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April 15, 2015, 10:35:59 PM
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I emailed BTCGuild a request 4 days ago and have not received any reply. It is not an urgent issue, so they might be handling other more important emails first. How long does it normally take to get a reply?

Try resending it.  I normally answer support emails in under 24 hours.  Make sure the subject isn't a reply to a confirmation email, I automatically delete those.  I also ignore emails with vague subject lines because I get too many idiots sending me junk to the support address.

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April 16, 2015, 07:55:51 PM
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I emailed BTCGuild a request 4 days ago and have not received any reply. It is not an urgent issue, so they might be handling other more important emails first. How long does it normally take to get a reply?

Try resending it.  I normally answer support emails in under 24 hours.  Make sure the subject isn't a reply to a confirmation email, I automatically delete those.  I also ignore emails with vague subject lines because I get too many idiots sending me junk to the support address.

Thanks for quick response, eleuthria. I will resend email with a better subject.
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April 16, 2015, 10:46:49 PM
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woke up this morning to see that the pool found 6 blocks, good stuff!

Yep an not too shabby yesterday either.  Hoping for a few more today.

You got your wish and the day is still not over =)

Yep, definitely a good run today.

Yip I was happy to see my 24h average up after loosing a miner. And a reminder to check your fans clean out the dust, I lost a miner to overheating, well not so much the overheating but shorting the wires when dicking with a temporary fan solution.

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April 17, 2015, 01:44:32 AM
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I emailed BTCGuild a request 4 days ago and have not received any reply. It is not an urgent issue, so they might be handling other more important emails first. How long does it normally take to get a reply?

Try resending it.  I normally answer support emails in under 24 hours.  Make sure the subject isn't a reply to a confirmation email, I automatically delete those.  I also ignore emails with vague subject lines because I get too many idiots sending me junk to the support address.

Thanks for quick response, eleuthria. I will resend email with a better subject.

Have still not seen anything from you.  If you're sending from your own domain, check your SPF/DKIP records, because they don't even arrive in a spam folder meaning you're getting hard blocked due to bad mail server/dkip/spf settings.

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April 18, 2015, 05:41:56 PM
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I just moved my miners back to BTCGuild, im happy.

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April 20, 2015, 04:36:30 PM
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I emailed BTCGuild a request 4 days ago and have not received any reply. It is not an urgent issue, so they might be handling other more important emails first. How long does it normally take to get a reply?

Try resending it.  I normally answer support emails in under 24 hours.  Make sure the subject isn't a reply to a confirmation email, I automatically delete those.  I also ignore emails with vague subject lines because I get too many idiots sending me junk to the support address.

Thanks for quick response, eleuthria. I will resend email with a better subject.

Have still not seen anything from you.  If you're sending from your own domain, check your SPF/DKIP records, because they don't even arrive in a spam folder meaning you're getting hard blocked due to bad mail server/dkip/spf settings.


Hey,

          Eleuthria, i sent a support email to btcguild about not being able to set a btc address in my auto-withdrawal. Only sending this off in case my email gets sent to spam. Anyways hope to hear from you!

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April 20, 2015, 05:03:47 PM
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I too have this problem - unable to set auto withdraw address in settings for BTC

works fine for namecoin but not bitcoin ...  it says ...

"There wallet address you entered was not a valid Bitcoin address. Please try again."

So seems its a problem ?

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April 20, 2015, 05:14:58 PM
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Will be fixing the "invalid address entered" message shortly.  The web server is being shifted to a different machine and this error is popping up because the migration isn't 100% complete yet.

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April 20, 2015, 05:26:12 PM
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Will be fixing the "invalid address entered" message shortly.  The web server is being shifted to a different machine and this error is popping up because the migration isn't 100% complete yet.


Fantastic!
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April 20, 2015, 05:46:54 PM
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Everything is patched up and running again.  Migrating the web server is such a pain when everything important that it talks to is locked down by IP.  I have to do a strange ritual dance just to remember the right combination of servers to connect through to actually let myself in.

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April 20, 2015, 06:27:41 PM
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One of the private servers had an outage earlier.  There was an error in the configuration when updating it, and instead of failing so I knew immediately it was there, it created a silent failure/process hang that didn't alert me until my monitoring script noticed it wasn't getting a new response after a block change.

The problem has been corrected.

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April 27, 2015, 08:52:14 PM
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One of the private servers had an outage earlier.  There was an error in the configuration when updating it, and instead of failing so I knew immediately it was there, it created a silent failure/process hang that didn't alert me until my monitoring script noticed it wasn't getting a new response after a block change.

