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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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Will then exponential scoring system penalize me for not submitting shares very often?
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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[19:51] <@slush> please keep mining and don'ta change anything, it will be fixed soon
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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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March 12, 2013, 06:16:17 AM
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It's mining normally now, no need to worry.

Thanks for the response  Smiley

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March 12, 2013, 08:43:42 AM
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I am using BAMT and since yesterday about lunch time it stopped working and now after a restart still no connection to your pool? I have configured api2  so what can i do?
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March 12, 2013, 01:01:13 PM
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The blocks marked as "invalid", will be recovered, or keep "orphaned" forever? We can´t get the BTC obtaneided with them?

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March 12, 2013, 03:29:23 PM
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The blocks marked as "invalid", will be recovered, or keep "orphaned" forever? We can´t get the BTC obtaneided with them?

These blocks will be unfortunately orphaned forever.

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March 12, 2013, 05:51:46 PM
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sending an email to getwork users with announcing setting fee to 10%
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banning miners without longpoll support are to different things

sure i don't care, mining on multiple pools is a nice thing

also you are the only pool where i have longpoll problems i didn't even notice

trying stratum on stratum.bitcoin.cz works better than on api.bitcoin.cz Cheesy

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March 12, 2013, 06:42:45 PM
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shad, the longpolling is working nicely, unfortunately old miners are crap software. It doesn't reconnect well, flood the connection or so. That's the reason why I'm pushing people to use Stratum, because it doesn't have most of these problems, plus it is much more optimized. I'm sorry if I banned you and you're regular user; most of banned users were just people who installed some crap software years ago and they don't care about it anymore.

And as you see, stratum is working much better ;-).

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March 13, 2013, 03:18:37 PM
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Hi! Could you explain please how my reward calculated in this case:

# 16857   
Block found at 2013-03-12 23:24:01   
Duration 0:43:09   
Total shares 2457187   
Your shares 3009   
Your BTC reward 0.03391125   
Block # 225560   
Block value 32.63364617
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March 13, 2013, 03:34:33 PM
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stormos: technically it is "Your score / total score * block value * 0.98" (fee)
but score is more like a virtual value and it's not displayed on the table, because it would be mess. So approximate calculation is your shares / total shares * block value.

For your situation it is "3009/2457187. * 32.6 * 0.98 = 0.03912", which fits your block reward with some variance given by score method.

You can read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg50002#msg50002 to understand the score method better and why there's some variance.

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March 13, 2013, 05:28:15 PM
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my miner says its sending valid share
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2013-03-13 18:26:38.286   [350]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Found share: slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000eb50701 00cfeb09e7f9aa64f766b4cde8fd7a2660df9d0578a4a4b37223dbff15140b69e1a03d74b:6063807e
2013-03-13 18:26:43.131   [350]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA0:    Found share: slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000cfcc38d 4952e594d59fec39db621def2ee438f814ad88e51eeb46f41f01ac3f75140b6a61a03d74b:9936b45f
2013-03-13 18:26:44.136   [400]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Mining slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000e286425 1d96579937d4fb39645d767ecee42ef1f2f2769eff167ae21f3e6459f5140b6b01a03d74b
2013-03-13 18:26:47.716   [350]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Found share: slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000e286425 1d96579937d4fb39645d767ecee42ef1f2f2769eff167ae21f3e6459f5140b6b01a03d74b:63863d22
2013-03-13 18:27:01.614   [400]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Mining slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000d924a43 1a64001d9c396efbffba63830c6ce7887c9996f375e74f1ec61770f9a5140b6c11a03d74b
2013-03-13 18:27:10.098   [350]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Found share: slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000d924a43 1a64001d9c396efbffba63830c6ce7887c9996f375e74f1ec61770f9a5140b6c11a03d74b:921f865a
2013-03-13 18:27:11.761   [350]   X6500 board AH00WIX5 FPGA1:    Found share: slush Stratum:00000002a994272b2941b303babc2c58ba42b3c2e01537c9d6c99a1e000002b200000000d924a43 1a64001d9c396efbffba63830c6ce7887c9996f375e74f1ec61770f9a5140b6c11a03d74b:a2d2b36e

but statistics on the pool page says i havn't send valid shares since some blocks

pool problem or my problem?

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