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June 04, 2011, 07:38:54 PM
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I have never had any problems with deepbit when I first started back in March until after the DOS attack  now I am getting all kinds of funky errors.
Now I get on some of my miners...
PM me your login name please, I'll try to check it.
Also, show me your result of running nslookup pit.deepbit.net in the console.

I'm using Windows computers for mining but I did that look up on my Mac and got...
Last login: Fri Jun  3 08:17:06 on console
DavinciMac:~ Davinci$ nslookup pit.deepbit.net
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached


On my windows boxes I get...

Server: Unknown
Address: 192.168.2.1

Name: pit.deepbit.net
address: 46.4.55.54

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June 04, 2011, 07:41:48 PM
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I have never had any problems with deepbit when I first started back in March until after the DOS attack  now I am getting all kinds of funky errors.

Now I get on some of my miners...

Error 10054
An Existing connection was forcibly closed by the Remote host.

On top of my miniers getting all kicked off of deepbit  what gives!



Rock solid for me (other than when he recycled the long polling server).  Maybe your ISP is routing you poorly [or something along the route from you to deepbit].  Same thing happened to me a week or so ago with Comcast ... an overloaded or malfunctioning Comcast router in New York.

Are you using pit.deepbit.net instead of deepbit.net as your host in your mining software?  I don't know if that matters currently, but that is what Tycho suggested a few days back.

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June 04, 2011, 07:43:16 PM
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I have never had any problems with deepbit when I first started back in March until after the DOS attack  now I am getting all kinds of funky errors.
Now I get on some of my miners...
PM me your login name please, I'll try to check it.
Also, show me your result of running nslookup pit.deepbit.net in the console.

I'm using Windows computers for mining but I did that look up on my Mac and got...
Last login: Fri Jun  3 08:17:06 on console
DavinciMac:~ Davinci$ nslookup pit.deepbit.net
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached


On my windows boxes I get...

Server: Unknown
Address: 192.168.2.1

Name: pit.deepbit.net
address: 46.4.55.54



dig is better than nslookup if you are using the Mac (assuming it is using bind tools) Smiley

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June 04, 2011, 08:35:30 PM
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Are you using pit.deepbit.net instead of deepbit.net as your host in your mining software?  I don't know if that matters currently, but that is what Tycho suggested a few days back.
Currently it doesn't matters. I'll make changes only when most people will switch to it.

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June 04, 2011, 09:10:40 PM
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I have to recognise that eventually I always come to back to Deepbit. I dont like some its stuff, but i have to admit its by far the more stable pool. And having the confirmed/uncofnrimed into all one counter has no price really. Im back here Tycho Tongue

But please, reconsider to at least put 2% fees!!!
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June 04, 2011, 09:33:15 PM
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But please, reconsider to at least put 2% fees!!!
Currently we have 15% better luck in last 24 hours. And the total luck in current difficulty span is 8% better, that's much more than those 3% anyway.

Sorry, but I have a reason to keep the fee at that value :)

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June 04, 2011, 09:49:11 PM
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Hey I'm very new and I'm digging the mining scene(zing). So far, I got everything working except I can't get my program running to the pool. I keep getting wrong username and password to the server. The connection to the wallet is fine, just the server.

I boot up the bitcoin client through bat file
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start /DC:\bitcoin\bitcoin-0.3.21 bitcoin.exe -server

Then boot up the bat file
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start /DC:\bitcoin\poclbm_py2exe_20110428\ poclbm.exe -d1 --host=pit.deepbit.net --port=8332 --user=****@****.com --pass=*** --device=0 --user=**** --pass=****-w128

I get this.
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Wrong login or password: Basic **********

I have the right username and password so I dunno what is up?

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June 04, 2011, 09:50:37 PM
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But please, reconsider to at least put 2% fees!!!
Currently we have 15% better luck in last 24 hours. And the total luck in current difficulty span is 8% better, that's much more than those 3% anyway.

Sorry, but I have a reason to keep the fee at that value Smiley

What about a lower fee incentive for those with higher hash rate?  3% <1G hash, 2.5% 1G hash+ etc.

I've been quite a lucky addition to the pool with my 1,200M hashes I've earned only 80-90BTC since I started, yet I've found 4 blocks for the pool!
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June 04, 2011, 10:00:03 PM
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But please, reconsider to at least put 2% fees!!!
Currently we have 15% better luck in last 24 hours. And the total luck in current difficulty span is 8% better, that's much more than those 3% anyway.

