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May 14, 2011, 05:22:38 PM
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Hi!

News
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Pool has switched to proportional mode, read more at swepool.net/news


Block find promotion bonus, find a block at swepool and receive a nice bonus of 0.5 btc!


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* Payment type is now pay-per-share as a try to increase amount of users. Current compensation is 0.000081077523877986 btc/share which is 2.2% better than deepbit. We take all the risk, you get all the btc!

* Server is based in sweden and should be far superior to US servers for all you who live in EU. Server is now updated to a redundant professional hosted! This should resolve all downtime issues.

* Luck dont matter here, you always get (very close to) expected payout. Many other pools advertise that they pay for invalid blocks and such stuff, at swepool you get paid whatever the block is invalid or not found at all.

* We (of course) support Long-Polling

* (Really) INSTANT payout, you dont even have to wait for a block solve

* JSON-API, access it via https://swepool.net/json?key=your_api_key or without key https://swepool.net/json

* SSL for your security

* Email notifier, notifys you via email if your miner stops working.

* Visit web site at https://swepool.net/

Feel free to ask any questions!

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May 14, 2011, 11:30:50 PM
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Hi!
I just want to announce a new bitcoin-pool: Swepool!
The pool utilizes the share-model and doesnt charge fees. Approx. total hashspeed is 10GHash/s.
You may visit the webpage at http://swepool.no-ip.org/index-en
After registering, point your miner to swepool.no-ip.org:8337

Can you put current pool speed on your webpage? Then it can be included in http://bitcoinwatch.com/ pie chart.

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May 14, 2011, 11:37:13 PM
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Can you put current pool speed on your webpage? Then it can be included in http://bitcoinwatch.com/ pie chart.

As a pool contributor it would be useful to know overall pool rate and solved blocks. Thank you for supporting long-polling and no fees!
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May 15, 2011, 01:54:58 AM
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Can you put current pool speed on your webpage? Then it can be included in http://bitcoinwatch.com/ pie chart.

As a pool contributor it would be useful to know overall pool rate and solved blocks. Thank you for supporting long-polling and no fees!
Pool-speed is going to appear on the site when I get it to work. We have one solved block this far and approx. pool-speed is 1.2GHash right now. Thanks for contributing to the pool!

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May 15, 2011, 05:12:42 AM
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Pool speed is now avalable at http://swepool.no-ip.org/hashspeed.php (hash/s)

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May 15, 2011, 07:14:48 AM
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Will payouts occur right after each found block, after a certain number (which?) of conformations, or…?

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If you switch from no-ip I'd be more than glad to join the pool Smiley
C'mon, a .net domain costs ~$10 (70SEK) a year. Invest! Wink

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Will payouts occur right after each found block, after a certain number (which?) of conformations, or…?

Cheers,
Payout will occur after 120 confirmations.
If you switch from no-ip I'd be more than glad to join the pool Smiley
C'mon, a .net domain costs ~$10 (70SEK) a year. Invest! Wink
New address is now www.swepool.net/index-en.

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Will payouts occur right after each found block, after a certain number (which?) of conformations, or…?

Cheers,
Payout will occur after 120 confirmations.
If you switch from no-ip I'd be more than glad to join the pool Smiley
C'mon, a .net domain costs ~$10 (70SEK) a year. Invest! Wink
New address is now www.swepool.net/index-en.

Or setup a .bit domain?! Tongue

Can I ask, what software did you use to create this pool? PushPool?
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Will payouts occur right after each found block, after a certain number (which?) of conformations, or…?

Cheers,
Payout will occur after 120 confirmations.
If you switch from no-ip I'd be more than glad to join the pool Smiley
C'mon, a .net domain costs ~$10 (70SEK) a year. Invest! Wink
New address is now www.swepool.net/index-en.

Or setup a .bit domain?! Tongue

Can I ask, what software did you use to create this pool? PushPool?
Yes, it is pushpool.

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Payment type changed to pay-per-share as a try to increase amount of users. Current compensation is 0.00029220039715181 btc/share which is 2.2% better than deepbit.

Also added login page with different workers for every gpu. You should check it out!

On the way: JSON API, more statistics

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If I were you, I'd make English the default language, with a link a the top right of each page to its swedish counterpart. You'd reach more people.
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May 17, 2011, 08:36:51 AM
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* (Really) INSTANT payout, you dont even have to wait for a block solve

That seems wrong. Transactions must be included in blocks to get confirmations. Don't they?

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* (Really) INSTANT payout, you dont even have to wait for a block solve

That seems wrong. Transactions must be included in blocks to get confirmations. Don't they?

He might mean there's no need to wait for block confirmations for solved blocks you earned a bounty on. Only thing I could think of
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* (Really) INSTANT payout, you dont even have to wait for a block solve

That seems wrong. Transactions must be included in blocks to get confirmations. Don't they?

He might mean there's no need to wait for block confirmations for solved blocks you earned a bounty on. Only thing I could think of

Or maybe since it's PPS you get paid for the share before the block is solved?

Also, only 7.2% fee is ok I guess, but it would be better to write 7.8% rather then '2.2% less then Deepbit'.. might try it though..

 
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May 17, 2011, 01:38:38 PM
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* (Really) INSTANT payout, you dont even have to wait for a block solve

That seems wrong. Transactions must be included in blocks to get confirmations. Don't they?

He might mean there's no need to wait for block confirmations for solved blocks you earned a bounty on. Only thing I could think of
You dont even have to wait for a block solve, I pay you as soon you submit a share (and a decent miner submits a share every 5 seconds).

The language is soon going to be english as default and swedish as a choice in settings.

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May 17, 2011, 01:55:56 PM
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Also, only 7.2% fee is ok I guess, but it would be better to write 7.8% rather then '2.2% less then Deepbit'.. might try it though..

If the fee is 2.2% less than Deepbit, which has a 10% fee, that makes a 9.78% fee.

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10 × (1 - 0.022) = 9.78

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May 17, 2011, 02:36:38 PM
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Also, only 7.2% fee is ok I guess, but it would be better to write 7.8% rather then '2.2% less then Deepbit'.. might try it though..

If the fee is 2.2% less than Deepbit, which has a 10% fee, that makes a 9.78% fee.

Code:
10 × (1 - 0.022) = 9.78

and 9,78% is not anywhere near "lowest fee on planet"...

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So now to the real question, is the smaller fee worth not being able to jump between PPS and Prop on Deepbit when the luck changes?

 
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Also, only 7.2% fee is ok I guess, but it would be better to write 7.8% rather then '2.2% less then Deepbit'.. might try it though..

If the fee is 2.2% less than Deepbit, which has a 10% fee, that makes a 9.78% fee.

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10 × (1 - 0.022) = 9.78
Read the messages from dinox. He never talked about the fee, only the compensation (to the miner).
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Site now completely translated to english as default, swedish will be a choice in settings in the near future.

Frontside updated and some changes to css-code.

More statistics about workers is now shown.

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I appear to be getting a Server 500 error when attempting to register via your site.

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I appear to be getting a Server 500 error when attempting to register via your site.
Whoops, a glitch in my php-code fixed.

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Another question, is your website caching the profile page at all?

Because when I found my first share it updated and added it instantly, however it has not updated or added any of the shares I've submitted since then.

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Another question, is your website caching the profile page at all?

Because when I found my first share it updated and added it instantly, however it has not updated or added any of the shares I've submitted since then.
The info is updated every 15 min, you should soon see your submitted shares.

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Another question, is your website caching the profile page at all?

Because when I found my first share it updated and added it instantly, however it has not updated or added any of the shares I've submitted since then.
The info is updated every 15 min, you should soon see your submitted shares.

Yeah they just came through just after I posted that *doh*.

It may be worth noting that somewhere on the page to avoid further confusion?

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I'm getting a ton of miner is idle messages, Is this a pool issue or an issue with me? (I'm from the USA..)
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May 18, 2011, 02:41:17 AM
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Hey Dinox, I just joined the pool.  When I went to look at my profile page it sas I am mining at 74mh/s when i am actually around 130mh/s.  Is there an error somewhere or does it just take time to update?
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Hey Dinox, I just joined the pool.  When I went to look at my profile page it said I was mining at 74mh/s when i am actually around 130mh/s.  Is there an error somewhere or does it just take time to update?

