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Author Topic: [9 TH] Bitparking Pool, DGM 0%,vardiff,stratum,Merge Mining  (Read 150984 times)
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April 20, 2013, 01:21:35 AM
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I have a backup stratum server operating on stratum+tcp://stratum2.bitparking.com:3333. If the main stratum server fails this one should continue operating. It's not a complete failover as it still relies on some features on the main server but will work fine for the types of stratum crashes that occurred recently. You can also pick the stratum server that provides the best latency for your miner. I'll continue working on a solution that works in the case of the main server completely failing.
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April 20, 2013, 02:10:46 AM
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The getwork server is now randomly picking one of the stratum servers for the redirect header. If you want to connect to a specific server use the "stratum+tcp" address directly on your miner.
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April 20, 2013, 03:15:15 PM
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I installed some monitoring on the pool hash rate to ping my phone if it dropped low and it triggered this morning. I was able to see the reason for the recent crashes and have fixed the issue. Pool had about 5 minutes downtime. I'll continue to monitor.

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April 20, 2013, 08:15:17 PM
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I've tried stratum2.bitparking.com, and initially it looked as if everything runs perfectly. Normal hashrate, zero stales. After a while I noticed that the balance doesn't match the number of accepted shares. I stopped everything and started a controlled test session:

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UTC     shares    bitpark   earnings
hhmmss  accepted  balance   /2720nBTC  deficit
180210     0    0.03381504     0          0
180540    42    0.03381504     0        -42
180704    60    0.03390188    32        -28
180806    68    0.03390208    32        -36
180928    85    0.03390208    32        -53
181010    94    0.03390208    32        -62
181123   109    0.03390208    32        -77
181232   119    0.03394560    48        -71
181400   138    0.03394560    48        -90
181538   159    0.03398912    64        -95
181651   175    0.03403264    80        -95
181755   184    0.03407616    96        -88
181911   198    0.03411968   112        -86
182047   215    0.03416320   128        -87
182215   235    0.03425024   160        -75
182322   257    0.03433728   192        -65
182408   271    0.03433728   192        -79
182449   282    0.03433728   192        -90
182558   290    0.03438080   208        -82
182704   304    0.03438080   208        -96
182808   314    0.03442432   224        -90
182922   321    0.03442432   224        -97
183027   339    0.03451136   256        -83
183120   352    0.03451136   256        -96
183210   362    0.03455488   272        -90
183332   379    0.03459840   288        -91
 # stop miner, stratum proxy still running
183440   379    0.03459840   288        -91
183545   379    0.03459840   288        -91
183650   379    0.03459840   288        -91
183800   379    0.03459840   288        -91
 # start miner, stratum proxy still running
183805   379    0.03459840   288        -91
183930   385    0.03459840   288        -97
184040   400    0.03468544   320        -80
184213   423    0.03477248   352        -71
184322   441    0.03477248   352        -89
184438   459    0.03481600   368        -91
184531   473    0.03490304   400        -73
 # stop miner, stratum proxy still running
184640   473    0.03490304   400        -73
 # stop stratum proxy
184715   473    0.03490304   400        -73
184902   473    0.03490304   400        -73
185003   473    0.03490304   400        -73
193309   473    0.03490304   400        -73

I never experienced anything like this while mining at mmpool.bitparking.com.
Seems there is a cache problem. After a while that cache is being cleared. Where have the missing shares gone?

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April 21, 2013, 12:01:23 AM
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I never experienced anything like this while mining at mmpool.bitparking.com.
Seems there is a cache problem. After a while that cache is being cleared. Where have the missing shares gone?
The backup server does cache shares for a short time and this will always result in the website and stats being a number of shares behind. These are always submitted though. If you were to stop mining for a few minutes it'd catch up. Just in case though I've disabled the advertising of the backup server while I investigate to see if there are any issues.
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April 21, 2013, 02:17:25 AM
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Borked again? Accepted shares on my Avalon have stopped. It won't failover for some reason. Doublec please get this fixed.

Edit: Restarted my miner and it appears to be working again.
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April 21, 2013, 03:07:31 AM
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Working well for me, thanks. I really like the 'spartan' no-frills style.
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April 21, 2013, 03:20:48 AM
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Hi Doublec,

Can you please explain why speed in statistic http://mmpool.bitparking.com/user/ is 15% lower then i see in cgminer on my side ?
( there is no rejects or hardware errors)

