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October 24, 2013, 01:35:49 AM
 #18141

0.97 seems to hate p2pool less than earlier versions did, but still there is too much hate, cannot reasonably use p2pool still.

Although not improved enough to work right with p2pool yet, 0.97 has overall been an improvement for me.

-MarkM-


I am mining on P2Pool right now with a Saturn, getting 275 GH/s with WU of 4152 right this sec.


Using the web interface?

Or did you go in with ssh and fiddle with the cgminer timeouts and such?

(I have only been using the web interface as the ssh does not seem to like the username/password the web interface shipped with.)

-MarkM-


Did you try admin/admin or root/admin or both?



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October 24, 2013, 01:39:06 AM
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Looks like Hashfast is going to be a month late, which works to our advantage. Hopefully after this increase this will mean at least one difficulty increase that will be minor.

0.97 works great, getting 278gh/s avg on a Saturn, awesome!
OH WOW, that's good news... thanx


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October 24, 2013, 02:15:40 AM
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My best advice for 0.97, is... let it run...

8 Hours after flashing 0.97


10 Hours...


12 Hours...


Pool agrees. red blob is where i Flashed 0.97


I'll just update this post from now on as far as the 0.97 results as to not keep reposting...

24 hrs after 0.97



still problem with 1 machine...
one of the sats went back to 250
tried reflash, nada



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October 24, 2013, 02:25:57 AM
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Did my merc a short while ago and got little out of it with .97 but it's risen slowly from 136 ave to 148 ave now. That's like a free Jalapeno. Smiley
With the BTC hovering round 220, an almost 50% higher has rate than expected and Hashfast possibly being late to the party...circumstances are conspiring to save the day it seems Smiley
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October 24, 2013, 02:37:42 AM
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Looks like Hashfast is going to be a month late, which works to our advantage. Hopefully after this increase this will mean at least one difficulty increase that will be minor.

Have been looking for a source on this -- do you have one?
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Looks like Hashfast is going to be a month late, which works to our advantage. Hopefully after this increase this will mean at least one difficulty increase that will be minor.

Have been looking for a source on this -- do you have one?

Not official no, but their biggest fan hasn't popped over to disagree so it's possible.
Cross your fingers Smiley
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October 24, 2013, 02:47:22 AM
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Looks like Hashfast is going to be a month late, which works to our advantage. Hopefully after this increase this will mean at least one difficulty increase that will be minor.

Have been looking for a source on this -- do you have one?

Not official no, but their biggest fan hasn't popped over to disagree so it's possible.
Cross your fingers Smiley
So, are they actually overdue?


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I want to sell one of my jepiter
i have three of them and they are all running over 555ghs
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accept bitcoin payment only (bank transfer to oversea costing too many time which is reducing you profit)

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Looks like Hashfast is going to be a month late, which works to our advantage. Hopefully after this increase this will mean at least one difficulty increase that will be minor.

Have been looking for a source on this -- do you have one?

Not official no, but their biggest fan hasn't popped over to disagree so it's possible.
Cross your fingers Smiley
So, are they actually overdue?

They can't be yet, but word has it they maybe..still looking for info. It's not like they're any more likely than KNC to admit it flat out though.

On a side note, after updating to .97 and the relief of it going fine which is a bit nailbiting after seeing some other tales of woe...I was sitting here at almost 4am when I heard a pretty loud whirring coming from the miner. Oh no, I thought..it's decided to go pear shared on me too. It was never noisy before. Went to check it up close and the whirring was a bloody police helecopter outside somewhere trying to give me a heart attack the bastards. Smiley
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I want to sell one of my jepiter
i have three of them and they are all running over 555ghs
pm if interested for more info or pic
accept bitcoin payment only (bank transfer to oversea costing too many time which is reducing you profit)



Try here maybe? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=51.0
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October 24, 2013, 03:05:26 AM
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i just flashed enablecores onto my .97 jup and so far i cant get back into knc GUI. During the flash i saw All Cores Enabled.

ive cleared the cache and tried to connect via FF, IE & Chrome - none allow me past the login screen..

puTTY shows the rig is running, BTCG shows it is hashing albeit 100GH slower than it was but i expect it will ramp up.

still, would like to get back into the GUI without having to unplug my ether cable to get in direct...

