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April 17, 2013, 04:34:50 PM
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yo Slush,

I'm using cgminer 2.11.3, using stratum.bitcoin.cz, but my stats page on the pool site is giving me a huge red box deprecation warning Huh  is everyone seeing this or ?  I am not using getwork...

If you use Getwork in a round, even when in the middle of it you swap to stratum, the red box still there until the round ends. And now we are in a long long round

EDIT: Misspell corrected

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April 17, 2013, 04:50:34 PM
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yo Slush,

I'm using cgminer 2.11.3, using stratum.bitcoin.cz, but my stats page on the pool site is giving me a huge red box deprecation warning Huh  is everyone seeing this or ?  I am not using getwork...

Yeah i get the same thing, both of my miners are using cgminer 2.11.2, one says i'm using stratum the other says its not.

Is there a setting in cgminer that may be making one of them use getwork?
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April 17, 2013, 05:13:59 PM
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Guys, just chill. It isn't easy to fix/stop something like this, and I'm sure Slush is working as hard as he can on it while dealing with his own life.

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April 17, 2013, 05:17:37 PM
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My son moved his web site to another provider and he had trouble fixing it for days. Slushy is an old hand at this so I hope it doesn't take as long as that. Still there is a lot of hard work to move things over. I don't envy him. Good luck Slushy Smiley
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April 17, 2013, 05:18:47 PM
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Anybody knows how to configure mining proxy (winver) to use with getwork?

I have a lot of cpu* getwork miners runing in a corporate intranet, and connect to my mining prox outside listen in 80port (due restrictions of corporate proxy cant connect to non HTTP ports), and my minprox is stratum to pool. Can´t connect direct miners to getwork pool due nature of ports involved.

*Yes, I know that CPU mining is "not reliable", but with a lot of machines, and not paying for power, I get some uBTCs every day

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April 17, 2013, 05:20:58 PM
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As an asside from the DDOS and the issues i have in canada connecting, looks like just over the border from me is at least one hop not properly responding

Every once in a while prior to the DDos i would get alot of errors related to the Stratum connection that was simple to resolve by restarting the proxy, currently tho I am getting the following error

2013-04-17 10:18:35,296 ERROR proxy client_service.on_timeout # Connection to up
stream pool timed out

Hopefully people remember tracert

Tracing route to stratum.bitcoin.cz [94.23.174.94]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

  1    31 ms    11 ms    14 ms  [snip]
  2    21 ms    58 ms    49 ms  [snip]
  3     9 ms    12 ms    11 ms  64.59.163.211
  4    16 ms    15 ms    16 ms  66.163.77.58
  5     *        *        *     Request timed out.
  6    70 ms    68 ms     *     snj-2-6k.ca.us [178.32.135.162]
  7    70 ms    71 ms    67 ms  snj-1-6k.ca.us [178.32.135.148]
  8    73 ms     *        *     chi-1-6k.il.us [178.32.135.192]
  9    88 ms    87 ms    88 ms  198.27.73.175
 10     *        *        *     Request timed out.
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yes, edited the first 2 ip addresses to prevent issues....
Point being there may be other issues stopping me from mining today  Cry

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April 17, 2013, 05:22:07 PM
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Anybody knows how to configure mining proxy (winver) to use with getwork?

I have a lot of cpu* getwork miners runing in a corporate intranet, and connect to my mining prox outside listen in 80port (due restrictions of corporate proxy cant connect to non HTTP ports), and my minprox is stratum to pool. Can´t connect direct miners to getwork pool due nature of ports involved.

*Yes, I know that CPU mining is "not reliable", but with a lot of machines, and not paying for power, I get some uBTCs every day

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April 17, 2013, 05:24:35 PM
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Anybody knows how to configure mining proxy (winver) to use with getwork?

I have a lot of cpu* getwork miners runing in a corporate intranet, and connect to my mining prox outside listen in 80port (due restrictions of corporate proxy cant connect to non HTTP ports), and my minprox is stratum to pool. Can´t connect direct miners to getwork pool due nature of ports involved.

