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July 20, 2011, 10:13:58 PM
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1) Bring 1 GH/s or more to the pool and post here in this thread that you have signed up and are mining at ~1GH/s and i will toggle your account to 0 fees

Posting to note that I've brought 1gh/s on board, my username is the same on MF: Xurious. I'm barely hitting the 1gh/s at the moment, this damnable 95f weather is killing my rigs.

Simply because we are a new pool and dont have the reserves to front the 50 BTC ourselves yet.  Until 120 confirms there can always be a risk that the block we found can be orphaned and we receive no money for it.  At the moment, making no profit, we havent yet decided to take that risk.   We arent the only ones who work this way, btw.  Most other pools are similar. 

Indeed, most are not. I've just been used to working with BTCguild (Currently the backup). I hope MF is DDoS resilient, as that is one of the big reasons I had to find a new pool. Lost far too many shares in that debacle.

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July 20, 2011, 11:29:00 PM
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Added DTD (donations to date) stat at the top as suggested (good idea, btw!) Smiley  Click on it for more info!

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I was under the impression that the early adopters were not paying the pool 0.5% administration fees but that we were still giving 1% to charity.

No thats not the case.  0% fees is 0% fees.   There really is and was no catch to that.  We arent making anything right now (in fact we are at a loss if you dont count the bounty) Smiley

the idea was that the early adopters would help bootstrap the pool and that the latecomers would be the ones that the opensource devs and writers could benefit from.   We are currently trying to come up with a better approach that will make everyone much happier.   We will of course keep you up to date. 

I never thought there was any catch.   There was a clear distinction in my mind between the pool fees and the donations.   

It's hard to tell when looking at:

Early-Adopter: 0% Pool Fees
You are donating 0% extra fees


I guess the word "extra" made me think there was a base donation.  Maybe the second line should display the total % being donated instead of just the the additional donation %.  It might already be like that, it's hard to tell because I am an early adopter.     I would also remove the term fees from the second line.  I understand that technically it's all fees in the pool code but semantically it's not the same thing.

Maybe I am also just making this overly complicated, english is not my primary language.   IMHO the second line should just state "You are donating X%" or "You are donating X% of your mined bitcoins"

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July 20, 2011, 11:46:27 PM
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Posting to note that I've brought 1gh/s on board, my username is the same on MF: Xurious. I'm barely hitting the 1gh/s at the moment, this damnable 95f weather is killing my rigs.


Hmmm....strange i havent seen you over 750 or so yet... can you post a screenshot or something showing me this?
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July 20, 2011, 11:55:39 PM
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Where can i check ny number of share submitted and total shares per block?

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July 20, 2011, 11:58:47 PM
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I guess the word "extra" made me think there was a base donation.  Maybe the second line should display the total % being donated instead of just the the additional donation %.  It might already be like that, it's hard to tell because I am an early adopter.     I would also remove the term fees from the second line.  I understand that technically it's all fees in the pool code but semantically it's not the same thing.

Maybe I am also just making this overly complicated, english is not my primary language.   IMHO the second line should just state "You are donating X%" or "You are donating X% of your mined bitcoins"

All excellent points!  You are right about that donating of your fees string.  Doesnt make much sense now that i think of it.  Have a look at it now... should be clearer i hope.  

The other comments i will wait to reply on because what i say now will be invalid by the weekend.  We are re-doing how this is done now and i think everyone will like the new way better.
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July 21, 2011, 12:07:10 AM
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Where can i check ny number of share submitted and total shares per block?

total submitted is to your left.  Add past and current round and you have your total.

block stats are coming.... we are young... please bear with us.  Stats are the icing on the cake and better icing is being worked on.
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July 21, 2011, 01:34:15 AM
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I guess the word "extra" made me think there was a base donation.  Maybe the second line should display the total % being donated instead of just the the additional donation %.  It might already be like that, it's hard to tell because I am an early adopter.     I would also remove the term fees from the second line.  I understand that technically it's all fees in the pool code but semantically it's not the same thing.

Maybe I am also just making this overly complicated, english is not my primary language.   IMHO the second line should just state "You are donating X%" or "You are donating X% of your mined bitcoins"

All excellent points!  You are right about that donating of your fees string.  Doesnt make much sense now that i think of it.  Have a look at it now... should be clearer i hope.  

The other comments i will wait to reply on because what i say now will be invalid by the weekend.  We are re-doing how this is done now and i think everyone will like the new way better.

It's indeed much clearer now.  Thank you  Grin

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July 21, 2011, 02:52:31 AM
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Posting to note that I've brought 1gh/s on board, my username is the same on MF: Xurious. I'm barely hitting the 1gh/s at the moment, this damnable 95f weather is killing my rigs.
Hmmm....strange i havent seen you over 750 or so yet... can you post a screenshot or something showing me this?

I would say I'm sorry, but I can't apologize for the transformer outside my house blowing TWICE in the last 24 hours. They finally put a new fancy one up! (It's made me a very unhappy person. Power went down about 10 minutes after I joined MF with full power.)