Regardless of which pool youre mining on, Ive never found those gauges to be accurate.
When I was on deepbit my mhash/s for one of my miners listed anywhere from 150mhash - 250mhash (actual is 220). My payout was always at what I would expect it to be..there just seems to be some variance on the monitor side.
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i'm use poclbm/201102.beta
to commands getwork pool say:
wireshark cut: {u'result': None, u'id': u'poclbm/201102.beta', u'error': {u'message': u'upstream RPC error', u'code': -2}}
what is the problem?

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i'm use poclbm/201102.beta
to commands getwork pool say:
wireshark cut: {u'result': None, u'id': u'poclbm/201102.beta', u'error': {u'message': u'upstream RPC error', u'code': -2}}
what is the problem?

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Pushpool hang about one hour ago with tons of error messages, a restart fixed the problem. I'm checking what the problem was and how to prevent it in the future right now.

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i'm use poclbm/201102.beta
to commands getwork pool say:
wireshark cut: {u'result': None, u'id': u'poclbm/201102.beta', u'error': {u'message': u'upstream RPC error', u'code': -2}}
what is the problem?

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Pushpool hang about one hour ago with tons of error messages, a restart fixed the problem. I'm checking what the problem was and how to prevent it in the future right now.
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Isn't a zero fee the lowest fee? => http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=4251.0

Not that I really get all the fine details of this model vs that model vs another model of shares and whether or not stale blocks still get payouts etc.

Ho-Hum.
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First block is now solved!
http://blockexplorer.com/t/7U9fXhJkjW

I'm working on a average based view of hashspeed which probably will be more accurate than the current one.

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Hey Dinox, I just joined the pool.  When I went to look at my profile page it said I was mining at 74mh/s when i am actually around 130mh/s.  Is there an error somewhere or does it just take time to update?

Regardless of which pool youre mining on, Ive never found those gauges to be accurate.
When I was on deepbit my mhash/s for one of my miners listed anywhere from 150mhash - 250mhash (actual is 220). My payout was always at what I would expect it to be..there just seems to be some variance on the monitor side.

Indeed, since what is shown on the website is an estimate based on the rate at which you submit shares; whereas the mining program is showing the actual rate at which you are computing hashes.

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I get an HTTP error 500 when I try to cashout ..
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I get an HTTP error 500 when I try to cashout ..
It's a trap! =P

 
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I get an HTTP error 500 when I try to cashout ..
Fixed about an hour ago, please try again and report if there are any errors.

Added average weighting to hashspeed, should be more accurate now.

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Works now. Thank you :-)
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I am unable the connect my miner anymore, the website still appears operational but you have a 0 Gh/s pool rate.

Edit: Its working again now.

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Been trying out swepool for the last day or so... noticing some intermittent connection problems on my miners but generally they seem to reconnect after a few seconds to a minute or two.

I noticed in the settings page I cannot change my payout address.  Tried several times and always just get a blank page after clicking "Save" and the old address is still there when I go back to Profile.


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I'm curious what the formula is for calculating the PPS rate, since obviously the rate has changed since the difficultly update.

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I'm curious what the formula is for calculating the PPS rate, since obviously the rate has changed since the difficultly update.
It's 46/[current difficulty].

Been trying out swepool for the last day or so... noticing some intermittent connection problems on my miners but generally they seem to reconnect after a few seconds to a minute or two.

I noticed in the settings page I cannot change my payout address.  Tried several times and always just get a blank page after clicking "Save" and the old address is still there when I go back to Profile.



That's a bug, thanks for notifying me, I'll fix it this afternoon!

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Settings page bug now fixed and pool software configurations updated for increased connection stability in the future.

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I just started using your pool, and I plan to mine there full time. I have a question about the worker stats, though. I have two miners, each mining at about 400 Mhash/s. However, in the worker stats, it shows only one miner has found any shares today. Both my miners say they've submitted approx 400 shares, but on the stats page it shows one (Kieslar.2) has submitted 429 at 377 MHash/s, and the other (Kieslar.1) has submitted 29 at 0 MHash/s. Is there a reason for that? Thanks!

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I just started using your pool, and I plan to mine there full time. I have a question about the worker stats, though. I have two miners, each mining at about 400 Mhash/s. However, in the worker stats, it shows only one miner has found any shares today. Both my miners say they've submitted approx 400 shares, but on the stats page it shows one (Kieslar.2) has submitted 429 at 377 MHash/s, and the other (Kieslar.1) has submitted 29 at 0 MHash/s. Is there a reason for that? Thanks!

Edit: I created a new worker (Kieslar.desktop1) and switched the miner whose stats wasn't showing up to that one and it seems to be updating the stats now.

How many shares would you estimate youre getting per hour with that 400Mhash?
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I like the idea of PPS system as i have been using deepbit for a few days now.  I would be willing to switch to swepool, but I would like to be able to at least see the current PPS payout(and see as it changes). I feel there isnt enough information about the site and the mining operations for me to switch from deepbit right now.
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I like the idea of PPS system as i have been using deepbit for a few days now.  I would be willing to switch to swepool, but I would like to be able to at least see the current PPS payout(and see as it changes). I feel there isnt enough information about the site and the mining operations for me to switch from deepbit right now.

Agreed. I would like to see the standard statistics found at pools like Slush's and BTCGuild. But it is still a young pool so I'm assuming more stats will be added.
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I like the idea of PPS system as i have been using deepbit for a few days now.  I would be willing to switch to swepool, but I would like to be able to at least see the current PPS payout(and see as it changes). I feel there isnt enough information about the site and the mining operations for me to switch from deepbit right now.

The PPS rate for Swepool is 46/[difficulty] - which currently yields a share rate of: 0.00018841725410524332449956786912374 to be overly precise. This rate has a lower fee than deepbit, since deepbit charges 45/[difficutly] which gives can effective fee of 10%, Swepool only has a fee of 8% thanks to the shares being calculated based on a greater portion of the block value 46/50 rather than 45/50.

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is anyone else having problems accessing swepool.net?

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is anyone else having problems accessing swepool.net?

Yep. I was having issues with mining too, so I left the pool for now.
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* Added payout per share to index page.

Current server is not stable at all and a hosted server is ordered and should be up and running in the next days. You are free to continue support swepool.net, but you should not expect a stable experience. Please dont rate the pool as it is now, wait a few days until the new server is up and running.

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Just want to note, just a few minutes ago the "Your balance:" read 3.0xxxxxxxxxxxx btc and when i reloaded the page to expect an increase in BTC balance it went back down to 2.99xxxxxxxxx BTC.

Just want to let you know, not sure if that is normal or not  Smiley

anyone else experience this?

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Just want to note, just a few minutes ago the "Your balance:" read 3.0xxxxxxxxxxxx btc and when i reloaded the page to expect an increase in BTC balance it went back down to 2.99xxxxxxxxx BTC.

Just want to let you know, not sure if that is normal or not  Smiley

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I made a server change today and you probably submitted some shares before the new DNS kicked in. I credit your account now, sorry for the inconvenience.

New server is now up and should be far more stable than the old one. This one is professional hosted and has fallback internet connection, UPS with dieselgenerators and more.

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thanks dinox, although that wasnt necessary but thank you! I was more just worried of an error.

Also I see you added some new features  Grin

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* Some new features added including json-api and status of your workers.

* Pool total hashspeed has doubled to 8GH since server update.

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Is long polling working?  I am not seeing any LP interruptions with poclbm or phoenix and am getting lots of stale shares instead.

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Is long polling working?  I am not seeing any LP interruptions with poclbm or phoenix and am getting lots of stale shares instead.
It should work, or at least did at the old server with identical config. I'll take a look at it.

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Regarding long polling, this is the error I am getting form poclbm about once an hour:

23/05/2011 20:50:01, long poll exception:                   
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/ewal/Downloads/m0mchil-poclbm-06cf386/BitcoinMiner.py", line 259, in longPollThread
    (connection, result) = self.request(connection, url, self.headers)
  File "/Users/ewal/Downloads/m0mchil-poclbm-06cf386/BitcoinMiner.py", line 222, in request
    response = connection.getresponse()
  File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 950, in getresponse
    response.begin()
  File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 390, in begin
    version, status, reason = self._read_status()
  File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/httplib.py", line 348, in _read_status
    line = self.fp.readline()
  File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/socket.py", line 395, in readline
    data = recv(1)
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Can you add the pool hashrate to the json?
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ewal: Still looking at LP problem, can't find the problem here.

