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January 19, 2014, 10:25:14 PM
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Holy carp! Closing in on 4k TH/s.

A lot of failovers from Eligius due to some of their issues today.  At least it's nice to see a good chunk of their miners have failovers on multiple pools, I know a lot of users do not.


An update on the progress for the payouts:  I'm currently indexing the blockchain on two servers now.  The original payout server which has the blockchain locally, but is on slow hardware, and a secondary server which has ~260k blocks locally and is trying to download the remaining 21k to synchronize with the network.  The 2nd server is running on an SSD and has a much better processor as well.

Whichever one finishes first will be setup with the hot wallet in order to start processing payouts.  Sorry it's taking so long, but it looks like at least one server should be caught up within the hour.

In the meantime, I'm continuing to watch blockchain.info and add block solves manually so rewards are applied to their proper shifts as blocks are solved.

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January 19, 2014, 11:13:08 PM
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That's cool, but any thought on the Ps ?

No plans on that front yet.  I tend to assume most users have smartphones capable of receiving email alerts.  Once things settle down with the heavier lifting (backend getting debugged/deployed and ScryptGuild), I may add a secondary email field specifically for alerts where users could set it to one of those SMS-emails that the various providers have.

Maybe a IFTTT recipe?
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January 19, 2014, 11:31:26 PM
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Maybe a IFTTT recipe?

Here's one I made that would text you the subject line of any new Gmail that matches the search "BTCguild"

https://ifttt.com/recipes/141122

Once he gets the alerts up and running and I know what the text in them will be, and what address they will come from, this can be made more specific, as this one would text you whenever anyone emailed you the word BTCguild.

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January 19, 2014, 11:35:03 PM
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Old server is reindexed up to block 259k.  New server had a corrupt data file and is doing a reindex as well (at 160k).  Now it's a race to the finish.  Coins are already in transit getting confirmations for payouts to resume.  Will update again as soon as one server is ready.


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15 minutes later.  Old server at 260.5k, new server at 225k.

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January 19, 2014, 11:36:57 PM
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In the meantime, I'm continuing to watch blockchain.info and add block solves manually so rewards are applied to their proper shifts as blocks are solved.

So are blocks 281384 (1 hour ago) and 281389 (20 minutes ago) on blockchain.info really ours and are they having to be added manually since they haven't posted yet in our block rewards??

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January 19, 2014, 11:40:20 PM
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In the meantime, I'm continuing to watch blockchain.info and add block solves manually so rewards are applied to their proper shifts as blocks are solved.

So are blocks 281384 (1 hour ago) and 281389 (20 minutes ago) on blockchain.info really ours and are they having to be added manually since they haven't posted yet in our block rewards??

I was adding those as I wrote that response, they should be showing already.

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January 19, 2014, 11:54:09 PM
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In the meantime, I'm continuing to watch blockchain.info and add block solves manually so rewards are applied to their proper shifts as blocks are solved.

So are blocks 281384 (1 hour ago) and 281389 (20 minutes ago) on blockchain.info really ours and are they having to be added manually since they haven't posted yet in our block rewards??

I was adding those as I wrote that response, they should be showing already.

Yes they are.  Thanks!!!

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January 20, 2014, 12:13:55 AM
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I didn't update the little "New News" counter, but the pause was extended to 01:00 GMT.  I think it will be ready by then.  Old server is at block 266k, new server at 237k.  I think at least one of them should be caught up before the hour is up.


UPDATE:  I think I should've gone outside to watch some grass grow.  This process gets exponentially slower the closer it gets.  New server is only 2k blocks behind the old one now, ~9000 blocks behind the live blockchain.  I've got the debug.log file scrolling on half my screen so I can start processing payouts the moment it finally catches up.

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January 20, 2014, 01:51:17 AM
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An 8 hour lapse of time (like for example, sleeping) with somebody else with any access to core functionality is literally a million dollar or greater liability.


So.. basically you've become the worlds first BTC Monk?

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January 20, 2014, 02:00:18 AM
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New payout server is finally synchronized with the blockchain.  Doing a few checks and then I'll start letting the payouts flow.


UPDATE #1 (6:02 PM):  New payout server is properly reporting blocks to the website and recording/paying them.
UPDATE #2 (6:04 PM):  First batch of small payouts (< 0.10 auto payouts) has been successfully sent and recorded.
UPDATE #3 (6:25 PM):  5 batches of small auto payouts sent, two batches of large (>= 0.10) auto payouts now sent.

