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Author Topic: [OLD] Eligius: ASIC, no registration, no fee CPPSRB BTC + 105% PPS NMC, 877 #  (Read 453853 times)
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November 08, 2013, 12:39:11 AM
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Scanning yes, but for a wallet.dat file and other potential wallets. I get lots of attempts as well but never for my wallet before.

They're just checking your web server to see if you're crazy enough to leave a copy of your wallet on there.  Nothing to worry about.  Script kiddies will be script kiddies...

Yeah I know and I realize I'm overreacting to something that really doesn't mean much. Just as mb300sd said I get hit thousands of times a day with silly attempts, I was just really surprised to see that in my log. Is anyone actually dumb enough to keep a copy of their wallet in there anyway? With all that said I can only imagine the amount of crap you have to deal with running this pool. Thanks...


Edit: On another note has anyone noticed the 7 day moving average of the total BitCoin network hashing power has been basically flat? The total network speed is the same today as it was 6 days ago. Are we finally getting a hiccup in the growth?
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November 08, 2013, 12:46:19 AM
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Love the no registration/no fee pool. Keep up the great work WK.
I'll gladly take the student moniker in this incredible field of work.
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My issue: CampBX has started killing addresses after a week, Guess they don't like miner outputs. As a new Eligius Miner, My first day was run using CampBx. I stopped, and redirected output to a static address. But now final payout (commencing after 7 days) will be to a "deleted" CampBx address. It's not much but still...

It may be a dumb question but I must ask, is there a way to redirect these final payouts?  Since the Miners are I.D.d, can we request old output from said miner, be sent to current output for said miner?

I can't find anything poking around Eligius menus.
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http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/mystats.php?u=YOUR_OLD_BITCOIN_ADDRESS_HERE&storecookie=on

Then "change mining address".
That won't work...
Is there a solution for this? To change your mining address and redirect your already mined coins to another, while continuing to mine on the new address?
The inputs.io situation just keeps getting worse. A total effing loss....

Unfortunately not.  Eligius is setup in such a way that the share log can't be easily altered after the fact, not even by me.  This is one of many security measures on Eligius.  It would take a substantial coding effort to parse the share log and modify your shares to go to a different address, and there are many other things that need to be coded first that do not degrade security.

Sorry.

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November 08, 2013, 12:58:10 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.
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November 08, 2013, 12:59:49 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.

Not currently.  Actually, not even I can do that easily.  The share log itself is optimized.  It has no timestamping, so, no easy way to know how old a share is.  Its just there waiting to be paid.

I may eventually add some mechanism to do this, though.

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November 08, 2013, 01:04:05 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.

Not currently.  Actually, not even I can do that easily.  The share log itself is optimized.  It has no timestamping, so, no easy way to know how old a share is.  Its just there waiting to be paid.

I may eventually add some mechanism to do this, though.

-wk


Well, then maybe you can know the round which this share is from? Smiley
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November 08, 2013, 01:08:20 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.

Not currently.  Actually, not even I can do that easily.  The share log itself is optimized.  It has no timestamping, so, no easy way to know how old a share is.  Its just there waiting to be paid.

I may eventually add some mechanism to do this, though.

-wk


Well, then maybe you can know the round which this share is from? Smiley

Nope, the only real pieces of data associated with a share in the share log are the user_id, share value.  (There is other data but its just security related...).  And no, I cant use the share value to determine anything because it is stored as a % of block subsidy and could be from any difficulty share.

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November 08, 2013, 01:27:02 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.

Not currently.  Actually, not even I can do that easily.  The share log itself is optimized.  It has no timestamping, so, no easy way to know how old a share is.  Its just there waiting to be paid.

I may eventually add some mechanism to do this, though.

-wk


Well, then maybe you can know the round which this share is from? Smiley

Nope, the only real pieces of data associated with a share in the share log are the user_id, share value.  (There is other data but its just security related...).  And no, I cant use the share value to determine anything because it is stored as a % of block subsidy and could be from any difficulty share.
Interesting system you have there.
And share log is ordered by share_id, right?

Btw, the amazing luck streak today. Combined with high txfees it even more awesome Cheesy
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November 08, 2013, 01:27:30 AM
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Love the no registration/no fee pool. Keep up the great work WK.
I'll gladly take the student moniker in this incredible field of work.
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My issue: CampBX has started killing addresses after a week, Guess they don't like miner outputs. As a new Eligius Miner, My first day was run using CampBx. I stopped, and redirected output to a static address. But now final payout (commencing after 7 days) will be to a "deleted" CampBx address. It's not much but still...

