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May 03, 2017, 03:23:34 AM
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and I found where they were referencing on the pool. I had an old table saying we did the normalizations when we actually don't.

http://www.zpool.ca/site/multialgo

Yes, I saw that table and that is why I did not have any normalizations in there at first.

Thanks again for everyones help
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May 03, 2017, 03:28:09 AM
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do em as the pool reads em.

mBTC/MH/day, per GH for sha256 & blake algos, kSol. for equihash (taken from top right webpage pane)

so if you make 300 sol;  you are .3ksol  so 0.3...

Here's the names added next to the normalizations for my 1070 in my gaming PC:

GTX 1070 FTW DT 8G


x17=7.7Mh
nist5=41.9Mh
x11evo=11.8Mh
sib=1.7Mh
x13=10.3Mh
x14=9.6Mh
x15=8.2Mh
x11=12.1Mh
qubit=18.5Mh
lyra2v2=37.2Mh
blakecoin=4.1Mh
blake2s=1.7Gh
neoscrypt=0.922Mh
decred=2.2Gh
skein=400.0Mh
lbry=270.0Mh
c11=12.74Mh
groestl=37.1Mh
quark=18.4Mh
keccak=550.0Mh
myr-gr=55.9Mh

When doing cpu based coins, I always did it the same so you get numbers like 0.0023 and 0.00087.  As long as they are relative to each other (in this case by GH/sec or MH/sec... then you are good to go.  

If you normalizes blake as Mh/s... you would end up with:
blake2s=17000.0;  which is totally not correct since the pool calcs it via GH =)

*edit* in my sig links, you can also find step by step instructions on how to find the actual normalization numbers (hashrates) of each algo on your own card/miner.

Glad to help sir.

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May 03, 2017, 03:34:11 AM
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Thanks JK.

re, workers. I'm still a bit miffed why this happens to some miners. I've yet to see any missing or ghost miners hanging around on my wallet address. That table is really a simple query pulling all the entries from the workers db that match the ID for your wallet. And right now, the oldest worker in the db is from GMT: Mon, 01 May 2017 09:08:42 GMT

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May 03, 2017, 03:46:13 AM
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Thanks JK.

re, workers. I'm still a bit miffed why this happens to some miners. I've yet to see any missing or ghost miners hanging around on my wallet address. That table is really a simple query pulling all the entries from the workers db that match the ID for your wallet. And right now, the oldest worker in the db is from GMT: Mon, 01 May 2017 09:08:42 GMT

if it makes any difference;  I dont think its the miner app cause it did it with ccminer 1.7, 1.8 and even alexis78 just the other day.   It's not a super imperative thing, but my friend who has multiple GH of machines;  has trouble ID'ing which one went offline sometimes.  He split the machines up into different accounts just so that if one drops, he can more easily jump on it.... kinda sucks though because it adds to the TX bulk and associated fees.   Ill give him the heads up that you've been looking at it though.

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May 03, 2017, 04:10:00 PM
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Can anyone explain what happened here. It appears my balance dropped without a payout.


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May 03, 2017, 04:26:25 PM
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Can anyone explain what happened here. It appears my balance dropped without a payout.

your balance is green (confirmed and cleared),
blue is estimated balance, actually it's nothing until it becomes real one.
if you ask why estimated balance gone down -
because market prices aren't constant, orphan blocks happen, forks and reorgs, etc...
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May 03, 2017, 05:12:23 PM
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Can anyone explain what happened here. It appears my balance dropped without a payout.

your balance is green (confirmed and cleared),
blue is estimated balance, actually it's nothing until it becomes real one.
if you ask why estimated balance gone down -
because market prices aren't constant, orphan blocks happen, forks and reorgs, etc...

thats right. market prices effect the estimate. Unless it's a strong market, you'll see that estimate fluctuate especially when I'm selling my bags.

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May 03, 2017, 05:25:39 PM
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I've disabled the yobit exchange for now since they pay shit for BTC tx fee's and now taking more than 24hours to confirm. Still waiting on 4 tx's. Coins that are found only on yobit will show no profitability.

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May 03, 2017, 05:29:53 PM
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Can anyone explain what happened here. It appears my balance dropped without a payout.

your balance is green (confirmed and cleared),
blue is estimated balance, actually it's nothing until it becomes real one.
if you ask why estimated balance gone down -
because market prices aren't constant, orphan blocks happen, forks and reorgs, etc...

thats right. market prices effect the estimate. Unless it's a strong market, you'll see that estimate fluctuate especially when I'm selling my bags.

