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June 06, 2011, 07:17:20 PM
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UPDATE:

Now main stats table shows the number of your submitted shares per each block, including PPS workers.

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June 06, 2011, 07:27:21 PM
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normally i pull payment and it shows instantly.....

its been ~15 minutes and I've yet to see payment from my last payout... kinda strange

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June 06, 2011, 07:31:35 PM
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normally i pull payment and it shows instantly.....
its been ~15 minutes and I've yet to see payment from my last payout... kinda strange
This is possible. I saw your payment in the log :)
If you see it in your payments table, then you'll get it.

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June 06, 2011, 07:47:44 PM
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normally i pull payment and it shows instantly.....
its been ~15 minutes and I've yet to see payment from my last payout... kinda strange
This is possible. I saw your payment in the log Smiley
If you see it in your payments table, then you'll get it.

:/ That kind of worries me, because my client is still not showing it

How many blocks should my client read? I'm at 129074 and 1 connection... I'm getting worried!

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June 06, 2011, 07:50:41 PM
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:/ That kind of worries me, because my client is still not showing it
How many blocks should my client read? I'm at 129074 and 1 connection... I'm getting worried!
Current block is 129077.
Usually it won't be confirmed until the next block is found by the pool.

And I'll repeat - if you see this transaction in the payments table, you WILL receive it.
You can also check http://bitcoincharts/bitcoin to see if it's still in the queue.

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June 06, 2011, 08:01:56 PM
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:/ That kind of worries me, because my client is still not showing it
How many blocks should my client read? I'm at 129074 and 1 connection... I'm getting worried!
Current block is 129077.
Usually it won't be confirmed until the next block is found by the pool.

And I'll repeat - if you see this transaction in the payments table, you WILL receive it.
You can also check http://bitcoincharts/bitcoin to see if it's still in the queue.

I was just worried that I missed something.. I reinstalled Windows on Sunday and copied over the appdata folder for bitcoin. I've done that 3- times now and it worked just this time has been weird


anyhow, the client updated to block 129078 and its good now, I got my big payment Smiley seems I need more patience Tongue !

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June 06, 2011, 10:19:31 PM
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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.

Yeah that definitely caught my eye.  Perhaps Vladimir hooked up the massive stack of 6990's he posted pics of in the "Show Your Mining Rig" thread.

Side note; hey Tycho (anyone really) my lowly HD 5670 cranks out a pretty steady 65 Mhashes / sec but today at work I noticed while watching my stats it varying as high 100 and as low as 30.  I guess mebbe this has been asked before, apologies if I'm being repetitive.  If so mebbe someone could simply point me to an FAQ?
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June 06, 2011, 10:41:23 PM
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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.
Yeah that definitely caught my eye.  Perhaps Vladimir hooked up the massive stack of 6990's he posted pics of in the "Show Your Mining Rig" thread.
This was just a glitch caused by very short averaging window after difficulty adjustment. Happens each time.

Side note; hey Tycho (anyone really) my lowly HD 5670 cranks out a pretty steady 65 Mhashes / sec but today at work I noticed while watching my stats it varying as high 100 and as low as 30.  I guess mebbe this has been asked before, apologies if I'm being repetitive.  If so mebbe someone could simply point me to an FAQ?
Set your own averaging window to 30-60 minutes in pool's advanced settings page.

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June 06, 2011, 11:01:27 PM
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Now main stats table shows the number of your submitted shares per each block, including PPS workers.

I wondered when you would get around to that Smiley.  It is a curiosity only for me [at the moment], but that should stop all those "Why didn't I get paid and it says 'None'" questions.  I asked that question once upon a time very early on [for me].

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June 06, 2011, 11:06:26 PM
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normally i pull payment and it shows instantly.....

its been ~15 minutes and I've yet to see payment from my last payout... kinda strange

Are you using the new bitcoin client 0.3.22 or an older version?  It shouldn't matter in practice, but 0.3.22 is being adopted rather slowly, so the peers linking up happens slowly as well and that may have something to do with it.  I think size of the payout can have an effect to [if you paid out 0.01BTC, it would get thrown at the end of the queue for signing into a block ... although I think you should still see it with 0 confirmations in your client].  Most of the time it is instantaneous from deepbit and one other pool that I have used with instant payout, but every now and again, there is a delay and I wonder if something went wrong, but it always appears.  If you haven't locked down your address, it is probably a good idea to glance at it to make sure it is the same before you payout Smiley

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June 06, 2011, 11:08:35 PM
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Anyone else having trouble getting onto the deepbit website?

