Virus, cpu database suggestion...
I have added the school computers to the database, using your weekday option.
Could a feature be added so that it will ask for how many hours per day if you chose weekday.
The problem is (see for yourself) is that I appear near the top in the database, with the thing saying I can do 2211 blocks/day yet I only once did over 1000 in a day in the last 6 months!
Just a suggestion, I even look to have a better config than izzy, but I don't.
I was going to have it as a average hours/day option. But I could see people trying to figure it out on there fingers. Well somedays the computer is not running other days it runs between 2-8 hours. I'll give it 3, no 4. Then give up because they had to do this for 10+ computers. A little over dramatic.
I'll add it as a new option and phase out the old one. I am not sure how I would do it for weekenders. Will I have it so you divide your hours per day by 3. Or have it only calculate those computers in on the weekend. Which would mean keeping that other option just for the weekend selection.
Well, why don't you just ask people to figure it into their keyrate for those machines? I know a Celeron 450 should be able to put out 1.25 MKey/s, but mine only gets 1.07-1.19, averaging around 1.16 Mkey/s (Hey, I like and live on mp3s... I can't help it. )
So, instead of saying that I get 1.25 MKey/s on my machine (which I should), I took it down to a lower figure. Perhaps you could simply ask users to fudge a little. I don't think we have to get _too_ precise with this
Well I could do it that way, but that would affect the potential (blocks). I see that as being a goal. Which I try get as close too, as I can. Overall I don't see this database as being how much we are cracking but how much we can crack.
I think I will go the route of a hours/day average. That will be calculated in for the keys/sec of the public stats tables but not the private or single computer pages. And phase out the Uptime feild over time.
I finally had some time to add the avg. hours/day field and calculations. So Bkehoe, you may now proceed to drop in the cpu stats.
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