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August 06, 2011, 05:13:19 AM
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my bud who is on a flaky 5770.. has over 500 share with them and no rejects(since the last i cleared his database) and it never seems to turn red there.. maybe speed is an issue? but that would be odd.

clipse you try cherry pickers yet?

Makes sense just for the part that he prob requests 1, maybe 2, getworks every 5seconds. Bitclockers shoddy servers can actually handle that extreme traffic lol

Ive tried cherrypicker and glad it didnt work(same issues still) mainly because I have no plans to migrate my mining farm to windows machines for just one pool, so I will find another solution somewhere/somehow. Smiley

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August 06, 2011, 05:16:59 AM
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shouldnt cherry work on linux? isnt it just java?


C00w see an error in the console doesnt seem to be effecting me but thought i'd share.


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2011-08-06 01:15:25-0400 [HTTPChannel,256,127.0.0.1] 'data_callback_error'
2011-08-06 01:15:25-0400 [HTTPChannel,256,127.0.0.1] "global name 'time' is not
defined"

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August 06, 2011, 05:25:48 AM
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Are they still charging to use CherryPicker (not that I'm bothered about switching).  Just curious.
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August 06, 2011, 05:26:58 AM
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I added the new user processing to altslice. What scheduler are you using that doesn't show the users?

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August 06, 2011, 05:32:15 AM
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I'm just running bitHopper.py naked..should it have arguments, someone told me the slicer scheduler was the default?


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August 06, 2011, 05:37:19 AM
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I'm just running bitHopper.py naked..should it have arguments, someone told me the slicer scheduler was the default?

The default is the slice scheduler, there is also an altslicescheduler that cuts up time into each eligble pool.

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August 06, 2011, 05:37:42 AM
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It is the default. It should be showing users though. I updated to fix that bug which may fix everything. Or it may not. Can you update and check if it shows your workers?

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August 06, 2011, 05:45:46 AM
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Is ozco.in banning IPs? I get
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Fatal error: Uncaught BitcoinClientException: [0]: Connect error: Connection refused (111) thrown in on line 0
  in my account on the page and api error in bitHopper.
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August 06, 2011, 05:50:44 AM
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ozcoin.. has a planned outage.. not sure if it is now but it said something on their page about it earlier.

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August 06, 2011, 05:54:07 AM
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It is the default. It should be showing users though. I updated to fix that bug which may fix everything. Or it may not. Can you update and check if it shows your workers?

Hi mate, mine is showing:

User    Shares
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x   [object Object]
username   [object Object]
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August 06, 2011, 06:02:31 AM
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user is back with newest update

under last seen it says 1312610429.514.. not sure what that means.

but he is there }:=D



the website has that little bug still that gnaget or someone was talking about, where if you scroll to the bottom the second ajax updates it scrolls you a couple lines up obscuring your user.

i think if you just include some extra blank space at the bottom it would be an easy fix for that.

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August 06, 2011, 06:08:50 AM
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I'm just running bitHopper.py naked..should it have arguments, someone told me the slicer scheduler was the default?

The default is the slice scheduler, there is also an altslicescheduler that cuts up time into each eligble pool.

does it have a different command line? when i run bitHopper.py --scheduler altSliceScheduler it says it cant find scheduler altSliceScheduler switching to default

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August 06, 2011, 06:31:43 AM
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Ok, here's the test to see if Slush is fixed Wink

EDIT:  All good Smiley

Oops, no, not fixed.    If you're mid slice when the pool switches to Slush, it'll stay on slush (past 10%) until the slice figures catch up.

EDIT: Ignore that, I had it set to "mine", not "mine_slush"
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August 06, 2011, 07:19:58 AM
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A really helpful feature would be a reboot computer link at the status page..
When my PC freezes, Teamviewer often dies but the bithopper status page is still responsive. Would be good to be able to restart the PC remotely via this page.

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August 06, 2011, 07:42:11 AM
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I'm just running bitHopper.py naked..should it have arguments, someone told me the slicer scheduler was the default?

