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February 25, 2015, 02:22:42 PM
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we're broken.

we'll shutdown for a little while



Do you mean the tech side of the pool not finance side?

Are you financially broken?

technically

our little hobby project became hard to maintain

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February 25, 2015, 02:29:16 PM
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algo qubit does not work
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February 25, 2015, 02:38:12 PM
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our little hobby project became hard to maintain

Do you mean the pool is your little hobby project?

Anything wrong with qubit pool?
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February 25, 2015, 03:15:05 PM
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our little hobby project became hard to maintain

Do you mean the pool is your little hobby project?

Anything wrong with qubit pool?

yes, homemade over weekends and late evening. but i guess most of other pools are like that too. that was so fun to program. i've got too much excited over it and forgot to stop at some point. rental was an error i now think.

qubit and sha256 now restarted

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February 25, 2015, 04:25:20 PM
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our little hobby project became hard to maintain

Do you mean the pool is your little hobby project?

Anything wrong with qubit pool?

yes, homemade over weekends and late evening. but i guess most of other pools are like that too. that was so fun to program. i've got too much excited over it and forgot to stop at some point. rental was an error i now think.

qubit and sha256 now restarted


Hey, hey, don't let your head hang down Wink Look up and see how we, your miners, are supporting you in whatever you guys do. You guys have made one of the most profitable multipools out there who aren't cheating and ripping off like madmen.

Rental might be an error, but let time show that. It can be beneficial for renting SHA mining power when the pool can't chase BTC and is left with unprofitable altcoins. It will pull the payouts closer to the real BTC price. I still like that idea, but it has to come to fruition first. Advertisements could help there, maybe even be one of the first rental sites for new algos out there, when they pop up?

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February 25, 2015, 06:31:43 PM
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Are things still acting up? I've had around 35mhz for the last few hours, and the graphs / payout appear to be a flat line. Quark is what I'm currently showing my systems are processing, and the last 50 are all immature.
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February 25, 2015, 06:34:04 PM
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Ill take alook sometime.

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February 25, 2015, 08:15:39 PM
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yes, homemade over weekends and late evening. but i guess most of other pools are like that too. that was so fun to program. i've got too much excited over it and forgot to stop at some point. rental was an error i now think.
Might be some issues with the rental code, as when rentals went live seems to be when the pool started breaking. Just take it easy and give things a good look over if you want to try and re-launch rentals; there's no rush, really. This has already been the most actively developed multipool I've ever seen and really dominates in that space, so just maintaining the pool and adding new coins already makes it a clear winner. Rentals would be cool, but that market already has stuff like Nicehash that do a decent job (missing a lot of algos though). Looking at the numbers, a lot of the power pointed at Nicehash ends up making its way back to YAAMP anyhow (33% of x15 hashrate is from Nicehash as of writing), so the relationship ends up mutually beneficial for both pools.

In short, the pool's been a great project so far, and I hope it has been rewarding to you running it (both financially and otherwise) as it's certainly been rewarding for myself and others as miners, so just keep up the great work and don't sweat the small stuff Grin
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February 25, 2015, 11:45:39 PM
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Are things still acting up? I've had around 35mhz for the last few hours, and the graphs / payout appear to be a flat line. Quark is what I'm currently showing my systems are processing, and the last 50 are all immature.

I think things are working again as things starting picking up as the day went on, but ouch... I'm at ~25% of my 14 day average payout between the two payouts today.
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February 26, 2015, 08:35:08 AM
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You doing great job yaamp!

Hobby is a good approach to the case.
Mining is also a hobby every one of us, is not ? Smiley
Don't stop doing it.

Best Regards.
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February 26, 2015, 04:03:11 PM
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Are things still acting up? I've had around 35mhz for the last few hours, and the graphs / payout appear to be a flat line. Quark is what I'm currently showing my systems are processing, and the last 50 are all immature.

I think things are working again as things starting picking up as the day went on, but ouch... I'm at ~25% of my 14 day average payout between the two payouts today.

