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March 19, 2016, 10:22:03 PM
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I have been trying to set up a mining proxy to run on my raspberry pi.

For some reason my antminer just goes into armageddon mode when a pool goes down.

Half the time I have to manually turn of the miner and turn it on again.


Any suggestions?

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March 20, 2016, 02:01:14 AM
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Don't buy Bitmain miners?

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March 20, 2016, 04:08:31 AM
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Well Kano's right but. Maybe you can do some tricks for now.

Where are the Machines located? Country is all I need to know

Where do you mine?

Some miners in some countries do not like certain pools.

So a change of pools may help.

Do you use Ethernet connection?

Do you have fans set manually at 55 % to 65%?

I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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March 23, 2016, 10:06:47 AM
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I have been trying to set up a mining proxy to run on my raspberry pi.

For some reason my antminer just goes into armageddon mode when a pool goes down.

Half the time I have to manually turn of the miner and turn it on again.


Any suggestions?


Ths might help some

https://github.com/Stratehm/stratum-proxy/releases

This Proxy will work on any pi type PC, might help you .

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is it a s5 , get the July 2015 firmware it kind of fixed some of that, other wise S5's have that issue and i hear S7 to , to some extent, can't say on the s7 .

If it's a S5, firmware is here : https://bitmaintech.com/support.htm?pid=00720150101032800325X8cMcY2y068F

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March 24, 2016, 01:44:53 AM
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I have been successful in using Minera, found at http://getminera.com/, as a stratum proxy for fast pool switching on my Raspberry Pi. That should satisfy your listed requirements. You will need to configure Minera to run bfgminer and add the command --stratum-port=3333 to enable the stratum proxy. These configuration options are all found under the Local Miner Settings page. You will see your devices populate bfgminer as PXY.

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