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March 10, 2011, 02:09:20 PM
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Is it possible to modify the current round stats to be sortable by the column headings?

It's possible, and will eventually be implemented, but its in no way on the top of my priority list.

Its currently sorted alphabetically by username.

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March 10, 2011, 05:07:15 PM
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Just tried it again and it's working now I'm just going to use it with one of my gpu's for now to test if I like it I'll add the rest.

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March 10, 2011, 05:30:07 PM
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Is there a way to make DiabloMiner more "efficient". Looks like it sends request every few seconds. I could set a higher ask rate value, any suggestion on a good value?

Oh and I also wanted to point out xxx isn't my miner. Just used it in my reply, because I thought it would be generic (like: put in what you want).

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March 10, 2011, 05:37:26 PM
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Being all quite new to this would a CPU capable of ~780 khash/sec be worth signing up with for this pool? I don't have access to a GPU so I'm not sure where best to direct my mining efforts
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March 10, 2011, 06:49:58 PM
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Being all quite new to this would a CPU capable of ~780 khash/sec be worth signing up with for this pool? I don't have access to a GPU so I'm not sure where best to direct my mining efforts


not worth the effort

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March 10, 2011, 07:08:20 PM
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Being all quite new to this would a CPU capable of ~780 khash/sec be worth signing up with for this pool? I don't have access to a GPU so I'm not sure where best to direct my mining efforts


not worth the effort

Figured as much. Seeing as I don't have access to better hardware I think I'll leave the mining to you guys.
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March 10, 2011, 07:12:08 PM
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I changed all dates to show GMT/UTC instead of server timezone (GMT-8).

Now that you've been so kind, could you also change the datestamps to show ISO-8601 format (%Y-%m-%d) rather than the US-centric format used now (%m-%d-%Y), please?

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March 10, 2011, 07:35:48 PM
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Another block was solved a few minutes ago, is the round duration correct? I guess i'm unsure if a round is from the previous block's generation -> the next block or if it is a set amount of time. It says the round lasted 2 days.

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March 10, 2011, 08:07:48 PM
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Yea 2d is impossible, it was something like 22 hours...

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March 10, 2011, 09:57:38 PM
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Suggestion: What about putting poclbm under git or the like. Downloading 7mb clients only to delete 6mb of windows exe's and dll's was not very "efficient".
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March 10, 2011, 10:08:25 PM
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Suggestion: What about putting poclbm under git or the like. Downloading 7mb clients only to delete 6mb of windows exe's and dll's was not very "efficient".

Are you really complaining about 7mb? lol

So the block I worked on was confirmed, when can I expect payment? Cheesy

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March 11, 2011, 01:35:01 AM
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Suggestion: What about putting poclbm under git or the like. Downloading 7mb clients only to delete 6mb of windows exe's and dll's was not very "efficient".

Are you really complaining about 7mb? lol

So the block I worked on was confirmed, when can I expect payment? Cheesy
should be soon, i got my payment for the block solved on 03-09-2011 21:42:44 today.

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March 11, 2011, 01:45:25 AM
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*** A COUPLE OF NEW CHANGES ***

  • Subcent payments were getting tracked, but were not getting processed correctly. All subcent payments are now being stored until the server threshold of 0.01 is met, at which point they will be paid. This error caused the delay in payments earlier.
  • Unpaid, but earned, subcent balances are now shown on the user profile page.
  • Updated the server to work with Ufasoft's CPU miner.
  • Tweaked some server settings to dramatically increase server performance.
  • Fixed paging on the current round stats to be more user-friendly.
  • Added the estimated Giga-hash/s pool speed to the current round stats.
    (Note: This is not 100% accurate and never will be, because we don't actually know how fast you're mining, only how fast you're submitting answers.)

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March 11, 2011, 01:49:31 AM
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I changed all dates to show GMT/UTC instead of server timezone (GMT-8).

Now that you've been so kind, could you also change the datestamps to show ISO-8601 format (%Y-%m-%d) rather than the US-centric format used now (%m-%d-%Y), please?

Cheers,

I have no intention of changing it. I'm in the US, and doing all the development, and it makes it a large hassle on me to convert datetimes from ISO-8601 when I'm coding, so I would rather leave it as-is. (Month - Day - Year Hour : Minute : Second)

Maybe I'll code something to detect your timezone and change the display accordingly.

