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Author Topic: [150+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4322214 times)
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August 03, 2013, 11:56:56 AM
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Hi thanks I am using 3 hubs and one of them is plugged into the raspberri pi itself I am guessing this one is the problem. I have a fan on all of them.. I will be buying a better hub however. I have wasted a lot of money on hubs so far

So which hubs are you using? Running 4 on each? What is the volts and amp on the power adaptors?
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August 03, 2013, 12:57:08 PM
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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
at least someone benefits from our losses.... Grin

Easy come easy go:

19423   2013-08-03 06:15:47   2:28:32   54379598   4192   0.00211264   249940   25.44683309    38 confirmations left
19422   2013-08-03 03:47:15   1:54:27   42104601   3140   0.00178380   249923   25.05371000    21 confirmations left
19421   2013-08-03 01:52:48   7:09:54   160946644   none   none   249905   25.17464593    3 confirmations left
19420   2013-08-02 18:42:54   0:02:03   759065   68   0.00217892   249855   25.08682056    confirmed

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August 03, 2013, 01:08:15 PM
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I just checked mine and with 2 confirms left, block 19421 is now showing a normal reward.

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August 03, 2013, 01:10:05 PM
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I just checked mine and with 2 confirms left, block 19421 is now showing a normal reward.
yep. fixed now.

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August 03, 2013, 01:34:06 PM
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I just checked mine and with 2 confirms left, block 19421 is now showing a normal reward.
yep. fixed now.

 Grin

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August 03, 2013, 07:02:59 PM
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 Angry

I'm still seeing a reduced reward for 19421 (249905). I was actively watching it and about 1-2 hours before the block was solved, I saw my estimated reward drop from 0.003xxxx to 0. Then it slowly built up little by little, to  0.0015xxxx, bur never recovered. This really sucks because the round lasted over 7 hours.

Unfortunately, I've decided to stop mining there for the time being until the issue can be confirmed as fixed.

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August 03, 2013, 09:00:32 PM
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I see the pool is pushing close to 30,000 GH/s and the difficulty went up today to 37392766... I keep adding miners but just can not keep up ..
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August 04, 2013, 12:33:39 AM
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19436, 19437, and 19438 all just over half reward for me... and that is half with regards to our new increase in hashing power.(another 3+ TH/s! nice!) Wondering if it's cause of the increase hashing power that blocks need to be recalc'd more often. or maybe i just don't notice it so much sometimes as I do right now.

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August 04, 2013, 01:02:02 AM
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19436, 19437, and 19438 all just over half reward for me... and that is half with regards to our new increase in hashing power.(another 3+ TH/s! nice!) Wondering if it's cause of the increase hashing power that blocks need to be recalc'd more often. or maybe i just don't notice it so much sometimes as I do right now.

I agree they do seem a bit off but the luck has been nice.

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August 04, 2013, 07:42:47 AM
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19436, 19437, and 19438 all just over half reward for me... and that is half with regards to our new increase in hashing power.(another 3+ TH/s! nice!) Wondering if it's cause of the increase hashing power that blocks need to be recalc'd more often. or maybe i just don't notice it so much sometimes as I do right now.

I agree they do seem a bit off but the luck has been nice.
For me the rewards are OK for those blocks. Yes, they are lower than usual, but are actually higher than 25*my_hashrate/total_pool_hashrate, so I'm happy.

The rewards are lower because pool hashrate increased so much tonight: 32 TH !!

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August 04, 2013, 08:50:58 AM
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I see the pool is pushing close to 30,000 GH/s and the difficulty went up today to 37392766... I keep adding miners but just can not keep up ..


yeah each diff negates 660mh/s!
but this -=> 31334.034 Ghash/s hurts too! hah
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August 04, 2013, 08:58:52 AM
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I think, the comlete last Reward-Calculations are not correctly.

normaly it was between 0,08 and 0,1 per block and now it´s only 0,05 and 0,06.

Think should be stop Mining at Slush.  At #19437 i got only 0.00000192 by 27750 shares.   Sad

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August 04, 2013, 10:38:20 AM
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but this -=> 31334.034 Ghash/s hurts too! hah

I am glad i don't get hurt by stable payout curves at all.
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August 04, 2013, 04:22:15 PM
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Rookie question:

I have 9 of the Block Erupter USB sticks hashing all on the same rig, which averages about 3 Gh/s.  Should I set the difficulty for the worker to 2, since the total hashing power is over 2 Gh/s, or should I keep it at one, since each stick only has 335 Mh/s of power?

Keep at 1, else endless discarded.

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I've always believed that the rig should behave like one worker with combined power. Is there any reason for discarded shares other than bad configuration/setting?

Interesting note:  I have accounts on BTC Guild and Bitminter as well.  If I point my nine Erupters to either of their pools, with a worker set to a difficulty of 1, both pools auto adjust the difficulty up to 2.

I might have to do a little experimenting, and compare 24 hour totals.
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August 04, 2013, 07:27:54 PM
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Nine hour block!!! Ughh!   Shocked Angry
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August 04, 2013, 07:48:41 PM
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Nine hour block!!! Ughh!   Shocked Angry

Yea WTF. Now I'm trapped.
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August 04, 2013, 08:03:35 PM
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wow what a long block! glad im mining FTC for the moment with GPU's...actually making money again Smiley Asics are ordered and ill be back here....soon i hope!!!

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August 04, 2013, 08:12:13 PM
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Holy Moly

10+ hours block. That's pain even with ASICs. Need another 10 BE. Again will get some insignificant peanuts like with that 7+ hours block - it is good that there is so many places after 0.000.....  Cry
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August 04, 2013, 08:21:10 PM
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And to think I was just strolling by wondering why Slush haven't found a block......hop, hop and awwwayyyyy Grin
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August 04, 2013, 08:25:51 PM
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Holy Moly

10+ hours block. That's pain even with ASICs. Need another 10 BE. Again will get some insignificant peanuts like with that 7+ hours block - it is good that there is so many places after 0.000.....  Cry

If you've been hashing the entire block - they payout should be the same(ish) as the previous block?

I actually am collecting slightly more reward on long blocks than short.  My assumption (possibly inaccurate), is that I'm in the top 50% for hashrate so the reward eeks up as time elapses.


Hoping for better luck after this epic block closes!

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