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October 14, 2014, 01:17:36 AM
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give it more time and it will.  your old work has not cleared.   your reward bases on the last 10 not the last one or two.  

 so :

 0.01084
 0.01020
 0.01064
 0.00000
 0.00425
 0.00341
 0.00340
 0.00349
 0.00345
 0.00322


averaged out  to  .00550 off the top of my head.


 make that 0.00529  actual average .     so string 10 x 0.01084 and your average will become normal.

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October 14, 2014, 02:04:06 AM
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Today, I received two more S3's. Previously, I had one. As soon as I connected them to BTC Guild, the number of shares was correct, but the reward was not. In the picture, I circled the number of shares / reward from before I plugged in the new miners and from after I plugged in the miners. The contribution/reward didn't even double for the last two blocks found. I'm pretty clueless as to why it isn't working right. I'd prefer to stay with BTC Guild, but if I can't find a solution, I'll try some other pools. Thanks for your time.

Your new speed had only been active for 2 of the last 10 shifts as of the time those blocks were found.  Additionally you had practically 0 work for one shift (probably when you were setting up the new gear).  Your contribution per block the average percentage of the last 10 shifts.  There's an entire piece in the Support section which covers the chrage-up/wind-down way rewards are distributed when first starting or stopping on PPLNS.

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October 14, 2014, 02:50:07 AM
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October 14, 2014, 07:52:14 PM
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Thanks!!!

yeah btcguild is a good place to mine and eleuthria is a standup pool operator. I have 2 accounts with him and have 3 or more s-3's pointed to him.

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October 20, 2014, 02:31:25 PM
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I've always asked my dad to pool here because he can understand the graphs here easier but this morning with his daily checks noticed he was offline and still is. Several miner reboots and same thing. Any suggestions I can shoot over to him?

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October 20, 2014, 06:11:41 PM
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I've always asked my dad to pool here because he can understand the graphs here easier but this morning with his daily checks noticed he was offline and still is. Several miner reboots and same thing. Any suggestions I can shoot over to him?

Thanks


Not much can be done to help when the only information we have is that the miner isn't mining (which is the case if you're showing offline).  What hardware?  Region?  What does the mining software say?

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October 20, 2014, 06:32:12 PM
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I've always asked my dad to pool here because he can understand the graphs here easier but this morning with his daily checks noticed he was offline and still is. Several miner reboots and same thing. Any suggestions I can shoot over to him?

Thanks


Not much can be done to help when the only information we have is that the miner isn't mining (which is the case if you're showing offline).  What hardware?  Region?  What does the mining software say?

Oddly it turned out to be the Internet Connection where it is being hosted. Apparently they were having sporadic connection issues where it would affect the mining process.


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October 22, 2014, 05:47:12 PM
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Has the API data feed changed?  I ask because I use M's Pool Monitor and since an error message appeared briefly yesterday (I think) the data displayed has not updated; the monitor software has not been changed since it was last working normally.  It is still reporting Slush correctly.

In more detail, it correctly reported a zero BTC account balance after I last withdrew funds, then the correct BTC and NMC balances after the next reward credit, but nothing has changed since.

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October 22, 2014, 06:27:28 PM
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Has the API data feed changed?  I ask because I use M's Pool Monitor and since an error message appeared briefly yesterday (I think) the data displayed has not updated; the monitor software has not been changed since it was last working normally.  It is still reporting Slush correctly.

In more detail, it correctly reported a zero BTC account balance after I last withdrew funds, then the correct BTC and NMC balances after the next reward credit, but nothing has changed since.

The API hasn't been altered/changed in over a year.

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October 22, 2014, 07:56:01 PM
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The API hasn't been altered/changed in over a year.
Thanks.  Looks like I shall have to try re-installing the monitor.

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October 23, 2014, 09:48:29 PM
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October 23, 2014, 10:28:33 PM
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Not sure on any context of it, I don't didn't even know who the Austin Hill is until googling 'Austin Hill Bitcoin' in response to your post.  I don't do deals with anybody when it comes to BTC Guild for integration of another service or promotion of another service.  The closest was selling ASICMINER gear, but that was purely a retailer<->distributor relationship with no impact on the pool itself.

EDIT:  I get people trying to pitch things to me by email regularly.  I generally delete any email without even opening it if the subject line indicates that is what it's about.

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Not sure on any context of it, I don't didn't even know who the Austin Hill is until googling 'Austin Hill Bitcoin' in response to your post.  I don't do deals with anybody when it comes to BTC Guild for integration of another service or promotion of another service.  The closest was selling ASICMINER gear, but that was purely a retailer<->distributor relationship with no impact on the pool itself.

EDIT:  I get people trying to pitch things to me by email regularly.  I generally delete any email without even opening it if the subject line indicates that is what it's about.

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October 28, 2014, 03:07:32 AM
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There's an attack currently hitting the primary stratum server.  As in the past, existing mining connections should not be affected, but restarting a miner or starting up a new one may have difficulties connecting.  If you're currently mining and were planning on restarting a miner/changing a configuration, I would recommend waiting a few hours (or a day) to avoid being unable to reconnect.

