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July 01, 2011, 11:14:25 AM
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When are rewards going to be fixed for everyone that solved blocks on the UK servers?
Missing some 10+ block payments due to those crappy servers  Undecided

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July 01, 2011, 04:52:20 PM
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Does this bother anyone? BTC Guild is proportional am I right? http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=24966.0
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July 01, 2011, 06:29:08 PM
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I've been getting some miner disconnects on a few of my miners for some odd reason. I checked everything from my end and it seems good. Maybe server is not giving enough work? They sit idle for up to 30 minutes sometimes before getting more work from servers. However the majority keep hashing away
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July 01, 2011, 06:46:06 PM
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I've just deployed JoelKatz's latest experimental bitcoind patch on NL2, which makes some major changes to the getwork functions.  If he's correct on his analysis of the problem, this patch could potentially remove the miner idles unless the process actually manages to cap CPU usage on the server.

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July 01, 2011, 06:51:07 PM
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So why doesn't BTCGuild pay out all of your confirmed rewards?  Just another way for this non-fee pool to get a few more "involuntary" donations?  BTW, I already donate 1%.

Example:
Confirmed Rewards: 0.05029424
Hit the Pay Me Now button
Paid out: 0.05
Confirmed Rewards: 0.00029424

Why?  Why not pay me out all of my confirmed rewards?  Granted, we are talking fractions of a BTC here, but still...

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July 01, 2011, 06:52:32 PM
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Thanks el, hopefully that fixes the issue I am having, I'm on NL2 anyways. My 24hr reward has fell significantly due to that issue.
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July 01, 2011, 06:58:18 PM
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So why doesn't BTCGuild pay out all of your confirmed rewards?  Just another way for this non-fee pool to get a few more "involuntary" donations?  BTW, I already donate 1%.

Example:
Confirmed Rewards: 0.05029424
Hit the Pay Me Now button
Paid out: 0.05
Confirmed Rewards: 0.00029424

Why?  Why not pay me out all of my confirmed rewards?  Granted, we are talking fractions of a BTC here, but still...

Full decimal payouts had issues on older bitcoin clients, and it wasn't fixed until 0.3.21 (I believe that was the version, may have been +/- 0.0.1).  The amounts would not show up in your balance, and would often end up being included as transaction fees without your knowledge.

Once Automatic Payouts are implemented (this weekend unless something catastrophic happens with the servers), there will be a setting you can use which will allow full precision payouts.  It will default to 'off' and warn you when enabling that you should be using the most recent bitcoin client if you want to receive all 8 decimals of precision.

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July 01, 2011, 06:59:07 PM
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So why doesn't BTCGuild pay out all of your confirmed rewards?  Just another way for this non-fee pool to get a few more "involuntary" donations?  BTW, I already donate 1%.

Example:
Confirmed Rewards: 0.05029424
Hit the Pay Me Now button
Paid out: 0.05
Confirmed Rewards: 0.00029424

Why?  Why not pay me out all of my confirmed rewards?  Granted, we are talking fractions of a BTC here, but still...

Some people are still running an older version of the client which only supports resolution to 1 bitcent. You don't lose the the confirmed reward, you just have to accumulate at least .01BTC to get payed out.

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July 01, 2011, 07:03:34 PM
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So why doesn't BTCGuild pay out all of your confirmed rewards?  Just another way for this non-fee pool to get a few more "involuntary" donations?  BTW, I already donate 1%.

Example:
Confirmed Rewards: 0.05029424
Hit the Pay Me Now button
Paid out: 0.05
Confirmed Rewards: 0.00029424

Why?  Why not pay me out all of my confirmed rewards?  Granted, we are talking fractions of a BTC here, but still...

Full decimal payouts had issues on older bitcoin clients, and it wasn't fixed until 0.3.21 (I believe that was the version, may have been +/- 0.0.1).  The amounts would not show up in your balance, and would often end up being included as transaction fees without your knowledge.

Once Automatic Payouts are implemented (this weekend unless something catastrophic happens with the servers), there will be a setting you can use which will allow full precision payouts.  It will default to 'off' and warn you when enabling that you should be using the most recent bitcoin client if you want to receive all 8 decimals of precision.

Thank you for the clarification.

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July 01, 2011, 07:08:59 PM
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Some people are still running an older version of the client which only supports resolution to 1 bitcent. You don't lose the the confirmed reward, you just have to accumulate at least .01BTC to get payed out.

I know I didn't lose it as it still shows in my confirmed rewards, but if I can't get it payed out to my client, it's effectively "lost" isn't it?  Sure I can accumulate at least .01BTC again, but then anything above and beyond .01BTC (unless you magically hit right at .01BTC) is again effectively "lost".

It's a moot point though, as eleuthria has stated that BTCGuild will support full precision payouts here very soon.

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July 01, 2011, 07:13:50 PM
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Patch is now live on all servers.

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July 01, 2011, 07:16:01 PM
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Patch is now live on all servers.

