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August 07, 2011, 09:22:07 PM
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wow the stats page is starting to get some scroll to it... nice

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So, for all the backup pools I should make accounts and set them to just info? Does the more "info" specified pools help deepbit mining?

oh crap.. well i guess it is about to get even more.. BBS going to reenable all i can.. to info..  and see who still gives stats.


you can say that again, guess I will enable all my "info" sources too if it helps

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August 07, 2011, 09:24:14 PM
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The suspense is killing me waiting for the first report on whether deepbit mining is working and the related efficiency rating.  This is something that might make me switch back to bithopper from Cherrypicker.  Deepbit vs bitclockers . . . . .   

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August 07, 2011, 09:27:22 PM
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Um, I just switched a bunch of pools to be info without setting up associated acounts & passwords. A bunch of them worked. So if you don't want to have to deal with it, don't.

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August 07, 2011, 09:27:22 PM
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you think you do better with cherry picker just with bitclocker?.. i still make decent over there. but i dont get to mine as much as i would like.
c00ws seems to have faster development and more pools and I havent quite figured out making my own cherry pickers pool configs too well.,

anyways you know if deepbit works.. cherry wont be far behind adding it.

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August 07, 2011, 09:31:55 PM
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Well you have to have a LP system which supports it to hop deepbit. Which is why the bitHopper LP system got rewritten.

So there may be some lag before everyone else catches up. An implementation is always worth more than the idea.

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August 07, 2011, 09:38:42 PM
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right now pident is predicting the last block found a few seconds ago was by btcguild block 140014. at 48% chance.

just putting this here, to see if it was correct when they have the info.

so far havent mined deepbit or btcguild but it is too early to say anything about that.

the newest block 140015 they say is 96% chance it is deepbit.. mind you they have accuracy issues as well... but this is just a place holder to see how well they predicted those two.

14016 ...98% chance deepbit

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The block who generated the most BTC ever is block 139,896: it generated 66.20996865 BTC!


wont be long before miners demand pools share all that... many keep the transaction fees.. which works now but next year when we drop to 25 coins per block.. it wont.


14014 appears to have been bitcoin.lc.. oh well it was only 48% chance it was btcguild. but I am interested in the deepbits which it seems to think is about 96%

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August 07, 2011, 09:40:32 PM
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c00w - does it matter what scheduler is used w/ --startLP & deepbit?

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August 07, 2011, 09:55:54 PM
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I only turned it on for the default. And Its looking like it doesn't work. I'm going to have to do some more debugging.

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August 07, 2011, 10:06:10 PM
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I only turned it on for the default. And Its looking like it doesn't work. I'm going to have to do some more debugging.

I've seen that it doesn't slice but thought it's normal

just enabled all pools I don't mine on info and all I say is WOW, I have a nice network overview from this blue page

edit: could not be working because we have apis that sample hash-rate of the pools not round shares ?

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August 07, 2011, 10:28:07 PM
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That could work as well. People have been kicking it around for a while and well nobody ever did anything. If someone could figure out how hashrates scales to shares/second I could probably do it myself.

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August 07, 2011, 10:32:04 PM
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That could work as well. People have been kicking it around for a while and well nobody ever did anything. If someone could figure out how hashrates scales to shares/second I could probably do it myself.

that would be making share graphs based on hash-rate/s and reset it with the "Low Profile" signalling ?

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August 07, 2011, 10:32:41 PM
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That could work as well. People have been kicking it around for a while and well nobody ever did anything. If someone could figure out how hashrates scales to shares/second I could probably do it myself.

I had a question about another feature/bug:

When bitHopper is mining on a pool and there is a problem, why does it hop to the backup pool while there's another pool available?
I'm using altslice.

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August 07, 2011, 10:35:52 PM
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you think you do better with cherry picker just with bitclocker?.. i still make decent over there. but i dont get to mine as much as i would like.
c00ws seems to have faster development and more pools and I havent quite figured out making my own cherry pickers pool configs too well.,

anyways you know if deepbit works.. cherry wont be far behind adding it.


Well today alone I have found 4 blocks at bitclockers for a total of 0.63544748 BTC with 690Mhash/s.  So yea, its awesome.  With bithopper I MAY have made .3 BTC out of those 4 blocks if I was lucky.  Cherrypickers has taken my estimated payout from .03BTC/round while mining to .2 BTC a round while mining.  Also, for some odd reason I have NEVER seen my hash rate reported on the site below 750Mhash/s and its usually above 800Mhash/s.  No idea why that is but I am not complaining.

Can't wait to see how this LP hopping works out.  Has a lot of potential to cut through all of the BS that pools do to stop hoppers.  And to your last point, I'd rather bithopper figure out bitclockers so that I could come back here because the entire website monitoring thing is awesome c00w is a mad genius.

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August 07, 2011, 10:45:35 PM
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That could work as well. People have been kicking it around for a while and well nobody ever did anything. If someone could figure out how hashrates scales to shares/second I could probably do it myself.


that reminded me.. I have seen several places in this forum where people wonder if their is an actual hard relationship between the two.

There was one post where a guy discovered that he got more shares from NOT overclocking his card than when he did. I dismissed it as heat.. and maybe it is still the issue.. as a hot laptop will go slow even if it has a lot of GHZ

I cant find the one post I wanted but I can find a supporting post with zero replies


as you can see this person complains that theri card with less mHs constantly has more shares.

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August 07, 2011, 10:52:22 PM
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That could work as well. People have been kicking it around for a while and well nobody ever did anything. If someone could figure out how hashrates scales to shares/second I could probably do it myself.


that reminded me.. I have seen several places in this forum where people wonder if their is an actual hard relationship between the two.

