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February 14, 2014, 12:25:57 PM
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I like the pool! But a little news and information about you on the page would be good.

Thank you for tips!
What kind of information are you most interested in?

i would very much like a estimate of maxcoins per mh/s and day or something similar
and a graph over my hashing speed over time
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February 14, 2014, 12:33:43 PM
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i would very much like a estimate of maxcoins per mh/s and day or something similar
and a graph over my hashing speed over time

Yes please, and the ability to chart by worker, e.g. WALLETID_worker.

Basically copy & paste Eligius please Smiley
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February 14, 2014, 12:48:39 PM
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i would very much like a estimate of maxcoins per mh/s and day or something similar
and a graph over my hashing speed over time


i would very much like a estimate of maxcoins per mh/s and day or something similar
and a graph over my hashing speed over time

Yes please, and the ability to chart by worker, e.g. WALLETID_worker.

Basically copy & paste Eligius please Smiley

please let me some time, I'll do that and something else planned ))


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February 14, 2014, 12:56:01 PM
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Sorry for thinking it was a kind of p2pool  Kiss

I am using the France server (30ms), mining at 313MH/s and the pool says I have 238-242MH/s

how many rejects does the miner show? can you please give the statistic from miner? thank you!

Same here, I'm mining at ~2000 and pool says ~1600.

I have reject rates between 0.6% and 1.4% - that doesn't explain a 20% underreporting. What gives? Is this because of no-submit-stale? (i.e. is stale shares displayed in the cgminer hashrate?)



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 GPU 0:  73.0C  50%    | 221.8M/221.8Mh/s | R:0.6% HW:0 WU: 50.3/m T:1 I:14
 GPU 1:  74.0C 1862RPM | 145.0M/145.1Mh/s | R:0.6% HW:0 WU: 31.3/m T:1 I:14
 GPU 2:  73.0C  19%    | 303.5M/303.5Mh/s | R:0.5% HW:0 WU: 66.8/m T:1 I:14
 GPU 3:  74.0C 2640RPM | 198.1M/198.1Mh/s | R:1.4% HW:0 WU: 44.7/m T:1 I:14
 GPU 4:  74.0C 2048RPM | 211.2M/211.2Mh/s | R:0.6% HW:0 WU: 46.1/m T:1 I:14
 GPU 5:  74.0C 2844RPM | 303.5M/303.5Mh/s | R:1.0% HW:0 WU: 68.4/m T:1 I:14
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 GPU 0:  73.0C 3647RPM | 456.7M/457.7Mh/s | R:0.8% HW:0 WU:101.9/m T:1 I:14
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[2014-02-14 00:44:15] accepted: 7918/7970 (99.35%), 66103 khash/s (yay!!!)
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 GPU 0:  73.0C 3081RPM | 131.8M/132.0Mh/s | R:0.8% HW:0 WU:27.7/m T:1 I:14
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The displayed hashrate is only rough approximate. The formula is based on the count of your shares and some constants. payments do not depend on it! your payouts are calculated on the real sent shares.
I have tuned this formula, now you should see nearest hashrate.

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February 14, 2014, 02:03:08 PM
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The displayed hashrate is only rough approximate. The formula is based on the count of your shares and some constants. payments do not depend on it! your payouts are calculated on the real sent shares.
I have tuned this formula, now you should see nearest hashrate.


Thanks for the quick response.

I wasn't so much concerned with payments, as just having a good reference to diagnose my hardware against.

I do see an improvement, but I think now you're slightly over-reporting. I have a R9 290 that has constantly been reported by cgminer as 453 for days on end now, and yet DwarfPool now reports it as 480.
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February 14, 2014, 02:17:20 PM
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I like your service very much, but I have a small question:
Does the payment amount depend on how big is the pool? that's just because the blocks were found  not so often
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February 14, 2014, 03:01:42 PM
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The displayed hashrate is only rough approximate. The formula is based on the count of your shares and some constants. payments do not depend on it! your payouts are calculated on the real sent shares.
I have tuned this formula, now you should see nearest hashrate.


Thanks for the quick response.

I wasn't so much concerned with payments, as just having a good reference to diagnose my hardware against.

I do see an improvement, but I think now you're slightly over-reporting. I have a R9 290 that has constantly been reported by cgminer as 453 for days on end now, and yet DwarfPool now reports it as 480.

You may be right, I checked some constants and calibrated better. But the inaccuracy can change +/- at times

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February 14, 2014, 03:03:42 PM
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I like your service very much, but I have a small question:
Does the payment amount depend on how big is the pool? that's just because the blocks were found  not so often




NO! the bigger the pool is the more often you get the payouts, on the small one you get not so often BUT MORE!
 
Generally, it's proportionally your power/sended shares!

