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August 14, 2013, 06:13:30 PM
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It's over 50 millions.

no big deal. the hashrate that caused that has been affecting you for days.

No.
Again: No.
The hashrate that caused that hasn't been affecting you at all till the moment of difficulty change.
See multiple posts explaining this point earlier in this thread.
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August 14, 2013, 06:21:30 PM
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OMG,wow.

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Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   134%, 109%, 107%

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August 14, 2013, 08:36:07 PM
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Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   134%, 109%, 107%

Sure. I can't mine at the moment => pool luck is high. Quite normal. ;-)
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August 14, 2013, 11:05:12 PM
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Can some one please explain the benefit to setting your miners to more or less difficulty in a pool?
Simply check your miner speed, then configure your difficulty accordin to your miner speed. Too fast miners have problems if difficulty is too low. For example Avalons were constantly crashing on diff 1.

What should I set difficulty @ slush for Avalon running 108 Gh/s ? Now it´s 1 and it crashes time to time. Fast internet cable.

EDIT: Found settings... trying with 64

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August 14, 2013, 11:33:31 PM
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Can some one please explain the benefit to setting your miners to more or less difficulty in a pool?
Simply check your miner speed, then configure your difficulty accordin to your miner speed. Too fast miners have problems if difficulty is too low. For example Avalons were constantly crashing on diff 1.

What should I set difficulty @ slush for Avalon running 108 Gh/s ? Now it´s 1 and it crashes time to time. Fast internet cable.

EDIT: Found settings... trying with 64

General rule of thumb I always recommend on manual difficulty selection:  Round your GH/s down to the closest power of 2.  So 1-2 GH/s = 1.  2-4 = 2, 4-8 = 4, 8-16 = 8, etc.  In this case, 108 GH/s would be rounded down to 64, as you've attempted Smiley.  Using this method, you'll end up between 15 and 30 shares per minute, depending on how close you were to the power of 2, which also happens to be roughly what most pools use for vardiff.

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August 15, 2013, 12:02:01 AM
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Can some one please explain the benefit to setting your miners to more or less difficulty in a pool?
Simply check your miner speed, then configure your difficulty accordin to your miner speed. Too fast miners have problems if difficulty is too low. For example Avalons were constantly crashing on diff 1.

What should I set difficulty @ slush for Avalon running 108 Gh/s ? Now it´s 1 and it crashes time to time. Fast internet cable.

EDIT: Found settings... trying with 64

General rule of thumb I always recommend on manual difficulty selection:  Round your GH/s down to the closest power of 2.  So 1-2 GH/s = 1.  2-4 = 2, 4-8 = 4, 8-16 = 8, etc.  In this case, 108 GH/s would be rounded down to 64, as you've attempted Smiley.  Using this method, you'll end up between 15 and 30 shares per minute, depending on how close you were to the power of 2, which also happens to be roughly what most pools use for vardiff.

Thank you for the info. Nice to learn always something new!

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August 15, 2013, 12:59:06 AM
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I see so many discussions about setting difficulty manually that I wrote a thread about it.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274023.msg2936086#msg2936086

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August 15, 2013, 01:22:54 AM
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19602 2013-08-14 08:44:47 1:25:19 38036752 1075 0.00121008 252093  41.28387991 98 confirmations left    Roll Eyes

Is that what I think it is Shocked...........super fee?
Transaction Fees 16.28387991 BTC (http://blockchain.info/block-index/406729/000000000000000fd4a3801c9df5ba3d8570e56cad29c28026d072051090e9f1)

What a super luckout as a few blocks below/above that one seems to be normal.  I shat a brick when I saw my reward 2x normal! Cheesy

*Edit, looks like BTCGuild, just got a whopping tx fee bonus also! https://blockchain.info/block-index/406363/000000000000003d318decf57bb24661bd24a65c90ed1399664fb84b58403908

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August 15, 2013, 09:11:40 AM
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Hmm...I wonder what happened here.  It hasn't adjusted so far:

