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April 05, 2018, 02:19:23 AM
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Ok what are people mining with these now. I had few problems on litecoinpool until recently it kicks me off. plus it makes like 4 cents a day so it has me wondering. What is the best way of using it? I have never had a scrypt for verge that worked either. Looking for options.
i been mining verge on https://miningpoolhub.com/ .. actually it switches from verge to gamecredits.. but i have it autoconvert to verge.. and yes you still will only make pennies a day.. altho right now for some reason verge difficulty is really low.. so there is a good chance to get a few coins before it goes back up..

you can also try https://www.ispace.co.uk they have a lot of scrypt coins to mine.
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April 05, 2018, 09:02:43 AM
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there is something wrong with the driver on these.. its been stated before and it has not been addressed or mentioned as a bug..

if you mine with these, and put another pool as a failover.. if that failover pool gets a new block before your main pool does, the whole thing stops mining and times out..

so a little bit of a log to show what happens..

Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
Rejected 005e272e MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m (job not found)

after this mining stops completly until you restart the miner.

here is the whole log. as you can see it was mining just fine, then it stops when pool 1 finds a block
this means you cant set a failover pool.. Sad

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[2018-04-05 10:54:07] Started bfgminer 5.2.0-188-g10220342
 [2018-04-05 10:54:07] Loaded configuration file /var/www/minera/conf/miner_conf.json
 [2018-04-05 10:54:12] Probing for an alive pool
 [2018-04-05 10:54:12] Testing pool stratum+tcp://tbdice.org:13333
 [2018-04-05 10:54:12] Testing pool stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:17001#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 10:54:12] Testing pool stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] Stratum authorisation success for pool 1
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] Switching to pool 1 stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:17001#skipcbcheck - first alive pool
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] Network difficulty changed to 55.8k (399.6G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] New block: ...04eba325f6c21f5a diff 55.8k (399.6G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 10:54:18] API running in IP access mode on port 4028
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] New best share: 12m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Message from pool 2: Authorised, welcome to LTC TBDice TestNET MultiSIG=No LTC ADDRESS!
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Stratum authorisation success for pool 2
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Pool 2 stratum+tcp://tbdice.org:13333 alive
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Network difficulty changed to 6.8M (48.70T)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] New block: ...e2afcdc908eb57eb diff 6.8M (48.70T)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Stratum from pool 2 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Closing socket for stratum pool 2
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Stratum authorisation success for pool 0
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Pool 0 stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck alive
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Switching to pool 0 stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Network difficulty changed to 14.1k (100.8G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] New block: ...8415736d5ffebe0b diff 14.1k (100.8G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:19] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:54:20] New best share: 67m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:20] Accepted 000edb87 MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 67m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:22] Accepted 00177c7f MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 42m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:23] Accepted 0042f8f5 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 14m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:25] Accepted 006942fc MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:25] Accepted 00321a5b MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 19m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] Network difficulty changed to 25.3k (180.9G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] New block: ...c50219500c0505a7 diff 25.3k (180.9G)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:54:26] Accepted 002c4149 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 22m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] New best share: 119m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] Accepted 00538b9b MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] Accepted 0026f35a MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 25m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] Accepted 00085e28 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 119m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] Accepted 006999bb MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:27] Accepted 000936de MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 108m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:30] Accepted 00185ed5 MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 41m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:32] New best share: 194m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:32] Accepted 000523ef MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 194m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:32] Accepted 006807d7 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:32] New best share: 18
 [2018-04-05 10:54:32] Accepted 00000e14 MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 18/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:33] Accepted 0075acac MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:34] Accepted 0017389e MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 43m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:35] Accepted 00317e12 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 20m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:37] Accepted 004eea0d MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 12m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:38] Accepted 0018737b MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 40m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:38] Accepted 006f1d3d MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:39] 20s:14.79 avg:38.08 u:36.02 Mh/s | A:21 R:0+0(none) HW:16/4.4%
 [2018-04-05 10:54:43] Accepted 002d614a MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 22m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:43] Pool 0 is hiding block contents from us
