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March 02, 2015, 02:18:45 PM
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3 blocks in 11 minutes, niiiice!   Grin



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  I'd like to see that happen more often to bring up that 3 month average!

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March 02, 2015, 06:02:33 PM
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3 blocks in 11 minutes, niiiice!   Grin



 Very nice Smiley

  I'd like to see that happen more often to bring up that 3 month average!


I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?


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March 02, 2015, 06:22:35 PM
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which one were you?
https://blockchain.info/tx-index/b8f73ec2fc205b8b7366c90ed4e540a8ab0c22467f7b11f8e23df60d9a3b7ac7
https://blockchain.info/tx-index/4e88190d9566bda371e27c5c5401fdd640724d1f447c88e343b7b82beb053e09
https://blockchain.info/tx-index/377760eeadc7c427372d8d366dff8315b56b5d2362e4fc0d4bfe01841a52ad93

It actually looks like one person found those 2 blocks.  Both have the same IP address.  Am I reading that right??
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March 02, 2015, 06:28:10 PM
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I think those are IP's from the nodes that relayed the block to Blockchain.info.  Maybe they are from BTCGuild's cluster, but maybe not.  My IP is none of them.


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March 02, 2015, 07:29:27 PM
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3 blocks in 11 minutes, niiiice!   Grin



 Very nice Smiley

  I'd like to see that happen more often to bring up that 3 month average!


I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

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March 02, 2015, 08:55:13 PM
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3 blocks in 11 minutes, niiiice!   Grin



 Very nice Smiley

  I'd like to see that happen more often to bring up that 3 month average!


I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

Haha, that's not as simple as adding subtracting some numbers... Smiley  106,908,021,038 is the best share shown by cgminer.

I found 4 blocks in 6 months last year with 10 S1's, but I haven't found anything in the last 6 months with more than 20 times that hashrate... I was wondering if my miners were working properly or being hacked in some way (BGP hijacking or whatever).  I'm now reassured and glad they can find blocks.

Thanks!


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March 02, 2015, 09:53:43 PM
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3 blocks in 11 minutes, niiiice!   Grin



 Very nice Smiley

  I'd like to see that happen more often to bring up that 3 month average!


I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

Haha, that's not as simple as adding subtracting some numbers... Smiley  106,908,021,038 is the best share shown by cgminer.

I found 4 blocks in 6 months last year with 10 S1's, but I haven't found anything in the last 6 months with more than 20 times that hashrate... I was wondering if my miners were working properly or being hacked in some way (BGP hijacking or whatever).  I'm now reassured and glad they can find blocks.

Thanks!

php hex.php 106,908,021,038

Output is:
diff=106908021038
d1_16=...
blk10=...
blk16=a48d49162d676388b2dba0f93756cfb37c6cbbf830e66b2

So looking for a block 00a48d.... gives: nothing since 24-Feb Sad

Not sure why. Either my php failed or ?.

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March 02, 2015, 10:06:42 PM
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I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

Haha, that's not as simple as adding subtracting some numbers... Smiley  106,908,021,038 is the best share shown by cgminer.

I found 4 blocks in 6 months last year with 10 S1's, but I haven't found anything in the last 6 months with more than 20 times that hashrate... I was wondering if my miners were working properly or being hacked in some way (BGP hijacking or whatever).  I'm now reassured and glad they can find blocks.

Thanks!

php hex.php 106,908,021,038

Output is:
diff=106908021038
d1_16=...
blk10=...
blk16=a48d49162d676388b2dba0f93756cfb37c6cbbf830e66b2

So looking for a block 00a48d.... gives: nothing since 24-Feb Sad

Not sure why. Either my php failed or ?.

BTCGuild got an orphaned block this morning, maybe that was the block?  Could that explain why nothing is found?


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March 02, 2015, 10:28:37 PM
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I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

Haha, that's not as simple as adding subtracting some numbers... Smiley  106,908,021,038 is the best share shown by cgminer.

I found 4 blocks in 6 months last year with 10 S1's, but I haven't found anything in the last 6 months with more than 20 times that hashrate... I was wondering if my miners were working properly or being hacked in some way (BGP hijacking or whatever).  I'm now reassured and glad they can find blocks.

Thanks!

php hex.php 106,908,021,038

Output is:
diff=106908021038
d1_16=...
blk10=...
blk16=a48d49162d676388b2dba0f93756cfb37c6cbbf830e66b2

So looking for a block 00a48d.... gives: nothing since 24-Feb Sad

Not sure why. Either my php failed or ?.

BTCGuild got an orphaned block this morning, maybe that was the block?  Could that explain why nothing is found?

That's what I first thought, but looking at those 3 above none were orphaned.
... checking orphans ...
Yep there it is:
https://blockchain.info/block-index/800504/00000000000000000a48d49162fcd579879ba25344f31226d3d002b05ae9ac93

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March 03, 2015, 01:03:33 AM
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Thanks for helping out the last two pages kano.  Was very limited in my ability to use the internet the last few days, was in a car for 30 of the last 48 hours.

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March 03, 2015, 01:25:05 AM
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I just noticed that it's one of my miners that found one of those blocks!!  But I can't find where in the site I can see the information about what block I found.  I just see I found one, as well as in my miner's interface.  Is that info published somewhere?

You can work out the block from the cgminer "best share"
Here's how:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330665.msg5292279#msg5292279
or post your best share and I'll do that Smiley

Haha, that's not as simple as adding subtracting some numbers... Smiley  106,908,021,038 is the best share shown by cgminer.