Can you add the pool hashrate to the json?
Added.

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Ok i just joined.

I would like a auto payment option. once a day.

I also would like to get payed in x.xx only not x.xxxxxxxxx like it is now.

Furthermore i get a lot of stales if i compare it with deepbit.net

If you can add auto payment option i will stay.
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If I have mined say 0.36231 coins and want to have them transferred I only get 0.36 to my wallet.
What happened to the 0.00231 coins which you didnt transfer? I cant see them anywhere. And my balance is 0btc, not 0.00231


What is happening here?



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If I have mined say 0.36231 coins and want to have them transferred I only get 0.36 to my wallet.
What happened to the 0.00231 coins which you didnt transfer? I cant see them anywhere. And my balance is 0btc, not 0.00231


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Oh, thank you for notifying me that. It is fixed and your account is compensated for your loss + a little more Smiley

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It looked very good, so I joined. Website is quite functional, but unfortunately long polling does not seem to work as of now. Unfortunately I erased the log so I can't post it. I'm switching to deepbit for now, but would be interested in using swepool if long polling worked Smiley
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Yeah i've noticed the long polling issue as well, my hd 6970 reports 1200+ stale shares after a short time frame on this pool but I will remain at the pool waiting for it to be fixed

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We just had a small downtime due to updates to pool software. This should fix the LP-problem, let me know if it doesn't.

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LP still not working.  I did not get a LP interruption for block 126463 that was found at 19:14:03 (my local time).  Instead I got 2 stale shares:

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24/05/2011 19:13:05, fa57054e, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:13:08, 8c8fdede, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:13:19, 7674f2a4, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:13:54, 64c8e577, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:14:01, a507f024, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:14:03, 8f2442c9, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:14:09, 42e9692a, accepted                    
24/05/2011 19:14:28, 242cc86e, invalid or stale            
24/05/2011 19:14:29, 5fcf2d92, invalid or stale            
24/05/2011 19:16:39, 6032ff62, accepted

Edit: for reference, this is what I see when connected to deepbit.net:

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24/05/2011 19:19:44, 8d8b4cfa, accepted                     
24/05/2011 19:19:45, c1e6e3fa, accepted                     
24/05/2011 19:19:48, 3b73215e, accepted                     
24/05/2011 19:19:56, long poll: new block 0000343b0553bd69 
24/05/2011 19:20:20, 70b9f014, accepted

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If I have mined say 0.36231 coins and want to have them transferred I only get 0.36 to my wallet.
What happened to the 0.00231 coins which you didnt transfer? I cant see them anywhere. And my balance is 0btc, not 0.00231


What is happening here?

I was on swepool.no-ip.org contributing many work as user 'zei9iifi'. Then things switch to www.swepool.net, my login no longer works, and I never get due for my shares. Sad

No longer in this pool until issues resolved. Sad
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If I have mined say 0.36231 coins and want to have them transferred I only get 0.36 to my wallet.
What happened to the 0.00231 coins which you didnt transfer? I cant see them anywhere. And my balance is 0btc, not 0.00231


What is happening here?

I was on swepool.no-ip.org contributing many work as user 'zei9iifi'. Then things switch to www.swepool.net, my login no longer works, and I never get due for my shares. Sad

No longer in this pool until issues resolved. Sad
'zei9iifi' was just a worker, you need to register at the new site and add your worker to your account. Since I thought everyone had added their workers the link is gone but the url is still working: http://swepool.net/worker?addworker (You need to be logged in). As soon you add you worker to your account, your account will be credited for your shares.

Confirmed: LP is now working and your stale shares should fall rapidly.

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Confirmed: LP is now working and your stale shares should fall rapidly.

Working for me too.  Yay!  Thanks for fixing it.  I'm now happy to switch over.  Now, just looking forward to auto payout, but I can be patient on that one Smiley

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'zei9iifi' was just a worker, you need to register at the new site and add your worker to your account. Since I thought everyone had added their workers the link is gone but the url is still working: http://swepool.net/worker?addworker (You need to be logged in). As soon you add you worker to your account, your account will be credited for your shares...

Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
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'zei9iifi' was just a worker, you need to register at the new site and add your worker to your account. Since I thought everyone had added their workers the link is gone but the url is still working: http://swepool.net/worker?addworker (You need to be logged in). As soon you add you worker to your account, your account will be credited for your shares...

Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
1. Log in to your account with balance 0.
2. Click here
3. Type in your old workername and password
4. You now see your worker in your profile and balance is updated in <15min.

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Confirmed: LP is now working and your stale shares should fall rapidly.

Working for me too.  Yay!  Thanks for fixing it.  I'm now happy to switch over.  Now, just looking forward to auto payout, but I can be patient on that one Smiley
Nice seeing it work! Autopayment is added as an option in settings now.

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May 25, 2011, 05:13:54 PM
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Autopayment is added as an option in settings now.

Nice.  Looks like right now it is "autopay once per day no matter what your balance is".  Any chance to eventually get "autopay if your balance is at least some configurable minimum"? 

Right now, my meager mining power nets me about 1.7 BTC per day, and I don't mind the "once per day" option.  As difficulty increases over the next couple weeks, though, my net-per-day will drop well below 1.00 BTC/day, and the ability to configure a payout minimum would be beneficial.  That way I'd only get a withdrawal once every few days as my balance goes about some reasonable minimum balance.

Love the service, btw.  I prefer PPS and I like not having to make the deepbit pool an even larger portion of the overall network hash total (nothing personal against the deepbit guys).

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May 25, 2011, 05:25:12 PM
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Have you had any kind of security audit performed on the site to see where vulnerabilities might exist?  It would be pretty terrible if someone was able to use sql injection or something similar to gain access of people's accounts and steal their bitcoins.

If the project is properly secured, I will likely switch over.
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Have you had any kind of security audit performed on the site to see where vulnerabilities might exist?  It would be pretty terrible if someone was able to use sql injection or something similar to gain access of people's accounts and steal their bitcoins.

If the project is properly secured, I will likely switch over.
I and a friend with experience in PHP and yes, we have secured it against sql-injections. Passwords are very strongly hashed and even if you get your hands on the database you wont be able to steal any bitcoins.

ewal: Hmm, sounds like a better idea, Ill add that in the to-do list.

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Have you had any kind of security audit performed on the site to see where vulnerabilities might exist?  It would be pretty terrible if someone was able to use sql injection or something similar to gain access of people's accounts and steal their bitcoins.

If the project is properly secured, I will likely switch over.
I and a friend with experience in PHP and yes, we have secured it against sql-injections. Passwords are very strongly hashed and even if you get your hands on the database you wont be able to steal any bitcoins.

ewal: Hmm, sounds like a better idea, Ill add that in the to-do list.
What about defense against CSRF attacks?  That is the other major security concern I can think of right now...

Also, I'd like to see HTTPS eventually, but understand that it costs money for a certificate, so you might not want to do it until the pool gets larger.  I'll still support the pool even without HTTPS.
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What about defense against CSRF attacks?  That is the other major security concern I can think of right now...

Also, I'd like to see HTTPS eventually, but understand that it costs money for a certificate, so you might not want to do it until the pool gets larger.  I'll still support the pool even without HTTPS.
We are checking referrer at sensible pages (cashout, settings) which would ruin any CSRF attacks. HTTPS support will probably take a while but if I get enough users and you want it I'll sure fix it.

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Cool, thanks!
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Pool speed is now 20GHash!

* Lowest instant withdrawal raised to 0.1 btc due to me not wanting to put the 0.0005 transfer fee on you users. At 0.01btc the fee is 5% for me, which kind of too much.

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Hi Dinox,

the web seems to be down

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Site and miner are down  Sad
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WTF... "Network down for maintenance" from my server provider.

Edit: I have called my server provider and they assure my server will have internet access at latest 00:00 UTC. I will credit everyone who had problems with this according to your hashrate, I dont want you to suffer from problems with my providers.

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Time for a new service provider!
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Edit: I have called my server provider and they assure my server will have internet access at latest 00:00 UTC. I will credit everyone who had problems with this according to your hashrate, I dont want you to suffer from problems with my providers.

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Everyone, PM me with names of your active workers and your username at swepool and I will credit your accounts.

