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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4339191 times)
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October 18, 2013, 06:17:28 PM
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Is anyone else experiencing that reward payout is not happening?  Had my confirmed reward above the threshold for at least 2 hours and no payout... Wake up slush server, put some more coals into that engine....

Yeah me too

Now 3 hours over due.... Huh

And now 4 hours... Slush, PLEASE!!!!
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October 18, 2013, 07:44:17 PM
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I am using Cgminer on my Avalon. When I did the firmware upgrade recently, it upgraded the cgminer and there was a new load balancing feature.
I didn't use it right away as I had some worries of loss of hash.. but so far if I accumulate the total gh/s from the 3 pools, I have noted that I am reporting ~3-5 gh/s higher than when I had all ~110gh/s pointed to slush.

Pools are reporting atleast ~114-115gh/s combined...

Because the avalon is stand alone, and has the upgraded cgminer I split it 3 ways, then I have a little setup of usb jalapenos and BEs used by my MacPro which stays on 24 hrs a day usually rendering video cuts/edits..

So I think I am doing OK. I have some small amount of PPS which is nice to see it constantly accumulate.. and then I have my larger amounts of hashing power pointed at the 3 pools listed, all using the luck based system (PPLNS or whatever).


Anyone have any advice on solo mining? Should I maybe point my 20gh/s of USB miners to solo rather than PPS? anyone have some unbelievable luck lately?

So, as much as I love slush (i've basically only mined here since July) I've decided to go Load Balance between bitminter slush and guild.
I have ~100gh/s split ~33/ghs between the 3.

Then I have an additional 20gh/s (BEs & 2 jala) that I am currently trying out PPS on guild with. (Never did this before, seems logical for slower miners)

Who thinks I should try solo with the 20gh/s? SHA256 Alt coin?
Any comments on PPS vs PPLNS, which is better for more or less hash??

All speculative I know.. but fun to discuss...
How are you load balancing? Through BFGMiner's load balance option or manually by configuring several devices split up? I want to load balance but don't trust automated load balancing, also you lose some hashing power that way too.

20gh/s for solo mining? that is like wanting to solo mine with a Video card. so the answer would be NO.
maybe u have a typo and meant 20th/s then try it. but that seems low for solo mining too for today

That's why I was asking about it. Wondering if anyone has been lucky at all with solo mining. Could find a block after a year which would still be more that it would mine ever on a pool... though I would have some coin instead of none if I am not lucky.

Anyways probably gonna stick with my setup for now.
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October 18, 2013, 10:21:37 PM
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218539.065 Ghash/s?Huh

And what, just a few weeks ago we hit 100,000G? Where is all this hashpower coming from? Are there that many BFL machines out there? Or have all those Avalon chips found their way into machines? What can I order, not have to pay a ridiculously insane amount for, and expect to get in a reasonable time frame (a few weeks?)? Is all this just a few million Erupters?

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October 18, 2013, 10:29:12 PM
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218539.065 Ghash/s?Huh

And what, just a few weeks ago we hit 100,000G? Where is all this hashpower coming from? Are there that many BFL machines out there? Or have all those Avalon chips found their way into machines? What can I order, not have to pay a ridiculously insane amount for, and expect to get in a reasonable time frame (a few weeks?)? Is all this just a few million Erupters?


Everybody says BFL like they should have an impact. I doubt BFL is even significant. I'm thinking KnC is the more likely source. And, there are a heck of a lot of Bitfury chips out there in various machines.
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October 19, 2013, 01:56:23 AM
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I don't use .bat files either.  I just use a shortcut with specific parameters for each instance; and yes, they're conveniently placed on the desktop.  In my case, I run the BE array first with its specific shortcut while the BFL device is turned off.  When the BE array is running and has settled, I then turn on the BFL device and run its specific shortcut.  Though the BFL device would run with the BE array in one instance using the BE-specific shortcut (-S all), BFGMiner would identify its chips as BE devices and would label it as such (ICA##).
Just an update on your method of managing BEs and BFL on the same machine. I found myself in exact situation after getting rid of one of my rigs. I created a script that allows me to disable the BFL, run BFGMiner for BEs only, then enable BFL and start the second instance with BFL only.

It's a simple script but with my GPUs, wait times for all com ports to register it's a good 5 minutes long startup procedure - still beats turning off BFL. If you're interested I can give you my script and some instructions to work on.

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October 19, 2013, 02:12:12 AM
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They are "solo" mining.
The rest of us are like little flies picking up the scraps around the edges. Cry

I'm not sure why it's surprising for you. When the GPU clients appeared everyone with interest and disposable cash ran to build huge GPU farms. Now they go and build ASIC farms. nothing has changed really.

Not to mention the fact that bitcoin worth only a tiny fraction of todays value.

