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May 02, 2014, 03:22:16 PM
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Pool seems to have grown considerably recently. I wonder if there's an impression that some previous bad luck will equate to good luck. 97% over the previous 30 days doesn't seem totally awful but there have been some days.... Glad to see the growth.
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May 02, 2014, 06:07:03 PM
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Pool seems to have grown considerably recently. I wonder if there's an impression that some previous bad luck will equate to good luck. 97% over the previous 30 days doesn't seem totally awful but there have been some days.... Glad to see the growth.

Was thinking the same or many user just received new hardware to add to there clusters.
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May 03, 2014, 01:54:22 PM
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Hi guys,

I need your help in relation to BitBargain's sellers test. There is one question that i am struggling with so i would appreciate your help very much. The question is:
"You want to sell at Bitstamp Ask + 4%, but never below 200 GBP per BTC. What is the price formula for this?".

I hope someone here is a BitBargain seller and came across this question on the test Smiley

Many thanks in advance and i am looking forward to your replies.
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May 03, 2014, 03:28:16 PM
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I'm running a total of 6 antminers (s1/s2) under bfgminer. The miners have been running stable for over 96 hours now. The software is reporting over 12Ghs in the 5 sec decaying stat. while the pool is showing just under 8 Ghs. That's an apparent 30+% under run and it been like that for over two days. Very low reject rate (under.5%) and NO hardware errors.

Any ideas and can someone give me the link to Slush's support page?

Thanks
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May 03, 2014, 04:54:28 PM
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Hello

Yes a few people see that it goes up and down..  mine sometimes shows 1.4TH/s  and other times 999GH/s  it seems to settle down and even out. Latest payout was awful compared to usual though  Angry

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May 03, 2014, 07:11:08 PM
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Latest payout was awful compared to usual though
Mine was very low too (about a third of the preceding round).  Somebody ate all the pies, and I know it wasn't me.

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May 03, 2014, 07:46:56 PM
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Latest payout was awful compared to usual though
Mine was very low too (about a third of the preceding round).  Somebody ate all the pies, and I know it wasn't me.

Pies? and here I've been content with gruel.
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May 04, 2014, 02:24:09 PM
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Latest payout was awful compared to usual though
Mine was very low too (about a third of the preceding round).  Somebody ate all the pies, and I know it wasn't me.

Mine was low to. But in my part my miners were redirected again right at the end of the round. So slushes antipool hopping code got me good. Is anyone elses bfgminer being redirected to the russian IP still. I was fine all week and got hit twice this weekend. My equipment is in a remote data room, running all BFL hardware. Good thing for API.
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May 04, 2014, 03:59:35 PM
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My both miners were redirected to 46.28.205.80 again. I hate thieves. I received nothing from last round because of them... Someone should do something about that.
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May 04, 2014, 07:12:26 PM
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My both miners were redirected to 46.28.205.80 again. I hate thieves. I received nothing from last round because of them... Someone should do something about that.

If you have access to your router you might go in and block the IP. You won't get anything but neither will they.
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May 04, 2014, 07:20:44 PM
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My both miners were redirected to 46.28.205.80 again. I hate thieves. I received nothing from last round because of them... Someone should do something about that.

I fyou have access to your router you might go in and block the IP. You won't get anything but neither will they.

Thanks for the tip. I have already added rule to iptables into one of my antminers to drop all packets to this address, but he went offline and did not reconnect. Now I made better solution. I made simple script which is executed every minute by cron. It kills cgminer if connection to this address is detected.
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May 04, 2014, 08:00:39 PM
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My both miners were redirected to 46.28.205.80 again. I hate thieves. I received nothing from last round because of them... Someone should do something about that.

I fyou have access to your router you might go in and block the IP. You won't get anything but neither will they.

Thanks for the tip. I have already added rule to iptables into one of my antminers to drop all packets to this address, but he went offline and did not reconnect. Now I made better solution. I made simple script which is executed every minute by cron. It kills cgminer if connection to this address is detected.

Most routers nowadays have MAC address filtering options. I suggest checking if you router has that option and turning it on if available or picking up a new router with MAC address filtering capabilities.

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May 04, 2014, 08:18:24 PM
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My both miners were redirected to 46.28.205.80 again. I hate thieves. I received nothing from last round because of them... Someone should do something about that.

I fyou have access to your router you might go in and block the IP. You won't get anything but neither will they.

Thanks for the tip. I have already added rule to iptables into one of my antminers to drop all packets to this address, but he went offline and did not reconnect. Now I made better solution. I made simple script which is executed every minute by cron. It kills cgminer if connection to this address is detected.

Upgrade to the newest cgminer.  It won't allow client.reconnect to send you to a server on a different domain name than the one you're mining against.

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May 04, 2014, 09:00:15 PM
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Upgrade to the newest cgminer.  It won't allow client.reconnect to send you to a server on a different domain name than the one you're mining against.

Got a link for upgrading S1 to latest cgminer?

