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July 28, 2013, 08:44:12 PM
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I don't know how his pool server is coded, but maybe he should block miners trying to connect with difficulty <32.

If we find a block now, I don't think anyone will get a payout, other than TX fee payouts for the block finder and the pool.




Well, whatever it was resolved relatively quickly.

Oh, and BTW, there is a new kid on the block. 900+ GH/s just check in. #2 hasher from Eligius, which is down with a stratum server failure (only one server, really?)

PS Mr BBAv, set your difficulty to higher than 32. You could easily set to 2048 with your ~1TH.
even though they left a while ago, their PPLNS Share is stuck at 2.84468268 - has been since at least 5am EST (+10 hours ago)

And still is stuck there. Everyone else gets ripped off when the next block is found.

Anyone know how to contact the pool operator?
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July 28, 2013, 09:06:24 PM
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I don't know how his pool server is coded, but maybe he should block miners trying to connect with difficulty <32.

If we find a block now, I don't think anyone will get a payout, other than TX fee payouts for the block finder and the pool.




Well, whatever it was resolved relatively quickly.

Oh, and BTW, there is a new kid on the block. 900+ GH/s just check in. #2 hasher from Eligius, which is down with a stratum server failure (only one server, really?)

PS Mr BBAv, set your difficulty to higher than 32. You could easily set to 2048 with your ~1TH.
even though they left a while ago, their PPLNS Share is stuck at 2.84468268 - has been since at least 5am EST (+10 hours ago)

And still is stuck there. Everyone else gets ripped off when the next block is found.

Anyone know how to contact the pool operator?
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I am Fireduck, the programmer behind Satoshidice. I can be reached at fireduck@gmail.com or on reddit or on the Bitcoin Forums.
You can also publicly haras me on r/hhtt.

He hasn't been on here since the 19th and Reddit shows last activity about 30 days ago.

anyway, it seems like the last_day HR number's declining about 35k/hr; now at: 161478.045 at this rate s/b at 0 in about 4 hrs - hopefully, it'll clear out the PPLNS Shares once this occurs.
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July 28, 2013, 09:09:17 PM
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Well I know he hasn't answered past PMs from me, and apparently it's the same for others, judging from posts in this thread.

Hard to run a successful pool when you don't have your finger on it's pulse.
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July 28, 2013, 09:23:24 PM
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Well I know he hasn't answered past PMs from me, and apparently it's the same for others, judging from posts in this thread.

Hard to run a successful pool when you don't have your finger on it's pulse.
not sure but it seems like the pool has had some issues since the last Diff increase
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July 29, 2013, 04:19:27 PM
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I don't know how his pool server is coded, but maybe he should block miners trying to connect with difficulty <32.

If we find a block now, I don't think anyone will get a payout, other than TX fee payouts for the block finder and the pool.




Well, whatever it was resolved relatively quickly.

Oh, and BTW, there is a new kid on the block. 900+ GH/s just check in. #2 hasher from Eligius, which is down with a stratum server failure (only one server, really?)

PS Mr BBAv, set your difficulty to higher than 32. You could easily set to 2048 with your ~1TH.
even though they left a while ago, their PPLNS Share is stuck at 2.84468268 - has been since at least 5am EST (+10 hours ago)

And still is stuck there. Everyone else gets ripped off when the next block is found.

Anyone know how to contact the pool operator?

This pool counts your share of each found block using a "share window" which contains current difficulty * 2 shares.

When you start it takes a while before you get your full paymanet BUT when you leave you keep getting paid for a while too.

Now, if a user with 1 TH/s at his disposal starts mining here he has 1/3 of the full pool hashing power and as such his share of a block should be 1/3 of 25 BTCs after a couple of days.

If this user mined for several hours it will take a while before his submitted shares clear out and he stops getting paid and since when he leaved HHTT lost 1/3 of its hashing power it takes even longer.

Every PPLNS pools behaves like this, the only difference can be in the size of the "share window" used by each pool.

spiccioli.

ps. I think that a PPS pool is a better choice as a back up pool, since you don't risk wasting you hashing in the unlucky situation where your backup pool does not find a block while you're using it and while your submitted shares still give you something back for your work.
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July 29, 2013, 05:03:34 PM
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You could also use a DGM pool as backup to be sure you get paid proper credit for your shares...

