The one that is not receiving new blocks is not hanged, as it can be seen from its clock. They're both phoenix 1.5

Regards.

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June 29, 2011, 09:24:10 PM
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Hello,

Is the same thing still happening?


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