Author Topic: What is the normal rate of failing to submit a block from Electroneum pool?  (Read 219 times)

sunnyrat

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We have a node-cryptonote-pool mining Electroneum, and sometimes it even finds a block Smiley.  However, due to many factors, most of which are obscure for me, it fails to submit it, fails with error like this:
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Error submitting block at height 141295 from here-goes-wallet-address@127.0.0.1, share type: "trusted" - {"code":-7,"message":"Block not accepted"}
Sometimes it just does not have this block:
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{"code":-7,"message":"Block not accepted"}

The electroneumd (fork of monerod) shows error
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Transaction not found in pool
at the same time. We lose ~50% of mined blocks with such errors. The question is, what is the normal rate for such errors? Is 50% indeed normal and what we can do is just to give up and live with it, or there is a room for improvement?

Derinko

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Is electronium mined only in pools or is it much simpler? Are there many pools that do mining now of electronium? It's just that the coin is not so popular for mining.

Joileg

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I've heard this cryptocurrency is quite popular and promissing. It might become several times more expensive by the end of the year.