 [2018-04-05 10:54:43] Accepted 000b77a6 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 87m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:43] Accepted 005929f7 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:44] Accepted 00399aa3 MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 17m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:45] Accepted 00679d9e MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:46] Accepted 004d3c13 MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 12m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:47] Accepted 007230d8 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:49] Accepted 00190dc3 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 39m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:51] Accepted 00388b55 MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 17m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:52] Accepted 004027ff MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 15m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:53] Accepted 000a80d6 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 95m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:54] Accepted 003b798e MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 16m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:54] Accepted 006139e9 MLD 7  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:56] Accepted 002e710f MLD 1  pool 0 Diff 21m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:56] Accepted 001f9db6 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 31m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:56] Accepted 00616e64 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:57] Accepted 004bf915 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 13m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:57] Accepted 00053c0f MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 191m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:57] Accepted 000dadb3 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 73m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:57] Accepted 003de119 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 16m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:57] Accepted 002f0432 MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 21m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:58] Accepted 006e3c15 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:54:59] 20s:23.99 avg:38.26 u:36.13 Mh/s | A:43 R:0+0(none) HW:19/2.7%
 [2018-04-05 10:55:01] Accepted 00126947 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 54m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:03] Accepted 007af57f MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:03] Accepted 0032f2f6 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 19m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:04] Accepted 00239aaa MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 28m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:04] Accepted 0053ee46 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:04] Accepted 005aa348 MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:04] Accepted 000f1d38 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 66m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:06] Accepted 003829ae MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 17m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:07] Accepted 002d03b4 MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 22m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:07] Accepted 00151ed5 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 47m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:08] Accepted 006d110c MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:08] Accepted 003ec4d5 MLD 6  pool 0 Diff 15m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:09] Accepted 002b5734 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 23m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:10] Accepted 0020b936 MLD 2  pool 0 Diff 30m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:11] Accepted 00578ebd MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:11] Accepted 002f8b96 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 21m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:12] Accepted 0008d2f6 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 113m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:12] Accepted 0056e374 MLD 5  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:13] Accepted 0075e457 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:14] Accepted 005f96f9 MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:14] Accepted 00379b3a MLD 3  pool 0 Diff 17m/7m
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] Pool 0 stale share detected, submitting as user requested
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] Network difficulty changed to 54.4k (389.6G)
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] New block: ...139fcedfa996ae26 diff 54.4k (389.6G)
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:55:15] Rejected 005e272e MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m (job not found)
 [2018-04-05 10:55:19] 20s:26.49 avg:35.61 u:33.28 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:55:40] 20s:16.18 avg:26.71 u:24.96 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:56:00] 20s: 9.88 avg:21.37 u:19.98 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:56:10] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:56:10] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:56:11] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:56:11] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:56:20] 20s: 6.03 avg:17.81 u:16.65 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:56:41] 20s: 3.68 avg:15.26 u:14.26 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:57:01] 20s: 2.25 avg:13.35 u:12.48 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:57:05] Closing socket for stratum pool 1
 [2018-04-05 10:57:06] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:57:06] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:57:21] 20s: 1.37 avg:11.87 u:11.09 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:57:42] 20s: 0.84 avg:10.68 u: 9.99 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:58:01] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:58:01] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:58:02] 20s: 0.51 avg: 9.72 u: 9.08 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:58:22] 20s: 0.31 avg: 8.91 u: 8.33 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:58:33] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:58:33] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:58:42] 20s: 0.19 avg: 8.23 u: 7.69 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:59:02] 20s: 0.12 avg: 7.64 u: 7.14 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:59:23] 20s: 0.07 avg: 7.13 u: 6.67 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 10:59:28] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:59:28] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:59:36] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:59:36] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:59:36] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 10:59:36] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 10:59:43] 20s: 0.04 avg: 6.69 u: 6.25 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 11:00:03] 20s: 0.03 avg: 6.30 u: 5.89 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 11:00:04] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:00:04] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 11:00:15] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:00:15] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 11:00:23] 20s: 0.02 avg: 5.95 u: 5.56 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 11:00:43] 20s: 0.01 avg: 5.64 u: 5.27 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 11:01:04] 20s: 0.01 avg: 5.35 u: 5.00 Mh/s | A:64 R:1+0(1.5%) HW:19/1.9%
 [2018-04-05 11:01:10] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:01:10] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}


