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Author Topic: [~1000 GH/sec] BTC Guild - 0% Fee Pool, LP, SSL, Full Precision, and More  (Read 358708 times)
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June 05, 2011, 05:08:41 AM
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June 05, 2011, 05:09:29 AM
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And who the heck is user 2631??

Seriously... ~6.5BTC every block...that's like over 50Gh/s...

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June 05, 2011, 05:29:37 AM
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And who the heck is user 2631??

Seriously... ~6.5BTC every block...that's like over 50Gh/s...

ArtForz?

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June 05, 2011, 06:09:12 AM
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And who the heck is user 2631??

Seriously... ~6.5BTC every block...that's like over 50Gh/s...

Somebody NOT using GPUs to mine.

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June 05, 2011, 06:14:30 AM
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And who the heck is user 2631??

Seriously... ~6.5BTC every block...that's like over 50Gh/s...

Somebody NOT using GPUs to mine.

AMD?  Huh

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June 05, 2011, 08:58:08 AM
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Both the frequency and severity of the idles had decreased significantly over the last hour, but they are still poking around once in a while.  At 650 GH/sec+, it's becoming quite obvious that a single server is not only a liability, but a handicap.

I'm now working on setting up another server, and tying the two together so that stats, login credentials, and block allocations are properly split between them.  This one will probably still be in the US, but I'll be looking for one on the east coast to compliment our current Los Angeles server.  Once setup, I will include instructions on the website for pointing your miners towards the closer server if you are inclined to do so.

Thanks I'd like to come back to your pool, but I can't because of so many idle miners, my profits will be less.

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June 05, 2011, 09:35:49 AM
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So instead of people not being able to mine fast enough, the issue is the pool not keeping up. XD

Really hope the second server works for you

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June 05, 2011, 01:00:58 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

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June 05, 2011, 01:07:08 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

That temperature is fine for chips. Worry when it gets to 80C+ (even then it'll probably be fine). Some cards idle at like 60+

Hardware will stop itself from overheating - either by drawing less power and slowing down / increasing fan speed - or turning off the computer alltogether.

Fatigue happens if the the hardware expands and contracts a lot (increase/decrease in temperature).

I imagine going between 40 - 70C wouldn't be much of a problem tbh, though I'm not an expert.
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June 05, 2011, 01:19:38 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

should be fine, Ive been mining for over a week 100% on my 5870. These cards are tested for way longer and for much higher fan speeds, i.e. 150-200%

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June 05, 2011, 01:54:06 PM
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Both the frequency and severity of the idles had decreased significantly over the last hour, but they are still poking around once in a while.  At 650 GH/sec+, it's becoming quite obvious that a single server is not only a liability, but a handicap.

I'm now working on setting up another server, and tying the two together so that stats, login credentials, and block allocations are properly split between them.  This one will probably still be in the US, but I'll be looking for one on the east coast to compliment our current Los Angeles server.  Once setup, I will include instructions on the website for pointing your miners towards the closer server if you are inclined to do so.

The issue is getting worse. In the past 5 minutes, around 45% of my hashes are getting miner idle. I've already forwarded port 8332 so I don't think that's the problem.

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June 05, 2011, 02:18:07 PM
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June 05, 2011, 02:30:49 PM
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I'm also having problems with phoenix sending stale shares after LP pushes new work. What's up with that?

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June 05, 2011, 03:27:34 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

It seems Phoenix will continue to process stale work if new work is not available and old work still is.  My stale rate went up massively overnight compared to when I was mining on deepbit.  One miner was nearly 9%.  One of my machines runs poclbm and the many of the idles were too short to cause the CPU usage and temperature to drop, but not all ... in fact, there were enough that there was always one showing on my graph in MSI Afterburner.  I had to ditch the pool until this is correct as my hardware is too important to fatigue it unnecessarily.

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June 05, 2011, 03:32:51 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

That temperature is fine for chips. Worry when it gets to 80C+ (even then it'll probably be fine). Some cards idle at like 60+

Hardware will stop itself from overheating - either by drawing less power and slowing down / increasing fan speed - or turning off the computer alltogether.

Fatigue happens if the the hardware expands and contracts a lot (increase/decrease in temperature).

I imagine going between 40 - 70C wouldn't be much of a problem tbh, though I'm not an expert.

Temperature cycling is NOT fine for anything.  It causes "fatigue" wear.  Any 3rd year mechanical, civil or aerospace engineer or materials science major will know this without thinking 1 second about it.  Since there are MANY MANY parts in a board and only one needs to fail to kill it, fatigue is a nightmare for them.  Mining is not the norm for a gaming card ... gaming is.  Gaming runs at whatever is required while you are playing and then goes back to typical idle when finished.  This is cycling over long periods of time and much few times during the life of the card.  With mining, it is happening as often as once per minute in this pool.

So, sorry, but you are absolutely incorrect about the damage temperature cycling can do, even if below 70C the entire time.

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June 05, 2011, 03:40:13 PM
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I've been mining for 13 hours straight with 100% usage on both gpus and temps at 65C and 67C. Is it safe to run this 24/7?

That temperature is fine for chips. Worry when it gets to 80C+ (even then it'll probably be fine). Some cards idle at like 60+

Hardware will stop itself from overheating - either by drawing less power and slowing down / increasing fan speed - or turning off the computer alltogether.

Fatigue happens if the the hardware expands and contracts a lot (increase/decrease in temperature).

I imagine going between 40 - 70C wouldn't be much of a problem tbh, though I'm not an expert.

Temperature cycling is NOT fine for anything.  It causes "fatigue" wear.  Any 3rd year mechanical, civil or aerospace engineer or materials science major will know this without thinking 1 second about it.  Since there are MANY MANY parts in a board and only one needs to fail to kill it, fatigue is a nightmare for them.  Mining is not the norm for a gaming card ... gaming is.  Gaming runs at whatever is required while you are playing and then goes back to typical idle when finished.  This is cycling over long periods of time and much few times during the life of the card.  With mining, it is happening as often as once per minute in this pool.

So, sorry, but you are absolutely incorrect about the damage temperature cycling can do, even if below 70C the entire time.

I forgot hashing can use magical opcodes that games can't... oh wait!

I'm glad to see you're proud of your engineering degree. Congratz!
I'd say anyone should know that heating and cooling quickly is bad (hot water, icey windshield etc).

Tell me, how much does the card expand by going from 50C to 70C?
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June 05, 2011, 03:51:19 PM
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http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=7760.msg170939#msg170939

I'm also getting lots of idle time with BTCGuild. I switched back to BTCMine for this reason.
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June 05, 2011, 04:04:08 PM
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More changes to pushpool this morning after sleeping on the problem.  Starting to research EU and east coast VPS and dedicated hosting providers to start setting up 1 or 2 new servers to load balance with the current one.

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June 05, 2011, 04:16:59 PM
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Feature request:
Automatic payout at one of these 3 "triggers":
Every x blocks
Every x hours/days
After x BTC have been confirmed

Suggested implementation:

1% donation perk: Instant payout as soon as the trigger fires
0% donation perk (always active): Payout transaction will be included in the next block the pool solves (= not requiring any fees from your side) after the trigger fired.

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June 05, 2011, 04:38:44 PM
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deepbit creates a prototype "mobile" summary page - https://deepbit.net/m

could we get something similar?

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