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July 27, 2011, 03:44:16 PM
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Same, I split mhash between my hopper and deepbit/slush recently, especially when the hopper is acting up or I'm messing with it, that way the other miner will ramp up when the other is idle or acting up.

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July 27, 2011, 04:03:30 PM
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bitcoins.lc seems to have PPLNS. My estimated earnings dropped rapidly and now I have 0 estimated BTCs in a 2h+ round. I disabled it again.

I think they are also still screwing with stats:

Site:
Valid shares for current round 1 461 811
Shares for current round 357 739

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July 27, 2011, 04:07:30 PM
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bitcoins.lc seems to have PPLNS. My estimated earnings dropped rapidly and now I have 0 estimated BTCs in a 2h+ round. I disabled it again.

I think they are also still screwing with stats:

Site:
Valid shares for current round 1 461 811
Shares for current round 357 739

Ryouiki:
21%   357739



Stats for bitcoins.lc is delayed 0-60mins before we get the actual reports.

And not sure where you got your stats, but it says:

alid shares for current round 395 533
Shares for current round 410 387


That 1 461 811 is from previous round.

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July 27, 2011, 04:09:34 PM
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c00w Any way you could split the password/pool file so that each pool gets its own file, and put them in a \pools\*.pool?  
That would make it much quicker to update single pools without having to go through all the changes to the default files.
(append a version number somewhere in the file, and check it so old/outdated file layouts doesn't break the proxy)
Would be truly superb if you also allowed for new pools just to be dumped in the folder containing the files and have the proxy detect them without a restart, but guessing that would be quite abit of work to do.
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July 27, 2011, 04:12:11 PM
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why mine_slush jumps @ 0 shares with f597e2a15258a125f36c, I thought it should jump @ 4*difficulty

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July 27, 2011, 04:26:39 PM
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Bitclockers is permanently "lagging" for some reason.

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July 27, 2011, 04:27:25 PM
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Also, would it be possible to make the poolnames in the stat page into http links to the pool login pages?

Bitclockers is permanently "lagging" for some reason.

Its called beeing poolhopped not lagged  Tongue
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July 27, 2011, 04:33:36 PM
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Also, would it be possible to make the poolnames in the stat page into http links to the pool login pages?

Bitclockers is permanently "lagging" for some reason.

Its called beeing poolhopped not lagged  Tongue

No  I mean that it never ever connects for me anymore.  I think I may have been IP banned. 

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July 27, 2011, 04:35:10 PM
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bitcoins.lc seems to have PPLNS. My estimated earnings dropped rapidly and now I have 0 estimated BTCs in a 2h+ round. I disabled it again.

I think they are also still screwing with stats:

Site:
Valid shares for current round 1 461 811
Shares for current round 357 739

Ryouiki:
21%   357739



Stats for bitcoins.lc is delayed 0-60mins before we get the actual reports.

And not sure where you got your stats, but it says:

alid shares for current round 395 533
Shares for current round 410 387


That 1 461 811 is from previous round.

Yeah, I guess that is what's weird with bclc. I copied from the /stats page and it was a freshly loaded/reloaded page. There is just inconsistency in what you get from bclc.

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July 27, 2011, 05:30:18 PM
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btlc is the only pool I am really against.

I dont like them at all. I dont like the owner, I dont like how he handles things. I dont like how their system will only pay you .1 and will cut off the change.. but you can donate to them 0.00000001.

and they delay stats and you get funky shit as you can see... really they should be removed from the hopper and ignored for the rest of eternity.

But yall do what you want, as you can tell i hate em. I wouldnt piss on their pool if it was on fire.

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July 27, 2011, 05:33:51 PM
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so you don't recommend them joules?


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July 27, 2011, 06:13:58 PM
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polmine website down for the moment.
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July 27, 2011, 06:20:24 PM
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Its back up but the polish and american polmine are giving different numbers...

Polish claims it just found a block though.

EDIT: Its all good. The english site just lags by about 2-3 minutes.

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July 27, 2011, 06:47:10 PM
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Its back up but the polish and american polmine are giving different numbers...

Polish claims it just found a block though.

There's an American polmine?  Ive been translating through google translate.  An english version would be awesome.

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July 27, 2011, 06:49:06 PM
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The regex for polmine needs an update, this should work:

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def polmine_sharesResponse(self, response):
        output = re.search(r"stkich: &nbsp; </b> <br/>([ 0-9]+)<br/>", response)
        output_speed = re.search(r"kopalni to<b>([ 0-9\.]+)</b>", response)
        if output != None and output_speed != None:
            round_shares = int(output.group(1).replace(' ',''))
            speed = float(output_speed.group(1))
            server = self.servers['polmine']
            server['ghash'] = speed
            self.UpdateShares('polmine',round_shares)
        else:
            self.bitHopper.log_msg('regex fail : polmine')

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July 27, 2011, 06:50:28 PM
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Its back up but the polish and american polmine are giving different numbers...

Polish claims it just found a block though.

I noted some lag on the english version sometimes

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July 27, 2011, 07:05:38 PM
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Nice to know... which fork do you think has the most promise? I'm divided where I should do some of my hacking...

I tried Ryouiki's latest changes and just based on a few hours of mining, the dynamic penalty thing isn't working out too well for me. Stays on a pool too long in some cases...

agreed. Need a "Use Dynamic Penalty []" option somewhere.

Done, you can try my latest changes in github, improved slicing calculations at startup (sometimes non-optimal server was picked).
https://github.com/echiu64/bitHopper

Code needs to be cleaned up to dynamically accept various hopping algorithms, that will help keep the forks relatively close together I think...

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July 27, 2011, 07:13:22 PM
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is namecoin mining dead at this point?

I notice that role:disable is being used now in latest c00w pool.cfg.

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July 27, 2011, 07:17:14 PM
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is namecoin mining dead at this point?

I notice that role:disable is being used now in latest c00w pool.cfg.

With the current exchange rates, I'd say yes.

Had nmc-mining enabled (bitparking) for ~18 hrs, and while my efficiency in terms of NMC was 135%, after exchange to BTC it came out to 65%

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July 27, 2011, 07:20:09 PM
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is namecoin mining dead at this point?

I notice that role:disable is being used now in latest c00w pool.cfg.

With the current exchange rates, I'd say yes.

Had nmc-mining enabled (bitparking) for ~18 hrs, and while my efficiency in terms of NMC was 135%, after exchange to BTC it came out to 65%

At current price you need atleast 200% efficiency just to breakeven with btc value.

So yeh its a bit of a shitty one atm Wink

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