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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3931573 times)
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December 31, 2013, 09:22:17 AM
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Since yesterday 13 confirmed block (#21310-21322), 0 pay, WTH Slush?
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December 31, 2013, 09:40:20 AM
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December 31, 2013, 09:52:35 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.
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December 31, 2013, 09:55:09 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.

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December 31, 2013, 10:21:28 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.
Website up, balances still wrong.
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December 31, 2013, 10:34:15 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.
Website up, balances still wrong.


My also does not agree. Miss BTC from 21322 block.
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December 31, 2013, 10:43:01 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.

I imagine we are going to see a marked reduction in the cluster performance in the absence of any feedback as to what is happening and whether we are going to be properly credited for those confirmed blocks from 21304 onwards that are disappearing from our rewards total each time a new Slush block is found.
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December 31, 2013, 10:45:48 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.
Website up, balances still wrong.


My also does not agree. Miss BTC from 21322 block.

I still miss about 0,25-0,3 BTC from last blocks ... moved my 400 GHs away until this will be solved
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December 31, 2013, 10:56:07 AM
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Website is down, but hashing seems to work.

Time to failover.
Website up, balances still wrong.


My also does not agree. Miss BTC from 21322 block.

I still miss about 0,25-0,3 BTC from last blocks ... moved my 400 GHs away until this will be solved

several followers have raised tickets for this problem. Has anyone had a reply?

The only way to get this fixed is to vote with your feet, go to backup pools.

When Slush starts to see his income fall, then maybe someone will get off their a**e fix the problem.

Edit:- My miners are now moving till this is fixed.

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December 31, 2013, 11:22:41 AM
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I've only been mining for about 30 days here in Slush's pool, and there have been several problems in those 30 days. They have all been fixed - except for one (skewed payouts about 2-3 weeks ago) - but I have to say that if I had caused this many issues at my day job then I would have been fired the first week. I've tried to stay positive through all of these problems, shit happens right? But I'm getting a little tired of being continually frustrated by problem after problem. I wish we had some context on why these problems keep happening, that might help us to understand why there have been so many recently. They may be the original pool, but it seems like it's more of a hobby sometimes.

One question we always ask where I work: how can we prevent this from happening again. Might want to ask that from time-to-time Slush.

*Disclaimer: I'm tired, frustrated, on-call, and watching all my work being reversed with each block we find. I'm a low-volume miner so every little bit counts.
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December 31, 2013, 11:32:29 AM
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I've only been mining for about 30 days here in Slush's pool, and there have been several problems in those 30 days. They have all been fixed - except for one (skewed payouts about 2-3 weeks ago) - but I have to say that if I had caused this many issues at my day job then I would have been fired the first week. I've tried to stay positive through all of these problems, shit happens right? But I'm getting a little tired of being continually frustrated by problem after problem. I wish we had some context on why these problems keep happening, that might help us to understand why there have been so many recently. They may be the original pool, but it seems like it's more of a hobby sometimes.

One question we always ask where I work: how can we prevent this from happening again. Might want to ask that from time-to-time Slush.

*Disclaimer: I'm tired, frustrated, on-call, and watching all my work being reversed with each block we find. I'm a low-volume miner so every little bit counts.

I guess in this business there are a lot of alternatives that are easy to set up and easy to switch to... So there is no real reason to stick with it unless there are loyalty bonuses involved... To switch temporarily to a fully working pool has no downsides?

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December 31, 2013, 11:36:13 AM
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Does anyone know, how big is the Slush's company? Or did he even setup a company that operates the pool? If it all relies on Slush himself, it is not good. The value of Bitcoins handled by Slush's pool every day is just too big to do it as a hobby. What if Slush will hit the rock while skiing, as Schumacher did recently? The thought of that is not very comforting...
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December 31, 2013, 11:38:53 AM
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I've only been mining for about 30 days here in Slush's pool, and there have been several problems in those 30 days. They have all been fixed - except for one (skewed payouts about 2-3 weeks ago) - but I have to say that if I had caused this many issues at my day job then I would have been fired the first week. I've tried to stay positive through all of these problems, shit happens right? But I'm getting a little tired of being continually frustrated by problem after problem. I wish we had some context on why these problems keep happening, that might help us to understand why there have been so many recently. They may be the original pool, but it seems like it's more of a hobby sometimes.

One question we always ask where I work: how can we prevent this from happening again. Might want to ask that from time-to-time Slush.

*Disclaimer: I'm tired, frustrated, on-call, and watching all my work being reversed with each block we find. I'm a low-volume miner so every little bit counts.

I guess in this business there are a lot of alternatives that are easy to set up and easy to switch to... So there is no real reason to stick with it unless there are loyalty bonuses involved... To switch temporarily to a fully working pool has no downsides?



Switching pools for some users is like walking into a dark alley,  but today we are being HIT in daylight on the main road.(for some anyway).  
Pool failover/switchover is not an act of disloyalty, it is self preservation.
When the problem is fixed you can switch back again.

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December 31, 2013, 11:57:37 AM
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I've only been mining for about 30 days here in Slush's pool, and there have been several problems in those 30 days. They have all been fixed - except for one (skewed payouts about 2-3 weeks ago) - but I have to say that if I had caused this many issues at my day job then I would have been fired the first week. I've tried to stay positive through all of these problems, shit happens right? But I'm getting a little tired of being continually frustrated by problem after problem. I wish we had some context on why these problems keep happening, that might help us to understand why there have been so many recently. They may be the original pool, but it seems like it's more of a hobby sometimes.

One question we always ask where I work: how can we prevent this from happening again. Might want to ask that from time-to-time Slush.

*Disclaimer: I'm tired, frustrated, on-call, and watching all my work being reversed with each block we find. I'm a low-volume miner so every little bit counts.

