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May 05, 2014, 01:37:32 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?

Did you try the cgminer thread?

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May 05, 2014, 03:25:14 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I am running my cluster with a single Bat file and its almost identical to yours except no antminer details as i have BFL hardware. And im not a huge miner anymore. Haven't added hardware in months. 400GH is peanuts now. lol . I have not deleted my bfgminer.conf.

Its stange that i had it happen a week ago, then nothing. Then twice again this weekend.





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
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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, 06:38:41 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I am running my cluster with a single Bat file and its almost identical to yours except no antminer details as i have BFL hardware. And im not a huge miner anymore. Haven't added hardware in months. 400GH is peanuts now. lol . I have not deleted my bfgminer.conf.

Its stange that i had it happen a week ago, then nothing. Then twice again this weekend.

YES! I have a jalapeno and it's happened to me twice this week. I find my miner heads off to IP 46.28.205.80 .


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May 06, 2014, 06:16:34 AM
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Thanks for the reply. I am running my cluster with a single Bat file and its almost identical to yours except no antminer details as i have BFL hardware. And im not a huge miner anymore. Haven't added hardware in months. 400GH is peanuts now. lol . I have not deleted my bfgminer.conf.

Its stange that i had it happen a week ago, then nothing. Then twice again this weekend.

YES! I have a jalapeno and it's happened to me twice this week. I find my miner heads off to IP 46.28.205.80 .



I wonder if this is some kind of DNS propagation attack.
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May 06, 2014, 09:21:30 AM
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Thanks for the reply. I am running my cluster with a single Bat file and its almost identical to yours except no antminer details as i have BFL hardware. And im not a huge miner anymore. Haven't added hardware in months. 400GH is peanuts now. lol . I have not deleted my bfgminer.conf.

Its stange that i had it happen a week ago, then nothing. Then twice again this weekend.

YES! I have a jalapeno and it's happened to me twice this week. I find my miner heads off to IP 46.28.205.80 .



I wonder if this is some kind of DNS propagation attack.

I wouldn't know much about how to fight that, but an alert from my account on Slush when my miner's hashing hits 0 would work for me.

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May 06, 2014, 04:56:43 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I am running my cluster with a single Bat file and its almost identical to yours except no antminer details as i have BFL hardware. And im not a huge miner anymore. Haven't added hardware in months. 400GH is peanuts now. lol . I have not deleted my bfgminer.conf.

Its stange that i had it happen a week ago, then nothing. Then twice again this weekend.

YES! I have a jalapeno and it's happened to me twice this week. I find my miner heads off to IP 46.28.205.80 .



I wonder if this is some kind of DNS propagation attack.

I wouldn't know much about how to fight that, but an alert from my account on Slush when my miner's hashing hits 0 would work for me.

I use MultiMiner (mining software) and MobileMiner (matching app) for monitoring my small but growing farm.
The developer is constantly upgrading and improving the software and is currently adding X11 and other algo. support.

MultiMiner/MobileMiner has an alert option as well Wink

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May 07, 2014, 07:58:30 PM
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Going to add two more Antminers to this pool this week! I really love the automatic payout system!
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May 07, 2014, 08:02:17 PM
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Going to add two more Antminers to this pool this week! I really love the automatic payout system!

Yeah Slush pool rocks! I have been sending all my hashing power to the pool!

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May 08, 2014, 03:59:15 AM
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Going to add two more Antminers to this pool this week! I really love the automatic payout system!

Yeah Slush pool rocks! I have been sending all my hashing power to the pool!

Same here. I used Ghash.io pool for some time but moved to slush's pool.
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May 08, 2014, 04:31:37 AM
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Going to add two more Antminers to this pool this week! I really love the automatic payout system!

Yeah Slush pool rocks! I have been sending all my hashing power to the pool!

Same here. I used Ghash.io pool for some time but moved to slush's pool.

I started with Slush and have checked out a few other pools, even bigger ones but now I have ALL my Gh/s mining on the Slush pool

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May 08, 2014, 01:08:48 PM
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Why is this showing up on the My Account page? and no I didnt change my address and yes my payouts are working fine.

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May 08, 2014, 02:57:34 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?

Did you try the cgminer thread?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.msg6533537#msg6533537

Thanks,

But added a router rule to drop outbound traffic to that ip address - I have had it running for a week or so like this and see nothing in the router logs to suggest it was happening anyway - I'm going to leave it for a while.

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May 08, 2014, 03:08:17 PM
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I had this once and it cleared after I forced a page update (F5).  I hope that works for you.  No idea what caused it in the first place.

[Edit] There was a flurry of these last September.  It seems to have been fixed promptly, although I could not see an explanation.  Maybe my page refresh was just a coincidence.

