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May 09, 2011, 04:47:55 PM
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Awesome pool, Luke.

The only thing I want is the ability to track my solved blocks. ;]
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May 09, 2011, 05:03:59 PM
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The only thing I want is the ability to track my solved blocks. ;]
I don't understand what that means.

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May 09, 2011, 05:19:04 PM
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The only thing I want is the ability to track my solved blocks. ;]
I don't understand what that means.

I want to know how many blocks I have solved for your pool.
Sorry for not making that clear.
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May 09, 2011, 06:13:16 PM
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I was using a CPU miner on work today and sometimes it took about 30 minutes to get a share (I also had 3 minute shares). I was wondering how that would work within the block chain. In the 30 minutes time to complete the share there would already 3 blocks been generated. Would this "share" not be outdated by the time I submitted it back?

I understand how normal mining works, but this pooled mining seems to work different. What am I missing?
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May 09, 2011, 07:43:08 PM
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I just started mining on this pool a day ago with a 6990.

I noticed this in the balance file for my wallet ID:
{"earned":74171106,"paid":158675263,"balance":1425378}

I have indeed been paid $1.58. I'm not quite sure what the earned parameter means however. I thought it would be paid+balance, but it doesn't appear to be.

Also, when Bitcoin says it matures in X more blocks - does that mean it matures when ANYONE creates X more blocks or when the pool does?

Thanks!

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May 09, 2011, 07:55:44 PM
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I was using a CPU miner on work today and sometimes it took about 30 minutes to get a share (I also had 3 minute shares). I was wondering how that would work within the block chain. In the 30 minutes time to complete the share there would already 3 blocks been generated. Would this "share" not be outdated by the time I submitted it back?
I understand how normal mining works, but this pooled mining seems to work different. What am I missing?

If you want to use CPU miner then i recommend deepbit's PPS. coz that will give u for the share u submits.
Not only this pool, many can't ,coz when u find a share with cpu, it may have become stale.

I tried the cpu method yesterday night. But not exactly using cpu, Since slush pool was down & came back online when i was about to go to sleep, i put slush pool mining in -v -w128 -f1 & another miner, i really forgot whether it is pps or luke -v -w127 & no f.
That made slush miner to mine at full speed & another with 1100+ Khash/s
Saw, some ~10 shares accepted & many new block found....
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May 09, 2011, 08:10:53 PM
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Has anyone else been having problems with Eligius lately? I'm getting lots of idle miner warnings and RPC connection errors.
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May 09, 2011, 08:21:07 PM
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Has anyone else been having problems with Eligius lately? I'm getting lots of idle miner warnings and RPC connection errors.
I pointed my miner to Eligius a couple of hours ago, but got way too many idle miner warnings and RPC connection errors. I went back to deepbit after about 30 minutes. No problems there. Maybe I will try Eligius again sometimes later  Huh
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May 09, 2011, 09:19:40 PM
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I want to know how many blocks I have solved for your pool.
Here it is, but please note this is irrelevant data, and tells you nothing about who might or might not have found a block solo-mining.
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mysql> select count(*) as blocks, username from shares where upstream_result='Y' group by username order by blocks, username;
+--------+------------------------------------+
| blocks | username                           |
+--------+------------------------------------+
|      1 | 12N1zD7RDk9FodVJWGu6mm4JxmoPdwZZFw |
|      1 | 14KNFwF8dVoC2r5yyckFTZdfnHAkU4BSxU |
|      1 | 16u6Z8N5zf3GpUwsTApUvMKGw6HZU7h1qd |
|      1 | 17EE2yvRqRk3so48fvk2dtUdBYcB8yMsF8 |
|      1 | 17gvseN698hbmeRKa4NC6LtsJo45oqpF3p |
|      1 | 17MS6qKSXcHwSYf3DFA3rQpXMu6FRHFK1p |
|      1 | 19c8FiddoGnvX7DFXSqLNPTfKtiZ29w6Te |
|      1 | 1C4hgGujvGM9U32r8bhK6XPEwKKmhTSwUY |
|      1 | 1CiWEKiF5J5Xarxu1MMM7YMuZ51xBMs3Bw |
|      1 | 1Dh225PqFhD8eDFzqPoT8j5uhPF2j815Cb |
|      1 | 1DhV9Xf9wfXmngaW2WbjEti8WoRJzrHCC7 |
|      1 | 1DiDC5jb96GR2d5LVsWuSdSB3q5zbns2Bo |
|      1 | 1DYMBjQqcgbaEQ64jVNRDkKSspfqgDXTpa |
|      1 | 1EyB7VhC911SoviLVNKYkodRXEbQgvP7Pb |
|      1 | 1FCuPNz2xAtFV3xnVnMuW3uC4g6xXUngET |
|      1 | 1HA1fNoiFe9D7Kcb7zpA5wY6bbR3FQVn2A |
|      1 | 1HcbN4NTAcUhcXVfgs2KooVhtK6nwUkaog |
|      1 | 1JoSZ1Foc5sXSbmRdTqghgoAtpj9jGZiYa |
|      1 | 1LftD91GtgA8Jicqzp7CsRgFGKesAo4Lrn |
|      1 | 1MmhDAnCKkeJwCbgExnvrL2fk7n1WGM5De |
|      1 | 1NkdAgbMLrcSQZYhXYamg7VBFaUr4Qfk9m |
|      2 | 13CUe6FDXkX7QFwKYCAHeJePZgiuj293Hj |
|      2 | 15xWuDHSyKzpvp6FacGKXijBeaaaYhKWSi |
|      2 | 1GKZ7YBMSquJTwxEuBmvAiuG5dwq3h1CvA |
|      2 | 1QDs3u4NawCmPBfMxWzZARbwjWwEQdTFTd |
|      3 | 1JNuUZmgJ46nFzgM2JeoZiEt2Rn8KpG8zB |
|      3 | 1KoBYhF3uNS5ZvGTd4RNjWc7VbMqQfDwzy |
|      4 | 14rJYeAPkXGDRVeTcEn7czE9xNaU5aRi64 |
+--------+------------------------------------+
28 rows in set (2.77 sec)

