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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 775205 times)
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December 30, 2012, 12:43:12 AM
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I am having issues getting my hashrate as high as I had it with bitminter, currently running about 70 mhps below average rate on bitminter using CGMiner on just one rig Sad any people have any recommendations for the settings on a 5830?

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December 30, 2012, 04:02:05 AM
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Thanks WhitePhantom.  Your info was helpful to me when setting up my BFL Singles in Cgminer.

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December 30, 2012, 07:07:47 AM
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I am having issues getting my hashrate as high as I had it with bitminter, currently running about 70 mhps below average rate on bitminter using CGMiner on just one rig Sad any people have any recommendations for the settings on a 5830?

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Im having the same problem.  way slower than bit minter (at least according to cgminer) 


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December 30, 2012, 07:38:13 AM
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Was wondering why my room was getting chilly Cheesy. Hope you get back up and running soon.
Same, I'm cold here too Cheesy
I know of a host that can deal with DDoS, but they're pretty expensive then. I never had to do it myself, but as far as I understood to deal with DDoS you need to rent them a Cisco ASA router that they put in front of your server (one per server if you have several servers, obviously), and the cheapest comes at ~40€/month (+150€ installation fee).
They're pretty annoying too about who can buy from them: in my country's branch (which is actually the historical, central branch of the company), well they only accept customers from the country. They have a branch in UK, but I don't know about US. Actually, I just searched a bit and here's the US branch, the firewall isn't available yet there Sad : https://www.ovh.com/us/dedicated-servers/firewall_dedicated_servers.xml

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December 30, 2012, 09:50:00 AM
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Can you list the attacking IP addresses?
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December 30, 2012, 11:35:57 AM
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Just woke up to this, I hope re-establishment is going ok, I have no idea how to do a backup pool, So I will just wait, Thinking of the KW/H i'm saving at the mo.

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December 30, 2012, 12:14:09 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
I would be happy to pay a fee when I use it.

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December 30, 2012, 01:20:44 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
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That would be a great addition to the Bitminter client.

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December 30, 2012, 03:21:06 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
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That would be a great addition to the Bitminter client.

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December 30, 2012, 04:25:47 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
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That would be a great addition to the Bitminter client.

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i have asked for this in the past. the creator just doesn't seem to want his miner to be used with other pools.

i'm ok with it now. bitminter is convenient for me.

it's a great miner, and a great pool. i honestly wouldn't mine anywhere else.

i donate.

i can live without mining for a while.



it depends on location, my rooms are getting very cold without mining and its winter. Luckily it isnt so cold right now (only -10°C), but a week ago it was -20°C till -25°C, and without mining it would be VERY cold.

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December 30, 2012, 04:34:59 PM
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A backup pool in the client could be designed so that it kicks in just when Bitminter is down. That's what I was thinking and proposing.

Additionally the developer could gain from it in several ways (either using a single account for the backup pool to get his slice, or by an agreement with the backup pool operator, or other ways, like letting use it only users who donate above a treshold).

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December 30, 2012, 04:57:06 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
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That would be a great addition to the Bitminter client.

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i have asked for this in the past. the creator just doesn't seem to want his miner to be used with other pools.

i'm ok with it now. bitminter is convenient for me.

it's a great miner, and a great pool. i honestly wouldn't mine anywhere else.

i donate.

i can live without mining for a while.



it depends on location, my rooms are getting very cold without mining and its winter. Luckily it isnt so cold right now (only -10°C), but a week ago it was -20°C till -25°C, and without mining it would be VERY cold.

sounds like you need a backup heater. Smiley

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December 30, 2012, 05:43:01 PM
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I think it's time to consider to implement the option of a backup pool in the Bitminter client.
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That would be a great addition to the Bitminter client.

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i have asked for this in the past. the creator just doesn't seem to want his miner to be used with other pools.

i'm ok with it now. bitminter is convenient for me.

it's a great miner, and a great pool. i honestly wouldn't mine anywhere else.

i donate.

i can live without mining for a while.




 I truly only wanted to use bitminter.  I spent 2 hours trying to set up guiminer. I gave up.  I will take a break till the Dr fixes this.

