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Author Topic: [9 TH] Bitparking Pool, DGM 0%,vardiff,stratum,Merge Mining  (Read 151149 times)
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June 25, 2013, 11:08:43 AM
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You know I'm on strat because we HAVE discussed this.. that is why you 'retired' some servers.
I get quite a few emails and requests for support, it's helpful if you answer questions in a civil tone with the information requested so we can move towards a solution. If you're not willing to do this I suggest you mine elsewhere.


I have been civil, and this is a poor attempt at deflection

There is more than 20Gh I can point at your pool, but if I have to continually adjust my costings and monitor the setup so I don't loose money (something you are being paid to manage), then I can just as easily point it at Elgius.

You provide a chargeable service, perhaps it would be conducive to your pools health  if you started to act like it, or perhaps it is YOU that should not be in this business.

But I will take your suggestion.... If your system can hold together long enough to for me to meet the minimum target for payout.
To that end I have thrown 4GH/s at your pool to see how long it can go without serious issues, but the pool has already started to 'pull' downwards.
Elgius shows the same allocation as >4.4GH/s




That yellowed out image might have meaningful numbers to you, but you can't really expect others to decipher it easily, especially since even the column headers are yellowed out. Looks like output from some custom script to me. It's a rather common problem that people expect others to be able to understand some output snippet, just because they understand it themselves. I'm doing that all the time myself Smiley
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June 25, 2013, 11:25:14 AM
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Copy this text into a file called say bitp.html, change the USERNAME in 2 places and open the html file with your browser - auto refreshes and gives a timestamp at the top of the page - my gift to bitparking Smiley

If you want to hear the 5 beeps when a block is found then copy your favourite "ping" .wav file to the same folder as your html file and rename it to success.wav.

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<html>
  <head>
  </head>
  <body>
     <div id="timeDiv"></div>
    <iframe id="if1" style="border:1px solid white; width:1200px; height:690px;" src="http://mmpool.bitparking.com/user/USERNAME"></iframe>
  </body>

<span id="dummy1"></span>
<span id="dummy2"></span>
<span id="dummy3"></span>
<span id="dummy4"></span>
<span id="dummy5"></span>

<embed src="success.wav" autostart="false" width="0" height="0" id="sound2" enablejavascript="true">

<script language="javascript">

   var lastIndex = "0";

   setTimeout("pageRefresh()", 15000);

   function pageRefresh() {

       var xmlHttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
       xmlHttp.open( "GET", "http://mmpool.bitparking.com/blockstats?t=" + (new Date()).getTime(), false );
       xmlHttp.send( null );
       var res = xmlHttp.responseText;
       var currentBlock = res.substring(res.indexOf("<th>State</th>") + 40, res.indexOf("<th>State</th>") + 46);
       var currentIndex = res.substring(res.indexOf("<th>State</th>") + 28, res.indexOf("<th>State</th>") + 31);
      if (lastIndex != currentIndex && lastIndex != "0") {
         playSound();
      }
      lastIndex = currentIndex;

      var sTime = (new Date()) + "";
      if (sTime.indexOf("UTC") != -1) {
         sTime = sTime.substring(0, sTime.indexOf("UTC"));
      }
      else if (sTime.indexOf("GMT") != -1) {
         sTime = sTime.substring(0, sTime.indexOf("GMT"));
      }

      window.document.getElementById("timeDiv").innerHTML = "Time : " + sTime + ", Last index : " + lastIndex + ", Last block : " + currentBlock;

      window.document.getElementById("if1").src = "http://mmpool.bitparking.com/user/USERNAME";
      setTimeout("pageRefresh()", 15000);

   }

   function playSound() {
      window.document.getElementById("dummy1").innerHTML =
         "<embed src=\"success.wav\" autostart=\"true\" loop=\"false\" hidden=\"true\">";
      setTimeout("playSound2()", 250);
   }

   function playSound2() {
      window.document.getElementById("dummy2").innerHTML =
         "<embed src=\"success.wav\" autostart=\"true\" loop=\"false\" hidden=\"true\">";
      setTimeout("playSound3()", 250);
   }

   function playSound3() {
      window.document.getElementById("dummy3").innerHTML =
         "<embed src=\"success.wav\" autostart=\"true\" loop=\"false\" hidden=\"true\">";
      setTimeout("playSound4()", 250);
   }

   function playSound4() {
      window.document.getElementById("dummy4").innerHTML =
         "<embed src=\"success.wav\" autostart=\"true\" loop=\"false\" hidden=\"true\">";
      setTimeout("playSound5()", 250);
   }

   function playSound5() {
      window.document.getElementById("dummy5").innerHTML =
         "<embed src=\"success.wav\" autostart=\"true\" loop=\"false\" hidden=\"true\">";
   }

</script>
</html>


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June 27, 2013, 11:25:54 AM
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Copy this text into a file called say bitp.html, change the USERNAME in 2 places and open the html file with your browser - auto refreshes and gives a timestamp at the top of the page - my gift to bitparking Smiley

I have not tried this yet but it sounds great! Thank you. Now if we could get a similar thing as a Firefox and Chrome browser extension.

