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Author Topic: [40+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 3856257 times)
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April 29, 2014, 01:32:53 PM
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You've been around long enough to know you'll check back at the pool and cry about all the blocks you missed the moment you leave.  Grin
I will cry no more than 3 pages I promise

I'm still waiting on the answer of how to fix LUCK. I got the coin in my hand now please tell me how to make it always land heads up without modifying its physical properties
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April 29, 2014, 02:04:10 PM
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I got the coin in my hand now please tell me how to make it always land heads up without modifying its physical properties
Put some soap on the heads side

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April 29, 2014, 03:21:59 PM
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actually, our luck is being pretty consistent. BTCguild's is about the same as ours.

size doesn't matter.

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April 29, 2014, 04:49:03 PM
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I just got a Dragon 1 Ths miner and I'm struggling to get it to work here.
My Avalon works fine.
The Dragon works fine at Guild.
I have a feeling this is a minimum difficulty setting as Guild allows me to set 1024 which lets the miner work.
There is no such setting at Slush though.
Any other Dragon miners got their machines running here?
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April 29, 2014, 05:00:38 PM
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Any other Dragon miners got their machines running here?
Not a Dragon miner, but if you use a proxy, you may be able to trick the pool to keep higher diff (between restarts) - make sure you put login details in the proxy instead of the miner (see -cu -cp)

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April 29, 2014, 05:06:37 PM
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I have no idea what you just said  Huh
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April 29, 2014, 05:41:12 PM
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I have no idea what you just said  Huh

Check http://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto

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April 29, 2014, 08:09:09 PM
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I just got a Dragon 1 Ths miner and I'm struggling to get it to work here.
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I have a feeling this is a minimum difficulty setting as Guild allows me to set 1024 which lets the miner work.
There is no such setting at Slush though.
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I have a CoinTerra running at Slush's pool, and it does suck for a little bit when it starts up at a difficulty of 3.  But it doesn't take very long for it to vardiff itself up to 1100 or 1200.  Is vardiff not working for you?  Is that the problem you're seeing, or is it some other connection problem?
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April 29, 2014, 08:25:30 PM
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Some miners are sensitive to the network delays and submitting several shares per second is causing them to fail getting to higher diff - had the same problem some time ago and using proxy to keep the diff between (few) restarts helped me to 'climb' to higher diff where the miner is already happy to continue

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April 29, 2014, 08:30:46 PM
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I have a question that is probably already answered somewhere, but, I haven't been able to find the answer.

The "MH/s" shown on the "My Account" page, for each worker.  Over what time period is that?  I assume it's an average over some time period, but, what is the time period?

Thanks....
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April 29, 2014, 08:49:48 PM
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I have a question that is probably already answered somewhere, but, I haven't been able to find the answer.

The "MH/s" shown on the "My Account" page, for each worker.  Over what time period is that?  I assume it's an average over some time period, but, what is the time period?

Thanks....

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April 29, 2014, 09:01:25 PM
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current round

Thanks.  I thought that might be the case.  Makes it hard to see variation in any changes I make in the config of my miner, since rounds sometimes last most of a day, but understandable.  Is there any break-down of what work is being contributed by workers elsewhere in the interface?
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April 30, 2014, 04:29:55 AM
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Thanks.  I thought that might be the case.  Makes it hard to see variation in any changes I make in the config of my miner, since rounds sometimes last most of a day, but understandable.  Is there any break-down of what work is being contributed by workers elsewhere in the interface?

Your profile page breaks down stats per worker.
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April 30, 2014, 03:13:48 PM
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Your profile page breaks down stats per worker.

Right, on the My Account page.  That's what I was asking about originally.  But, that only shows an average for the worker across the whole of the current round.  I'd like to see a 20 minute, or even 1 hour, average.  So that I can see any effect of tuning in my workers without having to wait more than a full round.
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April 30, 2014, 04:11:03 PM
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Is anyone else seeing some strange data in the estimated reward and their current scores? I have a current score of around 6000 with over 8700 shares and my estimated reward is about 2% of what I normally see for the same number of shares. My hashrate appears normal.

