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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 833213 times)
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November 10, 2013, 02:25:22 AM
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What do you mean it shows zero. *whistles innocently* Have another look.

lol, thanks, DrHaribo!  I was wondering about that!

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Maybe I should make a shift page, like the block page, with more details on each shift.

That would be nice.  Another thing I was noticing was that on the block page, it shows all the payouts, but this data is really hard to plow through if you are looking for something specific.  I wanted to go see what my exact payout was on that block with the gigantic 36 BTC fee, and finally gave up.

That's only if you're looking for something extra to do...

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November 10, 2013, 02:27:40 AM
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That would be nice.  Another thing I was noticing was that on the block page, it shows all the payouts, but this data is really hard to plow through if you are looking for something specific.  I wanted to go see what my exact payout was on that block with the gigantic 36 BTC fee, and finally gave up.

That's only if you're looking for something extra to do...

Of course minutes after I posted this, I discovered I could get this information from the transaction history page.

Still, the reams of payout data on the block page is kind of hard to plow through.  Might be good to have some sort of search or sort feature there.

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November 10, 2013, 03:29:42 AM
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That would be nice.  Another thing I was noticing was that on the block page, it shows all the payouts, but this data is really hard to plow through if you are looking for something specific.  I wanted to go see what my exact payout was on that block with the gigantic 36 BTC fee, and finally gave up.

That's only if you're looking for something extra to do...

Of course minutes after I posted this, I discovered I could get this information from the transaction history page.

Still, the reams of payout data on the block page is kind of hard to plow through.  Might be good to have some sort of search or sort feature there.
I agree. A search box would be nice to find myself in the huge list.

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November 10, 2013, 04:51:45 AM
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Just curious, but what happens when we get to 9000 workers? I'm referring to the livestats page graphic btw.
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November 10, 2013, 04:56:23 AM
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Just curious, but what happens when we get to 9000 workers? I'm referring to the livestats page graphic btw.

Vegeta screams at you and crushes the display.  Seriously though, I'm pretty sure BitMinter's graphics always show the pointer near the next large round number, and it auto extends as needed.

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November 10, 2013, 10:58:18 AM
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Cant connect to pool... anyone else have the same issue?
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November 10, 2013, 11:18:19 AM
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Vegeta screams at you and crushes the display.  Seriously though, I'm pretty sure BitMinter's graphics always show the pointer near the next large round number, and it auto extends as needed.

A lot of users are disappointed to find the display just changes to accomodate higher numbers. I'll have to think of something more cool for the future.

Cant connect to pool... anyone else have the same issue?

Seems to be running fine from what I can see. Are you seeing timeouts or something else?

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November 10, 2013, 11:23:43 AM
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Just cant connect. Both cg and bfgminer.
Stratum and getwork as well.  Weird.  Ill try reboot router as I cant connect to btcguild as well.

Internet access is ok though.
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November 10, 2013, 12:38:32 PM
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Vegeta screams at you and crushes the display.  Seriously though, I'm pretty sure BitMinter's graphics always show the pointer near the next large round number, and it auto extends as needed.

A lot of users are disappointed to find the display just changes to accomodate higher numbers. I'll have to think of something more cool for the future.

Cant connect to pool... anyone else have the same issue?

Seems to be running fine from what I can see. Are you seeing timeouts or something else?


I haven't received anything since November 9th 21:00 UTC which is not normal.

It could be related to when you updated the site, or maybe it's fluke. But nevertheless even though I am hashing I still have reached my daily payout number from yesterday which suggests something funky is going on with the site.

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November 10, 2013, 12:42:31 PM
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Just cant connect. Both cg and bfgminer.
Stratum and getwork as well.  Weird.  Ill try reboot router as I cant connect to btcguild as well.

Internet access is ok though.

Weird.  Could be my ISP thing.  I am now mining on Eligius but I can't do Bitminter/BTCGuild for some reason.
Restarted everything I could restart.
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November 10, 2013, 01:55:38 PM
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It could be related to when you updated the site, or maybe it's fluke. But nevertheless even though I am hashing I still have reached my daily payout number from yesterday which suggests something funky is going on with the site.

Thanks

You don't get any payout if the pool isn't finding blocks. One 16 hour block makes the reward graph go flat Sad

Height    Created    Duration    Work    Difficulty    CDF    Total Thps    Type    Made by    Confirmations
268837    2013-11-10 13:29    16h 00m    3,570,956,977    510,929,738    99.9%    266.1    BTC    libitum    117 left
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November 10, 2013, 05:36:11 PM
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Question:


I mined at your pool for a bit but didn't quite understand it so I left. Now I'm back with small amount of hashing power trying things out again.

