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May 06, 2013, 06:30:55 PM
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For 2G miner Diff 2 is suggested, but as you have 2 miners/workers (especially if on different locations) and close to the minimum (of 2G), then Diff 1 may be in fact better.
After a few hours (or a full round) of mining pay attention to the top line of CGMiner:
'... | A:XXX  R:YY  HW:0  U:Z.Z/m'
XXX - the number of shares submitted = should match the number of shares registered from the pool (1)
Z.Z/m - average shares per minute = should match you 'Total:' shares when multiplied to the number of minutes shown (1)

(1) -  if you haven't mined for another one, because of connection problems.

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May 06, 2013, 07:00:30 PM
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For 2G miner Diff 2 is suggested, but as you have 2 miners/workers (especially if on different locations) and close to the minimum (of 2G), then Diff 1 may be in fact better.
After a few hours (or a full round) of mining pay attention to the top line of CGMiner:
'... | A:XXX  R:YY  HW:0  U:Z.Z/m'
XXX - the number of shares submitted = should match the number of shares registered from the pool (1)
Z.Z/m - average shares per minute = should match you 'Total:' shares when multiplied to the number of minutes shown (1)

(1) -  if you haven't mined for another one, because of connection problems.

Thanks but you are not talking to someone who has no clue what cgminer is. I have logs so I can do more then that. I can look into them and see what was going on. And when I see shares missing with no connection problems(we are not talking right now it as some time ago) that means that something was off and I was not the only one seeing that. So I relay do see what you would like to tell me unless you haven't read all posts.
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May 06, 2013, 07:14:45 PM
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I did read all your posts, but it seems we can't understand each other (sorry not a native English speaker, so it's probably my wording the reason).

What i am trying to say is: there is no problem, but only a delay (sometimes considerable) in calculating your shares. Then i have pointed several observations (and methods that can be used) in proving that.

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May 06, 2013, 07:20:34 PM
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I did read all your posts, but it seems we can't understand each other (sorry not a native English speaker, so it's probably my wording the reason).

What i am trying to say is: there is no problem, but only a delay (sometimes considerable) in calculating your shares. Then i have pointed several observations (and methods that can be used) in proving that.
So you are saying the delay is still in effect when block is confirmed? No way... You haven't read all or you have real problems with understanding English. Or you are trolling me.
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May 06, 2013, 07:36:04 PM
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Then it means it could take 70+.
I doubt they get into the next block, because that would brake the score calculation - they enter the database later, but in the exact place and when submitted are triggering recalculation, which explains the jumps up and down for the last few rounds (and unconfirmed rewards), but will never happen for the 'confirmed' ones.

Exactly the opposite ('confirmed' is after 100 blocks), but let's stop here. There's no point in arguing.

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May 06, 2013, 07:42:12 PM
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Then it means it could take 70+.
I doubt they get into the next block, because that would brake the score calculation - they enter the database later, but in the exact place and when submitted are triggering recalculation, which explains the jumps up and down for the last few rounds (and unconfirmed rewards), but will never happen for the 'confirmed' ones.

Exactly the opposite ('confirmed' is after 100 blocks), but let's stop here. There's no point in arguing.
OK so we agree on everything. So there was a problem. Block confirmed and missing shares according to log.
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May 06, 2013, 09:57:09 PM
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Then it means it could take 70+.
I doubt they get into the next block, because that would brake the score calculation - they enter the database later, but in the exact place and when submitted are triggering recalculation, which explains the jumps up and down for the last few rounds (and unconfirmed rewards), but will never happen for the 'confirmed' ones.

Exactly the opposite ('confirmed' is after 100 blocks), but let's stop here. There's no point in arguing.
OK so we agree on everything. So there was a problem. Block confirmed and missing shares according to log.

Personally, I use the U: field in cgminer to calculate my approx submitted shares. It's in submitted/min rate.
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May 06, 2013, 10:23:54 PM
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Personally, I use the U: field in cgminer to calculate my approx submitted shares. It's in submitted/min rate.
Agree for a quick test that works for a long block. But to be sure or for short block you need to look at logs.
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May 06, 2013, 11:34:18 PM
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Payout history Time Zone

What is the timezone for the payout history? I have one tagged for May 07 but we're still May 6 in UTC.
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May 07, 2013, 12:18:38 AM
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How long does it take for the Worker Stats to update under My Profile?

Edit: Ok just got Proof of Work on my Miner software and the Stats updated automatically.

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May 07, 2013, 12:42:06 AM
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How long does it take for the Worker Stats to update under My Profile?

Instantly. As soon as your worker says "work submitted" you should see the counters on your profile page update as well.

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May 07, 2013, 12:49:53 AM
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Correct the date on the charts https://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/graphs/ , date 1 day behind.
 Today 7.5.2013 , the last date on the chart 5.5.2013.
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May 07, 2013, 01:07:41 AM
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Slush, would you be able to add time zone selection in the account settings? and possible 12hr 24 hr selector to.

id like to see block finds in my time zone

Thanks a bunch if you do

if not thanks anyways love the pool.

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May 07, 2013, 01:34:18 AM
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Slush, would you be able to add time zone selection in the account settings? and possible 12hr 24 hr selector to.

id like to see block finds in my time zone

Thanks a bunch if you do

if not thanks anyways love the pool.

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If time allows of course.  Thanks for the pool Slush.

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May 07, 2013, 02:59:42 AM
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I came back to Slush after a 1.5 year hiatus. Is merged mining enabled on Stratum? I assumed it wasn't since I wasn't getting any NMC but on block 234890 I received a little NMC.  Any ideas as to why?  Is one of the Stratum servers doing NMC mining as well?

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May 07, 2013, 03:11:08 AM
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Is there any chance that support for merged mining (e.g. NMC) over stratum will be added at any point in the future? It's a feature that the BitMinter pool has and I would like to see added to this one since getwork has been deprecated.

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May 07, 2013, 05:15:02 AM
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NMC is getwork only. But you get them if you have NMC wallet entered. There were pitches, repitches to Slush(over 10 in last days) to get merged mining on stratum for nmc or nmc, dvcm, ixc. But Slush thinks that they are dead or not innovative enough. Now is hard to argue that NMC doesn't have a problem and others are hard to sell and brings something new but as long as you can sell them and get 10% extra I don't agree they are dead.

I have earned "a lot" by just playing with NMC on e-BTC...
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May 07, 2013, 02:40:42 PM
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I miss the nmc as well.  I have thought about switching to bitminter because of the nmc support.

Please bring back nmc
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May 07, 2013, 02:58:13 PM
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I miss the nmc as well.  I have thought about switching to bitminter because of the nmc support.

Please bring back nmc

I switch a lot of miners to BTCmint, due 1%fee, even in getwork, Getwork support vía 80 port and the plus of NMC (As I say before, a strict proxy limits this miners to run on HTTP and 80 port)

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May 07, 2013, 04:30:40 PM
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simple question
threshold 0.1, mean that i need to reach 0.1 bitcoin, to get my reward?
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