Any ideas or explanations?
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April 30, 2014, 04:47:07 PM
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Is anyone else seeing some strange data in the estimated reward and their current scores? I have a current score of around 6000 with over 8700 shares and my estimated reward is about 2% of what I normally see for the same number of shares. My hashrate appears normal.

Any ideas or explanations?

Happens sometimes, should correct itself pretty quick. It's only a problem if the round just end's when this happens and even then slush corrects this...
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April 30, 2014, 06:27:43 PM
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Sorry everyone for starting such a heated discussion over repairs.

I just finished contacting my second local college and found some interesting things about the bitmain s1 antiminer.

The motherboards are NOT normal boards and can not be soldered on. Heat will destroy them. Guess this is the future of motherboards now. They are only one sided boards with everything added in layers over layers using some form of adheasive/electrical process to make things stick and connect.

What happened on mine (and just realized it was a brand new one just got in 10 days ago) was the item pulled away from the motherboard completely. Just fell off. Piss poor workmanship all done by computers.

Of course I purchased several off ebay as new and can't return them so I'm out, my bad I guess. Anyway bitcoin is always a high risk venture and always will be for the time being.

Guess will be selling it for parts for best I can get. Just letting everyone know the motherboards are not like TV or computer boards etc. That is why they don't repair them. If they work good enough to pass test that's all they care. I have 7 computers and workstations and only 2 have similar motherboards where items (at least larger ones) can't be replaced without microscopes and some sort of fancy adhearing processs etc.
If you bought it off fleabay, I doubt it was new, doesn't sound like it in the end... anyway, I broke some capacitors off mine and a guy at my local computer shop just soldered them back on for me, nothing fancy at all...

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April 30, 2014, 07:00:47 PM
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Your profile page breaks down stats per worker.

Right, on the My Account page.  That's what I was asking about originally.  But, that only shows an average for the worker across the whole of the current round.  I'd like to see a 20 minute, or even 1 hour, average.  So that I can see any effect of tuning in my workers without having to wait more than a full round.

I believe that Slush implied on the Facebook page that functionality like this is coming "Soon (TM)".
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April 30, 2014, 10:55:30 PM
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Is anyone else seeing some strange data in the estimated reward and their current scores? I have a current score of around 6000 with over 8700 shares and my estimated reward is about 2% of what I normally see for the same number of shares. My hashrate appears normal.

Any ideas or explanations?
With a very modest hashrate (about 7.5 GH/s split evenly between Slush and BTCguild) I see large variations in Slush.  This seems to be due in no small part to over-aggressiveness on the part of Vardiff:  it appears to go in cycles over about 20-30 minutes, dropping from difficulty 4 to 1, then up to 2, then up to 3 or 4, then back down to 1, resulting in big swings in the estimated reward.  BTCguild, meanwhile, remains steady on the minimum of 2.  Sod's Law decrees that Slush will often solve a block just when the estimated reward is at its low point, resulting in variance of over 50% even on reasonably long rounds when one would expect some consistency.

It seems to me that Vardiff is too sensitive to sort-term changes; while this may be a useful attribute in the first few minutes after establishing a connection, it becomes a liability once the worker has settled down.

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April 30, 2014, 11:52:06 PM
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Is anyone else seeing some strange data in the estimated reward and their current scores? I have a current score of around 6000 with over 8700 shares and my estimated reward is about 2% of what I normally see for the same number of shares. My hashrate appears normal.

Any ideas or explanations?
With a very modest hashrate (about 7.5 GH/s split evenly between Slush and BTCguild) I see large variations in Slush.  This seems to be due in no small part to over-aggressiveness on the part of Vardiff:  it appears to go in cycles over about 20-30 minutes, dropping from difficulty 4 to 1, then up to 2, then up to 3 or 4, then back down to 1, resulting in big swings in the estimated reward.  BTCguild, meanwhile, remains steady on the minimum of 2.  Sod's Law decrees that Slush will often solve a block just when the estimated reward is at its low point, resulting in variance of over 50% even on reasonably long rounds when one would expect some consistency.

It seems to me that Vardiff is too sensitive to sort-term changes; while this may be a useful attribute in the first few minutes after establishing a connection, it becomes a liability once the worker has settled down.

Maybe vardiff needs to tone itself down after N shares or X minutes of runtime?
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