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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 836756 times)
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April 10, 2013, 03:34:25 PM
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awesome job Dr!!!  Keep up the good work!!! i agree with raising the fee, maybe time to stop paying for orphans too(if you havent already)
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April 10, 2013, 08:35:36 PM
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I see to have unconfirmed payments, despite paying for the perk to bypass this - has anything changed on the backend?

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April 10, 2013, 08:43:42 PM
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I see to have unconfirmed payments, despite paying for the perk to bypass this - has anything changed on the backend?

If you turned on prepay after the block was found then that block pays without prepay.

awesome job Dr!!!  Keep up the good work!!! i agree with raising the fee, maybe time to stop paying for orphans too(if you havent already)

Thanks for the support Smiley Will keep paying for orphans, but it will be a 1.5% donation on top of the 1% fee.
awesome job Dr!!!  Keep up the good work!!! i agree with raising the fee, maybe time to stop paying for orphans too(if you havent already)

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April 10, 2013, 08:59:32 PM
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I see to have unconfirmed payments, despite paying for the perk to bypass this - has anything changed on the backend?

If you turned on prepay after the block was found then that block pays without prepay.


Haven't changed my settings in months, and my understanding was that no changes were happening until 20th April... also I already pay 2% so I thought I wouldn't have to change anything anyway.

Anyway - the BTC just came through so maybe it was just a glitch in the matrix.

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April 10, 2013, 09:11:55 PM
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I see to have unconfirmed payments, despite paying for the perk to bypass this - has anything changed on the backend?

If you turned on prepay after the block was found then that block pays without prepay.


Haven't changed my settings in months, and my understanding was that no changes were happening until 20th April... also I already pay 2% so I thought I wouldn't have to change anything anyway.

Anyway - the BTC just came through so maybe it was just a glitch in the matrix.

Will

Ah. It's the payment processor falling behind. That's also why blocks show as stale sometimes for several minutes.

I'll try to get this over to a faster server soon! Apologies for all the confusion it is causing.

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April 11, 2013, 12:20:00 AM
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You know, it'd be really nice if I could manually bump up the difficulty for my workers.  Yes they are only GPUs, but they are quite capable of handling diff 2 or 3, which would reduce my (and your) network through put.

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April 11, 2013, 07:10:21 AM
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Bitminter seems down
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April 11, 2013, 07:26:04 AM
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Bitminter seems down

yep for me also - Dr. H I love your pool but a backup pool function is really really needed. (oh and full asic support soon) I wonder whats up?
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April 11, 2013, 07:29:16 AM
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Bitminter seems down

yep for me also - Dr. H I love your pool but a backup pool function is really really needed. (oh and full asic support soon) I wonder whats up?
I love and miss the BitMinter client, but I had to switch to CGMiner for backup pool functionality.  Not doing it sooner probably cost me 50-100 BTC from July through September (a lot less money back then, though).
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April 11, 2013, 07:33:04 AM
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Bitminter seems down

yep for me also - Dr. H I love your pool but a backup pool function is really really needed. (oh and full asic support soon) I wonder whats up?

its seems back up can anyone confirm
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April 11, 2013, 07:34:05 AM
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Sorry for downtime. We are back up.

bitcoind 0.8.1 seems to have a memory leak, it sometimes expands to several gigabytes of memory usage.

I'll see what I can do to prevent this in the future.

And yeah, backup pool support is at the top of the list, right after ASIC support for the miner.

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April 11, 2013, 07:36:47 AM
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Sorry for downtime. We are back up.

bitcoind 0.8.1 seems to have a memory leak, it sometimes expands to several gigabytes of memory usage.

I'll see what I can do to prevent this in the future.

And yeah, backup pool support is at the top of the list, right after ASIC support for the miner.


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April 11, 2013, 02:14:22 PM
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Can you tell me a little more, or point me to information, about how the NMC merge mining is set up on your pool? I'm trying to do a comparison of profitability mining here versus other pools, but I haven't come across what the expected PPS is for NMC. I looked at my account history and based on number of NMC shares submitted and my NMC wallet, I get ~0.0001358 NMC/share, but that's averaging over a long period of time and I'm sure difficultly is probably higher now than it was in my average. That NMC/share value looks quite high compared to, say, bitparking pool which explicitly lists their PPS rates.

Maybe this is a silly question, but any insight you can provide would be appreciated.
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April 11, 2013, 02:26:08 PM
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Can you tell me a little more, or point me to information, about how the NMC merge mining is set up on your pool? I'm trying to do a comparison of profitability mining here versus other pools, but I haven't come across what the expected PPS is for NMC. I looked at my account history and based on number of NMC shares submitted and my NMC wallet, I get ~0.0001358 NMC/share, but that's averaging over a long period of time and I'm sure difficultly is probably higher now than it was in my average. That NMC/share value looks quite high compared to, say, bitparking pool which explicitly lists their PPS rates.

