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May 16, 2012, 10:11:23 AM
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Aww, you just made my litecoin node useless. Ah well, I'll leave it running anyway.
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May 16, 2012, 11:41:48 AM
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Litecoin p2pool server is open for business.

Point Litecoin miner at p2pmining.com:9327

There is no changing share difficulty with this pool.

I'm getting massive rejects because of communication problems.  cgminer says it can't get through, so it caches them.  When it can get through, they are all rejected.  Then it complains about longpolls failing on p2pmining.com:9332.  I had a typo on the backup for my main miner, so I've been getting 75% rejects.  My 2nd miner properly switched to my local backup pool.

I didn't change anything, but I have to switch to my local pool.

Dunno what's up. Sad

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May 16, 2012, 02:51:12 PM
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I'm getting massive rejects because of communication problems.  cgminer says it can't get through, so it caches them.  When it can get through, they are all rejected.  Then it complains about longpolls failing on p2pmining.com:9332.  I had a typo on the backup for my main miner, so I've been getting 75% rejects.  My 2nd miner properly switched to my local backup pool.

I didn't change anything, but I have to switch to my local pool.

Dunno what's up. Sad

Now it's working fine again.  There's some sort of weird communications problem going on.  Now that I have my backup properly configured for my main miner, it'll automatically switch to mine if/when things go sour reaching p2pmining.com.

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May 16, 2012, 09:33:19 PM
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Now it's working fine again.  There's some sort of weird communications problem going on.  Now that I have my backup properly configured for my main miner, it'll automatically switch to mine if/when things go sour reaching p2pmining.com.

As of now, about 900m/h of my mining is routing locally because the server isn't responding fast enough.

Anyone else having this issue?

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May 16, 2012, 10:34:10 PM
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Now it's working fine again.  There's some sort of weird communications problem going on.  Now that I have my backup properly configured for my main miner, it'll automatically switch to mine if/when things go sour reaching p2pmining.com.

As of now, about 900m/h of my mining is routing locally because the server isn't responding fast enough.

Anyone else having this issue?

I was having similar issues but now that students are leaving/have left campus, I've gone from 10-20% stales to 3%.... I suspect a congested network really hampers P2Pool.

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May 16, 2012, 10:48:21 PM
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Now it's working fine again.  There's some sort of weird communications problem going on.  Now that I have my backup properly configured for my main miner, it'll automatically switch to mine if/when things go sour reaching p2pmining.com.

As of now, about 900m/h of my mining is routing locally because the server isn't responding fast enough.

Anyone else having this issue?

I was having similar issues but now that students are leaving/have left campus, I've gone from 10-20% stales to 3%.... I suspect a congested network really hampers P2Pool.

Yes, a congested network could kill your mining...
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May 16, 2012, 11:56:38 PM
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Anyone else having this issue?

I was having similar issues but now that students are leaving/have left campus, I've gone from 10-20% stales to 3%.... I suspect a congested network really hampers P2Pool.

It would.  My network is me and my wife.  No campus, no work network, just us and our DSL line!  If it was a congestion problem, wouldn't my local p2pool have a problem too?

Regardless, any suggestions on how to remedy this, assuming I can't fix the comm problem?  Could I do something like make the work size larger so it doesn't have to communicate as much?

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May 17, 2012, 12:38:14 AM
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What is the LTC payout set at?
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May 17, 2012, 01:16:23 AM
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I've had such difficulities getting p2pmining to have a stale rate less than 20%. Bah. But I'm holding on to figure it out. On cgminer 2.4.1, it says that all of my config file isn't loaded and to start it with -T. I don't use command line, I edit the .conf by hand so does anyone know how I would do that?

On a side note, now time to try out the new Litecoin Pool.

