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May 04, 2013, 12:09:35 AM
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burnside's not gone, just preoccupied.  Between LitecoinGlobal, btct.co, Kättare Hosting, LTC-MINING, ASICMINER-PT, and whatever else he's gotten into since I last looked, administering the pool is probably just not a high priority.  I got an email from him today regarding ASICMINER-PT so I know he's still lurking.

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May 04, 2013, 06:58:05 AM
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burnside, add the ability to reduce difficulty for a certain worker so that shares are found easier.
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May 05, 2013, 08:47:20 AM
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burnside, add the ability to reduce difficulty for a certain worker so that shares are found easier.

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May 08, 2013, 05:25:22 PM
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burnside, add the ability to reduce difficulty for a certain worker so that shares are found easier.

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A number of pools implement variable-difficulty shares so that any given worker is submitting at a roughly constant rate whether it's a CPU-mining Raspberry Pi or an overclocked 6-GPU monster.  It helps the pool by preventing it from being share-spammed into oblivion by large rigs, and helps the miner by giving relatively stable error bounds on share submission.
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May 09, 2013, 08:36:37 PM
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After the issues p2pool was having the other day I tried hopping back on here. After seeing my stales shoot up to 50%+ I had to switch pools again. It looks like the pool hash rate has dropped to 166 mhash so apparently a bunch of people are jumping ship - what's going on?


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May 09, 2013, 10:07:11 PM
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Seeing one of my miners dc and the rest get twice the regular stale rate. Still, more share of the pot for me. We're down to 231 mhash.
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May 12, 2013, 03:55:52 AM
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burnside's not gone, just preoccupied.  Between LitecoinGlobal, btct.co, Kättare Hosting, LTC-MINING, ASICMINER-PT, and whatever else he's gotten into since I last looked, administering the pool is probably just not a high priority.  I got an email from him today regarding ASICMINER-PT so I know he's still lurking.

I have litecoin in his pool that I cannot withdraw. 

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May 13, 2013, 02:28:53 PM
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Had to jump ship 60-70% stales are an asswhooping.went to another pool and stales running 10-15%.
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May 14, 2013, 04:30:20 AM
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Burnside! 

When I attempt to log into the website, I get redirected back to the login screen.

Where are you?  What has happened and how can this be fixed.
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May 14, 2013, 05:23:52 AM
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Had to jump ship 60-70% stales are an asswhooping.went to another pool and stales running 10-15%.

You should give Invasion Mining Network a shot.  I've been getting on average less than a percent stales for the last few days I've been mining there.  Also its been a pretty lucky pool, I regularly get more than my estimated payout.

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May 14, 2013, 06:45:32 AM
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burnside, add the ability to reduce difficulty for a certain worker so that shares are found easier.

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A number of pools implement variable-difficulty shares so that any given worker is submitting at a roughly constant rate whether it's a CPU-mining Raspberry Pi or an overclocked 6-GPU monster.  It helps the pool by preventing it from being share-spammed into oblivion by large rigs, and helps the miner by giving relatively stable error bounds on share submission.

Vardiff is great but the pool software has to support it.  (I doubt pushpool does)  The only version of Stratum that works with Litecoin is the vipaerus modified one, and that one doesn't support vardiff.  So he'd have a fair bit of programming to do to implement vardiff on his pool.

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May 25, 2013, 01:14:15 AM
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How come so little action in this thread?
And why are there so many miners here when the efficiency of this pool is so low and with such a high rate of stales!!?
I'm so surprised at this...a waste of hashrate, power, time, etc...wasn't the pool owner supposed to be doing something about this? Or is he still not even around? I'm a bit confused
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May 26, 2013, 05:32:41 PM
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How come so little action in this thread?
And why are there so many miners here when the efficiency of this pool is so low and with such a high rate of stales!!?
I'm so surprised at this...a waste of hashrate, power, time, etc...wasn't the pool owner supposed to be doing something about this? Or is he still not even around? I'm a bit confused

Probably because everyone left. I've got to assume all those small time guys "set it and forget it" (and there was even one guy who was getting from 50-150 MEGAhash who had for at least a week or more somewhat like 90% stales. Incredible.) Burnside, although around here (and seen online at the LTC forums) stopped responding to this thread a while ago (maybe stratum became too much of a PITA to set up?) I'm sure he's still making a bunch from the guys still mining anyways (they had a hell of a lucky day yesterday too looking at their block stats!)

When I used to mine there I think the pool rate was in the mid 300s to low 400s but now it's down to what, 160ish mhash? It's too bad, I really did like this pool when things were working well!