Has anyone else been having problems with Eligius lately? I'm getting lots of idle miner warnings and RPC connection errors.
Apparently a lot of people can't use port 8337, and pointed their miners at port 80. Port 80 was an Apache providing reverse-proxy to pushpool. It got overwhelmed pretty fast, due to this and another reason. As a temporary measure, I have added another IP to my server and setup iptables to send its port 80 direct to pushpool. After a couple of restarts of Apache, everyone has been migrated to a direct pushpool connection. However, there is one stubborn fellow who refuses to honour the 60 second TTL on my DNS record. Furthermore, this guy is also keeping 3 active connections at a time! I have used iptables to forward his IP (sjs-130-65-215-206.sjsu.edu) to pushpool always. Which means he can't get stats or BitGit or such. Whoever this is, tell me when you have your system fixed and I'll undo it...


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May 09, 2011, 11:05:28 PM
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Luke-Jr,

I like your latests stats (especially because my worker found a block). Is it possible to make this data available on your server, updated whenever the pool found a block?

Cheers!
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May 09, 2011, 11:40:31 PM
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Updated http://coin-control.appspot.com/ to make it include a form to enter your address, and show pool hash rate.

Use Eligius? Want to see your stats? Head over to coin-control.appspot.com
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May 10, 2011, 03:14:21 AM
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Anyone else having connection/idle issues?

EDIT: Working now.
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May 10, 2011, 03:49:32 AM
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Im still having some serious connection/stability issues Sad

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May 10, 2011, 04:44:19 AM
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I deployed an update tonight to finally solve (correctly) the malfunction last week where the pool neglected to pay miners... but apparently didn't test it well enough before making it live. When caching was enabled, it slowed down the merkle chain step by almost a minute, causing some intermittent connectivity issues. I noticed MySQL was bottlenecking, so began by trying to investigate how to optimize that, assuming it was growing pains (we reached over 50 GH/s today for the first time). What was really happening is that with the caching enabled, it was dividing the next block among all shares ever, rather than just since the last block. And once again, we had the worst timing possible to find the next block: it got distributed that way before I realized the full extent of the problem. This means the pool paid a total of 13 BTC to the wrong addresses. Since these 13 BTC actually went to other people, I can't just sendmany and correct like last time (other than out of my own pocket). I am therefore asking each of you who received excess payment to either continue (or begin) mining on the pool at least until the overpayment is paid off, or to make other arrangements with me to send the overpayment to the correct owners. Thanks, and apologizes to all who were underpaid-- I will make sure you get reimbursed eventually, even if I end up having to take it out of my own wallet.

