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June 02, 2013, 03:50:06 AM
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Hi all...
I have a quick and maybe silly question.
Why is our stats page showing far less blocks than reported by blockchaininfo?
It's been a while I'm seeing this but I never understood what is going on.
For example, yesterday the pool found approx. 20 blocks (according to blockchain) but on pool's stats they're only 4??
Can someone please enlighten me?


DeepBit doesn't sign the coinbase of the blocks they solve so blockchain.info's stats are wrong for DeepBit.

If DeepBit solved 20 blocks in a day, they'd have a hashrate of about 13 Thps. At 4 blocks per day it's more like 2.8 Thps which is much more likely.

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June 02, 2013, 04:31:51 AM
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Thank you for your answer.
I know that according to pool size, it isn't possible, but I thought maybe "luck" could do that some days.
Isn't it strange that blockchain reports all these blocks for DBit?
Few of the reported DBit blocks are correct though...
And whose are the other ones (the wrongly reported ones)?
Mostly rhetorical questions, I know...

Actually I'm using both this pool and slush's.
Slush had a streak of very bad luck lately, while deepbit (acc. to blockchain) was getting blocks like crazy.
This is why I started thinking about the "luck" factor.
I'm not sure everything works as it should, in terms of luck.
i.e. if a pool has connectivity problems, then it will not obey the "luck" laws.
I don't want to elaborate more, since I'm obviously off topic, and probably wrong (thinking about conspiracy too much). But I had to talk about it, my therapist insisted...  Cheesy


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June 02, 2013, 08:28:37 AM
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Thank you for your answer.
I know that according to pool size, it isn't possible, but I thought maybe "luck" could do that some days.
Isn't it strange that blockchain reports all these blocks for DBit?
Few of the reported DBit blocks are correct though...
And whose are the other ones (the wrongly reported ones)?
Mostly rhetorical questions, I know...

Actually I'm using both this pool and slush's.
Slush had a streak of very bad luck lately, while deepbit (acc. to blockchain) was getting blocks like crazy.
This is why I started thinking about the "luck" factor.
I'm not sure everything works as it should, in terms of luck.
i.e. if a pool has connectivity problems, then it will not obey the "luck" laws.
I don't want to elaborate more, since I'm obviously off topic, and probably wrong (thinking about conspiracy too much). But I had to talk about it, my therapist insisted...  Cheesy




I am curious about this too. How do the blocks shown on https://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit ... get associated to DeepBit if they weren't actually solved by the pool?  Is it just a blockchain issue?  Is there another site that would be more accurate for deepbit?

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June 02, 2013, 08:38:53 AM
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I am curious about this too. How do the blocks shown on https://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit ... get associated to DeepBit if they weren't actually solved by the pool?  Is it just a blockchain issue?  Is there another site that would be more accurate for deepbit?

I'm not sure. I think Blockchain uses the "relayed by" IP to guess the pool if the pool hasn't signed the coinbase.

kinlo's site is probably best:  http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/chart.php
It showing in real time the the percentage of the last 2016 blocks solved by various pools, and also ASICMiner.

I have a few more pools included at my site (see sig), but my pie chart is for the last week's blocks and it's not real time, only updated weekly.

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June 02, 2013, 09:02:49 AM
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I am curious about this too. How do the blocks shown on https://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit ... get associated to DeepBit if they weren't actually solved by the pool?  Is it just a blockchain issue?  Is there another site that would be more accurate for deepbit?

I'm not sure. I think Blockchain uses the "relayed by" IP to guess the pool if the pool hasn't signed the coinbase.

kinlo's site is probably best:  http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/chart.php
It showing in real time the the percentage of the last 2016 blocks solved by various pools, and also ASICMiner.

I have a few more pools included at my site (see sig), but my pie chart is for the last week's blocks and it's not real time, only updated weekly.

The help is much appreciated... I'm still trying to ID a pool that is best for me running at about 1.1 Ghps (hopefully 1.5Ghps later this week).  I like the smaller pools with proportional payout... not as steady as PPNLS but I seem to be averaging more on prop. 
Only really been into bitcoin mining for about a month but one this I love about this community is everyone's willingness to help each other.
Thanks again organofcorti.

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June 02, 2013, 09:51:06 AM
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is deepbit using stratum? if so whats the address?

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June 03, 2013, 07:46:13 AM
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is deepbit using stratum? if so whats the address?
this pool has no stratum support
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June 04, 2013, 06:10:02 PM
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Trying to request a payout, but it keeps telling me the page is unavailable!
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June 10, 2013, 08:27:23 PM
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I haven't received a deepbit payout for several days. If I request a payout it just says "Please Wait". Glad I kept my payout low... I've already changed pools. Still waiting for my 0.024BTC though!
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June 11, 2013, 02:04:15 AM
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Hello.
Payments were left in locked state after a maintenance due to a mistake. Problem solved.
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

P.S.: I asked theymos to delete the "wrong" forum account. Hope this will be fixed and I'll start receiving your PMs normally.