NMC merged mining is done for all protocols (Stratum, GBT, getwork). It uses the same shift data as BTC for payments. This may be a tiny tiny bit unfair because some users have high reject ratios on NMC work. But the effect of this is tiny and it makes things simpler.

NMC PPS can be easily calculated the same way as BTC PPS.

PPS = (1 / Difficulty) x NewCoinsPerBlock + TransactionFees

In the case of NMC: PPS = 50 / 1495881 + transaction fees

While transaction fees now are 1% to 2% for Bitcoin, I believe they are pretty insignificant for Namecoin and you may want to make things simpler by ignoring them.

You know, it'd be really nice if I could manually bump up the difficulty for my workers.  Yes they are only GPUs, but they are quite capable of handling diff 2 or 3, which would reduce my (and your) network through put.

I have this and some other nice improvements almost ready. But I'm working on 10 different things at the moment. Hopefully things will calm down a bit soon and some new features will be finished.

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April 11, 2013, 10:30:04 PM
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Doc, you want to buy me one of the 1TH/s SC's?   Tongue  If so I'll let you test it on your site Tongue

If only I got such great offers every day Cheesy


It only stands for a short while... so take it while you can!  Grin

Doc, I really hope you got my 1TH/s mini-rig before they sold out  Tongue
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April 12, 2013, 01:37:22 AM
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Something awry?  My miners are happily mining away, but webpage and API shows 0 hash rate for all of them.

M

EDIT: and now it's back...

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April 12, 2013, 02:43:39 AM
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We had some minutes of downtime just now. Something not quite stable on this server. It's up again.

Will work on improving this situation tomorrow.

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April 12, 2013, 10:38:01 AM
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You know, it'd be really nice if I could manually bump up the difficulty for my workers.  Yes they are only GPUs, but they are quite capable of handling diff 2 or 3, which would reduce my (and your) network through put.

M

Or instead of being able to control it, lower the threshhold so someone with 3+ 7970s (~1.8gh) gets difficulty 2.

M

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April 12, 2013, 05:12:26 PM
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Sorry for downtime. We are back up.

bitcoind 0.8.1 seems to have a memory leak, it sometimes expands to several gigabytes of memory usage.

I'll see what I can do to prevent this in the future.

And yeah, backup pool support is at the top of the list, right after ASIC support for the miner.


This isn't really related to the pool, but since you mentioned bugs, my friend and I have noticed another bug about 0.8.1 (or perhaps an extension of the one you already mentioned) that it also causes massive lag when running. It introduces jitter and cuts my speeds down by about 50% give or take it seems, and we verified it many times by letting it run, and turning it off to instantly watch our internet become 100% better instantly.

We were wondering if anyone else has noticed this, or could try it and see? It actually took awhile for us to notice what was causing it, but we were pretty sure something was up (before we knew it was the bitcoin client). The problem was that it's not really a stable lag, and looking back I have no idea how often it would be. Definitely enough to make us angry very often.

We both run Windows 7. Thanks for any input.

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April 12, 2013, 06:05:36 PM
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Sorry for downtime. We are back up.

bitcoind 0.8.1 seems to have a memory leak, it sometimes expands to several gigabytes of memory usage.

I'll see what I can do to prevent this in the future.

And yeah, backup pool support is at the top of the list, right after ASIC support for the miner.


This isn't really related to the pool, but since you mentioned bugs, my friend and I have noticed another bug about 0.8.1 (or perhaps an extension of the one you already mentioned) that it also causes massive lag when running. It introduces jitter and cuts my speeds down by about 50% give or take it seems, and we verified it many times by letting it run, and turning it off to instantly watch our internet become 100% better instantly.

We were wondering if anyone else has noticed this, or could try it and see? It actually took awhile for us to notice what was causing it, but we were pretty sure something was up (before we knew it was the bitcoin client). The problem was that it's not really a stable lag, and looking back I have no idea how often it would be. Definitely enough to make us angry very often.

We both run Windows 7. Thanks for any input.

Farfie

I don't know if this is related to what you're talking about, but figured I'd chime in.  For a few weeks now, my Internet connection has had horrible latency (up to 500ms) on and off when mining with two mini-rigs.  This does not occur if I stop mining.  I restart my network equipment and it's fixed for a while, but the issue comes back in short order.
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