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December 09, 2013, 11:45:22 PM
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Pool share difficulty at the moment is 0.108 so at constant mining at say 4 kh/s you'd be likely to find a share in about 1.34 days according to the Coinwarz calculator at http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/infinitecoin-mining-calculator/?h=4&p=500.00&pc=0.10&pf=0.00&d=0.10800000&r=65536.00000000&er=0.00000001&hc=0.00  . As it says there, this can very greatly depending on your luck.  Once you find a share you'll then start getting payments until that share runs out, or, if you find a further share before the first runs out, until that further share runs out etc.

With the hashrate that you mentioned it's best to use  iA6Yvv44fv2onsMHHZeiCWJT9W4i6LiuBn+0.00000582 rather than the +0.00011641 that you've posted.  This will help your hashrate graphs look more accurate.  At the moment I can only see red peaks mostly at around 1kh/s on your hourly graph.


so I may have used +0.00011641 on this address iQoPFARu8D6kFMqaTMnDrj8STXC26rPUqJ , it was on the third laptop , I have recieved 1k ifc uptill now on this address  . now i am using +0.00000582
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December 10, 2013, 02:02:25 AM
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Following an upgrade to Infinitecoin 1.85, the pool is currently having to re-load the blockchain.  I wasn't expecting the blockchain re-download to be necessary but 1.85 didn't seem to like the old database...grr.

Apologies for the hopefully short downtime.

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December 10, 2013, 02:36:35 AM
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Following an upgrade to Infinitecoin 1.85, the pool is currently having to re-load the blockchain.  I wasn't expecting the blockchain re-download to be necessary but 1.85 didn't seem to like the old database...grr.

Apologies for the hopefully short downtime.

Okay dear , thanks for the update I was at first a bit worried.
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December 10, 2013, 05:19:20 AM
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Well after all that, I've had to rollback to Infinitecoin version 1.8. It looks like version 1.85 is refusing connections from p2pool (or, from what I can gather, anything that it doesn't recognise as another version 1.85 of the Infinitecoin wallet) . I see that the other P2Pool is currently out of action, which I guess is probably because of this same problem (see Jude Austin's post at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=356065.msg3881370#msg3881370 )

I'll raise this with TECSHARE as this really needs to be fixed in version 1.9.

 

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December 10, 2013, 05:49:19 AM
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Well after all that, I've had to rollback to Infinitecoin version 1.8. It looks like version 1.85 is refusing connections from p2pool (or, from what I can gather, anything that it doesn't recognise as another version 1.85 of the Infinitecoin wallet) . I see that the other P2Pool is currently out of action, which I guess is probably because of this same problem (see Jude Austin's post at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=356065.msg3881370#msg3881370 )

I'll raise this with TECSHARE as this really needs to be fixed in version 1.9.

 

yes but we are back isn't it , its mining down here
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December 10, 2013, 06:05:37 AM
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Yes, we're back and mining as usual again now. Smiley

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December 10, 2013, 08:22:15 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...
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December 10, 2013, 10:06:44 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner
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December 10, 2013, 10:08:23 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner

It works with both.
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December 10, 2013, 10:21:46 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner

It works with both.

I don't know dear , some hoe the other I am not able to run it , it shows connection , I don't know whether I am inputing the correct url , how did u setup the cpuminer.
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December 10, 2013, 10:24:48 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner

It works with both.

I don't know dear , some hoe the other I am not able to run it , it shows connection , I don't know whether I am inputing the correct url , how did u setup the cpuminer.

Coinex
minerd --url stratum+tcp://stratum.coinex.pw:9003 -O WORKER:PASSWORD

Treasurequarry
minerd --url http://treasurequarry.com:9844 -O YOURADDRESS+0.00000582:PASSWORD
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December 10, 2013, 10:33:53 AM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner

It works with both.

I don't know dear , some hoe the other I am not able to run it , it shows connection , I don't know whether I am inputing the correct url , how did u setup the cpuminer.

Coinex
minerd --url stratum+tcp://stratum.coinex.pw:9003 -O WORKER:PASSWORD

Treasurequarry
minerd --url http://treasurequarry.com:9844 -O YOURADDRESS+0.00000582:PASSWORD



thankyou for coinex , http://treasurequarry.com is working okay , but haven't recieved any coin since yesterday may be hashrate is very less.
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December 10, 2013, 03:30:35 PM
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I did not receive any coin from http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/ too Sad
Who know what a minimum hashrate requirements on http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/

Thanks!

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December 10, 2013, 09:14:52 PM
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@Treasurequarry, little question can you see if there is something mining activity coming from iPHkv5w9gYoDPTuVZv98wF7tiTfeLnySUs because the last transaction is from 9-12-2013 04:27 (GMT+1).
I see that there is some problems with the new software version but i want to know just for sure that it's now working.
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December 10, 2013, 11:26:13 PM
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Something seems wrong with this pool. Friday had no problems mining but since then, not one coin generated.
Tried with several addresses and with cpuminer and cgminer the result is the same.
When I try with coinex pool I get coins right away and with a higher difficulty using both cpuminer or cgminer.
I know my hash rate is not great (from 3 to 13khs) but I should have got some coins as I used to get them on Friday and still get them with coinex...

can we use coinex with CPUMiner or just CGMiner

It works with both.