Edit: No need to, I wrote a script to do it instead. Let's hope there will be no more downtimes, or this will get expensive for me Wink

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Hey dinox, its down again, both site and miner Sad


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Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
1. Log in to your account with balance 0.
2. Click here
3. Type in your old workername and password
4. You now see your worker in your profile and balance is updated in <15min.

I added my old workername and password. I see the worker in my profile. My balance remains at 0.

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Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
1. Log in to your account with balance 0.
2. Click here
3. Type in your old workername and password
4. You now see your worker in your profile and balance is updated in <15min.

I added my old workername and password. I see the worker in my profile. My balance remains at 0.

All previous work lost? Sad
No, you havent. Please use this link and try again. If you dont get this solved, please send a mail to infospamblocker@swepool.net

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* Working of a new autopay feature.

Is there any you users would want from swepool? Is there anything you feel are missing?

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* Working of a new autopay feature.

Is there any you users would want from swepool? Is there anything you feel are missing?

I would like to objectively be able to figure out if it's more efficient / "cheaper" to be using you instead of deepbit/slush/BTCMiner.

I currently have no idea what all the 50 different share/participation models end up meaning in real world more or less output of BTC.

About the only "simple" comparison seemed to have been the % of fee, and even that has been obscured by a per block thingie. Or, something.

Bottom line - it would be great if there were a more transparent reason why one should mine here instead of there or there.

I'm not averse to switching pools, if it had a good reason.

Same goes for payout logic btw.

Ho-Hum.
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I would like to objectively be able to figure out if it's more efficient / "cheaper" to be using you instead of deepbit/slush/BTCMiner.

I currently have no idea what all the 50 different share/participation models end up meaning in real world more or less output of BTC.

About the only "simple" comparison seemed to have been the % of fee, and even that has been obscured by a per block thingie. Or, something.

Bottom line - it would be great if there were a more transparent reason why one should mine here instead of there or there.

I'm not averse to switching pools, if it had a good reason.

Same goes for payout logic btw.

I'm pretty much in this boat too.  I've been mining on deepbit for a few days and getting really good results.  Given the need to pay off my investment I don't have time to go pointing my miners at other pools just to see if it's worth it.  Maybe I can do that in a couple of weeks when I have enough BTC.

Do you have any real world comparisons/results that will compel users to switch from other pools to yours?

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May 27, 2011, 10:53:20 PM
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I've started up a CPU miner to test out your pool.

I got this error after a few minutes and it resumed after the 30 second retry:

[2011-05-28 08:38:06] HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
[2011-05-28 08:38:06] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds

After 1 share my balance was 0.00010577564409762 btc.  Shouldn't it be 0.00018841688243877 which is your per share payment?

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I've started up a CPU miner to test out your pool.

I got this error after a few minutes and it resumed after the 30 second retry:

[2011-05-28 08:38:06] HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
[2011-05-28 08:38:06] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds

After 1 share my balance was 0.00010577564409762 btc.  Shouldn't it be 0.00018841688243877 which is your per share payment?
Hmm, CPU miner.. Which one are you using? There have not been any problems with GPU miners so far.

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Other pools pay you when they solve a block according to some model. This means that the longer time for them to solve the block, the less you get. If the pool are "unlucky" you could easily get a couple of percent less than expected. You could of course also get more than expected, it's like a lottery.

Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

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Ok, so I point one of my GPU's at it which usually runs around 400M/sec but on swepool it averages about 360!  I think it's solving shares quicker than it's recieving them...

Also had a couple more time out errors again.

My ping to swepool.net is nearly 600ms!

Also, I worked out the 0.00018xxxx figure was on the old difficulty.  Deepbit has gone down to 0.000103xxxx.

At this stage I want to switch but the connectivity issues/reduced hash rate is a problem.

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Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

Thought slush used shares as well?

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Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

Thought slush used shares as well?

They all use some sort of share based system but it's generally a proportional payment and only when the pool solves a block.

Pay per share is ideal for the miner if you want reliable income.

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Ok, so I point one of my GPU's at it which usually runs around 400M/sec but on swepool it averages about 360!  I think it's solving shares quicker than it's recieving them...

Also had a couple more time out errors again.

My ping to swepool.net is nearly 600ms!

Also, I worked out the 0.00018xxxx figure was on the old difficulty.  Deepbit has gone down to 0.000103xxxx.

At this stage I want to switch but the connectivity issues/reduced hash rate is a problem.
600ms is way to much. I assume you live a bit from sweden?

The ping at some online pingtools doesn't seem that high:
35ms (ping.eu, EU-based): http://ping.eu/ping/
150ms (network-tools.com, probably US-based): http://network-tools.com/default.asp?prog=ping&host=swepool.net

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I live in Australia, so yeah just a bit away from Sweden lol

do you have plans to host a server in the US?

For comparison, my ping to deepbit is about 400ms.

I have high latency from my home anyway.  From work the ping to you is about 350ms....

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I live in Australia, so yeah just a bit away from Sweden lol

do you have plans to host a server in the US?

For comparison, my ping to deepbit is about 400ms.

I have high latency from my home anyway.  From work the ping to you is about 350ms....
Ah, yeah I pinged a australian server center and I get about 350ms.

No plans yet, if the pool grows larger and there is a demand so why not.

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Fixed, added -f1 and -a2 to poclbm....getting 410mh/s

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Wait - signup for swepool isn't even in SSL / HTTPS?

So I am merrily sending out user/pass etc plain text?
Plus email?

What?

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* Working of a new autopay feature.

Is there any you users would want from swepool? Is there anything you feel are missing?

You think you can implement worker offline notifications (phoenix idle bug  Angry) and also payout notifications through email?

and

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+1 for notifications! That is a really handy feature to have Smiley

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Is the pool having problems?  I can't load the website at the moment and my miner has reported a few RPC communication issues but is working right this minute.

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Is the pool having problems?  I can't load the website at the moment and my miner has reported a few RPC communication issues but is working right this minute.
There are a huge number of connections to web server right now and it has problem dealing with those. RPC server seems not to have these problems though.

Edit: Got rid of the IPs causing the high number of connections, web server should be working fine now. No mining has been affected.

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Ok no prob. It seems ok now.

Bitcoins.lc has had some DDOS attacks recently, I wonder if ur being targeted too?

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I'm enjoying mining at this pool since a week back, it's a young pool with low PPSfee. It has been great. Hopefully we reach 30 GH soon.
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I'll be adding about 1.6-2GH in the next day or so, stay tuned Smiley

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Email notifying added, just check "Monitor" for your workers at profile and a mail will be sent if worker stops. It has been tested by me and seems to work ok, please notify me if it doesn't.

Edit: You can test email monitor by creating a new worker and check monitor on.

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* Site now accessible via SSL: https://swepool.net

Only thing left on to-do list is top10 now, keep ideas coming!

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Not sure if this is possible, but can you add a button for each worker to turn the video card on/off from any computer as long as you're logged into swepool? That'd be really cool and helpful.

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Only thing left on to-do list is top10 now, keep ideas coming!

Configurable minimum threshold for auto-payout?

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I've got one rig with 2 5870's in it.  Both cards are hashing about ~320MH on swepool but on deepbit with the same settings were getting ~400MH

Any ideas?  I've tried tweaking the askrate down to 2 which improved it to an average of 350.

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I've got one rig with 2 5870's in it.  Both cards are hashing about ~320MH on swepool but on deepbit with the same settings were getting ~400MH

Any ideas?  I've tried tweaking the askrate down to 2 which improved it to an average of 350.
Try ping swepool.net and see what you get.

Only thing left on to-do list is top10 now, keep ideas coming!

Configurable minimum threshold for auto-payout?
Sure, I'll add that to the list.
Not sure if this is possible, but can you add a button for each worker to turn the video card on/off from any computer as long as you're logged into swepool? That'd be really cool and helpful.
I can't control your video cards, luckily enough.

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I've got one rig with 2 5870's in it.  Both cards are hashing about ~320MH on swepool but on deepbit with the same settings were getting ~400MH

Any ideas?  I've tried tweaking the askrate down to 2 which improved it to an average of 350.
Try ping swepool.net and see what you get.


About 360ms.  I'm getting that on another PC and hashing at 410MH fine.  My one at home I ping in the 600ms' but with the askrate at 2 I can still hash at 400MH

It probably is just the latency...not much I can do about that one!