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My experience on my "bad" Jupiter with 0.95 to 0.97
An increase in WU from 6990 to 76xx +
An increase in HW errors up to 36%, which remained that high after >12 hours
A reduction in pool performance at 385-400GH/s despite 2 reboots, changing worker number

Reverting back to 0.95 shows now 40-80 dead cores on BertMod (despite enable cores)
WU back to 69xx
HW error ratio down to 18% after only a few mins
Pool performance 455 Gh/s and rising, despite the 10% lower WU
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October 24, 2013, 03:06:45 AM
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So i see allot of people here are on eligius pool I tried it over night and seemed to be less then i was making on btcquild.  However i know i really have to give it more time to see real results.  But im curious if there is anyone that has spend allot of time on both of them and what kind of findings did they find?   I really like the layout of btcguild my self.  But if i can make more BTC else where being eligius or somewhere else i give up the nice interface,  seems i have only made around .7 of a bitcoing the last 24 hours on btcquild with a Jupiter witch im thinking i could be making more eles where.   what are others making a day and where at?

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October 24, 2013, 03:08:58 AM
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Hey guys,

I have a Jupiter unit hosted with KnC since the beginning. It was performing really nice, with averages near the 550 GH/s on Bitminter, sometimes even reaching the 600 GH/s

After the firmware update yesterday it has been hashing all day in the 400's range. I'm reading very good feedback about the new firmware, but whatever it was, it really screwed my hashing rates.

Anyone experiencing a similar situation?

Thank you in advance for your feedback,

Best,


I updated by "bad" jupiter from 0.95 (with enable cores) to 0.97 about 12 hours ago

The WU increased from 69xx to 76xx-78xx, but the error rate is high 37% and the cgminer Avg is the same, despite the increased WU
 (5s):504.3G (avg):482.4Gh/s | A:2669800  R:20300  HW:1004701  WU:7644.5/m

The pool reported speed remains lower on 0.97, currently 405.04Gh/s


Aussiehash, I feel your pain. My saturn will either run a firmware that has low errors but then has low WU and low hashing. If I use a firmware like .97, where it improves hashing and WU, but the errors are then at 20%-25%.....KNC looks like I am not the only one with an error problem. As far as I can tell, most of the cores are enabled, so not sure what the problem is.
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October 24, 2013, 03:11:03 AM
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So i see allot of people here are on eligius pool I tried it over night and seemed to be less then i was making on btcquild.  However i know i really have to give it more time to see real results.  But im curious if there is anyone that has spend allot of time on both of them and what kind of findings did they find?   I really like the layout of btcguild my self.  But if i can make more BTC else where being eligius or somewhere else i give up the nice interface,  seems i have only made around .7 of a bitcoing the last 24 hours on btcquild with a Jupiter witch im thinking i could be making more eles where.   what are others making a day and where at?

i am on BTCG and made less than a BTC in the last 24hrs, i put it down to luck and me fiddling about reflashing and trying to see my realtime stats.

Now my avg is 1.3Mh/s

and WU is 0.0

wtf?!!

Reflashed .97 again - got my GUI access again

pushed down all the VRMs and heard 3-4 click down a bit.

went from 538 - 510 to;

Mining Status

CGMiner Status   Running (pid=4175)
Last Checked   Thu Oct 24 03:44:18 UTC 2013
Avg. Hash Rate   0 Gh/  <<<---WTF!
WU   0        <<<---WTF!

