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August 04, 2018, 09:00:38 PM
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First time below 9000 workers in almost 2 weeks... perhaps the Whales are swimming out to sea?
This little fish is still swimming here in the best pool... Hoping that it's not another long weekend of waiting for that next block...
Perhaps some clairvoyant Scotch will help the situation...
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My derp should be heading back up a bit with the big guns cutting back on their hash power.
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August 06, 2018, 02:09:26 AM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!
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August 06, 2018, 02:16:41 AM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

why such a small number?

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August 06, 2018, 06:00:54 AM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

Also off subject lately... I believe we finally have a block...

535,446    665    1,019,333    12.5 + 0.04192415 BTC    2018-08-06 00:08:45    0000000000000000001b5a52925ad249
aea46122014adb915f8ca3a5f1db5756    10.29T / 5.95T

\o/
So, let's do another!

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August 06, 2018, 07:30:01 AM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

Also off subject lately... I believe we finally have a block...

535,446    665    1,019,333    12.5 + 0.04192415 BTC    2018-08-06 00:08:45    0000000000000000001b5a52925ad249
aea46122014adb915f8ca3a5f1db5756    10.29T / 5.95T

\o/
So, let's do another!
Code:
[2018-08-06 05:08:31.765] Possible block solve diff 10290370667170.125000 !
[2018-08-06 05:08:31.831] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2018-08-06 05:08:32.187] Solved block 535446 by 3Cy7rpWHSzEJ42XRjUkACUdWE3KHiu3puP.xc48x35
[2018-08-06 05:08:32.187] User 3Cy7rpWHSzEJ42XRjUkACUdWE3KHiu3puP:{"hashrate1m": "51.4P", "hashrate5m": "51.2P", "hashrate1hr": "51.1P", "hashrate1d": "51P", "hashrate7d": "46.1P"}
[2018-08-06 05:08:32.187] Worker 3Cy7rpWHSzEJ42XRjUkACUdWE3KHiu3puP.xc48x35:{"hashrate1m": "18.8T", "hashrate5m": "18.3T", "hashrate1hr": "17T", "hashrate1d": "17T", "hashrate7d": "15.5T"}
[2018-08-06 05:10:01.953] Hash for block height 535446 confirms block was CONFIRMED

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August 06, 2018, 01:05:48 PM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

why such a small number?

Well, I am using a GekkoScience 2Pac BM1384, so this is a small miner. Should I be using a higher diff?
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August 06, 2018, 01:53:26 PM
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Doesn't the poll pool set diff for us?

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August 06, 2018, 01:57:12 PM
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

why such a small number?

Well, I am using a GekkoScience 2Pac BM1384, so this is a small miner. Should I be using a higher diff?

This is mine:

"suggest-diff" : "128",
"gekko-terminus-freq" : "275",
"gekko-2pac-freq" : "212.50"

The pool will also set a diff pretty well. Your frequencies may differ.
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Hello,
this is maybe slightly off subject, but I am wondering how to translate on cgminer the command line option "--suggest-diff 32" into an entry in the config file?
Thanks!

why such a small number?

Well, I am using a GekkoScience 2Pac BM1384, so this is a small miner. Should I be using a higher diff?
That's entirely up to you. Half the fun of Sidehack's GekkoScience sticks is finding out what works best for you, or more correctly perhaps, what works best for each miner. You get to set the pot, choose the hashing speed but the miner will let you know what works best in your circumstance. Almost nothing in crypto-mining is `linear', so things are changing constantly. Everything from pool difficulty to the ambient temperature of the room your mining in. I have 8 of these sticks, from three different sources. The only way to find what is best is to use them. I have run them as low as "--suggest-diff 64" and as high as "1024". What works best for me is various. For example, I might use somewhere between 176 and 256 when mining at 200MHz...
The Answer that I have for original question is that I use a .bat file that looks like:
cgminer.exe --gekko-2pac-freq 200 -o stratum+tcp://pool.ckpool.org:3333 -u yourwallet.worker -p x --suggest-diff 256 --usb :1 pause

The answers you are looking for are likely in the first pages of:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764803.0

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On the cgminer setup pages and readme files.

Now we're really off topic and you have some reading and testing to do... it's gonna take some of YOUR time...

