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Title: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 28, 2017, 08:01:01 AM
Here's a DCR Decred Pool:

https://dcr.suprnova.cc

See "Getting Started" section for Info about how to time, miners etc.

And it's Happy Hippopotamus Week - 0 % fee on this pool until Friday !


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Metroid on March 03, 2017, 04:28:50 AM
Hello OCminer, anyway to add -dpsw d=xx to dcr?.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 07, 2017, 09:08:27 AM
Hello OCminer, anyway to add -dpsw d=xx to dcr?.

Hey !

That should actually working already, not working for you ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Metroid on March 08, 2017, 10:18:40 AM
Hello OCminer, anyway to add -dpsw d=xx to dcr?.

Hey !

That should actually working already, not working for you ?

No. It is strange because many coins work with it except dcr, "-di 0 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:2252 -dwal username.worker -dpsw password -dcri 53 -dpsw d=9 -dcri 53", difficult stays variable around 1.50 ~ 1.90.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: gOCe on March 10, 2017, 05:01:01 AM
I think you should use -dpsw only one time "...-dpsw password -dcri 53 -dpsw d=9 ..."

Hello OCminer, anyway to add -dpsw d=xx to dcr?.

Hey !

That should actually working already, not working for you ?

No. It is strange because many coins work with it except dcr, "-di 0 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:2252 -dwal username.worker -dpsw password -dcri 53 -dpsw d=9 -dcri 53", difficult stays variable around 1.50 ~ 1.90.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Metroid on March 11, 2017, 07:23:15 PM
I think you should use -dpsw only one time "...-dpsw password -dcri 53 -dpsw d=9 ..."
I tried that and it did not work too, really strange. does it work for you?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: PovertyByte on March 16, 2017, 07:06:23 AM
Mined 3 days. I earned less than I should have all 3 days based on what to mine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 16, 2017, 07:08:21 AM
Mined 3 days. I earned less than I should have all 3 days based on what to mine

Estimates should be pretty close, my testrig with 2x480 is pretty much on par with whattomine, maybe 5% less some days but also plus 5% other days


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Qumiu on March 27, 2017, 03:54:55 AM
Why so long to switch balances to confirmed? mining for 6 hours there's still unconfirmed balance


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: philipma1957 on March 27, 2017, 04:15:50 AM
Why so long to switch balances to confirmed? mining for 6 hours there's still unconfirmed balance

12 hours I think


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 27, 2017, 05:16:54 AM
Why so long to switch balances to confirmed? mining for 6 hours there's still unconfirmed balance

12 hours I think

Yup, it's defined by the coin, not the pool btw


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: john38474 on March 27, 2017, 05:19:15 PM
Hi

Im mining on your pool and i see a lot of coins at "Round earnings est:" but they dont add up in my balance. Why? Am i doing something wrong? Newbie at mining.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 27, 2017, 05:20:38 PM
Hi

Im mining on your pool and i see a lot of coins at "Round earnings est:" but they dont add up in my balance. Why? Am i doing something wrong? Newbie at mining.

Estimates are estimates.. Usually the round estimates should, if all goes well, your hashrate stays stable etc. end up in your unconfirmed balance after the round. And after approx 24h they should finally end up in your confirmend balance which is then available for withdrawal

Check www.whattomine.com for Estimates


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: therteen on March 28, 2017, 12:20:51 PM
Have locked account after entering wrong pin code.
Did not receive any mail with unlocking info. Mesage sending from site (contact us) not work either.
login salyutna#gmail.com


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 28, 2017, 12:22:00 PM
Have locked account after entering wrong pin code.
Did not receive any mail with unlocking info. Mesage sending from site (contact us) not work either.
login salyutna#gmail.com

unlocked


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Xeil on March 31, 2017, 02:23:50 PM
account is blocked. The letter did not come to the post office. What to do?
email avtotgl#gmail.com


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 31, 2017, 02:26:43 PM
account is blocked. The letter did not come to the post office. What to do?
email avtotgl#gmail.com

unlocked ! :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: H0RV4T on March 31, 2017, 08:17:18 PM
hi ocminer,

you dont reply to emails :)

pls unlock account horvat711(at)gmail

ty


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on March 31, 2017, 08:18:29 PM
hi ocminer,

you dont reply to emails :)

pls unlock account horvat711(at)gmail

ty

usually i do really fast, i did not get one from you.

unlocked your account now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: huntingthesnark on April 03, 2017, 03:37:23 PM
Hullo folks, another locked account request - markmayne attt geeemail please. Sent mail through site, checked spam, etc...


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 03, 2017, 03:43:36 PM
Unlocked


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Au-OG on April 05, 2017, 10:57:00 AM
mine got locked too yoriz777@gmail.com, no email sent :(


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 05, 2017, 10:57:53 AM
mine got locked too yoriz777@gmail.com, no email sent :(

unlocked as well :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: startsts on April 06, 2017, 12:11:08 AM
WTF captcha on login? Are you kidding pool's admin??? What the reason is?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 06, 2017, 03:52:14 AM
WTF captcha on login? Are you kidding pool's admin??? What the reason is?

I had lots of brute force attacks on that Pool (that was the main reason for all the locked accounts). It stopped since I enabled the captcha.

I'll disable it again when the dust settles. Is it really so bad? It's the easy variant of recaptcha which should be quick and easy to solve


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: majorlee on April 09, 2017, 01:28:00 AM
whats the biggest pool where DECRED miners go to be a 49er?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 09, 2017, 07:22:22 AM
I've lowered confirmations to 40 now.. So you'll get your coins almost instantly considering the usual 258 confirmations for this coin


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: matmator on April 09, 2017, 08:41:03 AM
Hello

I do not understand what to put in the command line for the DCR?

Do not put wallet address?

Login and pass the pool account?

i use claymore :

EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x242a8722fE288FCA7eF03b627D0C78799166C695/PC/bgs.mathieu59@gmail.com -dpool stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2252  -dwal DskqH7NwywxaaYENnQt6kBz28aBzKUUdFjb.PC -dpsw x -allpools 1 -r 1 -dcri 30


command ok ?


DCR share rejected ................ ???


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 09, 2017, 09:27:12 AM
Hello

I do not understand what to put in the command line for the DCR?

Do not put wallet address?

Login and pass the pool account?

i use claymore :

EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x242a8722fE288FCA7eF03b627D0C78799166C695/PC/bgs.mathieu59@gmail.com -dpool stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2252  -dwal DskqH7NwywxaaYENnQt6kBz28aBzKUUdFjb.PC -dpsw x -allpools 1 -r 1 -dcri 30


command ok ?


DCR share rejected ................ ???

You need to register an account and setup a new worker at https://dcr.suprnova.cc and then use your worker for mining like this:

EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x242a8722fE288FCA7eF03b627D0C78799166C695/PC/bgs.mathieu59@gmail.com -dpool stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2252  -dwal yourusername.yourworkername -dpsw x -allpools 1 -r 1 -dcri 30



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: gondel on April 09, 2017, 02:13:14 PM
The pool is showing 0 hash rate, what is happening?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ahsbqt on April 09, 2017, 02:17:33 PM
Same here


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: batko on April 09, 2017, 02:34:41 PM
suprnova sucks!!!


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 09, 2017, 02:35:54 PM
I saw there was a DDOS which targeted the stratum's, fixed now and 50% Bonus for the next 10 blocks.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: changesl on April 11, 2017, 01:32:40 PM
I saw there was a DDOS which targeted the stratum's, fixed now and 50% Bonus for the next 10 blocks.

Hello, pls help unlock my account,  sc2plu@qq.com , I posted my request by website email, have not received your reply

Thank you.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 11, 2017, 01:33:32 PM
unlocked !


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 11, 2017, 07:49:14 PM
@ocminer
Is there any proxy that I can use with your pool?

I tried this one https://github.com/bitbandi/decred-proxy ...  it took me some time to figure out the fucked-up dependencies of go-ethereum before I was able to build it just to discover that it doesn't seem to support stratum to the pool and even with getwork it gives me this "Error while refreshing block template on SuprnovaHTTP: unexpected end of JSON input" constantly.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 11, 2017, 07:50:17 PM
@ocminer
Is there any proxy that I can use with your pool?

I tried this one https://github.com/bitbandi/decred-proxy ...  it took me some time to figure out the fucked-up dependencies of go-ethereum before I was able to build it just to discover that it doesn't seem to support stratum to the pool and even with getwork it gives me this "Error while refreshing block template on SuprnovaHTTP: unexpected end of JSON input" constantly.

hmm, i'm not sure yet, I'll have to take a look at that decred-proxy from bitbandi there myself.

you want to point all your rigs to the proxy and then to the pool, right ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 11, 2017, 08:14:23 PM
@ocminer
Is there any proxy that I can use with your pool?

I tried this one https://github.com/bitbandi/decred-proxy ...  it took me some time to figure out the fucked-up dependencies of go-ethereum before I was able to build it just to discover that it doesn't seem to support stratum to the pool and even with getwork it gives me this "Error while refreshing block template on SuprnovaHTTP: unexpected end of JSON input" constantly.

hmm, i'm not sure yet, I'll have to take a look at that decred-proxy from bitbandi there myself.

you want to point all your rigs to the proxy and then to the pool, right ?
Yep.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 11, 2017, 08:17:19 PM
@ocminer
Is there any proxy that I can use with your pool?

I tried this one https://github.com/bitbandi/decred-proxy ...  it took me some time to figure out the fucked-up dependencies of go-ethereum before I was able to build it just to discover that it doesn't seem to support stratum to the pool and even with getwork it gives me this "Error while refreshing block template on SuprnovaHTTP: unexpected end of JSON input" constantly.

hmm, i'm not sure yet, I'll have to take a look at that decred-proxy from bitbandi there myself.

you want to point all your rigs to the proxy and then to the pool, right ?
Yep.

Hmm actually that proxy works for me.. Though it's hopelessly obsolete as it hasn't got stratum implemented.

Which URL did you use for the proxy ? http://dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:9111 should work fine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 12, 2017, 11:35:52 AM
@ocminer
Is there any proxy that I can use with your pool?

I tried this one https://github.com/bitbandi/decred-proxy ...  it took me some time to figure out the fucked-up dependencies of go-ethereum before I was able to build it just to discover that it doesn't seem to support stratum to the pool and even with getwork it gives me this "Error while refreshing block template on SuprnovaHTTP: unexpected end of JSON input" constantly.

hmm, i'm not sure yet, I'll have to take a look at that decred-proxy from bitbandi there myself.

you want to point all your rigs to the proxy and then to the pool, right ?
Yep.

Hmm actually that proxy works for me.. Though it's hopelessly obsolete as it hasn't got stratum implemented.

Which URL did you use for the proxy ? http://dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:9111 should work fine

yes. this address.

how did you succeed to build this crap? (edit:see my next reply) Last commit was about a year ago...

Also I wonder why isn't there a "universal" stratum mining proxy...? Or at least one that supports the most popular tokens.
That would solve lots of issues for both miners and pools.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 12, 2017, 02:21:37 PM

well... apparently v0.4.5 release can be built with latest eth & dcr dependencies if you fix the util.go like this:

Code:
package util

import (
"math/big"
"math/rand"
"strconv"
"time"

"github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/common"
"github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/common/math"
)

var pow256 = math.BigPow(2, 256)

func Random() string {
min := int64(100000000000000)
max := int64(999999999999999)
n := rand.Int63n(max-min+1) + min
return strconv.FormatInt(n, 10)
}

func MakeTimestamp() int64 {
return time.Now().UnixNano() / int64(time.Millisecond)
}

func MakeTargetHex(minerDifficulty float64) string {
minerAdjustedDifficulty := int64(minerDifficulty * 1000000 * 100)
difficulty := big.NewInt(minerAdjustedDifficulty)
diff1 := new(big.Int).Div(pow256, difficulty)
return string(common.ToHex(diff1.Bytes()))
}

func TargetHexToDiff(targetHex string) *big.Int {
targetBytes := common.FromHex(targetHex)
return new(big.Int).Div(pow256, new(big.Int).SetBytes(targetBytes))
}

But it still gives me this shit:

https://s7.postimg.org/5eatj67zf/dcrpr-spr.png


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 12, 2017, 02:22:45 PM
Hmm weird.. I've got an ancient version ..