I don't know dear , some hoe the other I am not able to run it , it shows connection , I don't know whether I am inputing the correct url , how did u setup the cpuminer.

Coinex
minerd --url stratum+tcp://stratum.coinex.pw:9003 -O WORKER:PASSWORD


Treasurequarry
minerd --url http://treasurequarry.com:9844 -O YOURADDRESS+0.00000582:PASSWORD



I tried to config for Coinex the same way you told me for CPUMiner as written above but is giving me an error stating stratum authentication failed and is not connecting or mining, yes i pasted my ifc wallet address where it says youraddress and wrote the password that i wanted. Any idea what could it be
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December 10, 2013, 11:43:38 PM
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Yes, we're back and mining as usual again now. Smiley

Hi there , am sorry I am disturbing you again, but I need to ask this frm you .

This is IFC wallet address  iGFsfap8SV8eMaTECwXfWMviM8NJck9bhm that I have on my current machine has not made a single coin or mined a single coin since the 8th , the last coin or coins I recieved were on the 8th.

So I changed my wallet address (i3up41evA7Ca2t3ZxQpZutqGfGrBaLUMf2) on the same machine and within 12 hours it has produced a few coins and its hash rate is less than the previous address. i was a bit frustrated as the previous address was producing nothing at all even after continous mining and yes we were down for sometime but what could be the problem. it there any help or guidness that you can provide. 
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December 11, 2013, 01:28:27 AM
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bondi, Coinex isn't a p2pool, and the share difficulty is likely to be much lower there.  You may therefore (particulary noticeable with relatively low hashrates) end up being credited with lots of small payments  at Coinex rather than fewer and more spaced-out but larger blocks of payments at a p2pool like TreasureQuarry. Overall the long term total should end up roughly the same depending on your luck.

cheetah3, there's no minimum hashrate for mining, but if you have a relatively low hashrate please be aware that there may be longish gaps between you getting each run of payments

djdive, what speed is your miner reporting.  The hourly graphs look red and spikey which would indicate either a very low hashrate and/or you may need to check that you've got an appropriate +number after your IFC address to get your miner to report appropriate pseudo-shares to help your graph look better

alfaz12, remember that finding a share is all about luck.  You seem to have just unlucky been unlucky since the 8th December when mining on the iGFsfap8SV8eMaTECwXfWMviM8NJck9bhm  but got lucky with the i3up41evA7Ca2t3ZxQpZutqGfGrBaLUMf2 address. 

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December 11, 2013, 12:14:54 PM
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bondi, Coinex isn't a p2pool, and the share difficulty is likely to be much lower there.  You may therefore (particulary noticeable with relatively low hashrates) end up being credited with lots of small payments  at Coinex rather than fewer and more spaced-out but larger blocks of payments at a p2pool like TreasureQuarry. Overall the long term total should end up roughly the same depending on your luck.

What I find odd is that I was getting payments every few minutes (check this address iHM4FcFWqKnrvnVkuHMBYvaicWFxUF2NVp) and then after the 6th no payments at all using the same rate. Something changed, I  think... Maybe it has something to do with the changes you did on the 6th when you had that suspicious activity...
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December 11, 2013, 03:06:19 PM
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bondi, Coinex isn't a p2pool, and the share difficulty is likely to be much lower there.  You may therefore (particulary noticeable with relatively low hashrates) end up being credited with lots of small payments  at Coinex rather than fewer and more spaced-out but larger blocks of payments at a p2pool like TreasureQuarry. Overall the long term total should end up roughly the same depending on your luck.

What I find odd is that I was getting payments every few minutes (check this address iHM4FcFWqKnrvnVkuHMBYvaicWFxUF2NVp) and then after the 6th no payments at all using the same rate. Something changed, I  think... Maybe it has something to do with the changes you did on the 6th when you had that suspicious activity...

Nothing has changed. YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED.

Please read the entire thread if you wish to learn about his past victims.

If the psudo share diff is really that high, you are better off solo mining. lol

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December 12, 2013, 12:56:20 AM
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bondi, the way that p2pool works is that once you find a share you start getting payments when p2pool next finds a block.  Payments then continue to be made to you when subsequent blocks are found by the pool  until that share runs out.   This is why you had a run of payments starting 2013-12-06 02:10:42 .  You would have found a share shortly before that time.  You had quite a long run of payments on that day, so may have found a second share at some stage before (or shortly after)  the first ran out.

To start getting another run of payments you need to find another share. How long this takes depends on the pool's share diffculty (currently 0.184), your hashrate, luck and whether you're mining contantly at a constant hashrate or on-and-off.  I've looked at the graphs page for you to try to get an idea of the pattern of your hashrate but all I can see is a couple of short spikes on the weekly graph.  Are you using an appropriate +number for your pseudo-share setting after your Infinitecoin Address when running your miner (please see the "Choosing your psuedo-share dificulty" part of the first post in this thread)?  

The changes on 6th December were only to make the minimum pseudo-share difficulty 0.00000582. This would not have affected payouts in any way as psuedo-shares are not used to determine payouts.    

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