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1jT8tyQe4p1vF9TZ8zsxzsj2L3aehvF1v  has -318471388
1QDs3u4NawCmPBfMxWzZARbwjWwEQdTFTd has -242472392
1HcbN4NTAcUhcXVfgs2KooVhtK6nwUkaog has -190497286
1NJiq6mPGWaEQUFwcnAWBjVAJES5UZLeQp has -175717391
16u6Z8N5zf3GpUwsTApUvMKGw6HZU7h1qd has -168407626
15syQPo3NadEtD4UVv34ixjkZvztCHCcX1 has  -68829181
19uXX5nHK9hYQqvEYUi1tBGieLqYB5aSN4 has  -60526821
17MS6qKSXcHwSYf3DFA3rQpXMu6FRHFK1p has  -51500474
1EofMsPEsmzFgPAqHpq8HatjgM8YEMuiFU has  -16040960
1MESTRPJgLuhCouwEma4E2kA3nmaT3x8yN has   -5488747
1L5g76dpbFpuaK2HVdfCL1JXzbvi4YA27V has    -875429
1LgfGCf1mDpjhyYB48S18VnGkkqVBvG4Sz has     -97557
17rrS4xi7GqHXsjgGzfYcG9GDqVVJbzvBK has     -83545
15PPqZNQqPA5G9hCbESR4HToXGaJw5P8Au has     -27164
1Cpd6Ebwup1qtzFZjxApQWoQ6LUxasTzc2 has     -25834
15bnv7rFW7NsfPMGhKbiTCf83PKxiqcagH has     -20373
1LKFqkGCLiRQaTfJCM9aANwEHFquKagFVj has     -15952
12uvgefc7XwzzRprAepbdAnu97GRh7qYuP has     -10739
1DpQMqnJx2YLBLTjECAePbkRMqGeQW1SEJ has      -2961
1JgEApHv5euFBML2qre7qekzxzQsEurxu4 has       -683
1286dneatem2UScXtRiwM6ncF2CA6AEQ5t has        -30

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May 10, 2011, 05:53:00 AM
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Hello Luke, I like your effort and I'm joining your pool, I was using deepbit before.

Please keep up the good work, I don't really like to idea to give too much power to just one pool ;-)

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May 10, 2011, 06:37:04 AM
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Updated http://coin-control.appspot.com/ to make it include a form to enter your address, and show pool hash rate.

Ha. So due to a screwup earlier, about 100MH/s of my capacity was offline.  Since it wasn't much, I probably wouldn't have noticed until tomorrow morning but I happened to load your page and saw that the MH/s rate looked a little lower than expected. 

I just sent you 0.21 BTC, the expected BTC return from 8 hours of 100MH/s. I at least owed you that much. Thanks!
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May 10, 2011, 08:02:50 AM
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upstream_result='Y' group by username order by blocks, username;
+--------+------------------------------------+
| blocks | username                           |
+--------+------------------------------------+


LoL, my damn personal Asus 5870 is cursed- no blocks for 10 days vs. 5770 - 1 block, I had same results in solo Cheesy 1 block vs. 4 blocks

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May 10, 2011, 08:41:49 AM
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Listener for "EL 5850": 08/05/2011 09:52:45, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "EL 5850": 08/05/2011 10:05:41, warning: job finished, miner is idle

Are you now also under ddos luke-jr?
Hope not. I saw the "miner is idle" a lot when I had very congested (busy) bandwidth. Then I configured my router to prioritize port 8337. No problems since then...

Luke I'm not sure if this has been asked (I read the whole thread and I think not), but what type of connection is the server using? Are you hosting this pool on some pc behind a ADSL/Cable router? My main concern here is the reliability of your setup. As cool as your pool idea may be it won't mean much if it's down a lot.


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May 10, 2011, 09:17:25 AM
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I switched from Deepbit a couple days ago to give this a try. Liking it a lot so far. I'm currently putting out about 400 Mhash/s and already have some coins about to mature in my wallet.

Bitcoin Auction House http://www.BitBid.net BTC - 1EwfBVC6BwA6YeqcYZmm3htwykK3MStW6N | LTC - LdBpJJHj4WSAsUqaTbwyJQFiG1tVjo4Uys Don't get Goxed.
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May 10, 2011, 01:42:28 PM
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Luke I'm not sure if this has been asked (I read the whole thread and I think not), but what type of connection is the server using? Are you hosting this pool on some pc behind a ADSL/Cable router? My main concern here is the reliability of your setup. As cool as your pool idea may be it won't mean much if it's down a lot.
I run Lightfoot Hosting, and have my personal webpage on one of my VPS. Currently, Eligius (and BitGit) run on that same VPS.

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