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October 13, 2012, 10:40:16 AM
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I am seem to be unable to connect with one of my workers. Any idea how to fix this?

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[2012-10-12 14:42:34] 4 miner threads started, using 'scrypt' algorithm.
[2012-10-12 14:42:35] HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
[2012-10-12 14:42:35] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds
[2012-10-12 14:43:05] HTTP request failed: necessary data rewind wasn't possible
[2012-10-12 14:43:05] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds
[2012-10-12 14:43:35] HTTP request failed: The requested URL returned error: 401
[2012-10-12 14:43:35] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds
[2012-10-12 14:44:05] HTTP request failed: necessary data rewind wasn't possible
[2012-10-12 14:44:05] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds



Please PM me this worker name and parameters for mining program you use.

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October 15, 2012, 04:34:18 AM
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minerd.exe --threads 4 --url http://coinotron.com:8322 --userpass user:pass --quiet

this is using minerd for cpu mining (scrypt) on intel Q9650 and Q9400 cpu's

cpuminer 2.2.2
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October 15, 2012, 10:13:34 AM
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minerd.exe --threads 4 --url http://coinotron.com:8322 --userpass user:pass --quiet

this is using minerd for cpu mining (scrypt) on intel Q9650 and Q9400 cpu's

cpuminer 2.2.2
libcurl/7.26.0 zlib/1.2.5

Hmm looks good. Maybe there should be also parameter: --algo scrypt
I checked out current pool's log. There is no issues with workername you PM me.
Anyway, currently this worker is submitting work to the pool.
Do you still see those error messages?

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October 16, 2012, 04:40:23 PM
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I'm mining PPC at around 450 MH/s which is 800+ PPC per day. I switched between RBPPS and PPS, am sticking with PPS but now I seem to have a small problem.

I know I won't receive my RBPPS shares until the blocks have received 520 confirmations and that's not a problem, but my PPS shares were showing up pretty regularly in my account every 10 minutes or so but now I have not received any PPC into my account in over an hour despite the fact that I am still mining at over 400 MH/s...

Any thoughts as to why...?
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October 16, 2012, 07:05:11 PM
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I'm mining PPC at around 450 MH/s which is 800+ PPC per day. I switched between RBPPS and PPS, am sticking with PPS but now I seem to have a small problem.

I know I won't receive my RBPPS shares until the blocks have received 520 confirmations and that's not a problem, but my PPS shares were showing up pretty regularly in my account every 10 minutes or so but now I have not received any PPC into my account in over an hour despite the fact that I am still mining at over 400 MH/s...

Any thoughts as to why...?

It is probably due to very long round, that with block 10165. It lasted for almost 100 minutes. PPC PPS rewards are calculated after block is solved, not during the round. That caused this small problem.
 

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October 16, 2012, 07:10:48 PM
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I'm mining PPC at around 450 MH/s which is 800+ PPC per day. I switched between RBPPS and PPS, am sticking with PPS but now I seem to have a small problem.

I know I won't receive my RBPPS shares until the blocks have received 520 confirmations and that's not a problem, but my PPS shares were showing up pretty regularly in my account every 10 minutes or so but now I have not received any PPC into my account in over an hour despite the fact that I am still mining at over 400 MH/s...

Any thoughts as to why...?

It is probably due to very long round, that with block 10165. It lasted for almost 100 minutes. PPC PPS rewards are calculated after block is solved, not during the round. That caused this small problem.
 

I believe you are correct. Not too long after I posted I received my payout, lol... I just didn't realize that the PPS shares didn't credit instantly. So, the credits are dispensed after the block is found without having to wait for confirmations then and the RBPPS is the same except I have to wait for confirmations, am I understanding that correctly?

If so, and you pay for orphan blocks on PPS at a set PPS rate, why would PPS not just be instantly credited...?
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October 16, 2012, 07:19:57 PM
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Suggestion:  Not a big deal, but it would be nice if there was a "Total" column under all of your workers that showed your total hashrate.  Right now I have to add it up manually to see what my total rate is.  Same for an "estimated coin per day" column in that same row.  If you aren't in the top on the front page, I don't know of any way you can see this. 

Thanks, great pool!  Very happy with it. 

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October 16, 2012, 07:20:58 PM
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Thanks, great pool!  Very happy with it. 

Agreed, definitely a great pool.
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October 16, 2012, 07:26:58 PM
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I believe you are correct. Not too long after I posted I received my payout, lol... I just didn't realize that the PPS shares didn't credit instantly. So, the credits are dispensed after the block is found without having to wait for confirmations then and the RBPPS is the same except I have to wait for confirmations, am I understanding that correctly?

If so, and you pay for orphan blocks on PPS at a set PPS rate, why would PPS not just be instantly credited...?

You are correct. And that is very good question !
Originally there was only RBPPS method in Coinotron. Every calculation was round based. 2 weeks ago I implemented PPS. I didn't remove this limitation. Probably to speed up tests. It is not a big deal for a short rounds, but in case of longer might be frustrating for miners.

I will look into this. PPS worker should be crediting instantly.

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October 16, 2012, 07:28:59 PM
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I believe you are correct. Not too long after I posted I received my payout, lol... I just didn't realize that the PPS shares didn't credit instantly. So, the credits are dispensed after the block is found without having to wait for confirmations then and the RBPPS is the same except I have to wait for confirmations, am I understanding that correctly?

If so, and you pay for orphan blocks on PPS at a set PPS rate, why would PPS not just be instantly credited...?