Taking it slow to prevent something that has happened in the past, where payouts were using the unconfirmed outputs of other payouts, causing a severe delay in how fast payments were getting confirmations.

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January 20, 2014, 02:40:37 AM
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All of the pending manual payouts have now been processed.  A few more manually triggered automatic payouts will happen over the next 1-2 hours in order to catch up with the backlog of accounts that have reached the threshold.

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January 20, 2014, 03:37:20 AM
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somebody get this man an e-beer stat


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January 20, 2014, 06:13:21 AM
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Just wanted to thank the forum-goers today.  This outage lasted a lot longer than I would've liked (well, hard to have any outage that is shorter than 0 minutes), and lasted longer than my original projections due to just how long the resync took.

However, for the first time in quite a while, the thread remained clear of useless posts, no demands, no crying foul.  Even my email inbox was *mostly* empty during this event.  The ability to concentrate solely on the task at hand (and providing updates) really made it easier to focus than having to pull double-duty as public relations.

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January 20, 2014, 06:51:19 AM
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Just wanted to thank the forum-goers today.  This outage lasted a lot longer than I would've liked (well, hard to have any outage that is shorter than 0 minutes), and lasted longer than my original projections due to just how long the resync took.

However, for the first time in quite a while, the thread remained clear of useless posts, no demands, no crying foul.  Even my email inbox was *mostly* empty during this event.  The ability to concentrate solely on the task at hand (and providing updates) really made it easier to focus than having to pull double-duty as public relations.
My cat licked his fur today.

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January 20, 2014, 08:00:53 PM
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At 4:27 AM this morning, the validation server finally froze up (this is a good thing).  I copied the log files out and restarted it just a few minutes later.

Now I've had a chance to go through the logs to find out exactly what was happening inside the server at the time of the freeze, and I believe I've got a workaround implemented.  Two of the public backend servers have been restarted with the new code with the workaround implemented.  Sorry to the users that experienced a disconnect when the swap happened.

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January 20, 2014, 08:16:36 PM
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Anyone else noticing cgminer 3.10.0 crashing when connecting to BTCGuild?  Runs fine on Eligius and p2pool, but as soon as it connects to Guild it just quits.

It's self-compiled on Debian, running 2x Nanofury and 1x Bitburner Fury.
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January 20, 2014, 08:22:20 PM
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Anyone else noticing cgminer 3.10.0 crashing when connecting to BTCGuild?  Runs fine on Eligius and p2pool, but as soon as it connects to Guild it just quits.

It's self-compiled on Debian, running 2x Nanofury and 1x Bitburner Fury.

do you mean BFGMiner? 
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January 20, 2014, 08:22:33 PM
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Anyone else noticing cgminer 3.10.0 crashing when connecting to BTCGuild?  Runs fine on Eligius and p2pool, but as soon as it connects to Guild it just quits.

It's self-compiled on Debian, running 2x Nanofury and 1x Bitburner Fury.

Could it be related to eleutheria's post right above yours?

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January 20, 2014, 08:27:49 PM
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Anyone else noticing cgminer 3.10.0 crashing when connecting to BTCGuild?  Runs fine on Eligius and p2pool, but as soon as it connects to Guild it just quits.

It's self-compiled on Debian, running 2x Nanofury and 1x Bitburner Fury.

My guess is you messed up your argument on the worker name/port or something similar.  Works fine on bfgminer 3.9 and 3.10 here.

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January 20, 2014, 08:32:44 PM
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Anyone else noticing cgminer 3.10.0 crashing when connecting to BTCGuild?  Runs fine on Eligius and p2pool, but as soon as it connects to Guild it just quits.

It's self-compiled on Debian, running 2x Nanofury and 1x Bitburner Fury.

My guess is you messed up your argument on the worker name/port or something similar.  Works fine on bfgminer 3.9 and 3.10 here.

It gets a few shares then craps out.  cgminer.conf hasn't changed in....oh...about 3 months. It's CGminer, not bfgminer, too (only using cg because bfg doesn't support the Bitburner). So, I think your guess is wrong.

I'm pointing out the issue in case it's something with the new servers?  Nothing's changed here.
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