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March 11, 2011, 02:43:31 AM
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Another block was solved a few minutes ago, is the round duration correct? I guess i'm unsure if a round is from the previous block's generation -> the next block or if it is a set amount of time. It says the round lasted 2 days.

I fixed the issue. Thanks. Smiley

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March 11, 2011, 03:26:04 AM
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Another block was solved a few minutes ago, is the round duration correct? I guess i'm unsure if a round is from the previous block's generation -> the next block or if it is a set amount of time. It says the round lasted 2 days.

I fixed the issue. Thanks. Smiley

Anytime, just keeping you on your toes with the bug reports Wink hooray third block in <8 hours!

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March 11, 2011, 03:45:12 AM
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Another block was solved a few minutes ago, is the round duration correct? I guess i'm unsure if a round is from the previous block's generation -> the next block or if it is a set amount of time. It says the round lasted 2 days.

I fixed the issue. Thanks. Smiley

Anytime, just keeping you on your toes with the bug reports Wink hooray third block in <8 hours!

Yeah! We're really happy with how well this is taking off...

Also, you saw we added support for Ufasoft's CPU Miner?

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March 11, 2011, 03:48:11 AM
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Yeah! We're really happy with how well this is taking off...

Also, you saw we added support for Ufasoft's CPU Miner?
I'm using my GPU for it atm, but that is good to know. Like I said earlier though my birthday is next week so i'm hoping to upgrade and increase my mining speed...

Also incase anyone doesn't feel like looking up the guide for setting up a GPU miner, heres basically how my batch file is written:
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start /DC:\bitcoin\Miner poclbm-mod.exe --host=www.bitcoinpool.com --port=8334 --user=(Username) --pass=(Password) --device=0
Just change the path right after start to whatever folder you put the files into.

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March 11, 2011, 04:13:32 AM
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Anytime, just keeping you on your toes with the bug reports Wink hooray third block in <8 hours!

Yeah! We're really happy with how well this is taking off...

Also, you saw we added support for Ufasoft's CPU Miner?
I'm using my GPU for it atm, but that is good to know. Like I said earlier though my birthday is next week so i'm hoping to upgrade and increase my mining speed...

Also incase anyone doesn't feel like looking up the guide for setting up a GPU miner, heres basically how my batch file is written:
Code:
start /DC:\bitcoin\Miner poclbm-mod.exe --host=www.bitcoinpool.com --port=8334 --user=(Username) --pass=(Password) --device=0
Just change the path right after start to whatever folder you put the files into.

You may also want to add a "-v" option to use vectors on the graphics card. 
With vectors you can see results like this from time to time.

03/10/2011 19:58:46, 899a911a, accepted at 45% of getwork[15595]
03/10/2011 19:58:46, 70bb3b4e, accepted at 45% of getwork[15595]

03/10/2011 19:58:56, a53d4081, accepted at 95% of getwork[15595]

Notice the TWO answers found in the same percentage....that's because vectors is enabled.

Don't forget, a "-h" will show all the command line options. Smiley
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March 11, 2011, 08:03:48 AM
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I joined this pool this morning at around 9am PST.  My machine is a crossfire setup with 4800's doing 150 Mh/s

Since joining I have "earned" an estimated 1 btc and two rounds have already been completed, however my bitcoin client shows no payments received.

I admit I am new to this, however, I am using the custom miner with the correct flags and the stats page on www.bitcoinpool.com shows that my miners are submitting shares correctly.

Why no payment? Sad

Sincerely,
Hopeful but dissapointed n00b miner

p.s. My username here is the same as my username on the pool stats page.

p.p.s My address is 19vg91RrXPMdWydgxv4R6TRfMjruVgoG6o (donations of 0.01 or less would be greatly appreciated Cheesy)  I got 5 btcents from the faucet! Yay!

Also is it true that the bitcoin client does not report balances of less than 0.01?  If so, how do I check my balances?

Great... I feel like an idiot now because I think I just figured it out... When at least 120 other clients confirm the result then the unconfirmed earnings get sent to me. Correct?

Please make this clearer on your site for n00bs like me.  Also thanks for hosting a such an awesome and efficient pool.  As an engineer I approve all deferments of inevitable entropy universe death!  Keep up the WINNING.

All donations (even 0.01 BTC) are much appreciated! Thank you!
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