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Seems to be going well now.  4 x 5870's totally 1.5GH on average.  I can live with that Smiley

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Hi!

* Payment type is now pay-per-share as a try to increase amount of users. Current compensation is 0.00010577564409762 btc/share which is 2.2% better than deepbit. We take all the risk, you get all the btc!

Hmm deepbit.net is 0.00010692537935955  Huh 
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Hi!

* Payment type is now pay-per-share as a try to increase amount of users. Current compensation is 0.00010577564409762 btc/share which is 2.2% better than deepbit. We take all the risk, you get all the btc!

Hmm deepbit.net is 0.00010692537935955  Huh 
Deepbit just announced a decrease in their PPS fee for a few days as compensation for the recent outage.
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Swepool is down for me now........testing from several locations!

I should clarify, website down but mining still operational

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Swepool is down for me now........testing from several locations!

I should clarify, website down but mining still operational

Yep me too. Miners are mining. Website is down Embarrassed
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May 30, 2011, 05:59:42 AM
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Yay it's back Cheesy

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* Site now accessible via SSL: https://swepool.net

Excellent.

Since you advertise as lowest pay per share fee, how much "more" / cheaper are you than slush (still a favorite here)?

Ho-Hum.
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* Site now accessible via SSL: https://swepool.net

Excellent.

Since you advertise as lowest pay per share fee, how much "more" / cheaper are you than slush (still a favorite here)?
Slush doesn't offer pay-per-share

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Hey dinox you doing some sort of maintenance? Because I've been watching my miners and its seems to be getting disconnected from the server (upstream error) and then reconnects again this past 12 hours. Simply its doing a yo-yo effect...On, off, on...etc.

Or

Is it being overloaded?  Huh
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Hey dinox you doing some sort of maintenance? Because I've been watching my miners and its seems to be getting disconnected from the server (upstream error) and then reconnects again this past 12 hours. Simply its doing a yo-yo effect...On, off, on...etc.

Or

Is it being overloaded?  Huh
Yep, I had to restart bitcoind due to including it in a monitor tool. Now it will restart automatically if it fails and text me if restart fails. The downtime was about 30sec.

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Can you add total past payout amount to the JSON API?

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Can you add total past payout amount to the JSON API?
Added.

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Mining my little GPU's butt off.  My 157Mhash/s is yours.

I love small no-fee pools, it means bigger shares for little guys like me.  If your BTC/Day calculator is correct, I'm gonna be here for a long, long time.
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Mining my little GPU's butt off.  My 157Mhash/s is yours.

I love small no-fee pools, it means bigger shares for little guys like me.  If your BTC/Day calculator is correct, I'm gonna be here for a long, long time.
Nice you like the pool. I should notify that swepool is not an no-fee pool (probably impossible to maintain a no-fee PPS pool) but it is very friendly to low-hash users. The calculator is as correct as the MHash/s rate is at your profile.

* Swepool has now taken some measures against ddos and should be able to hold up a minor ddos at this point.

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May 30, 2011, 08:08:38 PM
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im pooling here now, adding 580 mhashes, ordered 2 more cards to total 1ghash. lets see what this pools all about.

Only thing I dont like is:
"1Pays out every day at 14.00 UTC. Only balances larger than 1 btc will be paid out with autopay. "
-Instant payout would have been cool.
-15 minute to 10 minutes would be neat
-I'd like to see the current block with my rewards status + confirmation status like slush has it

What are the advantages of joining a smaller pool compared to joining a bigger pool?
-bigger pool, paid more frequently, lower btc rewards
-smaller pool, less often, higher btc  rewards

correct me if I'm wrong- thanks

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im pooling here now, adding 580 mhashes, ordered 2 more cards to total 1ghash. lets see what this pools all about.
Nice!

"1Pays out every day at 14.00 UTC. Only balances larger than 1 btc will be paid out with autopay. "
Instant cashout is there and activates when you have above 0.1 btc in your account to spare me from tx fees. Just login to your profile and press "Instant Cashout".

-I'd like to see the current block with my rewards status + confirmation status like slush has it
The pool uses Pay-Per-Share, that means you get your money instantly. Profile page updates every minute with new balance and when you have above 0.1 btc you are able to cashout instantly, even before the block has solved. Current round info is therefore irrelevant, but you may see solved blocks at stats-page (for the lulz).

What are the advantages of joining a smaller pool compared to joining a bigger pool?
-bigger pool, paid more frequently, lower btc rewards
-smaller pool, less often, higher btc  rewards
A large pool is not good for the bitcoin network. Smaller pools often pays out money very late. Swepool takes the best of these and is a small pool which pays out instantly.

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im pooling here now, adding 580 mhashes, ordered 2 more cards to total 1ghash. lets see what this pools all about.
Nice!

"1Pays out every day at 14.00 UTC. Only balances larger than 1 btc will be paid out with autopay. "
Instant cashout is there and activates when you have above 0.1 btc in your account to spare me from tx fees. Just login to your profile and press "Instant Cashout".

-I'd like to see the current block with my rewards status + confirmation status like slush has it
The pool uses Pay-Per-Share, that means you get your money instantly. Profile page updates every minute with new balance and when you have above 0.1 btc you are able to cashout instantly, even before the block has solved. Current round info is therefore irrelevant, but you may see solved blocks at stats-page (for the lulz).

What are the advantages of joining a smaller pool compared to joining a bigger pool?
-bigger pool, paid more frequently, lower btc rewards
-smaller pool, less often, higher btc  rewards
A large pool is not good for the bitcoin network. Smaller pools often pays out money very late. Swepool takes the best of these and is a small pool which pays out instantly.

Perfect, I'm already starting to like you Smiley

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May 30, 2011, 09:21:18 PM
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I should notify that swepool is not an no-fee pool (probably impossible to maintain a no-fee PPS pool) but it is very friendly to low-hash users.

Honesty too!  Let me just mine up to the next bitcoin on BTC Guild, and I'm comin' your way.

BTC was awesome, but then people signed up like crazy and my shares dropped 70%.  I'm so outta there.


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All my miners are running slower now since your last restart.  I'll investigate and see if I can work out why!

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2011-05-30 15:09:51: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 15:09:51, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 16:09:50: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 16:09:50, long poll exception:
2011-05-30 16:09:50: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 16:09:50, long poll exception:

Im getting various console lines like the one above, including many RPC communication issues, any idea?

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Yea am also getting the disconnections and the reconnect issues as well. Happens like every hour and so and then repeat. (Started yesterday for me)
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I'm getting a 20-second disconnect every hour or so.

Still better than most pools I've been in.  Less stales, too.
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I'm getting a 20-second disconnect every hour or so.

Still better than most pools I've been in.  Less stales, too.

Agreed, im actually earning more here than anywhere else.

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11-05-30 23:21:52: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:21:52, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:21:56: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:21:56, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:21:58: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:21:58, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:02: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:02, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:04: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:22:04, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:08: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:08, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:10: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:22:10, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:14: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:14, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:16: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:22:16, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:20: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:20, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:22: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:22:22, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:26: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:26, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:28: Listener for "Default": 30/05/2011 23:22:28, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-05-30 23:22:32: Listener for "miner2": 30/05/2011 23:22:32, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC


That doesnt look good... Just restarted my miners.

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That doesnt look good... Just restarted my miners.
What timezone are you in? I could convert to my and check the logs, I cant see any problem right now though..

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That doesnt look good... Just restarted my miners.
What timezone are you in? I could convert to my and check the logs, I cant see any problem right now though..

PST, I've been getting it for the past 48 hours now.
Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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FYI Dinox

2011-06-01 02:51:38: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:51:38, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:51:44: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:51:44, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:51:50: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:51:50, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:51:56: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:51:56, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:52:02: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:52:02, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:52:08: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:52:08, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:52:14: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:52:14, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 02:52:20: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 02:52:20, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:35:19: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:35:19, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:35:26: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:35:26, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:35:51: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:35:51, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:10: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:10, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:17: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:17, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:25: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:25, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:31: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:31, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:36: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:36, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:42: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:42, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:48: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:48, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:36:54: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:36:54, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:37:00: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:37:00, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:37:06: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:37:06, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-01 05:37:12: Listener for "Swepool": 01/06/2011 05:37:12, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC

I'm in GMT  +10 timezone

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PST, I've been getting it for the past 48 hours now.
Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Pushpoold has apparently having some problems with stability last time, it has crashed of some strange reason and doesn't give me much information when doing so. I have a monitor tool that restarts the process automatically, which is why you only experience about 1 min downtime before going online again. I have had problems with pushpoold before, and thought I had solved them when I got 3-4 days of indisturbed uptime, but now they are kicking at me again. I'll try to investigate what the issue is.

