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Author Topic: [OLD] Eligius: ASIC, no registration, no fee CPPSRB BTC + 105% PPS NMC, 877 #  (Read 417783 times)
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January 21, 2014, 06:14:56 AM
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While I knew that you could donate manually to the pool, I didn't know you could set it up to take a fee. Someone above had posted that info. Can't recall who it was, but you know who you are, so thanks!

I set it to 1 percent, 33/33/34 respectively. Whizkid, if you do the accounting as I believe you do, and think it would work better set differently, please tell me so and I'll change it accordingly.

I would encourage everyone to do the same. It's on the configurable options link under the "my eligius" tab. This is a great pool, and deserves to be supported. 1 or two percent is cheaper than most other pools, and if enough of us do it, wk can quit his day job Smiley

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January 21, 2014, 06:34:31 AM
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While I knew that you could donate manually to the pool, I didn't know you could set it up to take a fee. Someone above had posted that info. Can't recall who it was, but you know who you are, so thanks!

I set it to 1 percent, 33/33/34 respectively. Whizkid, if you do the accounting as I believe you do, and think it would work better set differently, please tell me so and I'll change it accordingly.

I would encourage everyone to do the same. It's on the configurable options link under the "my eligius" tab. This is a great pool, and deserves to be supported. 1 or two percent is cheaper than most other pools, and if enough of us do it, wk can quit his day job Smiley
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January 21, 2014, 06:38:00 AM
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Wk, I know you don't want to-- but double average Minn diff submitted and double the 128 and 256 stats to average out the variance in the graphs.

I think people will understand, this would half the number crunching by the db

I vote for this myself too. I never look at 128 and 256 second stats. Optimal averages I would be looking at to see how my machines are going is like: 1 hour average, 6 hour average, 12 hour average, 24 hour average. No less than that. It should help saving some resources and most of miners will not even notice.
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January 21, 2014, 06:45:34 AM
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Wk, I know you don't want to-- but double average Minn diff submitted and double the 128 and 256 stats to average out the variance in the graphs.

I think people will understand, this would half the number crunching by the db

I vote for this myself too. I never look at 128 and 256 second stats. Minimum average I would be looking at to see how my machines are going is 1 hour average, 6 hour average, 12 hour average, 24 hour average. No less than that. It should help saving some resources and most of miners will not even notice.

For those of us whose rigs have less than perfect reliability, and who aren't always present to monitor them, the 128/256 second stats can tell us at a glance that our rigs are up and running.  It's super handy to just check it on my phone when I'm at work or wherever.  It would be harder to tell from the longer-term stats.

On a different note, is the namecoin mining still discontinued?  If so, it might be good to change the thread title, namecoin setting on the config page, etc.

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DRK XvFhRFQwvBAmFkaii6Kafmu6oXrH4dSkVF
Eligius Payouts/CPPSRB Explained  I am not associated with Eligius in any way.  I just think that it is a good pool with a cool payment system Smiley
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January 21, 2014, 06:58:14 AM
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Wk, I know you don't want to-- but double average Minn diff submitted and double the 128 and 256 stats to average out the variance in the graphs.

I think people will understand, this would half the number crunching by the db

I vote for this myself too. I never look at 128 and 256 second stats. Minimum average I would be looking at to see how my machines are going is 1 hour average, 6 hour average, 12 hour average, 24 hour average. No less than that. It should help saving some resources and most of miners will not even notice.

For those of us whose rigs have less than perfect reliability, and who aren't always present to monitor them, the 128/256 second stats can tell us at a glance that our rigs are up and running.  It's super handy to just check it on my phone when I'm at work or wherever.  It would be harder to tell from the longer-term stats.

On a different note, is the namecoin mining still discontinued?  If so, it might be good to change the thread title, namecoin setting on the config page, etc.

WK mantioned a couple of posts ago that NMC mining continues as normal and the payout will be processed once the database catches up... so expect a big payout once everything is back to normal  Smiley

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January 21, 2014, 07:03:59 AM
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WK mantioned a couple of posts ago that NMC mining continues as normal and the payout will be processed once the database catches up... so expect a big payout once everything is back to normal  Smiley

Oops, must have missed that, thanks!

Edit: Also, just to be clear, I was talking about a post from February that said that NMC mining was being disabled permanently due to Namecoin becoming stupid, which I had found via a Google search about NMC mining on Eligius.  That was why I suggested that the thread title be changed, etc... obviously wouldn't do that just for a temporary glitch.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=23768.msg1547291#msg1547291

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January 21, 2014, 07:19:47 AM
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Did anyone get payouts on namecoins?    

The last Namecoin transfer I got was before the DDoS attack on Friday..  While they aren't worth much. I use my namecoin payouts to fund my CEX.IO addiction :-P.

Namecoin payouts depend on parts of the pool system that are still catching up.  Once everything is back online, NMC payouts from Friday forward will be correctly made.


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Hi everyone,

Thank you again for all of your support and patience.

The pool is operational, automatic payouts are working, and the backend is pretty happy overall.

I have, however, taken the web stats offline temporarily.  The constant traffic was slowing down the progress of the catching up significantly, so, I've blocked access to the stats for now.  This should help get them caught up much faster, hopefully within the next few hours.

Again, the pool is working, payouts are working, etc.

