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August 03, 2013, 09:37:03 PM
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Those Jalapenos sound tasty! Smiley

We seem to have had a bit of a drop in mining at the Quarry so blocks are coming a bit slow tonight.  A low pool hashrate relative to the global Infinitecoin hashrate may actually be more likely to be the reason why BitCoinPokerBro had noticed a few gaps of an hour or two in getting payouts every now and then.  Oh...we've just found a block as I'm writing this, that's good - I was about to say we're approaching an hour and a half since our last block and one is solved...yay!

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August 05, 2013, 09:41:26 AM
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Hello Treasureseeker,

I got alltogether now 41600 IFC, looks cool!

One Question: Do you think it´t possible to mine LiteCoin or other Scrypt-based coins together with IFC? Is there something I can do by myself to do this? Or it´s dependant on the pool?

I hope it´s going all well with all the coins ;-)
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August 05, 2013, 11:37:08 PM
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Congratulations, Cockeyed, those Infinitecoins are adding up nicely!

I've not seen any true merged mining with Scrypt coins.  I've read different things about it - some people seem to think that it's possible to be done at the pool end somehow, whereas others say it would need a complete change to coins' blockchain and code.  I'd hazard a guess that the latter is probably correct. 

Wishing us all luck with the mining! Smiley

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August 12, 2013, 03:34:38 PM
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Choosing your psuedo-share difficulty

To get a good representation of your hashrate on the pool's graphs, and also to possibly improve your efficiency, you may find that adding the following to the end of your Infinitecoin address (including the + sign) will help. Just find your nearest hashrate from the table below:

Hash Rate
(KHash/s)   Difficulty
1        +0.00000116
5        +0.00000582
10      +0.00001164
50      +0.00005821
100     +0.00011641
250     +0.00029103
500     +0.00058207
750     +0.00087310
1000    +0.00116414

For example with a 55 KHash/s machine, use:

minerd -o http://treasurequarry.com:9844 -u YOURINFINITECOINADDRESSHERE+0.00058207 -p x

This will make your miner report when it finds "pseudo-shares" of a certain difficulty (you'll still need to find real shares for payments to start, which may take anything between a few seconds to a half a day or so, depending on your hashrate).  Once you do find a share, payments will start going straight to your wallet as soon as the p2pool finds blocks.   Due to the way p2pool's PPLNS (pay per last N shares) works, the payments may seem to start slow but will reach a peak and reasonably steady rate after a couple of days or so.


I've been playing with the site for some time, and lending all my my hashpower at times (10Mh/s).  How far can I push your + notation?

for example, for a 2.6Mh/s rig... can/should I use +0.003 ?

Why not just set all my boxes to +.1 ?

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August 12, 2013, 06:42:14 PM
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Yes, +0.003 would be a good setting based on 2.6Mh/s.  

You could set all your machines to +0.1, but you would end up with extremely spiky looking statistics on the graphs page.  The suggested pseudo share difficulties based on your hashrate give a good balance between being small enough to allow p2pool to identify and graph your ongoing hashrate, whilst being not too short which would cause excessive traffic (reporting of lots of small pseudo-shares found) between your miner and the pool, which seems to increase your reported DOA/efficiency rate.

Apart from that, the actual size of the pseudo-shares isn't vital, as pseudo-shares themselves aren't used by p2pool in calculation of your earnings.  It's only when the real shares are found that you'll get credit toward the block shareouts.  You can see the difficulty of the real shares on the front statistics page at http://treasurequarry.com:9844/static/  .  This real-share difficulty will vary depending on the pool's total hashrate. Smiley

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August 13, 2013, 06:48:19 AM
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Why am I not being paid for some/many of the blocks ?

iC6Yr743UWVzt3vtYWBXGxPsZNBmUzjgNB

196495
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a

196471
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/066f236f4cfac98f7729c80cd74b187ef096aaa3ae0929c401ca407eb8868ada

There are others aswell.

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August 13, 2013, 12:58:34 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.
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August 13, 2013, 01:06:16 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.

Comparing blocks where I was not paid (which there is a lot) and blocks I was paid -- it appears completely different payout addresses are being credited.

Block where I get paid (2013-08-13 12:58:31):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/66223b0a52a98d3132e3b4648b58f90c94314dc2c2ab6bdf5ce8361e3de8bd6c

No Payment (2013-08-13 06:31:19):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a
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August 13, 2013, 04:19:17 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.

Comparing blocks where I was not paid (which there is a lot) and blocks I was paid -- it appears completely different payout addresses are being credited.

