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July 31, 2011, 11:12:52 PM
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Jine over at bitcoins.lc says that the issue with the json is permanently solved in the new system he is launching tonight.  Time will tell.  On the upside, 8 figure payments finally.  YAY.

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It was me uncommenting a few lines due to the 10m row.
It basically sets the stats to a static value to avoid having to do COUNT(*) against a 10m row's table.

Sorry for that, the issue is permanently solved in the new system and it shouldn't be an issue in the future.
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I was just manually managing bclc this morning. I probably lost some overnight but it's all working now. I get enough from bclc to make it worth keeping a watch on them. I think jine is probably at a point where fking with hoppers is boring and bclc is big enough that we only benefit him and the 247ers there.

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July 31, 2011, 11:23:53 PM
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Jine over at bitcoins.lc says that the issue with the json is permanently solved in the new system he is launching tonight.  Time will tell.  On the upside, 8 figure payments finally.  YAY.

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It was me uncommenting a few lines due to the 10m row.
It basically sets the stats to a static value to avoid having to do COUNT(*) against a 10m row's table.

Sorry for that, the issue is permanently solved in the new system and it shouldn't be an issue in the future.
- Jine


See joules? Tongue
I was just manually managing bclc this morning. I probably lost some overnight but it's all working now. I get enough from bclc to make it worth keeping a watch on them. I think jine is probably at a point where fking with hoppers is boring and bclc is big enough that we only benefit him and the 247ers there.

So does this mean bclc is safe to mine on now?

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July 31, 2011, 11:40:04 PM
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thanks djex, I was not putting all my attention  into this, working now

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July 31, 2011, 11:44:45 PM
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So does this mean bclc is safe to mine on now?

Yes and no. 

I dont know if they are still delaying stats.  If they are, you will still come out ahead on most rounds but efficiency is not going to be fantastic.  If they are not delaying stats, then yes its pretty safe to mine on.

Also, the owner of the pool has not been kind to miners.  I am going to mine them but constantly keep an eye on whether they are gaming stats or not.

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July 31, 2011, 11:50:56 PM
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cool; I guess I can tone down the hate a tiny bit. I do like the 8 digit payout. i'll give them another chance anyways.


If they were on fire AND I actually had to urinate, then I guess I WOULD piss on them


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August 01, 2011, 12:34:47 AM
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http://www.bitminersunion.org/ these guys look hop able
they list their shares anyways.

they havent found a block yet either..




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August 01, 2011, 12:57:10 AM
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http://www.bitminersunion.org/ these guys look hop able
they list their shares anyways.

they havent found a block yet either..

Yeah I was looking at their site yesterday. It should be hop-able since they have proportional payout but some people were complaining about this and wanted it changed to PPLNS.

More info in his first thread: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=33072.0

Now the question is are the stats delayed or not.

Edit: It seems like the stats are not delayed. Updates on each refresh of the page.

Edit 2: Added it to my pools, so far so good. Going to get the ~40% and monitor the profit to see if it drops any.

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August 01, 2011, 12:58:43 AM
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Just created a Github account and tried to create a pull request, hope it worked out as intended... Smiley

pools.cfg would then contain only developer relevant information, no longer some mess to edit in user names + passwords just because some pool now has a different API address.

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August 01, 2011, 01:44:35 AM
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Yeah I was looking at their site yesterday. It should be hop-able since they have proportional payout but some people were complaining about this and wanted it changed to PPLNS.

More info in his first thread: http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=33072.0

Now the question is are the stats delayed or not.

Edit: It seems like the stats are not delayed. Updates on each refresh of the page.

Edit 2: Added it to my pools, so far so good. Going to get the ~40% and monitor the profit to see if it drops any.

Care to share the config? json doesn't look like it's working.
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August 01, 2011, 02:20:28 AM
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[bmunion]
name: bitminersunion.org
mine_address: pool.bitminersunion.org:8341
api_address: http://67.249.146.78/stats.php
api_method:re
api_key:this round:([ 0-9]+)<br/>
api_strip:''
role:info
url: http://www.bitminersunion.org/
#CHANGE THIS
user: x
pass: x

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August 01, 2011, 02:24:43 AM
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Care to share the config? json doesn't look like it's working.

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[bitminersunion]
name: bitminersunion.com
url: http://www.bitminersunion.org
mine_address: pool.bitminersunion.org:8341
role: mine
api_address: http://67.249.146.78/stats.php
api_method: re
api_key: <br/>Shares this round:([ 0-9]+)<br/>
user: testuser
pass: testpass

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August 01, 2011, 02:35:51 AM
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So Sukrim is actively trying to piss off pool operators apparently:

Yeah I see, just hopped in again! Kiss

By the way - what is done against people gaming the jackpot by creating (e.g.) 100 accounts and simply running 100 miners on a GPU (not really a problem for GPUs, though I haven't tried with that high numbers) all going at CPU miner speed? I guess that could increase chances to "jack the pot" somewhat significantly and only costs time one to set the whole stuff up once.

