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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4339188 times)
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June 25, 2013, 08:33:29 PM
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Gutted - it only works in IE - I'll look into it asap - can't have that Smiley

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June 25, 2013, 08:35:39 PM
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haha BLOCK FOUND!

getting ready for the NONE NONE wah.. Sad ha
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June 25, 2013, 08:38:07 PM
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Hot damn I came back to pool being down all miners successfully switch from slush to 50btc then back to slush. God I love cgminer/ bfgminer.

But I do not know what is causing these disconnection from the pool.
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June 25, 2013, 08:39:20 PM
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haha BLOCK FOUND!

getting ready for the NONE NONE wah.. Sad ha

I was out for a little over half an hour. Hope I don't get nada nada again.......

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June 25, 2013, 08:39:31 PM
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Nice to be back up.
Can anyone point me to the correct procedure for setting up erupter blades for failover to another pool. I have tried running mining proxy on a second pc on the network here with a different IP and -o -p bat to launch mining proxy to another stratum pool but when I redirect blades to it either totally or by switchpool it does not work so i am obviously missing something in the configuration.
Anyone done this successfully please?
Thanks in advance
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June 25, 2013, 08:54:10 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided
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June 25, 2013, 09:01:19 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

Already at 16,000 + .... wont take long until we get up there unless some big miners decide not to risk the outages anymore...
Here's hoping.

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June 25, 2013, 09:07:10 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

Already at 16,000 + .... wont take long until we get up there unless some big miners decide not to risk the outages anymore...
Here's hoping.
17,600 ... and still growing.  Damn I really hoped this would scare people off. Not alot, just about 6,000-8,000 GHs worth.

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June 25, 2013, 09:09:55 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

what's wrong with a higher hash rate? don't you get less of a payout, but more frequent?
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June 25, 2013, 09:18:53 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

Already at 16,000 + .... wont take long until we get up there unless some big miners decide not to risk the outages anymore...
Here's hoping.
17,600 ... and still growing.  Damn I really hoped this would scare people off. Not alot, just about 6,000-8,000 GHs worth.

We've got a suspect here!  Grin

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June 25, 2013, 09:20:03 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

what's wrong with a higher hash rate? don't you get less of a payout, but more frequent?

no u get lower payout same frequency. it isnt enough of an increase.
but then again this is that question where u r going to get the ones trying to increase their post count to push a pointless point of it is when it isnt.
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June 25, 2013, 09:25:05 PM
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Looks like they are DDoSing BitMinter now.

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June 25, 2013, 09:28:24 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

what's wrong with a higher hash rate? don't you get less of a payout, but more frequent?

no u get lower payout same frequency. it isnt enough of an increase.
but then again this is that question where u r going to get the ones trying to increase their post count to push a pointless point of it is when it isnt.

We got to get to our activity 55 somehow  Grin

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June 25, 2013, 11:01:26 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

Already at 16,000 + .... wont take long until we get up there unless some big miners decide not to risk the outages anymore...
Here's hoping.
17,600 ... and still growing.  Damn I really hoped this would scare people off. Not alot, just about 6,000-8,000 GHs worth.

We've got a suspect here!  Grin

Bahaha....  Cheesy

Thanks for the vote of confidence on my technological acumen, Humax.  But even if I could, I wouldn't want to hurt my favorite pool.

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June 25, 2013, 11:07:31 PM
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Looks like they are DDoSing BitMinter now.

Yeah bit crap the way bitm has been dossed latey. They did it to slush before he moved to amazon cloud - which is better protected I think. I also think they have been trying to ddos slush lately (hence the few hours downtime recently) but then amazon's defences kick in...

Moral of this story is - be amazon, google, facebook, mickeys etc

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June 25, 2013, 11:46:19 PM
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well the payout is normal up against 17,000 gh/s
but in 2 hours I should have 6000ish shares

18769   2013-06-25 20:37:10   1:52:48   13737160   2606   0.00587178    243299   25.04350000    98 confirmations left

oink... please dont go back to 19,000gh/s  Undecided

what's wrong with a higher hash rate? don't you get less of a payout, but more frequent?

no u get lower payout same frequency. it isnt enough of an increase.
but then again this is that question where u r going to get the ones trying to increase their post count to push a pointless point of it is when it isnt.

you do realize that the difficulty is going up meaning we are less likely to find blocks unless the hashing rate of the pool goes up.

hash rate stay same difficulty goes up = less payout

hash rate goes up difficulty goes up = normal payout but you must be growing with that pool growth


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June 26, 2013, 11:39:46 AM
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Meh, second time this happens. What is the issue?

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June 26, 2013, 12:05:02 PM
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Question; how do I add my PC to mining when I'm not use it? I'm running two lancelot miners but I want to mine a Lil extra here and there. How do I accomplish this and when I want to use the PC for browsing how do I undo it?

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June 26, 2013, 02:01:25 PM
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Question; how do I add my PC to mining when I'm not use it? I'm running two lancelot miners but I want to mine a Lil extra here and there. How do I accomplish this and when I want to use the PC for browsing how do I undo it?

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tsunami... There is an ENORMOUS amount of information on this, both at this forum and on the internet as a whole. a quick google search would provide you with any info you need.  Your question is so open ended and quite obviously not well thought out. This community is more than willing to help those who need help, but it is insulting when you ask questions that make it obvious you have not even TRIED to figure it out for yourself.  I'm not the "GET OFF MY LAWN" kinda guy, but when you ask a question like this, its hard not to be.
How exactly do you have 2 FPGA miners running and you don't know where to begin with regular mining? 
This boggles my mind!?

No offense man, but something isn't addin up here...

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June 26, 2013, 02:08:04 PM
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Nice to be back up.
Can anyone point me to the correct procedure for setting up erupter blades for failover to another pool. I have tried running mining proxy on a second pc on the network here with a different IP and -o -p bat to launch mining proxy to another stratum pool but when I redirect blades to it either totally or by switchpool it does not work so i am obviously missing something in the configuration.
Anyone done this successfully please?
Thanks in advance

For those that want to know I have now sorted this:

Run a second instance of mining.proxy.exe on the same PC as the first one with a bat file start up like: mining_proxy.exe -o stratum.mining.eligius.st -p 3334 -sp 3334 -gp 8331 or whatever your backup pool is. This allows the blades to use 8331 (or whatever port number you choose that is not currently in use on slush - normally 8332) and you then simply select your new port number as option 2 in Ports and put in login and password in option two for user:pass.  You keep the SAME IP address in for both pools.
Simples.
Now on failover the blades switch straight away to the alternative pool.

Hope that helps others.
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