I found 4 blocks in 6 months last year with 10 S1's, but I haven't found anything in the last 6 months with more than 20 times that hashrate... I was wondering if my miners were working properly or being hacked in some way (BGP hijacking or whatever).  I'm now reassured and glad they can find blocks.

Thanks!

php hex.php 106,908,021,038

Output is:
diff=106908021038
d1_16=...
blk10=...
blk16=a48d49162d676388b2dba0f93756cfb37c6cbbf830e66b2

So looking for a block 00a48d.... gives: nothing since 24-Feb Sad

Not sure why. Either my php failed or ?.

BTCGuild got an orphaned block this morning, maybe that was the block?  Could that explain why nothing is found?

That's what I first thought, but looking at those 3 above none were orphaned.
... checking orphans ...
Yep there it is:
https://blockchain.info/block-index/800504/00000000000000000a48d49162fcd579879ba25344f31226d3d002b05ae9ac93

Nooooooooooooo!!   Shocked

I don't know how to feel.   Undecided  But well at least I know I can find valid blocks.

Thanks for checking that out.  I'm going to take your php source and play with it.


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March 03, 2015, 01:33:26 AM
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March 05, 2015, 04:15:55 PM
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An attack is hitting the initial pool connection server again.  As usual, this only affects new incoming connections.  If you already have an active mining connection, it is recommended you do not do anything that would cause your miner to restart or change which pool it's connected to for a few hours.  If you do, have a backup pool setup or you may end up with hardware doing nothing while it tries to connect to the frontend mining server.

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March 05, 2015, 04:23:29 PM
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I don't know if you've kept up with other pool threads but in the last 48 hours all of the large pools have been hit with ddos attack or similar. This includes Cex, Ghash, Discues, BW, and possibly others. As it now seems its our turn to fight. Can't help but feel as though this a very organized situation and not a random selective occurrence.
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March 05, 2015, 04:30:29 PM
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I don't know if you've kept up with other pool threads but in the last 48 hours all of the large pools have been hit with ddos attack or similar. This includes Cex, Ghash, Discues, BW, and possibly others. As it now seems its our turn to fight. Can't help but feel as though this a very organized situation and not a random selective occurrence.

DDoSes on pools have almost always hit multiple targets, ever since 2011.  It was extremely rare for only one pool to be hit (one at a time maybe, but normally it was always at least 2-3 simultaneously, if not more).

Kind of ironic that BTC Guild is on the hitlist when we're not even 5% of the network these days.

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March 05, 2015, 04:40:03 PM
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Reputation, reputation, reputation. BTC Guild IS the Gold Standard, always will be!
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March 08, 2015, 10:18:55 PM
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I don't know if you've kept up with other pool threads but in the last 48 hours all of the large pools have been hit with ddos attack or similar. This includes Cex, Ghash, Discues, BW, and possibly others. As it now seems its our turn to fight. Can't help but feel as though this a very organized situation and not a random selective occurrence.

DDoSes on pools have almost always hit multiple targets, ever since 2011.  It was extremely rare for only one pool to be hit (one at a time maybe, but normally it was always at least 2-3 simultaneously, if not more).

Kind of ironic that BTC Guild is on the hitlist when we're not even 5% of the network these days.

Geee.... if every computer used for the ddos is vulnerable - just think about the hashrate if someone would strike back, remotely install a mining program on the involved computers and direct it on one pool *sigh**

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March 08, 2015, 10:27:36 PM
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I don't know if you've kept up with other pool threads but in the last 48 hours all of the large pools have been hit with ddos attack or similar. This includes Cex, Ghash, Discues, BW, and possibly others. As it now seems its our turn to fight. Can't help but feel as though this a very organized situation and not a random selective occurrence.

DDoSes on pools have almost always hit multiple targets, ever since 2011.  It was extremely rare for only one pool to be hit (one at a time maybe, but normally it was always at least 2-3 simultaneously, if not more).

Kind of ironic that BTC Guild is on the hitlist when we're not even 5% of the network these days.

Geee.... if every computer used for the ddos is vulnerable - just think about the hashrate if someone would strike back, remotely install a mining program on the involved computers and direct it on one pool *sigh**

It would add up to basically nothing.  Most zombie machines are "mom and dad's computer", the ones that are 5-10 years old with no graphics card.  Sure, there's some gamer rigs infected out there due to people pirating games with trojans embedded, but they are relatively rare.  ASICs have virtually killed Bitcoin mining botnets.

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March 08, 2015, 10:34:43 PM
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I don't know if you've kept up with other pool threads but in the last 48 hours all of the large pools have been hit with ddos attack or similar. This includes Cex, Ghash, Discues, BW, and possibly others. As it now seems its our turn to fight. Can't help but feel as though this a very organized situation and not a random selective occurrence.

DDoSes on pools have almost always hit multiple targets, ever since 2011.  It was extremely rare for only one pool to be hit (one at a time maybe, but normally it was always at least 2-3 simultaneously, if not more).

Kind of ironic that BTC Guild is on the hitlist when we're not even 5% of the network these days.

Geee.... if every computer used for the ddos is vulnerable - just think about the hashrate if someone would strike back, remotely install a mining program on the involved computers and direct it on one pool *sigh**

It would add up to basically nothing.  Most zombie machines are "mom and dad's computer", the ones that are 5-10 years old with no graphics card.  Sure, there's some gamer rigs infected out there due to people pirating games with trojans embedded, but they are relatively rare.  ASICs have virtually killed Bitcoin mining botnets.

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March 09, 2015, 01:54:55 AM
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I connect to BTC Guild using a private IP given to me back in 2013. Does this still provide protection from DDoS attacks? I've seen the particular private IP address that I am using leaked for over a year.
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