The default is the slice scheduler, there is also an altslicescheduler that cuts up time into each eligble pool.

does it have a different command line? when i run bitHopper.py --scheduler altSliceScheduler it says it cant find scheduler altSliceScheduler switching to default

I'm guessing because I've been using a modified ryo fork for a bit while c00w was improving his recently, but maybe since old slice is default maybe you just need to use --scheduler SliceScheduler ?

If you go look around inside bitHopper.py towards the around the bottom quarter or so, you can locate command options.

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August 06, 2011, 08:53:56 AM
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in this night polmine has had a 14 min round  Smiley

( 0 / 44483) * 50.00300000   0,00000000   2011-08-06 03:06:39   0 dni 0 godz. 14 min. 4 sek.
was it possible for anyone to switch in?
for me it was 0...  Sad

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the same @Mt.Red:
38 min
6/8/11 07:12am   0h38m45s   50.02550000   218924
and 0 shares for me...

does anynone know why it was not switched for me?
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August 06, 2011, 08:59:55 AM
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BitMinersUnion.org at 30%
PolMine.pl at 34%
MtRed.com 7%

For no apparent reason (no errors in bitHopper screen session) work get sent to BitMinersUnion and PolMine and then MtRed for a while and then it switches back to  BitMinersUnion and PolMine.pl. Why?

I started the script without any additional options

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August 06, 2011, 09:16:51 AM
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in this night polmine has had a 14 min round  Smiley

( 0 / 44483) * 50.00300000   0,00000000   2011-08-06 03:06:39   0 dni 0 godz. 14 min. 4 sek.
was it possible for anyone to switch in?
for me it was 0...  Sad

Yeah, I got 0.11790902
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August 06, 2011, 09:17:04 AM
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in this night polmine has had a 14 min round  Smiley

( 0 / 44483) * 50.00300000   0,00000000   2011-08-06 03:06:39   0 dni 0 godz. 14 min. 4 sek.
was it possible for anyone to switch in?
for me it was 0...  Sad

Yup Smiley

Blok   Confirmed   (user / pool total ) * block value   BTC amount   Date   Period
prediction   prediction   ( 2694 / 847276) * 50.01850000   0,15903890   2011-08-06 11:15:57   
62)   23,33% Tx: 228ed4d3    ( 1726 / 615167) * 50.01850000   0,14033901   2011-08-06 05:56:41   0 dni 2 godz. 50 min. 2 sek.
61)   35,00% Tx: aca32f31    ( 270 / 47073) * 50.00300000   0,28680581   2011-08-06 03:06:39   0 dni 0 godz. 14 min. 4 sek.
60)   36,67% Tx: 2a3a1e31    ( 1907 / 2856362) * 50.19860000   0,03351419   2011-08-06 02:52:35   1 dni 1 godz. 35 min. 24 sek.
59)   T Tx: 2ab7c51d    ( 2889 / 1511976) * 50.02101104   0,09557735   2011-08-05 01:17:11   0 dni 11 godz. 46 min. 11 sek.
58)   T Tx: 11e0bc0f    ( 3983 / 1948286) * 50.07223230   0,10236572   2011-08-04 13:31:00   0 dni 17 godz. 53 min. 5 sek.
57)   T Tx: 5ef7026e    ( 3070 / 1042027) * 50.06750000   0,14750787   2011-08-03 19:37:55   0 dni 6 godz. 9 min. 9 sek.
56)   T Tx: 45f6ae77    ( 1358 / 2583185) * 50.00000000   0,02628535   2011-08-03 13:28:46   0 dni 23 godz. 46 min. 55 sek.
55)   T Tx: 72d02c1c    ( 3075 / 3043517) * 50.04132169   0,05055895   2011-08-02 13:41:51   1 dni 7 godz. 34 min. 9 sek.
54)   T Tx: c5770411    ( 3190 / 459019) * 50.00300000   0,34750100
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August 06, 2011, 09:20:38 AM
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hehe I got 2900 shares in on the 14mins block :p

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