> telnet useast.btcguild.com 8332
Trying 68.233.243.147...
telnet: connect to address 68.233.243.147: Operation timed out
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host


other servers appear to be working. fyi
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July 01, 2011, 07:41:39 PM
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Does this bother anyone? BTC Guild is proportional am I right? http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=24966.0

You'd have to have significant hashing power to actually gain anything.  This affects the smaller pools more than anything.  It really shouldn't bother anyone, it is what it is.
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July 01, 2011, 07:44:55 PM
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Any chance of the "You generated x.yy BTC in the last 24 hours." stat being exposed through the API?

Will be added shortly.

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Just wondering if you forgot about this after all the other things that have been going on?
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July 01, 2011, 08:15:41 PM
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Just reverted the change back on servers, bug in the new code was still causing some lockups.  JoelKatz is working on a new patch.  I got trigger happy after the patch seemed to be working for a half hour on NL2 without issues.  Next update will only go live on one server until we've had a few block solves.

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July 01, 2011, 08:28:33 PM
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So why doesn't BTCGuild pay out all of your confirmed rewards?  Just another way for this non-fee pool to get a few more "involuntary" donations?  BTW, I already donate 1%.

Example:
Confirmed Rewards: 0.05029424
Hit the Pay Me Now button
Paid out: 0.05
Confirmed Rewards: 0.00029424

Why?  Why not pay me out all of my confirmed rewards?  Granted, we are talking fractions of a BTC here, but still...

Full decimal payouts had issues on older bitcoin clients, and it wasn't fixed until 0.3.21 (I believe that was the version, may have been +/- 0.0.1).  The amounts would not show up in your balance, and would often end up being included as transaction fees without your knowledge.

Once Automatic Payouts are implemented (this weekend unless something catastrophic happens with the servers), there will be a setting you can use which will allow full precision payouts.  It will default to 'off' and warn you when enabling that you should be using the most recent bitcoin client if you want to receive all 8 decimals of precision.


Woooot automatic payouts. So looking forward to that. hope it gets done this weekend Smiley
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July 01, 2011, 08:35:27 PM
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Hi

website is down...unable to get to it..

Hi
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July 01, 2011, 08:46:22 PM
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Patch is now live on all servers.

I'm up to almost 6% stales on the various servers I point to. (NL2 being the primary with Central/West being backup split 50/50 between all my miners) Can't seem to find one server that is not having this issue. (Disconnects/Stales)

Nothing has changed with my configurations, I was getting <1% stales about 3-4 days ago. I realize there has been growth with the pool, I'm just a little concerned. Going from 3.5+ BTC to less then 2.8 BTC in 24 hrs is starting to hit the old bitcoin wallet. (running 4.8GHash) Especially since we are not due until 4 to 5 days for another difficulty increase.

I know you'll do what you can, thanks for looking into it. I appreciate your time and effort keeping this all running.
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July 01, 2011, 08:55:54 PM
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Patch is now live on all servers.

I'm up to almost 6% stales on the various servers I point to. (NL2 being the primary with Central/West being backup split 50/50 between all my miners) Can't seem to find one server that is not having this issue. (Disconnects/Stales)

Nothing has changed with my configurations, I was getting <1% stales about 3-4 days ago. I realize there has been growth with the pool, I'm just a little concerned. Going from 3.5+ BTC to less then 2.8 BTC in 24 hrs is starting to hit the old bitcoin wallet. (running 4.8GHash) Especially since we are not due until 4 to 5 days for another difficulty increase.

I know you'll do what you can, thanks for looking into it. I appreciate your time and effort keeping this all running.

Idles/stales are not the reason you went from 3.5 to 2.8.  LUCK is.  We were functioning at +10-20% luck for the last two days.  Last 24 hours was -10%

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July 01, 2011, 09:22:36 PM
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Patch is now live on all servers.

I'm up to almost 6% stales on the various servers I point to. (NL2 being the primary with Central/West being backup split 50/50 between all my miners) Can't seem to find one server that is not having this issue. (Disconnects/Stales)

Nothing has changed with my configurations, I was getting <1% stales about 3-4 days ago. I realize there has been growth with the pool, I'm just a little concerned. Going from 3.5+ BTC to less then 2.8 BTC in 24 hrs is starting to hit the old bitcoin wallet. (running 4.8GHash) Especially since we are not due until 4 to 5 days for another difficulty increase.

I know you'll do what you can, thanks for looking into it. I appreciate your time and effort keeping this all running.

Idles/stales are not the reason you went from 3.5 to 2.8.  LUCK is.  We were functioning at +10-20% luck for the last two days.  Last 24 hours was -10%

Ok then, let hope for better days...  Cool
I guess I am confused on how stales effect your payout per block found by the pool. I thought that having less stales would mean that I contributed more, which in turn would result in a greater share of the payout. Also, maybe I am confused on luck too. I was under the impression luck had to do with how fast we "the pool" solved a block. So you are saying that we had -10% luck so we should expect a 10% drop in payout. Please clarify if I am wrong when you have time. I'm sure you are busy fixing stuff and a reply can wait. Thanks again for your continued efforts.

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