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1  Economy / Digital goods / WTB Google Play Store Gift Card on: May 12, 2017, 11:35:11 AM
I am looking to buy around 10-200$ google play store e-code.


Willing to use escrow if you are not trusted. or you will go first.

If you have please pm'me the code with your btc address. i'll pay you immediately.

%80
2  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: CryptoTrader.org - First Web-based Algorithmic Trading Platform for BTC/LTC on: January 16, 2014, 08:54:00 PM
Same here.

Looks like it is trying to load some .js file that is 404ing.
3  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Cacti template for CGMINER monitoring on: September 08, 2013, 06:35:53 PM

hoping there's an update or two soon to recognize ASIC miners...my individual miner graphs have gone blank since I pulled out the GPU's and plugged in the ASIC.



I have seen some abnormalities with the individual miner stats as well, but they show some data. You aren't seeing anything at all?

4  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [53000 GH] BTC Guild - PPS/PPLNS + TxFees, Stratum, MergedMining, Private Access on: July 25, 2013, 03:21:33 PM
I have been seeing this error intermittently since some time just after 09:55 PDT on 7/17:

504 Gateway Time-out

cloudflare-nginx



It is affecting access to the web interface and API stats.

Could this be collateral damage from the Network Solutions DDOS?

Looks like this finally cleared up around 14:20 today (GMT-7), and had been happening for me since my earlier post.


I haven't been experiencing this issue at all in the last week, with the exception of periods where the site was under direct attack, or when a large script runs (~4 times per hour), though that's normally just a slow load, and doesn't generate an error page before the script is done running.

I'm not sure if it matters, but I only tried originating requests to www.btcguild.com through AT&T (both residential and business circuits). Whatever it was, it appears to have cleared up and has been stable since yesterday afternoon.
5  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [53000 GH] BTC Guild - PPS/PPLNS + TxFees, Stratum, MergedMining, Private Access on: July 25, 2013, 12:42:10 AM
I have been seeing this error intermittently since some time just after 09:55 PDT on 7/17:

504 Gateway Time-out

cloudflare-nginx



It is affecting access to the web interface and API stats.

Could this be collateral damage from the Network Solutions DDOS?

Looks like this finally cleared up around 14:20 today (GMT-7), and had been happening for me since my earlier post.
6  Bitcoin / Hardware / Weekend Project: USB Block Eruptor Coffee Warmer on: July 24, 2013, 07:33:16 AM
We recently had a surplus of hard drive heat sinks at work from old drives that were being sent out for destruction/recycling and I snagged a few of them on the way out the door. This weekend I wanted to have some fun and decided to turn one of them into a coffee warmer with some spare parts and two spare Block Eruptors I had laying around.

The original unmodified heat sink




I drilled a hole between the two USB connectors and expanded the original outer holes to give sufficient clearance for the zip ties



Added standoffs to each of the corners


Prepping for final assembly


The two Block Eruptors attached to the heat sink with thermal tape


Added zip ties for strain relief



Hashing away


Results:
The heatsink works a little too well and only gets uncomfortably warm on the top of the heatsink, but there is plenty of room to add another one later.
7  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [53000 GH] BTC Guild - PPS/PPLNS + TxFees, Stratum, MergedMining, Private Access on: July 18, 2013, 03:19:02 PM
I have been seeing this error intermittently since some time just after 09:55 PDT on 7/17:

504 Gateway Time-out

cloudflare-nginx



It is affecting access to the web interface and API stats.

Could this be collateral damage from the Network Solutions DDOS?
8  Bitcoin / Pools / Order sent on: June 29, 2013, 01:33:28 AM
The store has now gone live at https://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=store  . It is also accessible from the navigation menu when you are logged in.

I'm order #23 for quantity 10. I can't wait till they get here!
9  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Cacti template for CGMINER monitoring on: June 12, 2013, 11:42:27 PM
how can i help?
also doing it with bfgminer. Av. Hash Rate is double to the real one. minning with FPGA. Should be aprox 800 MH/s but reads 1400 MH/s

As with the previous issue, I need the JSON output to see if it is in fact a parsing issue with the script, or something in bfgminer.
10  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Cacti template for CGMINER monitoring on: June 12, 2013, 06:00:00 PM
Actually just spotted a tiny prob with bfgminer...

