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May 21, 2013, 12:15:26 AM
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After a few days of looking over vast amounts of information i have discovered a solution to the "problems" in slush's pool........

we need more positive vibes.

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Relax and go with the flow, take the ups with the downs.

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May 21, 2013, 12:29:49 AM
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We are now the unhappy recipients of 4 invalid blocks in last 24 hrs Angry

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May 21, 2013, 12:34:25 AM
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18100
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We are now the unhappy recipients of 4 invalid blocks in last 24 hrs Angry

Nothing to see here.  Working as designed.  If there was a problem Slush would already be fixing it.  Rah! Rah! Rah!  Go Slush go! And so forth...
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May 21, 2013, 01:13:18 AM
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So the pool has some good luck but it's negated because of invalid blocks lol sucks
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May 21, 2013, 06:29:21 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) and that's despite the horrible luck to get 3 orphaned blocks in one day.

Come on luck - come to us...

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May 21, 2013, 06:34:23 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) and that's despite the horrible luck to get 3 orphaned blocks in one day.

Come on luck - come to us...
Yes but this is luck and it will not work in long run...
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May 21, 2013, 06:49:54 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) [ ... ]

No, similar payout per Mhps. More per block, but fewer blocks.

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May 21, 2013, 07:03:04 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) [ ... ]

No, similar payout per Mhps. More per block, but fewer blocks.

Hmmm how is that?
15-1 = 17-3 or someone changed the math laws while i sleep?
We have the same number of valid blocks for ~75% hashrate

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May 21, 2013, 07:11:54 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) [ ... ]

No, similar payout per Mhps. More per block, but fewer blocks.

Hmmm how is that?
15-1 = 17-3 or someone changed the math laws while i sleep?
We have the same number of valid blocks for ~75% hashrate

For each miner, the expected payout per share (excluding fees) is B/D, or 25 / current difficulty - irrespective of pool hashrate. Or did you mean something else?

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May 21, 2013, 07:15:20 AM
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For the 20th:
Bitminter: 15 blocks found, 1 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 12.5TH/s
Slush's : 17 blocks found, 3 orphaned (invalid), hashrate: 9.2TH/s

bottom line: the same number of blocks split among fewer people at Slush (better payout per MH) [ ... ]

No, similar payout per Mhps. More per block, but fewer blocks.

Hmmm how is that?
15-1 = 17-3 or someone changed the math laws while i sleep?
We have the same number of valid blocks for ~75% hashrate
You are not counting the luck in. If you would you get the same.
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May 21, 2013, 07:25:26 AM
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For each miner, the expected payout per share (excluding fees) is B/D, or 25 / current difficulty - irrespective of pool hashrate. Or did you mean something else?
And the actual payout depend on the actual (luck) number of blocks found if the pool is not PPS. What you say is perfectly valid for PPS, but Slush is not PPS.
For pool mining (and not PPS) it is blocks found for the day * the miner's part from the total pool hashrate.
What i mean is that with these numbers, each miner on Slush got more than if they were on Bitminter

EDIT: @Lucko "Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   89%, 87%, 98%" even with such a bad luck

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May 21, 2013, 07:49:39 AM
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For each miner, the expected payout per share (excluding fees) is B/D, or 25 / current difficulty - irrespective of pool hashrate. Or did you mean something else?
And the actual payout depend on the actual (luck) number of blocks found if the pool is not PPS. What you say is perfectly valid for PPS, but Slush is not PPS.
For pool mining (and not PPS) it is blocks found for the day * the miner's part from the total pool hashrate.
What i mean is that with these numbers, each miner on Slush got more than if they were on Bitminter

EDIT: @Lucko "Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   89%, 87%, 98%" even with such a bad luck

Sorry, I misunderstood. There's a misconception that a higher hashrate means that miners get paid less, and I thought you were referring to that.

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May 21, 2013, 08:08:13 AM
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For each miner, the expected payout per share (excluding fees) is B/D, or 25 / current difficulty - irrespective of pool hashrate. Or did you mean something else?
And the actual payout depend on the actual (luck) number of blocks found if the pool is not PPS. What you say is perfectly valid for PPS, but Slush is not PPS.
For pool mining (and not PPS) it is blocks found for the day * the miner's part from the total pool hashrate.
What i mean is that with these numbers, each miner on Slush got more than if they were on Bitminter

EDIT: @Lucko "Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   89%, 87%, 98%" even with such a bad luck
OK so what you are saying is that you get more when luck is good. I do agree. I got 2 times normal yesterday since pool had 200% luck. But I know that that will change and I'm not expecting that every day. So will the Bitminter luck changed. It was even 30% less then Slush and so on. With 100% luck you still get the same-fee - some small variations caused by scoring method... So I relay don't see your point. Yes Slush luck is better then Bitminter and that is it. Unless you are just saying that.

