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September 30, 2012, 04:01:17 AM
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155.17 BTC paid out and only found one block so far Wink

You're pretty lucky guy Smiley. For every one lucky man there are hundreds losers who are underpaid for their contribution.

Me: 150 blocks, paid 6180 :-(. Damn, I even cannot complain to pool op that he's robbing me!

well... hopefully your pool op wages cover your losses  Grin

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September 30, 2012, 10:04:26 AM
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Hey slush, I've got about 16 days and 16 hours of uptime of proxy program, I've lost almost i'd say 12 hours of mining time, maybe even more, i have no idea. My gpu's have been working for nothing.

on the proxy program, i see errors of

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2012-09-30 04:45:12,878 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash 962b
aa16
and some other errors, which i did not grab *facepalm*

I closed the proxy program and opened it, i guess it is working again. Nope, its down for the count gr.

Code:
2012-09-30 05:02:52,448 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash ecd5
c1bd

This is a major fallback, if the proxy starts spitting out errors, there is no way for the proxy program to tell the gpus to stop working resulting in the gpu's work for nothing, burning electric.

Edit:
I switched back to normal interface mining "Server:Slush's pool" rather 127.0.0.1.

Edit2:
Lost roughly 10 hours of making btc and burning electric for nothing.
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September 30, 2012, 12:20:12 PM
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Hey slush, I've got about 16 days and 16 hours of uptime of proxy program, I've lost almost i'd say 12 hours of mining time, maybe even more, i have no idea. My gpu's have been working for nothing.

on the proxy program, i see errors of

Code:
2012-09-30 04:45:12,878 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash 962b
aa16
and some other errors, which i did not grab *facepalm*

I closed the proxy program and opened it, i guess it is working again. Nope, its down for the count gr.

Code:
2012-09-30 05:02:52,448 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash ecd5
c1bd

This is a major fallback, if the proxy starts spitting out errors, there is no way for the proxy program to tell the gpus to stop working resulting in the gpu's work for nothing, burning electric.

Edit:
I switched back to normal interface mining "Server:Slush's pool" rather 127.0.0.1.

Edit2:
Lost roughly 10 hours of making btc and burning electric for nothing.

Does this mean you can't get your miner to 'poolhop' back to the normal slush pool when you get this problem?
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September 30, 2012, 03:48:42 PM
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*snip*

Does this mean you can't get your miner to 'poolhop' back to the normal slush pool when you get this problem?

Do you know what them codes are? 962baa16 & ecd5c1bd

Anyways, hope you can reply, slush.
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September 30, 2012, 06:59:38 PM
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Anyways, hope you can reply, slush.

I can reply, of course, but you didn't give me anything to debug. Firstly I recommend you to upgrade to latest proxy version, which you obviously didn't used, because you were used 16 days old version (most probably one of the first version). A LOT of things changed there.

Next time, make at least printscreen or whatever. Such complains don't help me much.

Please try to switch back to Stratum. Proxy is running on 600+ machines already and I don't know about any error like you had, most likely it is already fixed.

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This is a major fallback, if the proxy starts spitting out errors, there is no way for the proxy program to tell the gpus to stop working resulting in the gpu's work for nothing, burning electric.

Proxy is reporting all errors back to miners. You can setup "backup pool" to standard pool's getwork interface if you're worried about downtime.

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September 30, 2012, 07:32:50 PM
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Anyways, hope you can reply, slush.

I can reply, of course, but you didn't give me anything to debug. Firstly I recommend you to upgrade to latest proxy version, which you obviously didn't used, because you were used 16 days old version (most probably one of the first version). A LOT of things changed there.

Next time, make at least printscreen or whatever. Such complains don't help me much.

Please try to switch back to Stratum. Proxy is running on 600+ machines already and I don't know about any error like you had, most likely it is already fixed.

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This is a major fallback, if the proxy starts spitting out errors, there is no way for the proxy program to tell the gpus to stop working resulting in the gpu's work for nothing, burning electric.

Proxy is reporting all errors back to miners. You can setup "backup pool" to standard pool's getwork interface if you're worried about downtime.

Isn't this the debug stuff?

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2012-09-30 05:02:52,448 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash ecd5
c1bd
2012-09-30 04:45:12,878 INFO proxy jobs.add_template # New job for prevhash 962b
aa16
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If not, how do i get the debug information?