 I would like an easy way to back up, this  sucks. I have 8 workers with 16 gpus.  my heating bill went down 150 usd my electric went up 300 so I am down 150 usd but I earn 400 in coins so last month I was plus 250. I need a few more months and this is only a 2 day set back but I don't want to worry about a backup That I do not understand how to do. I did not want to spend 10 or 20 hours setting one up. oh well.

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December 30, 2012, 05:59:38 PM
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I am working on setting up with a new hosting provider. I'm sorry that payouts are delayed, but no coins are gone and payouts will be running as soon as I have things working again on a new server.

Regarding attack IPs and the type of attack... it's the pure amount of traffic of these DDoS attacks that is the problem. You don't block that with (your own) firewall. And there's no point posting the source IPs. They could be fake for all I know.

And no, BitMinter client isn't lacking failover pools because I don't want people to use those. It's lacking them because adding support for that takes time. I have a very long TODO list and I try to get things done one at a time.

I would like to improve handling of ddos attacks, namecoin crashes, buggy miners that do "friendly fire" ddos, and other service instabilities. I'd also like to set up multiple mining servers, not because the load requires it, but because it adds to stability. And in case all that fails I would like to have failover pools for BitMinter client, and also solo mining as a failover option. First of all I need to get the service up and running again, though.

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December 30, 2012, 06:28:41 PM
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I appreciate the update and the info Doc.  Yeah even having Bitminter roll over to solo mining when it goes down would be awesome imo.  I woke up yesterday morning freezing cause my miners were all down lol.  It was about 50F in my room cause I didn't have a backup plan setup.

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December 30, 2012, 08:04:34 PM
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I turned my heat up and  a 2 day set back would cost me  only 20 bucks maybe 30.  I just don't have the time to play with a new backup and learn a full new setup.  Doc thanks for working on it. 


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December 30, 2012, 08:33:21 PM
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Could someone post a copy of beta.jnlp here for me, hosted on a different site? Every time PC crashes (finally fixed. Had a hard drive failing, transferred the contents to another drive, was just too lazy to disconnect the old drive and switch drive letters.), seems something corrupts and Bitminter crashes every time I try to open until re-downloading. Can't redownload now because I can't access site, but would like to have BitMinter actively looking for a connection when there's uptime.

ETA: Nevermind. Deleted Java's temp files, and now the only problem is, of course, connecting with BitMinter server. Could never get cgminer to work with both FPGAs at once (would insist there was only one FPGA connected after I spent hours trying to figure it out), which is what brought me over to BitMinter in the first place, so I guess I'll wait it out. Best of luck, Doc. Extra donations from me henceforth!

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December 30, 2012, 09:32:59 PM
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I appreciate the update and the info Doc.  Yeah even having Bitminter roll over to solo mining when it goes down would be awesome imo.  I woke up yesterday morning freezing cause my miners were all down lol.  It was about 50F in my room cause I didn't have a backup plan setup.

The problem with rolling over to solo mining is that it would require each user to have their own bitcoind deamon running to supply local work. While for some they may already have bitcoin running, or would not have too much issue with setting it up, others who already show their inability to get cgminer or guiminer working on other pools themselves will likely find setting up the deamon to be too troublesome.

If/when Doc adds backup pool support to the java client it would likely be most used in conjunction with other pools. Although for those who are interested and up for the challanege I think a solo mining option would be great too.
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December 30, 2012, 09:48:06 PM
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What pool would you guys recommend I use while bitminter is down?  Currently running Eclipse which offers a PPS Rate of 0.000007971

I haven't experimented with PPS very much to be honest.  Bitminter has generally satisfied me for the most part, but there has been a nagging itch making me wonder if I could generate more elsewhere.
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December 30, 2012, 09:53:28 PM
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What pool would you guys recommend I use while bitminter is down?  Currently running Eclipse which offers a PPS Rate of 0.000007971

I haven't experimented with PPS very much to be honest.  Bitminter has generally satisfied me for the most part, but there has been a nagging itch making me wonder if I could generate more elsewhere.
I'm currently experimenting with POT on Ozcoin. If only there were other pools that support merged mining over Stratum. Undecided

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