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May 18, 2011, 08:09:31 PM
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Here's an overview of donations to the pool in case anyone's interested: http://bitpoll.dyndns.org/?poll=2

(I recently joined the pool and was looking for a website :-), well, I donated a little.

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May 18, 2011, 08:27:01 PM
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Here's an overview of donations to the pool in case anyone's interested: http://bitpoll.dyndns.org/?poll=2
That's neat. Would be cool to show it on the main site... maybe a script to append it to bitcoin: URI text?

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May 18, 2011, 08:52:03 PM
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Here's an overview of donations to the pool in case anyone's interested: http://bitpoll.dyndns.org/?poll=2
That's neat. Would be cool to show it on the main site... maybe a script to append it to bitcoin: URI text?
Been thinking about how I could best facilitate so people can put a snippet on their pages. Is that what you mean?

I think I don't quite understand "a script to append it to bitcoin: URI text".

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May 18, 2011, 09:26:20 PM
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Here's an overview of donations to the pool in case anyone's interested: http://bitpoll.dyndns.org/?poll=2
That's neat. Would be cool to show it on the main site... maybe a script to append it to bitcoin: URI text?
Been thinking about how I could best facilitate so people can put a snippet on their pages. Is that what you mean?

I think I don't quite understand "a script to append it to bitcoin: URI text".
Well, the webpages will have <a href="bitcoin:someaddress">someaddress or other text</a>, and a script could find those elements and append " (n BTC so far)" or similar to the text of the link. Or maybe it's better to configure it per-link and have a class="showbalance"

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May 19, 2011, 05:28:31 AM
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http://eligius.st now has a community wiki.

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May 19, 2011, 01:29:42 PM
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I'm getting a lot of stale shares.  Is this normal for Eligius?  Are rejected blocks bad?

I crunched last night and got about 22 accepted and 115 rejected.  On deepbit, I've got 12 accepted, 0 rejected.

I'd really like to support one of the smaller pools, but having a reject rate of 5/1 sounds really bad (is it?).  I've nearly got the same number of accepted blocks in 1 hour from deepbit that I had all last night from Eligius.

Any ideas on how to solve this?  Do I even need to solve this?
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May 19, 2011, 04:36:15 PM
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I'm getting a lot of stale shares.  Is this normal for Eligius?  Are rejected blocks bad?
This suggests a problem on your miner. What address?

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May 19, 2011, 06:46:30 PM
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Just joined the mining at Eligius EU server. Seems to work really well, no problems on my end. I'm crunching numbers 77 mhash/s. Approximately 1/30 shares are stale for me, is that ratio ok?

I've only done 30 shares so far so that ratio might be inaccurate due to small sample size, but anyway...

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May 19, 2011, 07:59:31 PM
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I too have had quite a low efficiency when mining on this pool.

I've got a variety of systems contributing, some of them are Windows and some of them are OSX. It seems that all of the OSX systems have horrid efficiency, while all of the Windows ones are working great.

The OSX systems are running poclbm-mod.py. Here is what I see:
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19/05/2011 13:04:40, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:11:09, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:40:32, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:05:17, d6abb7d2, invalid or stale at 21% of getwork[73]           
19/05/2011 14:06:43, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:33:20, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 15:07:23, long poll: new block
Another OSX system sees this:
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19/05/2011 12:09:16, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:13:50, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:18:19, 371825f1, invalid or stale at 21% of getwork[83]           
19/05/2011 12:29:27, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:33:52, fafb858a, accepted at  8% of getwork[85]                   
19/05/2011 12:42:10, d9b20eb9, invalid or stale at 57% of getwork[85]           
19/05/2011 12:42:27, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:51:31, b65eaae6, invalid or stale at 16% of getwork[87]           
19/05/2011 13:04:40, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:11:09, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:29:36, 840c5e4b, accepted at  2% of getwork[92]                   
19/05/2011 13:37:54, 4faa183e, invalid or stale at 49% of getwork[92]           
19/05/2011 13:40:32, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:59:25, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:20:28, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:33:20, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:50:47, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:58:32, a469581e, invalid or stale at 12% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:01:41, ef8738d0, invalid or stale at 30% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:03:36, 8dd2b234, invalid or stale at 41% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:06:44, 20c65cb2, invalid or stale at 58% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:07:22, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 15:29:01, long poll: new block 
I've never seen efficiency higher than 5% so far.
In all OSX examples I am using the following command line to launch the miners:
python poclbm-mod.py --user=1PC5hWLgpmLZie7Mqvt2GiU5zrSQkzWVJP --pass=blahblah -o pool.bitcoin.dashjr.org -p 8337 -d 0

Are the above symptoms a result of a mistake on my part? Or is it something beyond my control?
For reference my bitcoin address is 1PC5hWLgpmLZie7Mqvt2GiU5zrSQkzWVJP.

Thanks for any help,

--TE

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May 19, 2011, 10:24:09 PM
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I'm getting a lot of stale shares.  Is this normal for Eligius?  Are rejected blocks bad?
This suggests a problem on your miner. What address?


I don't know what you mean by "what address".  If you mean my receiving address, it's: 1MX12iNFncGnuxja4xpwSF66Zx6xcA5hmY

I'm located in Michigan, USA.  My internet is pretty stable and good there.  There were no known problems last night.

