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July 29, 2011, 01:17:37 PM
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This morning I found that one of my nodes Generated 0.02331947 coins. This is weird, I have never generated anything.  Now, my question is this... was this a block that I found FOR THE POOL? If so, why did I get the fees (i'm assuming they were the fees)
Have you ever mined in luke's pool ? If you did one week ago then this is his payout.

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July 29, 2011, 02:47:16 PM
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This morning I found that one of my nodes Generated 0.02331947 coins. This is weird, I have never generated anything.  Now, my question is this... was this a block that I found FOR THE POOL? If so, why did I get the fees (i'm assuming they were the fees)
Have you ever mined in luke's pool ? If you did one week ago then this is his payout.

Nope.  I don't even know who Luke is.  Let me explain my set up and you'll see how weird this is.

I'm mining with two computers, one is my everyday PC. Both using Windows 7. My "working" computer (everyday pc) has 2 video cards, one that handles my two monitors, and the other GPU is only for mining. (it has a dummy plug) [a 6790 running 200mhps]

My other computer, which I call my rig, only has the 1 video card, which needs no monitor/dummy plug. It has a 6870 running 288mhps.

On this rig, I am running a bitcoin node (has a wallet).  My router is forwarding port 8332 to this rig, so the node has 8 connections.

On my working PC, I am running the node that "connects" to the rig's node. It shows only one connection, and my rig's shows 9 connections when this one is on.  The wallet I use for payouts is on my working computer.

When everything is going great over at triplemining, I have both GUIminers pointing there, with deepbit being the backup.  Well, there is a huge unlucky block at TM and I set my RIG's miner to deepbit for a few days, while my working computer's miner stays with TM.

Then on July 27 at 23:03 (USA Central Time) I see that I have generated 0.02331947 and it needs 120 blocks to confirm.  I visit TM's stats, and the long block is still there, so I didn't solve a block for them.  Then I visit deepbit and I can't tell who solved a block for the pool, but I assume that I did.

I have NEVER generated a block for a pool, or for solo mining before. I don't know what that looks like.  I thought I would solve a 50 BTC block and have it NOT credit my node.  But this, this 0.02 generation is boggling the mind.

I mean, the GPU who was mining at deepbit, is on the RIG, and the node on that right has not generated anything.  The GPU on my everyday working computer was/is mining at TM, yet this is the node that gets a generation reward.  (and it's connected through my rig)

I may never know. And I accept this now.

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July 29, 2011, 03:09:04 PM
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This morning I found that one of my nodes Generated 0.02331947 coins. This is weird, I have never generated anything.  Now, my question is this... was this a block that I found FOR THE POOL? If so, why did I get the fees (i'm assuming they were the fees)
Have you ever mined in luke's pool ? If you did one week ago then this is his payout.

On this rig, I am running a bitcoin node (has a wallet).  My router is forwarding port 8332 to this rig, so the node has 8 connections.

On my working PC, I am running the node that "connects" to the rig's node. It shows only one connection, and my rig's shows 9 connections when this one is on.  The wallet I use for payouts is on my working computer.

I may never know. And I accept this now.

Kind of curious, are your Bitcoin clients "generating coins"?

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July 29, 2011, 03:28:13 PM
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PandaMiner, what address received these generated coins.  Luke's pool is Eligius.  It is still very likely that this is where they came from.

When you find that address, go to this URL: http://eligius.st/~artefact2/5/YOURADDRESSHERE

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July 29, 2011, 05:51:29 PM
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Hey guys, I'm kind of new to this and I just finished mining 0.05 BTC today and tried to transfer it to my wallet but it isn't there and the amount has been withdrawn from my deepbit account. Does it take a few hours for it to get it my wallet or did I do something wrong?

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July 29, 2011, 06:02:04 PM
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Hey guys, I'm kind of new to this and I just finished mining 0.05 BTC today and tried to transfer it to my wallet but it isn't there and the amount has been withdrawn from my deepbit account. Does it take a few hours for it to get it my wallet or did I do something wrong?
Yes, sometimes it can take hours, but first you should check your setup:
1. Is your bitcoin client connected ? Look for connections number at the bottom of your bitcoin client window.
2. Is it's blockchain up to date ? Number of blocks shown there should be equal or very close to the "Last block" number at the stats page: https://deepbit.net/stats (right column)

If you see this transaction in your payments list at the site and your bitcoin client is working then you just have to wait a bit.
Clicking at the transaction data may show you "no such transaction" until it gets the first confirmation - it's normal.

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July 29, 2011, 06:11:00 PM
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I do not want to state how i was able to do this in this public thread. But this is a Big issue for you i assume, I would expect (and i thought about doing this) people to create new accounts, Throw thier deepbit into -2 and then make a new account. Reapeat, Completetly draining you of all your funds. Contact me eh? Bugs like this should be patched
Thanks for your report. This is a rare condition and now I found it.

"Completetly draining you of all your funds" is not possible because I'm keeping only minimal amount online.

I'm sending 10 BTC your way.
Other users can also receive rewards for reporting important bugs.

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July 29, 2011, 09:44:19 PM
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I do not want to state how i was able to do this in this public thread. But this is a Big issue for you i assume, I would expect (and i thought about doing this) people to create new accounts, Throw thier deepbit into -2 and then make a new account. Reapeat, Completetly draining you of all your funds. Contact me eh? Bugs like this should be patched
Thanks for your report. This is a rare condition and now I found it.

