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April 28, 2013, 04:37:43 PM
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The Stats page shows that I have 0 shares in the last two rounds. Block 17736 was a fast one (1:10) so I figured it was just bad luck, but block 17737 took over two hours...

GUIMiner shows no errors for that period and states that I have 489 accepted shares in the last hour. Since I have 33 shares in the current round according to My account, the server seems to be accepting them.
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April 28, 2013, 04:49:17 PM
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Just for the information, I also have problem with reseting my password (no email arrived). It is no big issue though and definitely not a priority. (There is nothing valuable in my account and I do not use this password anywhere else.)


i reset the password with no problems at all 2 days ago,that's strange....

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April 28, 2013, 05:17:40 PM
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I got the same issue on those particular blocks.

Blocks 17736-17737 seem to be off on shares/payout.   I am not worried about it, just thought I would mention it as a problem as well.

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April 28, 2013, 05:18:03 PM
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I have a question that I can figure out.

Current shares CDF:   89.01 %

So If we have 100% luck would that mean that we would find a block at 50%? So about 1 hour at current hashrate? And about 24 blocks per day?

It dosen't look that way to me. Curently we have 110% luck and in last 24 hours we fond only 20 blocks and I would look at 26 if that was the case... Can someone help me figure this one out. What is a CDF % for 100% luck?

Or is there a case that there isn't one and 100% luck can mean diffident things?

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I am not quite sure, but i think 100% luck is 63% CDF or else if the pool finds a block after exactly difficulty (as number) shares:

Luck for the day = number of shares for the last 24h / number of blocks / difficulty * 100

Thanks that helped... If anyone else is interested.

We should be finding about 18,7168 blocks per day one every 1 hour 17 minutes and CDF is relay just a bit over 63%...
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April 28, 2013, 06:08:48 PM
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Anybody else notice the Graphs page hasn't updated in two days?

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April 28, 2013, 07:00:12 PM
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Just for the information, I also have problem with reseting my password (no email arrived). It is no big issue though and definitely not a priority. (There is nothing valuable in my account and I do not use this password anywhere else.)


i reset the password with no problems at all 2 days ago,that's strange....

FWIW, I also have not been able to reset my password.  Have tried more than once, fearing I had mistyped the email address the first time.

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April 28, 2013, 07:37:29 PM
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Blocks 17736-17737 is missing on my payment as well.

Did I do or write anything good?
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April 28, 2013, 10:57:22 PM
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I do have issues in last 3 blocks. What happened? Miners are up and running and this is what I got.





17737 appeared strange to me too,  17736 I got 5 shares in and a decent reward for a couple minute round.
but I agree 17737 looked strange to me too.  I got zip for that too.  Granddaughter was over at the time and may have messed up one of my miners,
but I thought I'd get something for that block.
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April 29, 2013, 01:16:24 AM
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Can anyone confirm how the passwords of the database were protected? I'm assuming hash'd + salted right?
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April 29, 2013, 01:36:41 AM
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Can anyone confirm how the passwords of the database were protected? I'm assuming hash'd + salted right?

It looks that also user database has been compromised. Although passwords are stored in SHA1 with salt, I strongly recommend to change your password on the pool immediately.

It's an old quote, but still correct I believe.

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April 29, 2013, 02:48:13 AM
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Can anyone confirm how the passwords of the database were protected? I'm assuming hash'd + salted right?

It looks that also user database has been compromised. Although passwords are stored in SHA1 with salt, I strongly recommend to change your password on the pool immediately.

It's an old quote, but still correct I believe.

K.

No problem, thanks.

Horrible hash but at least they were hashed in the first place.

I tried looking back a few pages but I didn't know when it had occurred so I couldn't see. Thanks!
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April 29, 2013, 02:59:59 AM
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Correct, please!
I want to see yesterday, on the graph.
Previously, and it was.
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April 29, 2013, 03:03:50 AM
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Great work as usual slush. One question, what happened to NMC?
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April 29, 2013, 03:18:39 AM
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Great work as usual slush. One question, what happened to NMC?

They're not compatible with stratum protocol, so have pretty much been dropped, as hardly anyone still uses getwork.

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April 29, 2013, 03:32:39 AM
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can someone help me how to set up NMC mining in slush pool?
i followed this http://dot-bit.org/InstallAndConfigureNamecoin until the end, and its still currently building the blockchain, but so far i havent found any micro NMC yet =(
note: im running 2x7950.

do i have to wait untill all the NMC blockchain has been downloaded? what do i do wrong?

thankyou.

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April 29, 2013, 03:43:33 AM
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Great work as usual slush. One question, what happened to NMC?
They're not compatible with stratum protocol, so have pretty much been dropped, as hardly anyone still uses getwork.
That's one thing I never quite understood: the rapid migration to stratum. I understand that with increasing hashrates and the desire to reduce network traffic, clearly the 'diff 1' getwork protocol was unsuitable. But using the more mature getwork (LP) with vardiff has, in my experience to date, been more stable (in terms of cgminer/bfgminer crashes) than using stratum. Just today I've had 2 mining software crashes running stratum, while 2 other instances on getwork/vardiff are still running without issue. I like the reduced stales on stratum, but if I have to continually monitor and restart my mining software when it crashes I'm losing more shares than any benefit the reduced stales can have.

Regarding NMC on slush: only the getwork clients are merge-mining NMC (current that's only a few % of the total pool); stratum clients (the vast majority) are not. But NMC rewards are distributed to everyone with an NMC wallet defined. This is why the NMC payout are so small.

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April 29, 2013, 05:15:14 AM
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Great work as usual slush. One question, what happened to NMC?

They're not compatible with stratum protocol, so have pretty much been dropped, as hardly anyone still uses getwork.

K.

k, thanks.



If NMC gets officially dropped by slush for whatever reason, can you lower the NMC transaction minimums then so we can cash out?
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April 29, 2013, 07:05:04 AM
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Great work as usual slush. One question, what happened to NMC?

They're not compatible with stratum protocol, so have pretty much been dropped, as hardly anyone still uses getwork.

K.
Then how do Bitminter and Bitparking do it? Both mine NMC (and some others in Bitparkings' case) on stratum.

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April 29, 2013, 08:39:21 AM
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I do have issues in last 3 blocks. What happened? Miners are up and running and this is what I got.





17737 appeared strange to me too,  17736 I got 5 shares in and a decent reward for a couple minute round.
but I agree 17737 looked strange to me too.  I got zip for that too.  Granddaughter was over at the time and may have messed up one of my miners,
but I thought I'd get something for that block.


17736 was such a short round, the shares for this this one are OK.

17737 and 17719 are incorrect and need recalculating I think - how does it happen that a block can be mis-calculated and do we have to keep monitoring for this?

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April 29, 2013, 09:12:16 AM
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Both of those blocks have now been fully confirmed and the Shares/Reward has still remained unchanged.

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