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June 06, 2011, 11:08:46 PM
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Now main stats table shows the number of your submitted shares per each block, including PPS workers.
I wondered when you would get around to that :).  It is a curiosity only for me [at the moment], but that should stop all those "Why didn't I get paid and it says 'None'" questions.  I asked that question once upon a time very early on [for me]
Currently only the number of shares is shown for PPS workers, not the reward.

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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.

Yeah that definitely caught my eye.  Perhaps Vladimir hooked up the massive stack of 6990's he posted pics of in the "Show Your Mining Rig" thread.

Side note; hey Tycho (anyone really) my lowly HD 5670 cranks out a pretty steady 65 Mhashes / sec but today at work I noticed while watching my stats it varying as high 100 and as low as 30.  I guess mebbe this has been asked before, apologies if I'm being repetitive.  If so mebbe someone could simply point me to an FAQ?

You are looking on the site?  Don't fret about the hash rate show on the site.  It is pretty much of psychological value only; it does reflect accepted shares during a window, but it is not particularly useful data beyond mind candy (which is why I set my window to 5 minutes ... I like to see the high spikes and low dips regularly).  More important is to watch your miner and its hash rate, watch the accepted and rejected count and match it up to what the pool indicates.  On some pools, this can be difficult [and if you use poclbm miner, it doesn't show the running totals like phoenix, so you must tally miner stats another way such as logging the console and parsing it].  I worry more that my hash rate on my miners is good [which should stay pretty constant if that is all your machine is doing] and that the stats on the miners match the stats on the pool.  Or, rely on blind trust.  I can vouch for deepbit when I say that it has never missed a share [accepted or rejected].  I thought it had once, but it turned out that GUIMiner (20110323 I think) was showing more than it should; I use only command line miners now.  I use poclbm for my 6970 and phoenix for my 5850s (you can try to figure out why if you like  Lips sealed).

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June 06, 2011, 11:19:38 PM
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Average in last 6 hours: 515473 (-10.1%)
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Average shares per block: 607447 (+6.6%)

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June 06, 2011, 11:22:24 PM
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Side note; hey Tycho (anyone really) my lowly HD 5670 cranks out a pretty steady 65 Mhashes / sec but today at work I noticed while watching my stats it varying as high 100 and as low as 30.  I guess mebbe this has been asked before, apologies if I'm being repetitive.  If so mebbe someone could simply point me to an FAQ?
You are looking on the site?  Don't fret about the hash rate show on the site.  It is pretty much of psychological value only; it does reflect accepted shares during a window, but it is not particularly useful data beyond mind candy
I call it "luck meter" because it shows your hashrate, affected by your personal luck. So if you see high rate for some time it means that you are really getting more shares then.

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June 06, 2011, 11:23:20 PM
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Average in last 6 hours: 515473 (-10.1%)
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Average shares per block: 607447 (+6.6%)
It's not even 24 hours since last difficulty adjustment, it will jump up and down like that :)

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June 06, 2011, 11:24:25 PM
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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.

Yeah that definitely caught my eye.  Perhaps Vladimir hooked up the massive stack of 6990's he posted pics of in the "Show Your Mining Rig" thread.

Side note; hey Tycho (anyone really) my lowly HD 5670 cranks out a pretty steady 65 Mhashes / sec but today at work I noticed while watching my stats it varying as high 100 and as low as 30.  I guess mebbe this has been asked before, apologies if I'm being repetitive.  If so mebbe someone could simply point me to an FAQ?

I don't know that a 6990 is worth it compared to the price of 5830, 5850 and 5870 models [even if they are now inflated due to obvious bitcoin mining demand].  I would go so far to say that the 6970 is not worth it [yet] except the 58xx series have gone up in price enough that it is close.  I think the 69xx series for mining only make sense if you use it for something besides mining [i.e. gaming or 3D work] or nothing else is available at a reasonable price anyway and you still want a card for mining despite the price.

Who knows; maybe driver updates in the future will change everything for the 69xx series.

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June 07, 2011, 12:21:05 AM
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Failure threshold, does this generate a notification or something?


Trying to figure out how i can make deepbit email/text/something when one of my clients goes offline

I also wanna be able to disable it for one client, as my gaming desktop doesn't mine 24/7

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June 07, 2011, 12:25:13 AM
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Failure threshold, does this generate a notification or something?
Trying to figure out how i can make deepbit email/text/something when one of my clients goes offline
I also wanna be able to disable it for one client, as my gaming desktop doesn't mine 24/7
Currently it only shows the worker in red color. Notifications are not deployed yet.

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June 07, 2011, 12:56:54 AM
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Suggestion: Show how much BTC We have paid to the pool, both as a whole and individually? Give us the option to donate more?

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