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July 05, 2011, 05:07:26 PM
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I'm going to create this "setup" for mining:
One "central" node with bitcoin client ran with server option. Miners at another computers will use this server as pool. The problem is what I not sure with these questions:
1) Is the client distributing tasks propertly among cients, and miners are not counting same job twice?
2) In the case of luck is will be possible to determine which computer found the hash?
3) When working with external pools, miners periodically report about "Success" with sending block. In the case of my, they just working without stop, showing Mhash/s rate. Is it normal? Smiley
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July 05, 2011, 09:58:25 PM
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One more question since I'm testing this configuration now.
Periodically all miners simultaneously stop working for about 20-30 seconds with Error 80072EE2, after that simultaneously resuming job
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Anyone?  Huh Roll Eyes
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