EDIT:  The attacks have stopped for now.

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October 28, 2014, 04:54:56 AM
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You really do have the best pool and security setup.  99.9999% of the time there is not even a hiccup on the miners side. 
Great work we appreciate it.  Cheesy

There's an attack currently hitting the primary stratum server.  As in the past, existing mining connections should not be affected, but restarting a miner or starting up a new one may have difficulties connecting.  If you're currently mining and were planning on restarting a miner/changing a configuration, I would recommend waiting a few hours (or a day) to avoid being unable to reconnect.

EDIT:  The attacks have stopped for now.

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October 29, 2014, 01:10:35 AM
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I'm trying this pool because of ghash issues.

I'm mining with 4TH for 48 hour and I made 0.08829228.

This will average in the end of the week .30 BTC.

This is normal ?

With 4TH I should be getting more a less .39 BTC by week.
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October 29, 2014, 02:32:19 AM
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I'm trying this pool because of ghash issues.

I'm mining with 4TH for 48 hour and I made 0.08829228.

This will average in the end of the week .30 BTC.

This is normal ?

With 4TH I should be getting more a less .39 BTC by week.

It takes 12 hours for a share to fully mature (go through 10 shifts), meaning if you turned your miner off right now, you'd continue getting payments for 12 hours before it stopped.  Adding that to your currently already paid rewards, you're basically on track for the expected payout for your hash rate over the course of a week (~0.382 at a 2% pool fee).

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October 29, 2014, 04:34:51 PM
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I'm trying this pool because of ghash issues.

I'm mining with 4TH for 48 hour and I made 0.08829228.

This will average in the end of the week .30 BTC.

This is normal ?

With 4TH I should be getting more a less .39 BTC by week.
I've mined on this pool for 4 weeks or more starting around the end of September. Despite the PPLNS stats which shows arround 96% I think the real stats are around 75%, or maximum 80%.
In the pool news posted on September 29 it states that the pool will take around 3 hours and 20 minutes to solve a block on AVERAGE. This means a little more than 7 blocks per day, which happens only once or twice a week. On September 29 there was an entirely day with only one block solved, so, bye bye BTC Guild.

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October 29, 2014, 07:28:32 PM
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I've mined on this pool for 4 weeks or more starting around the end of September. Despite the PPLNS stats which shows arround 96% I think the real stats are around 75%, or maximum 80%.
In the pool news posted on September 29 it states that the pool will take around 3 hours and 20 minutes to solve a block on AVERAGE. This means a little more than 7 blocks per day, which happens only once or twice a week. On September 29 there was an entirely day with only one block solved, so, bye bye BTC Guild.
Missing you already.  Mind you take the time to read up about luck and probability before complaining that the next pool you try also doesn't meet your expectations.

Eight days ago I withdrew my earned balances from both BTCguild and Slush.  Starting from zero, and with equal effort, the earnings on the two pools are very similar.  Sometimes one gets its nose in front, and sometimes the other.  So I don't have any issues with the day-to-day or even the week-to-week variance in luck.

Edit:  I took the time to work out some figures.  In the four weeks 1-28 October, there were eight days when 8 or more blocks were found, so yes - two a week; the highest was 11 blocks on three occasions.  The good days tend to offset the bad days; over the 28 days there were 189 valid blocks, so the daily average was 6.75.  It would have been slightly higher but for an orphan on the 27th.  So perhaps a little below expectation, but not by much:  by my calculation it is 93.75% over the four weeks, well within what I would consider acceptable tolerance.

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October 29, 2014, 09:02:15 PM
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There's an attack currently hitting the primary stratum server.  As in the past, existing mining connections should not be affected, but restarting a miner or starting up a new one may have difficulties connecting.  If you're currently mining and were planning on restarting a miner/changing a configuration, I would recommend waiting a few hours (or a day) to avoid being unable to reconnect.

EDIT:  The attacks have stopped for now.

Eleuthria,

I think attacks may be going on again or something...

I was coming here to check out how its going with my rigs periodically the last few days with no problems.  

Now it's starting to act up again like it was a few days ago.

Every time I click on "PPLNS STATS" the CPU is being used 100% by BTC Guild.  I have to force quit The Guild in my Activity Monitor in order to go to the Guild again. When I navigate to The Guild again, 100% of my CPU is used again.  

So, I decided to delete all my website data before navigating to the Guild again.  It does fine when I first navigate their after deleting website data.  It does fine after I log in.  However, the moment I click on PPLNS STATS, 100% of my CPU is being used again.

This amount of CPU usage puts a strain on any computer.  The fans will blow extremely fast constantly to try to cool down the computer.  I don't know what is going on here.

I can't help but wonder if there is an attack again?  

It only does this when I navigate to The Guild.  It does this no where else.

Your assistance would be appreciated greatly, Sir.

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