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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4346692 times)
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March 15, 2012, 01:30:40 PM
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What exactly is the metric for a "100% day"?
1 block per hour?


I think it actually has to do with the CDF value.  I think that if the majority of the blocks found for the day have a cdf of less than 100% than the luck is good.  If the majority is over 100% then the luck is bad.

I could be way off, but that seems right based on all the stats up there...

The cdf can't be over 100%

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March 15, 2012, 02:00:36 PM
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Yeah, after I looked a little closer, I figured out that if the cdf is under 63% for a lot of blocks then the luck is good, if it's over 63% for a lot of blocks then the luck is bad...

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March 16, 2012, 10:49:51 PM
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Hi folks,

I'm wondering why I'm seeing severely reduced performance from my 5-GPU miner when connecting to this pool?  I get a constant 1650MH/s reported by Diablo when I'm on DeepBit (although DeepBit reports slightly less) but anywhere from 700-1300 on Slush, with a current 10-round hashrate of only 1161 (that's confirmed by submitted shares as well as Diablo reported hashrate).  LOTS of fluctuation in hashing speed, peaking well below what I know the miner can do (and no, it's not stales, which are currently ~0.3%).  If it helps my username is the same over there as here; PM me if you need more info than that.

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Wat would cause my hashrate being reported by the pool to be over a 1/3 less than the total Mhash/sec shown within my miner for the last
1 1/2hrs of a 3hr round?

But then when the new block started my hashrate was being reported to be the same as wat my miner was showing plus 2-4 Mh/s more.
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March 20, 2012, 01:19:07 PM
Last edit: March 20, 2012, 02:59:48 PM by slush
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I'm aware of issue with processing blocks and payouts, I'll fix it within few hours..

Edit: It's fixed now, all pending payouts were sent.

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March 20, 2012, 08:59:25 PM
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I'm wondering if someone can help me connect to Slush's pool through Tor. I have the Tor client set up and running, and am able to download the blockchain in the client by setting the client to use a sock4 proxy. However, I'm having no luck with setting up GUIMiner to connect. I get a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error when trying to connect to host pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion on port 8332. Are those the correct settings, and do I have to edit some kind of config file to set guiminer to use a socks proxy?
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March 20, 2012, 09:03:51 PM
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I'm wondering if someone can help me connect to Slush's pool through Tor. I have the Tor client set up and running, and am able to download the blockchain in the client by setting the client to use a sock4 proxy. However, I'm having no luck with setting up GUIMiner to connect. I get a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error when trying to connect to host pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion on port 8332. Are those the correct settings, and do I have to edit some kind of config file to set guiminer to use a socks proxy?

No idea but are you using poclbm or other miner?

BTW. Why did slush go down just now?

EDIT: ok, it is up running again.
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I'm wondering if someone can help me connect to Slush's pool through Tor. I have the Tor client set up and running, and am able to download the blockchain in the client by setting the client to use a sock4 proxy. However, I'm having no luck with setting up GUIMiner to connect. I get a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error when trying to connect to host pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion on port 8332. Are those the correct settings, and do I have to edit some kind of config file to set guiminer to use a socks proxy?

No idea but are you using poclbm or other miner?

BTW. Why did slush go down just now?

EDIT: ok, it is up running again.

It's using poclbm, and is the Feb update to Guiminer.

edit: my poclbm.ini file is

{
    "profiles": [
        {
            "username": "XXXXX",
            "balance_auth_token": "",
            "name": "Default",
            "hostname": "pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion",
            "external_path": "",
            "affinity_mask": 1,
            "flags": "",
            "autostart": false,
            "device": 0,
            "password": "XXXX",
            "port": "8332"
        }
    ],
    "bitcoin_executable": "C:\\Program Files\\Bitcoin\\bitcoin.exe",
    "show_console": false,
    "show_summary": true,
    "show_opencl_warning": true,
    "console_max_lines": 5000,
    "start_minimized": false,
    "window_position": [
        882,
        567,
        845,
        256
    ]
}
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March 20, 2012, 09:47:45 PM
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BTW. Why did slush go down just now?
EDIT: ok, it is up running again.