You are correct. And that is very good question !
Originally there was only RBPPS method in Coinotron. Every calculation was round based. 2 weeks ago I implemented PPS. I didn't remove this limitation. Probably to speed up tests. It is not a big deal for a short rounds, but in case of longer might be frustrating for miners.

I will look into this. PPS worker should be crediting instantly.


I appreciate it! Thank you for your hard work and thank you for the great pool!
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October 16, 2012, 07:32:35 PM
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I appreciate it! Thank you for your hard work and thank you for the great pool!

Thanks for your good words.

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October 16, 2012, 08:00:45 PM
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Suggestion:  Not a big deal, but it would be nice if there was a "Total" column under all of your workers that showed your total hashrate.  Right now I have to add it up manually to see what my total rate is.  Same for an "estimated coin per day" column in that same row.  If you aren't in the top on the front page, I don't know of any way you can see this. 

Thanks, great pool!  Very happy with it. 

Yes, I thought about "estimated coin per day". I will probably add another column just after "Total rewards".
Regarding first suggestion, it will not be so easy. Coinotron is multicoin pool and unfortunately I cannot sum up hashrates of LTC worker and BTC worker. So it would be rather subtotal for workers of given coin. I will think about it.

Thanks for your sugestions Smiley

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October 16, 2012, 08:04:17 PM
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Suggestion:  Not a big deal, but it would be nice if there was a "Total" column under all of your workers that showed your total hashrate.  Right now I have to add it up manually to see what my total rate is.  Same for an "estimated coin per day" column in that same row.  If you aren't in the top on the front page, I don't know of any way you can see this. 

Thanks, great pool!  Very happy with it. 

Yes, I thought about "estimated coin per day". I will probably add another column just after "Total rewards".
Regarding first suggestion, it will not be so easy. Coinotron is multicoin pool and unfortunately I cannot sum up hashrates of LTC worker and BTC worker. So it would be rather subtotal for workers of given coin. I will think about it.

Thanks for your sugestions Smiley


You're exactly right, I didn't consider the multicoin aspect. 

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October 17, 2012, 09:25:49 AM
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I believe you are correct. Not too long after I posted I received my payout, lol... I just didn't realize that the PPS shares didn't credit instantly. So, the credits are dispensed after the block is found without having to wait for confirmations then and the RBPPS is the same except I have to wait for confirmations, am I understanding that correctly?

If so, and you pay for orphan blocks on PPS at a set PPS rate, why would PPS not just be instantly credited...?

You are correct. And that is very good question !
Originally there was only RBPPS method in Coinotron. Every calculation was round based. 2 weeks ago I implemented PPS. I didn't remove this limitation. Probably to speed up tests. It is not a big deal for a short rounds, but in case of longer might be frustrating for miners.

I will look into this. PPS worker should be crediting instantly.


I appreciate it! Thank you for your hard work and thank you for the great pool!

OK. From now on PPC PPS credits are being credited instantly like other PPS workers.

However it wasn't so easy to implement. You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved. I'm using as an estimate 95% of last block value. When block is found, there is final calculation of rewards (PPS and RBPPS) performed using actual value.

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October 17, 2012, 09:55:43 AM
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OK. From now on PPC PPS credits are being credited instantly like other PPS workers.

However it wasn't so easy to implement. You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved. I'm using as an estimate 95% of last block value. When block is found, there is final calculation of rewards (PPS and RBPPS) performed using actual value.

Mint value for POW blocks in PPC:  mint = 9999 / (difficulty ** 0.25)
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October 17, 2012, 10:31:35 AM
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OK. From now on PPC PPS credits are being credited instantly like other PPS workers.

However it wasn't so easy to implement. You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved. I'm using as an estimate 95% of last block value. When block is found, there is final calculation of rewards (PPS and RBPPS) performed using actual value.

Mint value for POW blocks in PPC:  mint = 9999 / (difficulty ** 0.25)

What will happen when difficulty changes during the round? I don't think I can predict difficulty value when pool solves a block.

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October 17, 2012, 10:35:26 AM
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OK. From now on PPC PPS credits are being credited instantly like other PPS workers.

However it wasn't so easy to implement. You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved. I'm using as an estimate 95% of last block value. When block is found, there is final calculation of rewards (PPS and RBPPS) performed using actual value.

Mint value for POW blocks in PPC:  mint = 9999 / (difficulty ** 0.25)

What will happen when difficulty changes during the round? I don't think I can predict difficulty value when pool solves a block.

I do not know enough about how pool software works to give you an answer about that.

I was simply responding to "You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved"

Just thought the formula would help.  Smiley
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October 17, 2012, 11:11:53 AM
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OK. From now on PPC PPS credits are being credited instantly like other PPS workers.

However it wasn't so easy to implement. You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved. I'm using as an estimate 95% of last block value. When block is found, there is final calculation of rewards (PPS and RBPPS) performed using actual value.

Mint value for POW blocks in PPC:  mint = 9999 / (difficulty ** 0.25)

What will happen when difficulty changes during the round? I don't think I can predict difficulty value when pool solves a block.

I do not know enough about how pool software works to give you an answer about that.

I was simply responding to "You must remember that we don't know exact value of block being solved"

Just thought the formula would help.  Smiley

And I was just describing issue Smiley
Anyway thanks for the formula.

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October 17, 2012, 02:22:55 PM
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uf, will we solved this block on BTC? I didnt see that long round.

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October 17, 2012, 03:02:28 PM
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There was once 740h long round Smiley (but pool's hashrate was significantly lower)

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