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Author Topic: unkown-work - miner or pool prob?  (Read 1348 times)
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June 23, 2011, 12:56:51 AM


I am currently trying out a local pool and the following is my problem.

Every block I experience the same issue. When the block is new I send 1 - 2 accepted shares but usually at the 2nd or 3rd result it gets rejected and then every future result within the block will be rejected too, until next block is created. Then the same game starts again.

Now I wonder if this is caused my my low hash speed and shitty GPU or if this is caused by the pool. Also why is that, that every future result will be rejected too. Shouldnt the miner process with the latest given work? It seems like the miner uses the own (rejected) result for further calculations during that block. Once new work is passed to the WorkQueue next results within current block will be rejected. However, when I restart the miner it accepts 1-2 results again even within same block.

My Gfx is Nvidia GTS250 with 35 Mhash/s, btw and I use phoenix 1.50. -q 1 as parameter btw.

Thx for help.

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