I'll try it again tonight and let you know.. But maybe it's more simple to just adapt a python proxy to the stratum stuff.. I'll have a look.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 12, 2017, 02:27:58 PM
Hmm weird.. I've got an ancient version ..

I'll try it again tonight and let you know.. But maybe it's more simple to just adapt a python proxy to the stratum stuff.. I'll have a look.

Thx man! And as I said before, stratum proxy would be awesome :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: gondel on April 14, 2017, 10:43:59 AM
Hi,
Why the pool efficiency here is only 11.5%? And in coinmine is 98.5%?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 14, 2017, 10:59:00 AM
Hi,
Why the pool efficiency here is only 11.5%? And in coinmine is 98.5%?


You have that sometimes (on all pools) when someone hashes with the wrong algo - he'll be automatically banned in a matter of minutes


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: molitar on April 15, 2017, 03:28:20 AM
Can you please add 2FA to the site.. Like Google Authenticator?  As it is I'm going to have to give up on Decred at all.. All pools suck or have no true 2FA security! 

Example of Zpool.ca

OK something is seriously wrong here.. The amount I am suppose to be paid goes down after it showed cleared and total unpaid?  WTF?

DsTCsvgwxveiMEYBEBK7pAAojtekY8oE5af   0.81469557 DCR
13jVbA4FwX34KfCm1M6Thr8BQMWsnbzf4L   0.00003246 BTC

This was from this morning!  Note over 1.274211 is total cleared.  Yet my balance was 0.94941553 DCR  and now it's mysteriously gone down even more to 0.81469557 DCR?   Now anyone explain to me how I am losing DCR when I have not even been paid yet?  This really looks wrong to me!

Last 50 Earnings: DsTCsvgwxveiMEYBEBK7pAAojtekY8oE5af
   Name    Amount    Percent    mBTC    Time    Status
   Decred (decred)   0.795311 DCR   4.155%   5.23140   24h ago   Cleared
   Decred (decred)   0.478900 DCR   2.342%   3.15011   24h ago   Cleared

Balance      0.94941553 DCR

But the cleared is higher than balance?


I really would like to mine this coin but I can't trust any of the pools and the ONLY pool I can trust has no 2FA for security!  Crypto Currency has become hackers dream and I never want to lose coins like happened before due to lack of 2FA.. I lost over 40 ethereum coins back in Nov/Dec :(



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 15, 2017, 06:42:40 AM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: molitar on April 15, 2017, 04:33:09 PM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?

Yes that would be perfect!


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 17, 2017, 02:00:50 PM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?

Yes that would be perfect!

I'm on it, testing it currently, should be available soon.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: gondel on April 23, 2017, 10:05:03 AM
Is the pool down?
My dashboard is not showing my workers and the pool hashrate at all!


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 23, 2017, 10:07:56 AM
Is the pool down?
My dashboard is not showing my workers and the pool hashrate at all!


Hmm, nope, all good here.

My workers are shown perfectly and I also see pool hash, balance etc.

There was a DNS update 2-3 days ago, maybe you're still having the old ip entry in your cache? Try using Google's DNS 8.8.8.8 and try again

EDIT:

Found the error on my side ! Fixed, many thanks for info !


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on April 23, 2017, 03:08:28 PM
Main Decred pool is dcr.suprnova.cc:2252
DCR: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 23, 2017, 03:11:16 PM
Main Decred pool is dcr.suprnova.cc:2252
DCR: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...



Check
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1290358.msg18708724#new


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 23, 2017, 07:54:31 PM
Pool has been updated to the new mining protocol, all miners have updated versions too, all you need to do is update your miner and point it to the new port.

I've set 0% fee on the pool for all miners for now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: iMish on April 23, 2017, 09:59:59 PM
dcr.suprnova.cc is down


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 23, 2017, 10:00:52 PM
dcr.suprnova.cc is down

i'm sorry it's back up now !

and we've just found a block as well.

0% fee now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: molitar on April 24, 2017, 07:05:06 PM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?

Yes that would be perfect!

I'm on it, testing it currently, should be available soon.

How is the testing going on.  I'm sure you had to put it on hold a bit to get the new V3 stake for Decred fixed up.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 24, 2017, 07:06:00 PM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?

Yes that would be perfect!

I'm on it, testing it currently, should be available soon.

How is the testing going on.  I'm sure you had to put it on hold a bit to get the new V3 stake for Decred fixed up.

Yes I had to get v3 working first.

I'm back on it - it's not so easy as thought, where would you like to have it ? right when you log-in or when you withdraw / edit profile etc ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: StelioKontos on April 25, 2017, 07:01:44 PM
Is this line okay (win10 64bit AMD) with the new port?

sgminer -k decred -o http://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -u Weblogin.Worker -p WorkerPassword -I 21 -w 64 -g 2

Because I'm getting:

[timestamp] dcr.suprnova.cc asking for inappropriately long nonce2 length 12
[timestamp] Not attempint to submit shared

And from the dashboard:

https://dcr.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=dashboard

all the graphs are empty, only "Round progress" is moving and my worker is not showing.

Not having all these issues with zdash.suprnova.cc to say.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 25, 2017, 07:02:43 PM
Is this line okay (win10 64bit AMD) with the new port?

sgminer -k decred -o http://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -u Weblogin.Worker -p WorkerPassword -I 21 -w 64 -g 2

Because I'm getting:

[timestamp] dcr.suprnova.cc asking for inappropriately long nonce2 length 12
[timestamp] Not attempint to submit shared

And from the dashboard:

https://dcr.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=dashboard

all the graphs are empty, only "Round progress" is moving.

Not having all these issues with zdash.suprnova.cc to say.


Nope, sgminer uses port 3256 (it's written in the header and in the getting started page :))


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: StelioKontos on April 25, 2017, 07:09:41 PM
ok thanks but in getting started it's written 2255 also


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 25, 2017, 07:11:02 PM
ok thanks but in getting started it's written 2255 also

should work as well, just takes a little more time until you get the first share


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: DanWalker on April 25, 2017, 07:41:49 PM
is working fine for me , with cuda.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 25, 2017, 07:42:18 PM
is working fine for me , with cuda.

Yes, CUDA uses a different port than AMD


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: molitar on April 25, 2017, 10:08:50 PM
I'm sorry for your bad experience with zpool, however this is not the support thread for zpool.

What kind of 2FA would you like? Google Authenticator?

Yes that would be perfect!

I'm on it, testing it currently, should be available soon.

How is the testing going on.  I'm sure you had to put it on hold a bit to get the new V3 stake for Decred fixed up.

Yes I had to get v3 working first.

I'm back on it - it's not so easy as thought, where would you like to have it ? right when you log-in or when you withdraw / edit profile etc ?

I think it's best for payouts.  Coinotron just does it for payout so can easily leave cookies for logging onto site to check status but if making a payout request, unlock request, or wallet address change make it require the 2FA.  Once that is implemented you can pretty much leave lock out mostly automated as it will require 2FA for those who use it and much safer than email :)  Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: pornluver on April 26, 2017, 07:47:34 AM
is the pool running now?

I tried to run this exact command

ethdcrminer64.exe -epool eth.suprnova.cc:5005 -ewal suprnova.1 -epsw x -esm 3 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal suprnova.1 -dpsw x -allpools 1

It often gives some bad connection and json ethdcrminer can't read.

I also tried

Bin\Ethash-Claymore\EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool europe.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17020 -ewal pornluver.multipoolminer -epsw x -esm 3 -allpools 1 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal pornluver.decred -dpsw x -dcoin dcr -dcri 30

All my shares are rejected.

In multipoolminer and miningpoolhub what's important is our username. Password and worker names are not important. What about in suprnova?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 26, 2017, 07:49:08 AM
is the pool running now?

Yes, it never had any problems


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: pornluver on April 26, 2017, 10:45:35 AM
Code:
17:41:45:862 1dac args: -epool eth.suprnova.cc:5005 -ewal suprnova.1 -epsw x -esm 3 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal suprnova.1 -dpsw x -allpools 1
17:41:45:862 1dac
17:41:45:878 1dac 浜様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様融
17:41:45:878 1dac       Claymore's Dual ETH + DCR/SC/LBC/PASC GPU Miner v8.1     
17:41:45:894 1dac 藩様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様夕
17:41:45:894 1dac
17:41:46:128 1dac ETH: 1 pool is specified
17:41:46:128 1dac Main Ethereum pool is eth.suprnova.cc:5005
17:41:46:144 1dac DCR: 1 pool is specified
17:41:46:159 1dac Main Decred pool is dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: Intel(R) OpenCL
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL initializing...

17:41:46:800 1dac AMD Cards available: 6
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #0: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #0 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #1 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #2 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #3: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #3 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #4: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #4 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:847 1dac GPU #5: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:847 1dac GPU #5 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:847 1dac POOL/SOLO version
17:41:46:847 1dac b255
17:41:46:847 1dac Platform: Windows
17:41:46:972 1dac start building OpenCL program...
17:42:41:537 1dac done
17:42:41:568 1dac GPU #0: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:615 1dac GPU #1: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:662 1dac GPU #2: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:709 1dac GPU #3: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:818 1dac GPU #4: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:881 1dac GPU #5: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:881 1dac cudaGetDeviceCount failed (35, CUDA driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version), probably no CUDA devices
17:42:41:896 1dac No NVIDIA CUDA GPUs detected.
17:42:41:896 1dac Total cards: 6
17:42:42:099 1dac No NVIDIA cards in the list, NVML library will not be used.
17:42:42:240 1dac DUAL MINING MODE ENABLED: ETHEREUM+DECRED

17:42:42:256 1dac ETH: nicehash stratum mode
17:42:42:256 1588 DCR: Stratum - connecting to 'dcr.suprnova.cc' <217.182.138.167> port 3252
17:42:42:271 1dac "-allpools" option is set, default pools can be used for devfee, check "Readme" file for details.
17:42:42:287 1dac Watchdog enabled
17:42:42:287 1dac Remote management (READ-ONLY MODE) is enabled on port 3333
17:42:42:287 1dac

17:42:42:349 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:42:42:490 1588 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["dual 1.0"]}

17:42:42:490 1588 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:42:42:506 1588 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:42:42:506 1588 DCR: Stratum - Connected (dcr.suprnova.cc:3252)
17:42:42:599 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:42:42:615 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:42:42:615 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:42:42:631 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:42:42:724 1588 got 118 bytes
17:42:42:724 1588 buf: {"id":1,"result":[[["mining.notify","deadbeefcafebabe008d020000000000"]],"2290eba1dac2948753da6ff1",12],"error":null}

17:42:42:740 1588 parse packet: 117
17:42:42:756 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:42:974 1588 got 495 bytes
17:42:42:990 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.set_difficulty","params":[8]}
{"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f5","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000707900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","59007970",true]}
{"id":2,"result":true,"error":null}

17:42:43:006 1588 parse packet: 57
17:42:43:006 1588 remove first packet 437
17:42:43:006 1588 new buf size: 437
17:42:43:006 1588 parse packet: 400
17:42:43:021 1588 remove first packet 36
17:42:43:021 1588 new buf size: 36
17:42:43:021 1588 parse packet: 35
17:42:43:021 1588 DCR: Authorized
17:42:43:052 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:47:349 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:52:100 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:56:819 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:56:834 1588 got 402 bytes
17:42:56:834 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f6","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000a77900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","590079a7",false]}

17:42:56:850 1588 parse packet: 401
17:42:56:866 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:56:866 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:42:56 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:42:56:866 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:43:01:553 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:02:022 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:02:022 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x2efd0111215cc30d98bba92bd1dcaefeeed04c3c2bc9f2dde9c554a096f2a19e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:038 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:02:053 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x2efd0111215cc30d98bba92bd1dcaefeeed04c3c2bc9f2dde9c554a096f2a19e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:053 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:02:319 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:02:319 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd903f4c0b38feddbe1d78f75497072e6d3e4003e9825fb4843715ef32395086a","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:335 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:02:350 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd903f4c0b38feddbe1d78f75497072e6d3e4003e9825fb4843715ef32395086a","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:350 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:07:069 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:11:788 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:14:429 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:43:14:429 1dac em hbt: 32312, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
17:43:14:444 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 16
17:43:14:460 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 16
17:43:14:460 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 31
17:43:14:476 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 31
17:43:14:476 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 31
17:43:14:491 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 31
17:43:14:491 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 16
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 16
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 31
17:43:16:523 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:21:242 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:21:242 10e0 ETH: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...
17:43:41:274 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:43:42:539 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:43:42:555 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:43:42:571 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:43:42:571 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:43:43:071 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:43:071 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x0414c999f106b51d6b00592072d88abfc867baa8d5e4119d2aaa37bec18fef3f","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:43:086 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:43:102 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x0414c999f106b51d6b00592072d88abfc867baa8d5e4119d2aaa37bec18fef3f","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:43:102 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:46:961 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:43:46:977 1dac em hbt: 5703, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 31,
17:43:46:977 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 47
17:43:46:993 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 47
17:43:46:993 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 47
17:43:47:040 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 47
17:43:47:821 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:51:915 1588 got 402 bytes
17:43:51:915 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f7","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000de7900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","590079de",false]}

