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June 06, 2011, 05:42:25 AM
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Veldy my friend, I am a lifetime geek, I started distributed computing on 1/1/2004 /w folding@home; if bitcoin somehow comepletely dies I am switching back to folding@home and keeping my hardware. Any money I spend in computer hardware only makes me happier as a person.

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June 06, 2011, 05:59:25 AM
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Hello again,
this time i need some help with json_decode of the stats of each worker.

They are in a array but im to stupid to extract it.

This is the code i used to get the Hashrate:
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$str = json_decode($contents);
$value = $str->{'hashrate'};
echo $value

How does it work for the array of workers ?

2nd question, how do i get the values of one specific worker ?

Thx for you help.
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June 06, 2011, 06:38:07 AM
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If you knew anything about statistics, Atroxes, you'd know that even right now there's already a good chance his pool finds a few blocks in a row, 51% is a myth.

Even with 40% he will get 6 blocks in a row 0.41% of the time meaning he only needs 244 attempts to succeed once. Is that in any way shape or form good for the health and security of Bitcoin? I seriously doubt Satoshi would be happy if he saw a client have this much of the total hashing speed, and it even arguably defeats the whole point of mining.

EDIT: And I understand that everyone is participating voluntarily it's just that I don't want to see us suffer even a single fraud attack which could potentially bring the whole thing down.

What if [Tycho] is really Satoshi Nakamoto himself ?
I am the one, who accused directly that [Tycho] "WILL" bring down Bitcoin.
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9090
But, the working style, speed, quick response, non stop increase in pool size, still he is BELOW 50% for the past 2-3 months, I think it is Satoshi Nakamoto himself running deepbit.net in alias form, [Tycho], so that NO OTHERS take down the bitcoin.
If some one like US govt, try to take down bitcoin then any one think that Satoshi Nakamoto will just sit & do nothing?
With the power of pool size [Tycho] has Satoshi Nakamoto can easily with out much effort can make bitcoin stay forever, who ever, what ever times attack bitcoin, to bring down bitcoin.

Am i right?
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June 06, 2011, 08:19:09 AM
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If you knew anything about statistics, Atroxes, you'd know that even right now there's already a good chance his pool finds a few blocks in a row, 51% is a myth.

Even with 40% he will get 6 blocks in a row 0.41% of the time meaning he only needs 244 attempts to succeed once. Is that in any way shape or form good for the health and security of Bitcoin? I seriously doubt Satoshi would be happy if he saw a client have this much of the total hashing speed, and it even arguably defeats the whole point of mining.

EDIT: And I understand that everyone is participating voluntarily it's just that I don't want to see us suffer even a single fraud attack which could potentially bring the whole thing down.

What if [Tycho] is really Satoshi Nakamoto himself ?
I am the one, who accused directly that [Tycho] "WILL" bring down Bitcoin.
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9090
But, the working style, speed, quick response, non stop increase in pool size, still he is BELOW 50% for the past 2-3 months, I think it is Satoshi Nakamoto himself running deepbit.net in alias form, [Tycho], so that NO OTHERS take down the bitcoin.
If some one like US govt, try to take down bitcoin then any one think that Satoshi Nakamoto will just sit & do nothing?
With the power of pool size [Tycho] has Satoshi Nakamoto can easily with out much effort can make bitcoin stay forever, who ever, what ever times attack bitcoin, to bring down bitcoin.

Am i right?
Some secrets must stay secret only, to protect everything.

No way man. I'm Satoshi. So is Gavin. And Luke. AND YOU. We're all Satoshi, each and every one of us.

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June 06, 2011, 08:46:57 AM
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Satoshi is in your mind, in your heart, in your spirit.

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June 06, 2011, 09:33:01 AM
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we have reached >2100 Gh/s!

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June 06, 2011, 09:34:45 AM
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No comments.

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June 06, 2011, 09:51:19 AM
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A question Tycho, would it be possible to add total average income for a worker?
So if a worker is active 8 hours one day, and 6 hours the next, it will show the total average income for those 14 active hours.

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June 06, 2011, 12:09:04 PM
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all mesage I got in poclbm.exe are something like these(nothing else):

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06/06/2011 20:00:07, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:10, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:11, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:14, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:16, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:19, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:23, long poll: new block 00000340c4c2551c
06/06/2011 20:00:23, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:23, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:26, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:29, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:32, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:34, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:37, warning: job finished, miner is idle

the setting for bitcoin.exe and poclbm.exe are:

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start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22 bitcoin.exe -server
start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22\poclbm_py2exe_20110428 poclbm.exe -v -w 512 -f 60 -d1 --host=pit.deepbit.net --port=8332 --user=xxx --pass=xxx --device=0

Can anyone tell me what problem is it?
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June 06, 2011, 12:10:43 PM
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all mesage I got in poclbm.exe are something like these(nothing else):

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06/06/2011 20:00:07, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:10, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:11, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:14, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:16, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:19, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:23, long poll: new block 00000340c4c2551c
06/06/2011 20:00:23, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:23, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:26, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:29, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:32, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:34, warning: job finished, miner is idle
06/06/2011 20:00:37, warning: job finished, miner is idle

the setting for bitcoin.exe and poclbm.exe are:

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start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22 bitcoin.exe -server
start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22\poclbm_py2exe_20110428 poclbm.exe -v -w 512 -f 60 -d1 --host=pit.deepbit.net --port=8332 --user=xxx --pass=xxx --device=0

Can anyone tell me what problem is it?

