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August 04, 2014, 05:35:55 AM
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go slush go

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August 04, 2014, 01:20:39 PM
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Best of Both Worlds
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I hate long blocks, like everyone, and I hate pool hopping, because it never works.
So, here is what I did. Your mileage may vary.

For all my miners, I added ghash.io as a failover pool, Slush is primary.

Then, on the configuration page for the Antminer S3 miners, I changed 'Pool Balance' from Failover to Balance.
Initially this did not work so great, and Ghash was rejecting a lot of shares. After
looking around a bit, the reason became clear. Slush was sending me work with a
difficulty of around 128 +/-, and Ghash was sending me work with a difficulty of
1024. 50% of a S3 is not up to that.

The good news is that Ghash allows you to set the difficulty of your work. So, I went
to the workers section and set all of my miners to 128, then rebooted them all. The
rejections went way down.

Next, I let them run about 10 minutes so Slush could score them, and again updated
their difficulty to match what Slush was using.

All 8 of the S3 miners are now showing about 200 GH/s +/- on both Slush and Ghash.
Perfect.

The Antminer S2 does not have the balance option, but I wanted it to do the same thing.

So I found this link searching on Google:
http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/20992/can-i-set-up-cgminer-to-mine-in-different-pools-by-a-defined-ratio

I suppose it will work for anyone using CGMiner, but just tried it on my S2.
I changed the quota numbers to 50 for Slush, 50 for Ghash.

Don't forget to add the last line: "load-balance" : true,

Oh, and on the S2, you will find the config files in /config instead of /etc/config, and the pw is admin, not root like on the S1 and S3.

Anyway, now all 9 miners are balancing successfully between Slush and Ghash. I have 9 legs on a roller coaster and the other 9 on a freight train ... doesn't sound healthy, but so far, so good.


I have 8 S1s and load balance by pointing 4 to slush and 4 to GHash. Seems a lot easier, but thanks for the info.

Hot time, summer in the city, back of my mine getting hot & gritty!!!
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August 04, 2014, 01:57:36 PM
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Sounds like an interesting plan.
Do you have any figures to share ?
I've found that on average Slush pays about 10 times what Ghash pay per block.
With a little over 2THs I receive approx $0.60 per block from Ghash.  I get approx $6.00 per block from Slush.
So obliviously Ghash would have to solve 10 times more blocks that Slush for the same payout.
In the recent past Slush has been killing Ghash, but the last weeks or so not so much.
I found this site which shows the historical work of different pools.
http://organofcorti.blogspot.com.au/

Interesting info and it might help if your shopping for different pools..

Remember bigger is not always better.

Bob
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August 04, 2014, 02:45:40 PM
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hi bobsav2121
thanks for the info
was wondering in total payout x block solved, is it higher or lower than other pool, such as eligius, btcguild or even ghash
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August 04, 2014, 04:39:04 PM
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hi bobsav2121
thanks for the info
was wondering in total payout x block solved, is it higher or lower than other pool, such as eligius, btcguild or even ghash

I've mined at all of the pools above and of course slush. Asking which provides the greatest payout is like asking which is the best store to buy a fast-pick lottery ticket from - other than minor fee variations they're all pretty much the same in the long run, but will vary week-to-week.

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August 04, 2014, 06:26:26 PM
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/* I have 8 S1s and load balance by pointing 4 to slush and 4 to GHash. Seems a lot easier, but thanks for the info. */

That is definitely easier, I just wanted to figure out how the balancing worked because of the S2 in the middle.
Now I know how to point 8 miners evenly at 3 pools, but there really is not another pool that excites me. I hate
the payouts on Eligius and just never made any money on BTCGuild, so for now will keep the split between Slush
and Ghash.
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August 05, 2014, 02:12:07 AM
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/* I have 8 S1s and load balance by pointing 4 to slush and 4 to GHash. Seems a lot easier, but thanks for the info. */

That is definitely easier, I just wanted to figure out how the balancing worked because of the S2 in the middle.
Now I know how to point 8 miners evenly at 3 pools, but there really is not another pool that excites me. I hate
the payouts on Eligius and just never made any money on BTCGuild, so for now will keep the split between Slush
and Ghash.

It all comes down to luck but I do ok on BTCGuild. I myself have mined on various pools but I'll be setting up on Slush as a backup soon.

 
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August 05, 2014, 11:54:43 AM
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I have my miners spread thinly over slush and eligius. Ghash confuses me. I like nice old fashioned mining that is plain and simple to use. None of this cloud stuff and swapping for ghs.

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August 06, 2014, 12:17:22 AM
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I have my miners spread thinly over slush and eligius. Ghash confuses me. I like nice old fashioned mining that is plain and simple to use. None of this cloud stuff and swapping for ghs.

gHASH Will convert your mined scrypt coins to Bitcoin automatically if you set it up that way.
Just check the option at the bottom of the multipool page.

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August 06, 2014, 04:33:42 PM
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To hell with ghash, we need them blocks now. Tongue

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August 06, 2014, 04:45:10 PM
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Has slush pool ever gone a full day (UTC day) without finding a single block?

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August 06, 2014, 05:16:22 PM
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Has slush pool ever gone a full day (UTC day) without finding a single block?
I think we had a 26 hour one about a year ago.

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August 06, 2014, 05:24:07 PM
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Has slush pool ever gone a full day (UTC day) without finding a single block?
I think we had a 26 hour one about a year ago.


A block took well over a less than a week ago. I forget how long it took but I think it went over 30 hours.

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August 06, 2014, 05:32:35 PM
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It's over, ladies.
Total time: 1 day, 4:03:52

Here it is.

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August 06, 2014, 06:24:05 PM
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I need my blocks  Huh

I need at least 2 blocks to cover my nut with the electric company each day......

PLEASE dont start this crap again..............

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August 06, 2014, 07:03:54 PM
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Again, I got this shit and my 20Th work in toilet! Grin
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August 06, 2014, 07:49:22 PM
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 Shocked
I don't want to be part of a marathon block!

I bet .00000000000001 bitcoin it will find it at 23:35
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August 06, 2014, 07:58:59 PM
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Shocked
I don't want to be part of a marathon block!

I bet .00000000000001 bitcoin it will find it at 23:35


22:58 pm (UK BST)

[edit] or a 23 24 hour and 6 mins block for the time converter averse...

[edit2] time converter averse myself Smiley

yeah whatever

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August 06, 2014, 08:05:21 PM
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I need my blocks  Huh

I need at least 2 blocks to cover my nut with the electric company each day......

PLEASE dont start this crap again..............

Bob Wink

After a couple days at Ghash (because of Slush's last bad luck stretch) I thought it was safe to go back to Slush this morning... and once again, murphy's law strikes. Nothing in sight...the silence is deafening.


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August 06, 2014, 09:01:36 PM
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I need my blocks  Huh

I need at least 2 blocks to cover my nut with the electric company each day......

PLEASE dont start this crap again..............

Bob Wink

After a couple days at Ghash (because of Slush's last bad luck stretch) I thought it was safe to go back to Slush this morning... and once again, murphy's law strikes. Nothing in sight...the silence is deafening.


SO IT IS YOUR FAULT!
RAAAH!
*Starts a stake before lighting a flame underneath it*

Oh Bitcoin gods, we offer you this offer of a Bozo333, may we get many blocks and save our daily electricity.

Tongue. Nah, these things happen. It'll be better afterwards Smiley.
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