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May 30, 2011, 04:10:33 AM
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My miners are showing up as being down on the BTC website, but they're all up. Everything is fine, they are hashing away, and I'm not showing any problems in their logs.

Anyone else having this problem?

Me too at the moment

It's internal daemon crash, restarted.

Cool. Okay now I see a different problem, not to complain but just to notify you--There's a lot of rejected results right before each long poll "new work push". This is up to a dozen rejections in a row.

Is this because of the influx of new folks from deepbit? Is anyone else having this issue or is it just me?

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May 30, 2011, 04:36:51 AM
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My miners are showing up as being down on the BTC website, but they're all up. Everything is fine, they are hashing away, and I'm not showing any problems in their logs.

Anyone else having this problem?

Me too at the moment

It's internal daemon crash, restarted.

Cool. Okay now I see a different problem, not to complain but just to notify you--There's a lot of rejected results right before each long poll "new work push". This is up to a dozen rejections in a row.

Is this because of the influx of new folks from deepbit? Is anyone else having this issue or is it just me?

Seeing the same thing here.
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May 30, 2011, 04:49:56 AM
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Hi, you need a new mail server NOW. Your server IP address is on spam blacklists.

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May 30 04:41:45 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: connect from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]
May 30 04:41:46 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]: 554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [88.214.194.226] blocked using zen.spamhaus.org; http://www.spamhaus.org/SBL/sbl.lasso?query=SBL67772; from=<support@btcmine.com> to=<error@ioerror.us> proto=ESMTP helo=<btc.btcmine.com>
May 30 04:41:46 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: disconnect from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]

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May 30, 2011, 05:33:05 AM
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Hi, you need a new mail server NOW. Your server IP address is on spam blacklists.

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May 30 04:41:45 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: connect from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]
May 30 04:41:46 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]: 554 5.7.1 Service unavailable; Client host [88.214.194.226] blocked using zen.spamhaus.org; http://www.spamhaus.org/SBL/sbl.lasso?query=SBL67772; from=<support@btcmine.com> to=<error@ioerror.us> proto=ESMTP helo=<btc.btcmine.com>
May 30 04:41:46 citadel postfix/smtpd[20194]: disconnect from btc.btcmine.com[88.214.194.226]

Who cares about spamhaus.org dumb idiots... probably only lazy admins who use this stupid service.
Just use gmail for registration.

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May 30, 2011, 05:56:42 AM
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OK, well if you aren't going to take it seriously, you can forget my registration. Good luck with your pool.

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May 30, 2011, 06:08:13 AM
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OK, well if you aren't going to take it seriously, you can forget my registration. Good luck with your pool.
Why I should take it seriously?
Probably some one said you what spamhaus honest and adequate service?
Ok, I told you: spamhaus service - not adequate and not reliably.
It's a old and boring story about small hosting wars (>5 YEARS OLD).


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May 30, 2011, 07:01:00 AM
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Anybody getting a grip load of stale shares? I'm at 1.4% stale shares with around 6000 shares submitted.  Huh

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May 30, 2011, 07:54:08 AM
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Anybody getting a grip load of stale shares? I'm at 1.4% stale shares with around 6000 shares submitted.  Huh

What miner software do you use?
Do you use proxy or TOR?

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May 30, 2011, 08:07:53 AM
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Anybody getting a grip load of stale shares? I'm at 1.4% stale shares with around 6000 shares submitted.  Huh

What miner software do you use?
Do you use proxy or TOR?


I use Guiminer

Don't use any proxies or TOR (what's TOR?)

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May 30, 2011, 08:32:20 AM
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Anybody getting a grip load of stale shares? I'm at 1.4% stale shares with around 6000 shares submitted.  Huh
I switch to btcmine last night when Deepbit was down, but I switched back this morning when I discovered that I had ~155 stale shares after 3700 submitted (4.1%). So far I have 2 stale shares after about 1100 submitted on Deepbit. I use the guiminer.
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May 30, 2011, 09:40:12 AM
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OK, well if you aren't going to take it seriously, you can forget my registration. Good luck with your pool.
Why I should take it seriously?
Probably some one said you what spamhaus honest and adequate service?
Ok, I told you: spamhaus service - not adequate and not reliably.
It's a old and boring story about small hosting wars (>5 YEARS OLD).

Maybe, but it blocks 500 spammers...and you. If I were you, I would complain to the data center about getting a bad IP address Smiley I am certainly not going to accept 500 more spams just to get your mail, sorry.

