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December 17, 2010, 11:02:52 AM
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C:\Bitcoin\poclbm_py2exe>poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.nz --port=8332 -u Elanthius.wk033 --pass=pass -d 0
Unable to communicate with bitcoin RPC

Typo. It should be mining.bitcoin.cz. Czech Republic, not New Zealand.

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December 17, 2010, 11:05:00 AM
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How are the rewards calculated?

It shows my reward is 0.00237 BTC

But if i calculate my share it should be about 1.8 BTC, thats quite a difference...
I'm calculating this with (myshare/totalshare)*50 (as according to the website)

This is on my fast pc 60.000khash that has been running double the time compared to my slow pc.

My slow pc with 20.000khash has a 0.63 BTC reward, which is correct according to the same calculations...

Am i missing something?

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December 17, 2010, 11:09:31 AM
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The instructions say to use one registered miner for each remote miner instance connected. Does this mean multithreaded miners need to be limited to 1 thread only? Will running them with multiple threads confuse the share algorithm?
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December 17, 2010, 11:14:07 AM
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I don't really understand how to connect the miner to the pool. I'm using poclbm but I always get

C:\Bitcoin\poclbm_py2exe>poclbm.exe -o mining.bitcoin.nz --port=8332 -u Elanthius.wk033 --pass=pass -d 0
Unable to communicate with bitcoin RPC

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try using mining.bitcoin.cz, that might work.  Wink

How are the rewards calculated?

It shows my reward is 0.00237 BTC

But if i calculate my share it should be about 1.8 BTC, thats quite a difference...
I'm calculating this with (myshare/totalshare)*50 (as according to the website)

This is on my fast pc 60.000khash that has been running double the time compared to my slow pc.

My slow pc with 20.000khash has a 0.63 BTC reward, which is correct according to the same calculations...

Am i missing something?
your 0.00237 BTC reward is leftover from the last round,
the reward for the current round will be calculated and added to your reward as soon as a new block is found,
so about 1.8 BTC is what you can expect, not what you already have.

correct me if i'm wrong.

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December 17, 2010, 11:20:05 AM
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I started my old pc a lot later then the fast one, but the slow one already has the full reward, so it seems a block was found in the meantime...

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December 17, 2010, 11:20:33 AM
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Hey, going to throw in my Radeon 5970 for fun Smiley wait a couple of hours and you'll be over 2Gh/S

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December 17, 2010, 11:21:08 AM
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What's the current difficulty value for miners to get a share?

Found it, '32' according if it's the listed difficulty under each registered miner. So that's about 19 hours for a share using a 2,000 khash/s machine (my estimate of an average dual core laptop).
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December 17, 2010, 11:30:16 AM
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did someone manage to connect jgarzik cpu miner windows build to the pool ?
getting work decode failed when i try :/

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December 17, 2010, 11:33:24 AM
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The instructions say to use one registered miner for each remote miner instance connected. Does this mean multithreaded miners need to be limited to 1 thread only? Will running them with multiple threads confuse the share algorithm?
no, there's no need to limit multithread miners to 1thread,
i just tested jgarzik's miner with 2threads and it runs fine/gets me shares.

Found it, '32' according if it's the listed difficulty under each registered miner. So that's about 19 hours for a share using a 2,000 khash/s machine (my estimate of an average dual core laptop).
and again, i just had 2 of 3cores @ 2400khash/s each running for about 15minutes and got 2shares/found 2 winning hashes.
that's not even close to your 19hrs.

did someone manage to connect jgarzik cpu miner windows build to the pool ?
getting work decode failed when i try :/
yes, that's the one i use for testing CPUs on windows.

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December 17, 2010, 11:44:47 AM
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and again, i just had 2 of 3cores @ 2400khash/s each running for about 15minutes and got 2shares/found 2 winning hashes.
that's not even close to your 19hrs.

Yes, I guess the difficulty calculator I used must be incorrect. Any idea what the estimate would be?
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December 17, 2010, 11:45:22 AM
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yes, that's the one i use for testing CPUs on windows.

Which version ? Did you build it yourself ?

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December 17, 2010, 11:46:22 AM
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Which version ? Did you build it yourself ?

I got the error you got when I had the wrong username/password.
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December 17, 2010, 12:00:59 PM
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Oh, too much traffic here  Smiley

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What's the current difficulty value for miners to get a share?

32 is not difficulty, it means that target have 32 bits of zeros. You cannot compare this difficulty to global difficulty. 32 bits of zeros leads to ~1-2 blocks at 1000khash/s.

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It shows my reward is 0.00237 BTC

This is the rounding rest, reward from previous round was already sent to you. Reward for current block is calculated when block is found.

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The instructions say to use one registered miner for each remote miner instance connected. Does this mean multithreaded miners need to be limited to 1 thread only? Will running them with multiple threads confuse the share algorithm?

1 instance == 1 piece of software, NOT computer, NOT CPU/GPU core. Everytime you run miner software, each of them must have different credentials, otherwise your shares will not be correct.

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Hey, going to throw in my Radeon 5970 for fun Smiley wait a couple of hours and you'll be over 2Gh/S

Thanks, it is second 5970 in pool :-)

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did someone manage to connect jgarzik cpu miner windows build to the pool?

Yes, it is working. No special settings for Windows. You probably have bad URL, connection or whatewer.


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December 17, 2010, 12:02:54 PM
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Which version ? Did you build it yourself ?
0.2.1 and no, i only use pre-compiled binaries.

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December 17, 2010, 12:07:41 PM
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32 is not difficulty,

It might be a good idea not to call it 'difficulty' on the webpage...
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December 17, 2010, 12:59:14 PM
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Thanks for the answer slush, indeed i received them now Smiley

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December 17, 2010, 01:12:03 PM
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32 is not difficulty, it means that target have 32 bits of zeros. You cannot compare this difficulty to global difficulty. 32 bits of zeros leads to ~1-2 blocks at 1000khash/s.

I suspect that 32 bits of zeroes = a difficulty of 1? (i.e. the original and easiest difficulty?)
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December 17, 2010, 01:26:17 PM
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I suspect that 32 bits of zeroes = a difficulty of 1? (i.e. the original and easiest difficulty?)

Exactly!

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December 17, 2010, 01:45:38 PM
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hey slush,

do you feel like opening the source of your web interface ?
could give you a hand with impementing some stuff and polishing it

it's Rails isn't it ?

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December 17, 2010, 02:00:58 PM
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hey slush,

do you feel like opening the source of your web interface ?
could give you a hand with impementing some stuff and polishing it

it's Rails isn't it ?

No, it is Django.

About opening source: I like coding it and currently do not need a help, thanks. I wish to open critical app parts for 'security review' soon, but I probably do not open source it fully. It is a service, as mybitcoin or mtgox is.
Pool is strongest when there is plenty of mhash/s, so I have no motivation in creating another pools.

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