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April 26, 2013, 04:16:53 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?
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April 26, 2013, 04:23:51 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.

And, must considerate that an major corporation have a big crew an resources to solve the trouble and Slush is working alone
I agree!
Slush thanks for your hard work and dedication! It is really appreciated!
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April 26, 2013, 04:28:32 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.

I just finished an 18-part video tutorial on Amazon AWS -- makes me appreciate what slush did to move everything from OVH to EC2 and get things running again in such a short time.  He could do consulting!
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April 26, 2013, 04:42:53 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?
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April 26, 2013, 04:52:10 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?

To better explain, that average hashrate at the top is an average of all workers over the last 10 rounds.  So if you went down for any period of time during the last 10 rounds your average will be affected.

You will see it climb back up to normal as new blocks are found. At least as long as you continue mining at the same rate...

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April 26, 2013, 05:01:45 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?

To better explain, that average hashrate at the top is an average of all workers over the last 10 rounds.  So if you went down for any period of time during the last 10 rounds your average will be affected.

You will see it climb back up to normal as new blocks are found. At least as long as you continue mining at the same rate...

Thanks  Wink  , I will wait more time to see if change
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April 26, 2013, 05:06:27 PM
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How can i TIP Slush for being a PIMP?

I am poor, but i do work for Coin Smiley
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April 26, 2013, 05:12:45 PM
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How can i TIP Slush for being a PIMP?

He's got his first bits on his sig, but I can't convert them into a full address.  I've pm'ed him for his donation address.  When he gets back to me I can pass it along.

I will be making a donation, probably around .15 btc, not much I know, but it's at least 15% of what I own right now...lol

And I would recommend others do the same!!! Anyone who has had questions answered, anyone who mined throughout the entire website outage, etc.  SLUSH HAS BUSTED HIS BUT FOR ALL OF US.  As far as I'm concerned that's the best way for us to return the favor and help him out.

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April 26, 2013, 05:31:14 PM
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And I would recommend others do the same!!! Anyone who has had questions answered, anyone who mined throughout the entire website outage, etc.  SLUSH HAS BUSTED HIS BUT FOR ALL OF US.  As far as I'm concerned that's the best way for us to return the favor and help him out.

In alot of ways you are right! And I have a huge amount of respect for the guy!
But this is also I expect a job for him.
Ignoring the GetWork users and presuming everyone pays 2% thats $1000 dollars a day. And its 365 days a year.
Even if the server fees are half that he's still doing alright for himself! Invest the money in a new miner then you and him benefit!

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And I would recommend others do the same!!! Anyone who has had questions answered, anyone who mined throughout the entire website outage, etc.  SLUSH HAS BUSTED HIS BUT FOR ALL OF US.  As far as I'm concerned that's the best way for us to return the favor and help him out.

In alot of ways you are right! And I have a huge amount of respect for the guy!
But this is also I expect a job for him.
Ignoring the GetWork users and presuming everyone pays 2% thats $1000 dollars a day. And its 365 days a year.

Why don't you ask him how my btc he lost in the hack?  That he covered out of his own pocket?

What about the other times in the past he's done the same thing?

And what do you think his operating costs are?  Especially now that he's at Amazon?  What about his time?

Respect.

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April 26, 2013, 05:44:04 PM
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Why don't you ask him how my btc he lost in the hack?  That he covered out of his own pocket?

What about the other times in the past he's done the same thing?

And what do you think his operating costs are?  Especially now that he's at Amazon?  What about his time?

Respect.

Don't get me wrong, The guy has been a rock! And deserves huge respect!
And it really wouldn't surprise me if his server costs are hundreds of dollars a day!

I was just trying to point out the guy is being compensated for it though!
But in his situation I don't think the money is really the issue any more. Its far more about being at the top! And the technical challenge!

You often find things are boring when they are going well! And the times when you spend 20 hours working solid are the most rewarding. To the average user here 15% of their earnings mean far more to them than I expect it would to him!

