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March 18, 2011, 01:15:22 AM
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It's only minor bug on stats page. Number goes to zero when round is longer than one hour, but there are constantly over 1000 active workers now.

No, there is just some delay before block is shown in blockexplorer. Now you can see all the blocks in BE too.

Hi slush thanks for replying =)

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March 18, 2011, 01:23:13 AM
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I see a bug or problem using ur script on google chrome.
It doesn't save the check boxes. save given by slush has no use.
Every time i closes google chrome completely & open chrome, every thing is back to NO SCRIPT page, then have to change Time offset, & check the check boxes needed again.
Please make it save the changes. I used google chrome 10.0.648.134 version.

Hi dishwara,

I was able to reproduce this problem, and I believe I fixed it. Please install my latest version of the script, then refresh the mining page and then change a setting. From then on, your settings should be saved between browser sessions.

If this script is making your life easier, please consider a donation: 19hMEAaRMbEhfSkeU4GT8mgSuyR4t4M6TH

Thanks!
Thanks, the script seems pretty flawless now. Smiley
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March 18, 2011, 08:03:08 PM
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I see a bug or problem using ur script on google chrome.
It doesn't save the check boxes. save given by slush has no use.
Every time i closes google chrome completely & open chrome, every thing is back to NO SCRIPT page, then have to change Time offset, & check the check boxes needed again.
Please make it save the changes. I used google chrome 10.0.648.134 version.

Hi dishwara,

I was able to reproduce this problem, and I believe I fixed it. Please install my latest version of the script, then refresh the mining page and then change a setting. From then on, your settings should be saved between browser sessions.

If this script is making your life easier, please consider a donation: 19hMEAaRMbEhfSkeU4GT8mgSuyR4t4M6TH

Thanks!

Hi, dacoinminster, ur script is working fine, & my small tip 1btc to u(i can only give that much now)
Thanks.
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March 18, 2011, 09:36:10 PM
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Hi, dacoinminster, ur script is working fine, & my small tip 1btc to u(i can only give that much now)
Thanks.

Sweet - thanks! It may seem small now, but I personally believe that someday that bitcoin will be worth a lot of money.

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March 18, 2011, 11:25:32 PM
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Small update today. I added JSON API for profile page and token mechanism to authenticate against it without need of login/password in your scripts. I see that many of you are downloading profile page and parse it periodically. This API is now preferred way to check your account balance.

For API interface instructions, follow the link on top of your profile page.

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March 19, 2011, 12:13:28 AM
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Hi, dacoinminster, ur script is working fine, & my small tip 1btc to u(i can only give that much now)
Thanks.

Sweet - thanks! It may seem small now, but I personally believe that someday that bitcoin will be worth a lot of money.


good, then u saving bitcoins, & replying my post will make u 40, only 10 less for 50
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March 19, 2011, 01:27:10 AM
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I added page with payout history. Now you can check when and how many bitcoins the pool sent you.

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March 19, 2011, 01:45:10 AM
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Nice addition!

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March 19, 2011, 03:38:43 AM
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I added page with payout history. Now you can check when and how many bitcoins the pool sent you.

Wow. Was anyone else surprised about their total payout over time? Thanks for the awesome new feature, slush!
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March 19, 2011, 12:08:04 PM
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It seems that the pool generated two instances of block 114114 according to the stats page, but one of them is a link to 114115 in block explorer.
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March 19, 2011, 12:46:26 PM
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It seems that the pool generated two instances of block 114114 according to the stats page, but one of them is a link to 114115 in block explorer.

Where do you see that??

Immediately after block is found, pool is asking bitcoind for last blocknum. But there is a bitcoind balancer, every request may go to another bitcoind instance (except submitting the block, where the instance must be the same for getwork and submit). This problem with blocknum happen when instance performing getblocknum() does not info about newly mined block yet.

P.S. To avoid confusing you, Thor, I corrected the blocknum manually Wink.

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March 19, 2011, 06:19:10 PM
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Small update today. I added JSON API for profile page and token mechanism to authenticate against it without need of login/password in your scripts. I see that many of you are downloading profile page and parse it periodically. This API is now preferred way to check your account balance.

For API interface instructions, follow the link on top of your profile page.
Superb, thanks!

No matter how I'm mining, I always dump the output to a log file, which I then tail (means I've got a file I can parse later if I suddenly feel the urge...)