I guess in this business there are a lot of alternatives that are easy to set up and easy to switch to... So there is no real reason to stick with it unless there are loyalty bonuses involved... To switch temporarily to a fully working pool has no downsides?



Switching pools for some users is like walking into a dark alley,  but today we are being HIT in daylight on the main road.(for some anyway).  
Pool failover/switchover is not an act of disloyalty, it is self preservation.
When the problem is fixed you can switch back again.

For me it's not as easy as switching to another pool for a day then back. It takes me about 6 days to make 0.1 bitcoins @ 32GH/s so I have to stay at least 3-4 days so I can get enough mined to hit the minimum amount I can move to my wallet (generally around 0.04 to 0.05 of a bitcoin, depending on the pool).

On a side note - has anyone else noticed that when a maintenance is going on, and the link says to check their facebook page for maintenance status, that there is no status on that page? The page hasn't been updated since November..... Yet another thing to add to the pile.
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December 31, 2013, 12:02:38 PM
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I've only been mining for about 30 days here in Slush's pool, and there have been several problems in those 30 days. They have all been fixed - except for one (skewed payouts about 2-3 weeks ago) - but I have to say that if I had caused this many issues at my day job then I would have been fired the first week. I've tried to stay positive through all of these problems, shit happens right? But I'm getting a little tired of being continually frustrated by problem after problem. I wish we had some context on why these problems keep happening, that might help us to understand why there have been so many recently. They may be the original pool, but it seems like it's more of a hobby sometimes.

One question we always ask where I work: how can we prevent this from happening again. Might want to ask that from time-to-time Slush.

*Disclaimer: I'm tired, frustrated, on-call, and watching all my work being reversed with each block we find. I'm a low-volume miner so every little bit counts.

I guess in this business there are a lot of alternatives that are easy to set up and easy to switch to... So there is no real reason to stick with it unless there are loyalty bonuses involved... To switch temporarily to a fully working pool has no downsides?



Switching pools for some users is like walking into a dark alley,  but today we are being HIT in daylight on the main road.(for some anyway).  
Pool failover/switchover is not an act of disloyalty, it is self preservation.
When the problem is fixed you can switch back again.

For me it's not as easy as switching to another pool for a day then back. It takes me about 6 days to make 0.1 bitcoins @ 32GH/s so I have to stay at least 3-4 days so I can get enough mined to hit the minimum amount I can move to my wallet (generally around 0.04 to 0.05 of a bitcoin, depending on the pool).

On a side note - has anyone else noticed that when a maintenance is going on, and the link says to check their facebook page for maintenance status, that there is no status on that page? The page hasn't been updated since November..... Yet another thing to add to the pile.

eligeus  will let you set 0.02 as your withdrawal, so that is currently 2 days with 32Gh.

today is new years eve.  Tomorrow is new years day.  I honestly do not see this problem being fixed any time soon.

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December 31, 2013, 12:10:32 PM
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I have noticed that my unconfirmed reward has dropped from yesterday to today
lost about 33% of my unconfirmed reward

confirmed nothing since sunday evening/night


It's my confirmed reward  has dropped!    0,01 BTC       why?? they have no orphan block last day why one desappear?
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December 31, 2013, 12:14:22 PM
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Still 0 payments for last 2 days, unconfirmed balance is still growing...

Time to change pool? Any suggestions?
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December 31, 2013, 12:22:02 PM
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I have noticed that my unconfirmed reward has dropped from yesterday to today
lost about 33% of my unconfirmed reward

confirmed nothing since sunday evening/night


It's my confirmed reward  has dropped!    0,01 BTC       why?? they have no orphan block last day why one desappear?

It looks as though as the newer blocks are being added on to unconfirmed (even though many of them are mow  'confirmed') then the oldest blocks that have not been paid out are being deducted from this 'unconfirmed' total! This has been happening since block 21304 - it looks like it could take a while to properly work out rewards due to everyone. I am hoping that the due rewards will be paid automatically rather than everyone having to put a claim in for unpaid blocks 21304+ which may go unnoticed by many.
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December 31, 2013, 12:32:11 PM
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I have noticed that my unconfirmed reward has dropped from yesterday to today
lost about 33% of my unconfirmed reward

confirmed nothing since sunday evening/night


It's my confirmed reward  has dropped!    0,01 BTC       why?? they have no orphan block last day why one desappear?

It looks as though as the newer blocks are being added on to unconfirmed (even though many of them are mow  'confirmed') then the oldest blocks that have not been paid out are being deducted from this 'unconfirmed' total! This has been happening since block 21304 - it looks like it could take a while to properly work out rewards due to everyone. I am hoping that the due rewards will be paid automatically rather than everyone having to put a claim in for unpaid blocks 21304+ which may go unnoticed by many.


raise a ticket and then move pools.

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December 31, 2013, 12:32:49 PM
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I have noticed that my unconfirmed reward has dropped from yesterday to today
lost about 33% of my unconfirmed reward

confirmed nothing since sunday evening/night


It's my confirmed reward  has dropped!    0,01 BTC       why?? they have no orphan block last day why one desappear?

It looks as though as the newer blocks are being added on to unconfirmed (even though many of them are mow  'confirmed') then the oldest blocks that have not been paid out are being deducted from this 'unconfirmed' total! This has been happening since block 21304 - it looks like it could take a while to properly work out rewards due to everyone. I am hoping that the due rewards will be paid automatically rather than everyone having to put a claim in for unpaid blocks 21304+ which may go unnoticed by many.

it would be nice to at least know that this is being looked into and do they really want everyone to put in a claim? I see the new found blocks  look to be on hold from confirming so I would only think this is being worked on?
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