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March 30, 2012, 08:06:58 PM
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Is something wrong with the way btc is being awarded? I got 0 btc for the last two rounds even though slush's site says I have an average of 2Ghash/sec. Since the max capacity for what I have is 2Ghash, that means they must have been working?

I think you are doing something wrong.

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March 30, 2012, 11:37:04 PM
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March 31, 2012, 12:43:21 AM
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I've actually noticed a bigger difference based on the duration of the round and I'm right around 2ghash.  I'll average about .07 on most rounds, but on shorter round, generally under 5 minutes, I'll average around .03.

The only reason I haven't said anything sooner is because this conversation has come up before.  And it was generally attributed to pool hoppers.

If the hoppers contributed to the total share of the initial 5 minutes, they increased pool's hashrate thus contributed to the success of finding the block.

But where do those hoppers go leaving the pool? solo?

I believe the hoppers move to PPS pools

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March 31, 2012, 12:51:45 AM
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I've actually noticed a bigger difference based on the duration of the round and I'm right around 2ghash.  I'll average about .07 on most rounds, but on shorter round, generally under 5 minutes, I'll average around .03.

The only reason I haven't said anything sooner is because this conversation has come up before.  And it was generally attributed to pool hoppers.

If the hoppers contributed to the total share of the initial 5 minutes, they increased pool's hashrate thus contributed to the success of finding the block.

But where do those hoppers go leaving the pool? solo?

I believe the hoppers move to PPS pools

They move to any pool where the expected value of a share = 1/D at any given point in a round, for example: PPLNS, DGM, SMPPS, PPS.

If they don't understand variance or can't accept variance, they'll go PPS and pay the fee or SMPPS and deal with the negative buffer issues later.

If they understand variance and can accept it, they'll go with either a DGM they suits their preferences or PPLNS.

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March 31, 2012, 02:28:53 AM
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You know, I really should have licensed those algorithms Wink

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April 04, 2012, 02:05:24 PM
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A while back I was complaining that my pool payouts would never catch up with the blocks my miners have generated. Well, the ratio looks much better now. 7 blocks to 326 BTC paid out plus Namecoins. Seems I was wrong. Looks like you really just need to keep mining long enough for it to equal out.
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April 04, 2012, 05:45:24 PM
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A while back I was complaining that my pool payouts would never catch up with the blocks my miners have generated. Well, the ratio looks much better now. 7 blocks to 326 BTC paid out plus Namecoins. Seems I was wrong. Looks like you really just need to keep mining long enough for it to equal out.

Consider the following :
I'm at 198 BTC and no block found ^^
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April 04, 2012, 06:00:57 PM
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Yeah, it is pretty random.  But generally over time, it tends to even out.

Im at 4 blocks found and around 240 btc paid out...

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April 04, 2012, 07:37:30 PM
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A while back I was complaining that my pool payouts would never catch up with the blocks my miners have generated. Well, the ratio looks much better now. 7 blocks to 326 BTC paid out plus Namecoins. Seems I was wrong. Looks like you really just need to keep mining long enough for it to equal out.

Consider the following :
I'm at 198 BTC and no block found ^^


Lol I'd start solo mining, and hope that variance and luck catch up with me.
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April 04, 2012, 11:08:47 PM
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A while back I was complaining that my pool payouts would never catch up with the blocks my miners have generated. Well, the ratio looks much better now. 7 blocks to 326 BTC paid out plus Namecoins. Seems I was wrong. Looks like you really just need to keep mining long enough for it to equal out.

Consider the following :
I'm at 198 BTC and no block found ^^


Lol I'd start solo mining, and hope that variance and luck catch up with me.
If only luck and variance worked like that

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April 04, 2012, 11:20:26 PM
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it does work like that...if it was the opposite then it would be bad luck...
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April 04, 2012, 11:43:01 PM
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it does work like that...if it was the opposite then it would be bad luck...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambler's_fallacy

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April 05, 2012, 04:12:58 PM
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as per variance ... im perfectly without luck. good or bad ...

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April 06, 2012, 07:42:43 AM
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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 06, 2012, 09:23:38 AM
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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 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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