17:43:51:946 1588 parse packet: 401
17:43:51:946 1588 new buf size: 0
17:43:51:946 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:43:51 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:43:51:946 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:43:52:555 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:57:290 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:59:790 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:59:790 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8eb128dc3e94ce72dda14d9387da97d2eabea803a8b97f3dc2098c32aea93aa5","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:59:806 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:59:821 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8eb128dc3e94ce72dda14d9387da97d2eabea803a8b97f3dc2098c32aea93aa5","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:59:821 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:01:509 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:01:509 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:01:525 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:01:540 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:01:540 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:02:587 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:02:587 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:02:587 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:02:603 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:02:603 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:07:322 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:10:291 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:10:291 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xf48a48646522f756d938b0ce65427f4c7aa5669a20843e268c4faae6fcd43582","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:10:306 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:10:322 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xf48a48646522f756d938b0ce65427f4c7aa5669a20843e268c4faae6fcd43582","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:10:322 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:15:056 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:15:056 10e0 ETH: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...
17:44:19:244 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:44:19:260 1dac em hbt: 37985, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 47,
17:44:19:260 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 47
17:44:19:275 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 47
17:44:19:275 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 47
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 47
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 63
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 47
17:44:19:322 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 47
17:44:35:088 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:44:35:323 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:44:35:338 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:44:35:354 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:44:35:354 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:44:40:073 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:43:604 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:43:604 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd6c866bc79f28cf1dc8bc9a246444f5520d192a10f14c386aa035fe4a937bec6","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:620 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:43:636 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd6c866bc79f28cf1dc8bc9a246444f5520d192a10f14c386aa035fe4a937bec6","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:636 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:43:854 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:43:854 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xb50bd644ecd022ec9ee5d89a91dfc76983357d310571f0587ac2118d99e8c496","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:870 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:43:886 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xb50bd644ecd022ec9ee5d89a91dfc76983357d310571f0587ac2118d99e8c496","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:886 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:46:980 1588 got 402 bytes
17:44:46:980 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f8","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000157a00590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","59007a15",false]}

17:44:46:995 1588 parse packet: 401
17:44:47:011 1588 new buf size: 0
17:44:47:011 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:44:47 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:44:47:026 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:44:48:620 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:51:417 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:44:51:417 1dac em hbt: 16328, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 31,
17:44:51:433 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 62
17:44:51:449 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time -32
17:44:51:480 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 62
17:44:51:480 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 62
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time -63
17:44:53:402 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:53:589 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:53:589 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8a528d933a1ae8a448fd2b72e501974467a65408dd087b262f7e82747d70fe9e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:53:605 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:56:433 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8a528d933a1ae8a448fd2b72e501974467a65408dd087b262f7e82747d70fe9e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:56:449 10e0 new buf size: 0

I mined just fine at miningpoolhub. Now I tried to mine at suprnova.cc I have these problems


I only need to double mine dcr because miningpoolhub does not have it.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on April 26, 2017, 11:12:34 AM
Code:
17:41:45:862 1dac args: -epool eth.suprnova.cc:5005 -ewal suprnova.1 -epsw x -esm 3 -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal suprnova.1 -dpsw x -allpools 1
17:41:45:862 1dac
17:41:45:878 1dac 浜様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様融
17:41:45:878 1dac       Claymore's Dual ETH + DCR/SC/LBC/PASC GPU Miner v8.1     
17:41:45:894 1dac 藩様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様様夕
17:41:45:894 1dac
17:41:46:128 1dac ETH: 1 pool is specified
17:41:46:128 1dac Main Ethereum pool is eth.suprnova.cc:5005
17:41:46:144 1dac DCR: 1 pool is specified
17:41:46:159 1dac Main Decred pool is dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: Intel(R) OpenCL
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
17:41:46:800 1dac OpenCL initializing...

17:41:46:800 1dac AMD Cards available: 6
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #0: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #0 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #1: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #1 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:816 1dac GPU #2: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #2 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #3: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #3 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #4: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:831 1dac GPU #4 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:847 1dac GPU #5: Ellesmere, 4096 MB available, 36 compute units
17:41:46:847 1dac GPU #5 recognized as Radeon RX 480
17:41:46:847 1dac POOL/SOLO version
17:41:46:847 1dac b255
17:41:46:847 1dac Platform: Windows
17:41:46:972 1dac start building OpenCL program...
17:42:41:537 1dac done
17:42:41:568 1dac GPU #0: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:615 1dac GPU #1: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:662 1dac GPU #2: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:709 1dac GPU #3: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:818 1dac GPU #4: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:881 1dac GPU #5: set -etha as 0 (ETH algo for fast cards)
17:42:41:881 1dac cudaGetDeviceCount failed (35, CUDA driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version), probably no CUDA devices
17:42:41:896 1dac No NVIDIA CUDA GPUs detected.
17:42:41:896 1dac Total cards: 6
17:42:42:099 1dac No NVIDIA cards in the list, NVML library will not be used.
17:42:42:240 1dac DUAL MINING MODE ENABLED: ETHEREUM+DECRED

17:42:42:256 1dac ETH: nicehash stratum mode
17:42:42:256 1588 DCR: Stratum - connecting to 'dcr.suprnova.cc' <217.182.138.167> port 3252
17:42:42:271 1dac "-allpools" option is set, default pools can be used for devfee, check "Readme" file for details.
17:42:42:287 1dac Watchdog enabled
17:42:42:287 1dac Remote management (READ-ONLY MODE) is enabled on port 3333
17:42:42:287 1dac

17:42:42:349 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:42:42:490 1588 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["dual 1.0"]}

17:42:42:490 1588 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:42:42:506 1588 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:42:42:506 1588 DCR: Stratum - Connected (dcr.suprnova.cc:3252)
17:42:42:599 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:42:42:615 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:42:42:615 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:42:42:631 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:42:42:724 1588 got 118 bytes
17:42:42:724 1588 buf: {"id":1,"result":[[["mining.notify","deadbeefcafebabe008d020000000000"]],"2290eba1dac2948753da6ff1",12],"error":null}

17:42:42:740 1588 parse packet: 117
17:42:42:756 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:42:974 1588 got 495 bytes
17:42:42:990 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.set_difficulty","params":[8]}
{"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f5","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000707900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","59007970",true]}
{"id":2,"result":true,"error":null}

17:42:43:006 1588 parse packet: 57
17:42:43:006 1588 remove first packet 437
17:42:43:006 1588 new buf size: 437
17:42:43:006 1588 parse packet: 400
17:42:43:021 1588 remove first packet 36
17:42:43:021 1588 new buf size: 36
17:42:43:021 1588 parse packet: 35
17:42:43:021 1588 DCR: Authorized
17:42:43:052 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:47:349 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:52:100 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:56:819 10e0 checkread timeout
17:42:56:834 1588 got 402 bytes
17:42:56:834 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f6","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000a77900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","590079a7",false]}

17:42:56:850 1588 parse packet: 401
17:42:56:866 1588 new buf size: 0
17:42:56:866 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:42:56 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:42:56:866 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:43:01:553 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:02:022 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:02:022 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x2efd0111215cc30d98bba92bd1dcaefeeed04c3c2bc9f2dde9c554a096f2a19e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:038 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:02:053 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x2efd0111215cc30d98bba92bd1dcaefeeed04c3c2bc9f2dde9c554a096f2a19e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:053 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:02:319 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:02:319 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd903f4c0b38feddbe1d78f75497072e6d3e4003e9825fb4843715ef32395086a","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:335 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:02:350 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd903f4c0b38feddbe1d78f75497072e6d3e4003e9825fb4843715ef32395086a","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:02:350 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:07:069 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:11:788 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:14:429 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:43:14:429 1dac em hbt: 32312, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
17:43:14:444 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 16
17:43:14:460 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 16
17:43:14:460 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 31
17:43:14:476 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 31
17:43:14:476 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 31
17:43:14:491 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 31
17:43:14:491 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 16
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 16
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 31
17:43:14:507 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 31
17:43:16:523 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:21:242 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:21:242 10e0 ETH: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...
17:43:41:274 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:43:42:539 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:43:42:555 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:43:42:571 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:43:42:571 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:43:43:071 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:43:071 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x0414c999f106b51d6b00592072d88abfc867baa8d5e4119d2aaa37bec18fef3f","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:43:086 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:43:102 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x0414c999f106b51d6b00592072d88abfc867baa8d5e4119d2aaa37bec18fef3f","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:43:102 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:43:46:961 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:43:46:977 1dac em hbt: 5703, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 31,
17:43:46:977 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 47
17:43:46:993 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 47
17:43:46:993 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 47
17:43:47:008 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 47
17:43:47:024 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 47
17:43:47:040 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 47
17:43:47:821 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:51:915 1588 got 402 bytes
17:43:51:915 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f7","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000de7900590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","590079de",false]}

17:43:51:946 1588 parse packet: 401
17:43:51:946 1588 new buf size: 0
17:43:51:946 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:43:51 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:43:51:946 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:43:52:555 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:57:290 10e0 checkread timeout
17:43:59:790 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:43:59:790 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8eb128dc3e94ce72dda14d9387da97d2eabea803a8b97f3dc2098c32aea93aa5","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:59:806 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:43:59:821 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8eb128dc3e94ce72dda14d9387da97d2eabea803a8b97f3dc2098c32aea93aa5","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:43:59:821 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:01:509 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:01:509 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:01:525 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:01:540 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:01:540 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:02:587 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:02:587 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:02:587 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:02:603 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x33a07d835b9a7583f431b824aec4a0608337bd9c46daa857e511c49cf5f06492","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:02:603 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:07:322 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:10:291 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:10:291 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xf48a48646522f756d938b0ce65427f4c7aa5669a20843e268c4faae6fcd43582","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:10:306 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:10:322 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xf48a48646522f756d938b0ce65427f4c7aa5669a20843e268c4faae6fcd43582","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:10:322 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:15:056 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:15:056 10e0 ETH: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...
17:44:19:244 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:44:19:260 1dac em hbt: 37985, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 47,
17:44:19:260 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 47
17:44:19:275 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 47
17:44:19:275 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 47
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 47
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time 63
17:44:19:291 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time 47
17:44:19:307 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time 47
17:44:19:322 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time 47
17:44:35:088 10e0 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'eth.suprnova.cc' <149.202.76.194> port 5005
17:44:35:323 10e0 send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["MinerName/1.0.0", "EthereumStratum/1.0.0"]}

17:44:35:338 10e0 send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

17:44:35:354 10e0 send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["suprnova.1","x"]}

17:44:35:354 10e0 ETH: Stratum - Connected (eth.suprnova.cc:5005)
17:44:40:073 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:43:604 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:43:604 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd6c866bc79f28cf1dc8bc9a246444f5520d192a10f14c386aa035fe4a937bec6","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:620 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:43:636 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd6c866bc79f28cf1dc8bc9a246444f5520d192a10f14c386aa035fe4a937bec6","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:636 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:43:854 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:43:854 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xb50bd644ecd022ec9ee5d89a91dfc76983357d310571f0587ac2118d99e8c496","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:870 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:43:886 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xb50bd644ecd022ec9ee5d89a91dfc76983357d310571f0587ac2118d99e8c496","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:43:886 10e0 new buf size: 0
17:44:46:980 1588 got 402 bytes
17:44:46:980 1588 buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["28f8","5921ee892bd91a39a354978ab5d4d79a3bf0d103c6563777000000b900000000","7a43bbf4ba6410d34e06cb618c70610d1091f6098e5ae46c1479bba3835a146336fa5bcacf1cdabec8632eaf3b04e2648212c5f5be572de3dd2c2713999de49c010070c25340c36b0400000039a700000d21021a9c43bd9102000000bff3010014510000157a00590000000000000000","03000000",[],"03000000","1a02210d","59007a15",false]}