So do you guys think that mining will be such a big deal after the next block reduction? I suppose if the coin continues to rise in price, possibly. But when the blocksize hits 6.25 and then 3.125... Do you think that these giant mining consortiums, whoever or whatever they are, will still be willing to invest so much? I guess if you've bought a miner, just let it run, I realize people won't be turning them off, but will they be buying new hardware? Of course I'll be dead of old age, but I'm just speculating.

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October 19, 2013, 09:51:11 AM
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All my Block Eruptor stopped working 15 miutes ago for no obvious reasons ... using BFGMiner. Network on my RPi seems ok. Anyone else has issues with the pool ?
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October 19, 2013, 09:55:47 AM
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All my Block Eruptor stopped working 15 miutes ago for no obvious reasons ... using BFGMiner. Network on my RPi seems ok. Anyone else has issues with the pool ?
my rig is working ok, but I noticed a large drop in the pool's hash rate (from about 220TH to 198TH/s)
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October 19, 2013, 10:06:27 AM
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All my Block Eruptor stopped working 15 miutes ago for no obvious reasons ... using BFGMiner. Network on my RPi seems ok. Anyone else has issues with the pool ?
my rig is working ok, but I noticed a large drop in the pool's hash rate (from about 220TH to 198TH/s)

now at 176TH, looks like another DDOS attack or some server fault at our pool?!
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October 19, 2013, 10:15:57 AM
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Working again for me ...
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October 19, 2013, 10:19:58 AM
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Yep I had a problem for 20 min long. 2 of my miners didn't have answer from the pool. Back working now.
Server issue ?
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October 19, 2013, 10:20:12 AM
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All my Block Eruptor stopped working 15 miutes ago for no obvious reasons ... using BFGMiner. Network on my RPi seems ok. Anyone else has issues with the pool ?
my rig is working ok, but I noticed a large drop in the pool's hash rate (from about 220TH to 198TH/s)

now at 176TH, looks like another DDOS attack or some server fault at our pool?!

Or all this weeks deliveries of miners?
When you take delivery, its out of the box and get hashing.
Then on saturday morning, shut them down and tidy up the rig.

By tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

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October 19, 2013, 12:43:10 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
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October 19, 2013, 12:47:31 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
Who mentioned earnings
This was a question about pool hash rate.

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October 19, 2013, 04:36:20 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
Who mentioned earnings
This was a question about pool hash rate.

If your earnings aren't affected, why is it "as disruptive as a DDOS attack"?
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October 19, 2013, 05:40:35 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
Who mentioned earnings
This was a question about pool hash rate.

If your earnings aren't affected, why is it "as disruptive as a DDOS attack"?

my earnings are 1/3 what they were just 2 week ago because of increasing pool hash rate and difficulty increase. when I started here pool was 8 now were looking at 250... Roll Eyes

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October 19, 2013, 05:42:54 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
Who mentioned earnings
This was a question about pool hash rate.

If your earnings aren't affected, why is it "as disruptive as a DDOS attack"?

Got it totally wrong. The hash rate has only gone back up to 223.747723TH

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October 19, 2013, 06:05:46 PM
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tonight the pool hashrate could be back up to 250TH.  That kind of swing in hashrate is as disruptive as a DDOS attack.

Why's that? As long as you're mining (and there's no evidence that hashrate swings affect the pool), your earnings only depend on your hashrate and the current difficulty.
Who mentioned earnings
This was a question about pool hash rate.

If your earnings aren't affected, why is it "as disruptive as a DDOS attack"?

my earnings are 1/3 what they were just 2 week ago because of increasing pool hash rate and difficulty increase. when I started here pool was 8 now were looking at 250... Roll Eyes

Your earnings aren't directly affected by the pool hash rate; they're only affected by the difficulty. Of course, difficulty increases because of the overall hash rate increase, but during any difficulty round, increases in the pool (or total network) hash rate has no affect at all on your earnings.

If you're only getting 1/3 from two weeks ago, you're probably just having bad luck at the moment. Difficulty then was a bit more that half of what it is now, so your earning should be about 1/2 (actually a little bit more).
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October 19, 2013, 06:20:27 PM
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mining pool hashrate does affect your earnings as the 25btc block still has to be split by how many shares you submitted so for example a block took 100 shares and 1 user submitted all those share they would get 25bitcoin where as if 2 users submitted share they would get 12.5 each

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October 19, 2013, 06:33:01 PM
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mining pool hashrate does affect your earnings as the 25btc block still has to be split by how many shares you submitted so for example a block took 100 shares and 1 user submitted all those share they would get 25bitcoin where as if 2 users submitted share they would get 12.5 each

Indeed, but in the case of two users, you would win blocks twice as quickly since the pool's hash is doubled so the overall earnings would be the same.
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