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June 27, 2013, 12:39:24 PM
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Copy this text into a file called say bitp.html, change the USERNAME in 2 places and open the html file with your browser - auto refreshes and gives a timestamp at the top of the page - my gift to bitparking Smiley

I have not tried this yet but it sounds great! Thank you. Now if we could get a similar thing as a Firefox and Chrome browser extension.

Sadly, it's been pointed out that this script only works in IE - will fix this to be all browsers when I get a chance...

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June 27, 2013, 05:56:13 PM
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script works great! thanks a million! I am running it under IE10 (Win 7 64bit), will try it on Firefox and Chrome soon.
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June 27, 2013, 06:18:16 PM
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script works great! thanks a million! I am running it under IE10 (Win 7 64bit), will try it on Firefox and Chrome soon.

Thanks. FF and Chrome don't like the script because it's performing a cross-site script call (to get the last block number found) - so it's an innocent call but this is also how cross site scripting attacks work for hackers Smiley ). I'll come up with a different way and get the same result...

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June 28, 2013, 01:23:28 AM
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Bitparking could set the xss header

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June 28, 2013, 01:42:45 AM
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Bitparking could set the xss header
I've added the CORS access control header to the user and blockstats page. Let me know if that helps.
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June 28, 2013, 01:52:30 AM
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Nice Amazon took years to do that

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June 28, 2013, 07:40:31 PM
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I tested it on my old TC1100 Smiley Yes the one... In XP and IE 8 it clicks all the time(on every refresh)... Very annoying... Don't know if this is a case with Vista 7 or 8. I runt this tablet more or less in XP. Don't look for the setting in IE. You have to go to control panel and find the sounds and disable it under IE start navigation... Select None...
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June 30, 2013, 09:37:33 AM
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*twiddles thumbs*    Low luck lately.   Of course it will all even out in the end.   At 50+ hours, this is probably the longest pool block for a while.  Probably were longer waits before this?

Anyways, keep hashing away and charging that dgm capacitor!
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June 30, 2013, 11:11:59 AM
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*twiddles thumbs*    Low luck lately.   Of course it will all even out in the end.   At 50+ hours, this is probably the longest pool block for a while.  Probably were longer waits before this?
it is the longest in time I think but it's not the longest block in terms of percentage of difficulty. it's currently at 24% luck but previously we've been as low as 12%. Hopefully it won't get that bad. Luck here is defined as difficulty divided by the number of shares. A bad run does indeed suck though!
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June 30, 2013, 11:22:16 AM
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*twiddles thumbs*    Low luck lately.   Of course it will all even out in the end.   At 50+ hours, this is probably the longest pool block for a while.  Probably were longer waits before this?
it is the longest in time I think but it's not the longest block in terms of percentage of difficulty. it's currently at 24% luck but previously we've been as low as 12%. Hopefully it won't get that bad. Luck here is defined as difficulty divided by the number of shares. A bad run does indeed suck though!
Could you change the luck calculation to CDF based algorithm?
I think it is 1 - exp(-roundshares / diff).
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June 30, 2013, 11:39:11 AM
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Could you change the luck calculation to CDF based algorithm?
I think it is 1 - exp(-roundshares / diff).
Sure, I've added it to the front page and the blockstats page.
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June 30, 2013, 12:21:05 PM
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Now would be a good time for block to and many short ones since it looks like power outage at home did something to my miner and it will not turn on and I can't turn it on remotely... And I will not be home for couple of hours... Grrrr...
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June 30, 2013, 12:24:05 PM
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Could you change the luck calculation to CDF based algorithm?
I think it is 1 - exp(-roundshares / diff).
Sure, I've added it to the front page and the blockstats page.

one or two more digits / display in xx.xx % format? just * 100.00 %.
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June 30, 2013, 12:44:54 PM
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one or two more digits / display in xx.xx % format? just * 100.00 %.
No problem, done.
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June 30, 2013, 01:35:29 PM
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57 hours, but worth the wait ')  Now let's just get her out of "pending"! EDIT "paid!"

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June 30, 2013, 01:51:55 PM
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57 hours, but worth the wait ')  Now let's just get her out of "pending"!

You beat me to it! Wink    New longest time:  57:17:34, out of pending and paid.



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June 30, 2013, 02:37:51 PM
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Fuck yeah .2 btc

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