17:44:46:995 1588 parse packet: 401
17:44:47:011 1588 new buf size: 0
17:44:47:011 1588 DCR: 04/26/17-17:44:47 - New job from dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
17:44:47:026 1588 target: 0x000000001fffe000 (diff: 34GH), block #127935
17:44:48:620 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:51:417 1dac GPU0 t=52C fan=0%
17:44:51:417 1dac em hbt: 16328, dm hbt: 0, fm hbt: 31,
17:44:51:433 1dac watchdog - thread 0, hb time 62
17:44:51:449 1dac watchdog - thread 1, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 2, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 3, hb time 62
17:44:51:464 1dac watchdog - thread 4, hb time -32
17:44:51:480 1dac watchdog - thread 5, hb time 62
17:44:51:480 1dac watchdog - thread 6, hb time 62
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 7, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 8, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 9, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 10, hb time -63
17:44:51:495 1dac watchdog - thread 11, hb time -63
17:44:53:402 10e0 checkread timeout
17:44:53:589 10e0 got 236 bytes
17:44:53:589 10e0 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8a528d933a1ae8a448fd2b72e501974467a65408dd087b262f7e82747d70fe9e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:53:605 10e0 parse packet: 235
17:44:56:433 10e0 Received unknown response: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x8a528d933a1ae8a448fd2b72e501974467a65408dd087b262f7e82747d70fe9e","0x44e0f68f2fdbda787677af3e01f27b6e0b59fa1c14f426ed549b29728829258d","0x00000000ffb34c02420e9948eacd78cf33b059a88ade1ff0614f7f3c303cf3a7"]}

17:44:56:449 10e0 new buf size: 0

I mined just fine at miningpoolhub. Now I tried to mine at suprnova.cc I have these problems


I only need to double mine dcr because miningpoolhub does not have it.

Use mph for eth (or any other pool) and suprnova for dcr and you should be fine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rikee on May 05, 2017, 06:12:41 AM
Hi,
Mine account got locked too
Code:
rile.srbija@gmail.com
No email sent :(
Thanks in advance


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 05, 2017, 07:57:02 AM
Hi,
Mine account got locked too
Code:
rile.srbija@gmail.com
No email sent :(
Thanks in advance

OK, unlocked


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: huynhlong2606 on May 22, 2017, 01:48:10 PM
mine got locked too
trausbteam@gmail.com, no email sent .
Thx.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ssong on May 22, 2017, 01:54:57 PM
mine got locked as well.. Kinda gave up on it for a while until I found this today.

sangyoon.song@gmail.com

no email sent, tried resetting password, and still no email for that either.

Thanks!



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 22, 2017, 01:58:06 PM
mine got locked too
trausbteam@gmail.com, no email sent .
Thx.
mine got locked as well.. Kinda gave up on it for a while until I found this today.

sangyoon.song@gmail.com

no email sent, tried resetting password, and still no email for that either.

Thanks!



both unlocked


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 07, 2017, 02:46:33 PM
account locked

ethereumpy<.#.>gmail.com

please unclock

looks unlocked to me :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rampage999 on June 12, 2017, 09:18:03 AM
Hi there,

so what's the pool fee at the moment?
Didn't spot it on the site page


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 12, 2017, 09:37:21 AM
Hi there,

so what's the pool fee at the moment?
Didn't spot it on the site page

1%


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: deepcolderwallet on June 19, 2017, 12:37:42 PM
Why do we have to register to your pool? Is this pool AML/KYC compliant?  ;D ;D ;D :D :D :D
Wouldn't a DCR address be enough to mine there?

EDIT: typo


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 19, 2017, 12:41:31 PM
Why do we have to register to your pool? Is this pool AML/KYC compliant?  ;D ;D ;D :D :D :D
Wouldn't an DCR address be enough to mine there?

I'll add anonymous mining soon, until then please setup an account


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: BadAstroZA on June 19, 2017, 12:42:22 PM
Hmmmm, so my hashrate according to the site is 836.97MH/s but claymore is consistently around 1005MH/s - is this anything too worry about?

Also my efficiency is about 93%... Is this a problem? Anything I can do to increase it?

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: deepcolderwallet on June 19, 2017, 09:44:55 PM
Why do we have to register to your pool? Is this pool AML/KYC compliant?  ;D ;D ;D :D :D :D
Wouldn't an DCR address be enough to mine there?

I'll add anonymous mining soon, until then please setup an account

I guess I'll wait. Please let us know when.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: deepcolderwallet on June 20, 2017, 02:45:39 PM
Is there any pool where you can mine decred without registering?
Does anyone know?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 20, 2017, 02:54:49 PM
Is there any pool where you can mine decred without registering?
Does anyone know?


I'll try to implement that over the weekend, however, you can just register with any throw-away email address and a random username.. you don't need to enter any private data or so.. I don't really see whats so bad about registering :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: sedde on June 24, 2017, 07:44:29 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 24, 2017, 07:46:55 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: sedde on June 24, 2017, 07:51:23 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 24, 2017, 07:55:58 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game

Use the password Field for your miner.

d=16 as password for example sets a static diff of 16


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: sedde on June 24, 2017, 08:04:52 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game

Use the password Field for your miner.

d=16 as password for example sets a static diff of 16

I didnt quite get that, can you be more specific ?
I got 2 workers now, because my main rig is running 7 cards and the other is running 1 card, until my m.2 to pcie gets here.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 24, 2017, 08:06:14 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game

Use the password Field for your miner.

d=16 as password for example sets a static diff of 16

I didnt quite get that, can you be more specific ?
I got 2 workers now, because my main rig is running 7 cards and the other is running 1 card, until my m.2 to pcie gets here.

You launch your miner with something similar like this:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p x

Now you'd start it with:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p d=16

to get a static diff of 16


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: sedde on June 24, 2017, 08:11:49 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game

Use the password Field for your miner.

d=16 as password for example sets a static diff of 16

I didnt quite get that, can you be more specific ?
I got 2 workers now, because my main rig is running 7 cards and the other is running 1 card, until my m.2 to pcie gets here.

You launch your miner with something similar like this:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p x

Now you'd start it with:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p d=16

to get a static diff of 16

Hey, thanks for helping. Do i have to change the password on your website for the miner as well or leave it like it is ? I am using claymore to dual mine, not ccminer. So in the password field instead of x, i use d=16 right?

Should i make it more than 16 or is it ok ?
Should i do it for both miners or only the strong one ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on June 24, 2017, 08:13:13 PM
I got 8 cards that do 950mh/s each and i got huge fluctuations on the account information on the website.

Sometimes it shows 11000mh/s which cannot be right, and some times it goes down to 2000mh/s.

My cards are running stable with no reboots or anything, is there something i am doing wrong ?



Leave the dashboard open a bit - it should stabilize after 10-15 minutes - the graph should get more flat.

You can also try to specify static diff. Set the diff so that you submit one share about every 10-15 sec.

After all, hashrate itself doesn't count so much, it's the accumulated difficulty of your shares / block which makes the payout, so don't give too much attention to fliuctuations, they're more or less normal.

How can i specify static diff? Sorry i am new to the game

Use the password Field for your miner.

d=16 as password for example sets a static diff of 16

I didnt quite get that, can you be more specific ?
I got 2 workers now, because my main rig is running 7 cards and the other is running 1 card, until my m.2 to pcie gets here.

You launch your miner with something similar like this:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p x

Now you'd start it with:

ccminer -o stratum+tcp://dcr.surpnova.cc:3252 -u myusername.myworkername -p d=16

to get a static diff of 16

Hey, thanks for helping. Do i have to change the password on your website for the miner as well or leave it like it is ? I am using claymore to dual mine, not ccminer. So in the password field instead of x, i use d=16 right?

Should i make it more than 16 or is it ok ?
Should i do it for both miners or only the strong one ?

You can leave the password on the pool like it is - no problem.

Make it so, that claymore submits one share every 10-15 seconds.


Title: Worker not showing up?
Post by: Culture on July 08, 2017, 04:10:25 PM
Sorry for the support question - but I have four workers running now, only 3 are shown on the dashboard as if the 4th does not exist.  It's communicating with the pool no problem, shares accepted, etc. 

I have 8 workers set up in my account, (only 4 operating right now) and on the worker page only 3 are showing as orange, and with "active" flag.  Any ideas?  They are all using the same Claymore configuration...


Title: Re: Worker not showing up?
Post by: ocminer on July 08, 2017, 05:36:28 PM
Sorry for the support question - but I have four workers running now, only 3 are shown on the dashboard as if the 4th does not exist.  It's communicating with the pool no problem, shares accepted, etc. 

I have 8 workers set up in my account, (only 4 operating right now) and on the worker page only 3 are showing as orange, and with "active" flag.  Any ideas?  They are all using the same Claymore configuration...

Create a new worker and use it for the missing rig


Title: Re: Worker not showing up?
Post by: Culture on July 09, 2017, 04:04:19 AM
Sorry for the support question - but I have four workers running now, only 3 are shown on the dashboard as if the 4th does not exist.  It's communicating with the pool no problem, shares accepted, etc. 

I have 8 workers set up in my account, (only 4 operating right now) and on the worker page only 3 are showing as orange, and with "active" flag.  Any ideas?  They are all using the same Claymore configuration...

Create a new worker and use it for the missing rig

That seems to have done it - thank you! 

Is it true that a new worker can be created simply by mining with a new worker name, or must the worker-name be created first?


Title: Re: Worker not showing up?
Post by: ocminer on July 09, 2017, 06:32:29 AM
Sorry for the support question - but I have four workers running now, only 3 are shown on the dashboard as if the 4th does not exist.  It's communicating with the pool no problem, shares accepted, etc. 

I have 8 workers set up in my account, (only 4 operating right now) and on the worker page only 3 are showing as orange, and with "active" flag.  Any ideas?  They are all using the same Claymore configuration...

Create a new worker and use it for the missing rig

That seems to have done it - thank you! 

Is it true that a new worker can be created simply by mining with a new worker name, or must the worker-name be created first?

You have to manually create it first. don't simply mine with it


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 10, 2017, 02:09:45 PM
Unlock it at https://unlock.suprnova.cc


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ZepaniZeppos on July 10, 2017, 05:26:36 PM
Unlock it at https://unlock.suprnova.cc
Hello ocminer,

I need help on XMR.suprnova.cc regarding an unpaid payout. I have sent a personal message over a week ago so today I have sent a new one for help. I am missing a payout of around 1 XMR (auto payout) and no txid was given

Thank you ocminer for this great pool


Title: Android application for suprnova.cc
Post by: buffy007 on July 12, 2017, 03:06:17 PM
Hi all,

we made android monitor for suprnova pools. if you want, please try it. we didn't test all altcoins. If you give us some feedback, would be nice.

Thanks a lot.

Bitcointalk topic:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2016688.0

Download:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=xyz.cryptomines.suprnova


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: BLNT on July 16, 2017, 11:56:48 AM
I just started dual mining (ETH + DCR) yesterday. I set up an auto transfer to Poloniex,  placed my deposit address (for DCR) from them into the Payment Address on Suprnova... put in place for every 0.1 DCR earned.

That's been a couple of hours now, and it does not show on Poloniex. When I go to the transaction information at decred.org it shows 28 "Confirmations". Is this towards the 40 "blocks" which are referenced, after which I should expect to see it show up in my Poloniex account?

--------------

Also, under the dashboard --- I think I need a glossary here !!!

> How long is an average "round" (I've looked at the ROUND PROGRESS several times yesterday and today, and it's always between 2-3%)

> "Round Earnings Estimate" - what's that mean, to me? These numbers seem to fluctuate  significantly.

> Under "Last Found Block"... what is meant by the heading "luck"?

I show earnings of .5 DCR since yesterday afternoon, yet only one (.1) deposit is apparently in the works as of a couple of hours ago. What timetable should I normally expect?

THANKS !