There was one post where a guy discovered that he got more shares from NOT overclocking his card than when he did. I dismissed it as heat.. and maybe it is still the issue.. as a hot laptop will go slow even if it has a lot of GHZ

I cant find the one post I wanted but I can find a supporting post with zero replies


as you can see this person complains that theri card with less mHs constantly has more shares.


Depending on your requested shares and time to solve the share (some shares take longer than other) you can effectively get more than default unlucky streak since you could get a batch of 10k shares only being solved at 300mh even though your card actually process them at 400mh.

The tests you speak of here I rate doesnt apply well to what he tried to figure out, he could have had a good share sample that solved fast with his first test run using underclocked card as compared to his overclocked results. Only way to truely test what he had in mind is to run a much larger sample over a couple of blocks. True is, overclocked gpu will outperform slower clocked gpus over the long haul , allways.

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August 07, 2011, 11:09:59 PM
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the newest block 140015 they say is 96% chance it is deepbit.. mind you they have accuracy issues as well... but this is just a place holder to see how well they predicted those two.

14016 ...98% chance deepbit

both of these turned out to be deepbit


mining with nothign but bithopper.py --startLP

havent submitted a single share to deepbit or btcguild.. i was using altslice when they found those blocks but deepbit apparently found another while i wasnt using altslice



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Mining mainframe why do you have to mess up my page? You are set to info.. NOT MINE.. go back down there with the rest of the infos. GRRRRRR

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August 07, 2011, 11:34:05 PM
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I finished writing some ... things for hopping itzod, btcmp and possibly other pools with harder to reach round shares.
I used ahk script to grab their shares directly from browser.
Code:
sleep, 1000
;MouseClick, left, 100, 750, 1, 10
sleep, 1000
itzodshares=2000000
btcmpshares=2000000
loop                                           ;-test
{
IfWinExist, pool.itzod.ru (under construction) - Windows Internet Explorer
WinActivate
else
Exit
loop
{
sleep, 2000
MouseClick, left, 685, 37, 1, 10                 ;-test
sleep, 10000                                      ;-test
;shares
imagesearch, six, siy, 0, 0, 1024, 768, sharespic2.png
if errorlevel=0
{
break
}
}
MouseClick, left, six+150, siy, 2, 10
sleep, 500
Send, {CTRLDOWN}c{CTRLUP}
sleep, 500
tooltip, %clipboard%
sleep, 100
sleep, 50
itzodshares=%clipboard%
if itzodshares=%btcmpshares%
{
msgbox, something broke during itzod
}
FileDelete, Z:\_Soft\_Bitcoin\bitHopper\http\poolshares
FileAppend, itzod=%itzodshares% btcmp=%btcmpshares%, Z:\_Soft\_Bitcoin\bitHopper\http\poolshares




IfWinExist, bitcoin minepool - Windows Internet Explorer
WinActivate
else
Exit
sleep, 2000
MouseClick, left, 685, 37, 1, 10                
sleep, 15000                                      
;shares
loop
{
sleep, 2000
MouseClick, left, 685, 37, 1, 10                
sleep, 15000                                      
;shares
imagesearch, six, siy, 0, 0, 1024, 768, bitminepool.png
if errorlevel=0
{
break
}
}
MouseClick, left, six+85, siy, 2, 10
sleep, 200
Send, {CTRLDOWN}c{CTRLUP}
sleep, 500
tooltip, %clipboard%
sleep, 100
btcmpshares=%clipboard%
if btcmpshares=%itzodshares%
{
msgbox, something broke during btcmp
}
FileDelete, Z:\_Soft\_Bitcoin\bitHopper\http\poolshares
FileAppend, itzod=%itzodshares% btcmp=%btcmpshares%, Z:\_Soft\_Bitcoin\bitHopper\http\poolshares


sleep, 305000
}

Code:
[btcmp]
name: btcmp
mine_address: http://rr.btcmp.com:8332
api_address: http://localhost:8080/poolshares
api_method:re
api_key:btcmp=([0-9]+)
role:mine
user: z.worker
pass: z
[itzod]
name:itzod
mine_address:lp1.itzod.ru:8344
api_address:http://localhost:8080/poolshares
api_method:re
api_key:itzod=([0-9]+)
role:mine
user: z
pass: z
image for itzod: http://i.imgur.com/jG5Va.png

image for btcmp: http://i.imgur.com/ZCNbY.png

It isnt very pretty, i know.
If you want to use this set output destination, open itzod and btcmp in ie on mining rig with windows and start the script. I grab output via http server, you can probably find one.
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August 07, 2011, 11:34:48 PM
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mining mainframe appears to be lying about stats anyways.
digbit says they just  found a blockabout 30 minutes ago


and miningmainframe agrees on their stats page

but the info on the stats page says 139.50 percent and has for quite some time now... can probably disable them if you have them feeding you info.,

edit.. they seem to be doing the hour delay.. should go to zero shortly... they do appear to report the block on time.. on the stats page but then report shares for the last block everywhere else for an hour after.

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August 07, 2011, 11:40:53 PM
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It isnt very pretty, i know.
If you want to use this set output destination, open itzod and btcmp in ie on mining rig with windows and start the script. I grab output via http server, you can probably find one.

very cool rino.. I will try this.. looks like it will work... would hate to do too many sites this way but for a few good ones that is a great idea.

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August 07, 2011, 11:46:14 PM
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mining mainframe appears to be lying about stats anyways.
digbit says they just  found a blockabout 30 minutes ago


and miningmainframe agrees on their stats page

but the info on the stats page says 139.50 percent and has for quite some time now... can probably disable them if you have them feeding you info.,

edit.. they seem to be doing the hour delay.. should go to zero shortly... they do appear to report the block on time.. on the stats page but then report shares for the last block everywhere else for an hour after.

nicely spotted sir, they have a real BOFH in there I think

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