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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4381849 times)
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January 02, 2012, 05:01:18 PM
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The problem is that with every new round, you'll see all hashrates as 0 Mhash/s, which is mostly unusable for normal users. This is the reason why worker hashrate is hidden and you can see it only in HTML source of profile page...

How about doing a check to see if there's been over x amount of shares submitted? If it's less than x then it will display "calculating" instead.
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January 03, 2012, 03:39:01 AM
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Alternatively, instead of showing MHash for current block, save that value when the block ends and display it on the next block so it might read:

Hashrate for last round: 261 MHash

That way, if you are watching you can catch a problem within 1 round and you don't end up with the issues for those of us (like me) who don't mine 24/7 with the 10 round average. I assume it would be possible to save that value someplace at the end of each round (from your statement: I can display 10-round average or current block average) for access in whatever manner you choose to make it accessible.

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January 03, 2012, 05:20:14 AM
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Just found my first block!!!  Grin  Been dedicating 1.45 GH/s for a while to this pool... that's soon to increase!   Wink

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January 03, 2012, 10:15:36 AM
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Ok, so locking up wallet adresses may not be a feasible idea. I'm just trying to freeroam with my thoughts here thinking what could still be improved. I understand that you don't want to be responsible for larger sums of BTC in case of hacker attacks, and it's not a problem really. Hypothetically, if I had to decide not to use my own wallet, I'd feel more comfortable leaving BTC in the pool than at an exchange for obvious reasons. Wondering if that trust can't be used to create something even greater, like an uberpool (j/k). But seriously, the gold and silver idea is dead I suppose, after the recent price drops? Any other good ideas coming up?
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January 04, 2012, 04:26:06 AM
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I wouldn't mind seeing the current block average hashrate in my account.  That would make it a lot easier for me to tell if I had a problem with one of my miners.

The problem is that with every new round, you'll see all hashrates as 0 Mhash/s, which is mostly unusable for normal users. This is the reason why worker hashrate is hidden and you can see it only in HTML source of profile page...

Could you change that to a css class with display:none instead of commenting it out? Makes it easier for users who want to see it to unhide it. I can post a chrome user script for anyone interested.

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January 05, 2012, 07:22:18 AM
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Sorry if off-topic - just because we see a little btc rally are people massively selling their namecoins? Darn! Prices are ridiculously low again.
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January 05, 2012, 01:05:15 PM
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Could you change that to a css class with display:none instead of commenting it out? Makes it easier for users who want to see it to unhide it. I can post a chrome user script for anyone interested.

I'm affraid that such change will break DaCoinMinster's Greasemonkey script. Parsing comments isn't possible in chrome?

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January 05, 2012, 01:09:47 PM
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Alternatively, instead of showing MHash for current block, save that value when the block ends and display it on the next block so it might read:
Hashrate for last round: 261 MHash

Actually it's not a bad idea. But in the real world, this will be still highly approximate for shorter rounds (don't forget that there are still people with <10Mhash/s, so they'll see "0 Mhash/s" for most of the rounds. And when users are OK with some hashrate delay, why not to use average for last 10 rounds, which is very exact?

Well, people are asking for actual hashrate very often and I feel that I should resolve this somehow. At this moment I'm thinking about new pool core implementing Stratum mining interface and also some extended features which I'm missing. As I see, providing actual hashrate should have some priority on checklist.

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January 05, 2012, 05:48:23 PM
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Could you change that to a css class with display:none instead of commenting it out? Makes it easier for users who want to see it to unhide it. I can post a chrome user script for anyone interested.

I'm affraid that such change will break DaCoinMinster's Greasemonkey script. Parsing comments isn't possible in chrome?

Didn't realize that existed. Works in chrome too, thanks.

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January 05, 2012, 08:42:05 PM
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Well, people are asking for actual hashrate very often and I feel that I should resolve this somehow. At this moment I'm thinking about new pool core implementing Stratum mining interface and also some extended features which I'm missing. As I see, providing actual hashrate should have some priority on checklist.

Average hashrate for last 5/10 mins? Not sure how easy that would be to implement on your pool, but shouldn't be too bad assuming that you're recording timestamps when shares are being submitted...
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January 06, 2012, 03:44:03 AM
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Someone with bitcoin wallet of 18rAnJk5mNjM3EHSSToo3LzpZ7NRUxWnJ5 hacked into my account and tried to change the payout address to this wallet id.
My password used is not simple and also not a dictionary word so most likely was bruteforced somehow. Password already changed but beware of your accounts too.
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January 06, 2012, 08:14:04 AM
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Someone with bitcoin wallet of 18rAnJk5mNjM3EHSSToo3LzpZ7NRUxWnJ5 hacked into my account and tried to change the payout address to this wallet id.
My password used is not simple and also not a dictionary word so most likely was bruteforced somehow. Password already changed but beware of your accounts too.

Or it was sniffed locally? Or used somewhere else?

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January 06, 2012, 06:38:41 PM
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Hey slush, not to put you on the spot or anything, but what do you think of Luke-Jr's alleged actions regarding Coiledcoin?

Relevant threads:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56791.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56802
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56830
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January 06, 2012, 06:46:57 PM
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notawake, as I wrote to btcguild thread few minutes ago, I'm not a fan of alternative currencies except Namecoin, because they're competing Bitcoin and splitting development effort. I think we should unite, not divide, otherwise Bitcoin will end as a bunch of crapcoins. Namecoin is different, because it's more distributed data storage paid with coins than currency itself.

On the other hand, I don't see any point in attacking those alternative projects. Let give them time and room and maybe something interesting will flourish. I personally don't want to be pulled into CoinWars. I mean - I don't want to spend my time on some alternate coins for supporting it or even damage it.

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January 08, 2012, 11:05:54 PM
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Today the namecoin payouts break because of too fragmented namecoin. I discussed the solution on #bitcoin-dev and I have a solution, I'll resolve it duringl tomorrow (UTC). I'm sorry for troubles, NMC mining works without any problem.

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January 09, 2012, 07:53:01 AM
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Today the namecoin payouts break because of too fragmented namecoin. I discussed the solution on #bitcoin-dev and I have a solution, I'll resolve it duringl tomorrow (UTC). I'm sorry for troubles, NMC mining works without any problem.
Good, I was worried something was wrong on my end. And yes, all these people working on alternative coins are just hurting bitcoin. Unless someone finds a major flaw in bitcoin and the solution is found in a alternative coin system there is no point. We are really lucky that bitcoin is doing so well right now, and will be even luckier if it can maintain even half its current value. We really need to keep our focus on bitcoin, its still far from stable.

Also the only thing I would personally want to see added to slush's site is some kind of email alert if a miner goes down. I would in the future like to set up something so I can receive a text or email on my phone if a miner stops running.
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January 09, 2012, 10:29:55 PM
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Namecoin payout fix is harder than I expected. Script is currently indexing some stuff, I'll continue on it tomorrow.

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January 09, 2012, 11:14:46 PM
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Namecoin payout fix is harder than I expected. Script is currently indexing some stuff, I'll continue on it tomorrow.

... answered my question before I asked it!  Thanks for your hard work Slush!

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January 10, 2012, 04:11:11 AM
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Was trying to figure out why my 5970 hashrate dropped from ~700 to closer to ~600mhash. Then I read this thread and realized that I had updated to the 11.12 drivers. Guess it's time to downgrade back to 11.11, thanks Cheesy

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January 10, 2012, 06:31:02 PM
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I'm sorry for additional delay, but it looks like namecoin's blockexplorer don't index all transactions, which break my script. It is already reported to namecoin developers, so I hope it will be fixed as fast as in previous cases...

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