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 16, 2017, 12:21:13 PM
From what I currently see, it seems that poloniex didn't do the mandatory update which was announced a few weeks ago and they ended up on a fork where payments from the pool don't go through obviously. Once they upgrade it should be fine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: BLNT on July 16, 2017, 01:11:12 PM
From what I currently see, it seems that poloniex didn't do the mandatory update which was announced a few weeks ago and they ended up on a fork where payments from the pool don't go through obviously. Once they upgrade it should be fine

So I'm the "guy in the middle", and possess no $  ? !!

What's this "mandatory update" you're referring to, and why would a place of their stature not implement it?

I'm also interested in your reply to my other questions.

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: BLNT on July 16, 2017, 01:58:03 PM
Better to deposit mined proceeds to a Decred wallet?

It adds another step, but if it gets there, well....  !!

So, my .1 (or just shy of that) Decred which was enroute to Poloniex... that's in limbo until they do something... whenever that occurs (weeks/months/never)??

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: BLNT on July 16, 2017, 03:38:05 PM
Better to deposit mined proceeds to a Decred wallet?

It adds another step, but if it gets there, well....  !!

So, my .1 (or just shy of that) Decred which was enroute to Poloniex... that's in limbo until they do something... whenever that occurs (weeks/months/never)??

Thanks

Well... there's another .1 DCR off to the abyss (transferred to Poloniex before I made a change)

Changed my payment address to a decred wallet.

Not that it's AT ALL big bucks, but what about my .2 DCR which is somewhere in the virtual world.

Thanks


Title: Decredpool.org?
Post by: Flame_ on July 25, 2017, 06:33:35 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo


Title: Re: Decredpool.org?
Post by: ocminer on July 25, 2017, 06:47:58 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo

Nope, they just bought my code, that's all


Title: Re: Decredpool.org?
Post by: Flame_ on July 25, 2017, 07:56:03 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo

Nope, they just bought my code, that's all

That actually smells fishy. Why would you "buy" a mining pool code just to setup a 0% fee pool.


Title: Re: Decredpool.org?
Post by: ocminer on July 25, 2017, 07:58:27 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo

Nope, they just bought my code, that's all

That actually smells fishy. Why would you "buy" a mining pool code just to setup a 0% fee pool.

At the time they bought it, it wasn't expensive and I didn't had the feeling there's something fishy. Just drop them a mail or so if you're having trouble with them


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on July 27, 2017, 07:52:40 PM
@ocminer
It seems that for the last month or so the workers and stats numbers populating dashboard are extremely slow. Sometimes it seems that it can take few minutes for data to appear. Are you aware of this issue?
(not that it's critical in any way - just very annoying )


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 27, 2017, 08:28:06 PM
@ocminer
It seems that for the last month or so the workers and stats numbers populating dashboard are extremely slow. Sometimes it seems that it can take few minutes for data to appear. Are you aware of this issue?
(not that it's critical in any way - just very annoying )


Yes, I'm aware and working on it already.. need some load balancing on the API. Soon :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on July 28, 2017, 07:22:13 AM
cool. somehow I had a feeling you are on top of this. :)

btw few months back we spoke about decred proxy and you said you'd check what could be done in this regard. any updates on that?




Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: EthereumPY on July 30, 2017, 03:13:31 PM
ocminer,
i have been mining decred within 25 hours at your pool but the total coin round+unconfirmed+confirmed only reach like 30% of the whattomine.com forecast with the exact amount of Blake (14r) hashrate.
any problem with the pool right now ?
 


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 30, 2017, 03:18:19 PM
ocminer,
i have been mining decred within 25 hours at your pool but the total coin round+unconfirmed+confirmed only reach like 30% of the whattomine.com forecast with the exact amount of Blake (14r) hashrate.
any problem with the pool right now ?
 

Nope, all good. Luck is okay too, make sure you actually see the hashrate on the dashboard which your rigs are mining with


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: javierabadie on July 31, 2017, 03:06:32 PM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 31, 2017, 03:40:23 PM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.

I've already replied to you via email already but it seems you didn't get it..

The pool won't pay if your balance is below the threshold (that's why it's called threshold).. so something is obviously wrong on your side


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: javierabadie on July 31, 2017, 09:36:42 PM
You don't follow me.

I setup to 0.5. I mine 0.5 with my workers. When I receive the payment I don't receive 0.5, I just receive 0.15, so.. 0.35 of fees.

That's the problem.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on July 31, 2017, 09:38:56 PM
You don't follow me.

I setup to 0.5. I mine 0.5 with my workers. When I receive the payment I don't receive 0.5, I just receive 0.15, so.. 0.35 of fees.

That's the problem.

Thats impossible and a ridiculous high fee :)

Check your Transactions, you have a "Credit" and a "Debit" Transaction in "Edit Account" -> "Transactions" - you can see every amount there.

I assume you probably did a manual payment instead of a automatic and therefore simply withdrew before you hit the 0.5 threshold. Some people misinterpret unconfirmed and confirmed coins.. round estimates etc


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on August 01, 2017, 07:09:12 AM
@ocminer
Is it possible that you missed my question or you've just changed your mind on the issue? ...or whatever

Hmm weird.. I've got an ancient version ..

I'll try it again tonight and let you know.. But maybe it's more simple to just adapt a python proxy to the stratum stuff.. I'll have a look.

Please let me know if dcr proxy working with your pool is something that you can make available.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on August 01, 2017, 07:10:19 AM
@ocminer
Is it possible that you missed my question or you've just changed your mind on the issue? ...or whatever

Hmm weird.. I've got an ancient version ..

I'll try it again tonight and let you know.. But maybe it's more simple to just adapt a python proxy to the stratum stuff.. I'll have a look.

Please let me know if dcr proxy working with your pool is something that you can make available.

Oh sorry I missed the question, I'm still on it, maybe I can iron out the last issues on the weekend, i'm having some issues with the python stuff but hope I can figure it out


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on August 01, 2017, 11:35:28 AM
... I'm still on it, maybe I can iron out the last issues on the weekend, i'm having some issues with the python stuff but hope I can figure it out

This is really good to hear. Stratum for DCR would be very useful.
I'm also very much impressed by your 'responsiveness' - you're an outstanding member of the community!
Can I vote somewhere for you or something :)  


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: whittle on August 01, 2017, 04:24:27 PM
Hello
I'm new here..

Best Pool for mining?

I am using  dcr.suprnova.cc:3252


Title: Re: Decredpool.org?
Post by: Flame_ on August 01, 2017, 09:36:06 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo

Nope, they just bought my code, that's all

That actually smells fishy. Why would you "buy" a mining pool code just to setup a 0% fee pool.

At the time they bought it, it wasn't expensive and I didn't had the feeling there's something fishy. Just drop them a mail or so if you're having trouble with them

Unfortunately they are not so great on responsiveness. I have tried to email them multiple times and there was no answer. But hey, what is the level of SLA you expect from a 0% pool. Anyhow it is off topic here so thanks for all the fish, I think I'm moving to your pool as soon as I hit the payout threshold.


Title: Re: Decredpool.org?
Post by: ocminer on August 01, 2017, 09:38:32 PM
@ocminer

Does Suprnova have any affiliation with decredpool.org? I see that their link is mentioned on Suprnova site and the design is pretty much the same. I'm asking since I see that the earnings over there are significantly lower that I would expect based on WhatToMine. Also on the other hand I see that the pool is down sometimes multiple times a day. Are you in the position to help with decredpool.org also or not so much?

Many thanks in advance

Edit:Typo

Nope, they just bought my code, that's all

That actually smells fishy. Why would you "buy" a mining pool code just to setup a 0% fee pool.

At the time they bought it, it wasn't expensive and I didn't had the feeling there's something fishy. Just drop them a mail or so if you're having trouble with them

Unfortunately they are not so great on responsiveness. I have tried to email them multiple times and there was no answer. But hey, what is the level of SLA you expect from a 0% pool. Anyhow it is off topic here so thanks for all the fish, I think I'm moving to your pool as soon as I hit the payout threshold.

Maybe write them a PM at the decred forums.. they contacted me there for the first time as well, I don't think they're active here. Emails often go into junk, I have that problem as well as many miners use fake names / addresses


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: justchil on August 12, 2017, 09:55:28 PM
For some reason ccminer has been doing this for a couple days now.  I can dual mine on this pc using the same pool/worker.... All my mining rigs would just fine on the same network.  I have tried a different worker and v2.0 / v2.1.  Any ideas?  (win10 fw is off)

[2017-08-12 17:47:30] Starting on stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
[2017-08-12 17:47:30] NVML GPU monitoring enabled.
[2017-08-12 17:47:30] NVAPI GPU monitoring enabled.
[2017-08-12 17:47:30] 1 miner thread started, using 'decred' algorithm.
[2017-08-12 17:47:49] stratum_subscribe timed out
[2017-08-12 17:47:49] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:48:38] stratum_subscribe timed out
[2017-08-12 17:48:38] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:49:29] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to dcr.suprnova.cc port 3252: Timed out
[2017-08-12 17:49:29] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:50:18] stratum_subscribe timed out
[2017-08-12 17:50:18] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:51:08] stratum_subscribe timed out
[2017-08-12 17:51:08] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:51:59] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to dcr.suprnova.cc port 3252: Timed out
[2017-08-12 17:51:59] ...retry after 30 seconds
[2017-08-12 17:52:42] stratum_subscribe timed out
[2017-08-12 17:52:42] ...retry after 30 seconds


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: bigjee on August 16, 2017, 12:40:39 PM
@ocminer.

Another unlock request please.
Please see your PM. Any way to avoid this in the future? Seems to get locked often.
 ::)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on August 16, 2017, 12:44:43 PM
@ocminer.

Another unlock request please.
Please see your PM. Any way to avoid this in the future? Seems to get locked often.
 ::)

Check https://unlock.suprnova.cc

And I've added some extra capacity yesterday so ccminer should work fine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on August 16, 2017, 09:08:22 PM
@ocminer how about that proxy project of yours, any progress?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on August 16, 2017, 09:09:10 PM
@ocminer how about that proxy project of yours, any progress?

still on it.. It's not so easy because it's no standard stratum, but i'm working on it and will let you know when it's finished ASAP


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on August 16, 2017, 09:10:37 PM
@ocminer how about that proxy project of yours, any progress?

still on it.. It's not so easy because it's no standard stratum, but i'm working on it and will let you know when it's finished ASAP

cool. thx:)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: justchil on August 16, 2017, 09:51:59 PM
@ocminer.

Another unlock request please.
Please see your PM. Any way to avoid this in the future? Seems to get locked often.
 ::)

Check https://unlock.suprnova.cc

And I've added some extra capacity yesterday so ccminer should work fine

Thanks! All good now  8)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: bigal10 on August 27, 2017, 07:53:44 PM
hi,

Im trying to mine decred using amd rx480's. I tried cg miner, and sg miner. niether worked. does anyone have any advice on to mine decred (not dual mine)?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: adisuhanGE on September 08, 2017, 01:27:38 AM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.

I've already replied to you via email already but it seems you didn't get it..

The pool won't pay if your balance is below the threshold (that's why it's called threshold).. so something is obviously wrong on your side

How will I set the payout in suprnova.cc? If I need to transfer the decred for withdraw.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on September 08, 2017, 05:23:24 AM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.

I've already replied to you via email already but it seems you didn't get it..

The pool won't pay if your balance is below the threshold (that's why it's called threshold).. so something is obviously wrong on your side

How will I set the payout in suprnova.cc? If I need to transfer the decred for withdraw.

Go to "Edit Account" - enter a payout address there and click the "Cash out" button on the bottom of the screen


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: khanh231296 on September 08, 2017, 02:57:37 PM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.

I've already replied to you via email already but it seems you didn't get it..

The pool won't pay if your balance is below the threshold (that's why it's called threshold).. so something is obviously wrong on your side

How will I set the payout in suprnova.cc? If I need to transfer the decred for withdraw.

Go to "Edit Account" - enter a payout address there and click the "Cash out" button on the bottom of the screen

says i have 0.51 dcr , can i cash out the full amount to my wallet ? :) tks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: justchil on September 08, 2017, 03:00:58 PM
I receive a little payment. I configure that for try the pool.

Set to 0.5 decred automatic payment.

I receive 0.15745046 DCR. So, 90% of fees? NICE.

I've already replied to you via email already but it seems you didn't get it..

