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January 30, 2014, 12:52:26 AM
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SWAG.BLOCKMINTER.COM canot conect, jason fail
dedicated... dead

solo mining :  rejected all

any other idea?

We could all say fuck this shit heavy premined coin...
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January 30, 2014, 12:54:12 AM
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Really really annoying seeing coins come in under history then they just disappear!
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January 30, 2014, 12:54:49 AM
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I'm getting rejected shares while solo mining (also "pool 0 stale share bla bla bla" . I'm not connected to any pool. Can anyone telling me what is happening?Huh

Someone was just a bit faster with finding a block than you...

Ok, but shares don't count when solo mining. It´s the whole block. Is this a cgminer bug?
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January 30, 2014, 12:55:19 AM
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Currently at " 8 (done: 257725%)"

That's a pretty big underestimation. Cheesy

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January 30, 2014, 12:55:35 AM
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Thanks Bro

Can someone please post their conf?  I'm new at this, and OP said he'd post it on the site.  Peace.

Code:
rpcuser=yourusername
rpcpassword=yourlongpasswordhere
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=51652
daemon=1
server=1
listen=1

somethng like that bro!

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January 30, 2014, 12:55:52 AM
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Really really annoying seeing coins come in under history then they just disappear!

They're called orphan blocks. You mined the block but it was not accepted by the network so it orphaned and the coins "disappeared" (someone correct me on that last part if I'm wrong).
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January 30, 2014, 12:55:59 AM
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100% Rejected .... I Love This Coin  Grin
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January 30, 2014, 12:56:36 AM
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To the miner mining at http://swagcoin.p2p.0x0a.nl:52653 with address 9LbMA8E1y7zwm3NWHx14XaDm3covkadUCs - you have a very high dead shares rate (62%) Sad
Please take a look at your miner configuration with respects to gpu-threads & queue - see https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Miners , and the section about latencies on https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153232.0 Smiley

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January 30, 2014, 12:56:53 AM
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I'm getting rejected shares while solo mining (also "pool 0 stale share bla bla bla" . I'm not connected to any pool. Can anyone telling me what is happening?Huh

Someone was just a bit faster with finding a block than you...

Ok, but shares don't count when solo mining. It´s the whole block. Is this a cgminer bug?

It's just syntax.  Means the same thing.

KDC: LJ2PwwKT6ZSNSsMY9cQnda8REkLEAstWE6
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January 30, 2014, 12:57:14 AM
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SWAG
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January 30, 2014, 12:58:00 AM
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I GOT SOME SWAG!!!

900, in the bank.  This coin thinks it's already on day three.

Style over substance with this coin!

KDC: LJ2PwwKT6ZSNSsMY9cQnda8REkLEAstWE6
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January 30, 2014, 12:58:24 AM
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the src file is not compiling correct, what is the syntax for the compile?

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January 30, 2014, 05:08:12 AM
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Dedicated seems to be finally crediting miners. Had bailed everything but my little 1-GPU miner since things seemed a little fishy. Will see what happens...

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January 30, 2014, 05:34:34 AM
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It says "And if you drop it like its hot in the first 2 days you get extra SWAG, first day pays out 3600 SWAG per block, day two pays out 2700 SWAG per block and day three pays 900 SWAG per block. "

But all blocks are 450 already ... ??   Roll Eyes    Roll Eyes

For now, I leaving again. No value add for committed launch miners!
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January 30, 2014, 05:42:47 AM
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SWAG IT HIGH
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January 30, 2014, 05:43:45 AM
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All payments have now been processed at Blockminter.  After some issues with the low difficulty and swarm of early miners everything looks stable.  If you're still looking to pick up some swag come join us.

SWAG.BLOCKMINTER.COM

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January 30, 2014, 05:48:56 AM
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so let me get this straight. there is people still mining


it had a bad start..

main pool kept having issues.

OP owns 4.5 millions..

and yet there is still people with +20 MH/s mining it.. i mean .. 20 mh/s thats is serious money to run. why mine this? what am i mising? 
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January 30, 2014, 05:54:26 AM
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SWAG is new  Smiley
SWAG is fancy  Wink
SWAG is cool!  Grin
So get your ass to the pool!  Shocked

I`ve downloaded the SWAG wallet but it`s empty... I need SWAG oxyigen to breath, send me some here please, thnx :*

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January 30, 2014, 05:54:51 AM
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It says "And if you drop it like its hot in the first 2 days you get extra SWAG, first day pays out 3600 SWAG per block, day two pays out 2700 SWAG per block and day three pays 900 SWAG per block. "

But all blocks are 450 already ... ??   Roll Eyes    Roll Eyes

For now, I leaving again. No value add for committed launch miners!

Let me take a second to explain exactly what happened.  

The server wasn't the problem.  We were sitting at 20% cpu usage, and all other pools had no issues during the time.

The issue was to do with the coin's starting diff of 0.03.  There were over 1000 blocks every few minutes trying to be submitted to the coin daemon.  The bitcoin coindaemon cannot account for this, and ends up freezing up completely.  This caused lots of blocks never to be submitted.  In this type of situation, there was only two ways you could of mined this coin at the start.  1. Solo mining, or a 2. small pool.