Block where I get paid (2013-08-13 12:58:31):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/66223b0a52a98d3132e3b4648b58f90c94314dc2c2ab6bdf5ce8361e3de8bd6c

No Payment (2013-08-13 06:31:19):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a

We deserve an explanation and proper payment.

They seem to come in spurts. Its as if an alternate pool is jumping in. :/

I had to look 30ish blocks down to find the latest one..
19728
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a18a87496bbc40f29925e15f52b873d0164fa5fbd46ca32b4fab6543e852b77d

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August 13, 2013, 04:35:55 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.

Comparing blocks where I was not paid (which there is a lot) and blocks I was paid -- it appears completely different payout addresses are being credited.

Block where I get paid (2013-08-13 12:58:31):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/66223b0a52a98d3132e3b4648b58f90c94314dc2c2ab6bdf5ce8361e3de8bd6c

No Payment (2013-08-13 06:31:19):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a

We deserve an explanation and proper payment.

They seem to come in spurts. Its as if an alternate pool is jumping in. :/

I had to look 30ish blocks down to find the latest one..
19728
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a18a87496bbc40f29925e15f52b873d0164fa5fbd46ca32b4fab6543e852b77d

I think you mean block 197298
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August 13, 2013, 04:41:34 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.

Comparing blocks where I was not paid (which there is a lot) and blocks I was paid -- it appears completely different payout addresses are being credited.

Block where I get paid (2013-08-13 12:58:31):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/66223b0a52a98d3132e3b4648b58f90c94314dc2c2ab6bdf5ce8361e3de8bd6c

No Payment (2013-08-13 06:31:19):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a

We deserve an explanation and proper payment.

They seem to come in spurts. Its as if an alternate pool is jumping in. :/

I had to look 30ish blocks down to find the latest one..
19728
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a18a87496bbc40f29925e15f52b873d0164fa5fbd46ca32b4fab6543e852b77d

I think you mean block 197298

The one before this is:

197258
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/d86d4fb1b116ad079d23a149338cf181db792bbbfddceb177284d8d310c45e75

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August 13, 2013, 05:59:15 PM
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Mine was not paid either:

iEfKnvswFxSfSQbDozFJyLjuyVPGPFob5r

Very strange.

Comparing blocks where I was not paid (which there is a lot) and blocks I was paid -- it appears completely different payout addresses are being credited.

Block where I get paid (2013-08-13 12:58:31):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/66223b0a52a98d3132e3b4648b58f90c94314dc2c2ab6bdf5ce8361e3de8bd6c

No Payment (2013-08-13 06:31:19):
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a

We deserve an explanation and proper payment.

They seem to come in spurts. Its as if an alternate pool is jumping in. :/

I had to look 30ish blocks down to find the latest one..
19728
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/a18a87496bbc40f29925e15f52b873d0164fa5fbd46ca32b4fab6543e852b77d

I think you mean block 197298

The one before this is:

197258
http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/block/d86d4fb1b116ad079d23a149338cf181db792bbbfddceb177284d8d310c45e75



Our addys are both missing from all/most of these blocks.

TreasureSeeker is online.. I'm sure he'll clear this up.

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August 13, 2013, 07:49:15 PM
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Good questions, Hippie Tech and powpow.  You had me worried there for a while, but after looking into it, these are orphaned blocks.

Generally with found blocks, if you go to the search box on the block explorer at http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/chain/Infinitecoin and type in the block number you'll get just one infinitecoin block displayed on the results. For example if you input block 123456 you 'll get:


    Infinitecoin 123456
    Bitcoin (BTC)
    Testnet (BC0)
    Namecoin (NMC)
    Weeds (WDS)
    BeerTokens (BER)
    SolidCoin (SCN)
    ScTestnet (SC0)
    Infinitecoin (IFC)

 
However, if you go to the search box on the block explorer at http://exploretheblocks.com:2750/chain/Infinitecoin and type any of the block numbers that you've mentioned, you'll get two results - our orphaned block which doesn't have the block number beside it (but has just a block hash instead) and the the "real block" (booo!) which has the block number beside it, for example using block 196495 the results are

    Infinitecoin 196495
    Infinitecoin a7430f2fbbecc12f1a0fcbbe6dfb80c84d6786c87aed70b6b637a3e42c4d824a
    Bitcoin (BTC)
    Testnet (BC0)
    Namecoin (NMC)
    Weeds (WDS)
    BeerTokens (BER)
    SolidCoin (SCN)
    ScTestnet (SC0)
    Infinitecoin (IFC)

The payout addresses listed in our orphaned blocks are actually some kind of alternative version of your own addresses.  For example, Hippie Tech's address iC6Yr743UWVzt3vtYWBXGxPsZNBmUzjgNB  has its alternative version of 19d2R2ef47EdTqi43iD1pAddMuuYuAsYqU displayed in the orphaned blocks.  This can be confirmed by putting each of those two versions of the address into the block explorer search - you'll see that all of the transactions are identical. 