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PST, I've been getting it for the past 48 hours now.
Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Pushpoold has apparently having some problems with stability last time, it has crashed of some strange reason and doesn't give me much information when doing so. I have a monitor tool that restarts the process automatically, which is why you only experience about 1 min downtime before going online again. I have had problems with pushpoold before, and thought I had solved them when I got 3-4 days of indisturbed uptime, but now they are kicking at me again. I'll try to investigate what the issue is.

Thanks, keeping us posted would be great!

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Found the issue, should be fixed now.

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Found the issue, should be fixed now.

Yay thanks pal!

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Love your work mate!

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Hi Dinox

Got a small issue here mate.  One of my miners went offline briefly.  I got it back up and the status in my swepool profile still says it's offline and at 0 MH/s but the share count is going up.

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Hi Dinox

Got a small issue here mate.  One of my miners went offline briefly.  I got it back up and the status in my swepool profile still says it's offline and at 0 MH/s but the share count is going up.

Cheers
A glitch in the update of hashspeed script, should be fixed now! Thanks for notifying me that.

* I may also notify there is a new design of site coming up, more info will be available later.

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Hi Dinox

Got a small issue here mate.  One of my miners went offline briefly.  I got it back up and the status in my swepool profile still says it's offline and at 0 MH/s but the share count is going up.

Cheers
A glitch in the update of hashspeed script, should be fixed now! Thanks for notifying me that.

Ah so i wasnt crazy, thanks pal!

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Hi Dinox

Got a small issue here mate.  One of my miners went offline briefly.  I got it back up and the status in my swepool profile still says it's offline and at 0 MH/s but the share count is going up.

Cheers
A glitch in the update of hashspeed script, should be fixed now! Thanks for notifying me that.

That's ok, I knew you could fix it easily Smiley

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I have been getting plenty of errors lately, so I'm switching to another pool. Is it just me?
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I have been getting plenty of errors lately, so I'm switching to another pool. Is it just me?
Plenty of errors? Can you please provide me with more information?

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I think he's talking about these problems:
Code:
03/06/2011 12:11:04, 2882a9d6, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:16, f3b48590, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:29, 1ef726a4, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:50, 99b14500, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:02, d0ff0b1c, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:13, 0896e3b5, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:26, ffd770d1, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:33, eef97afa, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:12:45, 0be8f5fb, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:12:45, long poll: new block 0000055b133324da
I'm not sure, but I think this is some problem with the pool, i thought it was because of my overclocking but have adjust it back and forth and still get "accepted" only about 50% of the time
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I think he's talking about these problems:
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03/06/2011 12:11:04, 2882a9d6, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:16, f3b48590, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:29, 1ef726a4, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:11:50, 99b14500, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:02, d0ff0b1c, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:13, 0896e3b5, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:26, ffd770d1, accepted
03/06/2011 12:12:33, eef97afa, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:12:45, 0be8f5fb, invalid or stale
03/06/2011 12:12:45, long poll: new block 0000055b133324da
I'm not sure, but I think this is some problem with the pool, i thought it was because of my overclocking but have adjust it back and forth and still get "accepted" only about 50% of the time
Can you please ping swepool.net? You have a terribly stale-rate, I have neved seen anything like it. Its
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Code:
PING swepool.net (213.180.92.21) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=1 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=2 ttl=58 time=3.55 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=3 ttl=58 time=3.36 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=4 ttl=58 time=3.27 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=5 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=6 ttl=58 time=3.57 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=7 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=8 ttl=58 time=3.48 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=9 ttl=58 time=3.34 ms
My speed is about 300Mhash/s and the statistics on the profile page shows 120-200 Mhash/s so I guess its about 50% stale.
haven't tried any other pool thought
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June 05, 2011, 01:54:58 AM
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PING swepool.net (213.180.92.21) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=1 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=2 ttl=58 time=3.55 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=3 ttl=58 time=3.36 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=4 ttl=58 time=3.27 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=5 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=6 ttl=58 time=3.57 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=7 ttl=58 time=3.47 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=8 ttl=58 time=3.48 ms
64 bytes from 213.180.92.21: icmp_seq=9 ttl=58 time=3.34 ms
My speed is about 300Mhash/s and the statistics on the profile page shows 120-200 Mhash/s so I guess its about 50% stale.
haven't tried any other pool thought
Okay, ping time seems good (actually very good). What miner are you using?

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June 05, 2011, 05:49:34 AM
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Yeah, I'm using poclbm.
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Nice pool, joined.
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Okay.. You could try another miner, it seems like it is only you who have these problems. Can you try Phoenix/Diablominer and see if you get better stale rates there?

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June 05, 2011, 11:42:33 AM
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dinox: what does your pay per-share rate translate to as a fee?

deepbit's translates to 10% I heard. So if yours is 2.2% better is it equivalent to a 9.978% fee?

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Could payout please not be cut off after 0.00x. It should pay out your whole balance.
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June 05, 2011, 01:58:01 PM
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dinox: what does your pay per-share rate translate to as a fee?

deepbit's translates to 10% I heard. So if yours is 2.2% better is it equivalent to a 9.978% fee?
Its compensation which is 2.2% better, thus swepool has a 8% fee.

Could payout please not be cut off after 0.00x. It should pay out your whole balance.

I have had people say the other way too. I'd prefer whole balance (rounded to 8 digits) like you so this is probably what we will see in future.

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I've basically stopped mining since the reward is too low for me now. How do I get the "fractions" out from this pool?

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I've basically stopped mining since the reward is too low for me now. How do I get the "fractions" out from this pool?

It's the 0.004... btc you are talking about? I can pay it out to you manually minus the tx-fee (0.0005btc) if you want.

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I've basically stopped mining since the reward is too low for me now. How do I get the "fractions" out from this pool?

It's the 0.004... btc you are talking about? I can pay it out to you manually minus the tx-fee (0.0005btc) if you want.

Are you going to make "pay out whole sum" the default? Would be great.
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I've basically stopped mining since the reward is too low for me now. How do I get the "fractions" out from this pool?

It's the 0.004... btc you are talking about? I can pay it out to you manually minus the tx-fee (0.0005btc) if you want.

Are you going to make "pay out whole sum" the default? Would be great.
Yep, that will be the default.

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Just curious. No need to do anything. I'll cpu-mine a bit when I come across free electricity and will eventually get a whole bitcoin, I hope.  Grin

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Dinox can you take a look? (PST time zone)

2011-06-04 13:17:22: Listener for "s1": 04/06/2011 13:17:22, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-04 17:33:22: Listener for "s1": 04/06/2011 17:33:22, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-04 18:53:13: Listener for "s1": 04/06/2011 18:53:13, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-04 20:46:21: Listener for "s0": 04/06/2011 20:46:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 03:36:13: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 03:36:13, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 03:36:18: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 03:36:18, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 04:59:57: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 04:59:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 05:02:54: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 05:02:54, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 05:02:59: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 05:02:59, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 05:02:59: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 05:02:59, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 05:03:55: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 05:03:55, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 06:59:56: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 06:59:56, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 07:00:01: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 07:00:01, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 07:00:11: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 07:00:11, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 07:00:19: Listener for "s1": 05/06/2011 07:00:19, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
2011-06-05 07:00:19: Listener for "s0": 05/06/2011 07:00:19, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC

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June 05, 2011, 11:02:48 PM
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Dinox can you take a look? (PST time zone)
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Any idea? Using GUIMINER v2011-05-21
No downtime has been on pool software last 5 days, it seems like some packets get lost on their way across the atlantic. You could try phoenix/polcbm terminal miners since they seems to have less of these problems, but it shouldn't affect your hashspeed anyways.

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Dinox can you take a look? (PST time zone)
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Any idea? Using GUIMINER v2011-05-21
No downtime has been on pool software last 5 days, it seems like some packets get lost on their way across the atlantic. You could try phoenix/polcbm terminal miners since they seems to have less of these problems, but it shouldn't affect your hashspeed anyways.

