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June 01, 2014, 03:24:03 AM
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Does anyone mine with 1 th dragons I have the diff set to 1024 and they aren't working here. What do you set the diff at to get 1 th and not 2GH?

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Let the pool set the difficulty for your miner, not your software  Wink

Not true. My Dragon miners also didn't work unless i set them to 4.
Try the same.
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June 01, 2014, 11:27:49 AM
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Have not talk on this thread for a while but Slush's pool is getting luck recently. Me likely.

Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   166%, 136%, 117%
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June 01, 2014, 01:31:16 PM
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Does anyone mine with 1 th dragons I have the diff set to 1024 and they aren't working here. What do you set the diff at to get 1 th and not 2GH?

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Let the pool set the difficulty for your miner, not your software  Wink
I think the pool could do a better job of selecting the diff. I have ton more rejects here
than I ever did with ghash or others.

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June 01, 2014, 03:41:08 PM
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Does anyone mine with 1 th dragons I have the diff set to 1024 and they aren't working here. What do you set the diff at to get 1 th and not 2GH?

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Let the pool set the difficulty for your miner, not your software  Wink
I think the pool could do a better job of selecting the diff. I have ton more rejects here
than I ever did with ghash or others.


Absolutely.
On BTCGuild I get a better hash rate when I set difficulty to 1024 than Slush.
However, Slush still pays out more so I am staying here.
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June 01, 2014, 06:46:22 PM
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Does anyone mine with 1 th dragons I have the diff set to 1024 and they aren't working here. What do you set the diff at to get 1 th and not 2GH?

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Let the pool set the difficulty for your miner, not your software  Wink

Not true. My Dragon miners also didn't work unless i set them to 4.
Try the same.

Thanks that did the trick Slush no like 1024
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June 02, 2014, 07:17:03 AM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

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June 02, 2014, 08:55:33 AM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

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You can do it with actual amount -2% as long as its above 0.01 +2%
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June 02, 2014, 05:29:02 PM
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WHAT HAPPENED TO CONFIRMED BTC FROM BLOCK 303751?HuhHuh?
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June 02, 2014, 07:33:38 PM
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hi guys, any help or advice would be great, over the last couple of days i know the pool has grown . but for most of the morning i have been hashing with 3 s1 antminers at 535 ghz and i was getting approc 554k-550k
and it just went down for the rest of the day to 490k - 495k per block, is this a thing to do with slush pools point systems....thanks  Cry
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June 02, 2014, 07:46:25 PM
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hi guys, any help or advice would be great, over the last couple of days i know the pool has grown . but for most of the morning i have been hashing with 3 s1 antminers at 535 ghz and i was getting approc 554k-550k
and it just went down for the rest of the day to 490k - 495k per block, is this a thing to do with slush pools point systems....thanks  Cry

So I assume you have these overclocked to 200gh/s which is 600gh/s total. so you are seeing around 550gh/s which is 10% missing.
This is normal for a slush pool... I see it happen a lot to my miners. I have no clue where that 10% vanishes too. I stopped caring 6 months ago as my payouts are being paid as if the 10% is not missing. and my projected is always right when the 10% is missing.

So I must assume it just a calculation error on slush's part.

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June 02, 2014, 07:50:03 PM
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Repeating the same rant again, my confirmed reward has been above the threshold for some hours, but payment is not happening.  Ticket raised with Slush support.
Payment made.  All good now.  Thanks Slush Support!

Cheers

Highly unlikely support did anything for you...
If you really get this nuts over late payouts, you should def throw your miners on Eligius for a month... 4+ days of no payouts happening repeatedly will teach you how much to embrace the consistency of payouts here...
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June 02, 2014, 09:57:16 PM
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hi guys, any help or advice would be great, over the last couple of days i know the pool has grown . but for most of the morning i have been hashing with 3 s1 antminers at 535 ghz and i was getting approc 554k-550k
and it just went down for the rest of the day to 490k - 495k per block, is this a thing to do with slush pools point systems....thanks  Cry

So I assume you have these overclocked to 200gh/s which is 600gh/s total. so you are seeing around 550gh/s which is 10% missing.
This is normal for a slush pool... I see it happen a lot to my miners. I have no clue where that 10% vanishes too. I stopped caring 6 months ago as my payouts are being paid as if the 10% is not missing. and my projected is always right when the 10% is missing.

So I must assume it just a calculation error on slush's part.



