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October 21, 2013, 03:17:03 AM
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The thread is at page 633 so I didn't read it searching for a solution tho did search "duplicate share" and didn't find a solution.  I'm running a KnC Mercury and seeing a lot of these:

[2013-10-21 03:10:08] Accepted 019ac0d5 Diff 159/113 KnC 0 pool 1
 [2013-10-21 03:10:11] Accepted 01aeaa0e Diff 152/113 KnC 0 pool 1
 [2013-10-21 03:10:14] Accepted 0207bcfd Diff 126/113 KnC 0 pool 1
 [2013-10-21 03:10:14] Rejected 0207bcfd Diff 126/113 KnC 0 pool 1 (Duplicate share)
 [2013-10-21 03:10:15] Rejected 0207bcfd Diff 126/113 KnC 0 pool 1 (Duplicate share)
 [2013-10-21 03:10:26] Accepted 00341792 Diff 1.26K/113 KnC 0 pool 1
 [2013-10-21 03:10:26] Accepted 0052d1a1 Diff 791/113 KnC 0 pool 1

I tried using a mining_proxy but the firmware has a minimum difficulty set that is too high for the proxy I think.  And, trying mining_proxy.py --real-target 100 fails.

Is there a solution to the Duplicate share problem?  Each gives me a reject and that figure is below:
KnC 0:  | 149.1G/137.0Gh/s | A:307173 R:20267 HW:25192 WU:2183.1/m

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October 21, 2013, 11:48:28 AM
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What is the best powered hub for Eruptor, or other USB miners?



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October 21, 2013, 04:25:45 PM
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There are two items in the thread subject that are no more up to date:

First, but less importantly, the hashrate has been higher than 200 TH/s for some time already. But I understand that Slush may be rather conservative in this direction and not change the subject every now and then.

Second, and more importantly IMHO, the pool is no more "UserDiff". The target difficulty for a miner's shares is now set "automatically" by the pool software.
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October 21, 2013, 04:30:03 PM
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There are two items in the thread subject that are no more up to date:

First, but less importantly, the hashrate has been higher than 200 TH/s for some time already. But I understand that Slush may be rather conservative in this direction and not change the subject every now and then.

Second, and more importantly IMHO, the pool is no more "UserDiff". The target difficulty for a miner's shares is now set "automatically" by the pool software.

"Vardiff" was activated about 6 weeks ago.

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October 21, 2013, 08:14:08 PM
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There are two items in the thread subject that are no more up to date:

First, but less importantly, the hashrate has been higher than 200 TH/s for some time already. But I understand that Slush may be rather conservative in this direction and not change the subject every now and then.

Second, and more importantly IMHO, the pool is no more "UserDiff". The target difficulty for a miner's shares is now set "automatically" by the pool software.

"Vardiff" was activated about 6 weeks ago.

Sure, but the thread subject line still says UserDiff today.
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October 21, 2013, 09:43:33 PM
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There are two items in the thread subject that are no more up to date:

First, but less importantly, the hashrate has been higher than 200 TH/s for some time already. But I understand that Slush may be rather conservative in this direction and not change the subject every now and then.

Second, and more importantly IMHO, the pool is no more "UserDiff". The target difficulty for a miner's shares is now set "automatically" by the pool software.

"Vardiff" was activated about 6 weeks ago.

Sure, but the thread subject line still says UserDiff today.

Its a long time in mining, but only twinkle in the eye of a thread.

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October 21, 2013, 10:16:43 PM
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Thank you, Aigeezer! Very informative!


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October 21, 2013, 11:51:11 PM
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Anybody here got a KNC miner, and willing to talk? I just wondered if you are happy with it, how it's built and how it performs. And, of course, does it get the hash that's promised. I got some BFL stuff and more on the way, but I'm really interested in KNC now...

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October 22, 2013, 01:36:15 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?
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October 22, 2013, 03:14:19 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?

When did you order your Saturn? I haven't heard a word about mine.

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October 22, 2013, 05:15:42 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?


that is almost exactly what I was making with my BFL 30Gh/s just under 2 months ago when I got it. much less now of course.

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October 22, 2013, 09:02:15 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?


that is almost exactly what I was making with my BFL 30Gh/s just under 2 months ago when I got it. much less now of course.
I am thinking about KNC Jupiter, but it should be useless in a two months after delivery... who knows.
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October 22, 2013, 09:05:53 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?


that is almost exactly what I was making with my BFL 30Gh/s just under 2 months ago when I got it. much less now of course.
I am thinking about KNC Jupiter, but it should be useless in a two months after delivery... who knows.