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June 09, 2013, 08:41:35 AM
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How come so little action in this thread?
And why are there so many miners here when the efficiency of this pool is so low and with such a high rate of stales!!?
I'm so surprised at this...a waste of hashrate, power, time, etc...wasn't the pool owner supposed to be doing something about this? Or is he still not even around? I'm a bit confused

Probably because everyone left. I've got to assume all those small time guys "set it and forget it" (and there was even one guy who was getting from 50-150 MEGAhash who had for at least a week or more somewhat like 90% stales. Incredible.) Burnside, although around here (and seen online at the LTC forums) stopped responding to this thread a while ago (maybe stratum became too much of a PITA to set up?) I'm sure he's still making a bunch from the guys still mining anyways (they had a hell of a lucky day yesterday too looking at their block stats!)

When I used to mine there I think the pool rate was in the mid 300s to low 400s but now it's down to what, 160ish mhash? It's too bad, I really did like this pool when things were working well!

I suspect a lot of the 50%+ stales situations had to do with the DDoS protection service.  Mining looks a whole lot like a DDoS to a protective service.  Request after request from the same IP's.  Wink

I think someone had asked about vardiff.  I hate to say it, but the software definitely does not support it.  It'd take way more time than I have to implement it.  Sorry.  Sad

For everyone that has been waiting patiently for stratum, I apologize.  Derringer had it right.  I've been buried in my day job and btct.co/litecoinglobal.com responsibilities.  The good news is that as of tonight, I have experimental stratum support up and running.  If you're logged in, you can get the connection URL from the "Get Started" page.  Wink  My test miners using stratum have less than half the stales.  Very impressive.

I've also reduced the difficulty a bit.  I'm not sure I'll keep it that low, but I figured it's worth a shot.

Cheers.

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June 11, 2013, 09:54:03 AM
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Hey Burnside,
Id just like to thank you for the stratum support.  Been mining away for the last 48 hours with it and my stales are down from 20% to 0.1%.  Fantastic job man, hopefully this will encourage more miners back to the pool.
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June 11, 2013, 06:17:58 PM
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Hey Burnside,
Id just like to thank you for the stratum support.  Been mining away for the last 48 hours with it and my stales are down from 20% to 0.1%.  Fantastic job man, hopefully this will encourage more miners back to the pool.

That's great news, thank you for trying it out!

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June 11, 2013, 06:54:29 PM
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Hey Burnside,
Id just like to thank you for the stratum support.  Been mining away for the last 48 hours with it and my stales are down from 20% to 0.1%.  Fantastic job man, hopefully this will encourage more miners back to the pool.

That's great news, thank you for trying it out!

I am really happy about the stratum too. I was getting 11% stales and thinking about changing pools. Now I don't have to. I like you because you're at least partially in Oregon. if you're ever in P-town I'd love to meet you and buy you a coffee to thank you for the neat ltc related thing that you have done.
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June 11, 2013, 07:27:59 PM
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Hey Burnside,
Id just like to thank you for the stratum support.  Been mining away for the last 48 hours with it and my stales are down from 20% to 0.1%.  Fantastic job man, hopefully this will encourage more miners back to the pool.

That's great news, thank you for trying it out!

I am really happy about the stratum too. I was getting 11% stales and thinking about changing pools. Now I don't have to. I like you because you're at least partially in Oregon. if you're ever in P-town I'd love to meet you and buy you a coffee to thank you for the neat ltc related thing that you have done.

I'll be flying into PDX this weekend for a friend's wedding.  Gonna be crazy busy tho.  Really appreciate the offer!  Wink

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June 11, 2013, 08:06:16 PM
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Hey Burnside,
Id just like to thank you for the stratum support.  Been mining away for the last 48 hours with it and my stales are down from 20% to 0.1%.  Fantastic job man, hopefully this will encourage more miners back to the pool.

That's great news, thank you for trying it out!

I am really happy about the stratum too. I was getting 11% stales and thinking about changing pools. Now I don't have to. I like you because you're at least partially in Oregon. if you're ever in P-town I'd love to meet you and buy you a coffee to thank you for the neat ltc related thing that you have done.

I'll be flying into PDX this weekend for a friend's wedding.  Gonna be crazy busy tho.  Really appreciate the offer!  Wink
Ok, instead I will donate 1%. Really not a bad trade going from losing 10%+ in stales to a 1% donation. I kind of feel like a shmuck.
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June 12, 2013, 07:40:20 AM
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I am really happy about the stratum too. I was getting 11% stales and thinking about changing pools. Now I don't have to. I like you because you're at least partially in Oregon. if you're ever in P-town I'd love to meet you and buy you a coffee to thank you for the neat ltc related thing that you have done.

I'll be flying into PDX this weekend for a friend's wedding.  Gonna be crazy busy tho.  Really appreciate the offer!  Wink
Ok, instead I will donate 1%. Really not a bad trade going from losing 10%+ in stales to a 1% donation. I kind of feel like a shmuck.

Heh, no problem.  I really (really) appreciate the donation!

I'm not a Coinbase fan -- I placed a buy order, they took the funds out of my account, then a week later the price went up and they canceled the buy and closed my account.  You've been warned.  Use a different exchange.
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