The problem has been corrected.


Has everyone experienced seriously horrible pool luck lately? I've had a streak of a few days of being less than half my typical payout. So far in 10 hours of today I got 0.00024963 with 1.25TH/s
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April 28, 2015, 01:28:38 AM
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One of the private servers had an outage earlier.  There was an error in the configuration when updating it, and instead of failing so I knew immediately it was there, it created a silent failure/process hang that didn't alert me until my monitoring script noticed it wasn't getting a new response after a block change.

The problem has been corrected.

Has everyone experienced seriously horrible pool luck lately? I've had a streak of a few days of being less than half my typical payout. So far in 10 hours of today I got 0.00024963 with 1.25TH/s

You're saying this while the 3-day average is at 110% (and was at 130% 2-days ago during that massive spike of luck).

Will also point out that any time somebody is claiming multiple days at less than half:  You need to redo your math.  That hasn't happened.  In the last 3 months there has not been 2 consecutive days under 50%.  Hell, there's only been 2 or 3 24-hour periods (if you cherry pick a start and end time) at under 50%.

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April 28, 2015, 07:34:36 AM
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Let's hope for some luck now, need them coins!

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April 28, 2015, 09:57:18 AM
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Have still not seen anything from you.  If you're sending from your own domain, check your SPF/DKIP records, because they don't even arrive in a spam folder meaning you're getting hard blocked due to bad mail server/dkip/spf settings.

I sent again and you responded promptly. Thank you, eleuthria.
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April 28, 2015, 09:22:47 PM
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How many rounds does one need to fill to get the full payout?
I'm not sure I'm asking this correctly, but the example I'll use is this.
block was found this am at 926 am, I had a miner drop off prior to that so I didn't get a normal payout for that miner.
The shift that was part of that block I'm guessing ended at 8:48 am.
Next several shifts miner is at full contribution it normally does.
So 10:32 , 12:16 and 2pm shifts all have normal contributions. 350%

So why wouldn't I get the "normal" payout for the block that was found at 2:47 pm.
the 3:44 shift was also the miners full normal contribution.

3 full complete shifts that my miner was at 350% but the pay was for only 301%

Pool hash is the same. just different days with that small drop off for 2 shifts.
The miner still contributed work through all the shifts, just not what it normall did.
So I can understand a low payout on the am block but not so much on the afternoon one.
Now if a few blocks were found before noon, I would understand a low payout there too.
But it seems off the miner needs to work that long and still not be "ramped back up"

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April 29, 2015, 12:00:18 AM
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10 shifts
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April 29, 2015, 12:00:34 AM
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Block payments are based off contribution average over 10 shifts, which is something like 18-20 hours depending on pool speed.  If you drop out for an hour, your share of blocks will be decreased by roughly 5% of your normal contribution (1 hour missing out of the 20 hour evaluation window) until the shift with an hour missing is no longer part of the last 10 shifts.

PPLNS basically distributes the effect of your mining activity.  Instead of getting paid nothing while your miner was offline, you get paid slightly less averaged out over the shifts.

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April 29, 2015, 04:24:41 PM
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Block payments are based off contribution average over 10 shifts, which is something like 18-20 hours depending on pool speed.  If you drop out for an hour, your share of blocks will be decreased by roughly 5% of your normal contribution (1 hour missing out of the 20 hour evaluation window) until the shift with an hour missing is no longer part of the last 10 shifts.

PPLNS basically distributes the effect of your mining activity.  Instead of getting paid nothing while your miner was offline, you get paid slightly less averaged out over the shifts.


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                   Any chance you could add actual pool time to the website somewhere? Or just tell me the timezone? I had an outage last night and i really have no way of knowing when they went down other then when i stopped accumulating shares on a certain shift... which is time stamped in some crazy time like EU time.
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April 29, 2015, 04:30:43 PM
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Block payments are based off contribution average over 10 shifts, which is something like 18-20 hours depending on pool speed.  If you drop out for an hour, your share of blocks will be decreased by roughly 5% of your normal contribution (1 hour missing out of the 20 hour evaluation window) until the shift with an hour missing is no longer part of the last 10 shifts.

PPLNS basically distributes the effect of your mining activity.  Instead of getting paid nothing while your miner was offline, you get paid slightly less averaged out over the shifts.


Eleuthria,


                   Any chance you could add actual pool time to the website somewhere? Or just tell me the timezone? I had an outage last night and i really have no way of knowing when they went down other then when i stopped accumulating shares on a certain shift... which is time stamped in some crazy time like EU time.
Just go into your settings and change your timezone.  You'll see things displayed local to you.

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