19611    2013-08-15 00:28:45    1:58:21    57313626    8080    0.00000000    252202    25.25933290    43 confirmations left
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August 15, 2013, 10:00:30 AM
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What a super luckout as a few blocks below/above that one seems to be normal.  I shat a brick when I saw my reward 2x normal! Cheesy

*Edit, looks like BTCGuild, just got a whopping tx fee bonus also! https://blockchain.info/block-index/406363/000000000000003d318decf57bb24661bd24a65c90ed1399664fb84b58403908

Does anybody know of a place for stats listing top transaction fees? - I wanted to see if we were particurly lucky in this respect

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Any use consider a bonation: 1PhtdmAhwUB2ywGiYGEYHLY7ponXykKfBY
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August 15, 2013, 12:06:17 PM
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Even if I was sending a million, I would not have to pay 16btc to do so ?

I guess thats less then 1% so maybe its a serious proposition.   One day the arabs will demand payment in BTC instead of dollars and make it the reserve currency thereby making all types of mining profitable again.

If there is no cap on fee amount when entering I presume its someones nightmare typo

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August 15, 2013, 12:12:39 PM
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What a super luckout as a few blocks below/above that one seems to be normal.  I shat a brick when I saw my reward 2x normal! Cheesy

*Edit, looks like BTCGuild, just got a whopping tx fee bonus also! https://blockchain.info/block-index/406363/000000000000003d318decf57bb24661bd24a65c90ed1399664fb84b58403908

Does anybody know of a place for stats listing top transaction fees? - I wanted to see if we were particurly lucky in this respect

This particular person has a badly configured bitcoin client.  They have a ton on transactions in the past couple days with massive fees:

https://blockchain.info/address/1MsmThtteKPu6fWxwn2SMDEnmJex3vKSBk

Was I helpful?  1TwmzX1wBxNF2qtAJRhdKmi2WyLZ5VHRs
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August 15, 2013, 02:56:04 PM
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I see so many discussions about setting difficulty manually that I wrote a thread about it.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274023.msg2936086#msg2936086
Thank you, good reading / info.
From your thread above "Set your diff to your worker's hashrate in GH / 1.4",
so quite optimal dif with 108 Gh/s shoud be: 108 / 1.4 = 77 dif?

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August 15, 2013, 03:02:56 PM
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Yes, or rounded down to 64 if you prefer powers of two.

Now hanging out on Atomic-Trade.com...
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August 15, 2013, 07:01:45 PM
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w00t! dat feel when we follow up a longer round with two fast ones ^_^

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August 16, 2013, 11:35:15 AM
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Nothing like waking up to the same block from the night before.

Put something in my tip jar if I made your day. Smiley
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August 16, 2013, 12:10:44 PM
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Nothing like waking up to the same block from the night before.

I know I was disappointed. 8 hours+ so far Sad
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August 16, 2013, 12:10:52 PM
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I was off for 3 months from the slush pool, started mining again 2 days ago.

Unfornunately Namecoin mining appears not to be working anymore. I've started the namecoin daemon, it has downloaded all the blocks (128005), my namecoin address is still the same in the slush account setting. For 2 days I have not received any namecoins (even unconfirmed) at all.

I've switched to Bitminter, and Namecoin mining works just fine there.

Would please someone help me!?


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August 16, 2013, 01:33:28 PM
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I was off for 3 months from the slush pool, started mining again 2 days ago.

Unfornunately Namecoin mining appears not to be working anymore. I've started the namecoin daemon, it has downloaded all the blocks (128005), my namecoin address is still the same in the slush account setting. For 2 days I have not received any namecoins (even unconfirmed) at all.

I've switched to Bitminter, and Namecoin mining works just fine there.

Would please someone help me!?



Namecoin mining isn't available on the pool when using stratum.  Since getwork is no longer supported, namecoin mining is no longer available on Slush's pool.

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August 16, 2013, 01:47:47 PM
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NMC mining does not work anymore, cause it is not supported by Slush's Pool Sad

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