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August 09, 2011, 05:43:18 PM
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Im mining on deepbit as well...so heres a question, how does it determine when to hop off deepbit? Since its stats are delayed we cant exactly rely on 43% can we?

estimation is the key my friend  Grin

edit: right now feel like I'm in a casino betting on all tables a small bit

For testing I set threshold to .6 so Deepbit mined until 60% Tongue
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August 09, 2011, 05:46:19 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

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August 09, 2011, 05:49:26 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

I hope the smaller pools like it if we stay longer and don't mess with stats, etc.
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August 09, 2011, 05:51:22 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

So, you mean you set penalty to .6 for deepbit?

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August 09, 2011, 05:53:12 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

BAH...cow joules would never "utter" such blasphemy...dunno who this imposter is.

I've been testing threshold=.75 and don't care for the result much with default slicer, but it doesn't bother me with altslicescheduler and a low min shares.

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August 09, 2011, 05:53:59 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

So, you mean you set penalty to .6 for deepbit?

No, I set both --startLP and --threshold=0.60 in the shortcut for Bithopper.py
If you set threshold to 0.10 it will mine a pool until 10%, 0.20 for 20%, etc.
Standard is 0.43
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August 09, 2011, 05:54:16 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

So, you mean you set penalty to .6 for deepbit?

for the sake of hopping science please try standard hops for a day or your results could be ignored in the future

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August 09, 2011, 05:56:08 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

So, you mean you set penalty to .6 for deepbit?

for the sake of hopping science please try standard hops for a day or your results could be ignored in the future

Standard? What's that?  Grin Bitcoin / PC's / bitHopper is a hobby, not my dayjob...
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August 09, 2011, 06:01:12 PM
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I doubt your issue is bitHopper.  I am looking at my usage graphs here, and I have around 550 mb  per day going out and 250 per day coming in.  Granted, that would put you over the 20 GB / month, but not in 8 days
now I have done measuring
I have done nothing else on net except forum
since around 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
340 MB out
270 MB in
from one (the main-)PC (on the second PC is bithopper running too)
thats around 120 MB/h per PC
this is too much for my account...
is there much less if I disable most of the pools?
Or what else can I do to decrease the traffic (I have to do some other things with this PC too...)
TIA

Ive got bitHopper running on my main machine with 2 GPUS, and 10 more miners from other machines that connect to it. Including browsing the internet I have used 61.7MB down and 25.6MB up today. Do you have some other software doing auto updates or something in the background?
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August 09, 2011, 06:04:40 PM
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I do think we need to put the threshold to 100%
I do think organofcorti was right on that.

but a little over 100% and your shares become cheaper than pps.

I don't want such a big step at once, so I try at 60% for 3 days and see what it does Smiley
One advantage is that it (almost) never needs a backup pool at that setting.

So, you mean you set penalty to .6 for deepbit?

for the sake of hopping science please try standard hops for a day or your results could be ignored in the future

Standard? What's that?  Grin Bitcoin / PC's / bitHopper is a hobby, not my dayjob...

standard, it was a form of referring to simple methods hopping (default scheduler or alt scheduler, --startLP) in this case with bH, without changing principles in the middle of testing (like hopping to a higher threshold)

edit: thanks, tomorrow I will be testing different levels too  Wink

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August 09, 2011, 06:05:20 PM
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k, Ill go back to standard...I will just use --startLP

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August 09, 2011, 06:06:35 PM
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I would like to pose a possibly over-complicated solution to the slice vs. default scheduler question that I'm not even sure is possible. I may be way off, but please give this some thought.

Create a new role called "mine_slice". This would be for the small pools with low hashrate (user selectable). The faster pools would stay "mine".
My idea is to run the slice scheduler inside of the default scheduler. So the behavior would be: If there were "mine" pools below threshold, you would be mining them under OldDefault rules. If there were no acceptable "mine" pools, all of the "mine_slice" pools would be selected running under slice rules as a group, but only if there was one or more below threshold. If all of these options were exhausted, we would then resort to "backup".

Visually, I see it like this.
OldDefaultScheduler[mine; mine_slush; SliceScheduler(mine_slice); backup]

Like I said, I'm not even sure this is possible, and I'm definitely not qualified to try to code it. Just food for thought...

PS: What do you guys think of giving priority to mine_slush to where you always hop in for the first 11% or less, no matter what. I feel like those that are using mine_slush wouldn't mind diverting for the very short time in search of those short rounds?
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August 09, 2011, 06:09:31 PM
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Ive got bitHopper running on my main machine with 2 GPUS, and 10 more miners from other machines that connect to it. Including browsing the internet I have used 61.7MB down and 25.6MB up today. Do you have some other software doing auto updates or something in the background?
ok, I think, the first important step will be the miner on the second PC connect to this PC's bithopper...
(because now it is running here 2 times)
how can I do this (if the ip changes every reboot)?
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August 09, 2011, 06:14:18 PM
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@macboy80 favouring slush when available is on issue list in git and it's already implemented in AltScheduler
ppl in here would surely give you answers about the new role you propose

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August 09, 2011, 06:16:03 PM
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I would like to pose a possibly over-complicated solution to the slice vs. default scheduler question that I'm not even sure is possible. I may be way off, but please give this some thought.

Create a new role called "mine_slice". This would be for the small pools with low hashrate (user selectable). The faster pools would stay "mine".
My idea is to run the slice scheduler inside of the default scheduler. So the behavior would be: If there were "mine" pools below threshold, you would be mining them under OldDefault rules. If there were no acceptable "mine" pools, all of the "mine_slice" pools would be selected running under slice rules as a group, but only if there was one or more below threshold. If all of these options were exhausted, we would then resort to "backup".

Visually, I see it like this.
OldDefaultScheduler[mine; mine_slush; SliceScheduler(mine_slice); backup]

Like I said, I'm not even sure this is possible, and I'm definitely not qualified to try to code it. Just food for thought...

I think this is a pretty good idea. It may be a good alternative to slicing based off pool speed. I don't think it would be to hard to code in either. Very nice idea.

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August 09, 2011, 06:16:50 PM
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I suspect, but can't prove that deepbit isn't working with the alternate scheduler. I mined quite a while on the newest build and it didn't go over, even though others here said their's were mining deepbit. When I switched back to the default scheduler, it started mining deepbit.
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August 09, 2011, 06:17:41 PM
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I just updated this morning, and now when a pool lags out, the slice goes empty, and it doesn't mine anymore until I mark something info and then back
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August 09, 2011, 06:25:20 PM
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since around 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
340 MB out
270 MB in


that seems more than high to me.. we are only sending small strings of text back and forth.. even blocks are normally in the kb range.

chek to see if you got a virus.. make sure wifi is secure

I am going to monitor the miner and hopper and see what I come up with.. but there is no way it is that much i wouldnt think.

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August 09, 2011, 06:27:30 PM
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Deepbit:

09.08 18:21:52 0h 20m   203 1586080   0.00620744

That's for 2950Mhash/s, Default scheduler and threshold at 60% (.6)
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August 09, 2011, 06:29:39 PM
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I suspect, but can't prove that deepbit isn't working with the alternate scheduler. I mined quite a while on the newest build and it didn't go over, even though others here said their's were mining deepbit. When I switched back to the default scheduler, it started mining deepbit.

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