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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4340035 times)
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August 01, 2013, 08:57:58 PM
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it is up and running now, for me

Yep, same here.

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August 01, 2013, 09:17:34 PM
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Pool was down for approx. 60 minutes because of unplanned datacentre outage. I'm very sorry for this, everything works again.
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August 01, 2013, 09:23:43 PM
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August 01, 2013, 09:25:51 PM
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Pool was down for approx. 60 minutes because of unplanned datacentre outage. I'm very sorry for this, everything works again.
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August 02, 2013, 01:49:25 PM
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My cgminer looked like it was happily mining away this morning, shares being accepted etc... but when I looked at my account, it said my hashrate in the last 10 rounds was zero (zero for everything really.

When I restarted cgminer, the account page starts to showing activity again.

Regarding the outage yesterday, do I have to restart cgminer everytime I loose connectivity with the pool? Even though the display on cgminer shows I am getting accepted shares?
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August 02, 2013, 09:12:06 PM
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DL CGwatcher, it will automate most every scenario you can plan for.

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August 02, 2013, 11:00:55 PM
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Can someone explain.

Slush's pool is hashing at 26337.091 GH/s. The current block is 4+hours. Recent block times are more or less 1- 4 hours.

19420   2013-08-02 18:42:54    0:02:03    
19419   2013-08-02 18:40:51    4:16:27    
19418   2013-08-02 14:24:24    3:09:12    
19417   2013-08-02 11:15:12    0:44:44    
19416    2013-08-02 10:30:28    3:29:36    
19415    2013-08-02 07:00:52    1:09:08    
19414    2013-08-02 05:51:44    1:38:31    
19413    2013-08-02 04:13:13    2:35:45    


BTCGuild are hashing at 71738 GH/s. They report finding blocks roughly every 20-30 minutes, e.g.

   17943   249701   2013-08-02 12:57:56 AM   8625b0eb6ff412eb3e035a8adcd1e676c839e55cb8368e7c9c4df47c2117a487   25.37690003   
   17964   249789   2013-08-02 12:38:42 PM   59c7b329d1e4f8154b15833e5a57e79b09b88f0bfc6295270847be435de972ef   25.20411879   
   17963   249785   2013-08-02 12:12:55 PM   9d5c6f1fb536be0d71b693237ce7e0555f5a1c0db020fcc46adb4e5b581942c5   25.03040000   
   17962   249783   2013-08-02 12:10:10 PM   8223eba76bf5bad0b3daacacd3e33f2823ec5a88a66e9eff005b4453242c52ca   25.19504320   
   17961   249782   2013-08-02 11:56:41 AM   20871327b1808a8a04264468af41a065fb1a4396915a3cb0011146631fe04fd8   25.48635280   
   17960   249777   2013-08-02 11:29:24 AM   cf600004cde7581238d09203d404ff9ad8a0d446c977d0e5031f717fff8b857e   25.14761520   
   17991   249880   2013-08-02 11:04:39 PM   cf137ca85c3154ea9d4d26b0e47647346618a3e362a4a0b955cc0887986d22c4   25.09762002   
   17959   249773   2013-08-02 10:36:13 AM   0996563192577d9c19fb50ba6a91f99d91d3533f9b473cf92e29ba966958290b   25.19141033   
   17990   249876   2013-08-02 10:34:54 PM   2db3c8da38b03b815d6e9568d814a2624b62326911d39314a28beec342075cbf   25.31320001   
   17989   249874   2013-08-02 10:17:55 PM   d65e7f566b3c11f39296cdf2b5835aca0b74fb30b3e06fe7a69274e2962941a8   25.27131003   

How comes BTC are only 3 times bigger, yet find a massive order of magnitude more blocks more regularly?
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August 02, 2013, 11:09:38 PM
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How comes BTC are only 3 times bigger, yet find a massive order of magnitude more blocks more regularly?

Variance is big, even for large pools.  Also...your data from BTC Guild is significantly out of order.  BTC Guild's average block solve time is ~30-45 minutes.  Slush's is ~2 hours (doing rough math).

That is *average* time.  Both pools have rounds lasting seconds/a few minutes, or multiple hours.

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August 02, 2013, 11:38:11 PM
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How comes BTC are only 3 times bigger, yet find a massive order of magnitude more blocks more regularly?