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April 26, 2013, 06:05:14 PM
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Don't get me wrong, The guy has been a rock! And deserves huge respect!
And it really wouldn't surprise me if his server costs are hundreds of dollars a day!

I was just trying to point out the guy is being compensated for it though!
But in his situation I don't think the money is really the issue any more. Its far more about being at the top! And the technical challenge!

You often find things are boring when they are going well! And the times when you spend 20 hours working solid are the most rewarding. To the average user here 15% of their earnings mean far more to them than I expect it would to him!

Yeah, running this pool is his business, right?  He is being compensated.

But how about you?  In your job, have you ever put out way more than your customers (or your boss) expected?  Did you get a little something extra in your pay, or a good tip, for the effort, or did you just get a "Thanks, great effort -- now get back to work" for your reward?  Which situation would motivate you more?

No one will force you to leave a tip on the table, but take a surf through the forums and compare slush with the peeps running 50BTC and BTC Guild.  They are much better compensated at 3%-5% in fees, but my non-scientific assessment is that they give poorer service.
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April 26, 2013, 06:07:58 PM
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He's got his first bits on his sig, but I can't convert them into a full address.  I've pm'ed him for his donation address.  When he gets back to me I can pass it along.

If you had followed the info provided, you could easily convert it. I am not sure if it is OK to do that, so i will not post it, but as a hint it ends with 'BGBB'

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April 26, 2013, 06:16:56 PM
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5120-01-518-6126: Mining is optional, but Slush's pool pays off best of all pools I've ever mined for. Not to mention the dedication and great attitude of it's owner.

I like to think of a mining pool as a cooperative, a win-win thing. That also means we all share the bad days.
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April 26, 2013, 06:21:51 PM
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Something happened with the pool between 17701 and 17702 which was unfortunately at the end of a block.  I know it was the pool it was current shares CDF stuck for about 5 minutes.

17701 2013-04-26 18:00:37 1:07:06 8627099 1291 0.00000001 none 233280  25.50062000 97 confirmations left  

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17700 2013-04-26 16:53:31 0:57:48 6601137 977 0.00378239 none 233274  25.09570000 90 confirmations left  

No big deal on 17702 as interuptions at the beginning of a block don't effect payouts much.

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April 26, 2013, 06:25:16 PM
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And... lets wait for the shitstorm over block 17701

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April 26, 2013, 06:27:15 PM
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I think Slush mentioned earlier that it takes some time for all the calculations to finish.. I see the same as you so, but 17702 has been found as well, so I'll give it some time (and i'll try not to press F5 every 2 seconds, because that doesn't help ;-))

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April 26, 2013, 06:29:01 PM
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I am finally out of the noobjail ... hip hip

I was lurking on the forum for a while, without any registration, but i have registered to congratulate Slish for the great work done in (not the first one) situation like this. Well done Slush and respect!
Yes, it's his business, but the reaction in critical situations makes the difference between A and B ... A hides (and denies) the brakein until it's too late, while B is clear and do it's best to minimize impact - i'll trust B more than A, because he gives me more info and chance to protect myself too.

As a side note, the hosting except being (hopefully) more secure is much better with regards to delay/routing accessibility - i am using load balancing between several pools and was mining with 80-120MH/s before, but it's stable at 145MH/s now

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April 26, 2013, 06:32:11 PM
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Ditto on finally being out of the n00b jail... Grin
And ditto the sentiments...

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April 26, 2013, 06:47:33 PM
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Not trying to start a "shitstorm" here, but what did happen with block 17701 ?  I have 160+ hashes and zero BTC, and blocks 17702 and 17703 above it have already filled in and have amounts....

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Now it shows  none and none.  Was the block stale or invalid?

We don't know yet. We have to wait for Slush, and he's probably in a sleep-deprivation coma.
I'm sure he'll let us know when he addresses the issue.

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