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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4372823 times)
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April 06, 2012, 07:29:15 PM
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I'm having odd connection problems.  from miners on the the same network some connect fine others never get a response from the pool (tcpdump shows only outbound syn on the wire never anything at all back) using cgminer 2.3.2 on all systems

I've check local packet filter rules (there are none), really seems like the pool decided to hate on most of my IP space though that doesn't really make sense as pulling my account would be simpler and more effective way to punish any crimes on my part so still looking for local causes but it's been about a week since most of my running miners started loosing (and stopped running) and I've got nothing.

I can proxy all the traffic through one of the non cursed hosts but that seems to be choking things.  Any guesses as to what rocks I may not have turned over?
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April 06, 2012, 10:04:45 PM
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Is this the best place to make requests/suggestions to the pool operator?
It would be cool to have an option for email notification of a dead miner. Like an adjustable timer for a miner not producing any shares...

Also, thanks for doing a great job keeping the pool up and running so consistently.  Smiley

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April 07, 2012, 01:10:54 PM
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Is anyone else having problems with block reword starting from block #174589? Statistics are showing 0 reword for me on 174589 - 174602 - 174611 - 174612 - 174621 and 174626. Could be something from my side but I doubt that, since I monitor the GPU activity on my miners and load didn't drop on any of them over the past 12 hours (meaning they worked/sent something in that time interval).

For me is all ok: all of the blocks have a rewards

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April 07, 2012, 01:15:29 PM
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Everything is fine. Perhaps a belated guiminer poclbm bug? Which kernel are you using?
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April 11, 2012, 02:53:52 PM
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#           Block found               Duration   Total shares  BTC reward    NMC reward    Block #   Validity
11663    2012-04-11 12:54:14    2:24:11    2314814    0.09612305    0.30111593    175232    96 confirmations left
11662    2012-04-11 10:29:56    4:37:06    4435153    0.09190235    0.43356233    175220    84 confirmations left
11661    2012-04-11 05:52:45    0:21:08    419079    0.09391079    0.14435737    175193    57 confirmations left
11660    2012-04-11 05:31:35    0:28:45    531465    0.09264031    0.14515423    175190    54 confirmations left
11659    2012-04-11 05:02:44    2:18:11    2307813    0.10198024    0.79948042    175188    52 confirmations left
11658    2012-04-11 02:44:28    1:47:39    1824392    0.09084690    0.28245590    175176    40 confirmations left
11657    2012-04-11 00:56:45    0:07:12    183122    0.05547856    0.07522273    175164    28 confirmations left
11656    2012-04-11 00:49:28    0:38:08    715578    0.09101088    0.43453704    175163    27 confirmations left
11655    2012-04-11 00:11:15    1:48:00    1851923    0.09242981    0.29003505    175159    23 confirmations left
11654    2012-04-10 22:23:10    1:19:24    1404613    0.09700012    0.30475864    175143    7 confirmations left
11653    2012-04-10 21:03:41    0:35:46    633396    0.09253581    0.14551967    175138    2 confirmations left
11652    2012-04-10 20:27:50    0:24:30    494819    0.09471929    0.29614514    175134    confirmed

One of these things does not belong here...

I know we've had this conversation before, but I can't get over how consistent the loss is.  I can't wait until someone finds a way to block these people, or somehow prevent it from happening.  That person would be my hero. 

And yes, I know about p2pool, sorry but it just seems like a pinta to setup/maintain (so far).  I like being able to throw a new card in my system (or add a new system) and have it up and running in about 30 seconds so I can go do something else.

