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October 21, 2011, 03:33:02 PM
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wow, it feels like my NMC rewards have quadrupled!


 Couple of nice, short NMC rounds certainly didn't hurt on top of Slush getting all the merged working. Good stuff, m8~

 'Variance' can also be a big ol bitch too. *grumbles, dirty lil tramp*

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October 21, 2011, 09:00:21 PM
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duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude like I joined your pool!

Looks like it's alot more stable now!  I want me some NMC dude!  So all I had to do was put in my NMC wallet address right?

I'm liking your pool so far, enjoy my modest ~600 MH/s!!!!  :-D

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October 21, 2011, 09:28:25 PM
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duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude like I joined your pool!

Looks like it's alot more stable now!  I want me some NMC dude!  So all I had to do was put in my NMC wallet address right?

I'm liking your pool so far, enjoy my modest ~600 MH/s!!!!  :-D

OH BTW I forgot to ask about "Ntime rolling" ... I'm using the latest version of Phoenix with the phatk kernel under Linuxcoin... is there anything I have to do on the command line to enable this "Ntime rolling"?  Also, what the heck is it??  :-D

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October 21, 2011, 10:04:11 PM
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duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude like I joined your pool!

Looks like it's alot more stable now!  I want me some NMC dude!  So all I had to do was put in my NMC wallet address right?

I'm liking your pool so far, enjoy my modest ~600 MH/s!!!!  :-D

OH BTW I forgot to ask about "Ntime rolling" ... I'm using the latest version of Phoenix with the phatk kernel under Linuxcoin... is there anything I have to do on the command line to enable this "Ntime rolling"?  Also, what the heck is it??  :-D

Nothing you need to do.  It is handled for you.  Ntime rolling allows the miner to re-use a getwork request by incrementing the timestamp locally for a rolling period of time.  This reduces the amount of communication necessary between the pool and miner.
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October 21, 2011, 10:04:59 PM
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duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude like I joined your pool!

Looks like it's alot more stable now!  I want me some NMC dude!  So all I had to do was put in my NMC wallet address right?

I'm liking your pool so far, enjoy my modest ~600 MH/s!!!!  :-D

OH BTW I forgot to ask about "Ntime rolling" ... I'm using the latest version of Phoenix with the phatk kernel under Linuxcoin... is there anything I have to do on the command line to enable this "Ntime rolling"?  Also, what the heck is it??  :-D

Nothing you need to do.  It is handled for you.  Ntime rolling allows the miner to re-use a getwork request by incrementing the timestamp locally for a rolling period of time.  This reduces the amount of communication necessary between the pool and miner.

Jagged, thanks!

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October 22, 2011, 08:02:21 AM
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Nothing you need to do.  It is handled for you.  Ntime rolling allows the miner to re-use a getwork request by incrementing the timestamp locally for a rolling period of time.  This reduces the amount of communication necessary between the pool and miner.

NTime is great improvement of network layer, however current (latest) phoenix still doesn't support it. AFAIk only poclbm and maybe cgminer is using NTime rolling; jedi95 promised NTime rolling for next phoenix release.

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October 22, 2011, 10:22:59 AM
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0.4 btc per 24 hours on deepbit with near 0% 24-hour luck and 0.27 btc plus uncounted amount of NMC here...

so basically either the pool is super unlucky atm or mm is not as harmless as is was promised to be. we'll see in a few more days just to exclude the possibility of extreme unluck...
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October 22, 2011, 12:11:12 PM
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0.4 btc per 24 hours on deepbit with near 0% 24-hour luck and 0.27 btc plus uncounted amount of NMC here...

so basically either the pool is super unlucky atm or mm is not as harmless as is was promised to be. we'll see in a few more days just to exclude the possibility of extreme unluck...

What's your stale ratio?

And yes, there were two 6+ hours in last 24 hours, so you're right. It's just a "luck". Btw what's "uncounted amount"?

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No, MM is definitely not an issue :-)

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October 22, 2011, 01:04:24 PM
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I just lazily did not count NMC per day, there is only a btc per day graph available.
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October 22, 2011, 01:12:06 PM
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Since merged mining began on site I've found my system has become unstable when mining btc. Is seems fine on my backup site for mining. I also have found that I keep getting connection problems. I am only mining btc and haven't set up a wallet for namecoins and with the instablility issues when mining recently at your site I'm not sure I want to. Recently you said the whole network is used though for merged mining could this be causing issues for those of us that aren't interested in namecoins? If it is why not offer an opt out from merged mining for those of us that don't wish to mine namecoins?
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October 22, 2011, 01:24:46 PM
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Since merged mining began on site I've found my system has become unstable when mining btc. Is seems fine on my backup site for mining. I also have found that I keep getting connection problems. I am only mining btc and haven't set up a wallet for namecoins and with the instablility issues when mining recently at your site I'm not sure I want to. Recently you said the whole network is used though for merged mining could this be causing issues for those of us that aren't interested in namecoins? If it is why not offer an opt out from merged mining for those of us that don't wish to mine namecoins?