Variance is big, even for large pools.  Also...your data from BTC Guild is significantly out of order.  BTC Guild's average block solve time is ~30-45 minutes.  Slush's is ~2 hours (doing rough math).

That is *average* time.  Both pools have rounds lasting seconds/a few minutes, or multiple hours.

Slush for the last month has averaged about 1:23:04 per block.  The last 14 days has been about 1:25:09.  Just FYI; I keep track. Smiley
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August 03, 2013, 12:05:22 AM
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How comes BTC are only 3 times bigger, yet find a massive order of magnitude more blocks more regularly?

Variance is big, even for large pools.  Also...your data from BTC Guild is significantly out of order.  BTC Guild's average block solve time is ~30-45 minutes.  Slush's is ~2 hours (doing rough math).

That is *average* time.  Both pools have rounds lasting seconds/a few minutes, or multiple hours.

Slush for the last month has averaged about 1:23:04 per block.  The last 14 days has been about 1:25:09.  Just FYI; I keep track. Smiley

good to know, long blocks are just frustrating.
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August 03, 2013, 02:36:37 AM
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Anybody thinking this block is a little light?


19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644     22010   0.00193569      249905   25.17464593    92 confirmations left

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August 03, 2013, 02:48:03 AM
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Anybody thinking this block is a little light?


19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644     22010   0.00193569      249905   25.17464593    92 confirmations left

Concur:

19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644   3904704   0.34637969    249905   25.17464593    90 confirmations left

This is half the production of my previous 20 blocks... and the estimated reward for the next block ....

anyone?

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August 03, 2013, 02:50:05 AM
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Anybody thinking this block is a little light?


19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644     22010   0.00193569      249905   25.17464593    92 confirmations left

It seems light to me also.  Almost half what I usually average.
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August 03, 2013, 03:07:05 AM
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yep, light on my end too. hope it gets a recalc sometime.

hope we get some freakin better luck sometime too... lol

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August 03, 2013, 03:31:26 AM
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19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644   25325   0.00213075   249905   25.17464593    86 confirmations left

yeah totally wrong
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August 03, 2013, 03:49:26 AM
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That's my third low block today.  First one got fixed just before confirmation; second on is height 249854, although that one may have seen some downtime on my miners.  Either way, bummer to see 3x in one day.
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August 03, 2013, 07:57:11 AM
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Variance is big, even for large pools.  Also...your data from BTC Guild is significantly out of order. 
How is it out of order? The times are in the order when the blocks finish.

I looked over the last 100 blocks and there was only 1 block out of 100 that took over 1 hour to be found. So the variance seems very small to me - they have multiple blocks finishing per hour all day long.
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August 03, 2013, 08:10:06 AM
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Variance is big, even for large pools.  Also...your data from BTC Guild is significantly out of order.
How is it out of order? The times are in the order when the blocks finish.

I looked over the last 100 blocks and there was only 1 block out of 100 that took over 1 hour to be found. So the variance seems very small to me - they have multiple blocks finishing per hour all day long.

It looks like you clicked the date/time column to sort for your copy+paste.  The sorting on the column isn't aware of context (notice the switching between AM and PM on the timestamps).  Sort by block ID to get the proper order.  BTC Guild has long blocks daily (I would know, I run it).  The difference is, a LONG block for BTC Guild is ~2 hours.  An abnormally unlucky round (something you would only expect to see every 500-1000 blocks) would be 4 hours.

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August 03, 2013, 08:32:52 AM
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Anybody thinking this block is a little light?


19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644     22010   0.00193569      249905   25.17464593    92 confirmations left

I think I lucked out with that one - highest earnings on a single round so far for me! Thank you for your donations:

19423   2013-08-03 06:15:47   2:28:32   54379598   4192   0.00211264   249940   25.44683309    86 confirmations left
19422   2013-08-03 03:47:15   1:54:27   42104601   3140   0.00178380   249923   25.05371000    69 confirmations left
19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644   11999   0.00971988   249905   25.17464593    51 confirmations left
19420   2013-08-02 18:42:54   0:02:03   759065   68   0.00217892   249855   25.08682056    1 confirmations left

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August 03, 2013, 08:49:33 AM
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my score reset right before 19425 ended, hoping that one and 19421 both get a recalc before they are confirmed.

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