here is another after i restarted.. same thing
Code:
[2018-04-05 11:04:47] Started bfgminer 5.2.0-188-g10220342
 [2018-04-05 11:04:47] Loaded configuration file /var/www/minera/conf/miner_conf.json
 [2018-04-05 11:04:53] Probing for an alive pool
 [2018-04-05 11:04:53] Testing pool stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:17001#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 11:04:53] Testing pool stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 11:04:57] Stratum authorisation success for pool 1
 [2018-04-05 11:04:57] Switching to pool 1 stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:17001#skipcbcheck - first alive pool
 [2018-04-05 11:04:57] Network difficulty changed to 59.9k (429.1G)
 [2018-04-05 11:04:57] New block: ...e30999fa08fc6fb8 diff 59.9k (429.1G)
 [2018-04-05 11:04:57] Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] Stratum authorisation success for pool 0
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] Pool 0 stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck alive
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] Switching to pool 0 stratum+tcp://ispace.co.uk:9301#skipcbcheck
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] API running in IP access mode on port 4028
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] Network difficulty changed to 17.3k (124.2G)
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] New block: ...fa47e42e2f32010d diff 17.3k (124.2G)
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:04:58] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] New best share: 607µ
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] New best share: 665µ
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] New best share: 3m
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] New best share: 5m
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] New best share: 11m
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] Accepted 0053e3f9 MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 11m/7m
 [2018-04-05 11:04:59] Accepted 006f8a40 MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 8m/7m
 [2018-04-05 11:05:01] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:05:01] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 11:05:02] Accepted 0068284d MLD 4  pool 0 Diff 9m/7m
 [2018-04-05 11:05:03] Network difficulty changed to 65.7k (470.5G)
 [2018-04-05 11:05:03] New block: ...459e8b9f1da13300 diff 65.7k (470.5G)
 [2018-04-05 11:05:03] Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
 [2018-04-05 11:05:03] Closing socket for stratum pool 1
 [2018-04-05 11:05:19] 20s: 2.89 avg: 7.39 u: 7.44 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:05:39] 20s: 1.77 avg: 3.72 u: 3.75 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:05:56] Pool 0 is hiding block contents from us
 [2018-04-05 11:05:56] JSON-RPC non method decode failed: (null)
 [2018-04-05 11:05:56] Unknown stratum msg: {"id":null,"result":[],"error":true}
 [2018-04-05 11:05:59] 20s: 1.08 avg: 2.49 u: 2.51 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:06:19] 20s: 0.66 avg: 1.87 u: 1.88 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:06:39] 20s: 0.40 avg: 1.50 u: 1.51 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:07:00] 20s: 0.25 avg: 1.25 u: 1.26 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:07:20] 20s: 0.15 avg: 1.07 u: 1.08 Mh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%
 [2018-04-05 11:07:40] 20s: 92.2 avg:938.6 u:944.9 kh/s | A:3 R:0+0(none) HW:11/ 13%




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April 05, 2018, 09:03:24 AM
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Ok what are people mining with these now. I had few problems on litecoinpool until recently it kicks me off. plus it makes like 4 cents a day so it has me wondering. What is the best way of using it? I have never had a scrypt for verge that worked either. Looking for options.
i been mining verge on https://miningpoolhub.com/ .. actually it switches from verge to gamecredits.. but i have it autoconvert to verge.. and yes you still will only make pennies a day.. altho right now for some reason verge difficulty is really low.. so there is a good chance to get a few coins before it goes back up..

you can also try https://www.ispace.co.uk they have a lot of scrypt coins to mine.

heard there was an attack on XVG yesterday, probably something to do with it

https://www.mining-dutch.nl

also has a lot of scrypt pools with autoexchange but they're limited on what you can exchange to btc/ltc/doge I think, they also run 2 daily raffles for miners where you can win some btc pretty low chance because lots of miners but a pretty good pool for these.

https://pool.gigarho.com

same but you can choose any coin they mine as a payout option

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April 05, 2018, 02:38:40 PM
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I'm in no position to give anyone advice, considering I don't even know how to set a fail-over. However I hear people talking, questioning thing they can mine profitably with these moonlanders.
When I first started mining I used litecoinpool.org I was making around 40-60 cents a day. But I got bored and started experimenting with other pools. .

