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July 20, 2011, 09:30:10 AM
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At least the bad block wasn't the 136 hour one!


I've modified the site so it is more clear when a block is invalid... The "confirmed" column now clearly states it is invalid, and the link to blockexplorer has been removed (as it was wrong anyway)

That's good.  Looks better now that the confirmation column isn't ambiguous.

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July 20, 2011, 12:41:51 PM
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20% stales today...  Shocked
What happens?

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July 20, 2011, 05:46:27 PM
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20% stales today...  Shocked
What happens?

Which miner do you use?
There have been some problems with certain versions of certain miners, especially cgminer 1.2.8 is to be avoided, upgrade!
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July 20, 2011, 06:35:16 PM
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bleh, fucking poolhoppers are killing everything by surfing 20 times a second to the stats page
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July 20, 2011, 06:37:00 PM
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Just for reference, poclbm rej: 0/522 (0%)   Smiley
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July 20, 2011, 07:36:15 PM
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bleh, fucking poolhoppers are killing everything by surfing 20 times a second to the stats page

Delay stats to all of those, who did not stick to the end with previous block (repeatedly)?
   
 

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July 20, 2011, 09:18:33 PM
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bleh, fucking poolhoppers are killing everything by surfing 20 times a second to the stats page

Don't put all the stats in one basket.  I also agree with EskimoBob.  You could always have a 15 minute cache of the stats.

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July 20, 2011, 10:36:29 PM
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bleh, fucking poolhoppers are killing everything by surfing 20 times a second to the stats page

How can poolhoppers even tell when the block will be finished? Don't they hop at like 47.5%?

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July 21, 2011, 08:23:45 AM
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bleh, fucking poolhoppers are killing everything by surfing 20 times a second to the stats page

How can poolhoppers even tell when the block will be finished? Don't they hop at like 47.5%?
As I understand it, when the number of shares get close to 43% (or is it 47%?) of the current difficulty, all those lowlifes start hopping. To make sure, they do not miss out on the next block, because it can start any minute, they bang the stats page like mad.
Pool operator can see, who those lowlife losers are and something must (probably will) be done soon.

Some of you probably ask why? Understand this - those lowlife losers ruin it for everybody else. Pool is all about mining together. If this concept is too alien for your sick little ego, then be a wanker and mine alone.

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July 21, 2011, 03:33:16 PM
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wow hashrate is down to 56gh..what happened?

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July 21, 2011, 04:52:38 PM
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hoppers went to next pool?
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July 21, 2011, 07:41:00 PM
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When Triple Mining started, one of the advertising bits was "no poolhopping restrictions!"  As a way to boost hash rates and make the pool more successful, I suggested that MrSam implement something to take away the incentive to poolhop (such as a scoring system).  This has not happened, and with a pool of this size people can casually check and decide to hop without needing sophisticated software to do this for them. 

In my view, you can't fault people for doing what is in their rational self-interest.  All you can do is to remove the incentive to poolhop in some way, but as MrSam pointed out it is difficult to do that without also causing people to leave the pool altogether.  Obviously if everyone hopped, the pool would very quickly die.  This is why I feel proportional payouts are a negative overall, especially for a pool this size with its history (some *really* fast blocks and some *really* slow blocks). 

Taking away the ability to mine or to view the stats page (or even delaying the stats page) really isn't a solution, because it is easy enough to get around that.  A better solution would be (IMO) to implement a system that rewards people for not poolhopping.
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July 22, 2011, 09:39:35 AM
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When Triple Mining started, one of the advertising bits was "no poolhopping restrictions!"  As a way to boost hash rates and make the pool more successful, I suggested that MrSam implement something to take away the incentive to poolhop (such as a scoring system).  This has not happened, and with a pool of this size people can casually check and decide to hop without needing sophisticated software to do this for them. 

In my view, you can't fault people for doing what is in their rational self-interest.  All you can do is to remove the incentive to poolhop in some way, but as MrSam pointed out it is difficult to do that without also causing people to leave the pool altogether.  Obviously if everyone hopped, the pool would very quickly die.  This is why I feel proportional payouts are a negative overall, especially for a pool this size with its history (some *really* fast blocks and some *really* slow blocks). 

Taking away the ability to mine or to view the stats page (or even delaying the stats page) really isn't a solution, because it is easy enough to get around that.  A better solution would be (IMO) to implement a system that rewards people for not poolhopping.

Yeah, i completely agree on that.

We are looking to implement something that would reward miners that stick to this pool permanenty... More on this in the next few days
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July 22, 2011, 04:13:17 PM
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When Triple Mining started, one of the advertising bits was "no poolhopping restrictions!"  As a way to boost hash rates and make the pool more successful, I suggested that MrSam implement something to take away the incentive to poolhop (such as a scoring system).  This has not happened, and with a pool of this size people can casually check and decide to hop without needing sophisticated software to do this for them. 

In my view, you can't fault people for doing what is in their rational self-interest.  All you can do is to remove the incentive to poolhop in some way, but as MrSam pointed out it is difficult to do that without also causing people to leave the pool altogether.  Obviously if everyone hopped, the pool would very quickly die.  This is why I feel proportional payouts are a negative overall, especially for a pool this size with its history (some *really* fast blocks and some *really* slow blocks). 

Taking away the ability to mine or to view the stats page (or even delaying the stats page) really isn't a solution, because it is easy enough to get around that.  A better solution would be (IMO) to implement a system that rewards people for not poolhopping.

Yeah, i completely agree on that.

We are looking to implement something that would reward miners that stick to this pool permanenty... More on this in the next few days

I don't mine 24/7, I only mine at night. Would I still get the reward?

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July 23, 2011, 07:05:20 AM
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WAAAHHHH!!!!

I had moved 4 of my 5 miners off of mining over to another project.  I left the 1 mining since it's my slowest PC.  When I can home from work the power had glitched sometime during the day, so my mining PC had stopped.  After I restarted everything, I found out this had happened:

#137579 IMMATURE 50.034 July 23, 2011 1 hours 85091 Needs 93 confirmations
#137573 IMMATURE 50.07250178 July 23, 2011 19 hours 1173585 Needs 87 confirmations

I'll have to check after the confirmations are all in, but I think I didn't get any shares in the 1 hours block Embarrassed

I guess it's time to get a UPS....
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July 23, 2011, 10:14:27 AM
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Next jackpot estimate: 1.67776478 BTC and it winner will be selected in next 24h because 7 days are up.

Sign up and mine! Smiley

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July 23, 2011, 10:22:45 AM
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Request for UI updates for "Account" > "My payouts" page:

1) Can you please add "My shares" to "My payouts" table
2) and align all numbers to the right (in all tables actually).
3) If you can, pleas add a 'thousand separator' to all numbers

Thank you.


 

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July 23, 2011, 10:59:21 AM
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3) If you can, pleas add a 'thousand separator' to all numbers



Yeah i want this as well, but the problem is that USA uses 1.000.000,00 and EU 1 000 000.00 .. Not sure what to do there
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July 23, 2011, 11:19:36 AM
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Yeah i want this as well, but the problem is that USA uses 1.000.000,00 and EU 1 000 000.00 .. Not sure what to do there

Check the site, i made some changes

and euh ... BLOCK (again)
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July 23, 2011, 11:35:17 AM
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3) If you can, pleas add a 'thousand separator' to all numbers



Yeah i want this as well, but the problem is that USA uses 1.000.000,00 and EU 1 000 000.00 .. Not sure what to do there

Looks good Smiley Thank you.

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