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May 04, 2014, 09:23:50 PM
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Upgrade to the newest cgminer.  It won't allow client.reconnect to send you to a server on a different domain name than the one you're mining against.

Got a link for upgrading S1 to latest cgminer?

Change your s1 password and do not store it in your browser.

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May 04, 2014, 09:34:01 PM
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Upgrade to the newest cgminer.  It won't allow client.reconnect to send you to a server on a different domain name than the one you're mining against.

Got a link for upgrading S1 to latest cgminer?

Change your s1 password and do not store it in your browser.

Good advice mudb - already do that - was wondering how to install the latest cgminer on an ant s1...

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May 04, 2014, 09:49:19 PM
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Upgrade to the newest cgminer.  It won't allow client.reconnect to send you to a server on a different domain name than the one you're mining against.

Got a link for upgrading S1 to latest cgminer?

Change your s1 password and do not store it in your browser.

Good advice mudb - already do that - was wondering how to install the latest cgminer on an ant s1...

version 3.12.0 is available from BitMain on their support page(7th Feb update) not exactly the latest...................

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May 05, 2014, 05:36:55 AM
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Mine was low to. But in my part my miners were redirected again right at the end of the round. So slushes antipool hopping code got me good. Is anyone elses bfgminer being redirected to the russian IP still. I was fine all week and got hit twice this weekend. My equipment is in a remote data room, running all BFL hardware. Good thing for API.
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Things I wound helpful was checking that slush is the only pool in the pool list , deleting  bfgminer.conf and starting whole hing from BAT with SLush pool as only pool showing.
Seems to me that then work was done you will get bogus block from slush just to try and stop pool hooping.

What should happen is that once block is solved and no more new block are found all
your miners should start working on bogus block just to make sure you stay on slush
when it's dinner time Wink

There is always Murphy's low , my computer went out yesterday and I only started mining this morning (there was an blackout with all the power in the house) so go
figure Tongue

When you want to use another pool do the same thing , single BAT that will show
your pool of choice as only pool (not active) buy only pool showing , when you want to go back to slush just use different bat and report results.

It's not that well done in BFGMiner I must say and you still have to monitor from time to time that no new pool found it's way in but it can only do that through bfgminer.conf file.My theory is that when your miner sees no more mork on slush it hops to pirate pool.

Anyway best of luck Wink

My BAT EXample :

bfgminer -o http://stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 -u Eagle92212.1 -p xxxxxxx -S antminer:all --set-device antminer:clock=x0981
 
Worked so far.

However high speed workers are probably better targets.
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May 05, 2014, 06:33:52 AM
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Mine was low to. But in my part my miners were redirected again right at the end of the round. So slushes antipool hopping code got me good. Is anyone elses bfgminer being redirected to the russian IP still. I was fine all week and got hit twice this weekend. My equipment is in a remote data room, running all BFL hardware. Good thing for API.


Things I wound helpful was checking that slush is the only pool in the pool list , deleting  bfgminer.conf and starting whole hing from BAT with SLush pool as only pool showing.
Seems to me that then work was done you will get bogus block from slush just to try and stop pool hooping.

What should happen is that once block is solved and no more new block are found all
your miners should start working on bogus block just to make sure you stay on slush
when it's dinner time Wink

There is always Murphy's low , my computer went out yesterday and I only started mining this morning (there was an blackout with all the power in the house) so go
figure Tongue

When you want to use another pool do the same thing , single BAT that will show
your pool of choice as only pool (not active) buy only pool showing , when you want to go back to slush just use different bat and report results.

It's not that well done in BFGMiner I must say and you still have to monitor from time to time that no new pool found it's way in but it can only do that through bfgminer.conf file.My theory is that when your miner sees no more mork on slush it hops to pirate pool.

Anyway best of luck Wink

My BAT EXample :

bfgminer -o http://stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 -u Eagle92212.1 -p xxxxxxx -S antminer:all --set-device antminer:clock=x0981
 
Worked so far.

However high speed workers are probably better targets.

Running it from a BAT file does not offer any special protection.  Using a single pool without fall-over to a back pool (or 2) ignores the sad history of pools having server faults (like the flood in Slush's place in Prague) or being victims of DDnOS attacks.  It is a good idea to setup backup pools for such events, so that your mining resources are not left idle when your primary pool has some hiccup.
You probably need to secure your computing setup at home first (good virus protection, firewalls, UPS, surge protection, password management, updates etc.).
(Somehow I don't think that a few Antminer U1/2's pose an interesting challenge to hackers.... Undecided)

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May 05, 2014, 07:24:19 AM
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(Somehow I don't think that a few Antminer U1/2's pose an interesting challenge to hackers.... Undecided)

Cheers

Hey I've got 2 more coming :=_)
BTW Here to learn not to make money ( YET }:> ) and that I'm doing Smiley
Thanks for new info and fell free to correct my noob theories when not to lazy Smiley

P.S. I'll try posting a bit less , but unless I don't ask answers are not given so bare with me plz
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