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March 05, 2014, 03:46:19 PM
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Ok thanks guys, i figured it out.  Apparently the conf file had to be named zeit.conf, i had it named test.conf.  Its working now.

But as someone just asked yea, what is "No suitable long-poll found for http://localhost:55555" Is what it says while its running?

PS: Where is the main zeitcoin site where i can find that new wallet?

www.zeit-coin.com

could be your cgminer version.
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March 05, 2014, 03:47:27 PM
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Does anyone know what's happening with hashstrike? I'm mining, but wallet got 10-20k-30k coins less than it should for the period of last 9 hours (mining with 0.5 Mh/s and getting 10k coins per 2,5 - 3 hours). And last payment was 3 hours ago, nothing since then...

Any experince with zeit.hash.so pool?

Used/using zeit.hash.so pool with no problems...



Thanks man! Just needed a confirmation. Smiley
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March 05, 2014, 03:48:21 PM
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**HashStrike Update**

Firstly, I want to apologize for the lack of communication in the thread here.  We had a bit of a long night last night (I was up til 2:30AM myself  Undecided) and we didn't hit all the places we could update.  The good news is that the payout issues have been resolved and we are working through the backlog. As it stands now, there are 145 unaccounted blocks to be paid out, with a total coin value of 100,785,311 ZEIT.  I'll keep this post updated with a running progress as the backlog runs.

The main issue was a switchover to our backup infrastructure, which should not have caused any issues... but it turns out the RAID array in this server has some performance issues with our database, and that allowed the backlog to build up.  The good news is that we found some ways to speed up the payout process so that things will run quickly again once the backlog clears.

Lastly, I want to thank everyone who has mined with our pool since launch.  Up until yesterday, we had 100% uptime.  We literally had ZERO outages since we went live 5 minutes after the source code was officially released!  But, nobody is perfect- that 100% had to go down slightly eventually.  We are working hard to make sure that we can stay as close to that 100% as possible.  I will be setting the pool to 0% fees for the next 24 hours as a thank you to everyone.

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March 05, 2014, 03:55:22 PM
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Ok thanks guys, i figured it out.  Apparently the conf file had to be named zeit.conf, i had it named test.conf.  Its working now.

But as someone just asked yea, what is "No suitable long-poll found for http://localhost:55555" Is what it says while its running?

PS: Where is the main zeitcoin site where i can find that new wallet?

www.zeit-coin.com

could be your cgminer version.
I can tell you the No suitable long-poll found is normal when solo mining, so you're good to go.
It has something to do with pools and isnt used when solo mining.... but its been so long since I looked up the error that I cannot remember exactly what it means, so you'll have to use some google-fu
if you want more info on it.

edit:  Ahhhh.... here is what google turned up.
Longpolling is a Feature of pools, which will give Information to the miners when a new block is found. And it is usually faster than the built in detection of the Client.
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March 05, 2014, 03:58:57 PM
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**HashStrike Update**

Firstly, I want to apologize for the lack of communication in the thread here.  We had a bit of a long night last night (I was up til 2:30AM myself  Undecided) and we didn't hit all the places we could update.  The good news is that the payout issues have been resolved and we are working through the backlog. As it stands now, there are 145 unaccounted blocks to be paid out, with a total coin value of 100,785,311 ZEIT.  I'll keep this post updated with a running progress as the backlog runs.

The main issue was a switchover to our backup infrastructure, which should not have caused any issues... but it turns out the RAID array in this server has some performance issues with our database, and that allowed the backlog to build up.  The good news is that we found some ways to speed up the payout process so that things will run quickly again once the backlog clears.

Lastly, I want to thank everyone who has mined with our pool since launch.  Up until yesterday, we had 100% uptime.  We literally had ZERO outages since we went live 5 minutes after the source code was officially released!  But, nobody is perfect- that 100% had to go down slightly eventually.  We are working hard to make sure that we can stay as close to that 100% as possible.  I will be setting the pool to 0% fees for the next 24 hours as a thank you to everyone.

thx for info!!
directed my rig back Smiley
no luck on solo Tongue

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March 05, 2014, 03:59:14 PM
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**HashStrike Update**

Firstly, I want to apologize for the lack of communication in the thread here.  We had a bit of a long night last night (I was up til 2:30AM myself  Undecided) and we didn't hit all the places we could update.  The good news is that the payout issues have been resolved and we are working through the backlog. As it stands now, there are 145 unaccounted blocks to be paid out, with a total coin value of 100,785,311 ZEIT.  I'll keep this post updated with a running progress as the backlog runs.

The main issue was a switchover to our backup infrastructure, which should not have caused any issues... but it turns out the RAID array in this server has some performance issues with our database, and that allowed the backlog to build up.  The good news is that we found some ways to speed up the payout process so that things will run quickly again once the backlog clears.

Lastly, I want to thank everyone who has mined with our pool since launch.  Up until yesterday, we had 100% uptime.  We literally had ZERO outages since we went live 5 minutes after the source code was officially released!  But, nobody is perfect- that 100% had to go down slightly eventually.  We are working hard to make sure that we can stay as close to that 100% as possible.  I will be setting the pool to 0% fees for the next 24 hours as a thank you to everyone.

