I have been noticing that the ETA value jumps around quite a lot;
on my most recent payout it just went from 6h (ridiculous for 3200 confirms) to 43.1 h (more reasonable). Can anybody tell me how it is calculated? I would expect to see in the neighborhood of 2 days at inception slowly decreasing over time, not jumping all over the place; am I missing something?
EDIT: The absurdly low value is on the summary if you click on "highschore"; it is more well behaved on the other links...
EDIT: The absurdly low value is now on every page links...
I also noticed on the blocks 197702 has turned orange with strike-out text and zero payout; is that an orphaned block?
I also noticed that on block 202001 the "Mins since Block" was negative (how can that be?) and my "Stash" decreased even though the "XPM" was positive...
Block Date Diff Value Stake XPM Matured? Stash Mins since Block
202003 10-10 01:12 9.894 10.23 4.06% 0.4099 1.994 16.6
202001 10-10 01:09 9.894 10.2 4.22% 0.4264 2.4203 -3.8
The ETA is calulated by the top summary "package" avg blocktime which is quite jumpy for the first few blocks (~10) and should even out after that, i came to realize though that i could just see at what block we are now, at what block all your blocks have matured and just calculate diff * 1 minute - since thats the target block time.
Orange and strike-out is orphan, that is correct.
The negative time, i'm not 100% sure, that usually happens if the block is found too fast, should never be negative though, the stash decrease is way more odd - i'll look into it.
Extremely useful page Sy, thank you for creating it.
I would suggest that after you solve all the glitches, you add some more stats, like xpm/block, total shares submitted, ratio of share lengths, etc.
Keep up the good work
ratio of length of shares is tbh pretty boring and very static once you mine more than 24h at the pool, it's the same for all of us
xpm/block is shown in your details list, same for shares and those numbers decrease with pool growth so they have no real readable meaning imho.
I will work on xpm/day though