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Sarawak
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August 10, 2011, 01:07:18 AM
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What does this mean exactly?  Is that what tracks payout?  Just making sure it doesn't mean my config's off.
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August 10, 2011, 01:12:21 AM
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A share is a proof of work that you send to the pool server. You receive money based on the number of shares submitted (more shares equals more money).

How many Mhash/s do you have? It may take a few minutes to make a share
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August 10, 2011, 01:14:03 AM
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I have a khash/s rate of 300.  It's working off of a Radeon 6870.
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August 10, 2011, 02:09:37 AM
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excuse the noob question but,

how exactly is a share made? i mean what criteria must the miner meet to make a share?

I should have been informed.

Also, THE GAME
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August 10, 2011, 03:05:15 AM
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I have a khash/s rate of 300.  It's working off of a Radeon 6870.

It's mhash/s. Don't mix up those two. 300 khash/s would be really bad Wink You have some configuration problem. At that speed you should be making lots of shares.

excuse the noob question but,

how exactly is a share made? i mean what criteria must the miner meet to make a share?

I am no expert and the details behind share creation and verification aren't simple. I like to think that a share is simply a bunch of hashes that you must calculate. After you are done, you send these calculations to the pool server and it replies something like: "You haven't found a block, but you have been working so here's a little reward".

You can find more info at the wiki
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