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December 22, 2013, 02:25:33 PM
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

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December 22, 2013, 02:26:30 PM
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I highly recommend adding a backup server to cgminer so you don't have to worry about downtime.  Pick your favorite LTC pool or hashco.ws or whatever... that way your miners sit at 100% all the time.

How to you exactly add a backup server?
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December 22, 2013, 02:30:23 PM
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Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.
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December 22, 2013, 02:31:39 PM
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

really Tongue ? I'm comparing different ppl's mining results to mine and they are getting twice as much as me  Shocked

BTW I'm using the bat file with cgminer that I had for litecoin mining (threadconcurrency, I, worksize, lookup-gap).
Not sure if any of those need to be changed now that we are mining on middlecoin (DOGE atm)?

Using cgminer with the --scrypt and with the stratum+tcp:


Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.

Is that 24h you got 0.0436 BTC?
Seems like I'm getting consistently low earnings, no HW error and low stale %
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December 22, 2013, 02:36:01 PM
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I highly recommend adding a backup server to cgminer so you don't have to worry about downtime.  Pick your favorite LTC pool or hashco.ws or whatever... that way your miners sit at 100% all the time.
As others have noted, the past 24 hours have been pretty rough as far as pool uptime. Is anyone else experiencing an issue where after the pool comes back, your miner remains "stuck" and you need to manually restart the mining session?

I've got 3 rigs running BAMT (as opposed to the windows ones that never had this issue) and after this latest mass disconnect, one remained offline until I manually restarted the mining session. I have the EU pool specified as a backup, hence why I don't understand how it could get "stuck" as I thought it would just cycle between the pools until it got work from one of them.

Should I add another backup pool too? (Like Hashco.ws...though their uptime is way worse lol)
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December 22, 2013, 02:45:09 PM
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

really Tongue ? I'm comparing different ppl's mining results to mine and they are getting twice as much as me  Shocked

BTW I'm using the bat file with cgminer that I had for litecoin mining (threadconcurrency, I, worksize, lookup-gap).
Not sure if any of those need to be changed now that we are mining on middlecoin (DOGE atm)?

Using cgminer with the --scrypt and with the stratum+tcp:


Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.

Is that 24h you got 0.0436 BTC?
Seems like I'm getting consistently low earnings, no HW error and low stale %

1. Which graphics card do you have?
2. What's your cgminer config?
3. How many accepted shares do you get every minute? I average about 2.7.
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December 22, 2013, 02:57:13 PM
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I highly recommend adding a backup server to cgminer so you don't have to worry about downtime.  Pick your favorite LTC pool or hashco.ws or whatever... that way your miners sit at 100% all the time.

How to you exactly add a backup server?

I'm interested as well.
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December 22, 2013, 03:02:48 PM
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Just add it to your cgminer.conf, like this:

"pools" : [
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "x"
   },
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "y"
   }
]

You can add as many as you want.

You can also do stuff like auto-balance (mines all pools simultaneously), or failover-only, which starts at the top of your list and works its way down as servers fail.  Google for cgminer.conf options and you'll get more details if you need it.
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December 22, 2013, 03:04:07 PM
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

really Tongue ? I'm comparing different ppl's mining results to mine and they are getting twice as much as me  Shocked

BTW I'm using the bat file with cgminer that I had for litecoin mining (threadconcurrency, I, worksize, lookup-gap).
Not sure if any of those need to be changed now that we are mining on middlecoin (DOGE atm)?

Using cgminer with the --scrypt and with the stratum+tcp:


Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.

Is that 24h you got 0.0436 BTC?
Seems like I'm getting consistently low earnings, no HW error and low stale %

1. Which graphics card do you have?
2. What's your cgminer config?
3. How many accepted shares do you get every minute? I average about 2.7.

