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January 13, 2014, 08:50:27 AM
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Same problem here Sad
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January 13, 2014, 09:01:21 AM
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such problems. much resolved.

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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January 13, 2014, 09:02:07 AM
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such problems. much resolved.

no dogecoin mining on Slush pool. Why oh why? Smiley
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January 13, 2014, 09:06:37 AM
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coinye me beeotch!

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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January 13, 2014, 09:21:35 AM
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Just in case you were not paying attention,  network difficulty just rose by 26% to 1.79G
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January 13, 2014, 09:31:28 AM
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Just in case you were not paying attention,  network difficulty just rose by 26% to 1.79G

yay! lower than hoped. good luck next couple months. i'm hoping lower than 51,000,000,000 by June 1, 2014.

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January 13, 2014, 10:42:33 PM
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Can some one tell me why my system is continually spending more time stating BFL a through p being disabled then it's stating BFL a through p being re-enabled listing them in lines each time and doing this over and over with only a few hashes, maybe, l0 - l5 lines worth before starting the being disabled re-enable stuff again over and over? Taking up all my time with this. Just curious if there is a fix I need to do or another miner I need to run, I'm running bfgminer now.

Is this disconnecting me from mining pool every 15-20 sec until hashes start again..Huh Huh
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January 14, 2014, 01:46:11 AM
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I don't see why ya'll are loyal to slushys pool with all these bugs n errors and slush not even caring enough to fix them...I quit this pool like 8-9 months ago when they first started to happen...and looks like there still happening....lol good luck too all you crazy loyal slushy fans

Dreams of cyprto solving everything is slowly slipping away...Replaced by scams/hacks Sad
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January 14, 2014, 02:29:23 AM
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I don't see why ya'll are loyal to slushys pool with all these bugs n errors and slush not even caring enough to fix them...I quit this pool like 8-9 months ago when they first started to happen...and looks like there still happening....lol good luck too all you crazy loyal slushy fans

Well, they do always get fixed. It may take a couple hours or even a day, but in the end you get everything you earned. Overall I still earn more here than from other pools.

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January 14, 2014, 03:46:27 AM
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I don't see why ya'll are loyal to slushys pool with all these bugs n errors and slush not even caring enough to fix them...I quit this pool like 8-9 months ago when they first started to happen...and looks like there still happening....lol good luck too all you crazy loyal slushy fans


Bye Bye - and enjoy your new pool where ever it may be. Don't worry about those of us who wish to stay here on this pool, we are big girls and boys. I for one am loyal to no one but I am happy right now in this pool and it's obvious you are not. Why did you come back if you weren't happy months ago. You MUST have tried other pools while you were gone but still you came back to Slush's pool. I wonder why. Hmmmm. I wonder. LOL you'll probably be back again in 4 or 5 months anyway after having fun on other pools and still be unhappy. Ah well.

Just my opinion since you decided to put me down by saying I was a crazy loyal Slush fan and loyal to the Slush pool just because I happen to be using it. You know nothing about me but I learned something about you.Tongue
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January 14, 2014, 10:14:45 AM
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I don't see why ya'll are loyal to slushys pool with all these bugs n errors and slush not even caring enough to fix them...I quit this pool like 8-9 months ago when they first started to happen...and looks like there still happening....lol good luck too all you crazy loyal slushy fans

Because the income is much higher than any other pool (with a stable connection) and for me earning BTC is more important than cosmetics

I wish you good luck too with your future endeavors
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January 14, 2014, 01:09:31 PM
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I have recently started using slush pool and noticed that on some blocks my income is zero despite having shares and on other blocks I have shares "none" and reward "none". I have been mining without interruption or errors.

279765
279819
279837
279847
279890
279904
279918
280422
280374
280362
280337
280328

Also on my account page it says that the last submitted share was 20h ago, which is wrong since I am still mining and submitting shares.
Should I worry ?
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January 14, 2014, 02:06:11 PM
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I have recently started using slush pool and noticed that on some blocks my income is zero despite having shares and on other blocks I have shares "none" and reward "none". I have been mining without interruption or errors.

279765
279819
279837
279847
279890
279904
279918
280422
280374
280362
280337
280328

Also on my account page it says that the last submitted share was 20h ago, which is wrong since I am still mining and submitting shares.
Should I worry ?
Are you sure your credentials are current and that you're actually submitting shares to Slush?
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January 14, 2014, 02:39:28 PM
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Dammit!  My Pi goes down when I am out for 16 hours, and all sorts of blocks process.  I am back up and now it's six+ hour blocks all the way.  Arghhh!
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January 14, 2014, 05:37:51 PM
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Hi ya all,

It is not a complain, but I have been noticing last months, that every time that pool's hashrate has a huge hop (like >20TH/s) we are experiencing problems of "stolen" blocks or long rounds (>6h). The last 48h is another example. Hope this new hardware Slush implemented is going to kill this glitches with time.

