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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1599523 times)
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May 03, 2011, 12:49:49 AM
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I see some are having DNS problems and others recommending Googles DNS. I would like to recommend, to those on a Windows system, to give DNS benchmark a try by Steve Gibson http://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm. Using this tool you can find the best DNS server for your connection.
No, it's another problem.
Those DNS-servers don't respect TTL field and still point to an old IP when it should be new already.

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May 03, 2011, 01:34:57 AM
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I'd suggest sticking with local servers found by http://code.google.com/p/namebench/
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May 03, 2011, 05:10:33 AM
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Is there script/software out there to let me know that my worker has stopped working from the API token?
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May 03, 2011, 05:22:07 AM
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Is there script/software out there to let me know that my worker has stopped working from the API token?

yep.

http://btc.imnotacyb.org/dbm/

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May 03, 2011, 07:13:03 AM
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For Windows based mining rigs it's good to use apps such as FastCache or similar and setup them to renew locally stored ips<->domains on every 24 hours. This should be enough to make the mining more reliable cause for example Google DNS servers don't provide 99.9999% online service.

Running a script and a daemon that do this on some distro is good decision too...
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May 03, 2011, 07:17:09 AM
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For Windows based mining rigs it's good to use apps such as FastCache or similar and setup them to renew locally stored ips<->domains on every 24 hours. This should be enough to make the mining more reliable cause for example Google DNS servers don't provide 99.9999% online service.
Manually restricting refresh to 24 hours will make things much worse, don't do that.

DNS record for deepbit can be updated automatically to move miners from one server to another.

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May 03, 2011, 07:21:34 AM
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Refresh in 24 hours for 4-5 addresses shouldn't be a problem. Problem is when the majority of low-cost ISPs have crappy DNS service and maintenance ...
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May 03, 2011, 10:21:47 AM
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One thing I noticed, when using Pay-per-share, the history column will not tell me how much BTC I made in the last 24 hours. Can a counter be added there, something that keeps count of how many shares I completed in the last 24h?

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May 03, 2011, 10:30:18 AM
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One thing I noticed, when using Pay-per-share, the history column will not tell me how much BTC I made in the last 24 hours. Can a counter be added there, something that keeps count of how many shares I completed in the last 24h?

every 24 hours, u should just reset share counter and do the math yourself for now

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May 03, 2011, 12:36:37 PM
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Yeah, ive been meaning to, but that would mean a restart and a restart is a PITA right now even though an SSD makes it boot faster.


gotta start up. login. open realtemp, msi AB, gui miner, change a few settignfs here and there. blargh.

doesnt sound too bad now that i think about it.

So google's dns is recommended?

A Windows machine shouldn't require a reboot when changing network settings, but 2K/XP does (Vista and 7 do as well if you change work group or domain name, but not if you make DNS changes ... and for me, I just do it on my router anyway, so it is transparent to all networked devices).

As far as the rest, put shortcuts to them in your start up folder.  Afterburner can be configured to start with windows as can your bitcoin client.  At least with deepbit.net, you don't loose a ton of "work" if you are forced to reboot towards the end of a long round [the score based servers really ding you for that ... I changed my mind and prefer proportional Smiley].

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May 03, 2011, 01:20:11 PM
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Since 11:00 CET we probably hit again another large block  Huh
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May 03, 2011, 01:23:17 PM
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Since 11:00 CET we probably hit again another large block  Huh

Difficulty is increasing ... although maybe this correction and the lack of fund pouring in will slow this down some.

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May 03, 2011, 01:31:11 PM
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Heh, so fast? Since 4-5 hours I didn't go up above 1.50135069 BTC, pretty funny isn't it?
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May 03, 2011, 01:43:00 PM
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Heh, so fast? Since 4-5 hours I didn't go up above 1.50135069 BTC, pretty funny isn't it?

Not at all, but consider working in a small pool or solo mining and the variance can kill you if you expect consistent payout ... especially with the difficulty rising so fast.

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May 03, 2011, 02:22:13 PM
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difficulty CANNOT/WILL NOT rise beyond 109670 until the block 122976

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May 03, 2011, 02:37:16 PM
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difficulty CANNOT/WILL NOT rise beyond 109670 until the block 122976

Sure, but my hope is that with recent events it will not rise or not rise much for a change.  Even better would be a drop; but I think there is a latency period where people are still bringing new hardware online in spite of the market correction and Paypal cut off.

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May 03, 2011, 05:28:32 PM
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One thing I noticed, when using Pay-per-share, the history column will not tell me how much BTC I made in the last 24 hours. Can a counter be added there, something that keeps count of how many shares I completed in the last 24h?

every 24 hours, u should just reset share counter and do the math yourself for now

... or just write down the current btc amount I have every 24h. Yeah, I'm doing it now, but it would be more user friendly to have a counter.

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May 03, 2011, 05:53:02 PM
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Technical question, the smallest unit processable by a bitcoin client is a block is it not? What then comprises a share? Or is it a matter of blocks somehow being further divisible?
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May 03, 2011, 05:56:21 PM
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Technical question, the smallest unit processable by a bitcoin client is a block is it not? What then comprises a share? Or is it a matter of blocks somehow being further divisible?

Shares are parts of a block.  Only one share has the solution to the block.  That makes it very ready to distribute work in a pool.

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May 03, 2011, 06:09:32 PM
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Technical question, the smallest unit processable by a bitcoin client is a block is it not? What then comprises a share? Or is it a matter of blocks somehow being further divisible?

Shares are parts of a block.  Only one share has the solution to the block.  That makes it very ready to distribute work in a pool.

so each miner client still attempts to process the 'current' block' submitting their answers , each answer submitted is a share but only one will be 'first' and thus have the solution for the block . Is that correct? Forgive my confusion I just want to be sure I understand it correctly.
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