I have 2 rigs, one with 2x R9 290 that I tested on middlecoin underclocked/undervolted, they give me each 770khash, so in total 1540khash or 1.54Mhash.
According Cgminer each card accepted about 763000 shares during 18h, that's 706shares/minute  (706*60*18=762500shares).
so that rig got in total about 1.5millions shares in 18h.

here is the cgminer bat file for 2x r9 290 rig: cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 "removed wallet and password" --thread-concurrency 29000 --lookup-gap 0 --gpu-engine 860 --gpu-memclock 1250 --gpu-powertune 0 --gpu-fan 59-67 --auto-fan --temp-target=85 --temp-overheat=89 -w 256 -I 20 -g 1
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December 22, 2013, 03:46:10 PM
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

really Tongue ? I'm comparing different ppl's mining results to mine and they are getting twice as much as me  Shocked

BTW I'm using the bat file with cgminer that I had for litecoin mining (threadconcurrency, I, worksize, lookup-gap).
Not sure if any of those need to be changed now that we are mining on middlecoin (DOGE atm)?

Using cgminer with the --scrypt and with the stratum+tcp:


Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.

Is that 24h you got 0.0436 BTC?
Seems like I'm getting consistently low earnings, no HW error and low stale %

1. Which graphics card do you have?
2. What's your cgminer config?
3. How many accepted shares do you get every minute? I average about 2.7.

I have 2 rigs, one with 2x R9 290 that I tested on middlecoin underclocked/undervolted, they give me each 770khash, so in total 1540khash or 1.54Mhash.
According Cgminer each card accepted about 763000 shares during 18h, that's 706shares/minute  (706*60*18=762500shares).
so that rig got in total about 1.5millions shares in 18h.

here is the cgminer bat file for 2x r9 290 rig: cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 "removed wallet and password" --thread-concurrency 29000 --lookup-gap 0 --gpu-engine 860 --gpu-memclock 1250 --gpu-powertune 0 --gpu-fan 59-67 --auto-fan --temp-target=85 --temp-overheat=89 -w 256 -I 20 -g 1

If I were you I would increase GPU core clock to at least 1080 MH/z.

When I asked about accepted shares I meant how many shares your computer solves per minute, you can see that in CGWatcher.
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December 22, 2013, 03:54:43 PM
Last edit: December 22, 2013, 04:04:58 PM by ddd1
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Well i got 0,01 btc/24h with 1.2 mh so...yes

really Tongue ? I'm comparing different ppl's mining results to mine and they are getting twice as much as me  Shocked

BTW I'm using the bat file with cgminer that I had for litecoin mining (threadconcurrency, I, worksize, lookup-gap).
Not sure if any of those need to be changed now that we are mining on middlecoin (DOGE atm)?

Using cgminer with the --scrypt and with the stratum+tcp:


Is it normal to only get 0,032 btc/24h with 2.9mhash?

Seems to be 33% more then litecoin but mining on a pure doge pool would give me twice as much profit (0,059btc).

I got    0.04364097 BTC yesterday mining on 1.5 mh/s. It will vary from day to day basis.

Is that 24h you got 0.0436 BTC?
Seems like I'm getting consistently low earnings, no HW error and low stale %

1. Which graphics card do you have?
2. What's your cgminer config?
3. How many accepted shares do you get every minute? I average about 2.7.

I have 2 rigs, one with 2x R9 290 that I tested on middlecoin underclocked/undervolted, they give me each 770khash, so in total 1540khash or 1.54Mhash.
According Cgminer each card accepted about 763000 shares during 18h, that's 706shares/minute  (706*60*18=762500shares).
so that rig got in total about 1.5millions shares in 18h.

here is the cgminer bat file for 2x r9 290 rig: cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 "removed wallet and password" --thread-concurrency 29000 --lookup-gap 0 --gpu-engine 860 --gpu-memclock 1250 --gpu-powertune 0 --gpu-fan 59-67 --auto-fan --temp-target=85 --temp-overheat=89 -w 256 -I 20 -g 1

If I were you I would increase GPU core clock to at least 1080 MH/z.

When I asked about accepted shares I meant how many shares your computer solves per minute, you can see that in CGWatcher.

it's not enough with the cgminer WU information?
rig1 (2x R9 290) the WU is 730 for each R9 290 and they have 770khash, so they are about 95% efficient.

My other rig (R9 290 + 7950) the 7950 has 570khash and 530WU, the R9 290 has also good hashing / WU ratio.

