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May 30, 2011, 06:18:33 AM
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I've been using the pool for a few days now, but when i go to the site and click the graphs-section, i'm not seeing any images whatsoever. How long do i need to mine to see all the graphs, or is this bugging or something?
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May 30, 2011, 07:14:47 AM
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I'm sorry if I missed this in some FAQ, but how long does it take for a payout to complete?

My first payout was made about 10 hours ago, but it still haven't show up in my BitCoin account. I don't know how long this usually takes? 12h? 24h?
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May 30, 2011, 07:21:39 AM
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My first payout was made about 10 hours ago, but it still haven't show up in my BitCoin account. I don't know how long this usually takes? 12h? 24h?
Unusual, I leave my Bitcoin client running all the time but have always got mine in 10-20 minutes. I take it your client has been running long enough continuously to have the full blockchain, ie. it says > 127600 blocks in the status bar at the bottom? That's all I can think of, otherwise you might need to PM slush the details.

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May 30, 2011, 07:31:28 AM
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Unusual, I leave my Bitcoin client running all the time but have always got mine in 10-20 minutes. I take it your client has been running long enough continuously to have the full blockchain, ie. it says > 127600 blocks in the status bar at the bottom? That's all I can think of, otherwise you might need to PM slush the details.

Hmm. It says 125877 blocks, actually.  Undecided
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May 30, 2011, 07:40:38 AM
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Unusual, I leave my Bitcoin client running all the time but have always got mine in 10-20 minutes. I take it your client has been running long enough continuously to have the full blockchain, ie. it says > 127600 blocks in the status bar at the bottom? That's all I can think of, otherwise you might need to PM slush the details.

Hmm. It says 125877 blocks, actually.  Undecided
That'll be why you haven't seen it, anyway if you leave it running it should download it all, you'll see that number slowly go up if it's working until it's a bit above 127600. Your payment will be "out there" just your client doesn't know about the block yet.

Edit - you can find out at http://bitcoinwatch.com/ how many blocks are in the network under blocks / count if you have it shut down in the future and want to check how much catching up you've got left.

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May 30, 2011, 07:55:33 AM
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That'll be why you haven't seen it, anyway if you leave it running it should download it all, you'll see that number slowly go up if it's working until it's a bit above 127600. Your payment will be "out there" just your client doesn't know about the block yet.

Edit - you can find out at http://bitcoinwatch.com/ how many blocks are in the network under blocks / count if you have it shut down in the future and want to check how much catching up you've got left.
OK. I'll just leave on and see what happens. But so far the block count is the same. It says "0 connections, 12877 blocks".
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May 30, 2011, 08:02:18 AM
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That'll be why you haven't seen it, anyway if you leave it running it should download it all, you'll see that number slowly go up if it's working until it's a bit above 127600. Your payment will be "out there" just your client doesn't know about the block yet.

Edit - you can find out at http://bitcoinwatch.com/ how many blocks are in the network under blocks / count if you have it shut down in the future and want to check how much catching up you've got left.
OK. I'll just leave on and see what happens. But so far the block count is the same. It says "0 connections, 12877 blocks".

if you got no connections, and are that far behind in the block chain, mebbe port problems?

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May 30, 2011, 08:31:04 AM
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if you got no connections, and are that far behind in the block chain, mebbe port problems?
Sounds that way, I'm not 100% sure but believe if you didn't have port forwarding setup you'd still be able to make some outgoing connections, so try checking any firewall type programs you have running to make sure access is allowed. I also noticed another thread recently (http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9821.0) where lots of people were having connection issues running the latest client. Try the following sort of command line options suggested in that thread:

bitcoin.exe -addnode=69.164.218.197 -addnode=64.22.103.150 -addnode=173.242.112.53 -addnode=178.79.147.99 -addnode=184.106.111.41 -addnode=91.85.220.84 -addnode=173.224.125.222 -addnode=86.5.50.90 -addnode=178.255.199.86

If you're running Windows you can just create a shortcut and add that to the "target" parameters. I'm still running an older client myself (0.3.20.2) so haven't tried it personally.

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May 30, 2011, 10:00:59 AM
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if you got no connections, and are that far behind in the block chain, mebbe port problems?

Well, obviously that was the problem.

I've been able to get connections from time to time. I even got a few block this morning. And about a week ago, when I first started with BitCoin, I didn't have any problem get my first 125k blocks. So I didn't really think a port map would be necessary. But I just added a port map for port 8333 and in no-time I got 110 connections.  Grin

So, shame on me, I guess. Even if "should" work anyway.

I'm not on Windows, btw. I'm running 0.3.21-beta on a Mac (the one linked on bitcoin.org).

Update: and a few minutes later I got all the blocks, and my payment came.  Cheesy
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May 30, 2011, 03:49:01 PM
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Could someone explain to me how the block confirmation process works or direct me to a link that will explain it in some detail? From reading parts of this thread and others, I see that the network needs 120 (100 on Slush's pool) confirmations before bitcoins generated move from unconfirmed to confirmed. What does that process entail? Why does it take seemingly forever to generate 100 confirmations?

