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June 05, 2013, 09:42:14 AM
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It changed just now from this which is off in the first place:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    2070    0.00000875

to this:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    none    none

So I ended up with nothing at all.  How weird is that?
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June 05, 2013, 09:47:03 AM
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It changed just now from this:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    2070    0.00000875

to this:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    none    none

So I ended up with nothing at all.  How weird is that?

It's not that weird after you've been here for a while... slush will be forcing a recalc on these as we speak...

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June 05, 2013, 09:49:11 AM
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It changed just now from this:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    2070    0.00000875

to this:

18407    2013-06-05 08:28:04    1:35:51    16732032    none    none

So I ended up with nothing at all.  How weird is that?

It's not that weird after you've been here for a while... slush will be forcing a recalc on these as we speak...
Perhaps that explains it -- he's working on it.
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June 05, 2013, 10:00:58 AM
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Hmmm!?

18405    2013-06-05 06:48:52    0:30:54    5641099    none    none    239843    25.40456001    73 confirmations left
18404    2013-06-05 06:17:58    0:26:21    4624965    459    0.00241648    239839    25.29670000    69 confirmations left
18403    2013-06-05 05:51:37    1:46:43    18629176    1692    0.00250899    239836    25.11830000    66 confirmations left
18402    2013-06-05 04:04:54    1:04:57    11329058    1070    0.00216073    239819    25.49730001    49 confirmations left
18401    2013-06-05 02:59:57    1:03:01    10936765    973    0.00276002    239815    25.25656764    45 confirmations left
18400    2013-06-05 01:56:56    0:44:22    7774892    769    0.00251100    239807    25.09770000    37 confirmations left
18399    2013-06-05 01:12:34    0:02:17    402124    48    0.00279769    239802    25.05970004    32 confirmations left
18398    2013-06-05 01:10:17    1:07:28    11805497    1159    0.00185290    239801    25.09780000    31 confirmations left

It's been repaired... Carry on, nothing to see here  Smiley

18405    2013-06-05 06:48:52    0:30:54    5640431    572    0.00252475    239843    25.40456001    70 confirmations left
18404    2013-06-05 06:17:58    0:26:21    4624965    459    0.00241648    239839    25.29670000    66 confirmations left
18403    2013-06-05 05:51:37    1:46:43    18629176    1692    0.00250899    239836    25.11830000    63 confirmations left
18402    2013-06-05 04:04:54    1:04:57    11329058    1070    0.00216073    239819    25.49730001    46 confirmations left
18401    2013-06-05 02:59:57    1:03:01    10936765    973    0.00276002    239815    25.25656764    42 confirmations left
18400    2013-06-05 01:56:56    0:44:22    7774892    769    0.00251100    239807    25.09770000    34 confirmations left
18399    2013-06-05 01:12:34    0:02:17    402124    48    0.00279769    239802    25.05970004    29 confirmations left
18398    2013-06-05 01:10:17    1:07:28    11805497    1159    0.00185290    239801    25.09780000    28 confirmations left

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June 05, 2013, 10:53:04 AM
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Block reward 239843 is for me reparired!

My new reward is:
18405    2013-06-05 06:48:52    0:30:54    5640431    97    0.00042815
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June 05, 2013, 11:43:57 AM
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Is anyone else not receiving their payout?
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June 05, 2013, 11:45:42 AM
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I got my payout last night, but I didn't received the email.
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June 05, 2013, 11:51:39 AM
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I got my payout last night, but I didn't received the email.


same here, it did take almost a day to send as well, so im sure it will happen at some point.
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June 05, 2013, 12:03:52 PM
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I got my payout last night, but I didn't received the email.
Same here

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June 05, 2013, 12:11:55 PM
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I got my payout last night, but I didn't received the email.


same here, it did take almost a day to send as well, so im sure it will happen at some point.

Mine is overdue 3 days now.
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June 05, 2013, 01:10:41 PM
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Mine is overdue 3 days now.

Ok, problem solved. I had a pending change for my payout address but because email is not working I couldn't confirm it and this halted my payouts.
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June 05, 2013, 02:29:05 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
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June 05, 2013, 03:01:20 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And it will keep on rising. GPU miners will have to switch over to litecoin one day. I have switched two cards to litecoin right now.
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June 05, 2013, 03:01:37 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
Jp 28,4% increase... Best I can think of it that Butterfly labs are "testing" customers ASIC... Since I don't think that there was any big ASIC shipment...
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June 05, 2013, 03:05:03 PM
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Hello,

it looks that I can't receive emails from slush and that other people here are having the same problem.
In the last weeks I noticed this kind of email problems at many different sites.

Let me explain what had been the reason and what might be the reason here as well.

Many mailservers will reject an incoming mail transfer (SMTP session) when the host from which
the connection is initiated does not have a (correct) reverse mapping. A mailserver without reverse
mapping is assumed to be a SPAM site.

How to check is this is the problem with slush?

Someone with a more relaxed mail server (not caring about reverse mappings) should have a look
at the raw SMTP headers and search for a line

  Received: from [a.b.c.d] (helo=host.domain-name.xxx)

If this message is read by slush or anyone having access to the mailserver, you can also try to connect to
a service like http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip-hostname to get the (external) IP.

Then check (Unix syntax) if there is a reverse mapping for that IP:

$ host a.b.c.d

When you get an answer like
Host d.c.b.a.in-addr.arpa. not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)

this is the problem.

You should then approach whoever is in charge for this IP address to setup a reverse mapping.

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June 05, 2013, 03:10:09 PM
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Resetting my payout address doesnt seem to be working.  I am not receiving the confirmation email.

The account hasnt been used in over a year which may be causing complications?  Anything I can do to change the payout address?
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June 05, 2013, 03:23:08 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
Jp 28,4% increase... Best I can think of it that Butterfly labs are "testing" customers ASIC... Since I don't think that there was any big ASIC shipment...

Except all the USB erupters...

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June 05, 2013, 03:27:11 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

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June 05, 2013, 03:29:04 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
Jp 28,4% increase... Best I can think of it that Butterfly labs are "testing" customers ASIC... Since I don't think that there was any big ASIC shipment...

Except all the USB erupters...
There are only 300mh and they are not that many send out jet... To get that you would need 156.800 of them... No way... Or 4000 blades... Again no way...
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June 05, 2013, 03:29:06 PM
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Hello,

it looks that I can't receive emails from slush and that other people here are having the same problem.
In the last weeks I noticed this kind of email problems at many different sites.

Let me explain what had been the reason and what might be the reason here as well.

Many mailservers will reject an incoming mail transfer (SMTP session) when the host from which
the connection is initiated does not have a (correct) reverse mapping. A mailserver without reverse
mapping is assumed to be a SPAM site.

How to check is this is the problem with slush?

Someone with a more relaxed mail server (not caring about reverse mappings) should have a look
at the raw SMTP headers and search for a line

  Received: from [a.b.c.d] (helo=host.domain-name.xxx)

If this message is read by slush or anyone having access to the mailserver, you can also try to connect to
a service like http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip-hostname to get the (external) IP.

Then check (Unix syntax) if there is a reverse mapping for that IP:

$ host a.b.c.d

When you get an answer like
Host d.c.b.a.in-addr.arpa. not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)

this is the problem.

You should then approach whoever is in charge for this IP address to setup a reverse mapping.

Ralf




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<p>Hello nottm28,</p>

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