If the exchange rate stays stable or continues to rise as it is at the moment, then mining is still ok.

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October 22, 2013, 10:47:38 AM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?

When did you order your Saturn? I haven't heard a word about mine.

June 20th.
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October 22, 2013, 01:31:36 PM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

It shipped on Oct 15th as promised, arrived here in Canada on the 18th.
One fan was popped off during shipping which is the norm.

It came with 0.95, I reflashed it with 0.96 firmware...no difference as far as I can tell.

I think they could do a lot better with the firmware, and I can't wait to see what the talented guys at CGMiner and BFGMiner can do with their software on these boxes.

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.

Anything else in particular you'd like to know?


that is almost exactly what I was making with my BFL 30Gh/s just under 2 months ago when I got it. much less now of course.
I am thinking about KNC Jupiter, but it should be useless in a two months after delivery... who knows.

If the exchange rate stays stable or continues to rise as it is at the moment, then mining is still ok.

Yeah.... why is btc rising?!!? with SR gone why are people willing to pay so much for BTC and what are they buying... very odd stuff going on
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October 22, 2013, 06:54:25 PM
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Could someone with a bit of knowledge of this pool explain to me a little about the API?
Im trying to monitor the generated BTC once an hour, and unlike most pools i'd use theres no total paid out value in there, and im struggling to understand which specific stats i want to be using to get an accurate measurement of income.

Currently im using 'confirmed rewards', and im running a check on the last db entry to see if that figure has decreased then it must have meant a payment has been sent, in which case i increase the db's total payout to += 'send_threshold'.

I thought that would be correct, however about 2hr ago my db stats went from:

16:00 UTC
Confirmed: 0.31413209
Total Payout: 0.00000000
Hourly update: 0.00000000 (no block solved)

17:00 UTC
Confirmed: 0.04204677
Total Payout: 0.25000000
Hourly update: -0.02208532


18:00 UTC
Confirmed: 0.13160902
Total Payout: 0.25000000
Hourly update: 0.08956225

Now, this has happened because rather than simply paying out based on the threshold, its paid more (0.31), however there doesnt appear to be anything in the API which tells me there has been any payment, and it means my attempt to code something in to respond to the fact that there isnt a total paid out statistic, is completely useless because if it sends 0.31btc i only know this by manually looking, and i have to go fumbling through the database to fix this.
Has anyone found a solution which allows for the funds to be properly monitored, i genuinely thought with the 'send_threshold' it'd work, but its not much use really, its just another snippet of information rather than being a valuable means of circumventing the lack of 'total_payout' on the account & API.
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October 22, 2013, 07:13:09 PM
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I find that the "YubiKey" solves this problem of time limited passwords, all I have to do in Yubikey enabled websites is touch the gold tab on the Yubikey and the unique password is entered and sent.

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October 22, 2013, 07:45:02 PM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

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I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.


Damn, they got it to you in three days? Is that possible? Amazing.

You got the Saturn? You planning on upgrading it when that becomes available? I wonder how much it would cost to bring a Saturn up to a Jupiter. Their stuff looks impressive, in any case...

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October 22, 2013, 09:37:05 PM
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I've got a Saturn, 278gh steady as a rock, and most importantly running on Slush.
(I'm making about 0.026-0.030 per round with this device.)

<snip>

I think if you order now you will be in the negative in terms of making money with these to be honest.
I won't get all my money back in terms of coins either really, but I have my own reasons for buying a miner instead of buying bitcoins.


Damn, they got it to you in three days? Is that possible? Amazing.

You got the Saturn? You planning on upgrading it when that becomes available? I wonder how much it would cost to bring a Saturn up to a Jupiter. Their stuff looks impressive, in any case...

Yep, they shipped it October 15th, I had a small clearance issue with DHL (had to pay taxes), I did all that paperwork immediately Friday morning and it was there by Friday Oct 18th after lunch time. I live in Southern Ontario (Eastern Canada near Toronto). So, Sweden to my hometown of Guelph in 2.5 days.

If they offer reasonable cost for extra boards I would pay for them. I'm very happy to see 0.15 bitcoin dropping into my wallet from the pool every 1-2 hours.

I would have to estimate the return on investment to buy more modules. I would hope that they would be dramatically cheaper to existing customers. (<$500 each) I have the case and beagleboard controller etc, they just need to be screwed down and plugged in.

I bought a bigger power supply in order to allow for upgrading if it becomes possible. (Coolermaster v850)

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October 22, 2013, 10:07:05 PM
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Please consider upgrading your site to offer Yubikey authentication.


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