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Author Topic: [~1000 GH/sec] BTC Guild - 0% Fee Pool, LP, SSL, Full Precision, and More  (Read 358597 times)
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July 13, 2011, 09:59:03 AM
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anywhere i am not seeing that you can tell if you have solved a block or not? not that it matters but just nice to know for personal satisfaction lol

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July 13, 2011, 11:15:47 AM
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Hrm getting

Payout Request

Your request did not contain a valid security token. Please try again.

Tried logging out and in again and still the same.

Something gone sideways with the server right now?
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July 13, 2011, 12:55:35 PM
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Sometimes I have to click payout more than once after logging back in...

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July 13, 2011, 12:56:08 PM
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Hrm getting

Payout Request

Your request did not contain a valid security token. Please try again.

Tried logging out and in again and still the same.

Something gone sideways with the server right now?

Clear your cache.  The security token is a cross site form request exploit prevention to prohibit a malicious site from tricking you into requesting payouts, changing wallets, emails, or passwords.

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July 13, 2011, 02:04:25 PM
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ALERT: the wallet address associated with my account recently changed without my input, and now my confirmed rewards are 0.  (Previously they were 0.04 btc).  Not a huge amount of coin, but still...

Here is the offending wallet address: 14WosrXn3jMZ5frLbxgs4URCRvvfLYQBMq.  I just changed it back to my real address, and I've updated my password, too.

(I guess someone finally cracked my Mt Gox password.  I thought it was relatively secure, but perhaps not.  Boo!)
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July 13, 2011, 02:07:50 PM
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ALERT: the wallet address associated with my account recently changed without my input, and now my confirmed rewards are 0.  (Previously they were 0.04 btc).  Not a huge amount of coin, but still...

Here is the offending wallet address: 14WosrXn3jMZ5frLbxgs4URCRvvfLYQBMq.  I just changed it back to my real address, and I've updated my password, too.

(I guess someone finally cracked my Mt Gox password.  I thought it was relatively secure, but perhaps not.  Boo!)

This is why I had that notice on the site header for almost a full week after the leak.  If you used the same password: CHANGE IT!  If you were using the same password on multiple sites, odds are it wasn't as secure as you think (unless it was something you had to copy/paste...but thats a whole other discussion about poor password security).

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July 13, 2011, 03:17:50 PM
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What happened with the EU servers of BTCGuild?
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July 13, 2011, 03:23:25 PM
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I guess someone finally cracked my Mt Gox password.  I thought it was relatively secure, but perhaps not.  Boo!
Everyone should be using a different password for every website. Period.

But it's so hard to remember all those passwords.

Then don't. Use a Password Card:

https://www.passwordcard.org/en

A password card is a randomly generated, card of characters that can be used for passwords.
It looks like this:





The password card is something that you can print out and keep next to your computer, or on your person so you can use it to keep track of all the passwords for all of your web sites.

Use it like a crossword puzzle. Just pick a character to start and continue for 8 or more characters. All you have to remember is what row or column you started with and the card takes care of the rest.
For example, I can start with the Smiley character and go from top to bottom for my online bank password. The password it created, "v9PQHCvm" is strong, 8 characters and includes uppercase, lowercase and numbers.
Next I can use the Heart symbol and start with the cyan colored row (row 8 ) and go across until I each 8 characters... or 10, or more. As long as I remember heart/cyan, I will always have the password.
As you can see the possible combinations of passwords on one card are huge.

When you load up the password card web site, it generates one for you. Click the Reset button if you want a new card randomly generated. There is also an option to include special characters to make your passwords even stronger.

Now there is no longer an excuse. Separate passwords for every website!
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July 13, 2011, 05:47:48 PM
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ok,  thats it.  I'm donating 5% for a while.   

Thanks again. 
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speaking of donation.  it would be very kool to see the list of top x donate rs.  I am usually between 25th - 75th  top  shares, but many above me do not donate anything.  I would love to see the top 10 donations per block.  Especially since I have not actually found a block yet.  (glad I did not go solo, avg about 4G for a month with no block!)