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May 30, 2011, 09:47:06 AM
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I discovered that I had ~155 stale shares after 3700 submitted (4.1%).
Seeing this as well, looks like long polling is not working properly again. I'm seeing invalid shares being submitted for up to 2 minutes in a row every time the work changes. Switching to a different pool for now.
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May 30, 2011, 10:17:48 AM
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Maybe, but it blocks 500 spammers...and you. If I were you, I would complain to the data center about getting a bad IP address Smiley I am certainly not going to accept 500 more spams just to get your mail, sorry.
I understand your point. I recommend just use gmail.
Spamhaus block to much ipv4 blocks.
They just ignore small hostings and reject all official requests from data center.
If hosting offer shared or vps services they always may hammered by dumb spammers, but this not mean what someone should mark whole IP subnet as BAD.
IPv4 subnets already all reserved or sold, and replace it with new not possible (or not cheap) even for big hosting company.
There is no western based hostings who allow spam operations (for several years). All email spam now from botnets (home user pc's).





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May 30, 2011, 11:02:53 AM
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Maybe, but it blocks 500 spammers...and you. If I were you, I would complain to the data center about getting a bad IP address Smiley I am certainly not going to accept 500 more spams just to get your mail, sorry.
I understand your point. I recommend just use gmail.
Spamhaus block to much ipv4 blocks.
They just ignore small hostings and reject all official requests from data center.
If hosting offer shared or vps services they always may hammered by dumb spammers, but this not mean what someone should mark whole IP subnet as BAD.
IPv4 subnets already all reserved or sold, and replace it with new not possible (or not cheap) even for big hosting company.
There is no western based hostings who allow spam operations (for several years). All email spam now from botnets (home user pc's).

They should just make it legal to shoot spammers, botnet herders, virus writers and people like that. Cheesy

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May 30, 2011, 11:40:10 AM
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Does BTCMine accept payouts to Mybitcoin.com address's?
Can someone confirm please.

Thanks.

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May 30, 2011, 11:45:17 AM
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Does BTCMine accept payouts to Mybitcoin.com address's?
Can someone confirm please.
Thanks.

This is possible, but I do not recommend use any such addresses for direct transfers from pool.
Use your own bitcoin address.


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May 30, 2011, 11:47:21 AM
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Maybe, but it blocks 500 spammers...and you. If I were you, I would complain to the data center about getting a bad IP address Smiley I am certainly not going to accept 500 more spams just to get your mail, sorry.
I understand your point. I recommend just use gmail.
Spamhaus block to much ipv4 blocks.
They just ignore small hostings and reject all official requests from data center.
If hosting offer shared or vps services they always may hammered by dumb spammers, but this not mean what someone should mark whole IP subnet as BAD.
IPv4 subnets already all reserved or sold, and replace it with new not possible (or not cheap) even for big hosting company.
There is no western based hostings who allow spam operations (for several years). All email spam now from botnets (home user pc's).

They should just make it legal to shoot spammers, botnet herders, virus writers and people like that. Cheesy
We should start from politics, dictators and and people like that...  Smiley

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May 30, 2011, 01:36:51 PM
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OK, well if you aren't going to take it seriously, you can forget my registration. Good luck with your pool.
Why I should take it seriously?
Probably some one said you what spamhaus honest and adequate service?
Ok, I told you: spamhaus service - not adequate and not reliably.
It's a old and boring story about small hosting wars (>5 YEARS OLD).

I signed up to tell you that I am sorry you see it this way. We run a few larger systems and we use Spamcop and Spamhaus for the initial SPAM filtering. You know what, using them will easily block a lot of spam because they are nice enough to keep track of all those home-IPs trying to act as an SMTP server! They also flag IP ranges where SPAM originates because where one SPAM domain exists the next is usually not far behind.

You placed your server into a bad neighborhood on the Internet and now you suffer for it. Ignore it if you think it is the right thing to do but you will lose customers!
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May 30, 2011, 05:21:00 PM
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I signed up to tell you that I am sorry you see it this way. We run a few larger systems and we use Spamcop and Spamhaus for the initial SPAM filtering. You know what, using them will easily block a lot of spam because they are nice enough to keep track of all those home-IPs trying to act as an SMTP server! They also flag IP ranges where SPAM originates because where one SPAM domain exists the next is usually not far behind.
You placed your server into a bad neighborhood on the Internet and now you suffer for it. Ignore it if you think it is the right thing to do but you will lose customers!
You just miss my next post.
Hostings do not allow any spam operations for years. Home isp just continue ignore that for years.
But why spamhaus not ban big home isp segments sometimes and ban hostings subnets?
Why I should use this strange service?
Only because yahoo use it on some servers, and this service free or very cheap?
Well, and where is yahoo now? Slowly going to bankruptcy.
When this service ban your own corporate subnet, and start ignore your requests for years, then probably you start lose customers.

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May 30, 2011, 05:39:58 PM
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Anybody getting a grip load of stale shares? I'm at 1.4% stale shares with around 6000 shares submitted.  Huh

I was over 3% stale this morning.  Had to jump ship for awhile.  Sorry.

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