Regardless, we had to wait for the developer to force the diff up to 0.06 before the coin daemon would even start to respond properly.  Once it started to respond blocks started being accepted as normal, however it was still too fast for stratum/mysql and the daemon.  A common stratum issue arose where the blocks and shares were submitted out of order.  In fact, the daemon decided to randomly drop a block every so often too, yet still end up submitting in to the blocks table.  This compounded the issue with false blocks in the table, causing MPOS's crons not to execute properly.  In essence - the entire database was corrupted.  

I spent a good few hours repairing in in real time while miners continued to mine the coin.  When I went in to #mpos for a bit of advice, I met other pool admins that were mining SWAG at the start with the exact same issues with the database.  Now again, this is caused by the low starting diff of the coin, compounded by the high amount of miners at the start wanting to mine it.  The coin itself is fine - just new coins should always start at a difficulty level of higher than 1.0.

I am disappointed by some of the comments people posted on this forum.  You guys are worse than grannies in a sewing circle when you get together.. the rumours run wild with little regard to logical thinking.

Binaryclock/dedicatedpool has never lost a database, and has always been able to recover from issues.  ALWAYS.  Don't be so quick to toss us out the window next time.  You should know this by now.


Anyways, I hope this helps explain things.

Now that the original rush of low diff is out of the way, it's time to concentrate on the coin itself.  If any pool operators had database corruption from the low diff 0.03 starting, please contact me admin@dedicatedpool.com or on IRC #dedicatedpool.com.  I will be more than willing to help you repair your database with what I've learned from my night repairing mine.

TL;DR - coin had a low diff 0.03 starting - daemon/mpos/stratum couldn't keep up with rate of blocks submitted.  database corruption - but was fixed.  New coins should always have a 1.0 diff starting.  But now that's out of the way, lets move forward and mine this baby.

http://dedicatedpool.com
Ryan, dedicatedpool.com support/admin
admin@dedicatedpool.com / IRC on freenode #dedicatedpool


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January 30, 2014, 05:58:50 AM
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It says "And if you drop it like its hot in the first 2 days you get extra SWAG, first day pays out 3600 SWAG per block, day two pays out 2700 SWAG per block and day three pays 900 SWAG per block. "

But all blocks are 450 already ... ??   Roll Eyes    Roll Eyes

For now, I leaving again. No value add for committed launch miners!

Let me take a second to explain exactly what happened.  

The server wasn't the problem.  We were sitting at 20% cpu usage, and all other pools had no issues during the time.

The issue was to do with the coin's starting diff of 0.03.  There were over 1000 blocks every few minutes trying to be submitted to the coin daemon.  The bitcoin coindaemon cannot account for this, and ends up freezing up completely.  This caused lots of blocks never to be submitted.  In this type of situation, there was only two ways you could of mined this coin at the start.  1. Solo mining, or a 2. small pool.

Regardless, we had to wait for the developer to force the diff up to 0.06 before the coin daemon would even start to respond properly.  Once it started to respond blocks started being accepted as normal, however it was still too fast for stratum/mysql and the daemon.  A common stratum issue arose where the blocks and shares were submitted out of order.  In fact, the daemon decided to randomly drop a block every so often too, yet still end up submitting in to the blocks table.  This compounded the issue with false blocks in the table, causing MPOS's crons not to execute properly.  In essence - the entire database was corrupted.  

I spent a good few hours repairing in in real time while miners continued to mine the coin.  When I went in to #mpos for a bit of advice, I met other pool admins that were mining SWAG at the start with the exact same issues with the database.  Now again, this is caused by the low starting diff of the coin, compounded by the high amount of miners at the start wanting to mine it.  The coin itself is fine - just new coins should always start at a difficulty level of higher than 1.0.

I am disappointed by some of the comments people posted on this forum.  You guys are worse than women in a sewing circle when you get together.. the rumours run wild with little regard to logical thinking.

Binaryclock/dedicatedpool has never lost a database, and has always been able to recover from issues.  ALWAYS.  Don't be so quick to toss us out the window next time.  You should know this by now.


Anyways, I hope this helps explain things.

Now that the original rush of low diff is out of the way, it's time to concentrate on the coin itself.  If any pool operators had database corruption from the low diff 0.03 starting, please contact me admin@dedicatedpool.com or on IRC #dedicatedpool.com.  I will be more than willing to help you repair your database with what I've learned from my night repairing mine.

TL;DR - coin had a low diff 0.03 starting - daemon/mpos/stratum couldn't keep up with rate of blocks submitted.  database corruption - but was fixed.  New coins should always have a 1.0 diff starting.  But now that's out of the way, lets move forward and mine this baby.

http://dedicatedpool.com
Ryan, dedicatedpool.com support/admin
admin@dedicatedpool.com / IRC on freenode #dedicatedpool



Hi, many thanks for the quick response!
I love dedicatedpool, since it works perfect, has a high share with brand new coins and you guys always inform on the best new coins.

Apart from that, and now about the statement from SWAG coin:
"And if you drop it like its hot in the first 2 days you get extra SWAG, first day pays out 3600 SWAG per block, day two pays out 2700 SWAG per block and day three pays 900 SWAG per block. "
Will higher rewards be paid on the first days or not? It seems it will not, correct?
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