It depends only on % FEE of the pool and its REJECT RATIO (Compare: 1gh 3% fee by 4%rejects!!! on dwarves 0.8% rejects)

The third important think is DIFFICULTY rate.
The higher difficulty the less coins generally miners get. That's common thing for mining on the whole



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February 14, 2014, 05:08:04 PM
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BTW... Is there any difference between your cgminer and the one on 1gh.com?

have any tricks to get rejects down?
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February 14, 2014, 08:24:30 PM
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BTW... Is there any difference between your cgminer and the one on 1gh.com?

have any tricks to get rejects down?
difference is only in readme file where I corrected to working compiler commands and example of use with failover (copyright of reorder and his donation adresses saved)

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February 15, 2014, 04:46:56 AM
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Have you updated to implement GRUMPY's KGW at 20333?
Yes, I have updated to new version overall

Any chance you could check my account for me please?

I have been mining solid for nearly 10 hours at around 3MH.

I have a certain number of coins just locked into the account I cannot withdraw. And now for some reason I haven't had a credit to the account since 01:17 -  and it is now 04:43 here. 96 blocks found since 02:31 I haven't been paid out for, plus the others that go back to 01:17.
Wallet - 7DqgcoPEUBCJd8oiPuLEqoqNUp2qKyBKFj

Thanks, Tony.
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February 15, 2014, 08:54:20 AM
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Have you updated to implement GRUMPY's KGW at 20333?
Yes, I have updated to new version overall

Any chance you could check my account for me please?

I have been mining solid for nearly 10 hours at around 3MH.

I have a certain number of coins just locked into the account I cannot withdraw. And now for some reason I haven't had a credit to the account since 01:17 -  and it is now 04:43 here. 96 blocks found since 02:31 I haven't been paid out for, plus the others that go back to 01:17.
Wallet - 7DqgcoPEUBCJd8oiPuLEqoqNUp2qKyBKFj

Thanks, Tony.

Hi Tony, other pools were not be able to work at all. Dwarpool was only one of working and founding blocks.
but yestarday after update to V1.2 of GRUM wallet, there were some troubles with transactions.
I'll check the payouts once again now and then pay them out. Afterthat autopayouts will be enabled again.

UPD: Bad transaction cancelled, all shares recalculated and all payouts sended. From now it works automatically. Thank you!

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February 15, 2014, 05:06:24 PM
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Is it normal for the 1gh/Dwarfpool cgminer.exe to always run at 100% on all CPU cores?

I have it running on a 4-core Core i5 now, and it's always pulling the CPU flat.

That CPU is only driving 5 video cards (R9 290, 7990, 2 x R9 270, 7850). Well, 6 cards if you count the 7990.

What on earth is cgminer doing that it needs that much CPU for??


I have another machine on which I only have an R9 290x on a 6 core Core i7, but that seems to be ok for cgminer.
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February 15, 2014, 10:47:18 PM
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Is it normal for the 1gh/Dwarfpool cgminer.exe to always run at 100% on all CPU cores?
Sorry, for linux I can answer anyquestion, but I'm not an expert in windows.

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February 15, 2014, 10:52:07 PM
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Hi guys,

I'd like to present here my Profit Calculator and Convertor for Maxcoin!

With difficulty-graph and course on stock exchange

By default there are DwarfPool' data: 1%fee and 1%rejects.

http://dwarfpool.com/max/calc


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February 16, 2014, 10:04:39 AM
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Pool (erebor) down? I just received this:

Stratum connection to Pool 0 interrupted
Lost 178 shares due to stratum disconnect on Pool 0
Pool 0 stratum share submission failure
Pool 0 not responding!
Waiting for work to be available from pools.
Setting GPUs to idle performance.
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February 16, 2014, 10:21:28 AM
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you should always have backup pools. i use erabor as primare and moria as secundary, i have never failed over to the third one (1gh.com)
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February 16, 2014, 10:30:19 AM
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Pool (erebor) down? I just received this:

Stratum connection to Pool 0 interrupted
Lost 178 shares due to stratum disconnect on Pool 0
Pool 0 stratum share submission failure
Pool 0 not responding!
Waiting for work to be available from pools.
Setting GPUs to idle performance.



Pool has been and is being worked fine. May be temporarily  connectivity issue between your provider and OVH.

Blodyx is right, you have to setup second server as backup.


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February 17, 2014, 06:26:46 AM
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Could you perhaps add a switch to increase the amount of MAX in the account before payouts?

Because there is no WALLET_clientname feature, I have each of my machines set up with different addresses (to make it trackable when things go wrong), but now I get multiple payouts on virtually each block, which is very annoying.
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February 17, 2014, 10:01:01 PM
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Hi guys,

I'd like to present here my Profit Calculator and Convertor for Maxcoin!

With difficulty-graph and course on stock exchange

By default there are DwarfPool' data: 1%fee and 1%rejects.

http://dwarfpool.com/max/calc

This seems to over-estimate by about 25% (for days on end now, which accounts for variances in difficulty and luck).

Is this calculator maybe based on your old (lower) hashrate calculation from the site? If I entered the old number you used to display for Hashrate, it gets closer to what I get in reality per day.
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