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April 11, 2012, 03:54:17 PM
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#           Block found               Duration   Total shares  BTC reward    NMC reward    Block #   Validity
11663    2012-04-11 12:54:14    2:24:11    2314814    0.09612305    0.30111593    175232    96 confirmations left
11662    2012-04-11 10:29:56    4:37:06    4435153    0.09190235    0.43356233    175220    84 confirmations left
11661    2012-04-11 05:52:45    0:21:08    419079    0.09391079    0.14435737    175193    57 confirmations left
11660    2012-04-11 05:31:35    0:28:45    531465    0.09264031    0.14515423    175190    54 confirmations left
11659    2012-04-11 05:02:44    2:18:11    2307813    0.10198024    0.79948042    175188    52 confirmations left
11658    2012-04-11 02:44:28    1:47:39    1824392    0.09084690    0.28245590    175176    40 confirmations left
11657    2012-04-11 00:56:45    0:07:12    183122    0.05547856    0.07522273    175164    28 confirmations left
11656    2012-04-11 00:49:28    0:38:08    715578    0.09101088    0.43453704    175163    27 confirmations left
11655    2012-04-11 00:11:15    1:48:00    1851923    0.09242981    0.29003505    175159    23 confirmations left
11654    2012-04-10 22:23:10    1:19:24    1404613    0.09700012    0.30475864    175143    7 confirmations left
11653    2012-04-10 21:03:41    0:35:46    633396    0.09253581    0.14551967    175138    2 confirmations left
11652    2012-04-10 20:27:50    0:24:30    494819    0.09471929    0.29614514    175134    confirmed

One of these things does not belong here...

I know we've had this conversation before, but I can't get over how consistent the loss is.  I can't wait until someone finds a way to block these people, or somehow prevent it from happening.  That person would be my hero. 

And yes, I know about p2pool, sorry but it just seems like a pinta to setup/maintain (so far).  I like being able to throw a new card in my system (or add a new system) and have it up and running in about 30 seconds so I can go do something else.

Just look at it as if this specific block hadn't been mined without the additional hashpower, or had been mined much much later. Time is money, also.

On another note, is there a working sidebar tool for Win7 that works with Slush's pool? I want to keep track without using the browser all of the time and the gadgets I found don't work anymore!
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April 11, 2012, 05:36:57 PM
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http://domchi.cc/mybitcoins/

this is the gadget i use, but you must update it with the amount in your wallet for it to be exact.
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April 11, 2012, 06:20:51 PM
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I can't wait until someone finds a way to block these people, or somehow prevent it from happening.  That person would be my hero. 

I hate seeing my rewards go way down on the short rounds just as much as the next (non-hopping) guy but I doubt it's realistic to block the hoppers.  Wouldn't the best bet be to change the payout algorithm to PPLNS or something? I'd sure love to see that.

I'm also behind whoever suggested getting notifications for when rigs go down, just an email or something. 
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April 11, 2012, 06:41:47 PM
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I can't wait until someone finds a way to block these people, or somehow prevent it from happening.  That person would be my hero. 

I hate seeing my rewards go way down on the short rounds just as much as the next (non-hopping) guy but I doubt it's realistic to block the hoppers.  Wouldn't the best bet be to change the payout algorithm to PPLNS or something? I'd sure love to see that.

Yeah, that's why I added the "prevent it from happening" part...

And Im pretty sure Slush is working on a new scoring method.  Something like double geometric, or some other term I don't really understand.  I'm just impatient.  Wink

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I'm also behind whoever suggested getting notifications for when rigs go down, just an email or something. 

I just setup a worker for each rig, that way if one of my workers has zero shares for the round then I know something is up.  Granted that still requires me to check the website periodically, but at least I don't have to wait 4 or 5 rounds before my average hashrate starts to fall before I figure out something is screwy with one of my rigs.

But it would be nice to not have to check the website once an hour...

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April 12, 2012, 07:35:35 AM
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I can't wait until someone finds a way to block these people, or somehow prevent it from happening.  That person would be my hero. 

I hate seeing my rewards go way down on the short rounds just as much as the next (non-hopping) guy but I doubt it's realistic to block the hoppers.  Wouldn't the best bet be to change the payout algorithm to PPLNS or something? I'd sure love to see that.

Yeah, that's why I added the "prevent it from happening" part...

And Im pretty sure Slush is working on a new scoring method.  Something like double geometric, or some other term I don't really understand.  I'm just impatient.  Wink

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I'm also behind whoever suggested getting notifications for when rigs go down, just an email or something. 

I just setup a worker for each rig, that way if one of my workers has zero shares for the round then I know something is up.  Granted that still requires me to check the website periodically, but at least I don't have to wait 4 or 5 rounds before my average hashrate starts to fall before I figure out something is screwy with one of my rigs.

But it would be nice to not have to check the website once an hour...