Do you know where I can get the latest versions of those? This forum is a mess and searching for it doesnt help, there is about 10 diff ones out here now.

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June 06, 2011, 11:06:26 AM
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I will switch server provider today due to me not liking they should have another downtime. I will try to make this as smooth as possible but you may see some minor downtime.

New IP is 109.74.5.72, I will notify you when it is online.

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My balance und share counters are no longer updating...but the miners are doing fine :-/
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My balance und share counters are no longer updating...but the miners are doing fine :-/

Same here...I'm switching pools for the night until the migration is done.

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DNS updated.

If you dont get to the new server, point your miner to 109.74.5.72 port 8337.

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DNS updated.

If you dont get to the new server, point your miner to 109.74.5.72 port 8337.

Thx just switched, it was disconnected all night RPC errors =-[

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DNS still isn't updated, OP should make note in the first post so newbies don't get scared away by the broken page.

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DNS still isn't updated, OP should make note in the first post so newbies don't get scared away by the broken page.
What DNS provider are you using? I know my ISP and Google DNS points to the new IP now.

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went to 109.74.5.72 for the new site... miner still chugging at old one, and making money.  Should I direct my miner at this new IP instead?
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went to 109.74.5.72 for the new site... miner still chugging at old one, and making money.  Should I direct my miner at this new IP instead?
Sure you should do that. All shares contributed to old server will be merged into new server later this day.

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New IP with Port 8337 down again
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DNS still isn't updated, OP should make note in the first post so newbies don't get scared away by the broken page.
What DNS provider are you using? I know my ISP and Google DNS points to the new IP now.

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They are a bit slow on the uptake at times.

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down for me again..miners failed..site says miners are offline

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Back up again... And I just noticed that it actually isn't the PPS pool with the lowest fee. 2% better than deepbit, but 3% worse than continuum.

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New IP with Port 8337 down again
It was my fault, forgot to set rights on a config file. This will not be repeated again.

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New IP with Port 8337 down again
It was my fault, forgot to set rights on a config file. This will not be repeated again.

Are we clear to start mining again?

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New IP with Port 8337 down again
It was my fault, forgot to set rights on a config file. This will not be repeated again.

Are we clear to start mining again?
Yeah, everything is up and running now.

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New IP with Port 8337 down again
It was my fault, forgot to set rights on a config file. This will not be repeated again.

Are we clear to start mining again?
Yeah, everything is up and running now.
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Thanks, working, but still RPC errors. Need a new client to test now.

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Had over 1 hour of this:
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:27, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:33, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:39, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:45, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:51, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:39:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:03, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:09, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:15, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:27, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:33, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:39, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:45, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:51, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:40:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:03, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:09, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:15, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:27, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:33, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:39, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:45, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:51, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:41:57, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:42:03, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:42:09, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:42:15, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC
Listener for "Swepool": 06/06/2011 20:42:21, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC



And another couple of dozen lines with a bit more time spacing in between.
Using "swepool.net" as address / IP, on Port 8337.

Ho-Hum.
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Back up again... And I just noticed that it actually isn't the PPS pool with the lowest fee. 2% better than deepbit, but 3% worse than continuum.
How do you figure?


I never understood how to work those things out properly to be honest, and the pools don't exactly make a comparison or show you how, either.

There should be a master table of potential income vs cost of all the pools, but instead just a thousand other kinds of threads open up. Tongue


Is it this pay per share value?
Like:

0.00010577564409762  swepool
0.00008373444628058 continuum (if I interpret the figure correctly, I think -e5 means -10 high 5, so 5th digit)
0.00007931496901107  deepbit

these correct?

Ho-Hum.
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Had over 1 hour of this:

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And another couple of dozen lines with a bit more time spacing in between.
Using "swepool.net" as address / IP, on Port 8337.
Now I dont know your timezone, but we has just changed server and there may been a delay when DNS was changing.
Thanks, working, but still RPC errors. Need a new client to test now.
Ok, please notify me if you get same errors with terminal client.

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Back up again... And I just noticed that it actually isn't the PPS pool with the lowest fee. 2% better than deepbit, but 3% worse than continuum.
How do you figure?


I never understood how to work those things out properly to be honest, and the pools don't exactly make a comparison or show you how, either.

There should be a master table of potential income vs cost of all the pools, but instead just a thousand other kinds of threads open up. Tongue


Is it this pay per share value?
Like:

0.00010577564409762  swepool
0.00008373444628058 continuum (if I interpret the figure correctly, I think -e5 means -10 high 5, so 5th digit)
0.00007931496901107  deepbit

these correct?
No, swepool pays 0.000081077523877986, the one in first post is updated by me and the one on swepool.net is updated automatically.

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June 06, 2011, 08:05:31 PM
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swepool is back up and running. (@ 41.4 GHash/s)
I just switched from deepbit to swepool and was a little shocked about the downtime. they should announce downtimes a little better.
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swepool is back up and running. (@ 41.4 GHash/s)
I just switched from deepbit to swepool and was a little shocked about the downtime. they should announce downtimes a little better.
If you by "they" mean swepool, I'll announce this better in the future. There should be no more downtimes from now.

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June 06, 2011, 09:45:18 PM
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ok with phoenix miner @ phatk im doing 300 mhashes per card for my 5830's. much better than guiminer.

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Guys, DNS for top level domains can take up to 24 hours to be refreshed.  So expect that long for swepool.net to be updated with the new IP.

Also, Justsomeforumuser - The difficulty went up about 10 hours ago so the figures would have changed.  Check again Smiley

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June 06, 2011, 11:29:05 PM
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Had to disconnect this morning due to massive fail (disconnect, stale, communication problems galore).

Miner is back up and pointed at swepool.net:8337 with great results!  Only two stales since noon!

Join back up, everybody.
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June 06, 2011, 11:47:42 PM
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Dinox - can you possibly add a feature to reset the share count for workers?  I like to reset when the difficulty goes up.  Helps me keep track of payments better...

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June 07, 2011, 12:03:48 PM
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Is the pool down?  Just noticed there's no connectivity for the last couple of hours....

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[07/06/2011 04:55:15] Result: f5400803 accepted
[07/06/2011 04:55:32] Warning: work queue empty, miner is idle
[07/06/2011 04:55:43] Disconnected from server
[07/06/2011 04:55:49] Result: a2b1bacd rejected
[07/06/2011 04:56:19] Failed to connect, retrying...
[07/06/2011 04:56:55] Failed to connect, retrying...
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[0 Khash/sec] [569 Accepted] [11 Rejected] [RPC]
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Swepool appears to be down from West Coast of U.S as of 4:55 am (GMT -8).
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June 07, 2011, 12:14:16 PM
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Maybe the new host isn't so good after all lol

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suspect that swepool is being DDoS'd?
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June 07, 2011, 12:26:34 PM
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suspect that swepool is being DDoS'd?

Looks like it actually.  Connection to port 80 is successful but no response.  httpd probably overloaded.

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June 07, 2011, 12:27:14 PM
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Yesterday it has been down, too, for quite a few hours.
I switched back do slush's pool.
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June 07, 2011, 12:36:43 PM
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Yesterday it has been down, too, for quite a few hours.
I switched back do slush's pool.

Yeah actually it was around the same time too!

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June 07, 2011, 01:58:37 PM
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I have a BTC in there that should be paying out on the 24h rotation that is not getting transferred out and the main page is showing pool hashrate as 0 Ghash/s..

Ho-Hum.
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June 07, 2011, 03:31:24 PM
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Down for me to...

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June 07, 2011, 05:39:58 PM
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Might be back up

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June 07, 2011, 07:17:33 PM
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
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June 07, 2011, 07:27:09 PM
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
I was thinking of bringing server down until all problems was fixed, but I was not allowed due to some of my miners not having access to their pc. I'm making some stresstests right now, and server should not go down any more. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

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June 07, 2011, 07:34:07 PM
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
I was thinking of bringing server down until all problems was fixed, but I was not allowed due to some of my miners not having access to their pc. I'm making some stresstests right now, and server should not go down any more. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Trader's rule: put your money where your mouth is Wink

Or: Saying sorry when you cost one damage is only acceptable when you repay the damage.