Hashrate is back over 1gh/s with room to spare!

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July 21, 2011, 04:46:44 AM
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We're over 80 GH/s...nice.

I woke up to the sound of the fan on one of my 5970s grinding to a halt this morning.  It was not a pleasant way to wake up.  I hurriedly stumbled over to the computer, half asleep and half alarmed, to shut it down. 

I bet it will take 2 weeks before I get it back from RMA'ing it.  Dang!
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July 21, 2011, 06:13:45 AM
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Posting to note that I've brought 1gh/s on board, my username is the same on MF: Xurious. I'm barely hitting the 1gh/s at the moment, this damnable 95f weather is killing my rigs.
Hmmm....strange i havent seen you over 750 or so yet... can you post a screenshot or something showing me this?

I would say I'm sorry, but I can't apologize for the transformer outside my house blowing TWICE in the last 24 hours. They finally put a new fancy one up! (It's made me a very unhappy person. Power went down about 10 minutes after I joined MF with full power.)

Hashrate is back over 1gh/s with room to spare!

Indeed.... very easily breaking 1GH now Smiley  Your account has been toggled to early adopter


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I woke up to the sound of the fan on one of my 5970s grinding to a halt this morning.  It was not a pleasant way to wake up.  I hurriedly stumbled over to the computer, half asleep and half alarmed, to shut it down.  

Awww too bad! Lucky you heard it and didnt burn the house down! D


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FYI:  Conditions for special promotion for early adopter accounts has been updated and modified.


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July 21, 2011, 09:37:36 PM
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AnnihilaT,

I don't know how much work this is, but is it possible to get more detailed statistics regarding Hashrate?
For instance MH average per day, week?

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July 22, 2011, 09:23:01 AM
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AnnihilaT,

I don't know how much work this is, but is it possible to get more detailed statistics regarding Hashrate?
For instance MH average per day, week?

Yeah probably but i need to sort some other things first which have a little higher priority.  I put your request on my to-do list tho Smiley
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July 23, 2011, 05:58:04 PM
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Is there any way to discourage/punish people who leave while we have long rounds? I mean, all of us know that by switching pool, we could be getting more for our time, but it makes the round so much longer.

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July 23, 2011, 07:43:29 PM
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After watching the phoenix log for some time, I wonder why no new work gets pushed after a block was found by the network.
GPU_0 and GPU_1 are mining on 2 different pools for this test and both get the "new work pushed".

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GPU_0
[23/07/2011 21:18:24] Result: 0b0e8a39 accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:01] LP: New work pushed
[23/07/2011 21:19:03] Result: b3f9aa74 accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:22] Result: 39f71fdf accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:24] LP: New work pushed
[23/07/2011 21:19:29] Result: ff28bb4b accepted
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GPU_1
[23/07/2011 21:19:21] Result: 37f1fd93 accepted  
[23/07/2011 21:19:25] LP: New work pushed        
[23/07/2011 21:19:45] Result: 9738fe3f accepted  
[23/07/2011 21:19:45] Result: d1d0b90b accepted  
[23/07/2011 21:19:52] LP: New work pushed      
[23/07/2011 21:19:54] Result: d0dcb009 accepted  
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GPU_2 mainframe.nl
[23/07/2011 21:18:45] Result: 0397700c accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:00] Result: 591655d8 accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:02] Result: 190439f4 accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:23] Result: f2c8d7d8 accepted
[23/07/2011 21:19:42] Result: e832113b accepted
[23/07/2011 21:20:05] Result: 0dff1d00 accepted
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July 23, 2011, 07:52:10 PM
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Klaaster,

I think i read that had something to do with phoenix.... maybe i can run a test in a bit if you are around to test with me.   The miners i have tested (not phoenix) do in fact get new work pushed when the network finds a block but it might be something phoenix specific.   PM me if you are around to test a bit with me.
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July 23, 2011, 09:27:44 PM
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I had this "no new work pushed problem" above with phoenix miner r101 under ubuntu.
AnnihilaT changed something on server side and I restarted phonix miner. It now works well.

Thanks Anni. Smiley
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July 24, 2011, 12:19:56 AM
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I had this "no new work pushed problem" above with phoenix miner r101 under ubuntu.
AnnihilaT changed something on server side and I restarted phonix miner. It now works well.

Thanks Anni. Smiley

I actually changed it back before you got it working.... the fix was just to upgrade to latest phoenix if you are on linux.
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July 24, 2011, 03:23:12 PM
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Is there any way to discourage/punish people who leave while we have long rounds? I mean, all of us know that by switching pool, we could be getting more for our time, but it makes the round so much longer.

Yup, I've lost a little over 2btc so far... a 4 day block... and counting....

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July 24, 2011, 05:12:19 PM
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can you make an api for  the block list stats ?

or just put the information on public?

so I can add your pool to http://digbtc.com

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July 25, 2011, 02:18:05 AM
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Finally! After ~7.5mill. shares Smiley

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