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Author Topic: [2+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4323859 times)
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June 21, 2013, 11:14:56 AM
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yeah, wou are right, i guess.
it would not work because
a) you know for sure when a round starts, but cant know when it will end
b) even though just contributing shares in the second half of a round will get you paid more per share then staying during the complete round, it still gives less than contributing to a shorter round
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June 21, 2013, 12:33:19 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

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June 21, 2013, 12:34:31 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.
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June 21, 2013, 01:15:41 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

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June 21, 2013, 01:25:30 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.

When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.

What does it mean?

cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

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June 21, 2013, 02:17:35 PM
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18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.

Yeah, I tripped my circuit breaker  Cry

what equipment do u get 0.00313452 ?

.003 is probably around 2gh/s-2.5gh/s  I am just guessing assuming this was with 16th/s not 18th/s on the pool! haha...
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June 21, 2013, 02:22:40 PM
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.....Aaand this topic should be called [16000 GH/s] Slush's Pool (mining.bitcoin.cz); TX FEES + UserDiff; ASIC tested  Wink

the topic was changed to 12,000 so  am sure it will go to 16k sooner or later haha...

gotta love the post count anti OMG scammer count negater. 20+ posts and still 42. I will never get to 55 so I can collect BTC! Sad


Yes, but you have to keep on 55th post for a week to be eligible for getting block solved! This is my 8 pseudonim, the other 7 are getting blocks..... Grin

is that how it increases by average posts over a week? I tried to read their explanation but zoned out cuz the reason for implementing it was just nutso...
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 Pool now at 18,900Gh/s loving my new card being negated! Running out of places to install new cards!
I am trying to decide if after GPU's are totally shot if I should swap my Nvidia 650 for one of these 7870xt's but I so hate AMD/ATI....
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June 21, 2013, 02:50:55 PM
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I have a question regarding cgminer and Slush pool.
When cgminer shows a new block, Slush sometimes also starts a new block, but many times Slush doesn't.
What does it mean?
cgminer detects blocks being solve from other pools and solo miners as well.

Thank you very much for your fast reply.

So the block I am seeing on cgminer is not really the block I am working on?
Not logical to me  Huh

When cgminer shows a new block, slush does, too.
Look at the stats page under current bitcoin block.

It does not start a new round, though, because one round on the pool equals one block found by the pool.
So of a new block is found by someone else, you (and the whole pool) starts working on another block, but in the same pool round, until the pool finds a block and starts a new round.
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June 21, 2013, 03:50:11 PM
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it's Friday, let the bitcoin short sells begin! [/sarcasm]
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June 21, 2013, 04:49:27 PM
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 Pool now at 18,900Gh/s loving my new card being negated! Running out of places to install new cards!
I am trying to decide if after GPU's are totally shot if I should swap my Nvidia 650 for one of these 7870xt's but I so hate AMD/ATI....

I have 2 of those in my machine running on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with cgminer and I get just over 1GH/s out of the machine.  They don't run as cool as my 5870's, but they are beasts cranking out 500 MH/s consistently and at $250 a pop new. Its a pretty good card. I would take 2 of these over a 5970 or 7970 any day.

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June 21, 2013, 07:36:42 PM
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Up to around ~10 GH/s on my "farm" now (39 total "workers" on my account) that I have all the new machine running -- whenever my home computer comes back online and I finalize the over-clocks on all the systems will be close to 12-13 GH/s -- AC went out at home and it got so hot in my upstairs it corrupted one of my hard drives so have to order one and replace it.

Little late in the game but still a bit of fun as a hobby for a while none-the-less... and until I move my office the electricity is no additional cost (included in rent).