Quote
perl /var/www/cacti/scripts/query_cgminer_stats.pl 127.0.0.1 devs get MHS_5s PGA1, output: 400.77840077.8

I figure this is related to :-
 print shiftdec($json_text->{uc($command)}->[$pga{$ARGV[4]}]->{add_spaces($ARGV[3])}, 2);

Might be an idea to add a check for second . and drop anything after it...
Think that way it should work for both miners

Ive done a temp hack (im no coder, just a sys admin) and added :-
Quote
elsif (($ARGV[3] eq "Utility") || ($ARGV[3] eq "MHS_5s") || ($ARGV[3] eq "MHS_av") || ($ARGV[3] eq "Temperature")) {
              #print shiftdec($json_text->{uc($command)}->[$pga{$ARGV[4]}]->{add_spaces($ARGV[3])}, 2);
               my $thingy = shiftdec($json_text->{uc($command)}->[$pga{$ARGV[4]}]->{add_spaces($ARGV[3])}, 2);
               print substr $thingy, 0, 4;
            }

This has fixed the graphing for now, but its dirty.....

Hmm, that's not good. Can you send me an excerpt of the original JSON from the cgminer/bfgminer API for MHS_5s on PGA1? I need to see if it has something to do with how the number is being parsed by my script or is something inherent in cgminer/bfgminer. Also, it would be good to know if the issue only manifests in bfgminer and not cgminer.

11  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Cacti template for CGMINER monitoring on: June 12, 2013, 03:19:54 PM
Just wanted to add this works v. nicely on an rPi running fpga rigs too...

Nice work Wink


[edit]
Just tested this it works for bfgminer too Wink

Good to know. Thanks for the update!
12  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: January 22, 2013, 02:08:54 AM
Nice press.  I have one from harbor freight now for a few years and it still works great.  Smiley

I had a few of the typical Harbor Freight tool issues (excessive packing oil, belts on backward, set screws needed to be re-tightened) but so far like the fit finish and capabilities of the press.
 
It's working pretty well, but I'm still having an issue with excessive runout (bit vibration) on mine that I'm still working to correct. The belts, main drive pulley, spindle, arbor and the external portion of the chuck all appear to be ok, but bits seem to be moving more than I would like. I have an indicator and magnetic base arriving next week that should help to isolate the issue. I'm hoping a little gentle encouragement will help get it into alignment but haven't ruled out the possibility of replacing the stock chuck with a Jacobs super chuck...
13  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / A quick break for tool p0rn on: January 20, 2013, 10:29:29 PM
I know, it's not specifically related to the rack cooling project, but after begging the wife for years for a drill press, I was finally able to get one  Grin





I have spent the last couple weeks building and calibrating the drill press but should be able to get back to building the rack shortly. This will help to make short work of any further drilling or milling needed.

Next up for the 19" rack project is:
  • Remove all the modules from the rack
  • Install the upper perf side panels to both sides and checking the measurements
  • Measure, cut and install the lower perf side panels
  • Remove all the segments from modules
  • Mill out additional slop for some of the countersink holes on the mounts (some are too close to fit with the insulator in place or would allow the screw to touch the side)
  • Expand the ID of the remaining radiator-facing insulating washers
  • Cut and drill the pump mounts
  • Test fit all the pumps on the pump mounts
  • Finish and clean the mounts
  • Re-assemble everything with the washers+insulators in place and confirm the radiator segments are electrically isolated
  • Leak check the modules
14  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: January 05, 2013, 02:18:55 AM
Thanks to the time off I was able to get a lot done on aerotools-ng over the holiday, and put in another pull request for the following enhancements:
  • Added support for up to 14 flow sensors.
  • Added support for 8 CPU temperatures
  • Added support for current time, uptime and total time
  • Fixed issue with fan VRM current was being read from the previous fan, and fan 1 never changed

I also did some playing with HID and udev code on Linux and was able to get the report descriptor and all the feature and input reports. Thus far I haven't deciphered most of the other reports, but I have some theories.