The stats reported on the pool (estimations only) are not as reliable as the stats reported from the mining software. Check your S1 log files for more detailed info.

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June 02, 2014, 09:57:45 PM
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Repeating the same rant again, my confirmed reward has been above the threshold for some hours, but payment is not happening.  Ticket raised with Slush support.
Payment made.  All good now.  Thanks Slush Support!

Cheers

Highly unlikely support did anything for you...
If you really get this nuts over late payouts, you should def throw your miners on Eligius for a month... 4+ days of no payouts happening repeatedly will teach you how much to embrace the consistency of payouts here...
At least I get the good feeling that raising a support ticket helped fix it.... Smiley
As the payout process is supposed to be automated, when it doesn't happen something in the process needs to be fixed, or an alert raised for 'human intervention'.
It's good to know that it could be even worse....

Cheers
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June 02, 2014, 11:07:40 PM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

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You can do it with actual amount -2% as long as its above 0.01 +2%

Thanks!

It is above 0.01, what do you mean by +2%?
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June 02, 2014, 11:15:30 PM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

Thanks

You can do it with actual amount -2% as long as its above 0.01 +2%

Thanks!

It is above 0.01, what do you mean by +2%?

That's the pool transaction fee
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June 02, 2014, 11:33:17 PM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

Thanks

You can do it with actual amount -2% as long as its above 0.01 +2%

Thanks!

It is above 0.01, what do you mean by +2%?

That's the pool transaction fee

If I got you right, even if available amount is above 0.01, I still have to subtract 2%, and input that amount as an automatic withdrawal, then it will be transferred to the address specified?
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June 03, 2014, 12:26:24 AM
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I was wondering, how to manually withdraw BTC from slush's pool. Will it work, if I just change the auto withdraw amount to the actual amount in the account?

Thanks

You can do it with actual amount -2% as long as its above 0.01 +2%

Thanks!

It is above 0.01, what do you mean by +2%?

That's the pool transaction fee

If I got you right, even if available amount is above 0.01, I still have to subtract 2%, and input that amount as an automatic withdrawal, then it will be transferred to the address specified?

I have never had a 0.01 xfer it always 0.0101324 or something like that so I haven't taken much notice - which is the 1st confirmed amount that hits my account that that takes it above threshold. So I have never seen one come in with less than 0.01

You have more than 0.01 you said so just dump it all into threshold and see what happens.

If it doesn't xfer (give it some time) then we know that it wont xfer threshold unless there is 2% is left in account for fees.

Not doing an xfer unless there is the 2% left in account does sound Bankster like.

Let me know what happens.

Cheers



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June 03, 2014, 03:03:36 AM
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Repeating the same rant again, my confirmed reward has been above the threshold for some hours, but payment is not happening.  Ticket raised with Slush support.
Payment made.  All good now.  Thanks Slush Support!

Cheers

Highly unlikely support did anything for you...
If you really get this nuts over late payouts, you should def throw your miners on Eligius for a month... 4+ days of no payouts happening repeatedly will teach you how much to embrace the consistency of payouts here...
At least I get the good feeling that raising a support ticket helped fix it.... Smiley
As the payout process is supposed to be automated, when it doesn't happen something in the process needs to be fixed, or an alert raised for 'human intervention'.
It's good to know that it could be even worse....

Cheers


you get the good feeling of clogging their support with useless tickets

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June 03, 2014, 03:36:27 AM
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I have never had a 0.01 xfer it always 0.0101324 or something like that so I haven't taken much notice - which is the 1st confirmed amount that hits my account that that takes it above threshold. So I have never seen one come in with less than 0.01

You have more than 0.01 you said so just dump it all into threshold and see what happens.

If it doesn't xfer (give it some time) then we know that it wont xfer threshold unless there is 2% is left in account for fees.

Not doing an xfer unless there is the 2% left in account does sound Bankster like.

Let me know what happens.

Cheers





Did it, have 0.36345226 BTC - Confirmed reward. So I put in Send Threshold - 0.35618321.

Nothing happened so far. Do you think I need to start mining again, so I can get a payout?

Thanks

EDIT: It worked as expected Smiley Available balance 0.000000. Thanks again!
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June 03, 2014, 06:55:11 AM
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Holy FOOKIN BAT CRAP

Approx. cluster performance (30 min average): 3484275.425 Ghash/s  it was 2400+ about 1.5hrs ago, something must have broke on one of the big pools
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