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June 21, 2013, 07:37:44 PM
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I used to throw more GPU hashing power until I realized GPU on bitcoin is almost out now and that I ran out of space... Luckily USB ASIC came and helped me now. 40% of my hashing is from those Sapphire USB ASICs

I only have five workers but I made it to where all the computer are running stable for weeks on ends.
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June 21, 2013, 07:41:07 PM
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I used to throw more GPU hashing power until I realized GPU on bitcoin is almost out now and that I ran out of space... Luckily USB ASIC came and helped me now. 40% of my hashing is from those Sapphire USB ASICs

I only have five workers but I made it to where all the computer are running stable for weeks on ends.

How much hashing power do those actually have ? As advertised ?

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June 21, 2013, 07:48:10 PM
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18672    2013-06-20 22:42:31    1:18:33    19158866    380    0.00313452    242497    25.06230101    71 confirmations left

18671    2013-06-20 21:23:58    3:47:07    54211201    4360    0.00000000    242486    25.25275299    60 confirmations left

Anyone else get zero on #18671

Looks like you had a disconnect near the end of that round because of your low share count in the next round and steady reward.

Yeah, I tripped my circuit breaker  Cry

what equipment do u get 0.00313452 ?

.003 is probably around 2gh/s-2.5gh/s  I am just guessing assuming this was with 16th/s not 18th/s on the pool! haha...

Yeah this is one of my older machines with 2 ModMiner quads, and six  Ztex 1.15x boards. Floats around 2.4gh/s.. When diff jumped to 15mil, I retired several 5850s gpu rigs. Plus, summer is just getting started with 95* (35*C) days. I'm hoping to have a couple jals in a couple months (ordered around newyears)

Nice estimate too Wink

Edit: Thanks for the quick answer

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June 21, 2013, 07:51:05 PM
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Got a strange issue.

Sometimes several of my workers stops being shown their shares at My account stats whilst others shares' number continue to increase in time.
Estimated reward also drops.

Looking at workers I notice nothing significant at all - they're producing shares as usual and cgminer marks them as Accepted.

After being restarted cgminer performs as usual but now shares are being counted and I see them in stats.

Looks like there's some instability in counting of shares which were accepted by stratum.

Does anybody have the same behavior?

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June 21, 2013, 07:56:33 PM
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I used to throw more GPU hashing power until I realized GPU on bitcoin is almost out now and that I ran out of space... Luckily USB ASIC came and helped me now. 40% of my hashing is from those Sapphire USB ASICs

I only have five workers but I made it to where all the computer are running stable for weeks on ends.

How much hashing power do those actually have ? As advertised ?

I have seen advertised for 336 MH/s per USB ASIC, I am getting 334 MH/s so it is doing about what it is advertised. Here is proof


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June 21, 2013, 08:58:49 PM
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Someone with more experience want to help me understand this?
It appears slush is not recognizing my submitted shares from one of my workers. These screencaps were taken within 30 seconds of each other.


Slush site:



My worker in cgminer (this is machine I am still building up... I know she's slow, haha but I don't want to turn my GF's apartment into a furnace quite yet):



umm help?!?! Please!
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June 21, 2013, 09:04:32 PM
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Restart Miner software. I had the same issue so I switch to bfgminer I could have just restarted cgminer but I went back to bfgminer
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June 21, 2013, 09:21:46 PM
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Restart Miner software. I had the same issue so I switch to bfgminer I could have just restarted cgminer but I went back to bfgminer

It fixed itself after about 30 minutes, no miner restart. My accepted shares on the site jumped and last share at went back to 0 minutes.
I guess I'm just curious if its a cgminer thing or a Slush thing.

I'll have to research bfgminer.  I like cgminer because its cross platform, has built in overclocking for OpenCL devices, allows you to setup failover pools, and it seems to be much more reliable than guiminer (that abomination software was never stable for me)


Anyone else see this sort of thing happen?  I am also curious if Slush is still recording the accepted shares so I am credited correctly for each round or not. 


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June 21, 2013, 09:32:17 PM
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I hope it's just an error on the site.  My shares are showing up but I noticed that the estimated rewards are out of wack.  It went from .0027 to .00046.   Seems like about the same as your troubles. 

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