I switched over to other coins just because I was unsure if you were actually working (not you, but the pool).  Thanks for the update.  Bringing my miners back right now! Smiley

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March 05, 2014, 04:01:53 PM
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**HashStrike Update**

Firstly, I want to apologize for the lack of communication in the thread here.  We had a bit of a long night last night (I was up til 2:30AM myself  Undecided) and we didn't hit all the places we could update.  The good news is that the payout issues have been resolved and we are working through the backlog. As it stands now, there are 145 unaccounted blocks to be paid out, with a total coin value of 100,785,311 ZEIT.  I'll keep this post updated with a running progress as the backlog runs.

The main issue was a switchover to our backup infrastructure, which should not have caused any issues... but it turns out the RAID array in this server has some performance issues with our database, and that allowed the backlog to build up.  The good news is that we found some ways to speed up the payout process so that things will run quickly again once the backlog clears.

Lastly, I want to thank everyone who has mined with our pool since launch.  Up until yesterday, we had 100% uptime.  We literally had ZERO outages since we went live 5 minutes after the source code was officially released!  But, nobody is perfect- that 100% had to go down slightly eventually.  We are working hard to make sure that we can stay as close to that 100% as possible.  I will be setting the pool to 0% fees for the next 24 hours as a thank you to everyone.

thx for info!!
directed my rig back Smiley
no luck on solo Tongue

Glad to hear you are back!  Grin  Solo mining is very tough when the difficulty is over 10 unless you have a LOT of hash power.  In theory you will still get the same amount of coins, but you just have to wait a really long time for blocks to come in.

An update on the backlog, we are halfway through it already.  70 blocks to go!

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March 05, 2014, 04:15:08 PM
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Thanks for the clarification.. as long as it's normal Cheesy

Ok thanks guys, i figured it out.  Apparently the conf file had to be named zeit.conf, i had it named test.conf.  Its working now.

But as someone just asked yea, what is "No suitable long-poll found for http://localhost:55555" Is what it says while its running?

PS: Where is the main zeitcoin site where i can find that new wallet?

www.zeit-coin.com

could be your cgminer version.
I can tell you the No suitable long-poll found is normal when solo mining, so you're good to go.
It has something to do with pools and isnt used when solo mining.... but its been so long since I looked up the error that I cannot remember exactly what it means, so you'll have to use some google-fu
if you want more info on it.

edit:  Ahhhh.... here is what google turned up.
Longpolling is a Feature of pools, which will give Information to the miners when a new block is found. And it is usually faster than the built in detection of the Client.
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March 05, 2014, 04:20:58 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol
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March 05, 2014, 04:21:22 PM
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rpcuser=x
rpcpassword=xx

rpcallowip=*
Please NEVER post something like this as an example - I know it should be only an example, but that is an obvious invitation to steal coins, if enough people do NOT think and just CTRL-C CTRL-V.

And I do not want to read hundreds of post, "why my coins disappeared?"

PS: If somebody does not understand, what I mean, set maxconnections to eg. 1000000, write a script to get all peers, and then sent to all of them:
getbalance
sendtoaddress MYADRESS getbalance

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March 05, 2014, 04:36:25 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol

That means you found a block- NICE!!  Immature means that you won't see the coins get to your wallet until 50 confirmations.  Congrats!

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March 05, 2014, 04:39:50 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol

That means you found a block- NICE!!  Immature means that you won't see the coins get to your wallet until 50 confirmations.  Congrats!

Lucky you!!! But you mean 900,000 ? Right?
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March 05, 2014, 04:42:35 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol

That means you found a block- NICE!!  Immature means that you won't see the coins get to your wallet until 50 confirmations.  Congrats!

Is you wallet was in sync at this time?
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March 05, 2014, 04:43:15 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol

That means you found a block- NICE!!  Immature means that you won't see the coins get to your wallet until 50 confirmations.  Congrats!

Doubtful, got bad blocks as he was likely solo mining into an out-of-sync wallet...
Those immature blocks will all disappear by the time he's fully sync'ed...

Anyways, keep trying! Tongue

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March 05, 2014, 04:56:26 PM
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Downloaded the new wallet and there is a new category called Immature.  What are these?  Right after the new wallet synched i started my solo mine and got a crazy high incoming transaction for about 900m zeit O.o and it went into the immature spot.  I didnt actually get that did i? lol

That means you found a block- NICE!!  Immature means that you won't see the coins get to your wallet until 50 confirmations.  Congrats!

Lucky you!!! But you mean 900,000 ? Right?
Nope, 9 zeros so 900m.  This sounds more like the number of zeit that might be in circulation lol.

But i think the above poster is right.  The new wallet had said it was up to date but then a minute later it started downloading new blocks and the immature line went away.  Now its updated and i only have my initial amount there.

Although i was watching the miner and it showed i found a block, showed a ton of rejected and showed 1 found.  But maybe out of synch and found old ones like myagui said i guess Smiley
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March 05, 2014, 05:07:46 PM
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March 05, 2014, 05:10:14 PM
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good thing that you post this often since i keep forgetting to vote but i monitor this thread constantly and remember to vote whenever i see the link Cheesy

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March 05, 2014, 05:13:35 PM
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cryptsy.com Looking forward to the trading platform.

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Id vote 6 times logged in instead of 3 times every hour. But when i set the auto logout from 45 mins to max 24 hours it doesnt stick, still logs me out after less than an hour.
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March 05, 2014, 05:33:55 PM
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Just added my name to docsheet, been mining for 3 days and voting  @ mintpal.

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