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May 17, 2012, 01:25:33 AM
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I've had such difficulities getting p2pmining to have a stale rate less than 20%. Bah. But I'm holding on to figure it out. On cgminer 2.4.1, it says that all of my config file isn't loaded and to start it with -T. I don't use command line, I edit the .conf by hand so does anyone know how I would do that?

cgminer has given me grief too.  it started complaining about my .conf file, and I couldn't see anything wrong with it.  compared it with a previously good one, and they were identical (visually at least).  so I started using it with command line, such telling it to write to a config file puts in all sorts of stuff that I don't want, which is probably how the config file gets messed up.

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On a side note, now time to try out the new Litecoin Pool.

I'm confused why anyone would want to use Litecoin.  It seems to be a worthless currency, and it uses CPU time, a lot of it at that, to generate them.  Why bother and use the extra electricity and heat?

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May 17, 2012, 01:28:55 AM
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I'm confused why anyone would want to use Litecoin.  It seems to be a worthless currency, and it uses CPU time, a lot of it at that, to generate them.  Why bother and use the extra electricity and heat?

For one thing, my GPU mining is so slow that at 10–20 Mh/s I actually gain more mining litecoin via my decent CPU then exchanging for bitcoin than I would using both the CPU and GPU to mine Bitcoin only. Wink

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May 17, 2012, 01:42:22 AM
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On a side note, now time to try out the new Litecoin Pool.

I'm confused why anyone would want to use Litecoin.  It seems to be a worthless currency, and it uses CPU time, a lot of it at that, to generate them.  Why bother and use the extra electricity and heat?

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Its more profitable to mine with a CPU then bitcoin is. Plus I don't pay for electricity, so I'm just putting my CPU to good use. I make an extra few cents a day. Smiley
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May 17, 2012, 04:23:47 AM
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Thanks for the Subsidy  Grin

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May 17, 2012, 04:34:07 AM
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Well, I was starting to give p2pmining a tryout with one of my miners, but hit a snag.

I never have payouts come to my wallet, instead redirecting them all to my exchange deposit addresses, so I can't sign to set up the alt-coin addys.

Would it be feasable to add a BTC section on the 'register merged mining' screen so I could use my own addy with my miner, which I can sign with, but have the BTC sent to the other addy similar to how the alt-chains get sent to their own addy's?

Otherwise, I'll just have to give up on my tryout Sad

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May 17, 2012, 04:55:14 AM
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Well, I was starting to give p2pmining a tryout with one of my miners, but hit a snag.

I never have payouts come to my wallet, instead redirecting them all to my exchange deposit addresses, so I can't sign to set up the alt-coin addys.

Would it be feasable to add a BTC section on the 'register merged mining' screen so I could use my own addy with my miner, which I can sign with, but have the BTC sent to the other addy similar to how the alt-chains get sent to their own addy's?

Otherwise, I'll just have to give up on my tryout Sad

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Payouts are after .50 BTC that are confirmed.

I don't think they could add the changes because someone could change the BTC address for everyone on the pool.

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May 17, 2012, 05:09:36 AM
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Payouts are after .50 BTC that are confirmed.

I don't think they could add the changes because someone could change the BTC address for everyone on the pool.
Then what would be the purpose of signing them in the first place?

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May 17, 2012, 05:32:57 AM
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the purpose of signing was to prevent people from changing the address and adding there own or adding a address when there was not one.

It would be nice to have worker threads to keep track of rigs.  Grin

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May 17, 2012, 05:43:10 AM
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the purpose of signing was to prevent people from changing the address and adding there own or adding a address when there was not one.

It would be nice to have worker threads to keep track of rigs.  Grin
And how does my suggestion, not prevent someone from changing the deliver-to BTC addy?

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May 17, 2012, 06:01:21 AM
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you have to just sign with the first btc address to change it.
 I guess if you have 50 rigs its easier to change the receive address then go to every rig and change it.

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May 17, 2012, 06:04:45 AM
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you have to just sign with the first btc address to change it.
 I guess if you have 50 rigs its easier to change the receive address then go to every rig and change it.

Um, yeah, ok... since you apparently, didn't fully read and comprehend my suggestion I'm just going to head to bed.

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