Sorry, but I have a reason to keep the fee at that value Smiley

What about a lower fee incentive for those with higher hash rate?  3% <1G hash, 2.5% 1G hash+ etc.
'The rich get richer, the poor get poorer'
If you can make that much BTC with a 3% fee, why should it change?
I barely manage .01 BTC in a day, and am fine with it.
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June 04, 2011, 10:26:13 PM
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Tycho, could u PM me ip of last submitted share by user zimpixa.second@<censored>? My router blocked again and I need its ip to reset it, cuz Im at other city now... Got any way to know ip of PC which is changing every 24h?

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June 04, 2011, 10:29:06 PM
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Tycho, could u PM me ip of last submitted share by user zimpixa.second@<censored>? My router blocked again and I need its ip to reset it, cuz Im at other city now... Got any way to know ip of PC which is changing every 24h?

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June 04, 2011, 10:32:37 PM
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Tycho, could u PM me ip of last submitted share by user zimpixa.second@<censored>? My router blocked again and I need its ip to reset it, cuz Im at other city now... Got any way to know ip of PC which is changing every 24h?

dyndns.org

Thats the way to prevent - need one to find out now ;p Whole night without restart means big loss ;p

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June 04, 2011, 10:37:10 PM
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How do I port forward 8332 over my router. It keep requesting the lan and I don't know the lan is?






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June 04, 2011, 10:37:26 PM
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This is very strange. My Last payment is posted to the site but I haven't received it.  Block explorer also shows "No such transaction" when I click on provided link in payment history. There seems to be a glitch in the system.
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June 04, 2011, 10:39:43 PM
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This is very strange. My Last payment is posted to the site but I haven't received it.  Block explorer also shows "No such transaction" when I click on provided link in payment history. There seems to be a glitch in the system.
Have you read the help page that is shown after pressing the Instant Payment button ?
Or it was auto payment ? Don't worry, there are no glitches in payment system, it will reach you.

Hmm, I should invent a way to somehow show help page after autopayments too :)

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June 04, 2011, 10:41:35 PM
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But please, reconsider to at least put 2% fees!!!
Currently we have 15% better luck in last 24 hours. And the total luck in current difficulty span is 8% better, that's much more than those 3% anyway.

Sorry, but I have a reason to keep the fee at that value Smiley

What about a lower fee incentive for those with higher hash rate?  3% <1G hash, 2.5% 1G hash+ etc.

I've been quite a lucky addition to the pool with my 1,200M hashes I've earned only 80-90BTC since I started, yet I've found 4 blocks for the pool!

Isn't the percent of a small amount small and the percent of a large amount large?  Why would it make sense to change the fee for the high bit rate miners?  And as far as your luck ... you just described it.  You may have found 4 blocks, but it would just as easily have been the case that you had found none and then you would be way ahead as opposed to solo mining.   I just don't see the logic behind the percentage fee variatoin unless it costs more or less to work with specific rates.

As far as 3% goes, I think it is too high too.  But, the beauty of the market is that you are free to leave.  

So, begging doesn't present a great image Smiley

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June 04, 2011, 10:52:23 PM
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This is very strange. My Last payment is posted to the site but I haven't received it.  Block explorer also shows "No such transaction" when I click on provided link in payment history. There seems to be a glitch in the system.
Have you read the help page that is shown after pressing the Instant Payment button ?
Or it was auto payment ? Don't worry, there are no glitches in payment system, it will reach you.

Hmm, I should invent a way to somehow show help page after autopayments too Smiley

I have been using the manual payment for weeks and every time it shows up within seconds. This time took about 25 minutes for some reason (both in block explorer and my wallet). It ended up showing up though so I am good. Thanks for quick reply.
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June 04, 2011, 11:06:28 PM
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So with the difficulty increases will mining at some point become completely unprofitable no matter how much mh/s or gh/s you have and we all will have to stop? Or does it always even out no matter what the difficulty is? If it does end up unprofitable for everyone will bitcoins die out, or do you guys/gals that have been doing this for a while know there will always be a profit in this?
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June 04, 2011, 11:10:03 PM
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Profits from mining is just additional thing of bitcoins. Dont forget main goal of it - anonymous, fast, non-goverment currency... Mining can be unprofitable due to many circumstances, not only difficulty...

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June 04, 2011, 11:42:40 PM
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Profits from mining is just additional thing of bitcoins. Dont forget main goal of it - anonymous, fast, non-goverment currency... Mining can be unprofitable due to many circumstances, not only difficulty...

Right but doesnt bitcoins depend on mining to make sure the transactions are correct? If mining becomes unprofitable and people stop then there will be no analyzing of transactions so if that was the case people would lose faith in them and stop using them. Or do i have the purpose of mining confused?
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