My attack method is to target brand new scrypt algo coins and have POS, mine a few thousands ( the difficulty tends to be really low) and let em stake. Rinse and repeat. .

Here is an example. . https://hashpool.eu/?address=BKhsJPDRxJP2tLWp891gyYzM23h8D4urTL

Easy to mine, and has POS and you can stake at a stake pool  .. . Such as Stake United. .
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April 05, 2018, 02:50:53 PM
Last edit: April 05, 2018, 05:31:18 PM by jstefanop
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there is something wrong with the driver on these.. its been stated before and it has not been addressed or mentioned as a bug..

if you mine with these, and put another pool as a failover.. if that failover pool gets a new block before your main pool does, the whole thing stops mining and times out..

so a little bit of a log to show what happens..

Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
Rejected 005e272e MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m (job not found)

after this mining stops completly until you restart the miner.

here is the whole log. as you can see it was mining just fine, then it stops when pool 1 finds a block
this means you cant set a failover pool.. Sad

Code:
snip


here is another after i restarted.. same thing
Code:
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Unless this is a pool issue, this would be a bug in bfgminer stratum code. I only code the "driver" for the moonlander, so unfortunately anything outside that would be a bfgminer issue that you should filea issue on Luke-jr's git (I would post this in his bfgminer thread as well). Ill bring it up to him and take a look at it and see if we can find an issue as well.

In the meantime add "-D" option to the command line, and pastebin a log with the issue with the debug output enabled.  


EDIT: Also try adding --failover-only option when using failover pools, and see if that resolves the issue.

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April 05, 2018, 03:07:27 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed
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April 05, 2018, 03:47:32 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed

And the heatsink is damaged....just noticed that upon closer inspection and it appears that my dog may have gotten to it, which answers a few questions for me.  If at all possible to fix please let me know...and if it is even worth it...
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April 05, 2018, 05:30:39 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed

And the heatsink is damaged....just noticed that upon closer inspection and it appears that my dog may have gotten to it, which answers a few questions for me.  If at all possible to fix please let me know...and if it is even worth it...

Can you post a pic of what your talking about?

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April 05, 2018, 05:37:58 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed
L1 cracks sometimes do to heat stress but it still will work just fine. Have you tried to run it?
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April 05, 2018, 06:57:49 PM
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Ok what are people mining with these now. I had few problems on litecoinpool until recently it kicks me off. plus it makes like 4 cents a day so it has me wondering. What is the best way of using it? I have never had a scrypt for verge that worked either. Looking for options.

I mine Achilles with my 5 Moonlanders. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2793342.0
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April 05, 2018, 07:43:13 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed

And the heatsink is damaged....just noticed that upon closer inspection and it appears that my dog may have gotten to it, which answers a few questions for me.  If at all possible to fix please let me know...and if it is even worth it...

My dog ate it....  LOL....
Sorry this is too funny!

Bob
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April 05, 2018, 09:36:42 PM
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there is something wrong with the driver on these.. its been stated before and it has not been addressed or mentioned as a bug..

if you mine with these, and put another pool as a failover.. if that failover pool gets a new block before your main pool does, the whole thing stops mining and times out..

so a little bit of a log to show what happens..

Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
Rejected 005e272e MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m (job not found)

after this mining stops completly until you restart the miner.


Just talked with Luke, figured out whats going on here. bfgminer is designed to mine to a single blockchain by default, so if you specific failoverpools, its assuming all failoverpools are mining to the same blockchain, and using those pools for blockchain updates (which would normally be a good thing since if a block update comes from one pool faster, you'll switch work faster and avoid stale shares).

In this case if your failovers are pools which are mining different coins/blockchains then you need to specify bfgminer to not track blockchain messages from other failover pools with "--pool-goal" option.

For example:

bfgminer -o http://pool1:port -u pool1username -p pool1password --pool-goal default -o http://pool2:port -u pool2usernmae -p pool2password --pool-goal freicoin


You can name pool goal whatever you like, as long as they are different for each failover pool that does not mine to the same blockchain. So you could have two litecoin pools, in which case you can put "--pool-goal litecoin" after each pool config, and have a third pool that tracks some random coin which you should put "--pool-goal randomecoin" after the pool config.