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May 09, 2014, 02:07:09 PM
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I have noticed that since around the time the total average hash rate changed to the last 60 minutes, the shares per worker display has become erratic.  It used to show any change at each page refresh, and the number of shares always increased steadily until a round ended; now the number updates only after an interval (I have not yet determined how long) and the number of shares sometimes falls:  for instance, just now when I refreshed the page one of my workers fell from 1933 to 1931 shares.  Some minutes earlier it had dropped from 2053 (and now I see it has fallen again to 1905).  The round and block number (299880) had not changed, the Mhash/s for each worker is within the expected range, and the time since the last share is usually zero.  The estimated reward also fluctuates wildly: while I have been writing this it has varied between .00002876 and .00007421.

Could this be anything to do with the high variance in payments per round that I am experiencing?  Has anyone else seen similar behaviour?  Huh

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May 09, 2014, 03:16:03 PM
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I had this once and it cleared after I forced a page update (F5).  I hope that works for you.  No idea what caused it in the first place.

[Edit] There was a flurry of these last September.  It seems to have been fixed promptly, although I could not see an explanation.  Maybe my page refresh was just a coincidence.

Yeah it isnt doing it anymore. just odd.
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May 09, 2014, 03:26:32 PM
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I have noticed that since around the time the total average hash rate changed to the last 60 minutes, the shares per worker display has become erratic.  It used to show any change at each page refresh, and the number of shares always increased steadily until a round ended; now the number updates only after an interval (I have not yet determined how long) and the number of shares sometimes falls:  for instance, just now when I refreshed the page one of my workers fell from 1933 to 1931 shares.  Some minutes earlier it had dropped from 2053 (and now I see it has fallen again to 1905).  The round and block number (299880) had not changed, the Mhash/s for each worker is within the expected range, and the time since the last share is usually zero.  The estimated reward also fluctuates wildly: while I have been writing this it has varied between .00002876 and .00007421.

Could this be anything to do with the high variance in payments per round that I am experiencing?  Has anyone else seen similar behaviour?  Huh

I dunno something odd always goes on with Slush Pool....
I periodically see my miners showing their hashrate 10% lower than their true hashrate.
My miners do not fluctuate below 200 mh/s so there is absolutely no reason why an hour would show 10% less.
some sit at 210 some sit at 202.  so the average should always be 206ish. not 195 once in awhile.

in all reality it doesnt matter, maybe someone is skimming, maybe there was network issues (which is bs cuz that would clear up after 1 hour), there are much better things to worry about. the block ends and it goes back to normal.

I could complain and whine and maybe it will get tracked down and fixed but most likely not.
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May 09, 2014, 03:56:01 PM
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I have noticed that since around the time the total average hash rate changed to the last 60 minutes, the shares per worker display has become erratic.  It used to show any change at each page refresh, and the number of shares always increased steadily until a round ended; now the number updates only after an interval (I have not yet determined how long) and the number of shares sometimes falls:  for instance, just now when I refreshed the page one of my workers fell from 1933 to 1931 shares.  Some minutes earlier it had dropped from 2053 (and now I see it has fallen again to 1905).  The round and block number (299880) had not changed, the Mhash/s for each worker is within the expected range, and the time since the last share is usually zero.  The estimated reward also fluctuates wildly: while I have been writing this it has varied between .00002876 and .00007421.

Could this be anything to do with the high variance in payments per round that I am experiencing?  Has anyone else seen similar behaviour?  Huh

I dunno something odd always goes on with Slush Pool....
I periodically see my miners showing their hashrate 10% lower than their true hashrate.
My miners do not fluctuate below 200 mh/s so there is absolutely no reason why an hour would show 10% less.
some sit at 210 some sit at 202.  so the average should always be 206ish. not 195 once in awhile.

in all reality it doesnt matter, maybe someone is skimming, maybe there was network issues (which is bs cuz that would clear up after 1 hour), there are much better things to worry about. the block ends and it goes back to normal.

I could complain and whine and maybe it will get tracked down and fixed but most likely not.

Guys, your reported hash rate on the pool webpage is just a close estimate. Go by what your mining software reports and not what the pool reports. If you really want to know exactly how much BTC per GH/s you are making, I would suggest breaking out a calculator and comparing your payouts to the blockchain and pool hash rate vs. net hash rate.

The way I look at mining...if my miners are working properly and the pool is up and reporting....so long as my payouts keep coming, I will keep mining. Go mine with another pool for a few days...chances are, you will come back to Slush pool within a week. Other pools offer merged mining and no registration and other gimmicks to entice miners but I feel the Slush pool is straight forward and one of the best share payout systems I have experienced.