I just use http://btc-poolwatch.com/ and check there every now and then (bookmark'd on my mobile).
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April 12, 2012, 09:10:00 AM
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Thank you guys! Really helpful!  Cheesy
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April 12, 2012, 07:34:20 PM
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I'm having odd connection problems.  from miners on the the same network some connect fine others never get a response from the pool (tcpdump shows only outbound syn on the wire never anything at all back) using cgminer 2.3.2 on all systems

Hello jproulx,

I see that pool banned some IPs which you were used. It's because pool detected getwork flooding from such addresses. I'm wondering if there's some bug in cgminer, because in recent days I had some similar cases and all those users were using cgminer.

How big is your mining rig? Afaik you generate around 2Ghash, but those IPs were performing hundreds of getworks/s (total pool performance is around 500gw/s).  I know that ckolivas probably hates pool operators, because cgminer is very aggressive and it overload servers even in normal run, but this looks like a bug.

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April 12, 2012, 07:40:17 PM
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Sorry for no response to your discussion, I was away for few days. The work on new pool core is a bit more complicated that I originally expected, so I'll implement double geometric method even on current pool core. You can expect it in few days, together with notifications about dead workers.

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April 12, 2012, 08:19:11 PM
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Sorry for no response to your discussion, I was away for few days. The work on new pool core is a bit more complicated that I originally expected, so I'll implement double geometric method even on current pool core. You can expect it in few days, together with notifications about dead workers.

So awesome.

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April 12, 2012, 11:43:27 PM
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so I'll implement double geometric method


That's fantastic news, thanks a lot!! Looking forward to it  Smiley
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April 16, 2012, 12:36:53 PM
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So I've noticed that for substantially smaller rounds < 8 minutes or so, I always get paid less than during the longer rounds. I thought it was just variance and would even out, but this has been ongoing for weeks, and I pretty much have never seen a higher than normal payout on the smaller rounds to even things out. Like I'll get .08-.09 btc on normal rounds, but only .04-.05 on the short rounds. Why is that? And is there something I can do to fix it?

I have about 2 Ghash all operating on diablominer at -v 2 -w 128 -f 120 if that helps to solve the problem.

I feel like I'm losing a fair amount of income if all the small blocks end up paying me less. I should be rooting for the fastest blocks possible, but it seems like that's slightly suboptimal for me based on this? Any solutions? Anybody else experiencing this?


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April 16, 2012, 02:19:03 PM
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So I've noticed that for substantially smaller rounds < 8 minutes or so, I always get paid less than during the longer rounds. I thought it was just variance and would even out, but this has been ongoing for weeks, and I pretty much have never seen a higher than normal payout on the smaller rounds to even things out. Like I'll get .08-.09 btc on normal rounds, but only .04-.05 on the short rounds. Why is that? And is there something I can do to fix it?

I have about 2 Ghash all operating on diablominer at -v 2 -w 128 -f 120 if that helps to solve the problem.

I feel like I'm losing a fair amount of income if all the small blocks end up paying me less. I should be rooting for the fastest blocks possible, but it seems like that's slightly suboptimal for me based on this? Any solutions? Anybody else experiencing this?

This has been discussed tons of times before.  Even several times in this thread.

It is a result of pool hoppers coming in at the beginning of a round.  The other half of your payout on shorter rounds is going to them.

Slush is currently working on a payout system that either eliminates this problem, or comes very close to it.  He said himself he is hoping to have it in place in a few days (only 4 posts back).

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April 16, 2012, 02:23:25 PM
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The new Neighbourhood Pool Watch is on Slush's pool:

http://organofcorti.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/41-slushs-pool.html

There's a little there on pool hopping. There was going to be more, but since DGM will start here soon, there's not much point. Three cheers for Slush!

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It is a result of pool hoppers coming in at the beginning of a round.  The other half of your payout on shorter rounds is going to them.

Slush is currently working on a payout system that either eliminates this problem, or comes very close to it.  He said himself he is hoping to have it in place in a few days (only 4 posts back).

The new method eliminates the possibility of pool hopping completely. There is no possible way to mine it strategically. See the thread on DGM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0

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Wasn't sure, and didn't want to make a false statement so I was just careful in my wording is all...   Cool

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