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March 08, 2013, 10:14:22 PM
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Mine was shut down too. I had to kill the proxy, and use guiminer to get it back online

This is known problem of GUIminers, they sometimes don't reconnect on pool server restart Sad. But that "check hardware" errors are (to 99.9%) unrelated to pool restart.

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March 08, 2013, 10:20:51 PM
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Proxy problem - it's working very slow.

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March 08, 2013, 10:30:36 PM
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Proxy problem - it's working very slow.

What means "very slow"? I probably rise your difficulty (I did it for some users and I changed them to very conservative levels). What difficulty do you see in your miner?

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March 08, 2013, 10:32:04 PM
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krzys13, diff 37..168/32 (cgminer), stratum say diff 32.
I worked a months without the problems. Please restore it :-)
cgminer api (localhost) is working inproperly!

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March 08, 2013, 11:22:45 PM
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krzys13, diff 37..168/32 (cgminer), stratum say diff 32.
I worked a months without the problems. Please restore it :-)

It is fine, cgminer also see 32 (168/32). So far everything is working good. You have less submissions, but every is credited for 32 shares. That's the point of user-defined difficulty. Your mining income isn't affected, but network resource usage is much lower.

If you want higher submission rate, please change it on pool profile (Edit worker). Especially for your hashrate, 32 is quite optimal. But if you really-really want, you may change it to something around 20...

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What do you mean? I'm not a specialist to cgminer, but if there's some bug, please report it to cgminer thread...

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March 09, 2013, 07:45:41 AM
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krzys13, diff 37..168/32 (cgminer), stratum say diff 32.
I worked a months without the problems. Please restore it :-)

It is fine, cgminer also see 32 (168/32). So far everything is working good. You have less submissions, but every is credited for 32 shares. That's the point of user-defined difficulty. Your mining income isn't affected, but network resource usage is much lower.

If you want higher submission rate, please change it on pool profile (Edit worker). Especially for your hashrate, 32 is quite optimal. But if you really-really want, you may change it to something around 20...

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What do you mean? I'm not a specialist to cgminer, but if there's some bug, please report it to cgminer thread...

Thank you. Works perfect.

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March 10, 2013, 07:17:20 AM
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Logo became bigger, so there is less useful space on right side and in statistics table each row takes 3 lines
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The site design was not great before the logo size change and now it became worse :-(

Thanks for the previous site updates, though, but navigation is still can be done much better. For example, btcguild have "24h earnings" value is accessible with no clicks whatsoever and it's placed on the most visible place. On the mining.bitcoin.cz you have to click at least twice and scroll one page to get approximately the same info (that miners are working fine and everything is okay)

Thanks for the pool and your support anyway. It's the best even with the ui.

ps my screen res is 1280x800
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March 10, 2013, 08:07:30 AM
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Logo became bigger

Please set your zoom in browser back to 100% ;-). Logo has same size for at least one and half year.

However I agree that site design isn't ideal.

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March 10, 2013, 12:26:38 PM
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FWIW stats page looks good from here (Opera Browser, 100% Zoom, 1920 x 1200 res screen, Win 7 x64 w SP1).

Thanks for the great work Slush from a late Bitcoin miner (though I may try my hand in Litecoin mining once I earn 1 BTC from your pool).  Smiley

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March 10, 2013, 11:51:46 PM
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 Slush, I have noticed that at times I have trouble getting work from api. I have started to use port 3333 I will tell you if it does any better. I am using cgminer with stratum support. I have noticed the difficulty, I am not making much with my little 800 mhas setup. I have still managed to mine some coins though. Keep up the good work. I have also used eletrum wallet. I like the design of it. A smart person will not lose their wallet. Good thinking on that one. User difined thing you have going on is great thing if you are fast miner. I set mine higher than 1 and I get no share. Got any idea of why? Can I set it to 2 and get 2 shares? Will it hurt my income with my slow hash rate?
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March 11, 2013, 09:57:57 AM
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Slush, I have noticed that at times I have trouble getting work from api.

Old getwork pool (api.bitcoin.cz) isn't maintained too much and there's quite high stale rate. Obviously owners of ~500 Ghash/s hashpower don't care too much. I'm writing them emails, displaying red warnings on website, no way.

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I have started to use port 3333. I will tell you if it does any better. I am using cgminer with stratum support.

Well, I'm sure this will be much better Smiley.

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I have noticed the difficulty, I am not making much with my little 800 mhas setup.

For 800MHash/s setup, the difficulty 1 is fine and I don't recommend you to rise it up.

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I set mine higher than 1 and I get no share. Got any idea of why? Can I set it to 2 and get 2 shares? Will it hurt my income with my slow hash rate?

With higher difficulty, you have lower chance to find the share. So  with 800MHash/s the basic difficulty is quite fine.

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March 11, 2013, 10:38:51 AM
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Today I blocked few hundreds of IPs on Getwork pool running old, unmaintained miners even without long polling support. Their owners has been contacted by emails (without any response). If you're affected (=you can access website, but you miners cannot reach api.bitcoin.cz/api2.bitcoin.cz) and you want to fix your miners, install some newer miner and point it to stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333.

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March 11, 2013, 10:53:38 AM
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Slush,

I'm running 4 workers with hash rates between 400Mh/s and 800Mh/s totaling a little over 2Gh/s. That is 1800 diff1 shares/h or 30 shares/minute. (5-10 shares/minute per worker) (and yes they all run stratum)

Should difficulty increase significantly then shares/minute per worker will drop.

Will then exponential scoring system penalize me for not submitting shares very often?
At the very least my variance should go up.

Does it then make sense for me to "merge" these workers under a single user/pass? Should I use proxy?
Thx.
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March 11, 2013, 11:04:48 AM
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Should difficulty increase significantly then shares/minute per worker will drop.

I'm running 1.6 GHash/s on diff2 and I didn't noticed increased variance in block rewards. For your hashrate I recommend diff2, you'll be fine.

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At the very least my variance should go up.

Penalize - no. Increased variance - theoretically yes. But as far as the difficulty increase isn't aggressive, you won't notice it.

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Does it then make sense for me to "merge" these workers under a single user/pass? Should I use proxy?

You don't need to use single worker account, but using the proxy is always a good idea.

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March 12, 2013, 01:47:49 AM
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what's the matter :chain fork, stop mining on version 0.8 ?
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March 12, 2013, 02:43:47 AM
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Slush is working on the problem. Last word was to continue mining on slush's pool.

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March 12, 2013, 03:25:29 AM
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The problem is fixed now. Unfortunately we were pretty fortunate and some blocks will be orphaned because of this bitcoind issue :-(.

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March 12, 2013, 04:19:48 AM
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The problem is fixed now. Unfortunately we were pretty fortunate and some blocks will be orphaned because of this bitcoind issue :-(.

That Forking Sucks!


(but at least it appears to be fixed...)

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March 12, 2013, 05:36:13 AM
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Current round duration:   3:57:03

All systems normal or everything else taking a while to catch up  Huh

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March 12, 2013, 05:52:05 AM
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It's mining normally now, no need to worry.

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