*Yes, I know that CPU mining is "not reliable", but with a lot of machines, and not paying for power, I get some uBTCs every day

And stealing electicity and computing power from your employer.  For micro bitcoins get them free here
www.dailybitcoins.org
http://www.bitvisitor.com/?ref=1DFw1VncjVhqdg6GWoQ6Qtc5ncR5RHXxfP
or tons of other ones.
The computer power is a concept that can´t be stealead, due is not a thing, and power is relative, because computers are always on

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April 17, 2013, 05:41:24 PM
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I just found my 3 gpu have been running full power for nothing for 3 hours 30. Sad
no share but heat produced so electricity used...
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April 17, 2013, 05:43:38 PM
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This might be an ignorant or obvious observation, but...

Didn't Slush have some kind of whitelist system, whereby "proven" IPs were allowed access, but others were not?

Maybe, in the future, Slush will have to be for those with static IP addresses only?

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April 17, 2013, 05:47:08 PM
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You miss the point of DDoS. Even if you black list an IP. You will still receive the packet but ignore them. It take processing time and the bandwidth is still taken.
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April 17, 2013, 05:54:13 PM
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You miss the point of DDoS. Even if you black list an IP. You will still receive the packet but ignore them. It take processing time and the bandwidth is still taken.

And routers and other network infraestruture must to process the packets, and took they time, bandwith, even when will be discarded in next hop

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April 17, 2013, 05:57:12 PM
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I just found my 3 gpu have been running full power for nothing for 3 hours 30. Sad
no share but heat produced so electricity used...

Correct me if I', wrong but yes your 3gpu's were running using power, however since they are basically at idle, much less power is wasted than at full bore.  Not enough to worry about at least.
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April 17, 2013, 06:00:25 PM
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I just found my 3 gpu have been running full power for nothing for 3 hours 30. Sad
no share but heat produced so electricity used...

Correct me if I', wrong but yes your 3gpu's were running using power, however since they are basically at idle, much less power is wasted than at full bore.  Not enough to worry about at least.
I would not have said anything if they were idle.
That's what I do not understand ... 95 degres Celcius for my 6990 is definitely NOT idle ^^
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April 17, 2013, 06:05:41 PM
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Slush, any estimate on when you can have a new address for us?

Hardly anyone speaks English on this forum.
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April 17, 2013, 06:14:35 PM
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moving away from OVH is a good thing I suppose... seems they just been failing and failing, I really hate to see my favorite pool under attack Sad  I hope slush can get things sorted out ASAP and hopefully with some better service this time... , the first bitcoin mining pool... very reliable, just not during the recent ddos attacks/failures Sad  Cry   I don't want to move to another pool... 
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April 17, 2013, 06:23:52 PM
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You miss the point of DDoS. Even if you black list an IP. You will still receive the packet but ignore them. It take processing time and the bandwidth is still taken.

And routers and other network infraestruture must to process the packets, and took they time, bandwith, even when will be discarded in next hop

How about a public address that first timers connect to, then once you've proven yourself with x number of shares over y days (years?) you get an e-mail with one of many different (maybe 10) IPs of a private pool. Clients put that in their hosts file. Keep a record of who gets what IP. If the attacker does the work and gets a private pool IP, then DDOS's it, you've narrowed it down to 1/10 of your client base as possible scumbags, and they can only DDOS 1/10th of your client base. Give them all one of the other 9 private pool IPs. When that one gets ddos'd, you now have the attacker narrowed down to 1/90th of your client base, and only affecting 1/90th of users. Repeat. 1/720th. Eventually they get tired.


Not sure how feasible it would be to have a datacenter set up this way.
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April 17, 2013, 06:25:55 PM
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He had something similar to this for trusted users, but he said OVH black holed those ips and the one getting attacked all at once.

edit: PS  Good luck Slush, hope the move goes ok and  Angry to botnetworks
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April 17, 2013, 06:54:41 PM
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bah, second day I can't connect. Is he really getting DDoS'd this bad? Someone mentioning he's switching servers? Hope that goes smoothly and hastily. My dedicated miner is sitting crying for shares.  Cry
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April 17, 2013, 07:15:18 PM
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Remember to take some breaks, Slush. Health always comes first.  Smiley

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