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August 13, 2013, 09:40:12 PM
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Ah, that clears it up!  Thanks.
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August 13, 2013, 10:58:41 PM
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i keep noticing weird behavior with the IFC wallet and the best response i can get so far is
IFC's wallet is randomly getting info from the LTC wallet, hence why i randomly get out of sync and the wallet's blocks double..
its always somewhere around 198,151 blocks, but then out of no where it doubles and saying syncing (half way done)
and i mine on your p2pool and run my wallet 24/7 with out ever turning it off, but restarting the block count goes back how it was an i'm synced instantly.
anyway i'm told this is normal and was actually laughed at more than once for bringing it and when i tried to get any details about this
i was raged on by one guy who said he already explained it and that i should stfu.. (on cryptsy's chat box)
what that guy told me was something like it's picking up data from the wrong chain which is pretty much what i already had heard previously lol

big deal or not i figured it was worth mentioning and curious if others have had this..
and aside from when the pool gets popular and my payments slow down i think its all working just fine.
good pool and solid up time.. thanks for sharing your pool with us your doing a good job i think with it Smiley

in case anyone is curious what one i am in the stats i am
iG1DGcwK5Fzva9UihBWcfKxQufFGmjB1Lu
doing avg 80kh/s on my nvidia 550Ti and occasionally restarting with a 9400GT for 2 running (gives me a total of 85kh/s)

before i hit submit i checked my conf..

Code:
rpcuser= ?
rpcpassword= ?
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=9332
port=9333
daemon=1
server=1
gen=0

i use the wallet for testing connections to a Cudaminer mod i am coding
which is why the conf is like that, BUT i have not had any issues with anything anywhere near doing some test connections to my wallet..
i mentioned that to show everyone i don't have any nodes added manually Wink

oh yeah and i have gotten sporadic and stratum random receive line errors from Cudaminer and other people have too but i don't know if its related to this pool.
hadn't seen it in week or two then yesterday it happened like 3 times fairly quick (when hashing was at around 30 MH/s)

disclaimer:
this is not a request for an angry flame war ..i'm stating strange behavior i have noticed and the context it was in, nothing more.
people can take what they will with this info.

seems you word something wrong its go time for a fight at the drop of a hat.. lot of attitude in the Altcoin scene (too many experts with pissy attitudes)

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August 13, 2013, 11:16:29 PM
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by the way i did some digging just now and i am getting a lot of blocks where i am not paid or listed too
not sure if that is because my hash power is low or what but i figure i should get something right ? even if its a small amount ?

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August 14, 2013, 12:24:56 AM
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Thanks for the positive comments about the pool, Spoetnik. Looking at the graphs I can see a short period of about an hour or so when you wouldn't have received a payment this morning.  This is around the time that the total pool hashrate was quite high.  If your own hashrate is small in relative terms to the total pool hashrate, you will find that p2pool starts creating gaps in your actual payments (in a similar way as Cockeyed has experienced, but to a lesser degree in your case as your hashrate is higher).  Overrall in the longer term it should work out that your paid the correct amount though.

Regarding the resynching of the IFC wallet , I've noticed that happening every now and then on my home computer.  I noticed tonight that I hadn't added the port number in my infinitecoin.conf file on my home PC so I've now added

port=9321

Time will tell over the next few days if this will stop the resynching I guess.

If you can tell me the exact cudaminer messages and the times they happen I may be able to look into that for you.

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August 14, 2013, 07:31:00 PM
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Wow, that fly of yours must be bringing us good luck. 

Announcement: Please be nice to the flies and don't use fly spray in the quarry.  Smiley

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August 15, 2013, 07:26:14 PM
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Ha ha - I did warn you (or at least c1010010) that things would look spikey if you used those much higher pseudo shares Smiley

Bit of a shock to see the massive bee when I visited the thread (apologies to the bee for calling it a fly).   At that size it's really impressive though how much detail you got there from such a small scale - can see it has what almost looks like feathery toes on its feet.  Can I ask what camera you used?  

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August 16, 2013, 11:17:54 AM
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Hello there, I've been mining a lot on your pool recently with no problems, but I switched my rig on last night and no payments so far at 120kh (for at least a couple hours of mining, last night and this morning included). Is this to be expected?

Thanks.

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