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March 22, 2014, 12:15:00 AM
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AND the last one was just found to be invalid.

24 seconds too late, apparently.  Nothing in the pipe.  Cry
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March 22, 2014, 12:30:03 AM
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AND the last one was just found to be invalid.
24 seconds too late, apparently.  Nothing in the pipe.  Cry

So a different pool or someone found the block 24 seconds before us?

Bitcoin? Looks like fun.
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March 22, 2014, 01:00:45 AM
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I'm fairly new here - and only mining for curiosity.

This is the second invalid block in a few days - does it happen often or is this unusual?

What's to stop a miner in a pool who finds a block from taking it for himself and modifying the miner software so he returns it to the pool just a bit late?


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March 22, 2014, 01:17:20 AM
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AND the last one was just found to be invalid.
24 seconds too late, apparently.  Nothing in the pipe.  Cry

So a different pool or someone found the block 24 seconds before us?

Yep.   It's about a 1.5% chance that a block will be orphaned, about 1 out of 67 blocks we find.  The pool could toss out the orphaned block earlier, since noone ever chained to that block, but I suppose there's something to be said for holding out for a miracle.
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March 22, 2014, 04:52:57 AM
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seems like the last 2or3 rounds aren't adding up in my total
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March 22, 2014, 05:30:47 AM
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seems like the last 2or3 rounds aren't adding up in my total

Round 21856 was an orphaned block.  It was never added to the blockchain, therefore, no payout.
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March 22, 2014, 06:23:40 AM
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I know we had an invalid block, but I thought something was wrong with my total as well. Like I refreshed it after being away all day, and it barely went up. It was the first time I noticed an invalid block, and I know there was only about 2 other rounds all day, but it was almost like it subtracted the invalid block amount from my balance.

I could just be seeing things.
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March 22, 2014, 09:42:31 AM
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probably a long day today the pool has just been down for 3-4 minutes,
never mind i am sure we will get there eventually
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March 22, 2014, 09:54:58 AM
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Hi All,

I'm all new to this, so please bear with me... trying to setup for mining at Slush's pool more for fun and to understand how this works... I'm trying to configure with rpcminer-cuda taken from here:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281043.0

All seem to run (anyway it pretends to calculate something and I see a load on my PC), however my worker is not updated with any results submitted to pool... The miner is reporting constantly messages similar to this:

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2014-03-22 10:42:04: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x273A0A12
2014-03-22 10:42:04: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x201EF5E8
2014-03-22 10:42:04: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x1FEC6E3C
2014-03-22 10:42:14: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x1FEB06E9
2014-03-22 10:42:14: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x27076EB5
2014-03-22 10:42:24: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x2739FFD0
2014-03-22 10:42:24: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x201EF59F
2014-03-22 10:42:35: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x2708E001
2014-03-22 10:42:35: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x273A0A12
2014-03-22 10:42:35: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x201EF5E8
2014-03-22 10:42:45: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x1FEC6E3C
2014-03-22 10:42:45: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x1FEB06E9
2014-03-22 10:42:55: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x27076EB5
2014-03-22 10:42:55: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x2739FFD0
2014-03-22 10:42:55: Listener for "test": New starting nonce = 0x201EF59F
2014-03-22 10:42:55: Listener for "test": Nonce = 0x2529FF58
2014-03-22 10:42:55: Listener for "test": Server sent: {"error": null, "id": 1, "result": false}

the rpcminer is run with following command:
rpcminer-cuda.exe -user=xxx -password=yyy -url=http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 -workrefreshms 100000

It appears as if the miner gets the data (?) yet any result submitted is not accepted at the server (Server sent: {"error": null, "id": 1, "result": false})?

What is wrong with the params and can rpcminer-cuda be used with the Slush pool at all??

Thanks in advance for pointing me to the direction to go!

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Seem like the rule of thumbe that when you post a question on a forum, the answer is found a minute later.. It runs fine now, the stratum porxu has been missing in my setup which gave the error!

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March 22, 2014, 12:14:12 PM
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Finally. Tongue
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March 22, 2014, 12:19:40 PM
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yep hopefully our luck hits again
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March 22, 2014, 12:30:28 PM
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yep hopefully our luck hits again

Yeah. Especially since I fixed all my damn miners from dropping connections and going idle. Mind you I saved some hydro when nothing was happening anyway. Roll Eyes Every cloud has a silver lining. Grin

Oooh and it's a big fat juicy block....  Cool
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March 22, 2014, 01:30:20 PM
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need tons of fees
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March 22, 2014, 03:05:47 PM
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need tons of fees

If you have a transaction with paid fees, starting in a block that is later invalid, what happens to that transaction?

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March 22, 2014, 03:06:55 PM
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hmm that's an interesting question...
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March 22, 2014, 03:20:39 PM
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need tons of fees

If you have a transaction with paid fees, starting in a block that is later invalid, what happens to that transaction?

If it gets included in a block that is orphaned by the main chain, it will be eventually mined and included in the main chain since it was never confirmed by the main chain.  Typically a high priority transancation that paid miners fees would be included in the orphaned block and the main chain block that replaced it.

Keep in mind that the block reward and the mining fees can't be spent until there are 100 confirmations on that block.
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March 22, 2014, 07:54:00 PM
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Where are all the blocks!!!!  Huh I just got my new miner online and this is killing me!!!
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March 22, 2014, 07:56:03 PM
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Someone flushed the toilet with all our blocks floating in it. Cry It wil get better, sooner or later. Sad

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March 22, 2014, 08:58:43 PM
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No need to worry.

If we end up only completing 4 rounds todays, just think .. .. it could always be worse.

1 round a day is bad.
 Grin

Now get back to mining, slaves.
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March 22, 2014, 09:27:36 PM
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Someone flushed the toilet with all our blocks floating in it. Cry It wil get better, sooner or later. Sad

Who left a blocky in the blocks pipe?

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