Had the same problem, switched to phoenix miner, now it's perfect as usual Smiley
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June 06, 2011, 01:23:58 PM
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A question Tycho, would it be possible to add total average income for a worker?
So if a worker is active 8 hours one day, and 6 hours the next, it will show the total average income for those 14 active hours.
Currently only shares are counted for each worker, not the balance.
Earnings per worker can be estimated by looking at share proportions, but this may not be precise enough.

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June 06, 2011, 01:27:03 PM
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06/06/2011 20:00:37, warning: job finished, miner is idle
the setting for bitcoin.exe and poclbm.exe are:
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start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22 bitcoin.exe -server
start /DD:\Software\Bitcoin-0.3.22\poclbm_py2exe_20110428 poclbm.exe -v -w 512 -f 60 -d1 --host=pit.deepbit.net --port=8332 --user=xxx --pass=xxx --device=0
Can anyone tell me what problem is it?
1. You don't need to run bitcoin server for pooled mining.
2. Your settings are almost correct, but you are choosing device 1 by "-d1" and then device 0 by "--device=0", there should be only one.
3. Those errors may be caused by bad internet connection. Is your displayed hashrate much lower on the site than in console or not ?

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June 06, 2011, 01:55:28 PM
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A question Tycho, would it be possible to add total average income for a worker?
So if a worker is active 8 hours one day, and 6 hours the next, it will show the total average income for those 14 active hours.
Currently only shares are counted for each worker, not the balance.
Earnings per worker can be estimated by looking at share proportions, but this may not be precise enough.

You said it yourself, it's not precise enough. Only having the total shares does not say much about the actual income. As the difficulty changes, so does the value per share.
It is hard to extract how many of the shares were mined during what difficulty, making it hard to put a total estimate on workers that span many difficulty changes.

So a timeline over shares/dificulty at least would be nice.

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June 06, 2011, 02:12:32 PM
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Veldy my friend, I am a lifetime geek, I started distributed computing on 1/1/2004 /w folding@home; if bitcoin somehow comepletely dies I am switching back to folding@home and keeping my hardware. Any money I spend in computer hardware only makes me happier as a person.

This is win-win for me. Cheesy

folding@home - can you make money out of that ?  And if so, how ?
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June 06, 2011, 02:15:43 PM
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Veldy my friend, I am a lifetime geek, I started distributed computing on 1/1/2004 /w folding@home; if bitcoin somehow comepletely dies I am switching back to folding@home and keeping my hardware. Any money I spend in computer hardware only makes me happier as a person.

This is win-win for me. Cheesy

folding@home - can you make money out of that ?  And if so, how ?

No; it's used for research - cancer/alzheimers etc

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June 06, 2011, 02:20:32 PM
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Veldy my friend, I am a lifetime geek, I started distributed computing on 1/1/2004 /w folding@home; if bitcoin somehow comepletely dies I am switching back to folding@home and keeping my hardware. Any money I spend in computer hardware only makes me happier as a person.

This is win-win for me. Cheesy

folding@home - can you make money out of that ?  And if so, how ?

No; it's used for research - cancer/alzheimers etc

http://folding.stanford.edu/English/Main

Cool, I'll bookmark that. Stick a couple of machines on it when all this is over Smiley
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June 06, 2011, 02:36:58 PM
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Veldy my friend, I am a lifetime geek, I started distributed computing on 1/1/2004 /w folding@home; if bitcoin somehow comepletely dies I am switching back to folding@home and keeping my hardware. Any money I spend in computer hardware only makes me happier as a person.

This is win-win for me. Cheesy

folding@home - can you make money out of that ?  And if so, how ?

I think what he really said is that he used credit to buy all that equipment Smiley  I hear the Balrog now ... boom doom doom boom!

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June 06, 2011, 04:00:30 PM
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now @ 2200Gh/s and counting...

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June 06, 2011, 04:24:42 PM
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now @ 2200Gh/s and counting...

Doesn't the size of "Other" on the Bitcoin Watch pie chart bother anybody?  That is  clearly the reason for the spike in blocks per hour.  Somebody brought an IMMENSE amount of hardware online just before the difficulty increase.

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June 06, 2011, 04:30:52 PM
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I downloaded poclbm.exe and am able to solo mine but even after regitering at deepbit.net when I run my batch file I get the error "wrong login or password." I've double checked my username and password and am 100% they're correct. Here is my batch command:
Code:
start /DC:\Bitcoin\poclbm poclbm.exe -d1 --host=pit.deepbit.net --port=8332 --user=user@user.com --pass=password --platform=1 -v -w128

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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