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May 09, 2014, 04:24:12 PM
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Guys, your reported hash rate on the pool webpage is just a close estimate. Go by what your mining software reports and not what the pool reports. If you really want to know exactly how much BTC per GH/s you are making, I would suggest breaking out a calculator and comparing your payouts to the blockchain and pool hash rate vs. net hash rate.

The way I look at mining...if my miners are working properly and the pool is up and reporting....so long as my payouts keep coming, I will keep mining. Go mine with another pool for a few days...chances are, you will come back to Slush pool within a week. Other pools offer merged mining and no registration and other gimmicks to entice miners but I feel the Slush pool is straight forward and one of the best share payout systems I have experienced.
I know the reported hash rate is an estimate, but that isn't the issue for me.  The number of shares per worker being shown is an issue, however, and I don't see why the number should go down as well as up.  Unless perhaps it is now showing the number of shares which are still earning and have not yet timed out, rather than the number of shares credited since the round started.  I never mentioned anything about knowing how much BTC per GH/s I am making, and I'm not interested in that.  I am however interested in knowing why my earnings per round are sometimes a quarter or less than in adjacent rounds, even though my shares are a broadly similar percentage of the total (meaning that there was probably no communication breakdown near the end of the round).  This used to occur from time to time and was usually corrected before the round was confirmed, but that doesn't seem to happen now.

I have, by the way, been mining in this pool since early last year.

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May 09, 2014, 04:32:53 PM
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Guys, your reported hash rate on the pool webpage is just a close estimate. Go by what your mining software reports and not what the pool reports. If you really want to know exactly how much BTC per GH/s you are making, I would suggest breaking out a calculator and comparing your payouts to the blockchain and pool hash rate vs. net hash rate.

The way I look at mining...if my miners are working properly and the pool is up and reporting....so long as my payouts keep coming, I will keep mining. Go mine with another pool for a few days...chances are, you will come back to Slush pool within a week. Other pools offer merged mining and no registration and other gimmicks to entice miners but I feel the Slush pool is straight forward and one of the best share payout systems I have experienced.
I know the reported hash rate is an estimate, but that isn't the issue for me.  The number of shares per worker being shown is an issue, however, and I don't see why the number should go down as well as up.  Unless perhaps it is now showing the number of shares which are still earning and have not yet timed out, rather than the number of shares credited since the round started.  I never mentioned anything about knowing how much BTC per GH/s I am making, and I'm not interested in that.  I am however interested in knowing why my earnings per round are sometimes a quarter or less than in adjacent rounds, even though my shares are a broadly similar percentage of the total (meaning that there was probably no communication breakdown near the end of the round).  This used to occur from time to time and was usually corrected before the round was confirmed, but that doesn't seem to happen now.

I have, by the way, been mining in this pool since early last year.

I am pretty sure the reported number of shares is for the current, working round only, so they are an estimate, not an exact number.

The pool luck has been up and down (as always) but if your payouts are looking okay as far as time between payouts (on average) then I wouldn't stress the shares issue. You could always open a support ticket and I have heard Slush and others are active on the Slush pool IRC channel.
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May 10, 2014, 02:44:39 AM
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I have noticed that since around the time the total average hash rate changed to the last 60 minutes, the shares per worker display has become erratic.  It used to show any change at each page refresh, and the number of shares always increased steadily until a round ended; now the number updates only after an interval (I have not yet determined how long) and the number of shares sometimes falls:  for instance, just now when I refreshed the page one of my workers fell from 1933 to 1931 shares.  Some minutes earlier it had dropped from 2053 (and now I see it has fallen again to 1905).  The round and block number (299880) had not changed, the Mhash/s for each worker is within the expected range, and the time since the last share is usually zero.  The estimated reward also fluctuates wildly: while I have been writing this it has varied between .00002876 and .00007421.

Could this be anything to do with the high variance in payments per round that I am experiencing?  Has anyone else seen similar behaviour?  Huh


Not sure, but over the last couple of days, I have noticed the same...  I only have just under 400G/hash but it varies regularly between 0.0009 to 0.0062 expected block payout and the block payouts do match these figures that exist when the block is found, but the G/Hash rate is staying constant.

I'm wondering if the anti-pool hopping mechanism is being a bit too vicious.   I know that if I turn off one of my antminers..  the expected payout drops in 2 minutes or less as if it had not been running at all even though the desktop is still showing a lot of residual shares.

When it first went to the 60 mins, I wasn't having an issue with the payout, although it dropped fast when turning a machine off, but these last 2 days its been all over the place and I am seeing pretty constant hash rates and the counters are all saying 0 minutes, so it's not stuffing up on network transmission.

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