So... using the new JSON API I've knocked up a quick and dirty cron job to append confirmed and unconfirmed rewards to my log:

Code:
#!/bin/sh
#############################################################
PWD=~/bin/DiabloMiner                           ## <-- Change
TOKEN=...                                       ## <-- Change
MINER_LOG=$PWD/miner-mining.bitcoin.cz.log      ## <-- Change
#############################################################
wget https://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/profile/json/$TOKEN -O $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.json --no-check-certificate
echo "\t" > $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.txt
cat $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.json | sed 's/, /\n/g' | sed 's/{//' | sed 's/"//g' | sed 's/}//' | sed 's/: /:\t/g' | grep "reward" | grep -v "estimated" >> $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.txt
cat $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.txt >> $MINER_LOG
rm $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.json
rm $PWD/mining.bitcoin.cz.txt

(Change PWD to the folder your miner is running in, TOKEN to the API token from mining.bitcoin.cz. and MINER_LOG to the filename of your log file).

When run regularly through cron (I run it every minute at the moment, I'll wind it back to every 5 minutes shortly) this results in something like...

Code:
138007/289580 khash/sec
unconfirmed_reward: 3.74085607
confirmed_reward: 0.26218971
[19/03/11 18:11:44] Block 718 found on Cypress (#1)
[19/03/11 18:11:52] Block 719 found on Cypress (#1)
287512/289074 khash/sec

If anyone finds this useful, great. If not... well, at the very least feel free to mock my use of SED ;-)

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March 20, 2011, 10:21:03 PM
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Not sure if this was already mentioned; I'm too lazy to read the thread for the answer. What is a login suffix? Huh
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March 20, 2011, 10:24:45 PM
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Not sure if this was already mentioned; I'm too lazy to read the thread for the answer. What is a login suffix? Huh
Let me google that for you...

...results in this.

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March 20, 2011, 10:33:07 PM
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Thanks. Smiley
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March 21, 2011, 01:24:10 AM
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I added page with payout history. Now you can check when and how many bitcoins the pool sent you.

Are you sure that is working correctly? It says my total payout is around 34 BTC when the actual total is more like 53 BTC.

Oh, I see. It only has payments from this year. Never mind Smiley

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March 21, 2011, 02:34:44 AM
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Hey slush, is this still open to new users?  I just tried to sign up and it would just tell me my password didn't match.  I reset it several times and then signed up with a new address, and it still kept saying my password didn't match.
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March 21, 2011, 03:38:36 AM
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Pretty sure it is open to new users as I just signed up about an hour or so ago.

However, now I'm getting even more and more annoyed at my incompetence with it. Tried each of the different miners it suggests, but couldn't even get any of them to begin to work, and the Help info given for each of them proved rather unhelpful or nearly impossible to find.

Settled on just trying to use puddinpop's until such time as it works. However, the more I try, the further from working it gets. Such that, half an hour ago whenever I opened Bitcoin it started generating on startup (was testing if the bitcoin.conf file was in the right area), then, Without changing where it was located, suddenly it stopped doing that... Tried everything to get it to find the file again short of reinstalling Bitcoin, and still no luck.

I think I figured out the correct info to put in bitcoin.conf though, and the correct thing to run for puddinpop's to get it to work...

Code:
rpcuser=myname
rpcpassword=mypass
rpcport=8332
rpcconnect=Either mining.bitcoin.cz or 178.79.147.99


Not sure if I missed something, but, when I run the following I either get

Code:
rpcminer-cpu.exe -url=http://mining.bitcoin.cz:8332 -user=myname -password=mypass -threads=1

Could not retrieve work from RPC server.
CURL return value = 22

or

CURL return value = 7

Though I stopped getting the latter more recently, so I think I got whatever needed to be changed for that changed.



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March 21, 2011, 04:11:27 AM
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Hey slush, just wanted to say thanks for the coop! I'm just starting out---I wanted a new video card in the next few months anyway and found a great deal on a 5970, so I went ahead and bought it hoping that mining will offer me a sort of "rebate."

This is a bit risky, so I'm using your pool to keep my variance down. Getting a bitcoin or two every day has really aided my peace of mind (and my relationship with my wife, who was a bit skeptical about the whole affair). It's well worth the expected "cost" of a few bitcoins a month. I'm still running an unpooled miner as well, since the lure of the big hit is ever present, but in the meantime I know I'll mine enough to pay my electric bill and have a bit left over.

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March 21, 2011, 04:45:07 AM
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Pretty sure it is open to new users as I just signed up about an hour or so ago.

However, now I'm getting even more and more annoyed at my incompetence with it. Tried each of the different miners it suggests, but couldn't even get any of them to begin to work, and the Help info given for each of them proved rather unhelpful or nearly impossible to find.

I think I figured out the correct info to put in bitcoin.conf though, and the correct thing to run for puddinpop's to get it to work...
You are doing it wrong. (at least regarding bitcoin.conf)
Local bitcoin client is not needed for pooled mining, you don't need to configure it.
The only thing you need to configure is the miner application. If you are using CPU for mining then jgarzik's or ufasoft's miners are suitable.

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