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February 06, 2014, 02:42:47 PM
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Yay just over an hour for that one Cheesy

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February 06, 2014, 02:57:55 PM
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Something is not right folks 20 secs before the 16h round ended all my connections to the startum server were lost making 2Th/s reward bloody gone!

Slush pool is up to no good or a bloody server crashed.

My time at slush may be up with the way things have been past week.

Anyone else get disconnected ?
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February 06, 2014, 02:59:20 PM
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Looks like my internet dropped or something too in the last 5 minutes or so killing my reward Sad

Same thing happened to me! My logs show the Startum server went down right as the round ended sounds rather odd to me ? Planned ?
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February 06, 2014, 03:00:42 PM
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Something is not right folks 20 secs before the 16h round ended all my connections to the startum server were lost making 2Th/s reward bloody gone!

Slush pool is up to no good or a bloody server crashed.

My time at slush may be up with the way things have been past week.

Anyone else get disconnected ?

Crover, it has happened to me several times.  my ants start beeping away right before a block is found.  very odd...I doubt slush is "getting us"...but server issues have been in abundance as of late.  

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February 06, 2014, 03:02:42 PM
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Looks like my internet dropped or something too in the last 5 minutes or so killing my reward Sad
Same thing happened to me! My logs show the Startum server went down right as the round ended sounds rather odd to me ? Planned ?

We've been closely watching logs of this super-long round and everything worked correctly. We're also not aware of any disconnection issues on the pool, the hashrate is also stable. So it looks like local issues. I'm sorry to hear about that, anyway :-/.

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February 06, 2014, 03:06:55 PM
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Looks like my internet dropped or something too in the last 5 minutes or so killing my reward Sad
Same thing happened to me! My logs show the Startum server went down right as the round ended sounds rather odd to me ? Planned ?

We've been closely watching logs of this super-long round and everything worked correctly. We're also not aware of any disconnection issues on the pool, the hashrate is also stable. So it looks like local issues. I'm sorry to hear about that, anyway :-/.

Slush did you recharge the flux capacitor correctly  ?   =)

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February 06, 2014, 03:14:01 PM
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1:14:06    Feels like I hit the Lotto!!!
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February 06, 2014, 03:14:22 PM
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Looks like my internet dropped or something too in the last 5 minutes or so killing my reward Sad
Same thing happened to me! My logs show the Startum server went down right as the round ended sounds rather odd to me ? Planned ?

We've been closely watching logs of this super-long round and everything worked correctly. We're also not aware of any disconnection issues on the pool, the hashrate is also stable. So it looks like local issues. I'm sorry to hear about that, anyway :-/.

I 100% beg to differ pool Hash rate dropped by 150 Th/s I highly doubt that many people had local issues. strange that you have only replied now when users start complaining.

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February 06, 2014, 03:17:26 PM
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February 06, 2014, 03:45:07 PM
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I've read over and over again how people think Slush is up to something or planning something or intentionally doing something so people won't make as much. If you honestly believe that, why do you stick around?

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February 06, 2014, 03:56:27 PM
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I've read over and over again how people think Slush is up to something or planning something or intentionally doing something so people won't make as much. If you honestly believe that, why do you stick around?

I wonder that as well. The hash rate dropped probably because people were antsy about the whole 2 blocks in 27 hours thing and moved on to different pools. Everyone always feels like something nefarious is going on, when they are more than welcome to choose a different pool to be a part of.
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February 06, 2014, 03:58:17 PM
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I've read over and over again how people think Slush is up to something or planning something or intentionally doing something so people won't make as much. If you honestly believe that, why do you stick around?

i don't think he is up to anything personally. . .  I think its just plain bad luck combined with the difficulty rising. .   I haven't seen pool luck down at 20 for as long as I remember, and eventually the number will even out, or actually the overall statistics forces the number to even out to 100 at some point over the long term ..   whether that is the actual scalar values changing or whether its just luck.. .

It's just quite a shock to see with the difficulty rising as well as the current results to see where we are now at. . .