It may be a dumb question but I must ask, is there a way to redirect these final payouts?  Since the Miners are I.D.d, can we request old output from said miner, be sent to current output for said miner?

I can't find anything poking around Eligius menus.
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http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/mystats.php?u=YOUR_OLD_BITCOIN_ADDRESS_HERE&storecookie=on

Then "change mining address".
That won't work...
Is there a solution for this? To change your mining address and redirect your already mined coins to another, while continuing to mine on the new address?
The inputs.io situation just keeps getting worse. A total effing loss....

Unfortunately not.  Eligius is setup in such a way that the share log can't be easily altered after the fact, not even by me.  This is one of many security measures on Eligius.  It would take a substantial coding effort to parse the share log and modify your shares to go to a different address, and there are many other things that need to be coded first that do not degrade security.

Sorry.
Glad to hear of the implemented security measures. Thank you for your response & keep up the good work.

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November 08, 2013, 01:35:54 AM
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Is there any way to look how old is the most recent shelved share?
By using API or so.

Not currently.  Actually, not even I can do that easily.  The share log itself is optimized.  It has no timestamping, so, no easy way to know how old a share is.  Its just there waiting to be paid.

I may eventually add some mechanism to do this, though.

-wk


Well, then maybe you can know the round which this share is from? Smiley

Nope, the only real pieces of data associated with a share in the share log are the user_id, share value.  (There is other data but its just security related...).  And no, I cant use the share value to determine anything because it is stored as a % of block subsidy and could be from any difficulty share.
Interesting system you have there.
And share log is ordered by share_id, right?

Btw, the amazing luck streak today. Combined with high txfees it even more awesome Cheesy

There is a database id in the postgresql database tagged to each share, but, the index in the actual share log changes regularly (as paid shares are pruned and such).  The share log goes back in time further than the full postgres database, which is periodically archived and pruned.

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November 08, 2013, 03:11:43 PM
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Is the pool down again?

My cgminer keeps stopping with a message that it is waiting for work to become available.  I've moved back to slush until I can be sure that I'll actually be hashing and not just waiting for work.
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November 08, 2013, 04:42:32 PM
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Is the pool down again?

My cgminer keeps stopping with a message that it is waiting for work to become available.  I've moved back to slush until I can be sure that I'll actually be hashing and not just waiting for work.

No issues here.
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November 08, 2013, 06:30:56 PM
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Is the pool down again?

My cgminer keeps stopping with a message that it is waiting for work to become available.  I've moved back to slush until I can be sure that I'll actually be hashing and not just waiting for work.


No pool issues that I am aware of.

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November 08, 2013, 06:47:50 PM
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Is the free transaction relay policy still active?

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Free_transaction_relay_policy

173.242.112.53  doesn't reply to my pings...
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November 08, 2013, 06:48:37 PM
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Is the free transaction relay policy still active?

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Free_transaction_relay_policy

173.242.112.53  doesn't reply to my pings...

The information is out of date.  I will have to get around to updating it.  For now just peer with wizkid057.com.

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November 08, 2013, 07:33:05 PM
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Is the free transaction relay policy still active?

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Free_transaction_relay_policy

173.242.112.53  doesn't reply to my pings...
Updated the IP on the page, sorry.

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November 08, 2013, 09:20:50 PM
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What about multi merging some more altcoins?
I se some feew others do it, would it be worth it to implement?

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November 08, 2013, 09:25:28 PM
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What about multi merging some more altcoins?
I se some feew others do it, would it be worth it to implement?
When there are other legitimate altcoins that support merged mining...
Freicoin has it on their todo list, but there isn't really anything else.

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November 08, 2013, 09:49:36 PM
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When there are other legitimate altcoins that support merged mining...
Freicoin has it on their todo list, but there isn't really anything else.
devcoin   
groupcoin   
i0coin   
ixcoin   
namecoin   
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November 08, 2013, 10:08:48 PM
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When there are other legitimate altcoins that support merged mining...
Freicoin has it on their todo list, but there isn't really anything else.
devcoin   
groupcoin   
i0coin   
ixcoin   
namecoin   
We do namecoin. The rest you list are just scams.

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November 08, 2013, 10:50:22 PM
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When there are other legitimate altcoins that support merged mining...
Freicoin has it on their todo list, but there isn't really anything else.
devcoin   
groupcoin   
i0coin   
ixcoin   
namecoin   
We do namecoin. The rest you list are just scams.

Plus they aren't well maintained either and are a pain to keep in the merged mining setup because of various issues/crashes.

That said, namecoin only for now.

-wk

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