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Author Topic: [OLD] Eligius: ASIC, no registration, no fee CPPSRB BTC + 105% PPS NMC, 877 #  (Read 444237 times)
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September 08, 2011, 11:31:23 PM
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Please vote on whether to raise the minimum payout

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September 09, 2011, 10:02:34 AM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
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September 09, 2011, 11:13:25 AM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.

I use eligius almost exclusively, rollntime works fine.

Edit: Goddamnit luke, you broke it!

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September 09, 2011, 12:22:55 PM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
Last I checked, DiabloMiner had bugs in its rollntime implementation, and Diablo-D3 stubbornly denied they existed (thus refusing to fix them), so I blacklisted it from using it. Specifically, with rollntime enabled, DiabloMiner is somehow confusing its work and when it expires, and sending shares against work older than 2 minutes, even after it has received new work. If Diablo-D3 has fixed this, and someone is willing to do some real-time testing to confirm it (on IRC), I'd be glad to remove it from the blacklist...

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September 09, 2011, 04:04:45 PM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
Last I checked, DiabloMiner had bugs in its rollntime implementation, and Diablo-D3 stubbornly denied they existed (thus refusing to fix them), so I blacklisted it from using it. Specifically, with rollntime enabled, DiabloMiner is somehow confusing its work and when it expires, and sending shares against work older than 2 minutes, even after it has received new work. If Diablo-D3 has fixed this, and someone is willing to do some real-time testing to confirm it (on IRC), I'd be glad to remove it from the blacklist...

That bug never existed and I repeatedly confirmed that the bug is in your pool.

If this is your stance, I might have to end up adding code to detect eligius and force reenable it.

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September 09, 2011, 04:11:47 PM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
Last I checked, DiabloMiner had bugs in its rollntime implementation, and Diablo-D3 stubbornly denied they existed (thus refusing to fix them), so I blacklisted it from using it. Specifically, with rollntime enabled, DiabloMiner is somehow confusing its work and when it expires, and sending shares against work older than 2 minutes, even after it has received new work. If Diablo-D3 has fixed this, and someone is willing to do some real-time testing to confirm it (on IRC), I'd be glad to remove it from the blacklist...

That bug never existed and I repeatedly confirmed that the bug is in your pool.

If this is your stance, I might have to end up adding code to detect eligius and force reenable it.

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September 09, 2011, 04:34:30 PM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
Last I checked, DiabloMiner had bugs in its rollntime implementation, and Diablo-D3 stubbornly denied they existed (thus refusing to fix them), so I blacklisted it from using it. Specifically, with rollntime enabled, DiabloMiner is somehow confusing its work and when it expires, and sending shares against work older than 2 minutes, even after it has received new work. If Diablo-D3 has fixed this, and someone is willing to do some real-time testing to confirm it (on IRC), I'd be glad to remove it from the blacklist...

That bug never existed and I repeatedly confirmed that the bug is in your pool.
The only thing you confirmed was that your logs were reporting things sanely. The actual on-the-wire packets confirmed you were sending me dead shares.

If this is your stance, I might have to end up adding code to detect eligius and force reenable it.
If Eligius doesn't tell you it's allowed, it isn't: forcefully rolled shares will be rejected outright.

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September 09, 2011, 08:12:51 PM
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Latest DiabloMiner sends X-Mining-Extensions header as "longpoll rollntime switchto". This is not recognized by eligius and rollntime is disabled for this miner.
Last I checked, DiabloMiner had bugs in its rollntime implementation, and Diablo-D3 stubbornly denied they existed (thus refusing to fix them), so I blacklisted it from using it. Specifically, with rollntime enabled, DiabloMiner is somehow confusing its work and when it expires, and sending shares against work older than 2 minutes, even after it has received new work. If Diablo-D3 has fixed this, and someone is willing to do some real-time testing to confirm it (on IRC), I'd be glad to remove it from the blacklist...

That bug never existed and I repeatedly confirmed that the bug is in your pool.
The only thing you confirmed was that your logs were reporting things sanely. The actual on-the-wire packets confirmed you were sending me dead shares.

If this is your stance, I might have to end up adding code to detect eligius and force reenable it.
If Eligius doesn't tell you it's allowed, it isn't: forcefully rolled shares will be rejected outright.

You depend on UA snooping. Just sayin.

And no, the only thing you confirmed is that miners still have a very low rate of stale shares. Are you going to start blacklisting other miners because they produce stale shares too?

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September 13, 2011, 12:15:57 AM
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Per poll results, the minimum payout is now 400 TBC (~0.67 BTC).

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September 13, 2011, 03:57:01 AM
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Could you adjust the payout line displayed on the stats graphs to reflect this?  Was nice to see yourself approaching that line =)
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September 13, 2011, 04:04:02 AM
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Could you adjust the payout line displayed on the stats graphs to reflect this?  Was nice to see yourself approaching that line =)
Already did Wink

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September 13, 2011, 04:21:01 AM
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ha, thanks, I think I thought the old ones would move =)

By far my favorite pool, keep up the good work.

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September 14, 2011, 02:19:19 PM
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Anyone else get an "Unknown Address!" page when trying to check their stats? My address is gone from the payout queue page too.
BTW, is this still a problem? Can you PM me your address/link?
Not any more, do you still want the link?

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September 14, 2011, 10:36:12 PM
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has there been issues with the pool? been getting a lot of stales, unknown work, unkown user stales the past 24 hours. 2.17% Stales... ewww!

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September 14, 2011, 11:06:34 PM
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has there been issues with the pool? been getting a lot of stales, unknown work, unkown user stales the past 24 hours. 2.17% Stales... ewww!
Someone apparently decided to exploit a bug in bitcoind to crash our hub node multiple times over the past few days, resulting in watchdogs restarting the pool while I wasn't there to look into it myself. I tracked down and fixed the bug, and it seems to be stable since, but there seems to still be another attack vector being used. I am looking into this one as well, and hope to have it solved ASAP. I recommend joining IRC for the latest updates on these DoS attacks.

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September 17, 2011, 02:04:34 PM
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I'm cross-posting this for a newbie.  Requesting that the following wallet address be investigated for suspicious activity:

I get on process explorer, once in a while, even after I kill it, almost 100% CPU time by an iexplore.exe process. Process explorer identifies it (fully) as ""C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\bin\iexplore.exe" -a 1 -o http://mining.eligius.st:80 -u 1JLE6hkA8QbD64G8ZknbH6HT9orWQ7dKB3 -p pass"

I will not pretend I know what bitcoin is exactly. I just learned a brief about it 10 minutes ago. I have never used or tried to use bitcoin before finding out this process.

Please help to identify what is going on or at least remove it from re-running itself. Apparently my antiviruses don't find it.

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September 17, 2011, 04:10:03 PM
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Requesting that the following wallet address be investigated for suspicious activity:
It's already a confirmed botnet. See my reply here.

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September 18, 2011, 07:28:27 AM
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hi,

do you have any plans for merged mining?

if you want to discuss it i opened a thread a here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=44546.0

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September 18, 2011, 02:14:48 PM
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New DDoS threat apparently. Ports 80 and 8332 are temporarily down until I have more time to get a better workaround for it.

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September 18, 2011, 05:34:55 PM
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Ports 80 and 8332 are back.

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