I have about 5% stale according cgminer, I could try to figure out CGWatcher, install it & configure if that is necessary for accurate measurements?
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December 22, 2013, 04:05:12 PM
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it's not enough with the cgminer WU information?
rig1 (2x R9 290) the WU is 730 for each R9 290 and they have 770khash, so they are about 95% efficient.

My other rig (R9 290 + 7950) the 7950 has 570khash and 530WU, the R9 290 has also good hashing / WU ratio.

You're looking at the overall Utility values, its the combined number of shares all miners are contributing per minute.
Utility is the number of shares your miner is contributing per minute which you can see in CGWatcher.

My efficiency is 143% for 2 x 280x.
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December 22, 2013, 04:28:16 PM
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I am still not receiving payouts....my balance is over .22  Huh

Can anyone tell me why?

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December 22, 2013, 04:53:45 PM
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I am still not receiving payouts....my balance is over .22  Huh

Can anyone tell me why?

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As your paid out amount is still 0, I would guess it's because at the pay-out time today, you did not have at least 0.01 BTC pending to be paid out. This is the new minimum for payout since a few days. Just wait untill tomorrow, the payment will probably come through as you now have more than the needed amount.
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December 22, 2013, 04:55:22 PM
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Hello, firstly, I want to thank you for an amazing multipool.

I'm having problem with payouts (I wrote you PM yesterday). I didn't receive any in last week or so. Can you please look into it?

Thanks
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December 22, 2013, 04:59:01 PM
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"Stratum disconnect on pool 0"

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December 22, 2013, 05:10:28 PM
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I am still not receiving payouts....my balance is over .22  Huh

Can anyone tell me why?

1AqeeY2ekyu12B14ozeBMsmnR8t9vnPL11

As your paid out amount is still 0, I would guess it's because at the pay-out time today, you did not have at least 0.01 BTC pending to be paid out. This is the new minimum for payout since a few days. Just wait untill tomorrow, the payment will probably come through as you now have more than the needed amount.

No, ive had over .1 for several days. Im guessing a piece of my address is causing an error when attempted to send payout or something. Ive been mining this pool for about a week now, still yet to receive any payout. If theres a problem with the address i can give another if h2o can acknowledge this..
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December 22, 2013, 05:34:29 PM
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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know what has happened to the personal graphs?

Thanks in advance

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December 22, 2013, 05:36:46 PM
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Just add it to your cgminer.conf, like this:

"pools" : [
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "x"
   },
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "y"
   }
]

You can add as many as you want.

You can also do stuff like auto-balance (mines all pools simultaneously), or failover-only, which starts at the top of your list and works its way down as servers fail.  Google for cgminer.conf options and you'll get more details if you need it.

Is it possible to do this without editing the .conf file? I wouldn't want to bother doing that. Would I have to change the startup command if I did edit the .conf file?
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December 22, 2013, 05:46:07 PM
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Just add it to your cgminer.conf, like this:

"pools" : [
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "x"
   },
   {
      "url" : "stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333",
      "user" : "1E5PLsiUEzGqfLoLx5d1xpHF79jETTZcws",
      "pass" : "y"
   }
]

You can add as many as you want.

You can also do stuff like auto-balance (mines all pools simultaneously), or failover-only, which starts at the top of your list and works its way down as servers fail.  Google for cgminer.conf options and you'll get more details if you need it.

Is it possible to do this without editing the .conf file? I wouldn't want to bother doing that. Would I have to change the startup command if I did edit the .conf file?
If you are using .bat to start it this is what i use, with backup pool...

timeout /t 30
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1NhQX7r3BsPbMgiAaVnTgvs5W2fvQSgKa5 -p wooooo --failover-only -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1NhQX7r3BsPbMgiAaVnTgvs5W2fvQSgKa5 -p wooooo -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:8080 -u 1NhQX7r3BsPbMgiAaVnTgvs5W2fvQSgKa5 -p wooooo --intensity 13,13,13,13 -g 2 --auto-fan --thread-concurrency 8192 --worksize 256 --shaders 4096 --gpu-engine 1015,1030,800,1030 --gpu-vddc 1.06 --temp-cutoff 95 --temp-target 82 --temp-overheat 90
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