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January 07, 2014, 10:01:06 AM
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2 minutes. Pop in this thread, say something about problems and fixes. Half the people complaining would be happier.

Only a complete moron lets his reputation suffer from that kind of laziness. Ridiculous behaviour.
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January 07, 2014, 10:03:59 AM
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I filed a support ticket 4 days ago, never got ANY response on it. This is getting ridiculous. And now people saying payments are not coming. Whats happening?

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January 07, 2014, 10:04:25 AM
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That worked last time.... wake up Slush....
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January 07, 2014, 10:26:38 AM
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No Payout for two days old block .. no response to ticket.. no response on bitcointalk ... moved away

EDIT: solved - payout from yestardays block
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January 07, 2014, 11:31:06 AM
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Anyone have an issue with 21384?  I was hashing before, during and after the block with no downtime.

21384    2014-01-06 03:05:31    2:42:21    1435249005    none    none    278862    25.18020923    88 confirmations left

EDIT:  Several of you posted while I was typing the original msg.  Thanks, I see it's been submitted.
I see it's fixed now. It was holidays two days ago, didn't you notice?

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January 07, 2014, 11:53:48 AM
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Anyone have an issue with 21384?  I was hashing before, during and after the block with no downtime.

21384    2014-01-06 03:05:31    2:42:21    1435249005    none    none    278862    25.18020923    88 confirmations left

EDIT:  Several of you posted while I was typing the original msg.  Thanks, I see it's been submitted.
I see it's fixed now. It was holidays two days ago, didn't you notice?
Hallelujah!!!!
(so 'it' happens only on major holidays?!)
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January 07, 2014, 11:55:26 AM
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Anyone have an issue with 21384?  I was hashing before, during and after the block with no downtime.

21384    2014-01-06 03:05:31    2:42:21    1435249005    none    none    278862    25.18020923    88 confirmations left

EDIT:  Several of you posted while I was typing the original msg.  Thanks, I see it's been submitted.
I see it's fixed now. It was holidays two days ago, didn't you notice?
Hallelujah!!!!
(so 'it' happens only on major holidays?!)


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January 07, 2014, 12:07:47 PM
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One block fixed, two to go... 21383 and 21384 are still broken. Hopefully somebody is still working on it. As mentioned before: it's a pitty that there is no communication from the pool owner at all. A simple "We are working on it and hope it will be fixed in a few hours" would be great. That's not to much to ask for... is it?
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January 07, 2014, 12:26:57 PM
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One block fixed, two to go... 21383 and 21384 are still broken. Hopefully somebody is still working on it. As mentioned before: it's a pitty that there is no communication from the pool owner at all. A simple "We are working on it and hope it will be fixed in a few hours" would be great. That's not to much to ask for... is it?
I did not have any noticeable issue with 21383 and 21384.  You are right that providing a brief feedback to pool users would be of great help to calm the situation.

BTW now the reward payout was issued but it is stuck in 'confirmation limbo' (not Slush's issue, TX fees were paid)
"Estimated Confirmation Time    6 hours (queue position 782)", still has 'unconfirmed' status so it's not seen by our wallets.
Edit: Just got the first confirmation.
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January 07, 2014, 12:57:00 PM
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January 07, 2014, 02:40:12 PM
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21387   2014-01-06 22:10:22   11:04:50   5853966059   12670   0.00000000   278996   25.10577668    confirmed


The sadness. 
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January 07, 2014, 03:48:25 PM
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I love it when all the whining kicks in!! The total hash numbers fall as the flakes leave and my rewards jump back up. LOVE IT!!!

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January 07, 2014, 03:51:24 PM
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My rewards on two overnight rounds were a third of the normal - not the pool's fault at all, but no thanks to my ISP (Virgin Media) who applied aggressive traffic shaping soon after I started downloading a Linux upgrade, turning my hash rate into something horrible and what should have been a 1½ hour download into 13 hours.  B*st*rds. Angry

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January 07, 2014, 04:47:48 PM
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My rewards on two overnight rounds were a third of the normal - not the pool's fault at all, but no thanks to my ISP (Virgin Media) who applied aggressive traffic shaping soon after I started downloading a Linux upgrade, turning my hash rate into something horrible and what should have been a 1½ hour download into 13 hours.  B*st*rds. Angry
My broadband is normally 30Meg
Yesterday I was getting less than 2Meg . not even enough to open google.

some serious throttling in the system.

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January 07, 2014, 05:35:35 PM
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I love it when all the whining kicks in!! The total hash numbers fall as the flakes leave and my rewards jump back up. LOVE IT!!!

Morris

The individual rewards may go up - but the overall payout will not - as the GH/S falls so will the frequency or speed of finding blocks... Taken to extreme - imagine if everyone left the pool but you... You would receive a BIG 25BTC payout when you find a block - but how often would you receive it? Reality is that when people leave Slush they do not switch off - they move to another pool.

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January 07, 2014, 07:35:09 PM
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In this time pool working normaly, but a lot of days was terrible.
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January 07, 2014, 07:46:40 PM
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21387   2014-01-06 22:10:22   11:04:50   5853966059   12670   0.00000000   278996   25.10577668    confirmed


The sadness. 

Yarp, same here for that block. But my miner failed part way through so dunno what my score was. Question: If you mine halfway through a block and switch, is it possible to get a 0.000000 payout (assuming something like 200k shares)?

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January 07, 2014, 07:55:08 PM
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21387   2014-01-06 22:10:22   11:04:50   5853966059   12670   0.00000000   278996   25.10577668    confirmed


The sadness. 

Yarp, same here for that block. But my miner failed part way through so dunno what my score was. Question: If you mine halfway through a block and switch, is it possible to get a 0.000000 payout (assuming something like 200k shares)?

Yes, on slush, your most recent shares pay the best return.
If you stop before the end of the block, then the payout will fall below your expected value.

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January 07, 2014, 08:04:02 PM
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21387   2014-01-06 22:10:22   11:04:50   5853966059   12670   0.00000000   278996   25.10577668    confirmed


The sadness. 

Yarp, same here for that block. But my miner failed part way through so dunno what my score was. Question: If you mine halfway through a block and switch, is it possible to get a 0.000000 payout (assuming something like 200k shares)?

Yes, on slush, your most recent shares pay the best return.
If you stop before the end of the block, then the payout will fall below your expected value.

21387   2014-01-06 22:10:22   11:04:50   5853966059   376107   0.00000000   278996   25.10577668

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January 08, 2014, 01:13:05 AM
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honestly this probably has something to do with the fact that all commercial computers are fitted with microchips that have had NSA backdoors installed in them. That's HARDWARE backdoors. Kinda like instead of using a window to steal someone's couch, you just actually use their damn unlocked door.

This is pissing me off. The police are most likely behind this. (nsa, cointelpro, etc). I know they're not all cops though. Doesn't matter. Same difference.
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