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July 13, 2011, 06:01:38 PM
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ok,  thats it.  I'm donating 5% for a while.   

Thanks again. 
Jiim


speaking of donation.  it would be very kool to see the list of top x donate rs.  I am usually between 25th - 75th  top  shares, but many above me do not donate anything.  I would love to see the top 10 donations per block.  Especially since I have not actually found a block yet.  (glad I did not go solo, avg about 4G for a month with no block!)



With how smooth things have been going today, I may squeeze in a little time to get the Hall of Fame back in, with Top 100 Donators and Top 100 Block Finders.

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July 13, 2011, 06:14:19 PM
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Still having some disconnects from time to time, but the stales have decreased by a LOT. Thanks for your work, it does not go unnoticed.
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July 13, 2011, 06:16:53 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

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July 13, 2011, 06:35:01 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

All clear up to the two entries listed below.

   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
11.7% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com





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July 13, 2011, 07:23:21 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

All clear up to the two entries listed below.

   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
11.7% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com






What address were you tracing and using to measure the packet loss.  I need something concrete to send to my host to figure out where this issue is coming from.  Servers are showing NONE of the usual idle signs.

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July 13, 2011, 07:26:07 PM
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I am thinking about trying out this pool in hopes of replacing my main pool (deepbit) due to deepbit's ddos issues and recently banning ufasoft's miner. I have caught myself up with this thread and noticed that the USWEST server is new. I live in the central US but obviously pings all over the US don't really vary by much. Is there any real difference between the west server and the central server to the end user? Less stales on one or the other? I am bringing a new rig online tonight that should kick me over 1GH/s so I guess I could run both mines for a while to test, but what are your thoughts? (sorry for rambling)

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July 13, 2011, 07:48:02 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

All clear up to the two entries listed below.

   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
12.2% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com









   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
11.7% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com
99.2% packet loss @ 69.42.216.173

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July 13, 2011, 07:49:48 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

All clear up to the two entries listed below.

   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
11.7% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com






What address were you tracing and using to measure the packet loss.  I need something concrete to send to my host to figure out where this issue is coming from.  Servers are showing NONE of the usual idle signs.

mtr uswest.btcguild.com aka 69.42.216.173

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July 13, 2011, 08:03:58 PM
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US West just had a bit of packet loss resulting in some idles/disconnects.  At this time I can't say if it was the server or the ISP having the issue.  Absolutely nothing unusual on any of the pushpools or pfsense.

All clear up to the two entries listed below.

   .2% packet loss @ aliix-gw.ip4.tinet.net
11.7% packet loss @ aliix.10ge5-1.cr1.lax3.awknet.com


What address were you tracing and using to measure the packet loss.  I need something concrete to send to my host to figure out where this issue is coming from.  Servers are showing NONE of the usual idle signs.

mtr uswest.btcguild.com aka 69.42.216.173

Seems to be better now.

Only packet loss for me now is .9% @ 69.42.216.173

EDIT: Now zero packet loss all the way down.

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July 13, 2011, 08:07:09 PM
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Is there any real difference between the west server and the central server to the end user?  I guess I could run both mines for a while to test, but what are your thoughts?
If you can test both, then mine at both for a 24 hour period and see what works best for you. But if you want me to pick one for you, I say mine on... <flips coin> us central.
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July 13, 2011, 08:10:44 PM
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I am thinking about trying out this pool in hopes of replacing my main pool (deepbit) due to deepbit's ddos issues and recently banning ufasoft's miner. I have caught myself up with this thread and noticed that the USWEST server is new. I live in the central US but obviously pings all over the US don't really vary by much. Is there any real difference between the west server and the central server to the end user? Less stales on one or the other? I am bringing a new rig online tonight that should kick me over 1GH/s so I guess I could run both mines for a while to test, but what are your thoughts? (sorry for rambling)
It will not really matter. Plus within the next couple of weeks there will be a server just like the West one for Central/East. I use the latest version of diablo miner and I connect to both US East and West just in case one has some obscure problem.
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