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August 06, 2011, 07:34:38 PM
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Code:
#api_key: current_share_count>(\d+)</td>


I'm not even good enough to call my self a newb but



Code:
#api_key: current_share_count>([ 0-9]+)</td>

that should work

polmine is up for me.. could be pathing errors for you


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August 06, 2011, 07:40:54 PM
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Thanx I'll give it a whirl.

I dunno, it's an https, and I read of some having issues with twisted and https', but it used to work fine. I reinstalled twisted just in case and have quadruple checked my config for them. I'm also unable to visit their webpage from any computer in the house which would seem to amount to ip=ban. Great mining site too.

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August 06, 2011, 07:41:02 PM
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Code:
#api_key: current_share_count>(\d+)</td>


I'm not even good enough to call my self a newb but



Code:
#api_key: current_share_count>([ 0-9]+)</td>

that should work

polmine is up for me.. could be pathing errors for you



This should work. Notice the missing " in both previous examples (which I believe both should work fine otherwise)

Code:
api_key: current_share_count">(\d+)</td>

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August 06, 2011, 07:47:55 PM
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ahh crap yeah missed the "

and i hate to waste c00ws thread learning... but the

(\d+) is equiv to ([0-9]+) and it doesnt matter if I am using c00ws or ryouiki?


when their is a comma.. like ([,0-9]+) is it  (,\d+)

eh I need to read some regex for dummies who are slightly slow and might have been hit in the head too many times


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August 06, 2011, 07:58:40 PM
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ahh crap yeah missed the "

and i hate to waste c00ws thread learning... but the

(\d+) is equiv to ([0-9]+) and it doesnt matter if I am using c00ws or ryouiki?


when their is a comma.. like ([,0-9]+) is it  (,\d+)

eh I need to read some regex for dummies who are slightly slow and might have been hit in the head too many times


[,0-9]+ means one instance or more of any of the characters ",0123456789"
\d+ means 1 or more instances of digits (0123456789) (\d is "shorthand" for digits, like \s is short for whitespaces)

,\d+ would return ",234" from "1,234,567"

someone with better regexp-fu than me, correct me if i'm completely off-base Smiley

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August 06, 2011, 08:06:40 PM
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Sounds pretty good to me, though I know less than nothing about regex. Smiley

Either way it's still not working...unfortunately. I have this for pools.cfg + user.cfg:

[namebit]
name: Namebit.org
namecoin: Yep
mine_address: pool.namebit.org:10000
api_address: http://namebit.org/
api_method: re
api_key: current_share_count">(\d+)</td>
url: http://namebit.org/details?username=http%3A%2F%2Fnamebit.org%2Fmy_account%2F(user)s

[Namebit]
# Namecoin pool, use mine_nmc . Good for hopping if you want some namecoins
#http://namebit.org/
#CHANGE THIS (if you want)
role: mine_nmc
user: Nxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
pass: x
#passwords can be anything on namebit.org



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August 06, 2011, 08:08:51 PM
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As I can see now mine_slush is working, but
question:
very often I see on my
Block history:
Your reward                               0.00000000
and on the other side
Your reward                               none

do I feel correct that if it is           none                  then I have no (0) shares
and if I see                                0.00000000         I have too less shares for counting?


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August 06, 2011, 08:13:19 PM
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Yeah works great now for slush. Right after a block is found it goes to processing, then to none. If you submitted shares it then goes to your reward. It's a slow process there. It appears as though it says "none" on old blocks when zero shares were submitted and 0.00000000 when shares were submitted but decayed to nothingness.

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August 06, 2011, 08:13:49 PM
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Only way the price of BTC can move up is if you all stop mining! And do not forget to take down all the big pools too... or, Amazon and or e-bay start accepting BTC. Smiley
I think, I am done with this experiment.  In need to get my 2.something  BTC more and then, I stop.
At 370 MHas/s it is absolutely pointless. I did hope, that hopping helps me a bit but I am not sure anymore.
  
 


Nice to have you along for the ride. Hopefully you find a profitable path. Is your card going to be for sale?