The pool won't pay if your balance is below the threshold (that's why it's called threshold).. so something is obviously wrong on your side

How will I set the payout in suprnova.cc? If I need to transfer the decred for withdraw.

Go to "Edit Account" - enter a payout address there and click the "Cash out" button on the bottom of the screen

says i have 0.51 dcr , can i cash out the full amount to my wallet ? :) tks


He just told you how to do it  ???


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: mrmisschief on September 12, 2017, 09:22:34 PM
Is there any pool where you can mine decred without registering?
Does anyone know?


I'll try to implement that over the weekend, however, you can just register with any throw-away email address and a random username.. you don't need to enter any private data or so.. I don't really see whats so bad about registering :)

Tried to register with three different email addrrsses and it comes back with username or email address taken ??? Very odd ......mrmisschief@gmail.com


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on September 12, 2017, 09:23:24 PM
Is there any pool where you can mine decred without registering?
Does anyone know?


I'll try to implement that over the weekend, however, you can just register with any throw-away email address and a random username.. you don't need to enter any private data or so.. I don't really see whats so bad about registering :)

Tried to register with three different email addrrsses and it comes back with username or email address taken ??? Very odd ......mrmisschief@gmail.com

try to register on https://zec.suprnova.cc or https://dash.suprnova.cc - the account also works on the DCR pool


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: mrmisschief on September 12, 2017, 09:39:04 PM
Will give it ago. Thanks that was a fast reply


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: mrmisschief on September 13, 2017, 03:00:44 AM
Will give it ago. Thanks that was a fast reply
Finally got in after opening nre email account. Getting errors in red . Ill update when i get back


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on September 16, 2017, 10:47:07 PM
@ocminer
It looks like since  last few months found block statistics disappeared from the pool. I think it was under section called "block finder" or something.
Why the change? Or am I missing something...


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Shred_Pit on September 23, 2017, 06:15:27 AM
I currently dual mine eth with sia.. but want to change 1-2 rigs to decred cause Ive heard its more profitable..
Im currently mining to sell instantly.. so profit and exchange possibility is very important to me :b
My question is.. can someone show me a good pool for decred?
Google about a hour doesn't helped much and suprnova isnt working as it should :/
Using 24 cards and hashing around 500mhs @ eth and about 6ghs @ sia.. is decred really better?  ???

Edit:
Im using nanopool now... came from minergate (f*ckin scam) and lost a good 1k.. -.- (thx again minergate...
didn't paid me almost 2 months in total, yes I keep book about every penny.. and the last week too nothing..
so I left.. and still got no reward for that missing months -.- got a pretty big yt channel and i will post a vid about it soon
so other ppl dont make the same mistake I did.. and yes i can proof everything.. EVERYTHING..)
and I really like this nanopool-like "no registration system" and it would be nice if the decred pool would work
like that... google sadly doesnt helped much :( pascal is also available at nanopool as sia but as I saw its not really
more profitable.. everybody says decred.. decred and decred.. hope someone can help me out <3

Conclusion: (so you doesn't need to read all the sh*t i wrote above this)
Is Decred really more profitable then sia or is pascal or lbry maybe worth a look?
And if.. can someone help me find a decent pool?
most I found are "dead" or offline or suprnova  :-\

wkr Rob/Shred


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on September 23, 2017, 09:21:16 AM
@ocminer

Have you got any updates on the progress of decreed proxy?
Also I'm still curious why the found block stats are gone. (see the post above)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Zywiec on September 24, 2017, 06:30:29 AM
@ocminer

Have you got any updates on the progress of decreed proxy?
Also I'm still curious why the found block stats are gone. (see the post above)

+1


Need badly proper DCR mining pool. So far it's insane to find stable one.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on October 07, 2017, 04:51:45 PM
@ocminer
Please let us know here if you have made any progress on dcr proxy. Are you just too busy to get to it or is there any impasse?

using one would ease traffic for the pool as well... ;)  - did I just made you interested much?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: car1999 on October 12, 2017, 11:18:56 AM
@ocminer
MONA dashboard doesn't show workers, please take a look at it, my user name in the pool is car1999


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on October 12, 2017, 11:25:20 AM
@ocminer
MONA dashboard doesn't show workers, please take a look at it, my user name in the pool is car1999

Thanks for the info, fixed !

@ocminer
Please let us know here if you have made any progress on dcr proxy. Are you just too busy to get to it or is there any impasse?

using one would ease traffic for the pool as well... ;)  - did I just made you interested much?


I'm still working on it, however i'm currently busy with some other projects but will keep you updated once I know more


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: barabeku on October 13, 2017, 11:46:00 AM
Please add 8192 diff port on MONA pool.

i'm sending so many hashes and i don't want that vardiff port (so pain full to see lots of invalid share caused by diff changes).



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on October 13, 2017, 11:53:04 AM
Please add 8192 diff port on MONA pool.

i'm sending so many hashes and i don't want that vardiff port (so pain full to see lots of invalid share caused by diff changes).



You can use the nicehash Port (3000)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on October 15, 2017, 08:01:38 AM
@ocminer
Not sure if it was asked already here... anyways: do you have any kind of APIs on your pools, so I can pull the data from the account?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on October 15, 2017, 08:02:07 AM
@ocminer
Not sure if it was asked already here... anyways: do you have any kind of APIs on your pools, so I can pull the data from the account?

Of course, google for "MPOS API"


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: hozerdev on November 14, 2017, 12:00:31 AM
I started to mine Dcr with Suprnova yesterday, it shows the balance is 0.034, there are some confirmed and unconfirmed transactions and fees. But my wallet balance is still 0.
Are those transactions not the Dcr Networks transactions, is it something else? When do they payout the balance or maybe is there a min?
I certainly missing something here. I did also rescan the network from client, (ps Receive Address: DsWPoe7DnJXGn6vbQyfQTqXHYFTRMLjLBoY)
Any advices please?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on November 14, 2017, 12:01:45 AM
I started to mine Dcr with Suprnova yesterday, it shows the balance is 0.034, there are some confirmed and unconfirmed transactions and fees. But my wallet balance is still 0.
Are those transactions not the Dcr Networks transactions, is it something else? When do they payout the balance or maybe is there a min?
I certainly missing something here. I did also rescan the network from client, (ps Receive Address: DsWPoe7DnJXGn6vbQyfQTqXHYFTRMLjLBoY)
Any advices please?

You did read my reply via email, didn't you ? :)

You have to set the cashout address, a minimal payout threshold for automatic payments or if you choose the manual payout option you'd have to click the manual cash out button


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: hozerdev on November 14, 2017, 12:11:53 AM
You did read my reply via email, didn't you ? :)

You have to set the cashout address, a minimal payout threshold for automatic payments or if you choose the manual payout option you'd have to click the manual cash out button
Hm, no, haven't received any email yet.. Thank you
Upd: All good now, cached out, balance is non-zero, finally :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: hozerdev on November 15, 2017, 01:33:41 AM
Hi, it me again  :)
I've logged into my account and all transactions are missing, past and today's. Earnings 0. There is also a error message: "  Could not find any transaction". The dashboard doesn't show anything.
Any technical issues?

Upd: I was loggin into eth. instead dcr. and they look similar. Thanks.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on November 15, 2017, 02:32:04 AM
Hi, it me again  :)
I've logged into my account and all transactions are missing, past and today's. Earnings 0. There is also a error message: "  Could not find any transaction". The dashboard doesn't show anything.
Any technical issues?

Nope, no problems, all good. Sure that you've logged in with the right account ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on November 15, 2017, 03:47:04 PM
hi there, @ocminer!
I'm not sure it's a proper place for BTG pool issues, but what's up with that:
https://s17.postimg.org/h1el2k3j3/btg-rate.png


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on November 15, 2017, 03:51:57 PM
hi there, @ocminer!
I'm not sure it's a proper place for BTG pool issues, but what's up with that:
https://s17.postimg.org/h1el2k3j3/btg-rate.png

Hmm, I can't follow you? You mean the net hash is the same on the explorer like on the pool? It's generated by the wallet.. just a value you display 1:1


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on November 15, 2017, 04:42:45 PM
Hmm, I can't follow you? You mean the net hash is the same on the explorer like on the pool? It's generated by the wallet.. just a value you display 1:1

I mean your pool's hash is HIGHER than the total network hash
EDIT: still is. and I'm showing that the "net hash" is supposedly a 'proper' value...


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on November 15, 2017, 05:28:48 PM
Hmm, I can't follow you? You mean the net hash is the same on the explorer like on the pool? It's generated by the wallet.. just a value you display 1:1

I mean your pool's hash is HIGHER than the total network hash
EDIT: still is. and I'm showing that the "net hash" is supposedly a 'proper' value...

Pool Hash is a real time value whereas Net Hash is only a one hours average value delivered by the wallet. It just takes some time to adjust.

Nope, no problems, all good. Sure that you've logged in with the right account ?

Yes I am. Few hours later I logged in and the issue was fixed. But now it is there again, zero balance.

Still no problems, maybe the Dashboard simply times out for you ? You mean the three fields in the middle of the screen have no value ? Try to wait for a few minutes and log out and back in again


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: peyo on November 17, 2017, 09:41:54 AM
Hello !
Thank you for this pool,
I started mining recently and I would like to know if it is possible to get the account balance through the API ?

I can get the hashrate with the API key but not the balance.. I need it for my automation tools. Is it possible ? ;)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on November 17, 2017, 10:26:29 AM
Hello !
Thank you for this pool,
I started mining recently and I would like to know if it is possible to get the account balance through the API ?

I can get the hashrate with the API key but not the balance.. I need it for my automation tools. Is it possible ? ;)

It should be possible, Google for MPOS API. I believe it's getuserbalance


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: tixx on December 04, 2017, 12:27:14 PM
Hi,

New to the mining with eth and decred. Currently dual mining the two. How do i get anonymous worker stats on suprnova?

also, how do i pay out anonymous workers for both eth and decred?

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on December 04, 2017, 12:34:53 PM
There is currently no anonymous mining for decred. You need to setup a worker and an account


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: tixx on December 04, 2017, 10:41:46 PM
thanks mate,

any idea about eth?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on December 04, 2017, 10:48:29 PM
same for eth, currently not anonymously on suprnova possible


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: tixx on December 04, 2017, 10:57:08 PM
that sucks. ive been mining 'anonymously' with eth at least for over a week using an external wallet address, its authenticated and mining but no coins in the wallet as yet.



Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on December 07, 2017, 02:15:20 PM
@ocminer what are the issues you are having with your pool.
... its weirdly coinsides with dwarfpool issues from various ips... ghm wtf?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2017, 02:20:23 PM
What issues have you got ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: dlezama on December 07, 2017, 04:20:41 PM
What issues have you got ?
I know this is the DCR pool thread, but regarding the DASH suprnova pool it hasn't found a block in like a day. I wonder if this is just bad luck or there is some issue with the pool.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on December 07, 2017, 05:30:59 PM
What issues have you got ?

https://s2.postimg.org/d58dw4ew9/dcr-reject-nl-shared-ip.png
it's a wide range there can you maybe whitelist for me, same nick

probably due to global ddos. switched location, now better
where is it coming from mostly btw?

nforce nl lol:)

EDIT2: and more
https://s18.postimg.org/qa0q65q3d/dcr-slow-conenct.png


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: apartamenti on December 10, 2017, 09:59:10 AM
"There is a delay in stats. Otherwise Works fine"


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on December 10, 2017, 10:05:39 AM
Suprnova.cc pools not working! Do not use them! Just waste of time!
says someone who joined bct for the sole purpose of posting this message?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: apartamenti on December 10, 2017, 10:15:22 AM
Is dcr pool working ? I guess there is a big delay. I am just sharing my opinion about suprnova. Today after nicehash thing started to use them. I will update my opinion be sure.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on December 10, 2017, 11:50:29 AM
it works just fine. been using it for a while now, mostly for DCR but also some BTG now. have no complaints.
somewhat slow webpart, otherwise all is well.

@ocminer so I figure no DCR proxy for now? :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: brolin on December 10, 2017, 01:55:11 PM
Hi,

I have the following error

DCR: Stratum - Cannot connect to dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
DCR: Stratum- Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...


After3 attempt,it would connect to failover pool and all DCRshare would be rejected.

any advise?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: apartamenti on December 10, 2017, 02:23:17 PM
Just wait...


