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September 07, 2013, 07:17:16 PM
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Great job on the pool BTW

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September 07, 2013, 07:25:30 PM
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I have two rigs, should I use the same BTC payout address as my user name for both rigs or should I creates separate addresses for each rig? Two workers or the same worker for both rigs?  Does this make any difference?

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September 07, 2013, 07:42:29 PM
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i've got three; i mine on the same address the only thing i think may be a problem is;

[2013-09-07 20:32:37] Rejected ce2e1390 Diff 912/512 GPU 0 pool 0 (Job '6a1d' not found)

lots of the above.

I may try proxying to see if that changes anything
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September 07, 2013, 07:48:55 PM
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I have two rigs, should I use the same BTC payout address as my user name for both rigs or should I creates separate addresses for each rig? Two workers or the same worker for both rigs?  Does this make any difference?

Doesn't matter, Smiley. Running two separate addresses lets you separate your stats though so you can keep up with when problems are arising.
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September 07, 2013, 09:55:16 PM
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Any thoughts on why I'm hashing at 4 MH/s and in the stats my MH/s keeps fluctuating, but I haven't seen any of the balances (Immature, Unexchanged, Balance (BTC)) changed at all for at least an hour and a half?  Perhaps longer.

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September 07, 2013, 10:55:18 PM
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Does having a difficulty as high as 512 reduce my profits?

No. The only downside is that it increases your very short-term variance since you'll only find a share every minute or so on a 1 MH/s rig. There is misinformation on the bitcoin forum stating that a high difficulty reduces your profit if you have a slow GPU. This is untrue. It has no influence on your profit.

Has this been tested at all? Or are you still just guessing?

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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

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September 08, 2013, 05:51:18 AM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

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September 08, 2013, 05:53:25 AM
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Has this been tested at all? Or are you still just guessing?

Difficulty discussion is over here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279644

I have not tested it. I am almost certain though.

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September 08, 2013, 07:43:12 AM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

Proxy the pool into wemineltc and wemineftc (for LTC/FTC) to reduce variance.
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September 08, 2013, 12:35:55 PM
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is the pool down?

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September 08, 2013, 12:37:32 PM
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is the pool down?

No. It's up.

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September 08, 2013, 03:19:34 PM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

Proxy the pool into wemineltc and wemineftc (for LTC/FTC) to reduce variance.

i am mining now for over a month with this pool. i have no problem at all with variance. what do i care if we have some bad days in a row? are you really dependend on 0.01 BTC more on a certain day?
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September 08, 2013, 09:47:28 PM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

Proxy the pool into wemineltc and wemineftc (for LTC/FTC) to reduce variance.

i am mining now for over a month with this pool. i have no problem at all with variance. what do i care if we have some bad days in a row? are you really dependend on 0.01 BTC more on a certain day?

I think its naive not to question when you see hours and hours go by and your payout doesn't change with a high hash rate. Not sure who was complaining about .01 BTC but perhaps you didn't read something clearly.
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September 08, 2013, 09:50:37 PM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

Proxy the pool into wemineltc and wemineftc (for LTC/FTC) to reduce variance.

If that could be done stellar.

I know this has been suggested before but doesn't seem to be acknowledged. With this pools low hash rate, if LTC was the issue, we shouldn't be anywhere near that coin. Difficulty is to high for middlecoin by itself. Wemineltc has 7 times the hash rate and I have many hours where they don't find a block.

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September 08, 2013, 10:23:05 PM
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ltc diff is now over 1100 and wemineltc has now an average block time of 11.9 minutes.
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September 08, 2013, 10:29:49 PM
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Has this been tested at all? Or are you still just guessing?

Difficulty discussion is over here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279644

I have not tested it. I am almost certain though.

WTF is the big issue? Test it for a day, and see what happens, ffs. STFU about server load. You are not the only Pool operator on the planet, and they all seem to be able to handle VARRDIFF. Your probably making a nice bit of change of the pool fees. Stop being such a slum load pool operator, and, if need be, upgrade your fucking servers. Just look at the list of people, who have stopped mining at your pool, because of this. Add VARDIFF, they start mining at your pool again, you collect more fees. This isn't exactly rocket science. VARDIFF = MORE MINER = MORE FEES = MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET

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September 08, 2013, 10:57:13 PM
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...You are not the only Pool operator on the planet...

Your overreaction shows your fear of those who dare to be different, so please move on to your average pool operator for your average results.

Or if you have more under your hood than shouting from the sidelines: start your own pool and proof you're right and h2odysee is wrong. Please keep me informed then.

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September 09, 2013, 01:55:04 AM
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I posted something on this earlier today, not response, but am a bit concerned. Been a long time user of this pool and built tools to support it. Today has been a concern to me and need help understanding the why or may opt to jump ship if I can't explain it. I am running 4 MH/s of hashing power. All day pulling in about 420 shares an hour consistently with low rejects. Very low. Like 8 or so right now and not far off from that all day except a couple times. Around 3:30pm CST I was at .061 BTC with a bit over .025 BTC immature and .01ish unexchanged. It's now 9:15PM CST and at .068 BTC and around the same level of immature and unexchanged as 3:30. You can't tell me that for almost 6 hours I got .007 BTC and no, there isn't a bunch sitting in immature. Any explanation what's going on?

I think we were mining LTC then, so it may be the case that we just didn't get many blocks during that time. I'm not really sure.

Proxy the pool into wemineltc and wemineftc (for LTC/FTC) to reduce variance.

If that could be done stellar.

I know this has been suggested before but doesn't seem to be acknowledged. With this pools low hash rate, if LTC was the issue, we shouldn't be anywhere near that coin. Difficulty is to high for middlecoin by itself. Wemineltc has 7 times the hash rate and I have many hours where they don't find a block.

JR

WemineLTC has never had 1 hour blocks for a very very very long time...

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September 09, 2013, 02:11:15 AM
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I would like to proxy another LTC pool. But it's not high priority, partly because our profits would be less. Wemineltc doesn't pay out transaction fees, so it's not exactly 100% fee-less. Also, our ping time to the closest wemineltc server is 45 ms, which would increase our orphan rate.

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