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April 05, 2018, 10:43:35 PM
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there is something wrong with the driver on these.. its been stated before and it has not been addressed or mentioned as a bug..

if you mine with these, and put another pool as a failover.. if that failover pool gets a new block before your main pool does, the whole thing stops mining and times out..

so a little bit of a log to show what happens..

Stratum from pool 1 detected new block
Rejected 005e272e MLD 0  pool 0 Diff 10m/7m (job not found)

after this mining stops completly until you restart the miner.


Just talked with Luke, figured out whats going on here. bfgminer is designed to mine to a single blockchain by default, so if you specific failoverpools, its assuming all failoverpools are mining to the same blockchain, and using those pools for blockchain updates (which would normally be a good thing since if a block update comes from one pool faster, you'll switch work faster and avoid stale shares).

In this case if your failovers are pools which are mining different coins/blockchains then you need to specify bfgminer to not track blockchain messages from other failover pools with "--pool-goal" option.

For example:

bfgminer -o http://pool1:port -u pool1username -p pool1password --pool-goal default -o http://pool2:port -u pool2usernmae -p pool2password --pool-goal freicoin


You can name pool goal whatever you like, as long as they are different for each failover pool that does not mine to the same blockchain. So you could have two litecoin pools, in which case you can put "--pool-goal litecoin" after each pool config, and have a third pool that tracks some random coin which you should put "--pool-goal randomecoin" after the pool config.

sweet.. thanks Smiley

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April 05, 2018, 11:54:31 PM
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Hi there J,
So is there any way to return one of my MLD2's for repair? The raised black thing next to the heatsink labeled "L1" on the circuit board just under the "der" of Moonlander on the board.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Huh Huh Embarrassed Embarrassed

And the heatsink is damaged....just noticed that upon closer inspection and it appears that my dog may have gotten to it, which answers a few questions for me.  If at all possible to fix please let me know...and if it is even worth it...

Can you post a pic of what your talking about?

I am sorry, I do not know how to attach it to here. I dragged it to here and it goes full size....
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[quote author=jstefanop link=
Yea if you are using eyeboot's hub its definitely the hub. While they are great hubs, he uses power supplies that are on the cheaper end for 5v, and I'm not sure if the USB chips he uses can handle the number of ports he has that well. I've seen similar strange behavior since I use his hubs for rapid testing.

63 cores is what its supposed to show if all your cores are healthy (Core# 0-63).
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I purchased the 49 Port that has the built in power supply.  I upgraded the power supply to a much better efficient and powered.

running 13 on it so far with 700 clock.  getting about 50M.
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April 07, 2018, 06:45:41 AM
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I've been reading this thread for some time and just want to share that this usb HUB from ORICO (http://www.oricothailand.com/store/orico_th/usb-hub/ih20p-industrial-20-ports-usb2-0-hub.html) can run 10 moonlander but at only 480Mhz.


Makes sense if you read the specs...

For the MLD's you might need DATA mode, as the MLD's need to be able to send and receive data constantly and not all devices are compatible with the CHARGE mode on this hub and still be able to send and receive data.

In DATA mode that hub is rated at 500ma per port, so it's simply not strong enough when used in data mode.

I'd definitely switch hubs if i'd only be able to set frequency at 480.

Option 2 could be the other way around though, you have set the hub in DATA mode and perhaps de MLD's will be able to use CHARGE mode... Hope you've tried that Smiley

it can be used in charge mode, I am using it right now. For some reason i don't know, it can run at higher frequency from Lubuntu.
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I want to mine two different coins (different workers on the same pool) at the same time.
I am running 8 MLDs on one Pi.
I have 4 MLDs running each on 2 hubs(which I intend to extend if I get this working).

For this reason I power down one hub and start BFG miner with the first coin I want to mine. It finds the 4 MLDs and starts hashing.
Then I power up the second hub of MLDs and run a second instance of BFG miner with the other coin. It finds the other 4 MLDs and starts mining.

However after a short time the speed of first instance drops down slowly (a couple of minutes) to 1Mh/s per MLD and lower. I shut down this instance and restart it and it is back to 3-4Mh/s per MLD but then the other instance starts to slow down and goes below 1Mh/s.
I can alway repeat this back and forth, the instance that was running before will always end up runnning slow.

I don't see any hardware errors (600 clock) or any other unusual activity.