I can see how one block in 24 hours would result in 50TH leaving. . .
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February 06, 2014, 04:16:03 PM
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I concur.
As a relative newbie after a lot of research I settled on this pool. It is widely regarded as fair and well run. It's also been here for ages (in internet time)
The beauty of the vast internet is that if someone disagrees, they an upsticks and head off elsewhere.
What the internet does also give them the right to do, is sit here whinging.
That's just a waste of time and hashes IMHO  Grin

I suspect that the rate of return will decline to such a level that it becomes more if a hobby for most of us, anyway.  Cry
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February 06, 2014, 04:20:08 PM
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Some people think that the grass is always greenest some were else .
I´m mining since December 2013 and I´m not leaving , its a good stable pool Smiley
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February 06, 2014, 04:49:22 PM
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Been a member since 2011, Just feel things have not been going so smooth since Jan 2014  Undecided

Slush is a good pool don't get me wrong, just wondering what happened my logs show stratum server went off line. I have a backup ADSL as well as my Fibre line and my local internet never dropped.

The connection to the Stratum server dropped!!

Hopefully over the next 24 hours Slush will rise from this 20%

Seems odd that other pools are racking in so many rounds in ahhhh luck these days Sad
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February 06, 2014, 05:07:31 PM
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Been a member since 2011, Just feel things have not been going so smooth since Jan 2014  Undecided

Slush is a good pool don't get me wrong, just wondering what happened my logs show stratum server went off line. I have a backup ADSL as well as my Fibre line and my local internet never dropped.

The connection to the Stratum server dropped!!

Hopefully over the next 24 hours Slush will rise from this 20%

Seems odd that other pools are racking in so many rounds in ahhhh luck these days Sad

Landed butter side up on this one.
I moved 3/4 of my Gh to Eclipse about 3 hours before the end of the round.
Lost 10 hours worth of nothing here, then gained 3 hours on Eclipse, so made up the equivalent of a normal round on Slush.
Still get a minimal payout from Slush as well.

The first time pool hopping has worked for me.

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February 06, 2014, 05:07:59 PM
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Been a member since 2011, Just feel things have not been going so smooth since Jan 2014  Undecided

Slush is a good pool don't get me wrong, just wondering what happened my logs show stratum server went off line. I have a backup ADSL as well as my Fibre line and my local internet never dropped.

The connection to the Stratum server dropped!!

Hopefully over the next 24 hours Slush will rise from this 20%

Seems odd that other pools are racking in so many rounds in ahhhh luck these days Sad

I understand your questions a 100% , and when you are dealing with money only a dumb man doesn't ask questions ... I'm a little skeptical of people who replied to your post who have only, one or two history posts.. I myself am VERY new , and I understand your concern.. Honestly I would love to know the data points you keep an eye on so that I can learn more. As for the LARGE drop you seen... Keep this in mind... the stratum servers may not have went down, they may have only became unreachable from your point of view.. I work for a global ISP, and built the US's first OC 192 coast to coast... when traffic traverses the internet it has to pass from what I call the edge routers up to a particular route reflector that services a specific region of the US.. If the route reflector shifts this type of dynamic traffic, you WILL see a drop ... I have seen these complaints come in a MILLION times over from companies that deal in online trading of MAJOR us companies ... I can tell you this, It can happen .... The listeners of the stratum servers are up, but "a portion" of traffic is dropped on the traverse ... It all boils down to trust, honestly that sucks... but it is what it is .. I just got in this to play around and see what it is all about, like I said I'm a beginner when it comes to "Bitcoin" pools but I have YEARS and YEARS experience in networking and server support.. I have supported some of the worlds biggest businesses and I have seen things like this a lot and there is very rarely ill intention . I'm not saying that being skeptical is bad, its good to ask question, but you need to also understand the limitations of the answers that can be given .

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February 06, 2014, 05:31:09 PM
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over the last 30 rounds the Slush pool average is 4 hours 5 mins

as the pool share is currently at 4% of the pie and the nominal time for 1 block is 10 mins

that works out at an average round for Slush being 4 hours 10 mins

therefore we are still ahead of the system by 5 mins in 30 rounds (that's 122 hours 11 mins).


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February 06, 2014, 05:39:40 PM
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Could be worse... Eclipse had a 37 hour block a few days ago and is currently working on a 17 hour block.  Shocked
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February 06, 2014, 05:47:20 PM
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over the last 30 rounds the Slush pool average is 4 hours 5 mins

as the pool share is currently at 4% of the pie and the nominal time for 1 block is 10 mins

that works out at an average round for Slush being 4 hours 10 mins

therefore we are still ahead of the system by 5 mins in 30 rounds (that's 122 hours 11 mins).



them there are statistics! Puts it all into perspective!  Grin
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