I like Slush's pool a lot. I like the way the statistics are displayed and the ease of use of the interface. I have no desire to go anywhere else, but I am very interested in learning more about it.

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May 30, 2011, 04:32:00 PM
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Could someone explain to me how the block confirmation process works or direct me to a link that will explain it in some detail? From reading parts of this thread and others, I see that the network needs 120 (100 on Slush's pool) confirmations before bitcoins generated move from unconfirmed to confirmed. What does that process entail? Why does it take seemingly forever to generate 100 confirmations?

I like Slush's pool a lot. I like the way the statistics are displayed and the ease of use of the interface. I have no desire to go anywhere else, but I am very interested in learning more about it.
A block created after the block you're looking at gives 1 confirmation and since approx. 6 blocks are generated every hour, it takes about 16h40m for a block to reach 100 confirmations.

Can't help you with the technical background, though.
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May 30, 2011, 05:19:03 PM
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The password reset doesn't seem to be working for me, I've tried it several times and it always says it was reset successfully but then I can't log in again. This is for the admin password, my miner credentials work fine.

The username I used is skorgu+bitcoincz@gmail.com and I'm using the reset link on the login page: http://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/
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May 30, 2011, 05:48:39 PM
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Let me ask you guys a question..Slush pool....

client shows over 2,000 shares on my end on d1 and d0 shows over 2,000 shares.
Slush only counting 244 for d1 and 200 for d0...is something off?

Ive been getting constant unable to cumminicate RPC errors for 8 hours today.

Also, it says i've got 0.49 BTC, how does this get paid out? I dont see any buttons

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May 30, 2011, 05:59:55 PM
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Could someone explain to me how the block confirmation process works or direct me to a link that will explain it in some detail? From reading parts of this thread and others, I see that the network needs 120 (100 on Slush's pool) confirmations before bitcoins generated move from unconfirmed to confirmed. What does that process entail? Why does it take seemingly forever to generate 100 confirmations?

I like Slush's pool a lot. I like the way the statistics are displayed and the ease of use of the interface. I have no desire to go anywhere else, but I am very interested in learning more about it.
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Block and https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Block_chain have some additional information. 100 confirmations means 100 blocks in the chain on top of the block in question.

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May 30, 2011, 06:07:30 PM
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client shows over 2,000 shares on my end on d1 and d0 shows over 2,000 shares.
Slush only counting 244 for d1 and 200 for d0...is something off?
The client counts all shares since you started it; slush's statistics show the accepted shares in one round.

Also, it says i've got 0.49 BTC, how does this get paid out? I dont see any buttons
Payouts are made once an hour, you recieve a payement when your confirmed reward has crossed your set treshhold.
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May 30, 2011, 06:17:28 PM
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client shows over 2,000 shares on my end on d1 and d0 shows over 2,000 shares.
Slush only counting 244 for d1 and 200 for d0...is something off?
The client counts all shares since you started it; slush's statistics show the accepted shares in one round.

Also, it says i've got 0.49 BTC, how does this get paid out? I dont see any buttons
Payouts are made once an hour, you recieve a payement when your confirmed reward has crossed your set treshhold.

Thanks. 2,000 shares is when i booted my PC up to join SLUSH, how can so many be rejected?
Also, I take it it'll take over a few hours to confirm my rewards?

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May 30, 2011, 06:46:21 PM
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Thanks. 2,000 shares is when i booted my PC up to join SLUSH, how can so many be rejected?
Most of those shares weren't rejected, but already processed and added to your reward in previous rounds. A round ends when the pool finds a block.

Also, I take it it'll take over a few hours to confirm my rewards?
I see you got that part  Grin
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May 30, 2011, 07:01:31 PM
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The password reset doesn't seem to be working for me, I've tried it several times and it always says it was reset successfully but then I can't log in again. This is for the admin password, my miner credentials work fine.

The username I used is skorgu+bitcoincz@gmail.com and I'm using the reset link on the login page: http://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/

I tested password reset now and it works fine. I'm receiving many similar emails about password reset and every time people find that they made some mistake Smiley. Please be sure that you really typed same passwords on both forms (reset & login) Smiley. Also try to delete passwords from browser's password manager; many people told me that some browsers are using old password for login form.

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May 30, 2011, 07:16:13 PM
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The password reset doesn't seem to be working for me, I've tried it several times and it always says it was reset successfully but then I can't log in again. This is for the admin password, my miner credentials work fine.

The username I used is skorgu+bitcoincz@gmail.com and I'm using the reset link on the login page: http://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/

I tested password reset now and it works fine. I'm receiving many similar emails about password reset and every time people find that they made some mistake Smiley. Please be sure that you really typed same passwords on both forms (reset & login) Smiley. Also try to delete passwords from browser's password manager; many people told me that some browsers are using old password for login form.

Ah, I see. Chrome decided my email address was my username. Got it sorted, thanks!
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May 30, 2011, 07:49:58 PM
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Thanks.

2011-05-30 12:36:06: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 12:36:06, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 12:39:36: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 12:39:36, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 12:43:20: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 12:43:20, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC

Do you guys happen to know what that means? (default is one of my miners)
Its still processing the shares but i keep getting this notice every 10 20 30 minutes..any idea?

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