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December 17, 2013, 01:18:48 PM
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I'm seeing confirmed & unconfirmed earnings go up and difficulty is varying a hair, which is good. Last time it hung for me nothing was going up or changing. Block confirms are also happening it appears.

It's logging me out of the website every few minutes, but other than that it seems super.

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December 17, 2013, 03:18:35 PM
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I'm up... getting ready for work.  When I get there and settled in, I will update everyone with what the issue is.

-Fuse

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December 17, 2013, 03:50:42 PM
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Block confirms, uncofirmed and confirmed earnings, all still working as far as I can see.

One big issue in my mind: Moral Orel was cancelled before they finished the 3rd season.

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December 17, 2013, 04:12:19 PM
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Block confirms, uncofirmed and confirmed earnings, all still working as far as I can see.

One big issue in my mind: Moral Orel was cancelled before they finished the 3rd season.

+1 to that!  I love that show.

Ok... so here's the issue(not horrible)- when we get up there in speed(like how we're killing it right now with 200+MH), and we go a long round, the pool cronjob script that processes everything on the backend get's locked up.  I'm not sure why, but I'm thinking it's just a matter of not being able to keep up.  Everything on the pool is working, minus the stats on the front end.  The quick fix is to delete the .pid file for the script cron-job before the next script cronjob runs.  That way when the next cronjob runs, it doesn't think it's already running and bomb out... not completing the stat updates.  So for now I've added a cronjob to delete the .pid file before the next script runs.  It should keep things updated on the front-end until I can split the pool script up into different scripts and run them individually.

TLDR version- mining is working fine... nothing is lost.  The front-end is dumb as a donkey, and needs a kick in the butt every now and then.

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December 18, 2013, 02:04:15 AM
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I made some layout changes on the dashboard page.  Mainly just condensing things.  If you don't like it, let me know, but I think it makes things a little more streamlined.

I have also added SITE CHAT!

You can find the chat menu icon at the top right of the site, after you have logged into the pool.  You will need to create a chat account name, as the app I'm using doesn't pull the logins from the site... not a big deal IMO.  So if you get bored, you can hop in chat and talk with the other pool miners.  I'm sure it won't be the most packed chat room in the interwebs, but it lets us chat in real time for shits and giggles.  The chat is a hosted service, so it does not run on the pool servers, and does not use any pool resources.

Let me know what you guys think.

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December 18, 2013, 05:00:40 AM
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Cool beans I'll check it out Smiley

I took my new R9 280x's offline a few hours ago to put the new coolers on, and then I got sidetracked. Just got them back online. Silence is golden.

Do you control what MPOS puts in the Miner's API? Right now it has hashrate, share rate, worker info, etc. Wondering if 'confirmed/unconfirmed' balance could be added..

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December 18, 2013, 05:21:28 AM
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Cool beans I'll check it out Smiley

I took my new R9 280x's offline a few hours ago to put the new coolers on, and then I got sidetracked. Just got them back online. Silence is golden.

Do you control what MPOS puts in the Miner's API? Right now it has hashrate, share rate, worker info, etc. Wondering if 'confirmed/unconfirmed' balance could be added..

Let me look into it and see what I can do.  I know there are a bunch of API calls that can be used.  If one of them has the payout info, I can see if I can just add the code for it into the worker API.

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December 19, 2013, 07:07:11 AM
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The pool is cranking around 180Mh/s... we have to be one of the biggest TAG pools... not sure of HashFaster hash-rate... the whale could leave and the pool would still be at 100Mh/s.

Brought another veggie crate miner online today, so if I can keep everything running smooth, we have about 4.5Mh/s in the pool... about half way to catching Vesper!!!

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December 19, 2013, 07:25:12 AM
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Way to go 24Kilo!  The missus asked me what I wanted for Xmas.  I told her another GPU card.  She looked at me like I was crazy!!  When I told her that it would pay for itself several times over in the next 12 months she was a tad more enthusiastic. It told her it was the gift that keeps on giving!  Considering I had to fork out ~ $250 for a pair of cross trainer shoes for her (pilates, fit for life, etc,etc) she will spring for a 270X.  Might top it up and get a 280X.  Grin
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December 19, 2013, 07:30:53 AM
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John,

Good luck finding a 280X... I may have a 280X that I do not need... If you want it... let me know... I will put your name on it if it comes up for grabs... reshuffling things here abit.

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December 19, 2013, 09:02:58 AM
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Bugger.  You snooze, you lose.  IJK were showing a good stock of Sapphire Vapor 280x's yesterday.  Just checked... all gone.  Doesn't matter, they still have some 270x's which I would actually be more comfortable with adding to my 2nd miner.  A 280x would have pushed the PSU close to its limit.  Might grab one of them and in the new year build a 3rd miner with a (24Kilo trademarked) veggie crate.  Grin 

John,

Good luck finding a 280X... I may have a 280X that I do not need... If you want it... let me know... I will put your name on it if it comes up for grabs... reshuffling things here abit.
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December 19, 2013, 04:57:50 PM
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Damn you guys and your hashing power.  I've got 2.3MH incoming if Newegg would confirm my order and not think it's a fraud order.  Stupid, Newegg.  I made the damn purchase... now give me my stuff.