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: RandirVithren on December 10, 2017, 10:18:32 PM
Hey

I'd like to dual mining with claymore at suprnova.
But it doesnt work:

DCR: Stratum - Cannot connect to dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
DCR: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...


here is my start.bat:

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

ethdcrminer64.exe -epool eth.suprnova.cc:5005 -ewal myname.w1 -epsw mypw1 -dpool stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal myname.w2 -dpsw mypw2 -allpools 1 -allcoins 1 -dcoin dcr

What am I doing wrong?

Thx!!!


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: dlezama on December 11, 2017, 05:17:41 AM
Hey

I'd like to dual mining with claymore at suprnova.
But it doesnt work:

DCR: Stratum - Cannot connect to dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
DCR: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...


here is my start.bat:

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

ethdcrminer64.exe -epool eth.suprnova.cc:5005 -ewal myname.w1 -epsw mypw1 -dpool stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal myname.w2 -dpsw mypw2 -allpools 1 -allcoins 1 -dcoin dcr

What am I doing wrong?

Thx!!!

Sometimes it happens for a while and then it connects. Give it a few minutes.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: RandirVithren on December 11, 2017, 05:27:01 PM
after 24h there is still an error:

DCR: Stratum - Cannot connect to dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
DCR: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...

what can i do?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: TunerDude007 on December 12, 2017, 01:46:02 AM
What issues have you got ?

https://s2.postimg.org/d58dw4ew9/dcr-reject-nl-shared-ip.png
it's a wide range there can you maybe whitelist for me, same nick

probably due to global ddos. switched location, now better
where is it coming from mostly btw?

nforce nl lol:)

EDIT2: and more
https://s18.postimg.org/qa0q65q3d/dcr-slow-conenct.png

Same issues here... Over 24 hours now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: dlezama on December 12, 2017, 09:27:23 PM
after 24h there is still an error:

DCR: Stratum - Cannot connect to dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
DCR: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...

what can i do?
One of my miners is going through the same, while the other ones connected without issues. I hope this gets solved soon.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on December 12, 2017, 10:30:30 PM
The pool is at maximum capacity at the moment


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: dlezama on December 12, 2017, 10:38:51 PM
The pool is at maximum capacity at the moment
Thanks for stopping by and answering :) Probably Nicehash's debacle had something to do with that, maybe when/if they come back it will go back to lower levels, or maybe people stay and you'll need to expand  ;)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: TunerDude007 on December 13, 2017, 02:34:37 AM
I've tried multiple different pools and different miners and still getting rejected shares... Does no one else have this problem? Is everyone mining decred no problem?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: buzzercrash on December 13, 2017, 10:05:05 AM
I've tried multiple different pools and different miners and still getting rejected shares... Does no one else have this problem? Is everyone mining decred no problem?

my efficiency was about 90%  for a bit, now back up to 95%
so not flawless but within a certain margin i think


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Air Jordan on December 13, 2017, 12:48:17 PM
I have problem with worker names. I tried to rearrange the list, by renaming workers first without luck. In the end I deleted all workers, yet when I try to add one of the previous workers I get error Worker already exists, as if it is still in the database. Any ideas?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on December 13, 2017, 12:59:16 PM
I have problem with worker names. I tried to rearrange the list, by renaming workers first without luck. In the end I deleted all workers, yet when I try to add one of the previous workers I get error Worker already exists, as if it is still in the database. Any ideas?


PM me the names and i'll delete them for you


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on December 22, 2017, 07:36:10 PM
I've tried multiple different pools and different miners and still getting rejected shares... Does no one else have this problem? Is everyone mining decred no problem?

I was doing some improvements yesterday and stumbled upon some weird issue : for some reason on one of my rigs with 12 GPUs I had different "-dcri" values in claymore(10.2) for different GPUs...(like that -dcri 23,23,23,23,23,20,23...)
So it was kind of fine until I increased mem clock to 2050 from 2000 (on most of the cards) and then it started to produce almost exclusively junk - the rejected rate was over 50%, pool was dropping connection, while ETH was doing just fine.
Replacing the dcri config with a single  "-dcri 26" fixed the problem. Although I'm still not 100% sure what was the problem:)

also my default 23 was apparently too low as well.
the one at the top is optimized and doing well (exactly the same HW)

https://s10.postimg.org/c3nfi8c2h/dcr-opt.png



 


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: oleg.dvd on January 17, 2018, 04:36:16 PM
Looks like pool not showing statictics on Dashboard.
I mining eth+dcr with Claymore. Client received tasks, found blocks, but no statictic and no balance at all

What i do wrong?

EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu.dwarfpool.com:8008 -ewal 0x0873AaD0480357A24Be6f78a9FfB5dB1fbbf29Ba -epsw x -dpool dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 -dwal ethpoollogin.work1 -dpsw 1111111 -allpools 1


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on January 27, 2018, 01:56:43 PM
@ocminer
can you please provide some details on the pool behavior in cases of frequent reconnects from the miner.
It seems that pool sometimes rejects(temporarily bans?) connections if initiated too often.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on January 27, 2018, 02:00:48 PM
@ocminer
can you please provide some details on the pool behavior in cases of frequent reconnects from the miner.
It seems that pool sometimes rejects(temporarily bans?) connections if initiated too often.

The pool, or rather the load balancers max connections are currently maxing out sometimes so you won't get back into the pool once you've stopped the miner. I'm working on extending the limit by adding another stratum url.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Ursul0 on January 27, 2018, 06:25:32 PM
@ocminer
can you please provide some details on the pool behavior in cases of frequent reconnects from the miner.
It seems that pool sometimes rejects(temporarily bans?) connections if initiated too often.

The pool, or rather the load balancers max connections are currently maxing out sometimes so you won't get back into the pool once you've stopped the miner. I'm working on extending the limit by adding another stratum url.

Lol. So that brings me to the proxy that we were discussing(and you have investigated) a while ago and my comments on easing the loads on the servers, by removing the overhead traffic and open connections and doing some "consolidation"/whatever work on the proxy side

EDIT: Thx for the info. now it's clearer


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on January 30, 2018, 02:32:51 PM
There was a big DDoS a few moments ago, its fixed now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: bjornbsmith on January 30, 2018, 04:08:18 PM
Hi I'm rather new to the pool and cannot understand my transactions list.

Looking at my transactions list I found transactions of type Credit_PPS, which i googled and understand is an aggregation of previous transactions into one single transaction.

Working with numbers daily, I naturally tried to add up the numbers to see if they were aggregated correctly and either I am not understanding it correctly or something is wrong.

if you look at the transactions snipped in the screenshot:
https://gyazo.com/9c7902e70ecead2b3978ce05d95571ae

I have added the numbers together from transaction: 10911073689-10911325752 and I would expect them to sum up to the value of transaction: 10911377657

But when I sum them up I get a different number:  0.02128829

Calculations screen shot from excel:

https://gyazo.com/f78fc3a2c72735b71d735c066c959538

Which amounts to almost 1.6%

Please let me know where something is wrong, either I am wrong in understanding that Credit_PPS is an aggregation of all transactions since last Credit_PPS, or the calculations is wrong, either by doing rounding so its not the numbers being show that is used or I dont understand how its calculated.

Anyone who can enlighten me?

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on January 30, 2018, 04:10:33 PM
Unconfirmed payments don't get included into Credit_PPS payments, only the last Credit_PPS + all confirmed coins up to that date. Unconfirmed get summed up later.

Basically those Credit_PPS payments are just a cumulative Credit which sums up all the small Credits into one bigger chunk.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: bjornbsmith on January 30, 2018, 04:16:35 PM
Unconfirmed payments don't get included into Credit_PPS payments, only the last Credit_PPS + all confirmed coins up to that date. Unconfirmed get summed up later.

Basically those Credit_PPS payments are just a cumulative Credit which sums up all the small Credits into one bigger chunk.

Awesome - thanks for explaining :-)

I don't know if there is a FAQ on the pool, but it would be great to have something like this on a FAQ linked from the transactions page.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on January 30, 2018, 04:17:13 PM
Unconfirmed payments don't get included into Credit_PPS payments, only the last Credit_PPS + all confirmed coins up to that date. Unconfirmed get summed up later.

Basically those Credit_PPS payments are just a cumulative Credit which sums up all the small Credits into one bigger chunk.

Awesome - thanks for explaining :-)

I don't know if there is a FAQ on the pool, but it would be great to have something like this on a FAQ linked from the transactions page.

I'll absolutely add that soon.. That question comes quite often :)


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: sarajbosna2012 on January 31, 2018, 04:49:00 PM
why are last 3 eth blocks showing reward 1 eth while those blocks show 3+uncle rewards on blockchain? also the other day i mined for 24 hours and got pennies instead of 4-5 $. the more i us this pool the more i think u r a criminal


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on January 31, 2018, 04:53:12 PM
why are last 3 eth blocks showing reward 1 eth while those blocks show 3+uncle rewards on blockchain? also the other day i mined for 24 hours and got pennies instead of 4-5 $. the more i us this pool the more i think u r a criminal

This is dcr thread, not eth. I'll check later


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 08, 2018, 01:46:48 AM
Hi,

Any ideas for choosing right pool port and setting for Baikal Giant B? Which one and how about extranonce

Using https://dcr.suprnova.cc

ccminer Stratum enabled Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
Nicehash-enabled Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
sgminer Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
FPGA/Getwork Port (Diff 4): http://dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:9111


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 08, 2018, 02:38:23 AM
Hi,

Any ideas for choosing right pool port and setting for Baikal Giant B? Which one and how about extranonce

Using https://dcr.suprnova.cc

ccminer Stratum enabled Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
Nicehash-enabled Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
sgminer Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
FPGA/Getwork Port (Diff 4): http://dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:9111

baikal should work fine on either 2255 or 3252


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 08, 2018, 08:22:20 AM
Hi,

Any ideas for choosing right pool port and setting for Baikal Giant B? Which one and how about extranonce

Using https://dcr.suprnova.cc

ccminer Stratum enabled Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3252 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
Nicehash-enabled Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
sgminer Stratum Port: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256 NEW VERSION MINERS ONLY !
FPGA/Getwork Port (Diff 4): http://dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:9111

baikal should work fine on either 2255 or 3252

Thanks for answer.
I added 3252,2255,3256 to list with extranonce enabled. 3252 didn't connect for 5 minutes. Selected 2255 manually and it seems working fine.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 09, 2018, 07:28:14 AM
Accepted shares continue increasing on baikal GB But Nothing changes at dcr.suprnova.cc.
After connecting to pool Unconfirmed: starts increasing at every 5-10 minutes. After 8-10 transactions Unconfirmed stops increasing it has been 40 minutes that nothing changes at stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255. After connecting  other port it starts increasing again.

Am i doing something wrong?
There is no rejected shares on baikal sometimes 1-2.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 09, 2018, 09:33:54 AM
Accepted shares continue increasing on baikal GB But Nothing changes at dcr.suprnova.cc.
After connecting to pool Unconfirmed: starts increasing at every 5-10 minutes. After 8-10 transactions Unconfirmed stops increasing it has been 40 minutes that nothing changes at stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255. After connecting  other port it starts increasing again.

Am i doing something wrong?
There is no rejected shares on baikal sometimes 1-2.

Just wait a bit.. unconfirmed is increased Everytime a block is found, which can be sometimes every 20 mins and sometimes every hour or so.. as Long as your hashrate is showing on the dashboard, all is good


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 09, 2018, 10:15:30 AM
Accepted shares continue increasing on baikal GB But Nothing changes at dcr.suprnova.cc.
After connecting to pool Unconfirmed: starts increasing at every 5-10 minutes. After 8-10 transactions Unconfirmed stops increasing it has been 40 minutes that nothing changes at stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255. After connecting  other port it starts increasing again.

Am i doing something wrong?
There is no rejected shares on baikal sometimes 1-2.

Just wait a bit.. unconfirmed is increased Everytime a block is found, which can be sometimes every 20 mins and sometimes every hour or so.. as Long as your hashrate is showing on the dashboard, all is good

Thanks for answer

10947042619   2018-02-09 10:47:56    Fee   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00004973
10947042618   2018-02-09 10:47:56   Credit   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00497347
This is the last transaction.

stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256   connected with Baikal B

i won't touch settings today. Lets see.