Salute all Slusher's.
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January 14, 2014, 09:15:17 PM
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Slush having back end issues?

How are 3 blades that show running perfectly for 5 days straight doing 144 shares a minute bfg showing no issues 10gh/s 10gh/s 10gh/s showing this?
shares 31549   18319.2919   0 minutes   23290.121  23gh?!?!
while another 3 are more semi normal 28gh/s is pretty low for 3 blades, but 23 is a sign something is up
shares 38193   19111.7396   0 minutes   28194.858

Yes the 2nd group has more shares submitted but there is no reason for the first groups to be low as they are all running fine, so I assume slush back end lost shares again?
all other miners are dead on... 10gh/s missing is pretty noticeable
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January 14, 2014, 09:21:47 PM
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Hi ya all,

It is not a complain, but I have been noticing last months, that every time that pool's hashrate has a huge hop (like >20TH/s) we are experiencing problems of "stolen" blocks or long rounds (>6h). The last 48h is another example. Hope this new hardware Slush implemented is going to kill this glitches with time.

Salute all Slusher's.

It's not a hardware issue on Slush's end.  During long rounds, many people will hop to other pools.  You'll see a drop in hashing power which means that there's less chance to find a block compounding the problem.  Also, the hash rate is fluid meaning it can vary even if no miners came or went.  Hardware errors, vardiff, etc. play a factor in determining the hash rate the pool recognizes.

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January 14, 2014, 11:47:02 PM
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Hi ya all,

It is not a complain, but I have been noticing last months, that every time that pool's hashrate has a huge hop (like >20TH/s) we are experiencing problems of "stolen" blocks or long rounds (>6h). The last 48h is another example. Hope this new hardware Slush implemented is going to kill this glitches with time.

Salute all Slusher's.

It's not a hardware issue on Slush's end.  During long rounds, many people will hop to other pools.  You'll see a drop in hashing power which means that there's less chance to find a block compounding the problem.  Also, the hash rate is fluid meaning it can vary even if no miners came or went.  Hardware errors, vardiff, etc. play a factor in determining the hash rate the pool recognizes.

Well, if you were right, then the hashrate would have a decrease in those long rounds which is not. 700+ keeps on.

I don't point to hardware issue,but seems kind of overloading. If your read to this post often, you should have notice that since this was on 380GH some glitches started to appear, and coming up to this "hardware upgrade". Hope with this, pool has resilence for a long time. but there are some ISP related issues pointed last week that cannot be ignored.

What I'm talking about are those "none" rounds, stolen blocks (by ghash.io mostly), worker hashrate variance, very long rounds, variance in score results, variance between round logs from peer to peer, etc.... I'm user of SLUSH's pool (not our's, but his) pool, and I think for a 2% fee we deserve the best beyond an admin that is not present even on his forum (even when he recovered his access, beyond support questions).

Talking about 2% fee. My math perhaps might be not good, but WE are making around 1500 BTC per week which means:

1500 BTC * 2 / 100 = 30 BTC WEEKLY!!!

I mean, I am not talking about profit or something else. But for around 100.000$ monthly (rounded pondered value last months). WE deserve the best pool in the world. [SLUSH I hope you are reading this and comment about]

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January 15, 2014, 12:14:38 AM
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Hi ya all,

It is not a complain, but I have been noticing last months, that every time that pool's hashrate has a huge hop (like >20TH/s) we are experiencing problems of "stolen" blocks or long rounds (>6h). The last 48h is another example. Hope this new hardware Slush implemented is going to kill this glitches with time.

Salute all Slusher's.

It's not a hardware issue on Slush's end.  During long rounds, many people will hop to other pools.  You'll see a drop in hashing power which means that there's less chance to find a block compounding the problem.  Also, the hash rate is fluid meaning it can vary even if no miners came or went.  Hardware errors, vardiff, etc. play a factor in determining the hash rate the pool recognizes.

Sorry, but, answering to your assumption about "factors". I am a systems engineer certified in a lot of technologies (and updated my certs) and what your are talking and assuming is "Coincidence". Which with time and experience your know that coincidence does not exist anymore talking about computering. It is like talking about "magic, or how the small men inside the server trick you", and yes sure you can "fix up a server hitting it enough times with your hand".

People, please. Think.

EDIT. And if your can explain in 500 words what VARDIFF is, without looking in wikipedia or even google earth, I will tranfer you 1 Satoshi. Fees on my own.

PD. "fluid" is not a substantive that you want to use for hashrate.| And... sorry, you were trying to answer only about "determining the hash rate the pool recognizes"HuhHuh What about the other one hundred questions?
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January 15, 2014, 12:42:19 AM
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My understanding of VARDIFF is that the pool sends different levels of difficulty to you based on your miners capability. i.e. 125/22. This gives you better awards for working on more difficult work without the need to hog a lot of I/o bandwidth. I believe it helps keep the traffic in and out of the server to a more predictable level while still giving stronger miners more work, therefor more rewards.

Again this is just my interpretation ?

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