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September 13, 2011, 04:39:03 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.

lol im pretty sure they reset when a block is found...

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September 13, 2011, 04:39:31 PM
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http://www.nmcbit.com/statistics

NMC Current round started at:   Sep 13th, 04:16:20 pm
NMC Current round duration:   0 hours

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September 13, 2011, 04:44:26 PM
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Yep, i guess new blocks do reset the stats, but its kinda annoying if you cant see previous work.
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September 13, 2011, 04:45:17 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.
The shares are set back to zero once a new block is formed it's updating the database to pay you right now.
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September 13, 2011, 05:06:14 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.

Same here. I had > 80000 shares, now only 30000.

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September 13, 2011, 05:07:04 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.
The shares are set back to zero once a new block is formed it's updating the database to pay you right now.

But the "BTC Balance" is remain zero, and it's been more than the one-hour delay.

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September 13, 2011, 05:20:36 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.
The shares are set back to zero once a new block is formed it's updating the database to pay you right now.

But the "BTC Balance" is remain zero, and it's been more than the one-hour delay.

Database is slow.
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September 13, 2011, 05:53:08 PM
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Whats with all my shares disappearing? I had >5000 last I checked and now I'm down to 60??

Switching back to deepbit till its fixed.

Same here. I had > 80000 shares, now only 30000.

did you miss the post right above yours? lol it resets for each block.

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September 13, 2011, 06:01:51 PM
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I have been mining with this pool through 3+ blocks now and my BTC balance is still at 0BTC despite having submitted 100's or 1000's of shares in each of these 3+ rounds.

Is this just slow database?

Andy

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September 13, 2011, 06:37:01 PM
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I have been mining with this pool through 3+ blocks now and my BTC balance is still at 0BTC despite having submitted 100's or 1000's of shares in each of these 3+ rounds.

Is this just slow database?

Andy



We are 3 block behind and here is what it does ever 7 minutes.

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immature = 21
orphan = 0
total time to run nmc_RPC_UpdateBlockInfo = 1
Doing Pool Stat updates...
Runnig worker stat updates...
Worker stat update executed in 16 seconds.
Executing code to update all user balances.
Updating nmc_balance for user user 32 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 31 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 113 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 5 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 96 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 120 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 87 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 12 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 14 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 73 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 101 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 49 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 44 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 35 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 124 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 109 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 22 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 85 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 71 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 82 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 68 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 18 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 90 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 1 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 9 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 98 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 37 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 13 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 28 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 81 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 102 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 21 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 19 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 20 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 42 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 63 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 75 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 106 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 126 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 86 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 53 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 105 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 91 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 70 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 52 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 62 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 11 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 111 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 107 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 47 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 27 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 24 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 65 nmc_block 142602 result = 2
Updating nmc_balance for user user 58 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Updating nmc_balance for user user 127 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Updating nmc_balance for user user 61 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Updating nmc_balance for user user 15 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Updating nmc_balance for user user 114 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Updating nmc_balance for user user 54 nmc_block 142602 result = 1
Total number of users to update = 120 Users updated and double checked = 53 time took = 37


If I increase the time to do this you will not be able to insert shares.  MySql is not Microsoft SQL server.  I have to work around it's short comings.  Also on Amazon servers if you are using the cpu at 100% to long they throttler you down making the process even slower crushing the pushpools ability to insert shares. 

I have a large server with 8 gigs of ram 2 CPUs for MySQL  (anything bigger is did not help MySQL only uses one CPU) also I have another server called conserver5.nmcbit.com no one is on that execept me with 29 Mhs and I still get...

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2011-09-13 14:25:21: Listener for "coinserver5 test": 13/09/2011 14:25:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2


Without clustering MySQL like I have clustered pushpool/namecoin/bitcoin there is no way that I know of I can accept shares faster than 25 GHs without problems.

If anyone has any suggestions that will be quick to implement I'm all ears.
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September 13, 2011, 07:18:49 PM
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nope, I don't know of anyone else running on amazon, I believe BTCguild has a similiar setup but with real servers, maybe eleuthria may have some ideas?

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September 13, 2011, 07:32:32 PM
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I don't think my balance is right. I've mined at 13 Ghash/s for 8 hours, and only get 1.3235831 BTC on the balance. And I saw I have 80000+ shares at some point earlier.

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September 13, 2011, 07:48:58 PM
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I don't think my balance is right. I've mined at 13 Ghash/s for 8 hours, and only get 1.3235831 BTC on the balance. And I saw I have 80000+ shares at some point earlier.

I have been mining with this pool through 3+ blocks now and my BTC balance is still at 0BTC despite having submitted 100's or 1000's of shares in each of these 3+ rounds.

Is this just slow database?

Andy



We are 3 block behind

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September 13, 2011, 08:16:19 PM
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Without clustering MySQL like I have clustered pushpool/namecoin/bitcoin there is no way that I know of I can accept shares faster than 25 GHs without problems.

If anyone has any suggestions that will be quick to implement I'm all ears.

Just to be clear i was in no way complaining! I was just checking that I had understood things properly and that i wasnt doing anything wrong and loosing shares!

Are you running MySQL inside a traditional amazon EC2 compute instance? Or are you using the Amazon Relational Database Service? http://aws.amazon.com/rds/

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September 13, 2011, 10:51:28 PM
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I don't think my balance is right. I've mined at 13 Ghash/s for 8 hours, and only get 1.3235831 BTC on the balance. And I saw I have 80000+ shares at some point earlier.


I will check it but 80,000 shares seems excessive please pm me you user name.  All shares are in the database even rejected ones.
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September 13, 2011, 10:54:17 PM
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Without clustering MySQL like I have clustered pushpool/namecoin/bitcoin there is no way that I know of I can accept shares faster than 25 GHs without problems.

If anyone has any suggestions that will be quick to implement I'm all ears.

Just to be clear i was in no way complaining! I was just checking that I had understood things properly and that i wasnt doing anything wrong and loosing shares!

Are you running MySQL inside a traditional amazon EC2 compute instance? Or are you using the Amazon Relational Database Service? http://aws.amazon.com/rds/

Andy
No, but thanks for the tip! I will look into it.
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September 13, 2011, 10:57:21 PM
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Pool Hashing power just dropped (almost 80%) to 8 GH

My miners were redirected to failback pool

Did we just find a new block and did the database lockup ?

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September 13, 2011, 10:58:15 PM
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MySql is not Microsoft SQL server.

This is a very sad statement.
If you want to try and help save the NMC blockchain, this kind of computer illiteracy won't get you nowhere, and many people will NOT trust you. As much as I support your good intentions.. well, good intentions do not justify ignorance.

Try to reflect a bit about what you type before you do it, and in the meantime... optimize your MySql, or evolve to Postgres.

Just sayin'.

Why the frell so many retards spell "ect" as an abbreviation of "Et Cetera"? "ETC", DAMMIT! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Et_cetera

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September 13, 2011, 11:08:38 PM
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Seriously,how long does it take for a pool to come out of beta?
You've been at it for more than a month now and still your pool is unstable.
Why is it down this time?
 

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September 13, 2011, 11:25:25 PM
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I don't think my balance is right. I've mined at 13 Ghash/s for 8 hours, and only get 1.3235831 BTC on the balance. And I saw I have 80000+ shares at some point earlier.


I will check it but 80,000 shares seems excessive please pm me you user name.  All shares are in the database even rejected ones.

Okay, got the balance looks better now. 2.89 BTC in 8 hours, not bad.

I will point 20 Ghash/s to your pool after breakfast. (UTC+08:00 here)

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