"Completetly draining you of all your funds" is not possible because I'm keeping only minimal amount online.

I'm sending 10 BTC your way.
Other users can also receive rewards for reporting important bugs.

And this laties and gentlemen Is yet another reason Why, Tycho is worth his 3%.
I thank you Tycho

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July 29, 2011, 09:45:17 PM
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I do not want to state how i was able to do this in this public thread. But this is a Big issue for you i assume, I would expect (and i thought about doing this) people to create new accounts, Throw thier deepbit into -2 and then make a new account. Reapeat, Completetly draining you of all your funds. Contact me eh? Bugs like this should be patched
Thanks for your report. This is a rare condition and now I found it.

"Completetly draining you of all your funds" is not possible because I'm keeping only minimal amount online.

I'm sending 10 BTC your way.
Other users can also receive rewards for reporting important bugs.

And this laties and gentlemen Is yet another reason Why, Tycho is worth his 3%.
I thank you Tycho

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July 30, 2011, 04:13:09 AM
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If i known the bug, I would have withdraw more than 2 times. my bad.
Good luck Jackrabiit, you found bug & got 10 BTC as reward.
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July 30, 2011, 04:25:01 AM
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If i known the bug, I would have withdraw more than 2 times. my bad.
Good luck Jackrabiit, you found bug & got 10 BTC as reward.

what is odd is that i have a feeling many might have seen it.

for example, i did a payout of my daily bread a few days ago and i noticed my balance did
not go down to 0.00 right after. So the first thought i had there was a slight delay in the backend but it stayed like
that for several minutes.

The next thought I had was to attempt to withdraw it again but I did not put much effort
into seeing if it was possible. I was at work at the time. There was no payout box on the payment page
which would have been an obvious avenue for doing it.

By and by, the balance did goto 0.00. So i thought it was just a processing delay.
Not worth reporting as the code on his website removed the instant payout box. Maybe just clicking
back to the page in the web browser would have done it.. dunno.

kudos for the person who realized it was exploitable in the short time frame the problem was apparent
before the backend caught up.
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July 30, 2011, 05:32:47 AM
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On this rig, I am running a bitcoin node (has a wallet).  My router is forwarding port 8332 to this rig, so the node has 8 connections.

On my working PC, I am running the node that "connects" to the rig's node. It shows only one connection, and my rig's shows 9 connections when this one is on.  The wallet I use for payouts is on my working computer.

I may never know. And I accept this now.

Kind of curious, are your Bitcoin clients "generating coins"?

Sam

Nope. That uses CPU power, and I'm not "generating" with them.

PandaMiner, what address received these generated coins.  Luke's pool is Eligius.  It is still very likely that this is where they came from.

When you find that address, go to this URL: http://eligius.st/~artefact2/5/YOURADDRESSHERE

I don't know how to tell. There is no "received with" line, it's only "Generated."  When I double click it, all I see is generic info like:

Code:
Status: 322 confirmations
Date: 7/27/2011 23:03
Source: Generated
Credit: 0.02331947
Net amount: +0.02331947

Generated coins must wait 120 blocks before they can be spent. When you
generated this block, it was broadcast to the network to be added to the block
chain. If it fails to get into the chain, it will change to "not accepted" and not
be spendable. This may occasionally happen if another node generates a block
within a few seconds of yours.


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July 30, 2011, 12:37:19 PM
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for example, i did a payout of my daily bread a few days ago and i noticed my balance did
not go down to 0.00 right after. So the first thought i had there was a slight delay in the backend but it stayed like
that for several minutes. By and by, the balance did goto 0.00. So i thought it was just a processing delay.
No, that's completely different situation.
Displayed balance delay was harmless.

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July 30, 2011, 04:12:12 PM
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I agree, Whilst the idea of what could be done is simmilar, It's not possible via the route you had avalible to you.

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July 30, 2011, 10:03:24 PM
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We must be on a bitch of a block.

My rewards haven't increased over the last 2 hour marks.....

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July 30, 2011, 10:06:59 PM
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We must be on a bitch of a block.

My rewards haven't increased over the last 2 hour marks.....



It is, yesterday we at Slush's got nailed with those couple hours blocks.
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July 30, 2011, 10:09:00 PM
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We must be on a bitch of a block.

My rewards haven't increased over the last 2 hour marks.....



It is, yesterday we at Slush's got nailed with those couple hours blocks.

... And BTC Guild yesterday on their '2000th' block took 6h54m for 13.5m shares...

It's Luck's Payback time for earlier in the week...

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July 30, 2011, 10:41:17 PM
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If you are using gmail, you need to check your "Spam" folder at the gmail site.
...

With Gmail you can setup a filter to keep msgs from being sent to the Spam folder even if the spam filter think they should go there; perhaps it would be a good idea to instruct people using Gmail on how to do that for emails from you.

(I dont always get new reply notifications, pls send a pm when you think it has happened)

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July 30, 2011, 11:02:20 PM
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If you think that's bad, MtRed is going on 1d8h4m50s :-/

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If you think that's bad, MtRed is going on 1d8h4m50s :-/

Yeah, but DB is over 5000gHash

Another hour, still no coin!
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