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August 06, 2011, 08:15:32 PM
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...how quickly the hawks become vultures...

j/k Tongue

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August 06, 2011, 08:23:01 PM
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Sounds pretty good to me, though I know less than nothing about regex. Smiley

Either way it's still not working...unfortunately. I have this for pools.cfg + user.cfg:

[namebit]
name: Namebit.org
namecoin: Yep
mine_address: pool.namebit.org:10000
api_address: http://namebit.org/
api_method: re
api_key: current_share_count">(\d+)</td>
url: http://namebit.org/details?username=http%3A%2F%2Fnamebit.org%2Fmy_account%2F(user)s

[Namebit]
# Namecoin pool, use mine_nmc . Good for hopping if you want some namecoins
#http://namebit.org/
#CHANGE THIS (if you want)
role: mine_nmc
user: Nxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
pass: x
#passwords can be anything on namebit.org




try with this one in pools.cfg

[namebit]
name: Namebit.org
mine_address: pool.namebit.org:10000
api_address: http://namebit.org/
api_method: re
api_key: _count">([0-9]+)</td>
api_strip: ''
url: http://namebit.org/

in user.cfg  you should change [Namebit] for [namebit] to have it woking

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August 06, 2011, 08:23:56 PM
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...how quickly the hawks become vultures...

j/k Tongue

Bird of prey either way... and proud.

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August 06, 2011, 08:24:58 PM
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cant seem to type fast enough.. yeah pool titles are case sensitive
[namebit]

and [Namebit]

wont work together.


the hopper is looking at [namebit] and cant find an entry for it in pools.cfg

make them the same and it should work.. happened to my fat fingers a few times.

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August 06, 2011, 08:28:07 PM
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Sounds pretty good to me, though I know less than nothing about regex. Smiley

Either way it's still not working...unfortunately. I have this for pools.cfg + user.cfg:

[namebit]
name: Namebit.org
namecoin: Yep
mine_address: pool.namebit.org:10000
api_address: http://namebit.org/
api_method: re
api_key: current_share_count">(\d+)</td>
url: http://namebit.org/details?username=http%3A%2F%2Fnamebit.org%2Fmy_account%2F(user)s

[Namebit]
# Namecoin pool, use mine_nmc . Good for hopping if you want some namecoins
#http://namebit.org/
#CHANGE THIS (if you want)
role: mine_nmc
user: Nxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
pass: x
#passwords can be anything on namebit.org




try with this one in pools.cfg

[namebit]
name: Namebit.org
mine_address: pool.namebit.org:10000
api_address: http://namebit.org/
api_method: re
api_key: _count">([0-9]+)</td>
api_strip: ''
url: http://namebit.org/

in user.cfg  you should change [Namebit] for [namebit] to have it woking

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August 06, 2011, 08:32:31 PM
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np creativex

@joulesbeef you type ffast allright but my keyboard is on fire  Grin

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August 06, 2011, 08:36:17 PM
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cant seem to type fast enough.. yeah pool titles are case sensitive
[namebit]

and [Namebit]

wont work together.


the hopper is looking at [namebit] and cant find an entry for it in pools.cfg

make them the same and it should work.. happened to my fat fingers a few times.

Nicely spotted. I did wonder why twisted gave the error " Unsupported scheme: '' "

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August 06, 2011, 09:20:06 PM
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So what's currently the different between the default slicer and the altslicer?

And is the altslicer stable enough to use?
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So what's currently the different between the default slicer and the altslicer?

And is the altslicer stable enough to use?

Defaultslicer is a simple time based scheduler. It doesn't weight shares it just assigns slices of time. The AltSliceScheduler assigns slices based on current block shares and attempts to mine intelligently. At this it is very successful IMO. I always specify --scheduler=AltSliceScheduler

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August 06, 2011, 09:46:27 PM
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dont use altslicer right now if you mine namecoin.

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August 06, 2011, 09:49:43 PM
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dont use altslicer right now if you mine namecoin.

Just BTC at the moment.  Is anyone mining Namecoin right now?  Isn't the difficulty really high?

Thanks creativex, I'll give it a try.
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