Difficulty Accepted   124928
HW Status

ASIC slot #1   43.0 ℃
ASIC slot #2   -
ASIC slot #3   49.0 ℃
ASIC slot #4   50.0 ℃
ASIC slot #5   45.5 ℃
ASIC slot #6   -

starting to wish id left it at .95.....
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October 24, 2013, 03:14:32 AM
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So i see allot of people here are on eligius pool I tried it over night and seemed to be less then i was making on btcquild.  However i know i really have to give it more time to see real results.  But im curious if there is anyone that has spend allot of time on both of them and what kind of findings did they find?   I really like the layout of btcguild my self.  But if i can make more BTC else where being eligius or somewhere else i give up the nice interface,  seems i have only made around .7 of a bitcoing the last 24 hours on btcquild with a Jupiter witch im thinking i could be making more eles where.   what are others making a day and where at?

i am on BTCG and made less than a BTC in the last 24hrs, i put it down to luck and me fiddling about reflashing and trying to see my realtime stats.


How many workers do you have?
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October 24, 2013, 03:16:55 AM
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My experience on my "bad" Jupiter with 0.95 to 0.97
An increase in WU from 6990 to 76xx +
An increase in HW errors up to 36%, which remained that high after >12 hours
A reduction in pool performance at 385-400GH/s despite 2 reboots, changing worker number

Reverting back to 0.95 shows now 40-80 dead cores on BertMod (despite enable cores)
WU back to 69xx
HW error ratio down to 18% after only a few mins
Pool performance 455 Gh/s and rising, despite the 10% lower WU

I actually had pretty high error rates my self when i first tried .97   so then i downgraded to .95 restarted and then enable cores and restarted and then upgraded to .97  and still had bad errors.  so i went back to .96  since i was at work and was uploading firmware from my phone  and decided to wait tell i got home.  And i tried it again,  I downgraded down to .95 then  restarted and ran enable cores again.  And this time i did not restart after enable cores  and then upgraded back up to .97  and this time  its been running for over an hour.  551 Gh/s and errors at 8.1 right now and seem to be slowly going down.   BTCguild shows it 1t 538

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October 24, 2013, 03:17:25 AM
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So i see allot of people here are on eligius pool I tried it over night and seemed to be less then i was making on btcquild.  However i know i really have to give it more time to see real results.  But im curious if there is anyone that has spend allot of time on both of them and what kind of findings did they find?   I really like the layout of btcguild my self.  But if i can make more BTC else where being eligius or somewhere else i give up the nice interface,  seems i have only made around .7 of a bitcoing the last 24 hours on btcquild with a Jupiter witch im thinking i could be making more eles where.   what are others making a day and where at?

My merc (ave 136) did .31 in the last 24 hours at slush. Looks like you're better than double that so you're better off there depending on how fast your rig hashes.
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October 24, 2013, 04:04:13 AM
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im highly considering asking for a refund. Angry

I've already got my November-Jupiter refunded.
Still sitting out on the hosted 39xx Saturn (will give them one more week or so before asking for a refund), though people after me in the queue started receiving their miners. My hope is that Saturn can be later upgraded to gen2 Jupiter (sometime close to the end of the 6-month hosting period) and shipped to me.

Upgrading a Saturn to a Jupiter you'll be in the same boat you are now. Just trying to play catch up. There's really no sense is buying anything that has hashing power less them 1Th/s these days. You know they are going to charge you for those modules just enough to mine enough to make some bitcoin to break even at a %50/%50 chance. Why do you think all the mining manufacturing companies are just selling these and not mining themselves? Because you can't make any money in mining anymore.

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October 24, 2013, 04:15:05 AM
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Our vendor has told us that the substrates — one of the final components in completing the chip module  — are going to take a more time than expected.  The good news is that the silicon, arguably the more complicated part of the design, is right on track.  Once the substrates arrive, we can place the silicon and finish production. Our updated estimate is that the rigs will begin shipping in mid-November.


Found the source of info on HF running late -- once all KnC units are hashing, hopefully this delay will give us a little breathing room for ROI. And hopefully "mid-November" is an overly optimistic estimate to placate their customers...
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