I need to know what happens if my miners disconnect in middle of a shift?

Does the pool work like BTCG where I get paid for work my miners have completed even if they are now offline? Or is it like Slush where if my worker goes offline all work already completed goes to neverland? I hate that part of Slush because things happen, work done is work done.

Hope to get answers, my hashing power on Slush needs to find a new home.

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November 10, 2013, 06:10:29 PM
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Question:


I mined at your pool for a bit but didn't quite understand it so I left. Now I'm back with small amount of hashing power trying things out again.

I need to know what happens if my miners disconnect in middle of a shift?

Does the pool work like BTCG where I get paid for work my miners have completed even if they are now offline? Or is it like Slush where if my worker goes offline all work already completed goes to neverland? I hate that part of Slush because things happen, work done is work done.

Hope to get answers, my hashing power on Slush needs to find a new home.

This is PPLNS with shifts, so you get paid for the work done on the last 10 shifts. So you yes you get paid  Smiley

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November 10, 2013, 06:26:55 PM
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Nothing bad happens with the work you already did in a shift if you disconnect and stop working.

If you have noisy miners and need to sleep, or you have expensive electricity part of the day, then you don't have to mine 24/7.

But the more work you do the more you get paid. That goes for any pool and any reward model.

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November 10, 2013, 07:36:30 PM
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Thanks for clarification. I'm understanding the dashboard and immense information given slowly one thing at a time. Earlier I made some suggestions and now I see why those suggestions were not implemented since those are no needed that much.

What I'd like to see is a timer showing "time since last block found" as it would help in deciding when to turn off my miners for the night and other times of the day.

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November 10, 2013, 07:45:03 PM
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Thanks for clarification. I'm understanding the dashboard and immense information given slowly one thing at a time. Earlier I made some suggestions and now I see why those suggestions were not implemented since those are no needed that much.

What I'd like to see is a timer showing "time since last block found" as it would help in deciding when to turn off my miners for the night and other times of the day.
I don't think you have a full understanding of the situation yet.

There is no benefit (or drawback) in turning off your miners at a specific time. It doesn't matter if the last block was found 10 seconds ago or 10 hours ago. Whatever happened in the past has no effect on what will happen in the future. All that matters for your payout is your average hashrate in the last 10 shifts when a block is found. Trying to "time" when it is best to turn off your miners makes no sense at this pool; there is no "best" time.

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November 10, 2013, 07:45:32 PM
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Thanks for clarification. I'm understanding the dashboard and immense information given slowly one thing at a time. Earlier I made some suggestions and now I see why those suggestions were not implemented since those are no needed that much.

Good suggestions go on my TODO list. But it may take a while before I get to them - it's a long list.

What I'd like to see is a timer showing "time since last block found" as it would help in deciding when to turn off my miners for the night and other times of the day.

This is already available. Look at "duration" for the BTC and NMC round data shown at https://bitminter.com/livestats/big

BUT: it doesn't matter when you turn off your equipment. There is no good or bad time to stop mining.

It used to be that for many pools there was a good time to stop mining at the pool, to maximize income. This was called pool hopping. Only a few pools are still vulnerable to it. More info here: http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5072/what-is-pool-hopping

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November 10, 2013, 07:54:40 PM
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I've noticed the Livestats\big page is now showing only BTC blocks under the 'Lastest Blocks' section; up until a few days ago it used to show NMC as well. Was this change intentional?

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November 10, 2013, 08:03:23 PM
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I've noticed the Livestats\big page is now showing only BTC blocks under the 'Lastest Blocks' section; up until a few days ago it used to show NMC as well. Was this change intentional?

Yes. For a long time people were complaining it is disappointing to hear the new block sound and then realize it was only an NMC block. NMC value also dropped a lot lately and is a less significant part of the income now.

So I made the latest blocks on the livestats only show BTC. And the transaction history and workers page only show BTC data by default, and there's a filter you can change to see the NMC data.

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November 10, 2013, 08:10:12 PM
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Hey Doc, as for your todo list. I'd liek to see that two factor at the top for all account changes.

Also, this is buging the piss out of me... can someone try to help PLEASE: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330055.0

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