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August 06, 2018, 02:36:47 PM
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Doesn't the poll [pool?] set diff for us?
It does if you don't use --suggest-diff `__' - but its default is set around 10,000 now so when you start a new stick miner up it can take a l-o-n-g time for you to get an Accepted share... that's what the pool needs to set a difficulty for you, so it speeds up the process and/or gives you some control. Previously Genie has offered up the math to prove there's no real difference in the difficulty you choose... but sometimes it's nice to see the little miners at work...

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The answers you are looking for are likely in the first pages of:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764803.0
or
On the cgminer setup pages and readme files.
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Now we're really off topic and you have some reading and testing to do... it's gonna take some of YOUR time...
For my defense, I did spend quite a bit of time on this (including going through the readme file and 2PAC thread) without succeeding.
I managed to have it work nicely on a batch file or command line, but not in a config file.
I want to go the config file way, mainly because I can't figure out how to set up multiple pool in a command line, which you can do in a config file.
My mistake actually was that I tried "suggest-diff" : 128 in the config file without the "" around "128" and cgminer does not like it...
Thanks for your help, and the explanation on the diff with the pool :-)
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August 06, 2018, 03:17:40 PM
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The answers you are looking for are likely in the first pages of:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764803.0
or
On the cgminer setup pages and readme files.
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Now we're really off topic and you have some reading and testing to do... it's gonna take some of YOUR time...
For my defense, I did spend quite a bit of time on this (including going through the readme file and 2PAC thread) without succeeding.
I managed to have it work nicely on a batch file or command line, but not in a config file.
I want to go the config file way, mainly because I can't figure out how to set up multiple pool in a command line, which you can do in a config file.
My mistake actually was that I tried "suggest-diff" : 128 in the config file without the "" around "128" and cgminer does not like it...
Thanks for your help, and the explanation on the diff with the pool :-)

After reading your 'defense'. I find you guilty of trying to hard. Keep on mining.
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The answers you are looking for are likely in the first pages of:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764803.0
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On the cgminer setup pages and readme files.
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Now we're really off topic and you have some reading and testing to do... it's gonna take some of YOUR time...
For my defense, I did spend quite a bit of time on this (including going through the readme file and 2PAC thread) without succeeding.
I managed to have it work nicely on a batch file or command line, but not in a config file.
I want to go the config file way, mainly because I can't figure out how to set up multiple pool in a command line, which you can do in a config file.
My mistake actually was that I tried "suggest-diff" : 128 in the config file without the "" around "128" and cgminer does not like it...
Thanks for your help, and the explanation on the diff with the pool :-)

After reading your 'defense'. I find you guilty of trying to hard. Keep on mining.
BigOli:
I am mining here, plus -CK's solo pool, plus a multi-pool alt coin concurrently. All miners are in one good quality hub and started by three different .bat files - all running thru an older Windoze 10 computer... so what you seek is certainly possible using my method... it's not the only path perhaps but it's easy enough for me... good luck and good mining...
G

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August 06, 2018, 06:52:47 PM
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Well back to blocks and beer. ? %

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Well back to blocks and beer. ? %

# off... # on... Mr. Nyagi  Wink

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August 06, 2018, 07:37:47 PM
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Well back to blocks and beer. ? %

# off... # on... Mr. Nyagi  Wink
Were you claiming we hit a block or was your timing perfect?
Block!
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Well back to blocks and beer. ? %

# off... # on... Mr. Nyagi  Wink
Were you claiming we hit a block or was your timing perfect?
Block!
I haven't seen a block solve on the pool for nearly 16 hours... I'm not sure where your `Block!' is coming from... and I'm easily led astray! So, I'll take it as wishful thinking for now... Hash on, all...

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August 06, 2018, 09:13:42 PM
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Well back to blocks and beer. ? %

# off... # on... Mr. Nyagi  Wink
Were you claiming we hit a block or was your timing perfect?
Block!
I haven't seen a block solve on the pool for nearly 16 hours... I'm not sure where your `Block!' is coming from... and I'm easily led astray! So, I'll take it as wishful thinking for now... Hash on, all...
Anybody else? I had an equivalent share of BTC hit my targeted address as if we hit a block?
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August 06, 2018, 09:28:57 PM
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User error if you can imagine that. Missed that one at 1:00 am this morning. My apologies. Newbie error.
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August 06, 2018, 10:13:42 PM
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User error if you can imagine that. Missed that one at 1:00 am this morning. My apologies. Newbie error.

Why you gotta get my hopes up like that? The cruelty.

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