Also, u can see @ block 14086 & 14085 on my account, proxy farted or something, meaning proxy was not submitting the work my gpus had created.
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September 30, 2012, 07:47:18 PM
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Isn't this the debug stuff?

No. This don't help me much, because this is just a message about new job on the stratum protocol.

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Also, u can see @ block 14086 & 14085 on my account, proxy farted or something, meaning proxy was not submitting the work my gpus had created.

Exactly that "something" is debugging stuff. Can you try it with latest proxy?

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September 30, 2012, 10:51:32 PM
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How would i get the debug? For if it happens again.
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October 01, 2012, 03:12:11 AM
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Nice job with this stratum mining stuff Smiley  Gratz Slush !

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October 01, 2012, 05:50:32 AM
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I'm getting ~0.01% stale ratio. How do i fix this?
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October 01, 2012, 09:56:44 AM
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I'm getting ~0.01% stale ratio. How do i fix this?

Hrm, you consider it as "too much"?

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October 01, 2012, 01:00:36 PM
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Hi Slush...smee...smee max... Cheesy

Would it be possible to add a column to the workers table on the site to show the average hash rate for each worker. I wish we could see the hash rate for each worker.

Up until now I was using GPUmax to see this information, but I would prefer to not use that site if possible...

Also would it be possible to just show the last round average for each worker?

I would like to see the hash rate for each faster than in the last 10 rounds...this way I can react faster if i see something that is not right.

Average hashrate in last 10 rounds: 14544287 Mhash/s is great as an over all view, but it would be nice if i could see the number for each worker a little faster.

I just created a worker for each of my machines, and if the information on each worker was updated faster, the info would be more usefull.

thanks Slush!

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October 01, 2012, 04:26:18 PM
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Great idea max in montreal. It would be nice to have average hash rate per worker. Max, do you use the site directly to monitor or do you have something that interfaces with the API? I used to use Nagios but prefer not to have remote SSH into my machines anymore.

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October 01, 2012, 04:29:44 PM
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There are hashrates of every workers already. Numbers are commented out in HTML code of profile page, because they're quite inaccurate for slow miners - hashrate is calculated only from current round, so it is bit off on the round beginning.

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October 02, 2012, 12:52:31 AM
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Slush,

In case you didn't know the new proxy works great.

403000 accepts, only 190 rejects.

I think that is a pretty low reject rate, good job

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October 02, 2012, 01:11:21 AM
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Thank you! :-) I'm working hard to improve everything. Stratum is quite big project, but other changes are coming soon!

In case you didn't know the new proxy works great.
403000 accepts, only 190 rejects.
I think that is a pretty low reject rate, good job

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October 02, 2012, 05:28:33 PM
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There are hashrates of every workers already. Numbers are commented out in HTML code of profile page, because they're quite inaccurate for slow miners - hashrate is calculated only from current round, so it is bit off on the round beginning.

Lets discuss this...

Often in my setup somewhere there are changes, and after the changes I would like to know if these changes are working, and if they are faster.

People like me have 2 options, use GPUmax, or use another pool. after a change I do not want to wait for about 1 day to only find out something is not going well....last 10 rounds is a long time...but i understand it is more exactleave the last 10 rounds there, but it would be great if for the workers there was the last round...

I understand its not as exact as the last 10 rounds...
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October 02, 2012, 05:37:22 PM
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There are hashrates of every workers already. Numbers are commented out in HTML code of profile page, because they're quite inaccurate for slow miners - hashrate is calculated only from current round, so it is bit off on the round beginning.

Lets discuss this...

Often in my setup somewhere there are changes, and after the changes I would like to know if these changes are working, and if they are faster.

People like me have 2 options, use GPUmax, or use another pool. after a change I do not want to wait for about 1 day to only find out something is not going well....last 10 rounds is a long time...but i understand it is more exactleave the last 10 rounds there, but it would be great if for the workers there was the last round...

I understand its not as exact as the last 10 rounds...


I think what slush is saying, is that if you go to your stats page, right click and choose "view source" you can then get the hash rate of each individual worker.  I know, you have to click 3 times to get it instead of just 1, but it's there.


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October 02, 2012, 06:35:00 PM
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i see it now...thanks!
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October 02, 2012, 06:41:26 PM
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You can take the GreaseMonkey script from the 1st message of this thread.
It tweaks the pool pages and shows you the stats you need without "View Source" etc.

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