Try using all polcmb and cgminers. It's running rock solid for me and I have just about the crappiest most unstable connection imaginable.

BTW Slush,

Would it be possible with a further increase in the NMC limit? Just so we can keep it to 1 payment a day? Having a ton of different payments come in during a day is confusing. I realize that you aren't a bank but plz  Grin

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October 22, 2011, 01:26:33 PM
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Since merged mining began on site I've found my system has become unstable when mining btc. Is seems fine on my backup site for mining.

Of course there was big problems with connectivity due to DDoS attacks. Not sure if you counted it. There was also few issues with backends two weeks back when pool started with merged mining, but then I disconnected problematic pools and thanks to recent update of backends, merged mining does not affect mining at all; now it's definitely not an issue. Thanks to my pool monitoring I can tell that now is pool in excellent condition.

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Recently you said the whole network is used though for merged mining could this be causing issues for those of us that aren't interested in namecoins? If it is why not offer an opt out from merged mining for those of us that don't wish to mine namecoins?

Merged mining, when done properly, cannot affect "non-namecoin" users. And I'm absolutely sure that merged mining is working great. Technically merged mining is only small patch for bitcoin backend, nothing what you can 'opt out'. If you're not interested in namecoin, it won't affect you at all and you even don't need to know that your hashrate is 'used for merged mining'. However if you claim your namecoin address, you'll get bunch of coins on top of your bitcoin income.

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October 22, 2011, 01:27:36 PM
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Would it be possible with a further increase in the NMC limit? Just so we can keep it to 1 payment a day? Having a ton of different payments come in during a day is confusing. I realize that you aren't a bank but plz  Grin

Currently that threshold limit is 100NMC. Still not high enough? :-)

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October 22, 2011, 01:43:24 PM
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Ummm either we've had extreme luck on NMC while the BTC luck has been down or accounting is busted I only got back on fully about 7 rounds ago and well... Let's just say it looks like those extra backends being switched to merged has given a rather dramatic increase  Cheesy


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October 22, 2011, 01:48:18 PM
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Excuse me if i am wrong but it seems to me extremely unwise to opt out of NMC mining since even if you do, your hash rate is still used to generate NMC so you basically giving your NMC away. It is not that hard to run a namecoind (in a virtual machine if you don't trust the namecoind builds) once to create a wallet to receive the NMC.

You can just put the nmc wallet near your bitcoin wallet backup and forget about it, and one day you can exchange a large bunch of namecoins for bitcoins for some extra income.
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October 22, 2011, 01:57:19 PM
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I'd like to mention once again, that 'merged mining' isn't stealing of someone's hashrate for mining some alternative weird-currency; merged mining is something like testing submitted shares twice - first time against bitcoin target, then against namecoin target. And people which aren't interested in NMC will earn still the same amount of bitcoins.

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October 22, 2011, 01:58:10 PM
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Let's just say it looks like those extra backends being switched to merged has given a rather dramatic increase  Cheesy

It's that simple :-)

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October 22, 2011, 03:32:24 PM
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Excuse me if i am wrong but it seems to me extremely unwise to opt out of NMC mining since even if you do, your hash rate is still used to generate NMC so you basically giving your NMC away. It is not that hard to run a namecoind (in a virtual machine if you don't trust the namecoind builds) once to create a wallet to receive the NMC.

You can just put the nmc wallet near your bitcoin wallet backup and forget about it, and one day you can exchange a large bunch of namecoins for bitcoins for some extra income.

Pardon my ignorance of NMC. Where do I get a NMC wallet?

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October 22, 2011, 03:48:55 PM
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Pardon my ignorance of NMC. Where do I get a NMC wallet?
you need to download namecoind, start it, and get some address.
this one is pretty informative

http://www.bluishcoder.co.nz/2011/05/12/namecoin-a-dns-alternative-based-on-bitcoin.html

I don't know what platform you are using, so you google from there Smiley namecoind has a separate wallet from bitcoind. Make sure to not confuse BTC address with NMC, or you will lose your money.

hint: nmc address will always start with N or M.

and of course check this:

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/what-is-namecoin

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October 22, 2011, 04:10:47 PM
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There were some problems with database, it's fixed now. I'm sorry for downtime.

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