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July 23, 2013, 04:05:03 PM
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What's that?
Three invalid blocks in a row?

19247, 19248 and 19249

On the first one only a few validation were missing ....

Weird indeed. Wanted to look up but blockchain.info is down.
Does anyone have info about what was happening?

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July 23, 2013, 04:11:14 PM
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19250    2013-07-23 05:36:38    4:34:50    89788804    11521    0.00316287    248040    25.15286879    38 confirmations left
19249    2013-07-23 01:01:48    0:28:16    9155717    1075    0.00343916    248010    25.16305000    invalid
19248    2013-07-23 00:33:32    0:11:46    3758514    452    0.00316709    248007    25.00730000    invalid
19247    2013-07-23 00:21:46    0:26:08    8454348    1091    0.00333553    248003    25.26793713    invalid
19246    2013-07-22 23:55:38    0:54:42    17599345    2333    0.00322146    248000    25.19543899    confirmed

What the heck happened here? I have never seen this, are we getting DDOS'd?

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July 23, 2013, 04:17:55 PM
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Guys, exist a problem with the mining_proxy? This disconnects so much times to me.. Huh
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July 23, 2013, 04:20:10 PM
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We have been having a lot of problems with the servers over the past few days... If this is the new norm, I'm gonna have to point my miners elsewhere permanently   Cry

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July 23, 2013, 04:29:39 PM
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I think slush gotta add another server or two to keep up with 23+ Thash for the pool and increasing competition on the network.
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July 23, 2013, 04:34:43 PM
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I think slush gotta add another server or two to keep up with 23+ Thash for the pool and increasing competition on the network.

This may very well be the issue... We're pushing up 24TH/s, and it happened fairly quickly.

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July 23, 2013, 04:40:52 PM
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19250    2013-07-23 05:36:38    4:34:50    89788804    11521    0.00316287    248040    25.15286879    38 confirmations left
19249    2013-07-23 01:01:48    0:28:16    9155717    1075    0.00343916    248010    25.16305000    invalid
19248    2013-07-23 00:33:32    0:11:46    3758514    452    0.00316709    248007    25.00730000    invalid
19247    2013-07-23 00:21:46    0:26:08    8454348    1091    0.00333553    248003    25.26793713    invalid
19246    2013-07-22 23:55:38    0:54:42    17599345    2333    0.00322146    248000    25.19543899    confirmed

What the heck happened here? I have never seen this, are we getting DDOS'd?

19250   2013-07-23 05:36:38   4:34:50   89788804   60689   0.01666101   248040   25.15286879    38 confirmations left
19249   2013-07-23 01:01:48   0:28:16   9155717   6176   0.01569624   248010   25.16305000    invalid
19248   2013-07-23 00:33:32   0:11:46   3758514   2640   0.01761587   248007   25.00730000    invalid
19247   2013-07-23 00:21:46   0:26:08   8454348   5872   0.01782417   248003   25.26793713    invalid
19246   2013-07-22 23:55:38   0:54:42   17599345   12156   0.01560406   248000   25.19543899    confirmed


Not sure - blockchain.info shows those blocks as being valid and relayed by Slush?

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July 23, 2013, 04:53:42 PM
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What's that?
Three invalid blocks in a row?

19247, 19248 and 19249

On the first one only a few validation were missing ....

Weird indeed. Wanted to look up but blockchain.info is down.
Does anyone have info about what was happening?

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It shows ok on blockchain. I really hope it's possible to fix :S
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July 23, 2013, 04:59:12 PM
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What's that?
Three invalid blocks in a row?

19247, 19248 and 19249

On the first one only a few validation were missing ....

Weird indeed. Wanted to look up but blockchain.info is down.
Does anyone have info about what was happening?

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It shows ok on blockchain. I really hope it's possible to fix :S
I see all`s good right now
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July 23, 2013, 05:16:26 PM
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What's that?
Three invalid blocks in a row?

19247, 19248 and 19249

On the first one only a few validation were missing ....

Weird indeed. Wanted to look up but blockchain.info is down.
Does anyone have info about what was happening?

   T

It shows ok on blockchain. I really hope it's possible to fix :S

Yes, I have also confirmed it via blockexplorer during the outage of blockchain.info.
Everything is back to normal by now on the stats page as well.

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July 23, 2013, 05:45:33 PM
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What's that?
Three invalid blocks in a row?

19247, 19248 and 19249

On the first one only a few validation were missing ....

Weird indeed. Wanted to look up but blockchain.info is down.
Does anyone have info about what was happening?