Anybody have a fix for this or another way to mine two (or more) different coins on one system?
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I want to mine two different coins (different workers on the same pool) at the same time.
I am running 8 MLDs on one Pi.
I have 4 MLDs running each on 2 hubs(which I intend to extend if I get this working).

For this reason I power down one hub and start BFG miner with the first coin I want to mine. It finds the 4 MLDs and starts hashing.
Then I power up the second hub of MLDs and run a second instance of BFG miner with the other coin. It finds the other 4 MLDs and starts mining.

However after a short time the speed of first instance drops down slowly (a couple of minutes) to 1Mh/s per MLD and lower. I shut down this instance and restart it and it is back to 3-4Mh/s per MLD but then the other instance starts to slow down and goes below 1Mh/s.
I can alway repeat this back and forth, the instance that was running before will always end up runnning slow.

I don't see any hardware errors (600 clock) or any other unusual activity.

Anybody have a fix for this or another way to mine two (or more) different coins on one system?


this has been coverred several times, stop switching the hubs on and off and create 2 different launch scripts.

Can someone give me steps how to set 2 MLD sticks mining verge and the rest mining Litecoin?

create 2 separate configs or launch scripts and specify which devices to use with:

-S MLD:/dev/ttyUSB0 -S MLD:/dev/ttyUSB1 ... and so on

make sure to remove the -S all

if you're on linux here's a scipt to find out the correct device numbers to use

Code:
#!/bin/bash

for sysdevpath in $(find /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb*/ -name dev); do
    (
        syspath="${sysdevpath%/dev}"
        devname="$(udevadm info -q name -p $syspath)"
        [[ "$devname" == "bus/"* ]] && continue
        eval "$(udevadm info -q property --export -p $syspath)"
        [[ -z "$ID_SERIAL" ]] && continue
        echo "/dev/$devname - $ID_SERIAL"
    )
done

edit: Im running 10 now on a raspi2 through a hub been goig about 12 hours still at 4.3mh per mld

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I want to mine two different coins (different workers on the same pool) at the same time.
I am running 8 MLDs on one Pi.
I have 4 MLDs running each on 2 hubs(which I intend to extend if I get this working).

For this reason I power down one hub and start BFG miner with the first coin I want to mine. It finds the 4 MLDs and starts hashing.
Then I power up the second hub of MLDs and run a second instance of BFG miner with the other coin. It finds the other 4 MLDs and starts mining.

However after a short time the speed of first instance drops down slowly (a couple of minutes) to 1Mh/s per MLD and lower. I shut down this instance and restart it and it is back to 3-4Mh/s per MLD but then the other instance starts to slow down and goes below 1Mh/s.
I can alway repeat this back and forth, the instance that was running before will always end up runnning slow.

I don't see any hardware errors (600 clock) or any other unusual activity.

Anybody have a fix for this or another way to mine two (or more) different coins on one system?


this has been coverred several times, stop switching the hubs on and off and create 2 different launch scripts.

Can someone give me steps how to set 2 MLD sticks mining verge and the rest mining Litecoin?

create 2 separate configs or launch scripts and specify which devices to use with:

-S MLD:/dev/ttyUSB0 -S MLD:/dev/ttyUSB1 ... and so on

make sure to remove the -S all

if you're on linux here's a scipt to find out the correct device numbers to use

Code:
#!/bin/bash

for sysdevpath in $(find /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb*/ -name dev); do
    (
        syspath="${sysdevpath%/dev}"
        devname="$(udevadm info -q name -p $syspath)"
        [[ "$devname" == "bus/"* ]] && continue
        eval "$(udevadm info -q property --export -p $syspath)"
        [[ -z "$ID_SERIAL" ]] && continue
        echo "/dev/$devname - $ID_SERIAL"
    )
done

edit: Im running 10 now on a raspi2 through a hub been goig about 12 hours still at 4.3mh per mld

Thanks I got it now.
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April 08, 2018, 09:05:44 AM
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Has anyone set these up for digibyte dgb? Can you help me set up a scrypt for the miner? I'm really terrible at it. Figure I can let it make like 16 coins a week and hope it goes big in the future. Would love to solo mine but if a pool is the way to go that's cool too. Just looking for the best rewards.
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