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July 29, 2013, 08:38:04 PM
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You could also use a DGM pool as backup to be sure you get paid proper credit for your shares...
Yeah, DGM is basically a good mix of PPLNS and PPS. My current pools are DGM -> PPLNS -> DGM.

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August 09, 2013, 05:24:29 PM
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dang who is the one with the 2.4TH/sec miner Tongue
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August 25, 2013, 12:37:37 PM
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dang who is the one with the 2.4TH/sec miner Tongue

I guess some Mini-rigs?  Hope he helps us solve some blocks.  Been kinda slow lately.

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August 28, 2013, 02:04:28 AM
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2 blocks during 4 days Shocked
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August 30, 2013, 08:58:57 AM
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Two blocks in a few hours and a good 400 GH/s more hashing here!

Welcome aboard Mr. 400 GH Smiley

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Hi back.

It would have been 800 GH but, instead of setting up the other half of the boxes, I went on what will probably go down in history as the most expensive date I've ever been on. (Expenses measured in opportunity cost of 24 Hours @ 400 Gigahash/Second on or about June 20th 2013)

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September 01, 2013, 08:40:23 PM
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Something wrong with the pool?  Doesn't look like share counts have updated for the last 1/2 hour or so...

Now hanging out on Atomic-Trade.com...
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September 06, 2013, 05:28:16 PM
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I want to point 2x blades to HHTT, they need local stratum proxy.
When I try to run it I get such error:
exceptions.valueerror: too many values to unpack stratum
other pools work fine.
Are there any special settings I shoud use?
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September 06, 2013, 05:37:10 PM
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I want to point 2x blades to HHTT, they need local stratum proxy.
When I try to run it I get such error:
exceptions.valueerror: too many values to unpack stratum
other pools work fine.
Are there any special settings I shoud use?

I am running slush's proxy with the following startup parameters:
Code:
/mining_proxy.py  -o stratum.hhtt.1209k.com -p 3333 -nm

Then I point my blades to my proxy host using port 8332.

Works just fine on hhtt pool.


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September 07, 2013, 06:36:18 PM
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Hi Fireduck,

Just looking at my info page and its showing a vastly lower hashrate than I have and is not counting shares either.  My BFGminer is still showing they are being accepted though.

Is something up with the pool?

http://hhtt.1209k.com/user-details.php?user=1J4Y6MYQtRNs7ZNFgNZ1gNreovhTgPRsGw
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September 08, 2013, 04:54:43 PM
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Hi Fireduck,

Just looking at my info page and its showing a vastly lower hashrate than I have and is not counting shares either.  My BFGminer is still showing they are being accepted though.

Is something up with the pool?

http://hhtt.1209k.com/user-details.php?user=1J4Y6MYQtRNs7ZNFgNZ1gNreovhTgPRsGw

Hi vulgartrendkill,

your page says you're around 3.3 GH, how much hashing power do you have?

You're also using a very low difficulty, I'd go to 16, at least to lower your fees.

As far as I can tell pool is working nicely, please take note that sometimes the web pages lags behind when reporting submitted shares.

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September 08, 2013, 06:12:22 PM
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Hi Fireduck,

Just looking at my info page and its showing a vastly lower hashrate than I have and is not counting shares either.  My BFGminer is still showing they are being accepted though.

Is something up with the pool?

http://hhtt.1209k.com/user-details.php?user=1J4Y6MYQtRNs7ZNFgNZ1gNreovhTgPRsGw

Hi vulgartrendkill,

your page says you're around 3.3 GH, how much hashing power do you have?

You're also using a very low difficulty, I'd go to 16, at least to lower your fees.

As far as I can tell pool is working nicely, please take note that sometimes the web pages lags behind when reporting submitted shares.

spiccioli

Thanks spiccioli,

The issue has since resolved itself, I think maybe the page was a little slow in updating.  ATM I only have a measly 3.3gh\s (10 Block Erupters).

Thanks.  Love the pool graphics by the way. Hilarious.
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