I've run into an issue with the liquid assets from last week's server issues.  Somewhere in the transfer to the new server, the liquid assets went from like 75-80TAG to 10TAG.  So either some users got double payouts, or the funds are still floating around in the DB unaccounted for.  Not a big deal right now.  I'll move some of my funds over to the pool jackpot fund to cover the double payout this week.  When TAG hits a bajillion dollars a coin though, I'm hunting down that 80TAG.

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December 19, 2013, 05:33:14 PM
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Congrats on the increased hash power guys Smiley

For me, finding a 280x isn't an issue. Finding it for a price I like, is the issue. I refuse to pay $100..$200 over MSRP. $15, maybe $50 over if it's my precious MSI series. But nowhere beyond that..

Newegg and Tigerdirect seem to be on the 'well screw it, we will charge $100..$200..$300 over msrp' bandwagon. So I just keep refreshing Amazon's in-stock, and hitting 1-click-buy LOL

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December 19, 2013, 06:35:11 PM
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Congrats on the increased hash power guys Smiley

For me, finding a 280x isn't an issue. Finding it for a price I like, is the issue. I refuse to pay $100..$200 over MSRP. $15, maybe $50 over if it's my precious MSI series. But nowhere beyond that..

Newegg and Tigerdirect seem to be on the 'well screw it, we will charge $100..$200..$300 over msrp' bandwagon. So I just keep refreshing Amazon's in-stock, and hitting 1-click-buy LOL

I agree with you 100% on the price thing.  I cringed ordering those 280xs from Newegg, but my pops wanted to move on a rig ASAP.  We'll make ROI no problem, but it will haunt me lol.

I emailed a distributor on Alibaba on those pre-branding GPUs... I'll see what they say about price and quantity.  If I can buy them direct, I'm just going to start going that route.  I don't need them to say Sapphire on the shroud.  I just need them to mine.  I'll let you know what they say.

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December 19, 2013, 06:55:44 PM
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Congrats on the increased hash power guys Smiley

For me, finding a 280x isn't an issue. Finding it for a price I like, is the issue. I refuse to pay $100..$200 over MSRP. $15, maybe $50 over if it's my precious MSI series. But nowhere beyond that..

Newegg and Tigerdirect seem to be on the 'well screw it, we will charge $100..$200..$300 over msrp' bandwagon. So I just keep refreshing Amazon's in-stock, and hitting 1-click-buy LOL

I agree with you 100% on the price thing.  I cringed ordering those 280xs from Newegg, but my pops wanted to move on a rig ASAP.  We'll make ROI no problem, but it will haunt me lol.

I emailed a distributor on Alibaba on those pre-branding GPUs... I'll see what they say about price and quantity.  If I can buy them direct, I'm just going to start going that route.  I don't need them to say Sapphire on the shroud.  I just need them to mine.  I'll let you know what they say.

Yeah definitely. Hell I don't even need them to have coolers on them if it saves money haha

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December 19, 2013, 09:24:34 PM
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Might grab one of them and in the new year build a 3rd miner with a (24Kilo trademarked) veggie crate.  Grin 

Let me know when you need that veggie crate... I have a few spares.

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December 20, 2013, 03:38:07 AM
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Grabbed a couple of these to give them a shot: Prolimatech Ultra Sleek Vortex 14. They're 140mm, but only 15mm thick, so very slim. According to the specs, they're 0.1db quieter (18db) than the other ones I'm running, and they push 10CFM more air per fan.

I've got a couple of cards which, despite all efforts, just want to act silly and run hotter than the rest. I popped a pair of these on and moved the GPU more into the cold-air path, and dropped 5*C. Not bad. I'm sure part of that is being closer to the cold air, but I'd say the combined 20CFM of extra airflow definitely helps.

Cost twice as much as the Blue Vortex series, and the standard fan clips don't work (have to modify them a bit), so I can't see using them as the primary fan for my setup--but they certainly have a use. I'll get a few more just to have on hand.

Figured I'd share my experience.

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December 20, 2013, 03:57:27 AM
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Grabbed a couple of these to give them a shot: Prolimatech Ultra Sleek Vortex 14. They're 140mm, but only 15mm thick, so very slim. According to the specs, they're 0.1db quieter (18db) than the other ones I'm running, and they push 10CFM more air per fan.

I've got a couple of cards which, despite all efforts, just want to act silly and run hotter than the rest. I popped a pair of these on and moved the GPU more into the cold-air path, and dropped 5*C. Not bad. I'm sure part of that is being closer to the cold air, but I'd say the combined 20CFM of extra airflow definitely helps.

Cost twice as much as the Blue Vortex series, and the standard fan clips don't work (have to modify them a bit), so I can't see using them as the primary fan for my setup--but they certainly have a use. I'll get a few more just to have on hand.

Figured I'd share my experience.

Damn, Vesper... I'm going to have to start paying you for all this schooling.  U of Vesper.

Thanks, mate!

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December 20, 2013, 04:02:29 AM
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Lol, glad you liked it. I really love them.

Some elbow grease, a few bucks, and bob's your uncle--great cooling.

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December 20, 2013, 04:43:16 PM
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Just did a quick peek at all known tag pools, and congrats fuse, this one is the biggest of all the ones reporting data:

210MH - Tagmining.com
91 MH - tag.botpool.net
83 MH - tag.hashfaster.com
36 MH - tag.cryptopools.com
n/a - miner.coinedup.com/tag
n/a - tag.cryptopool.it
31 MH - tag.scryptmining.com
n/a - coinex.pw

Loving this low difficulty rate too.. in the low 20's.

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