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June 23, 2012, 07:15:11 AM
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Here is a good video for those asking about the price..

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June 28, 2012, 12:26:28 AM
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Saw something wierd with my miners today, some of the total hashrate was going to public work, and some was still getting dumped to my private pool.

I hopped on IRC and asked about it, turns out it's part of the load balancing for GPUMax.

So if you see the same thing going on, that what it is.

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June 28, 2012, 12:30:07 AM
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The website still contains javascript that fucks up my browser  Undecided
I caught it using 6GB of RAM just now, and had to kill it - even though I got this window about stopping the script, it still froze the browser.



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June 28, 2012, 12:43:00 AM
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Saw something wierd with my miners today, some of the total hashrate was going to public work, and some was still getting dumped to my private pool.

I hopped on IRC and asked about it, turns out it's part of the load balancing for GPUMax.

So if you see the same thing going on, that what it is.
So now there is no way to get 100% public work even when it is available?

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June 28, 2012, 12:43:51 AM
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The website still contains javascript that fucks up my browser  Undecided
I caught it using 6GB of RAM just now, and had to kill it - even though I got this window about stopping the script, it still froze the browser.




No idea man.  No problems here with that page showing live stats.  Stays right at 500MB RAM total for me on Firefox.

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June 28, 2012, 12:44:26 AM
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Saw something wierd with my miners today, some of the total hashrate was going to public work, and some was still getting dumped to my private pool.

I hopped on IRC and asked about it, turns out it's part of the load balancing for GPUMax.

So if you see the same thing going on, that what it is.
So now there is no way to get 100% public work even when it is available?

I didn't say that.

Pirate never said that to me.

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June 28, 2012, 01:24:09 AM
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Saw something wierd with my miners today, some of the total hashrate was going to public work, and some was still getting dumped to my private pool.

I hopped on IRC and asked about it, turns out it's part of the load balancing for GPUMax.

So if you see the same thing going on, that what it is.

I figured it was something along that line. Work was being accepted, but miner data was slow, if even correct, on the site.

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June 28, 2012, 02:24:50 AM
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The website still contains javascript that fucks up my browser  Undecided
I caught it using 6GB of RAM just now, and had to kill it - even though I got this window about stopping the script, it still froze the browser.

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No idea man.  No problems here with that page showing live stats.  Stays right at 500MB RAM total for me on Firefox.

I've never seen this either.  I usually have a GPUMAX window up 24/7, and it has never given me any trouble.
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June 28, 2012, 03:03:51 AM
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I'm fairly sure it is an unwanted interaction with some plugin or something, but when the javascript is obfuscated it makes it impossible to find out where the issue is.

The main suspects at this point are adblock plus (with EasyPrivacy+EasyList definitions installed), LastPass (which is already causing memory leaks), and perhaps TrackerBlock.
It seems to work OK for a little while, and then suddenly it will freeze solid and gobble memory. I wonder if there is some bug where unexpected data from the server might cause an issue.

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June 28, 2012, 03:22:10 AM
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I'm fairly sure it is an unwanted interaction with some plugin or something, but when the javascript is obfuscated it makes it impossible to find out where the issue is.

The main suspects at this point are adblock plus (with EasyPrivacy+EasyList definitions installed), LastPass (which is already causing memory leaks), and perhaps TrackerBlock.
It seems to work OK for a little while, and then suddenly it will freeze solid and gobble memory. I wonder if there is some bug where unexpected data from the server might cause an issue.

Well, I use AdBlock Plus also, so I doubt it's that.  As opposed to LastPass and TrackerBlocker, I use KeePass and Ghostery.  Never had a problem with either of them.  You might want to give them a try and see if it helps.

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June 28, 2012, 02:16:30 PM
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Attention GPUMAX Users

Over the past month we've been dealing with massive load changes due to users allowing others to mine on their accounts. This is not only unfair for those sitting on the waitlist but also makes it very hard for us to control the growth during the beta.  While our ultimate goal is to allow anyone to use our service, we just don't have the time to deal with uncontrollable growth and develop the platform at the same time.