There was middle-sized coordinated attack against the pool. It took me few minutes to locate source of flooding, so pool was down for a moment. I'm sorry for connection issues.


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March 20, 2012, 09:51:49 PM
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I'm wondering if someone can help me connect to Slush's pool through Tor. I have the Tor client set up and running, and am able to download the blockchain in the client by setting the client to use a sock4 proxy. However, I'm having no luck with setting up GUIMiner to connect. I get a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error when trying to connect to host pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion on port 8332. Are those the correct settings, and do I have to edit some kind of config file to set guiminer to use a socks proxy?

If GUIminer already included latest poclbm, which is optimizing mining over Tor, then everything what you need is to use host "pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion" and configure poclbm to use proxy on 127.0.0.1:9050 (local Tor socks proxy).

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March 20, 2012, 10:13:28 PM
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I'm wondering if someone can help me connect to Slush's pool through Tor. I have the Tor client set up and running, and am able to download the blockchain in the client by setting the client to use a sock4 proxy. However, I'm having no luck with setting up GUIMiner to connect. I get a "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" error when trying to connect to host pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion on port 8332. Are those the correct settings, and do I have to edit some kind of config file to set guiminer to use a socks proxy?

If GUIminer already included latest poclbm, which is optimizing mining over Tor, then everything what you need is to use host "pool57wkuu5yuhzb.onion" and configure poclbm to use proxy on 127.0.0.1:9050 (local Tor socks proxy).

So, the poclbm.ini file be edited with a new field for proxy information? I'm having some trouble finding information on what fields are acceptable. Adding in "proxy": "127.0.0.1:9050", doesn't seem to work.

EDIT: I can connect and hash through poclbm using the command line and --proxy=socks5://127.0.0.1:9050. I'm just have issues going through GUIminer.
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March 20, 2012, 10:18:58 PM
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I don't know GUIminer configuration format, but there's new parameter in poclbm miner - see "poclbm.py --help"

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March 21, 2012, 07:58:50 AM
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Today I blocked some suspicious IPs. Let me know if you cannot reach the pool and you're not  a russian script kiddie.

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March 22, 2012, 05:59:13 PM
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I found my 4th block for the pool yesterday and have only mined 88btc. But it will hopefully balance out at some point.
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March 22, 2012, 06:07:14 PM
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I found my 4th block for the pool yesterday and have only mined 88btc. But it will hopefully balance out at some point.

I started out the same way, found 3 blocks before even getting 100 btc, but then I made another 125 btc before finding another block.  So now im at 225 btc paid out and I've found 4 blocks.

It always evens out in the end...

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March 22, 2012, 07:55:30 PM
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lol, a nice "welcome to the pool" for my new 7970s. A 7.5 hour round Cheesy

During installation time? I missed 4 rounds haha. Ain't that the way it always is.


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March 22, 2012, 08:20:35 PM
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Arrr, all of that awesome luck we been having went out the window ;(
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March 22, 2012, 11:38:54 PM
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What's happening? Few days ago i started mining with slush's pool. Everything was fine, but today, even if i am mining with the same power, i receive only a very small fraction of what it used to be. And i think it works only for the first minutes. (sry for my bad english)
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March 22, 2012, 11:53:45 PM
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What's happening? Few days ago i started mining with slush's pool. Everything was fine, but today, even if i am mining with the same power, i receive only a very small fraction of what it used to be. And i think it works only for the first minutes. (sry for my bad english)
Is the website reporting that you have less MHash/s than you're expecting, or did you just see less BTC? We've had a terrible run where we only solved 2 blocks in over 12 hours, so that will make a huge difference.
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March 23, 2012, 06:24:09 AM
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It's called variance. Unless you have connection problems it is very normal that payouts vary on a daily basis depending on pool luck.
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March 23, 2012, 09:04:39 AM
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It's called variance. Unless you have connection problems it is very normal that payouts vary on a daily basis depending on pool luck.

Yes but yesterday was almost zero.

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We've had a terrible run where we only solved 2 blocks in over 12 hours, so that will make a huge difference.

I think this was the problem because my Mhash/s is always the same. Smiley

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