My next set of parts came in this week



I started putting things together, but noticed one of the screws for the PowerAdjust2 5.25" bay mount had no threads on it. Come on Aquacomputer... I was able to get the screw installed, but only after tapping it myself.


The assembled 3 PA2s




Cabling everything up




Preparing for testing


After installing the tubemeter, I was able to find the offset in the Aquaero 5's HID input 1 report, and checked the changes to support it into my devel branch on github.
15  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: December 27, 2012, 06:53:42 PM
I'm still chugging along on this, but have been putting my available time into coding. My latest efforts have been put into enhancements to aerotools-ng (for the Aquaero 5) which I discovered this past weekend. The original aerotools (for the Aquaero 4) author lynix created this new project on github last month, but hadn't made any updates since the initial commit yet. I sent the first pull request from my development fork a few days ago, but haven't heard back yet likely due to the holiday.

I ordered the next batch of Aquacomputer parts (tubemeter, PowerAdjust 2, flow meter) which should be in hand some time next week and should help shed some more light on the remaining unknown areas of the Aquaero 5's 659 byte payload. I'm still looking for Aquaero 5 owners running Linux that can help do some testing. Just PM me here, or on the Overclock.net forums.


Edit: lynix merged in my changes earlier this morning.
16  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: December 17, 2012, 09:27:20 AM
I made a bit more progress porting aerotools to the Aquaero 5 over the past week and thus far can read the temperature sensors and fan stats (RPM, duty cycle, VRM temperature and current). I haven't yet figured out how to get to the device names or some of the other sensor stats (that I don't yet have myself).

If there are any Aquaero 5 owners out there who are interested in a Linux utility like aerotools, check out this thread, and hit me up on the overclock.net forums, I could use your help.

Here are a few pics of the radiator modules attached to be rack in better lighting:





And here is a closeup of the Aquaero 5XT controller. The face plate plastic cover is removed and there is a fan installed further back on the shelf:
17  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: December 11, 2012, 05:23:23 PM
My repaired Aquaero 5XT finally arrived last week, so this past weekend I wired it back up (with the addition of the new USB isolator) flashed the latest firmware with my Win7-based work laptop and was off and running. The next bit requires Linux support (all my home systems are Linux-based) for reading temp/flow/etc from the Aquaero 5. I made a bit of progress (thanks to hamster3null on the overclock.net forums) porting aerotools to the Aquaero 5 and thus far have been able to decipher a portion of the the Aquaero 5's R/O contents. It's likely going to be a while before aerotools can have full feature support for the Aquaero 5, as Aquacomputer has slipped the release date for the SDK to 2013 and some aspects are a bit harder to reverse-engineer.

 
18  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: December 05, 2012, 07:49:25 AM
very impressive indeed.

how much have you sunk into the rad modules at this point?


Thanks jojo69,

Thus far the radiator segments alone (42 in total) have cost me $734.
19  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Finished drilling the lower module mounts on: December 03, 2012, 08:59:21 AM
Hi folks,

I finished drilling the final mount for the lower module and mounted the radiator segments Sunday morning and test fit the assembly to the rack Sunday evening.




Sorry for the blurry pictures, but my cellphone camera doesn't do well at night.

I still haven't received my replacement Aquaero 5XT, but it has at least made it into the country.
20  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Project: custom 19in rack passive cooling system on: December 03, 2012, 08:44:43 AM
This setup is getting sick, wow it is just looking cooler and cooler (both in style and temp, Wink ).  Question, on the APC backup at the bottom, what model is that and does it have a standard plug into the wall or a more industrially style plug?

Thanks for the kudos. There is a long way to go before it will be up and running...

The UPS (top) is an APC Smart-UPS XL SUM1500RMXL2U 2U Rackmount paired with a APC SUM48RMXLBP2U Smart-UPS XL Modular 48V Extended Run Battery Pack (bottom). This will keep all my gear powered for over an hour even while mining, or over three if I shut down mining. The SUM1500RMXL2U does indeed have a regular 120VAC 15A (residential) plug.
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