That said: I like this pool. If that "was it" I stay with you. if not, I also stay with you. With one GPU shared with another pool. Oh, justforgot - ordered 1 GPU's today that go online one point this or next week (come friday, takes some time to put the computers together). Another 12 coming next week Wink

So, how much of that do you want? Wink And... will you actually manage to stay online?
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June 07, 2011, 08:21:20 PM
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Okay.. You could try another miner, it seems like it is only you who have these problems. Can you try Phoenix/Diablominer and see if you get better stale rates there?

Tried Phoenix and it works much better! thanks for the tip!
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
I was thinking of bringing server down until all problems was fixed, but I was not allowed due to some of my miners not having access to their pc. I'm making some stresstests right now, and server should not go down any more. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Trader's rule: put your money where your mouth is Wink

Or: Saying sorry when you cost one damage is only acceptable when you repay the damage.

That said: I like this pool. If that "was it" I stay with you. if not, I also stay with you. With one GPU shared with another pool. Oh, justforgot - ordered 1 GPU's today that go online one point this or next week (come friday, takes some time to put the computers together). Another 12 coming next week Wink

So, how much of that do you want? Wink And... will you actually manage to stay online?

Why not then. I'll pay out 0.1btc to every worker online with above 100MHash (to avoid too much cheating) at 00:00 GMT tonight, for the ones still supporting me through all downtime issues. Happy mining!

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June 07, 2011, 09:07:59 PM
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
I was thinking of bringing server down until all problems was fixed, but I was not allowed due to some of my miners not having access to their pc. I'm making some stresstests right now, and server should not go down any more. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Trader's rule: put your money where your mouth is Wink

Or: Saying sorry when you cost one damage is only acceptable when you repay the damage.

That said: I like this pool. If that "was it" I stay with you. if not, I also stay with you. With one GPU shared with another pool. Oh, justforgot - ordered 1 GPU's today that go online one point this or next week (come friday, takes some time to put the computers together). Another 12 coming next week Wink

So, how much of that do you want? Wink And... will you actually manage to stay online?

Why not then. I'll pay out 0.1btc to every worker online with above 100MHash (to avoid too much cheating) at 00:00 GMT tonight, for the ones still supporting me through all downtime issues. Happy mining!

Im on your pool with over 1.2ghash/s. going crazy about downtimes, but you've been fair so far.

not sure I understood what you mentioned above ^^

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June 07, 2011, 09:31:58 PM
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Im on your pool with over 1.2ghash/s. going crazy about downtimes, but you've been fair so far.

not sure I understood what you mentioned above ^^
It means that you and many others will get paid a bonus for your support at swepool.net tonight at 00:00 GMT.

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June 07, 2011, 09:41:06 PM
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set  my 412/6 MH/s on your pool. i decided to get some much needed sleep and shut most living space machines. Your pool is my favorite. Most pools have downtimes. Swepool is one pool that is worth supporting, in my book.
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June 07, 2011, 10:23:39 PM
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Listen, if you guys are going down for hours at a time, I really can't afford to babysit my miner and switch over to another (less profitable, but more stable) pool.  I'm gonna have to switch to somewhere else until whatever that is going on is finished.  Really sorry, guys.
I was thinking of bringing server down until all problems was fixed, but I was not allowed due to some of my miners not having access to their pc. I'm making some stresstests right now, and server should not go down any more. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Trader's rule: put your money where your mouth is Wink

Or: Saying sorry when you cost one damage is only acceptable when you repay the damage.

That said: I like this pool. If that "was it" I stay with you. if not, I also stay with you. With one GPU shared with another pool. Oh, justforgot - ordered 1 GPU's today that go online one point this or next week (come friday, takes some time to put the computers together). Another 12 coming next week Wink

So, how much of that do you want? Wink And... will you actually manage to stay online?

Why not then. I'll pay out 0.1btc to every worker online with above 100MHash (to avoid too much cheating) at 00:00 GMT tonight, for the ones still supporting me through all downtime issues. Happy mining!

I gladly accept you being sorry then. This is a sign of responsibility that is worth remembering.

Wink I keep one of my two little miners on you then for now. If no big downtime happens the next days, you get me next server batch at least temporarly. Depending on how the freaking stuff gets delivered this will be over the weekend or monday. Have 7 6990s incoming now and another 5 on backorder Wink IIRC that would then be 24 workers next week Wink
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June 07, 2011, 10:32:15 PM
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Thanks guys for your support!

I'll put on 2 hours to the bonus time, if there are anyone who hasn't seen this yet, and due to averaging value may take some time after join to display a correct rate. Cheers!

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June 07, 2011, 10:36:29 PM
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You have my support dinox.  800 mh/s at you right now, another 800 shortly (the PC crashed, trying to fix it lol).

Cheers

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June 07, 2011, 10:51:48 PM
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I've spent the day looking round various pools (as this is my first venture in to bitcoin), but from advice and features/etc I think I will be joining this pool when my kit arrives over the next two days... should have approx 1.2 GHashes to add to the pot :-)
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Crap. I missed the bonus by half an hour.

Ho-Hum.
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There was a bonus while I was at work?  CRAP
Seriously, screw BTC guild.  Don't make me go back there again.
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June 08, 2011, 06:34:24 AM
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Shit, just missed the bonus...

Still deciding to stay in this pool because i like both PPS and Sweden Cheesy.

Maybe you could send me the bonus manually ?

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I'm sorry jurian89, there may be more bonuses for swepool miners in the future, stay tuned!

* Cashout fixed as it should be i.e. it pays out your balance rounded to 8 decimals. This is mathematical rounding, ex. 0.100000005 will be rounded up to 0.10000001.

* Pay-per-share now displayed in micro-btc/share due to me not finding it either visually okay nor intuitive to display 5 zeroes in front of value. 1 micro-btc = 0.000001 btc

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June 08, 2011, 09:26:18 PM
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Hi,

This is the only way for me to contact swepool(based on the info I found).

Thing is, I can logg in without trouble, and view my workers, who mine hard, but, when I try to change something in settings, this time my payment addres to recve salary, the site responds by saying incorect pw.

Only thing is, the pw is not incorrect, because I just typed it on the loggin screen to be able to log in.

I would really apriciate if you could help me in some way to fix this issue that taints an otherwise perfect pool.

Sincerely,

Almzaar(swepool name too)
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June 08, 2011, 11:01:44 PM
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Hi,the site responds by saying incorect pw.

Sincerely,

Almzaar(swepool name too)

You have to put in your normal password in the field saying "old password" when you make changes to the settings.

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You have to put in your normal password in the field saying "old password" when you make changes to the settings.

The thing is that that is exactly what I do, I enter the same password I used seconds ago to log in to the site, but now it won't accept it.
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June 09, 2011, 07:45:32 AM
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Almazaar, I guess you'll have to wait for dinox to get online to get the answer.

By the way, we need more hashpower to the pool! Come on guys, get in here.
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June 09, 2011, 08:03:38 AM
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just pointed my miner also your way, however have yet to see if it earns more then deepbit imho.
was mining there in prop mode
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70GH/s Cool
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June 09, 2011, 12:50:17 PM
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Hmm Just noticed that when i pay out the whole sum is transferred. I would like to pay out only 2 digits because i pay out directly to a market and it wont accept anything that is behind the 2 digits...

Could you make this an option in Settings ?

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June 09, 2011, 01:39:08 PM
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i must say, it works like charm now
0.06 BTC generated since last message
have only 180mhash/s running at home at the moment, so not so bad imho
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June 09, 2011, 05:42:05 PM
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There is now a block find bonus promotion going at swepool! That means, if you find a block you will instantly receive a bonus of 0.5 btc.

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Almzaar: That sounds weird, just tried it myself and it worked fine. I have sent you some instructions to your registered email address at swepool, please answer that mail.

jurian89: I'll add that to my growing to-do list, maybe you can use mybitcoin as a work around? I will try to get it done this weekend.

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Where do I see how much you pay per share? You do pay invalid/rejected shares, don't you?
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Where do I see how much you pay per share? You do pay invalid/rejected shares, don't you?
You see my payout at swepool.net or first post in this thread.

No, of course I dont pay rejected shares. (That would be suicide for a pool)

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June 09, 2011, 05:59:30 PM
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hi, can i ask why my worker is showing as offline yet my shares are increasing? my speed isnt even shown

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There is now a block find bonus promotion going at swepool! That means, if you find a block you will instantly receive a bonus of 0.5 btc.


Oh so nice!
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