I was actually thinking that. This is why I don't like to mine coins which have long block times.

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May 03, 2017, 05:30:58 PM
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Can anyone explain what happened here. It appears my balance dropped without a payout.

your balance is green (confirmed and cleared),
blue is estimated balance, actually it's nothing until it becomes real one.
if you ask why estimated balance gone down -
because market prices aren't constant, orphan blocks happen, forks and reorgs, etc...

thats right. market prices effect the estimate. Unless it's a strong market, you'll see that estimate fluctuate especially when I'm selling my bags.

I was actually thinking that. This is why I don't like to mine coins which have long block times.



yeah I hear ya, but when the BTC starts rolling in and you mine consistently, it'll make you happier Smiley

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May 03, 2017, 05:32:55 PM
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Another question.

When I mine I submit shares which are accepted.

Is my % of the reward based on the # of accepted shares / total shares required to find the block?

Is hash rate used in the calculations at all?
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May 03, 2017, 05:34:12 PM
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Have you thought about adding an ethereum pool?
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May 03, 2017, 05:42:45 PM
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Another question.

When I mine I submit shares which are accepted.

Is my % of the reward based on the # of accepted shares / total shares required to find the block?

Is hash rate used in the calculations at all?

your hash rate on pool side is actually calculated from shares afaik Smiley
in general, hash rate is miner software / gpu engine characteristic.
pool can't see what's going on in your miner, it gives work share, and gets it solved.
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May 03, 2017, 06:24:17 PM
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Have you thought about adding an ethereum pool?

if more miners were on equihash, decred & lbry I might consider it but it's not worth the effort.

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May 03, 2017, 09:36:44 PM
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I've disabled the yobit exchange for now since they pay shit for BTC tx fee's and now taking more than 24hours to confirm. Still waiting on 4 tx's. Coins that are found only on yobit will show no profitability.

What coins are they? I noticed I have a long flatline



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May 03, 2017, 09:56:11 PM
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I've disabled the yobit exchange for now since they pay shit for BTC tx fee's and now taking more than 24hours to confirm. Still waiting on 4 tx's. Coins that are found only on yobit will show no profitability.

What coins are they? I noticed I have a long flatline


none of these, check pools for those with zeroes in profit value (excl. myr in sha256)
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May 04, 2017, 01:04:48 AM
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Zpool.ca Normalization Tool for Password settings

Check out the sheet I made to build your password field for which algos you want to run when using the multi algo method here http://zpool.ca/site/multialgo

This also normalizes based on energy usage for each algo. If you do not want to use this feature just leave watts all the same.

You can change any cell with a green background

1. Put a 1 or 0 if you want to include the algo in your password
2. Put in the intensity value for each algo you want.
3. Put in your hash rates, can be per card or per rig
3. Put in power usage



Zpool.ca Normalization Tool for Password settings
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May 04, 2017, 01:49:49 AM
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Zpool.ca Normalization Tool for Password settings

Check out the sheet I made to build your password field for which algos you want to run when using the multi algo method here http://zpool.ca/site/multialgo

This also normalizes based on energy usage for each algo. If you do not want to use this feature just leave watts all the same.

You can change any cell with a green background

1. Put a 1 or 0 if you want to include the algo in your password
2. Put in the intensity value for each algo you want.
3. Put in your hash rates, can be per card or per rig
3. Put in power usage



Zpool.ca Normalization Tool for Password settings

The benchmark part of zpool can also be helpful to get some rates users are getting with their cards and CPUS:

http://ww.zpool.ca/bench

PS, I did just happen to see a bunch of reports about some worms in google doc links so just be cautious folks. Not saying that link is/has one, but just in general, be vigilant.

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May 04, 2017, 02:31:53 AM
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If the .xls file is small enough you could paste as a code snippet.

Or better yet; upload the file to mega; that way it can be downloaded through a file inspection service easily Wink

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May 04, 2017, 04:13:41 AM
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If the .xls file is small enough you could paste as a code snippet.

Or better yet; upload the file to mega; that way it can be downloaded through a file inspection service easily Wink

http://www.megafileupload.com/26j7x/Zpool_Normalization_Value.xlsx
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