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August 11, 2011, 04:02:59 PM
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I don´t know then... in the latest version (0.1.6.1-20) there is nothing to edit in the pools.cfg, it came like that with the re_rate_type.

In previous versions i have the same issue, but now it´s ok
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August 11, 2011, 04:14:49 PM
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look  Smiley
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August 11, 2011, 04:54:01 PM
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I really liked that pool for the namecoins, Nice owner...

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This will happen at the first of september.

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If you are interested write an email to talpan@poolmunity.com with your offer
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August 11, 2011, 05:29:00 PM
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Using the latest revision off the github (fa960e461cfa15afaf05) and it seems that after running it for 1 hour bithopper stops pushing out more work. It was running fine but just didnt have any RPC requests in the window and then it was kinda just sitting idle. Just restarted bithopper and it looks like its working. Any ideas on what happened?

I disabled bitclockers and still having the miners idle issue. The miners don't stop completely, but every 2-3 minutes they idle for a short while. Don't know, if this is good for the GPU-Boards, because of thermal stress...

I'm on 5394f668968c730905f2af409d9d945a36ee68dd (latest at time of post)

Any ideas by what this can be caused?

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August 11, 2011, 06:05:42 PM
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Um, there is an issue with large amounts of hashing power getting pumped through bitHopper on arsbitcoin. If you update your twisted to the bleeding edge twisted it may fix it. How many GH/s are you pushing through it?

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August 11, 2011, 06:15:20 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.
Please can you look again to it...
I have measured now for 2 days and this is 6,25 GB in 2 days!
3.1 GB in
2.3 GB out  Sad
TIA



Just a thought. Is bitcoin client running as well?
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August 11, 2011, 06:21:14 PM
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My deepbit shares keep counting:



maybe the largest block ever? Cheesy

And BCLC, rests to 0 many times but the round in the stats keep going for the past 2 hours, I think BH is showing it wrong...

Quick idea: is posible that bclc is showing the starts of deepbit rounds as its own?? looking the statistics in DB could match those starts

(both pools in "mine_deepbit")

And a lot of mining in arscoin here too, but i guess it´s because there´s not much to hop to at this moment

Edit: another block in polmine.. "mine_deepbit" here is working very well !
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August 11, 2011, 06:27:27 PM
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Um, there is an issue with large amounts of hashing power getting pumped through bitHopper on arsbitcoin. If you update your twisted to the bleeding edge twisted it may fix it. How many GH/s are you pushing through it?

Seems to be running without idles for half an hour now. I'm having 500MH/s from 2 host machines. I think I will monitor for some time and try the bleeding edge twisted if it occurs again. Apparently it's not so easy to get twisted-svn running on windows.

btw: thx for such a nice tool  Cheesy

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August 11, 2011, 06:31:45 PM
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How I see lag compensation system:
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This is definitely the foundation of what is needed.

I'd only change that the reputation of nodes is set per pool. So in your example, the reputation of DE for deepbit is decremented but not the reputation in general.
Same for the other nodes. their reputation improves for deepbit but not in general.

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August 11, 2011, 08:00:33 PM
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https://masterpool.eu and http://namebit.org/ look like nice namecoin pools, add them ?
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August 11, 2011, 08:12:59 PM
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Just a thought. Is bitcoin client running as well?
no I make the client only a few minutes a day running to update the block list...
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August 11, 2011, 08:39:42 PM
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sad on poolmunity.. it was a decently designed site.

liked their tools section


love how you can do namecoin or bitcoin

he should have left it prop until it got larger.

It could have easily been one of the more popular pools



upgraded to twisted 11 Smiley

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August 11, 2011, 09:19:07 PM
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Tried the latest versions of bitHopper but they gave me the same issue: problems with (serious) dropping of hashrate / rpc time-out messages in poclbm

Now back to tuesday version and running stable.
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August 11, 2011, 09:37:05 PM
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Still zero deepbit joy here.   Did we determine it's ping related (as I have a 360ms ping to them, so other LP's get picked up before the DB one)?    I assume you're still having the same problem c00w?
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August 11, 2011, 09:59:40 PM
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I have about 300 ping with btcguild and almost never does it hit for me there

Dead on so far for bclc for me.
gets 80% of the blocks for deepbit for me.

I hit btcguild once in the past 2 days....they have found  a few blocks in that time.


I suppose ti could just disable them and just doo deepbit, but figured I would offer in my data point as well.


edit: still might need some work.. at my other box across town, it seems to hop more often to bclc when I am hopping to deepbit

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August 11, 2011, 11:27:51 PM
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Don´t know why but "mine_deepbit" is working amazing with Polmine, but not with deepbit.. once it mines a block the shares keep counting and counting, and when i disable it for a while and re-enable it, when find the start of a round the workers doesn´t start..

With BCLC, i edit the new pools.cfg with the "old" one (with the json method) and just "mine" and give me good results:



(I´am with the newest version 0.1.6.1-24 & 1Gh/s)

Edit: I think when I send more shares the rounds was very large, and when I send a few is because BH was hopping between pools

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August 11, 2011, 11:43:15 PM
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How I see lag compensation system:
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This is definitely the foundation of what is needed.

I'd only change that the reputation of nodes is set per pool. So in your example, the reputation of DE for deepbit is decremented but not the reputation in general.
Same for the other nodes. their reputation improves for deepbit but not in general.
I looked around a bit for IRC support in Python, but the main problem I see there is that it might be hard to make sure only "good" clients get in there and a channel can't be taken over.

About reputation:
I would just normalize over all clients and cut the reputation in half for every wrong submission. Setting it back to 0 seems to work even better though - but I simulated with random data, so you couldn't predict future values. Here you can say that clients that work reliably deserve a higher reputation, even if they have a hickup from time to time.

All in all it seems like a very good idea to have, it would just create a dependency on a Python IRC library (quick google search: e.g. http://python-irclib.sourceforge.net/). If we somehow could even coordinate to announce every block found there, all BitHopper would need to do is to join + lurk there and get the list of the last let's say 50 blocks per pool, calculate an average hash rate from this and then estimate share counts. No API needed in any pool!

Yes, currently API scraping is easier + more exact, but this could be used to already get used to more repressive counter measures. As little as I understood from Polmine they also seem to consider just delaying stats instead of using a secure payout method.

Edit:
Seems that IRC is even easier, no external library required: http://www.devshed.com/c/a/Python/Python-and-IRC/

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August 12, 2011, 12:42:39 AM
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With BCLC, i edit the new pools.cfg with the "old" one (with the json method) and just "mine" and give me good results:
have you set penalty (and how much)?
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August 12, 2011, 12:50:44 AM
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Nope.. leave it at default "1" (0.43)

-perhaps in some screen I posted was 0.87 (50%) but those were some tests with "mine_deepbit" or when there´s nothing to hop to-

Edit: when i take that screen i was with 0.1.6.1-20 or -18, but with the pools.cfg edited pretty sure
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August 12, 2011, 01:58:12 AM
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@magnet
Did you get any errors on the bithopper side?

@simonk
I don't have enough access to my test machine to figure out the real issues. But it appears that it doesn't work for me.

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