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March 06, 2013, 02:58:52 PM
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How come when I mine on ozcoin pool, my cgminer consistently report about 1150KH, and when I'm mining at your pool, cgminer consistently report about 930KH?

all you heard is bullshit. no errors at all.
  notroll is very overpopulated, simply loosing your hasharate on not providing work fast enough. with coinotron down and netwok hashrate skyrocketing every single one litecoin pool is loosing 10-20% hashrate. only difference is burnside ozcoin ltcmine.ru pool-x are showing right hashrate and a lot of stales, while notroll simply shows 15% lower hashrate.  i believe its due to stratum protocol.

im 100% on that, because i can get 99,98% on GETWORK!! on 2 NVC pools and even better on coinotron[when it was up] on THE SAME SETTINGS.

its just not enough pools, notroll is still the best for now,

it reports my 5500kh as 4500-4700 , so  i lost about 15-18% power, its drastic but still there is no one better for now.
It's because of a memleak in cgminer, i can only suggest you make sure you are on the latest available version(i think it is fixed now, coinotron had the same problems but it's only on random users). I've seen why you are getting lower hashrate xorxor, and that is because of this memleak.

tell me why there is no memleak if the only thing i change is pool address ?  i get 99.98 efficiency on nvc.mine.bz and 81-88% on notroll .

its not a stable lower hashrate like bad settings. its a nice 99.x% speed and then droping for a moment to 40-70% averaging to 85%

now back to coinotron and the new ddos-protected server is much slower, but still, the same settings give me 95% - 5000-5250kh reported

im using 2.10.5 cgminer

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March 06, 2013, 03:27:17 PM
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How come when I mine on ozcoin pool, my cgminer consistently report about 1150KH, and when I'm mining at your pool, cgminer consistently report about 930KH?

all you heard is bullshit. no errors at all.
  notroll is very overpopulated, simply loosing your hasharate on not providing work fast enough. with coinotron down and netwok hashrate skyrocketing every single one litecoin pool is loosing 10-20% hashrate. only difference is burnside ozcoin ltcmine.ru pool-x are showing right hashrate and a lot of stales, while notroll simply shows 15% lower hashrate.  i believe its due to stratum protocol.

im 100% on that, because i can get 99,98% on GETWORK!! on 2 NVC pools and even better on coinotron[when it was up] on THE SAME SETTINGS.

its just not enough pools, notroll is still the best for now,

it reports my 5500kh as 4500-4700 , so  i lost about 15-18% power, its drastic but still there is no one better for now.
It's because of a memleak in cgminer, i can only suggest you make sure you are on the latest available version(i think it is fixed now, coinotron had the same problems but it's only on random users). I've seen why you are getting lower hashrate xorxor, and that is because of this memleak.

tell me why there is no memleak if the only thing i change is pool address ?  i get 99.98 efficiency on nvc.mine.bz and 81-88% on notroll .

its not a stable lower hashrate like bad settings. its a nice 99.x% speed and then droping for a moment to 40-70% averaging to 85%

now back to coinotron and the new ddos-protected server is much slower, but still, the same settings give me 95% - 5000-5250kh reported

im using 2.10.5 cgminer
Hmm strange, that bug was fixed in 2.10.5. If you would be so kind, could you see if that is also the case on eu.notroll.in ? If not, it might be time to add vardiff to the pool.

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March 06, 2013, 04:16:55 PM
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Hmm strange, that bug was fixed in 2.10.5. If you would be so kind, could you see if that is also the case on eu.notroll.in ? If not, it might be time to add vardiff to the pool.

It was all on stratum eu.notroll.in , I'm from europe.


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March 06, 2013, 05:16:58 PM
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That shouldn't be happening, at all. I myself get the full hashrate.
Anyways, i started working on vardiff and hopefully i can deploy it today, since i'm leaving to Paris for 2 days  Grin

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March 06, 2013, 08:40:54 PM
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because problem is not in the server itself, i believe its connection. vardiff should decrase not only cpu/mem usage, [which is not the problem if anyone can get a full hashrate] , but also significantly decrase network traffic.

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March 08, 2013, 09:32:10 PM
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because problem is not in the server itself, i believe its connection. vardiff should decrase not only cpu/mem usage, [which is not the problem if anyone can get a full hashrate] , but also significantly decrase network traffic.
I have the same issue as you. I've been monitorin my miners and they'll drop to 50% speed every 2 minutes or so for a couple of seconds. Apart from the loss of hashrate, also thermally this is really bad for cards.
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March 09, 2013, 09:13:52 AM
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I've had good luck with notroll.in!