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And hellooo >200GH/s hash rate! Thanks and gratulations to everyone who chooses to mine at massive losses just to make hoppers happy!

from the Triplemining thread:

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=23663.msg414447#msg414447

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August 01, 2011, 02:36:39 AM
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so both of those regexs work right?
if so I think I am beginning to understand them and can test a few myself when they dont have json

and do eligious payments show up as "generated"

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August 01, 2011, 02:39:03 AM
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and do eligious payments show up as "generated"


Yea, that freaked me out the first time.

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August 01, 2011, 02:43:11 AM
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So Sukrim is actively trying to piss off pool operators apparently:

Yeah I see, just hopped in again! Kiss

By the way - what is done against people gaming the jackpot by creating (e.g.) 100 accounts and simply running 100 miners on a GPU (not really a problem for GPUs, though I haven't tried with that high numbers) all going at CPU miner speed? I guess that could increase chances to "jack the pot" somewhat significantly and only costs time one to set the whole stuff up once.

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And hellooo >200GH/s hash rate! Thanks and gratulations to everyone who chooses to mine at massive losses just to make hoppers happy!

from the Triplemining thread:

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=23663.msg414447#msg414447

Yeah, I gave up doing that because it just doesn't work. I applaud his tenacity, but I think he's going to tread water. I've just concentrated on trying to help hopping be as efficient as possible until there are no prop pools left.

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August 01, 2011, 02:53:57 AM
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Yeah, I gave up doing that because it just doesn't work. I applaud his tenacity, but I think he's going to tread water. I've just concentrated on trying to help hopping be as efficient as possible until there are no prop pools left.

Oh.  I am in it for the money.  I would have stopped mining by now if it wasn't for hopping, and hopping has allowed me to continue.  I have absolutely no problem with pools remaining prop and the users who choose to use them.  There is PLENTY enough choice out there for people right now, I really don't think anyone should be trying to force the remaining prop pools into changing their systems.  Also, doing so means less pools for me to hop, which is bad.

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August 01, 2011, 02:55:28 AM
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Im not into poolhopping to get anyone to fix prop or whatever pay methods.

I like the extra payouts, I would prefer everyone to shhhh and just let this keep going Wink

That said, out of the entire network hashrate I could count perhaps 150-200gh of hopping power. that is less 1.5% of the total network, no way we are making a dent at all.

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August 01, 2011, 02:57:56 AM
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Im not into poolhopping to get anyone to fix prop or whatever pay methods.

I like the extra payouts, I would prefer everyone to shhhh and just let this keep going Wink

That said, out of the entire network hashrate I could count perhaps 150-200gh of hopping power. that is less 1.5% of the total network, no way we are making a dent at all.
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August 01, 2011, 03:03:05 AM
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Well, the more people use this hopper (and the better it works), the more pools we're gonna break by simply "DDoSing" them. I also want to see prop pools gone for good (or rather bad...), I like the profit in the mean time though, which I see as payment for my efforts in improving bitHopper. Tongue

200 GH of hoppers is even quite a chunk of a huge pool like btcguild. Smaller pools are known to double their hash rates due to hoppers. Whoever keeps mining there must be simply crazy...

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August 01, 2011, 03:19:42 AM
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Nofeemining.com is adding a new pool that can be used for backup (Just use a bitcoin address as a username), its cloud based and I ran them for a while and got 0 stales so I want to use them as a backup. I added the following to pool.cfg
Code:
[nofeebackup]
name:nofeebackup
mine_address:nofeemining.appspot.com:80
role:backup
#CHANGE THIS
#https://www.nofeemining.com/
user:1NnXZ27LyUFBR5r1RQr9gMgepC8zBSSB2N
pass:x
But I get the following error:
Code:
[03:14:47] RPC request [getwork] submitted to nofeebackup
Unhandled Error
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/twisted/internet/tcp.py", line 529, in connectionLost
    protocol.connectionLost(reason)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 823, in dispatcher
    return func(*args, **kwargs)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1427, in _connectionLost_WAITING
    self._disconnectParser(reason)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1356, in _disconnectParser
    parser.connectionLost(reason)
--- <exception caught here> ---
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 486, in connectionLost
    self.bodyDecoder.noMoreData()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/twisted/web/http.py", line 1366, in noMoreData
    finishCallback('')
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 401, in _finished
    self.finisher(rest)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1331, in _finishResponse
    connHeaders = self._parser.connHeaders.getRawHeaders('connection')
exceptions.AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'connHeaders'
Unhandled Error
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/twisted/internet/tcp.py", line 529, in connectionLost
    protocol.connectionLost(reason)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 823, in dispatcher
    return func(*args, **kwargs)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1427, in _connectionLost_WAITING
    self._disconnectParser(reason)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1356, in _disconnectParser
    parser.connectionLost(reason)
--- <exception caught here> ---
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 486, in connectionLost
    self.bodyDecoder.noMoreData()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/twisted/web/http.py", line 1366, in noMoreData
    finishCallback('')
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 401, in _finished
    self.finisher(rest)
  File "/home/user/bitHopper/_newclient.py", line 1331, in _finishResponse
    connHeaders = self._parser.connHeaders.getRawHeaders('connection')
exceptions.AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'connHeaders'
[03:14:52] RPC request [01070000] submitted to Polmine
Is this pool doing something different that is breaking the hopper?
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