Because of that i have lower btc earn

Yesterday it wasn't such issue




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April 21, 2013, 03:59:54 AM
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Borked again? Accepted shares on my Avalon have stopped. It won't failover for some reason. Doublec please get this fixed.
I've looked into the failover issue and applied a fix just now. There was a short server restart as a result. I'll monitor the fix and see how it goes.
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April 21, 2013, 04:00:56 AM
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Can you please explain why speed in statistic http://mmpool.bitparking.com/user/ is 15% lower then i see in cgminer on my side ?
There were some server restarts today to try and track down the issue causing the stratum server crash that has been occurring on the mornings. Hopefully I've done the last of these just now to resolve the issue.
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April 21, 2013, 04:41:30 AM
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At some point I plan to add support for notifying miners if their miner's stop mining. I'm open to suggestions on how best to handle the notification trigger. For my own server down notifications I'm using Pushover to send notifications to my phone. As a stopgap until I've implemented something for miners, if you'd like to receive pushover notifications if you're miner hash rate drops you can bitmessage me at BM-BbgTgGa6LX3yYqwJSwdwrzysvfWjM2u6 (or post here if you don't mind it being public, or PM me, or email the bitparking admin address) with your account name, your pushover user key and the hash rate minimum you want to receive a notification and I'll set a notification up for you.
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April 21, 2013, 07:31:02 AM
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Can you please explain why speed in statistic http://mmpool.bitparking.com/user/ is 15% lower then i see in cgminer on my side ?
There were some server restarts today to try and track down the issue causing the stratum server crash that has been occurring on the mornings. Hopefully I've done the last of these just now to resolve the issue.


Ok, thank you.

Hope it will be stable
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April 21, 2013, 10:47:53 AM
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At some point I plan to add support for notifying miners if their miner's stop mining. I'm open to suggestions on how best to handle the notification trigger. For my own server down notifications I'm using Pushover to send notifications to my phone. As a stopgap until I've implemented something for miners, if you'd like to receive pushover notifications if you're miner hash rate drops you can bitmessage me at BM-BbgTgGa6LX3yYqwJSwdwrzysvfWjM2u6 (or post here if you don't mind it being public, or PM me, or email the bitparking admin address) with your account name, your pushover user key and the hash rate minimum you want to receive a notification and I'll set a notification up for you.

This sounds awesome.  Thank you for this offer!  However, I'm curious if we decide to shutdown or mine a more profitable coin for a day or two, how would we be able to turn the notifications off?

Once you have it setup where we can change the hash rate minimum on the user end (add it as an input on our account page?), I wouldn't want to be locked in.  Otherwise, my phone would be blowing up if I decide to mine PPC for the day or something, heh.

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April 21, 2013, 11:36:24 AM
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Excellent work with fixing the pool issues, doublec!

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April 21, 2013, 11:54:28 AM
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This sounds awesome.  Thank you for this offer!  However, I'm curious if we decide to shutdown or mine a more profitable coin for a day or two, how would we be able to turn the notifications off?

Once you have it setup where we can change the hash rate minimum on the user end (add it as an input on our account page?), I wouldn't want to be locked in.  Otherwise, my phone would be blowing up if I decide to mine PPC for the day or something, heh.
Good point, that would be annoying. Best to wait till I have an interface set up allowing you to set and edit the alerts.
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April 21, 2013, 12:01:57 PM
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At some point I plan to add support for notifying miners if their miner's stop mining. I'm open to suggestions on how best to handle the notification trigger. For my own server down notifications I'm using Pushover to send notifications to my phone. As a stopgap until I've implemented something for miners, if you'd like to receive pushover notifications if you're miner hash rate drops you can bitmessage me at BM-BbgTgGa6LX3yYqwJSwdwrzysvfWjM2u6 (or post here if you don't mind it being public, or PM me, or email the bitparking admin address) with your account name, your pushover user key and the hash rate minimum you want to receive a notification and I'll set a notification up for you.

This sounds awesome.  Thank you for this offer!  However, I'm curious if we decide to shutdown or mine a more profitable coin for a day or two, how would we be able to turn the notifications off?

Once you have it setup where we can change the hash rate minimum on the user end (add it as an input on our account page?), I wouldn't want to be locked in.  Otherwise, my phone would be blowing up if I decide to mine PPC for the day or something, heh.

Good question.

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April 21, 2013, 12:03:01 PM
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This sounds awesome.  Thank you for this offer!  However, I'm curious if we decide to shutdown or mine a more profitable coin for a day or two, how would we be able to turn the notifications off?

Once you have it setup where we can change the hash rate minimum on the user end (add it as an input on our account page?), I wouldn't want to be locked in.  Otherwise, my phone would be blowing up if I decide to mine PPC for the day or something, heh.
Good point, that would be annoying. Best to wait till I have an interface set up allowing you to set and edit the alerts.

Ya, for now, I had a friend write a Windows service to screen scape the site and send me an e-mail, but I can turn it on or off Wink

Would definitely be easier if it is integrated into the site!  Awesome stuff doublec!

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April 21, 2013, 12:10:06 PM
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Ya, for now, I had a friend write a Windows service to screen scape the site and send me an e-mail, but I can turn it on or off Wink
Too late for you now, but for the future if you want to avoid screen scraping there's now a user stats JSON api:

Code:
http://mmpool.bitparking.com/userstats/username

Replace 'username' with the username and you get a JSON result of hash rate and balances.
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April 21, 2013, 12:30:09 PM
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Ya, for now, I had a friend write a Windows service to screen scape the site and send me an e-mail, but I can turn it on or off Wink
Too late for you now, but for the future if you want to avoid screen scraping there's now a user stats JSON api:

Code:
http://mmpool.bitparking.com/userstats/username

Replace 'username' with the username and you get a JSON result of hash rate and balances.

haha, yeah, I'll pass this along to my "developer" who this probably means something to, haha.   

Thanks for the heads up though!

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