Effective tomorrow (Friday 06/29/2012 12:00am CST), accounts with the following activity will be suspended.

  • Any account with miners connected on 2 or more IP addresses from different subnets.

No other limitations will be made at this time. If we continue to see issues, additional actions will be taken.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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June 28, 2012, 02:20:23 PM
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Anyone seeing consistently slow relay to their private pool?  Cgminer reports good while gpumax and the private pool are 15% lower.

I started noticing this recently.
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June 28, 2012, 02:26:43 PM
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Attention GPUMAX Users

Over the past month we've been dealing with massive load changes due to users allowing others to mine on their accounts. This is not only unfair for those sitting on the waitlist but also makes it very hard for us to control the growth during the beta.  While our ultimate goal is to allow anyone to use our service, we just don't have the time to deal with uncontrollable growth and develop the platform at the same time.

Effective tomorrow (Friday 06/29/2012 12:00am CST), accounts with the following activity will be suspended.

  • Any account with miners connected on 2 or more IP addresses from different subnets.

No other limitations will be made at this time. If we continue to see issues, additional actions will be taken.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Simple question - I have a single card that I mine from at home and it's always mined from at home while my main setup is at the wife's office (obviously different IPs and subnets).  Should I just point my home miner to a different pool?  I'm just asking because I'm sure there's a lot of people here who have a main facility and then their home setup who might be having the same issue.

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June 28, 2012, 02:27:52 PM
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Attention GPUMAX Users

Over the past month we've been dealing with massive load changes due to users allowing others to mine on their accounts. This is not only unfair for those sitting on the waitlist but also makes it very hard for us to control the growth during the beta.  While our ultimate goal is to allow anyone to use our service, we just don't have the time to deal with uncontrollable growth and develop the platform at the same time.

Effective tomorrow (Friday 06/29/2012 12:00am CST), accounts with the following activity will be suspended.

  • Any account with miners connected on 2 or more IP addresses from different subnets.

No other limitations will be made at this time. If we continue to see issues, additional actions will be taken.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Would there really be significantly more abuse if the limit was two addressess instead of one? I don't claim to know how the abusers are spreading work, but I know that people mine at home and at work, for example. Of course there will be people who legitimately mine at more than two locations, but the home / work locations are pretty common for obvious reasons.
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June 28, 2012, 02:36:26 PM
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Attention GPUMAX Users

Over the past month we've been dealing with massive load changes due to users allowing others to mine on their accounts. This is not only unfair for those sitting on the waitlist but also makes it very hard for us to control the growth during the beta.  While our ultimate goal is to allow anyone to use our service, we just don't have the time to deal with uncontrollable growth and develop the platform at the same time.

Effective tomorrow (Friday 06/29/2012 12:00am CST), accounts with the following activity will be suspended.

  • Any account with miners connected on 2 or more IP addresses from different subnets.

No other limitations will be made at this time. If we continue to see issues, additional actions will be taken.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Would there really be significantly more abuse if the limit was two addressess instead of one? I don't claim to know how the abusers are spreading work, but I know that people mine at home and at work, for example. Of course there will be people who legitimately mine at more than two locations, but the home / work locations are pretty common for obvious reasons.

We realize that people have multiple locations but for every user that's legitimately using the service from multiple locations there are 5 that aren't.  I don't want this to sound like we don't care or don't appreciate your business but the waiting list is gigantic.  

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June 28, 2012, 03:38:14 PM
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Thanks for the update.

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June 28, 2012, 03:51:33 PM
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Does this mean that GPUMax will start making its way through its waiting list?
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June 28, 2012, 03:54:32 PM
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Does this mean that GPUMax will start making its way through its waiting list?

That would rock. I've personally been on there since Jan or Feb.

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June 28, 2012, 03:55:56 PM
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Are there separate lists for buyers vs sellers?

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June 28, 2012, 04:36:25 PM
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Anyone seeing consistently slow relay to their private pool?  Cgminer reports good while gpumax and the private pool are 15% lower.

I started noticing this recently.

Yup, it's been horrible recently. No public work and slower hashrate to private pool = why bother

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