I'm using phoenix with the following settings:
phoenix -u http://<myuser>:<mypass>@deepbit.net:8332/ -k poclbm DEVICE=0 BFI_INT AGGRESSION=5 WORKSIZE=128
phoenix -u http://1MX12iNFncGnuxja4xpwSF66Zx6xcA5hmY:@pool.bitcoin.dashjr.org:8337/ -k poclbm DEVICE=0 BFI_INT AGGRESSION=5 WORKSIZE=128
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May 19, 2011, 11:12:59 PM
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I too have had quite a low efficiency when mining on this pool.

I've got a variety of systems contributing, some of them are Windows and some of them are OSX. It seems that all of the OSX systems have horrid efficiency, while all of the Windows ones are working great.

The OSX systems are running poclbm-mod.py. Here is what I see:
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19/05/2011 13:04:40, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:11:09, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:40:32, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:05:17, d6abb7d2, invalid or stale at 21% of getwork[73]           
19/05/2011 14:06:43, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:33:20, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 15:07:23, long poll: new block
Another OSX system sees this:
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19/05/2011 12:09:16, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:13:50, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:18:19, 371825f1, invalid or stale at 21% of getwork[83]           
19/05/2011 12:29:27, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:33:52, fafb858a, accepted at  8% of getwork[85]                   
19/05/2011 12:42:10, d9b20eb9, invalid or stale at 57% of getwork[85]           
19/05/2011 12:42:27, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 12:51:31, b65eaae6, invalid or stale at 16% of getwork[87]           
19/05/2011 13:04:40, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:11:09, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:29:36, 840c5e4b, accepted at  2% of getwork[92]                   
19/05/2011 13:37:54, 4faa183e, invalid or stale at 49% of getwork[92]           
19/05/2011 13:40:32, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 13:59:25, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:20:28, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:33:20, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:50:47, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 14:58:32, a469581e, invalid or stale at 12% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:01:41, ef8738d0, invalid or stale at 30% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:03:36, 8dd2b234, invalid or stale at 41% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:06:44, 20c65cb2, invalid or stale at 58% of getwork[103]         
19/05/2011 15:07:22, long poll: new block                                       
19/05/2011 15:29:01, long poll: new block 
I've never seen efficiency higher than 5% so far.
In all OSX examples I am using the following command line to launch the miners:
python poclbm-mod.py --user=1PC5hWLgpmLZie7Mqvt2GiU5zrSQkzWVJP --pass=blahblah -o pool.bitcoin.dashjr.org -p 8337 -d 0

Are the above symptoms a result of a mistake on my part? Or is it something beyond my control?
For reference my bitcoin address is 1PC5hWLgpmLZie7Mqvt2GiU5zrSQkzWVJP.

Thanks for any help,

--TE

I'm running Windows 7 with a Quadro FX 3700M Video card (in a M6400 Dell Laptop), so my invalid or stale blocks aren't due to Linux or OSX...
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May 20, 2011, 09:17:58 AM
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Hey all,

Has the EU server gone down or is it just the stats page which isnt updating?

Saying ive only submitted 17 shares! but the graph ratio seems to be going up?

http://eligius.st/~artefact2/eu/15sE1b7Y6rLMBwwyBLGwSBTQzvB8csUfrX.htm

EDIT: It has gone slightly up now however im giving 800mh/s not 50 - is it just the graph and info thats wrong, id hate to only get a tiny share if we find a block Smiley


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May 20, 2011, 10:28:06 AM
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Looks like the US pool is down.  All of my miners died with a failed HTTP request, and the pool's current hashrate is showing as 0.0.

So much for my experiment with this pool that I started yesterday.  Back to deepbit, I guess.
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May 20, 2011, 11:17:32 AM
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luke-jr, I remember you talking about making a pool with direct payout transactions directly in the mined blocks.

I loved the idea, and it's great to see "Generated (1.10078153 matures in 9 blocks)" in bitcoin client.

Congratulations on actually doing this, it's awesome!

Now if I could just find the address for the european server (couldn't find this in wiki), I'd point all miners (2) there. Maybe you could put that in the wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Eligius ?

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May 20, 2011, 11:42:06 AM
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Is the US server down? I can only connect to the EU one.

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May 20, 2011, 12:54:15 PM
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Yes it is, there is a message on the stats page :

http://eligius.st/~artefact2/

However, even the eu one is saying i have submitted 0 shares in the past three hours, when im running at 800mh/s so i dont know if its the graph, server, or something else?

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May 20, 2011, 01:13:46 PM
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My balance is showing OK on the EU page. I have .9 BTC on the US server so I would like to at least get to the payment threshold on that sometime. Tongue

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May 20, 2011, 01:54:38 PM
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Restarted the US server... apparently my watchdog didn't trigger last night Sad
I might need to setup a testnet pool to do some pushpool debugging or something

1MX12iNFncGnuxja4xpwSF66Zx6xcA5hmY is getting a lot of work-not-in-log. Could you try regular poclbm from git and let me know if that has better results? Perhaps also try eu.mining.eligius.st?

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May 20, 2011, 03:00:14 PM
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Not me that Luke, but id just like to say thanks for a wonderfull pool and all the effort you are and have put in so far.

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May 20, 2011, 04:13:08 PM
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That pool had a lot of problems and downtime but I find it the best anyway, I just switched to the EU server and everything worked fine today, thanks Luke for your work!

On the technical side I would like to understand what happens when the various services stop working: what goes wrong that get fixed on restarting them?

EDIT: Err... as soon as I posted the pool went down! AAaaargh :-D Luuuukeeee! Smiley

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