   T

It shows ok on blockchain. I really hope it's possible to fix :S

Yes, I have also confirmed it via blockexplorer during the outage of blockchain.info.
Everything is back to normal by now on the stats page as well.

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Interestingly, I'm still missing the reward for the invalid blocks :S

The invalid entries on the stat page disappeared though
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July 23, 2013, 06:22:46 PM
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Rewards are OK (after some waiting until they are fixed), but estimated reward is definitely wrong, all day today.

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July 23, 2013, 06:35:11 PM
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19250    2013-07-23 05:36:38    4:34:50    89788804    11521    0.00316287    248040    25.15286879    38 confirmations left
19249    2013-07-23 01:01:48    0:28:16    9155717    1075    0.00343916    248010    25.16305000    invalid
19248    2013-07-23 00:33:32    0:11:46    3758514    452    0.00316709    248007    25.00730000    invalid
19247    2013-07-23 00:21:46    0:26:08    8454348    1091    0.00333553    248003    25.26793713    invalid
19246    2013-07-22 23:55:38    0:54:42    17599345    2333    0.00322146    248000    25.19543899    confirmed

What the heck happened here? I have never seen this, are we getting DDOS'd?

19250   2013-07-23 05:36:38   4:34:50   89788804   60689   0.01666101   248040   25.15286879    38 confirmations left
19249   2013-07-23 01:01:48   0:28:16   9155717   6176   0.01569624   248010   25.16305000    invalid
19248   2013-07-23 00:33:32   0:11:46   3758514   2640   0.01761587   248007   25.00730000    invalid
19247   2013-07-23 00:21:46   0:26:08   8454348   5872   0.01782417   248003   25.26793713    invalid
19246   2013-07-22 23:55:38   0:54:42   17599345   12156   0.01560406   248000   25.19543899    confirmed


Not sure - blockchain.info shows those blocks as being valid and relayed by Slush?

glad I didnt check anything till now, after the correction! haha
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July 23, 2013, 06:36:28 PM
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did we notice the jump in DIFF?

248113, 31256960

+5 increase eh! I guess bfl is actually shipping!
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July 23, 2013, 08:56:08 PM
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Rewards are OK (after some waiting until they are fixed), but estimated reward is definitely wrong, all day today.
Hmm. Now it shows that my last share was 10 hours ago, which is impossible, because I have correct reward on last 10 rounds.... But estimated reward is zero.

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July 23, 2013, 09:06:43 PM
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Rewards are OK (after some waiting until they are fixed), but estimated reward is definitely wrong, all day today.
Hmm. Now it shows that my last share was 10 hours ago, which is impossible, because I have correct reward on last 10 rounds.... But estimated reward is zero.

are you checking this on a block just ended? which it will show u an outrageous number till a share gets submitted
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July 23, 2013, 09:15:42 PM
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We have been having a lot of problems with the servers over the past few days... If this is the new norm, I'm gonna have to point my miners elsewhere permanently   Cry

I was having trouble connecting until I used the old getwork url and let cgminger/guiminer handle the redirect to the stratum server.

Grin ---> http://api.bitcoin.cz:8332

HT xD

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July 23, 2013, 09:55:09 PM
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We have been having a lot of problems with the servers over the past few days... If this is the new norm, I'm gonna have to point my miners elsewhere permanently   Cry

I was having trouble connecting until I used the old getwork url and let cgminger/guiminer handle the redirect to the stratum server.

Grin ---> http://api.bitcoin.cz:8332

HT xD

you could save yourself time trying to find tricks to get to a different IP by making it your choice which IP to connect too, there are only 3 allowed right now. It isnt rocket science, if you can type stratum.bitcoin.cz you can type 54.225.117.74 or 54.215.3.101 or 95.211.52.40. It is easy to lead a horse to water pointing this out but u cant make the person understand the simple concept of it.
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July 23, 2013, 09:57:15 PM
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We have been having a lot of problems with the servers over the past few days... If this is the new norm, I'm gonna have to point my miners elsewhere permanently   Cry

I was having trouble connecting until I used the old getwork url and let cgminger/guiminer handle the redirect to the stratum server.

Grin ---> http://api.bitcoin.cz:8332

HT xD
Hmm... Avalon shows in log that connection refused, on this stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 and this api.bitcoin.cz:8332.

Which of those three IPs is working now?

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July 23, 2013, 09:59:06 PM
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Addresses:  54.225.117.74
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How long will these addresses be good for?
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