Thank You


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 09, 2018, 12:31:57 PM
Accepted shares continue increasing on baikal GB But Nothing changes at dcr.suprnova.cc.
After connecting to pool Unconfirmed: starts increasing at every 5-10 minutes. After 8-10 transactions Unconfirmed stops increasing it has been 40 minutes that nothing changes at stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255. After connecting  other port it starts increasing again.

Am i doing something wrong?
There is no rejected shares on baikal sometimes 1-2.

Just wait a bit.. unconfirmed is increased Everytime a block is found, which can be sometimes every 20 mins and sometimes every hour or so.. as Long as your hashrate is showing on the dashboard, all is good

Thanks for answer

10947042619   2018-02-09 10:47:56    Fee   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00004973
10947042618   2018-02-09 10:47:56   Credit   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00497347
This is the last transaction.

stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256   connected with Baikal B

i won't touch settings today. Lets see.

Thank You

You should have some after that one already now


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 09, 2018, 03:38:40 PM
Accepted shares continue increasing on baikal GB But Nothing changes at dcr.suprnova.cc.
After connecting to pool Unconfirmed: starts increasing at every 5-10 minutes. After 8-10 transactions Unconfirmed stops increasing it has been 40 minutes that nothing changes at stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255. After connecting  other port it starts increasing again.

Am i doing something wrong?
There is no rejected shares on baikal sometimes 1-2.

Just wait a bit.. unconfirmed is increased Everytime a block is found, which can be sometimes every 20 mins and sometimes every hour or so.. as Long as your hashrate is showing on the dashboard, all is good

Thanks for answer

10947042619   2018-02-09 10:47:56    Fee   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00004973
10947042618   2018-02-09 10:47:56   Credit   Unconfirmed         211354   0.00497347
This is the last transaction.

stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256   connected with Baikal B

i won't touch settings today. Lets see.

Thank You

You should have some after that one already now

21 transactions after then. Transaction Average 0,00477554 DCR Total 0,1 DCR for 21 transactions
as you said I just left baikal and settings alone

Thanks a lot.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 11, 2018, 08:28:30 PM
I've added DKIM, SPF to the pools mails now as I noticed lots of mails got filtered out by junk filters, you, even Hotmail users, should be getting emails from the pool now again without problems


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 14, 2018, 09:02:00 PM
Hi !

What is this? Did Finder take 10.68 DCR For founding block?

Current Block: 212961 - Last found Blocks:

Height   Time                                   Finder           Difficulty                 Amount   Luck
212958   02/14/2018 23:40:53     anonymous   99988625.9504         10.68           124.40

is it possible to find a block with 160GH ?

Thanks,


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on February 14, 2018, 09:27:52 PM
Hi !

What is this? Did Finder take 10.68 DCR For founding block?

Current Block: 212961 - Last found Blocks:

Height   Time                                   Finder           Difficulty                 Amount   Luck
212958   02/14/2018 23:40:53     anonymous   99988625.9504         10.68           124.40

is it possible to find a block with 160GH ?

Thanks,


Wat ? What makes you think the founder took anything for that block?

It's a regular block found by that miner which paid 10.68 DCR to the pool which are then split by the miners


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 14, 2018, 09:39:26 PM
Hi !

What is this? Did Finder take 10.68 DCR For founding block?

Current Block: 212961 - Last found Blocks:

Height   Time                                   Finder           Difficulty                 Amount   Luck
212958   02/14/2018 23:40:53     anonymous   99988625.9504         10.68           124.40

is it possible to find a block with 160GH ?

Thanks,


Wat ? What makes you think the founder took anything for that block?

It's a regular block found by that miner which paid 10.68 DCR to the pool which are then split by the miners

ahh! ok. I misunderstood the amount. Now it is clear. No additional payments, it is all about Share rate, Hash rate.

Thanks


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: AlmazDelDiablo on February 19, 2018, 12:09:17 AM
Hi,

Sorry for the audacity but what stratum version are used in Suprnova pool for sgminer (Baikal Giant B for example)? I don't understand why pools like YiiMP can't work with ASICs now (extranonce2 are marked as invalid and everyone shares rejected). And I can't find any news about new Decred stratum or something like that.

What's happening to Decred stratum? Can you share a whitepaper?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: rmkrmk on February 19, 2018, 08:33:05 AM
Hi,

Sorry for the audacity but what stratum version are used in Suprnova pool for sgminer (Baikal Giant B for example)? I don't understand why pools like YiiMP can't work with ASICs now (extranonce2 are marked as invalid and everyone shares rejected). And I can't find any news about new Decred stratum or something like that.

What's happening to Decred stratum? Can you share a whitepaper?

No problem with Baikal GB, Did you try with different worker name?

Name   ID   Algo   Temp   Total Chips   Clock   Hashrate 5s   Hashrate av   Accepted   Rejected   HW Errors   Utility   Last Share Time   Identify
BKLU   0   Decred   41 C   64   400MHz   56.07 Gh/s   56.06 Gh/s   3974   18 [0.45%]   0 [0.00%]   1.5612   11:31:43   
BKLU   1   Decred   41 C   64   400MHz   56.07 Gh/s   56.06 Gh/s   3800   6 [0.16%]   0 [0.00%]   1.4928   11:31:36   
BKLU   2   Decred   40 C   64   400MHz   56.06 Gh/s   56.06 Gh/s   3872   13 [0.33%]   0 [0.00%]   1.5211   11:32:00   
3 devsTotals   168.2 Gh/s   168.2 Gh/s   11646   37 [0.32%]   0 [0.00%]   4.5751

Accepted 11646   Rejected 37

@  stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: RichardTzones on February 20, 2018, 10:48:43 AM
Hello,
we use claymore - ethdcrminer64 miner, till 1.2.2018 works fine and we receive about 4 DCR every month..
address:Dsafmphi2U3NmVDwnecSKigxLygzDyDFyN5
https://mainnet.decred.org/address/Dsafmphi2U3NmVDwnecSKigxLygzDyDFyN5

but from this date I am unable to receive any DCR, our miners works fine, without problem. ETH we receive daily.
We use exodus wallet. I refresh the block chain but nothing happen.

Please help us to sort it out.

Thank you.

Richard.


Title: Unable to login: Account locked. Please Check your Email for instructions to unl
Post by: bygameboy on March 13, 2018, 09:46:27 AM
Unable to login: Account locked. Please Check your Email for instructions to unlock or go to https://etn.sup.rnova.cc/unlock


 Please unlocked accound.....

My email unierkan@gmail.com





Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: nastyrunner on May 02, 2018, 08:57:46 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 02, 2018, 09:02:25 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Did you try the nicehash port already? Should be pretty straightforward


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: nastyrunner on May 03, 2018, 06:20:17 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Did you try the nicehash port already? Should be pretty straightforward

Sorry, but this is my first time with Decred. I will be receiving the miner within 4 days, and would like to be ready when it comes. So just to confirm, it should be something like this:

URL: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
Worker: <Weblogin.WorkerName>
Password: <PasswordoftheWorker>


Thanks for the help.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 03, 2018, 07:04:25 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Did you try the nicehash port already? Should be pretty straightforward

Sorry, but this is my first time with Decred. I will be receiving the miner within 4 days, and would like to be ready when it comes. So just to confirm, it should be something like this:

URL: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
Worker: <Weblogin.WorkerName>
Password: <PasswordoftheWorker>


Thanks for the help.

Yes, it's either 2255 or 3256 .. some miners implemented one variant, others the second.. just give it a try and you'll see your hashrate on the dashboard


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: nastyrunner on May 06, 2018, 08:59:23 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Did you try the nicehash port already? Should be pretty straightforward

Sorry, but this is my first time with Decred. I will be receiving the miner within 4 days, and would like to be ready when it comes. So just to confirm, it should be something like this:

URL: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
Worker: <Weblogin.WorkerName>
Password: <PasswordoftheWorker>


Thanks for the help.

Yes, it's either 2255 or 3256 .. some miners implemented one variant, others the second.. just give it a try and you'll see your hashrate on the dashboard

Hi, I can see the hashrate, but no earnings, is it when the round closes the earnings are realized? I am not sure how to attach an image in this post, but it feels like my earnings are 0, even though there is hash rate being shown.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: JoenNL on May 06, 2018, 10:13:41 AM
How to setup the Inno D9 to point to this pool?


Did you try the nicehash port already? Should be pretty straightforward

Sorry, but this is my first time with Decred. I will be receiving the miner within 4 days, and would like to be ready when it comes. So just to confirm, it should be something like this:

URL: stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:2255
Worker: <Weblogin.WorkerName>
Password: <PasswordoftheWorker>


Thanks for the help.

Yes, it's either 2255 or 3256 .. some miners implemented one variant, others the second.. just give it a try and you'll see your hashrate on the dashboard

Hi, I can see the hashrate, but no earnings, is it when the round closes the earnings are realized? I am not sure how to attach an image in this post, but it feels like my earnings are 0, even though there is hash rate being shown.

Come on guys, this is not a tutorial page: how do you mine coins?

----

Anyway, Jo OCMiner,

An question, i've been gone for a while on ETH/ETC/DCR and all that crap coins, but i am putting 1 gpu back on to etc (ethermine, need the payouts from them) and dcr (suprnova), u are using different poolnames/ports for DCR on different pages.
On the one page u say ppl must use: dcr-gw.suprnova.cc:3252 and on the other page u talk about dcr.suprnova.cc:3252
In 2x sessions for both 30 minutes it looks like dcr-gw dont like to give accepted shares (got 1) while dcr.suprnova.cc works fine.
I see u did many things around this coins (more ports, more from all), however not all ur pages are up to date.

Anyway, as u can see i am using claymore dual miner (v11.7)

Greets, minerjoen


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ctan6611 on May 20, 2018, 01:50:50 AM
Hi,

I have a Inno D9, may I know should I connect to NiceHash port 2255 or Asic Stratum port 3256?  Which one is more efficient?

thanks,
ctan6611


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 20, 2018, 04:26:25 AM
Hi,

I have a Inno D9, may I know should I connect to NiceHash port 2255 or Asic Stratum port 3256?  Which one is more efficient?

thanks,
ctan6611

The asic Port but you can just try both for a few hours and then stick to the one which works best for you


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Dawinsky on May 21, 2018, 04:44:35 PM
Hi, I am getting my D9 tomorrow, and I am looking for a good pool for it, how is suprnova ? and what stratum port should I Use? I am really happy with my x10 on suprnova.

Cheers


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 21, 2018, 04:45:39 PM
Hi, I am getting my D9 tomorrow, and I am looking for a good pool for it, how is suprnova ? and what stratum port should I Use? I am really happy with my x10 on suprnova.

Cheers


Use the nicehash Port and you should be fine


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Dawinsky on May 21, 2018, 05:14:48 PM
Thanks for your quick response, a bit new.
stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256 what about this one for D9 since its asic. or just stick with the nicehash port as you recommended ?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 21, 2018, 05:15:49 PM
Thanks for your quick response, a bit new.
stratum+tcp://dcr.suprnova.cc:3256 what about this one for D9 since its asic. or just stick with the nicehash port as you recommended ?

If the asic port works fine for you, just stick with it


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Dawinsky on May 23, 2018, 07:16:45 PM
Hi, been mining for 1.5 day, just checked I have not recived any dcr for 5 hours. The miner is running, and the pool is reg my hash. And everything seems fine in the webwindow.
Whats wrong?


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 23, 2018, 07:25:36 PM
Hi, been mining for 1.5 day, just checked I have not recived any dcr for 5 hours. The miner is running, and the pool is reg my hash. And everything seems fine in the webwindow.
Whats wrong?

diff is high, just wait a bit until a block has been found


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: Dawinsky on May 23, 2018, 10:55:59 PM
Hm I see

for the last 24 hours ive been getting transaction each 1hour/1hour half, then suddenly 5 hours with nothing. with 2.3TH, seems strange. its only 000 uncomfirmed, but I can see the round rewards.


Title: Re: dcr.suprnova.cc - Suprnova's Decred Pool
Post by: ocminer on May 24, 2018, 06:32:43 AM
Hm I see

for the last 24 hours ive been getting transaction each 1hour/1hour half, then suddenly 5 hours with nothing. with 2.3TH, seems strange. its only 000 uncomfirmed, but I can see the round rewards.

you get an transaction every time a block is found