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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3857883 times)
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December 16, 2010, 10:24:19 PM
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Yes, it was because of restart. Please ask m0mchil if he will be so kind and fix this issue. I think some network issues will be common.

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December 17, 2010, 12:47:16 AM
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I just sent first rewards! Please check your wallets and confirm if transfer was succesfull!

Code:
2010-12-17 01:38:22.037611
Testnet: False
Send 16.71 to 1CHwovmchLYrw9gAL7DUHnReDwyKySGjqg
Send 8.92 to 124TQXntz7akAYCrUxDjLuVg7fLGTJqcgt
Send 7.92 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 1.66 to 13TSBH4wdchsMqFTwqyLjvPES99sZ96MaP
Initial balance: 50.0, sent total 35.21 for 4 people, time 0.3 sec

In system is 10 more people which send treshold is above their current reward. Sending script looks fine, so I will setup automatic transfering during Friday.

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December 17, 2010, 01:03:44 AM
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Yay, we solve another block. After recalculating rewards and with balance from previous block, it was possible to send bitcoins directly. Please comment, if transactions were succesfull!

Code:
2010-12-17 02:00:48.544168
Testnet: False
Send 10.44 to 1CHwovmchLYrw9gAL7DUHnReDwyKySGjqg
Send 3.16 to 124TQXntz7akAYCrUxDjLuVg7fLGTJqcgt
Send 1.1 to 181WqB1xM6cpterLN6cVkrrdoxaMjb7EWD
Send 0.06 to 14EzoKKYmHJfHTpED3XRjzD1bBATVhPyqm
Initial balance: 14.79, sent total 14.76 for 4 people, time 4.5 sec

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December 17, 2010, 02:24:00 AM
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2 transactions received.
12.08btc contributing ~100Mhash/s, not that bad for a first day.  Smiley

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December 17, 2010, 03:02:15 AM
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Would somebody be so kind as to tell me how to connect with the regular bitcoind (linux)?

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December 17, 2010, 03:05:04 AM
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Would somebody be so kind as to tell me how to connect with the regular bitcoind (linux)?

Connecting with bitcoind to mining pool is not possible (yet, but it would be cool). You have to use some standalone miner (links on http://mining.bitcoin.cz). If you have only CPU, I recommend you jgarzik's CPU miner, which is on some platforms little faster than official bitcoin client.

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December 17, 2010, 03:20:28 AM
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Great Smiley

I am mining with both my GPU and my CPU.  Putting in about 100 MHash/sec

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December 17, 2010, 06:40:27 AM
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I decided to try this pooling setup, I am getting the full potential of my GPU (330M) with a bit of a swing when it is verifying the block against the server. Not bad at all. As long as you can be trusted to distribute the coins fairly according to your established rules, you are aces with me.
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December 17, 2010, 06:51:07 AM
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What exactly do I put in the shortcut target to connect to this server? That is how I do it right, I don't go to the site given with my browser, do I?

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December 17, 2010, 07:04:21 AM
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Looks like my miner calculated the last hash. No money yet, please, run the script!

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December 17, 2010, 07:54:30 AM
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The command I used from my windows client to get things rolling for my GPU on m0m's client was:

poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.cz -p 8332 --user=(username.registeredminer) --pass=(registeredminerpassword) (extra switches for m0m's client)

hope that helps.

You have to go to the website and register, and then register a miner, each miner has it's own login for the RPC server, so you have to set it up there.
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December 17, 2010, 07:57:06 AM
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Looks like my miner calculated the last hash. No money yet, please, run the script!

Sorry, it was night here. Script performed, this is result:

Code:
2010-12-17 08:51:59.737616
Send 7.34 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 2.56 to 1A6ru2AYP9gMBpMEw63fwLqXNJ75efaBiY
Send 1.61 to 13SecR7EGTXQ4LHGWvYhbAEUbMnFpyMWHG
Send 1.22 to 1Eo51LLvhkJhxGR6oga1QkNV9a1KJsbrF7
Send 0.48 to 16yH1S6eJpj8UyLFqMVM35pbf5vXrec2c8
Initial balance: 50.03, sent total 13.21 for 5 people, time 0.4 sec

Until few hours script will be periodically so rewards will go ASAp. But don't be affraid you miss any coin Smiley

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December 17, 2010, 08:07:45 AM
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I decided to try this pooling setup, I am getting the full potential of my GPU (330M) with a bit of a swing when it is verifying the block against the server. Not bad at all. As long as you can be trusted to distribute the coins fairly according to your established rules, you are aces with me.

Welcome! Once you have long term statistics with your miner, total reward should be the same _for longterm_, so you will be able to calculate by self after few days, if participating in cluster is profitable for you. I think ït will, because equity curve will be much cleaner and you will be able to miner more coins until next difficulty level!

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What exactly do I put in the shortcut target to connect to this server? That is how I do it right, I don't go to the site given with my browser, do I?

Yes, you have to go to server and register. There are instructions on the site...

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December 17, 2010, 09:02:02 AM
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Just wondering, running the miners on 3 workers at 2 MHash/s each and after 24 hours I didn't get any shares? Sounds a bit odd.

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December 17, 2010, 09:14:10 AM
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Just wondering, running the miners on 3 workers at 2 MHash/s each and after 24 hours I didn't get any shares? Sounds a bit odd.

Yes it is. Please send me commandlines in PM, I will help. Do you really use SEPARATE WORKER ACCOUNTS for each workers?

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December 17, 2010, 09:17:46 AM
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To all users using email as their login: Yesterday I found a bug, when using dots in login name, getwork() result in Unknown login error. I already fixed one issue on dev environment, but I need to restart server which I will do on afternoon (after 10 hours from now in my zone). Sorry for troubles.

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December 17, 2010, 10:13:02 AM
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Code:
2010-12-17 08:51:59.737616
Send 7.34 to 1JdEn5LeMREmAjcAi4KWf8EX6zkubqGn55
Send 2.56 to 1A6ru2AYP9gMBpMEw63fwLqXNJ75efaBiY
Send 1.61 to 13SecR7EGTXQ4LHGWvYhbAEUbMnFpyMWHG
Send 1.22 to 1Eo51LLvhkJhxGR6oga1QkNV9a1KJsbrF7
Send 0.48 to 16yH1S6eJpj8UyLFqMVM35pbf5vXrec2c8
Initial balance: 50.03, sent total 13.21 for 5 people, time 0.4 sec

Why so few payouts and they don't add up to 50? Are there a lot of entrants that have a minimum amount to send set so their balance is accumulating?
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December 17, 2010, 10:20:32 AM
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Why so few payouts and they don't add up to 50? Are there a lot of entrants that have a minimum amount to send set so their balance is accumulating?

Yes, there are lot of rewards under threshold (many people set treshold to even 10-50 btc), so this is normal. Also few people have bigger reward than is currently in the wallet - don't forget that reward is counting directly when block is found, but it takes many hours until bitcoins arrived. So this is natural behaviour. Don't be affraid, everything works perfectly.

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December 17, 2010, 10:47:50 AM
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What's the current difficulty value for miners to get a share?
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December 17, 2010, 10:53:39 AM
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I don't really understand how to connect the miner to the pool. I'm using poclbm but I always get

C:\Bitcoin\poclbm_py2exe>poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.nz --port=8332 -u Elanthius.wk033 --pass=pass -d 0
Unable to communicate with bitcoin RPC

Any suggestions?
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