As soon as the stats are mostly caught up I will re-enable public access again.

Thanks!

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Just re-posting important information lost due to troll obfuscation...

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January 21, 2014, 07:25:03 AM
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Hey guys

Just to say i really appreciate your work and my hardware will keep minning on eligius no matter what, props to all the team behind it

Problems are natural in life, we just need to use them to learn more and become better nothing is perfect

So for all the trolls out there, just stfu

My sentiments as well. Donation sent. Thank you.

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January 21, 2014, 10:49:05 AM
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Hi everyone...

Well, no real light way to put this... unfortunately the web server is completely choking on all of this data Sad  The current setup, which has worked well for so long, just doesn't seem to be able to handle catching up to real time with such a large backlog (~48 hours).

I'm going to try to utilize another server to do the data crunching more quickly and then import into the web server and see if that results in a faster catch up.  In the meantime I will re-enable the public stats page since it doesn't seem to be helping as much as I had hoped by disabling it.  At least people will be able to see their 128/256 second hash rates and balances.

Sorry folks, please bear with me here.  Keep in mind that Eligius has grown substantially since this was all designed.  As it turns out the web side is not as scalable as I would have liked..... and I've used up my favors getting the main pool database server upgraded.

I have received a good amount of donations over the past few days (thank you all) and I do believe that I will try to put most of this into a web server upgrade soon.

-wk

How much BTCBTCBTC would you need for the server upgrade - maybe we can pitch in. It's only fair for a zero fee pool.
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January 21, 2014, 12:05:30 PM
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January 21, 2014, 12:10:14 PM
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For those of us whose rigs have less than perfect reliability, and who aren't always present to monitor them, the 128/256 second stats can tell us at a glance that our rigs are up and running.  It's super handy to just check it on my phone when I'm at work or wherever.


This +1million.

My rigs are a bit wobbly at best, so knowing if they're dead or not is pretty important to me.
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January 21, 2014, 01:02:50 PM
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Wk, I know you don't want to-- but double average Minn diff submitted and double the 128 and 256 stats to average out the variance in the graphs.

I think people will understand, this would half the number crunching by the db

I vote for this myself too. I never look at 128 and 256 second stats. Minimum average I would be looking at to see how my machines are going is 1 hour average, 6 hour average, 12 hour average, 24 hour average. No less than that. It should help saving some resources and most of miners will not even notice.

For those of us whose rigs have less than perfect reliability, and who aren't always present to monitor them, the 128/256 second stats can tell us at a glance that our rigs are up and running.  It's super handy to just check it on my phone when I'm at work or wherever.  It would be harder to tell from the longer-term stats.

On a different note, is the namecoin mining still discontinued?  If so, it might be good to change the thread title, namecoin setting on the config page, etc.

128 and 256 are really nice for a quick check but i also think one of them would be enough. if this helps to save some resources.

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January 21, 2014, 02:09:45 PM
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Like someone said earlier, you can set your account up to voluntarily pay a fee to the pool.

When you consider, during the recent problems, Wizkid had to manually pay out a million bucks in BTC to get things caught up and that was 2 days worth!

If everyone just set their account to pay a 1% fee to the pool for a week, Wizkid would have enough to get some upgraded hardware/servers/infrastructure.

Please respond if you are willing to do this!


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January 21, 2014, 02:16:24 PM
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I'll set donation amounts to support this. It's a small price to keep this pool ahead of the growth of the network...
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January 21, 2014, 02:18:15 PM
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I'm in as well, be nice if the top dog would as well.
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January 21, 2014, 02:20:12 PM
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Since Eligius is a zero fee pool, it is only fair that pool users offer to help out financially given the current crisis could be resolved with upgraded servers and more of WizKid's time.

Whiz, please post the donation address here.
Also, I agree to send 1/3 of my next payout from Eligius to the donation address given by WizKid.

I encourage others to do the same.

After all, you benefit from his work and he himself is not publicly asking for donations and it will help speed along the improvement process.


Like someone said earlier, you can set your account up to voluntarily pay a fee to the pool.

When you consider, during the recent problems, Wizkid had to manually pay out a million bucks in BTC to get things caught up and that was 2 days worth!

If everyone just set their account to pay a 1% fee to the pool for a week, Wizkid would have enough to get some upgraded hardware/servers/infrastructure.

Please respond if you are willing to do this!



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January 21, 2014, 02:45:38 PM
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Like someone said earlier, you can set your account up to voluntarily pay a fee to the pool.

When you consider, during the recent problems, Wizkid had to manually pay out a million bucks in BTC to get things caught up and that was 2 days worth!

If everyone just set their account to pay a 1% fee to the pool for a week, Wizkid would have enough to get some upgraded hardware/servers/infrastructure.

Please respond if you are willing to do this!



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January 21, 2014, 02:49:30 PM
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My stats are all at 0? But my shares are being accepted in BFGminer. Is everything going to be allright?
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January 21, 2014, 02:50:56 PM
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My stats are all at 0? But my shares are being accepted in BFGminer. Is everything going to be allright?

Whatever happens, it will be alright. The sun will rise tomorrow Wink

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January 21, 2014, 03:37:39 PM
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My stats are all at 0? But my shares are being accepted in BFGminer. Is everything going to be allright?

What does the big green letters say at the top of the pool page ?

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