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December 28, 2011, 12:08:49 AM
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Is the pool down? My miner's are all getting connection errors

Edit: must be down, pool is at 0 kh/s with 0 workers

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December 28, 2011, 07:13:21 AM
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Pool seems to be dead.....any news on it ?

Is there another support channel that I am not aware of ? because this has been down for quite some time now with no info anywhere.

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December 28, 2011, 07:21:10 AM
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Pool seems to be dead.....any news on it ?

Is there another support channel that I am not aware of ? because this has been down for quite some time now with no info anywhere.
You can usually find pooler chillin' in #litecoin on freenode.
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December 28, 2011, 08:40:32 AM
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Is the pool down? My miner's are all getting connection errors

Argh, pushpool went mad in a new and original way and I was not there to handle the situation...
The pool is back up now, I'm really sorry about the downtime.
It is a well known fact that pushpool has several issues, but unfortunately at present it is the only general-purpose pool software that supports scrypt as proof-of-work, so the only thing I can do is trying to debug it.

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December 28, 2011, 08:55:23 AM
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Is the pool down? My miner's are all getting connection errors

Argh, pushpool went mad in a new and original way and I was not there to handle the situation...
The pool is back up now, I'm really sorry about the downtime.
It is a well known fact that pushpool has several issues, but unfortunately at present it is the only general-purpose pool software that supports scrypt as proof-of-work, so the only thing I can do is trying to debug it.
Sure 'bout that?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33142.0
"SCrypt blockchain support (e.g litecoin)"
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December 28, 2011, 08:59:13 AM
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Is the pool down? My miner's are all getting connection errors

Argh, pushpool went mad in a new and original way and I was not there to handle the situation...
The pool is back up now, I'm really sorry about the downtime.
It is a well known fact that pushpool has several issues, but unfortunately at present it is the only general-purpose pool software that supports scrypt as proof-of-work, so the only thing I can do is trying to debug it.
Sure 'bout that?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33142.0
"SCrypt blockchain support (e.g litecoin)"

Yes, I am sure. Smiley
PoolServerJ has "experimental" support for scrypt, but it doesn't really work, as it cannot handle difficulties less than 1. I (and other pool ops) have already tried to get it running with Litecoin, but without success so far.

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December 29, 2011, 07:53:10 PM
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i'm experimenting with litecoinpool for 24 hours to see if its more profitable than solo.  I'll tell you what tho, i really like that it cheers for me!

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December 29, 2011, 08:27:17 PM
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i'm experimenting with litecoinpool for 24 hours to see if its more profitable than solo.  I'll tell you what tho, i really like that it cheers for me!

Why would your expectation be that a pool is more profitable than solo.  It won't be.  A pool has less VARIANCE than solo and a PPS pool has no variance at all.  Still you can't earn more than solo.
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December 29, 2011, 09:53:43 PM
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*shrug* never done a pool for litecoins before so i thought i'd try it.

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January 15, 2012, 02:24:46 AM
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has to be the fastest frontend i have ever seen. Pool is custom build.. just added top shares and blocks found.

Pretty nice pool I must say..

Mining Both Bitcoin and Litecoin.
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January 15, 2012, 02:30:08 AM
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Still you can't earn more than solo.
Say again?
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January 16, 2012, 12:47:08 AM
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I  just found out about litecoin's recently and I'm interested to see how a pool works for this. I was trying to solo mine but I get absolutely no feedback from the official client so I have no idea if it's even mining or not. I set up an account and joined this pool and now I'm going at about 16kh/s. I always did love PPS pools anyway so works for me. =D

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January 17, 2012, 05:45:17 AM
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http://ctrlv.in/58668 ??

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January 17, 2012, 11:05:18 AM
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The speed estimates of single workers are based on the last 10 minutes (so that they react faster to real speed changes), while the total speed estimate of each user is based on the last 15 minutes, so that the value is more stable across time (this is the value that appears in the hall of fame). This also means that the total speed estimate takes longer to catch up the real speed.

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January 26, 2012, 02:46:15 PM
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SMS/email alerts when you mine a certain amount would be cool

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January 26, 2012, 08:44:28 PM
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SMS/email alerts when you mine a certain amount would be cool

That would be an interesting feature, but I have one major objection.
It's not advisable to leave one's earnings in a pool (any pool), because the balance does not constitute a promise of payout. If the pool got hacked, pending balances could vanish. That's why it is important to enable automatic payouts, and to keep your litecoins in an offline wallet.

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February 01, 2012, 05:55:14 AM
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Excited about this new coin. Wanting to participate and have seen the very clear and simple guidelines on the Litecoin Pool homepage.

Now can someone help me figure out a good hardware rig to get started using Windows 7?

What brand/specs should I be looking for in a CPU? Is there a thread or web page that has more info?

Finally, how do I find out what the potential hash speed is for my current PC... just by running the scryptmining software?

Sorry for being such a noob, appreciate any help or guidance.

 
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February 01, 2012, 07:05:39 AM
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Now can someone help me figure out a good hardware rig to get started using Windows 7?

What brand/specs should I be looking for in a CPU? Is there a thread or web page that has more info?
Seriously, just don't get a 500 bucks CPU just for Litecoin. Get what you'd get for your other uses, and then just run the miner on it. It used to be worth 0.01+ BTC, look where it is now.
As for CPU brand, well, the miner has regularly been optimized, which often changed what brand or model was best. Now as far as I understood, it seems that miner performance is globally comparable to generic bench performance, so Intel > AMD in absolute performance, not sure about perf/price ratio though.

Finally, how do I find out what the potential hash speed is for my current PC... just by running the scryptmining software?
That, or by checking the miner thread: some people reported their hash speeds their, that may give you an idea. On a Phenom 2 X4 955 @3.6GHz I'm getting about 25kh/s. On a Phenom 2 X4M N930 @ 2GHz I'm getting about 13 kh/s.

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February 01, 2012, 08:39:15 AM
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Now can someone help me figure out a good hardware rig to get started using Windows 7?

What brand/specs should I be looking for in a CPU? Is there a thread or web page that has more info?
Seriously, just don't get a 500 bucks CPU just for Litecoin. Get what you'd get for your other uses, and then just run the miner on it. It used to be worth 0.01+ BTC, look where it is now.
As for CPU brand, well, the miner has regularly been optimized, which often changed what brand or model was best. Now as far as I understood, it seems that miner performance is globally comparable to generic bench performance, so Intel > AMD in absolute performance, not sure about perf/price ratio though.

Finally, how do I find out what the potential hash speed is for my current PC... just by running the scryptmining software?
That, or by checking the miner thread: some people reported their hash speeds their, that may give you an idea. On a Phenom 2 X4 955 @3.6GHz I'm getting about 25kh/s. On a Phenom 2 X4M N930 @ 2GHz I'm getting about 13 kh/s.

Thanks that info is spot-on helpful.  I have been looking at the pool's stats page and seeing the various kH/s specs of the miners there.

I think will be able to figure out what I need now.

Best,
Stew
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February 03, 2012, 08:13:51 PM
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Another bunch of scammers. Tried this for a couple of days, then poof, "Account has been suspended".

Nothing to see, move along, avoid this crap like the plague.

Why the frell so many retards spell "ect" as an abbreviation of "Et Cetera"? "ETC", DAMMIT! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Et_cetera

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