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June 12, 2013, 06:18:02 PM
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Hello
Someone can tell me what is wrong with my transfer:
https://blockexplorer.com/tx/e5c3d2c49296c988c64ba45e06f6a0c4b967465055c4799a1aa989e8db8a6b53
This is from: 12.06.2013 04:02 but i got Error...

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June 12, 2013, 07:40:46 PM
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Someone can tell me what is wrong with my transfer:

This is from: 12.06.2013 04:02 but i got Error...
Hello. Blockexplorer only shows confirmed transactions. Your transaction is not confirmed yet.
You have to wait for confirmation. If the amount is small then it probably will be confirmed with the next block found by our pool.

Don't worry, our transactions are never lost, but since we are paying no TX fees, confirmation may take some time sometimes.

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June 13, 2013, 05:46:47 AM
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Ok now i got another problem for last 24 hours i got all the time:
0.00190983 BTC - Balance is updated once per hour
198.80 MH/s - Average speed in last 10 minutes


How this is possible with 198MH/s i got 0.0019BTC for 24 hours?

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June 13, 2013, 02:20:39 PM
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How this is possible with 198MH/s i got 0.0019BTC for 24 hours?
Maybe you are using Proportional payment mode ?
Your reward depends on the luck in this mode and will be normal on average (days or weeks), but usually not in any given short period.

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June 14, 2013, 06:59:53 PM
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I am getting the following error in the Phoenix 2 miner, using OpenCL kernel on a Radeon HD5750 (driver 12.104, OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP), Win7 64bit.  GPU identified as Cedar.

"MSG: You are connecting to long poll too fast"

What can I do to correct that?  

This is the CFG for this card in Phoenix 2:

kernel = opencl
worksize = 128
vectors = True
vectors4 = False
bfi_int = False
goffset = True
fastloop = False
aggression = 4

EDIT:  This cleared up after a few hours.  All miners and happy now and not throwing the long poll error.  This must have been a temporary Deepbit server issue I suppose?
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June 17, 2013, 07:26:50 AM
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Hello
From today morning i can`t mining got all the time connection errors:
[06/17/2013 09:21:31] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:21:46] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:22:10] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:22:10] [ATI] Result 00000000df6b321b... REJECTED
[06/17/2013 09:22:22] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] New block (WorkQueue)
[06/17/2013 09:22:24] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:22:39] [ATI] Result 00000000d60d7299... ACCEPTED
[06/17/2013 09:23:14] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:23:23] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:23:42] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:23:42] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:23:49] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:24:04] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:24:04] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:24:40] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] New block (WorkQueue)
[06/17/2013 09:44:44] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:24:48] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] [ATI] Result 00000000541d2d1d... REJECTED
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:25:21] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast


I check on 3 servers and on all 3 got this same effect - looks like deepbit problem?

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June 18, 2013, 12:35:47 AM
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Hello
From today morning i can`t mining got all the time connection errors:
[06/17/2013 09:21:31] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:21:46] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:22:10] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:22:10] [ATI] Result 00000000df6b321b... REJECTED
[06/17/2013 09:22:22] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:22:23] New block (WorkQueue)
[06/17/2013 09:22:24] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:22:39] [ATI] Result 00000000d60d7299... ACCEPTED
[06/17/2013 09:23:14] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:23:23] Couldn't connect to server, retrying...
[06/17/2013 09:23:42] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:23:42] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:23:49] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:24:04] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:24:04] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:24:40] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:24:43] New block (WorkQueue)
[06/17/2013 09:44:44] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:24:48] Disconnected from server
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] [ATI] Result 00000000541d2d1d... REJECTED
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] Connected to server
[06/17/2013 09:25:02] Server gave new work; passing to WorkQueue
[06/17/2013 09:25:21] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast
[06/17/2013 09:25:22] MSG: Deepbit.lib.InfoException: You are reconnecting to long poll too fast


I check on 3 servers and on all 3 got this same effect - looks like deepbit problem?

I'm having the same problem off and on today.  Shutting down the miner and restarting it will solve the issue temporarily.  My hash rate today is about a third less than normal.  The other error I've been seeing states that the server gave old work, ignoring.
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June 20, 2013, 01:17:19 AM
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The issue about "old work" is already fixed, sorry about that.

As for the "reconnecting too fast" it looks like a miner's bug. It probably reconnects to long polling address too many times in a row.

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June 20, 2013, 10:56:02 PM
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The issue about "old work" is already fixed, sorry about that.

As for the "reconnecting too fast" it looks like a miner's bug. It probably reconnects to long polling address too many times in a row.


Thanks Tycho.  Since the "old work" issue was fixed I'm not seeing the long poll errors any more.  But I'll post in the Phoenix 2 forum and see if that can be fixed or if that was just an issue related to the old work thing. 
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July 08, 2013, 06:32:35 PM
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Hi there all together,

is the payment still stuck ?
Ordered my payment about 36 hours ago.
Still normal, and normal that transaction is not known ?

Thanks for giving me hints about this curiousity.
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