This mornings numbers look back to normal if that helps. Thanks!
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February 26, 2015, 10:49:53 PM
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@yaamp I deposited some BTC (0.02) to RENTAL and only very few has been spent. Can I get rest back please?
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February 27, 2015, 03:06:39 PM
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Hello!
Is any network issue?
I have a half of day this:
Code:
grizscom@grizscom-desktop:~$ mtr yaamp.com -n --report
HOST: grizscom-desktop          Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1.|-- 10.10.10.254               0.0%    10    0.2   0.3   0.2   0.4   0.1
  2.|-- 193.192.34.129             0.0%    10    6.4  19.9   0.9 174.8  54.5
  3.|-- 87.245.239.137            10.0%    10    1.7   6.5   1.6  44.6  14.3
  4.|-- 87.245.233.114             0.0%    10  140.8 132.2 130.8 140.8   3.2
  5.|-- 206.130.10.9               0.0%    10  128.1 129.4 128.0 137.4   3.0
  6.|-- 192.241.164.242            0.0%    10  133.2 133.7 133.1 135.5   0.9
  7.|-- ???                      100.0     10    0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0
grizscom@grizscom-desktop:~$

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February 27, 2015, 04:08:36 PM
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problems, problems, X11 switching dead/alive every 10-15s

I agree, the last payouts performance was around 50% or less of my average. Things still seem like they haven't fully bounced back.
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February 27, 2015, 04:43:06 PM
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Just noticing a bit of ongoing strange behaviour with algos that get, "overloaded", with mining power. Pretty sure this has always been an issue when too much power gets pointed at an algo for YAAMP's software's liking, but has been causing issues more often recently with the large amounts of hashpower that gets pointed at quark on and off.


It looks like once the software hits what it thinks is the reasonable cap for mining power pointed at each coin, any excess power ends up getting pointed at the last coin on the list (the least profitable coin). While it makes sense to try to not point too much power at any one coin, it seems like it would be better to raise the caps when there's an excess power than to end up pointing it all at the worst coin to mine.
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February 27, 2015, 05:04:39 PM
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Just noticing a bit of ongoing strange behaviour with algos that get, "overloaded", with mining power. Pretty sure this has always been an issue when too much power gets pointed at an algo for YAAMP's software's liking, but has been causing issues more often recently with the large amounts of hashpower that gets pointed at quark on and off.

It looks like once the software hits what it thinks is the reasonable cap for mining power pointed at each coin, any excess power ends up getting pointed at the last coin on the list (the least profitable coin). While it makes sense to try to not point too much power at any one coin, it seems like it would be better to raise the caps when there's an excess power than to end up pointing it all at the worst coin to mine.

In X11, 8.7 GH/s is pointing at Unitus (x11), the profit is 0.0008 compare most others >0.1.
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February 27, 2015, 05:20:36 PM
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In X11, 8.7 GH/s is pointing at Unitus (x11), the profit is 0.0008 compare most others >0.1.
That's actually entirely different. Unitus is merge-mined, which means that it is mined SIMULTANEOUSLY with any other X11 coin. I won't go into the details of how this works, but some coins are designed such that they can be merge-mined with other coins (which doesn't work unless explicitly coded for), and Unitus is one of those.

Basically, Unitus is just a free bonus on top of whatever else you're mining, and it's really cool that YAAMP supports merge-mining.
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February 27, 2015, 08:37:20 PM
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Just noticing a bit of ongoing strange behaviour with algos that get, "overloaded", with mining power. Pretty sure this has always been an issue when too much power gets pointed at an algo for YAAMP's software's liking, but has been causing issues more often recently with the large amounts of hashpower that gets pointed at quark on and off.


It looks like once the software hits what it thinks is the reasonable cap for mining power pointed at each coin, any excess power ends up getting pointed at the last coin on the list (the least profitable coin). While it makes sense to try to not point too much power at any one coin, it seems like it would be better to raise the caps when there's an excess power than to end up pointing it all at the worst coin to mine.

What you see there is the result of submitted shares for the last 5 minutes. So it may very well happen that the profitability changed during that time. Also, the profitability calculation that is displayed might be a bit late because the backend analysis threads are overloaded. But our stratum services arent (they run on their own servers) and are always very accurate about what's the best to mine. They allocate from top to bottom and from top to bottom again with the exceeding hashpower. Always distributing proportionally of their difficulty.

And yeah there's kind of a problem. For some coins, we mine up to 60%, 80% and even 100% of them. Especially for the quark algo.

We're planning to add some more powerful servers soon.


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February 27, 2015, 10:27:16 PM
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Seems like some new algorithms are on the move again Wink WhirlpoolX by VanillaCoin is added by Nicehash, Pluck algo by Supcoin, and now Voyacoin too, is making itself heard. Might be something to take a look at Smiley
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February 27, 2015, 11:30:03 PM
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yaamp, i don't know what you've changed but it's better to do one step back and research.
those fast reconnections on x11 and probably other algos screw stats and cut payouts.
if you have long-time logs i observed that at about 11:30 UTC, Feb 27

You might want to take a look at setting up Minercontrol Wink You can set a switchtime/delay so it won't switch all the time. I have some other nifty settings in my mod too, but setting up the basic Minercontrol with just Yaamp should do the trick.
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