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May 24, 2011, 11:01:55 AM
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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?
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* Pool speed is now 12GH


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May 24, 2011, 12:25:12 PM
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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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May 24, 2011, 02:51:35 PM
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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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May 24, 2011, 03:49:32 PM
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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

jurian89: I'm paying out whole bitcents now, this will be as an option in settings in the future. Autopayment is on the fix-soon list.

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May 24, 2011, 06:24:59 PM
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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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May 24, 2011, 07:10:19 PM
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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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May 24, 2011, 11:11:05 PM
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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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May 25, 2011, 12:17:13 AM
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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:

Code:
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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May 25, 2011, 12:58:57 AM
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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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May 25, 2011, 01:33:19 AM
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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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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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May 25, 2011, 02:25:41 AM
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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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May 25, 2011, 03:56:25 AM
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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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May 25, 2011, 11:04:16 AM
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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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May 25, 2011, 11:45:49 AM
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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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May 25, 2011, 05:45:31 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.
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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May 25, 2011, 05:50:43 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.
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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May 25, 2011, 06:04:48 PM
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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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May 25, 2011, 06:12:54 PM
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Cool, thanks!
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