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November 22, 2014, 10:27:56 PM
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1 more question lol. I have an s3+ and an s3 running. Combined hash of from 950 mh/s to 1020 mh/s. However, performance drops off to around 840mh/s after about 5hours or so. Quick reboot and we are off again. Any way I can script in a command to automatically reboot after say 4 hours or so? Huh
If you haven't already done so, try setting the minimum difficulty to 256 for both, and leave for a few hours to settle down.  On my S3+s this gives a much better result than letting the pool do it dynamically.  Rebooting should not be necessary.

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November 22, 2014, 11:51:55 PM
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^ it seems like it throws everything off. Now some of our normal miners will leave and in a day or two the big hopper will leave and those others will still be gone, then they will come back...so it will be awhile before we get back in a good groove again.

Think so, Baggins?  Is that what your ring tells you?

I lost the ring but when I take the tin foil off my head the voices guide me to conclusions like that...

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November 23, 2014, 01:02:28 AM
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^ it seems like it throws everything off. Now some of our normal miners will leave and in a day or two the big hopper will leave and those others will still be gone, then they will come back...so it will be awhile before we get back in a good groove again.

Think so, Baggins?  Is that what your ring tells you?

I lost the ring but when I take the tin foil off my head the voices guide me to conclusions like that...

LOL

I believe those voices are right!

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Have a good evening, Sir!

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November 23, 2014, 06:31:55 AM
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Since I have been on slush never seen a lull long this. Current round duration: 1 day, 3:06:46. Has this happened before? Seems too long between rounds.

Edit: The lull just past. That was a long round. Glad it is over.

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November 23, 2014, 06:55:19 AM
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Since I have been on slush never seen a lull long this. Current round duration: 1 day, 3:06:46. Has this happened before? Seems too long between rounds.

Edit: The lull just past. That was a long round. Glad it is over.

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November 23, 2014, 07:53:26 AM
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Since I have been on slush never seen a lull long this. Current round duration: 1 day, 3:06:46. Has this happened before? Seems too long between rounds.

Edit: The lull just past. That was a long round. Glad it is over.
It happens sometimes, even on Slush.  For example Slush block #22525 took 1 day and 4 hours (29 July 2014),  block #21844 took 1 day and 53 minutes (19 Mar 2014), block # 22072
took 1 day 5 hours and 22 minutes (12 May 2014).  But then there are the quick blocks that take just a few minutes...

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November 23, 2014, 07:40:35 PM
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Wow,

We went down to 7.6 PH/s from 9.8 PH/s.  Now we're back up to 8.5 PH/s.  Sweeeeeeeeeet!

Must have been someone renting some cloud having power that had us up to 10 PH/s earlier.

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November 23, 2014, 10:19:22 PM
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Wow,

We went down to 7.6 PH/s from 9.8 PH/s.  Now we're back up to 8.5 PH/s.  Sweeeeeeeeeet!

Must have been someone renting some cloud having power that had us up to 10 PH/s earlier.

A mighty big cloud! Grin
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November 24, 2014, 12:30:20 AM
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Wow,

We went down to 7.6 PH/s from 9.8 PH/s.  Now we're back up to 8.5 PH/s.  Sweeeeeeeeeet!

Must have been someone renting some cloud having power that had us up to 10 PH/s earlier.

A mighty big cloud! Grin

Yes, very big cloud!

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November 24, 2014, 02:36:36 AM
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We actually did quite well despite the 1 Day and 3 Hour winter!  Very Well!

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November 24, 2014, 05:32:46 AM
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Wow... 0:03:06 - Round Duration on a new block. Is that a record? I love to see: Processing...

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November 24, 2014, 05:39:56 AM
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Wow... 0:03:06 - Round Duration on a new block. Is that a record? I love to see: Processing...

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

I've seen like 46 seconds before on here.

I'm sure there is one faster than that.

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November 24, 2014, 08:13:24 AM
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Wow... 0:03:06 - Round Duration on a new block. Is that a record? I love to see: Processing...

Sweeeeeeeeeeeet

I've seen like 46 seconds before on here.

I'm sure there is one faster than that.

Slush's block #21870 was solved in 29 seconds (and confirmed, 25 March 2014), we had a 4 sec block which was invalid.

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November 24, 2014, 11:09:02 AM
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There was a 16 second block a couple of weeks back if I remember rightly too...
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November 24, 2014, 11:32:33 AM
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Hi Guys,

Quick question..

I'm starting to ramp up my mining efforts at the moment.  I currently have 3 x Antminer S3+ units pointed at the pool, and I've ordered an S4 which is due for delivery today.  Is it better to have each unit with it's own worker setup on the pool side, or for me to setup a stratum proxy locally?

Thanks in advance for your help!

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November 24, 2014, 11:55:27 AM
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The advantage of having dedicated worker per unit is the ability to monitor them more easily, but you can do this even with proxy on your side.
The proxy will reduce your bandwidth usage and will put less load on the server too, so if you can do it - do it.

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November 24, 2014, 12:13:30 PM
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Thanks @KNK, I'll start getting it sorted Smiley
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November 24, 2014, 03:57:31 PM
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The advantage of having dedicated worker per unit is the ability to monitor them more easily, but you can do this even with proxy on your side.
The proxy will reduce your bandwidth usage and will put less load on the server too, so if you can do it - do it.

I'm a little lost with this. The antminers are using cgminer which is built on a stratum proxy. Why or how would you use an extra stratum proxy on the user end. I used to run one(slushs stratum proxy), but that's because my miners were only getwork enabled(no cgminer/bfgminer) so I understand how that works, I guess my main question is why have an extra stratum proxy?

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November 24, 2014, 05:11:43 PM
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I guess my main question is why have an extra stratum proxy?
If you have 5 miners at the same location and each one connects to the pool - it's 5 connections.
If you proxy them via single link - it's just one connection ... no matter if the miners are stratum or getwork.

I am not common with antminers, but if they allow for other miner(s) to connect to their cgminer as proxy - that's also an option and will discourage setting-up separate proxy.

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November 24, 2014, 06:23:00 PM
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I guess my main question is why have an extra stratum proxy?
If you have 5 miners at the same location and each one connects to the pool - it's 5 connections.
If you proxy them via single link - it's just one connection ... no matter if the miners are stratum or getwork.

I am not common with antminers, but if they allow for other miner(s) to connect to their cgminer as proxy - that's also an option and will discourage setting-up separate proxy.

Thanks, I get it now. Just set up like we used to:

1) run slushs stratum proxy on ethier a pc or pi.

2) put the ip of the computer/pi that's running the proxy into your antminer(instead of stratum.Bitcoin.cz:3333)

3) if your mining somewhere other than slush, make a shortcut for proxy, then right click on shortcut and change "target info" to pool of your choice(since proxy comes normally configured for slush's pool)

Slushs stratum proxy download:

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto

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