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December 10, 2013, 04:44:42 PM
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Makes me wonder if it's cheap sd cards which have condensation trapped inside the casing when folks are powering them up, since it's cold outside and they're just opening the boxes quickly and connecting power.

Well the stock units don't use a sd card.  The sd card slot is empty.  BBB has both internal flash memory (2GB IIRC) and a SD card slot.  If the internal flash memory is getting corrupted using SD card for image is a workaround.  The BBB can boot either from internal memory or SD card.
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December 10, 2013, 04:48:42 PM
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http://shrkey.com/setting-up-beaglebone-black-to-boot-off-the-microsd-card/



https://github.com/KnCMiner/u-boot


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December 10, 2013, 05:27:11 PM
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Upon further inspection of my worst performing Nov Jupiter (500-550GH), I see that I am missing the thermal block for all four boards that goes across the new rear VRM's.

The other Nov Jups that have the thermal blocks are getting 650-700GH+
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December 10, 2013, 05:34:58 PM
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Just update the hardware vs network profitability forcast chart for those who may wish to take a speculative gander at potential returns in the months to come.

20% may be low if hardware that was pre-ordered comes online.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmeuPljmUNHCdEpqX2RmMDFwemJyLURVUWFtZ3J3aGc&usp=sharing
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December 10, 2013, 05:45:19 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks
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December 10, 2013, 05:46:22 PM
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What part of unresponsive do you not understand.  I know you are trying to help but please try to read the problem first.

My unit has IP address of 192.168.0.190.

Going to http://192.168.0.190 gets "connection refused".
SSH to 192.168.0.190 gets "connection refused".
The unit never completes booting (red & green lights remain on).

So how exactly would I make sure the mining address is correct if the webpage is unresponsive, hence the report about unresponsive unit.

Now if I (and others with the red & green lights of death) disconnect all ASIC boards you can access the rig by IP address.  Of course it doesn't matter.
a) any settings entered are erased when you reboot (yes all mining config info is replaced with an "X" after reboot)
and
b) connecting any mining board (tried each of the 4 individually) returns to same red & green lights of death.


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Hence the word MAY help.
If you continue ridicule me, I will stop giving suggestions.
If you didn't want help or suggestions....  why come here?
With that said....

I had the same problem.
After a couple minutes, the miners do become unresponsive after a few poll attempts...
How I was able to get in, was to be quick about it....timing
When you get the address, waste no time accessing...
When I did it...Sniff & access must be done with a dash of speed, and sometimes repeatedly.  They all reacted the same way.
good luck

Remember it took me 18 hours to crack my first miner...   Edgar loves that....  lol
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Same thing here...

People forget that they can have multiple problems which all appear to be the same problem...

On another tack...

The missing heat transfer pads is a cute problem too.

Testing units -- before they leave the plant? Final inspections? Why?

How would that help?

Just asking!


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December 10, 2013, 05:51:50 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

try change pool
eligius have problems witch kncminer

looking job
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December 10, 2013, 05:57:15 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

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December 10, 2013, 05:57:59 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

try change pool
eligius have problems witch kncminer

Eligius had some problems lately but i don't think it is only related to knc hw

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December 10, 2013, 06:23:08 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

try change pool
eligius have problems witch kncminer

Eligius had some problems lately but i don't think it is only related to knc hw

I personally left Eligius once I learned Luke Jr. used the pool (and thus my hashpower) to execute a 51% attack to destroy an altcoin without my knowledge. I also came across some pretty religiously intolerant posts he made and learned he includes religious text in the blocks Eligius finds which made it easy to switch as well...

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December 10, 2013, 06:26:16 PM
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I personally left Eligius once I learned Luke Jr. used the pool (and thus my hashpower) to execute a 51% attack to destroy an altcoin without my knowledge. I also came across some pretty religiously intolerant posts he made and learned he includes religious text in the blocks Eligius finds which made it easy to switch as well...



Now this made my afternoon reading attention span perk up.. do tell more

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December 10, 2013, 06:33:22 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

try change pool
eligius have problems witch kncminer

Eligius had some problems lately but i don't think it is only related to knc hw

I personally left Eligius once I learned Luke Jr. used the pool (and thus my hashpower) to execute a 51% attack to destroy an altcoin without my knowledge. I also came across some pretty religiously intolerant posts he made and learned he includes religious text in the blocks Eligius finds which made it easy to switch as well...
Odd....  It was my understanding Wizkid is Eligius, and Luke JR. is Slush.....  am I Mistaken?


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December 10, 2013, 06:34:20 PM
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Is there anything I can do to get these cores to work? On board 3 none of the cores work, and on board 2 about 24 out of the 192 cores seem to stay off.

I just got the miner today and when I initially started it up the hashrate climbed up to about 660/670, but later i checked and noticed it was running at about 480GH/s.

http://i.imgur.com/OipHElT.png

I also have the same issue. 2 Nov Jupiters, both have their own 1200w PSU.
Both started off at 660+ GH but after 12 hours one unit is at 500GH with all cores disabled on one ASIC board
Tried hard reset, checked connections

Has anybody managed to salvage such a board ?
Thanks

try change pool

eligius have problems witch kncminer

Eligius had some problems lately but i don't think it is only related to knc hw

I personally left Eligius once I learned Luke Jr. used the pool (and thus my hashpower) to execute a 51% attack to destroy an altcoin without my knowledge. I also came across some pretty religiously intolerant posts he made and learned he includes religious text in the blocks Eligius finds which made it easy to switch as well...
Odd....  It was my understanding Wizkid is eligius, and Luke JR. is Slush.....  am I wrong?

i thought they were the same guy?
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December 10, 2013, 06:40:08 PM
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hey guys wake up lol

stop make stories xD


eligius have problem with november jupiter many HW

thats it

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December 10, 2013, 06:43:55 PM
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hmmm no

only

stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334

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December 10, 2013, 06:45:01 PM
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hmmm no

only

stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334

ahah you and Jelin sound exactly the same, you're broken english is awesome.
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December 10, 2013, 06:45:12 PM
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I personally left Eligius once I learned Luke Jr. used the pool (and thus my hashpower) to execute a 51% attack to destroy an altcoin without my knowledge. I also came across some pretty religiously intolerant posts he made and learned he includes religious text in the blocks Eligius finds which made it easy to switch as well...

Off topic but very interesting. Care to give an example? Kind of relates to KNCMiners as a significant amount of hosted customers were switched to Eligius.
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December 10, 2013, 06:50:06 PM
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hmmm no

only

stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334
stratum+tcp://stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334
this is if yours has problems with eligius... may help
this address was the only way I was able to mine @ eligius because the firmware kept adding Http:// to the front of the regular stratum address somehow...but this worked for me as a workaround...  I believe I got it from an old ckilovas post?


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December 10, 2013, 06:51:39 PM
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thanks phoenix i will try

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December 10, 2013, 07:02:03 PM
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Odd....  It was my understanding Wizkid is Eligius, and Luke JR. is Slush.....  am I Mistaken?
Luke and Wizkid run Eligius; Slush is run by Marek Palatinus in the Czech Republic.

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