Yes with current figures 55% of nonSlush miners have better luck and 45% have less luck then Slush miners...
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May 21, 2013, 08:32:18 AM
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Hi I'm new on Slush and I've a question

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18126    2013-05-20 23:56:19    5:08:08    40008778    1131    0.00000000    237117    25.29529000    47 confirmations restantes
18125    2013-05-20 18:48:11    0:47:00    6167846    410    0.00158030    237091    25.16012000    21 confirmations restantes
18124    2013-05-20 18:01:11    0:20:19    2710128    175    0.00156909    237085    25.50114308    15 confirmations restantes
18123    2013-05-20 17:40:52    0:28:59    3830577    237    0.00176753    237083    25.68120000    13 confirmations restantes
18122    2013-05-20 17:11:53    0:14:28    1890571    121    0.00149906    237081    25.40650000    11 confirmations restantes
18121    2013-05-20 16:57:25    1:19:07    10246620    698    0.00182060    237079    25.32700022    9 confirmations restantes

It's normal to not get rewarded for 1131 shares ?

Sorry if is a dumb question I'm new with mining Smiley

Thanks in advance
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May 21, 2013, 08:43:43 AM
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Hi I'm new on Slush and I've a question

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18126    2013-05-20 23:56:19    5:08:08    40008778    1131    0.00000000    237117    25.29529000    47 confirmations restantes
18125    2013-05-20 18:48:11    0:47:00    6167846    410    0.00158030    237091    25.16012000    21 confirmations restantes
18124    2013-05-20 18:01:11    0:20:19    2710128    175    0.00156909    237085    25.50114308    15 confirmations restantes
18123    2013-05-20 17:40:52    0:28:59    3830577    237    0.00176753    237083    25.68120000    13 confirmations restantes
18122    2013-05-20 17:11:53    0:14:28    1890571    121    0.00149906    237081    25.40650000    11 confirmations restantes
18121    2013-05-20 16:57:25    1:19:07    10246620    698    0.00182060    237079    25.32700022    9 confirmations restantes

It's normal to not get rewarded for 1131 shares ?

Sorry if is a dumb question I'm new with mining Smiley

Thanks in advance
Yes it is. Look at scoring for Slush method. If you stop mining your score decay fast. From what I can see you stooped about 1 hours 30 minutes into last run. So there were more then 2 times that to the end and that means that your score was so low that you didn't get anything.
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May 21, 2013, 08:49:00 AM
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Yes, if you have stopped your miner before the block was found and your shares are at the beginning of the round.
This is by design - to discourage pool hoppers.

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May 21, 2013, 08:51:57 AM
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Our luck was pretty good yesterday by the way.

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May 21, 2013, 09:02:55 AM
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Our luck was pretty good yesterday by the way.
But almost neutralized by invalid blocks :-(
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May 21, 2013, 10:37:58 AM
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Guys, sorry to ask, but I can't seem to be able to set up namecoin merged mining with slush's pool for the life of me. I am a miner of many types of coins, but nmc doesn't seem to be activated for some reason.

This is what I did:

I have set the namecoin address to my BTC-e nmc deposit address, I have downloaded namecoind, i made the bitcoin.conf file (user and password can be anything right? i mean anything that is not slush's login and password for a worker...), everything in it is as it should be, NO server=1 so no solo mining.

It launches, the cursor blinks, but i don't get any shares. And btw, how do I set namecoinD to handle the btc-e address? I have a feeling somehow I should let the exe know that that is my address where it should accumulate NMC...

Any help please?

(Using stratum, 7 workers, i guess I should setup namecoind for ALL the workers ((every worker is a machine with 3 cards)), but I have yet to succeed in one's setup, that's why I ask for help...)

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May 21, 2013, 10:42:26 AM
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(Using stratum, 7 workers, i guess I should setup namecoind for ALL the workers ((every worker is a machine with 3 cards)), but I have yet to succeed in one's setup, that's why I ask for help...)

At Slush, NMC merge mining only supported on getwork, not stratum. So use getwork server if you want to merge mine.

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