Due to my lack of search skills, I'm posting here to inquire about auto payout not working? 
Also (feature request... ) wondering if notification of miner is down/idle might be considered?
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March 09, 2013, 12:06:37 PM
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I've had good luck with notroll.in!

Due to my lack of search skills, I'm posting here to inquire about auto payout not working? 
Also (feature request... ) wondering if notification of miner is down/idle might be considered?
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Yes sorry i was away for 2 days to Paris, had a great time  Grin
Stuck autopayouts are fixed now and autopayouts are working again.
And the pool already has idle worker notification, check the tickbox in the Account section  Wink

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March 09, 2013, 12:25:35 PM
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I love this pool, my favorite. I gave jumped around and true PPS id the way to go with the crazy luck involved in any other system.

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March 09, 2013, 06:43:55 PM
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Stuck autopayouts are fixed now and autopayouts are working again.
And the pool already has idle worker notification, check the tickbox in the Account section  Wink

Awesomeness.  No idea how I missed it!
Thank you!
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March 09, 2013, 06:58:02 PM
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Pool fee will be increased to 4%. Due to the current hashrate etc and the fact that with math you should get 4x as much orphans as on btc, i cannot sustain a fee of 3%. Most day's all of the "profit" goes lost into orphan blocks. And this only got worse as the pool grew, up to 4min/block currently. I'm not doing this to "make more money", but to stop the pool from losing money.

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March 10, 2013, 01:29:32 AM
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Pool fee will be increased to 4%. Due to the current hashrate etc and the fact that with math you should get 4x as much orphans as on btc, i cannot sustain a fee of 3%. Most day's all of the "profit" goes lost into orphan blocks. And this only got worse as the pool grew, up to 4min/block currently. I'm not doing this to "make more money", but to stop the pool from losing money.
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March 10, 2013, 03:15:06 AM
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Pool fee will be increased to 4%. Due to the current hashrate etc and the fact that with math you should get 4x as much orphans as on btc, i cannot sustain a fee of 3%. Most day's all of the "profit" goes lost into orphan blocks. And this only got worse as the pool grew, up to 4min/block currently. I'm not doing this to "make more money", but to stop the pool from losing money.

Still too low, if you are paying for orphans and invalids, it should be 6% fee. 4% is good only if you are not paying for orphan/invalids.

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March 10, 2013, 11:35:18 AM
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Pool fee will be increased to 4%. Due to the current hashrate etc and the fact that with math you should get 4x as much orphans as on btc, i cannot sustain a fee of 3%. Most day's all of the "profit" goes lost into orphan blocks. And this only got worse as the pool grew, up to 4min/block currently. I'm not doing this to "make more money", but to stop the pool from losing money.

Still too low, if you are paying for orphans and invalids, it should be 6% fee. 4% is good only if you are not paying for orphan/invalids.
The pool isn't paying for stales/orphans.

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March 11, 2013, 05:06:51 PM
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752260.45 kH/s  Shocked
Thank you guys, I will keep doing my best  Wink

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March 12, 2013, 04:07:07 AM
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Hello I am trying to join this pool with a bunch of hash power but keep getting errors "miner failed to start - please make sure you have the minerd executable and binaries in the litecoin folder"

as well when trying to run through cgi miner
"pool 0 slow down or credentials are invalid"

As far as I can tell I am entering everything in properly.... what am I doing wrong?

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March 12, 2013, 05:34:33 AM
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Hello I am trying to join this pool with a bunch of hash power but keep getting errors "miner failed to start - please make sure you have the minerd executable and binaries in the litecoin folder"

as well when trying to run through cgi miner
"pool 0 slow down or credentials are invalid"

As far as I can tell I am entering everything in properly.... what am I doing wrong?


Can you tell me what commands you are using to start cgminer ?

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March 13, 2013, 02:33:49 PM
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Wow guys, we reached 1Ghash !  Shocked

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March 13, 2013, 06:15:31 PM
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A friend of mine has a little problem

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http://i.imgur.com/H0cGqCc.jpg

What is he doing wrong and get all these invalid shares ?
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March 13, 2013, 06:22:14 PM
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A friend of mine has a little problem

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What is he doing wrong and get all these invalid shares ?
Not sure, but i see you can enable stratum, i suggest that he enables it, will reduce the stales a lot.

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