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Author Topic: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com  (Read 554065 times)
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March 04, 2014, 12:39:25 AM
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I see a lot of complaining about people asking about high rejection rates, but are we any closer to figuring out if expiry and scan-time really have any effect on reject rates with CM?

In all my experiments with settings, I couldn't seem to find a combination that really made a difference.
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March 04, 2014, 12:57:04 AM
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I see a lot of complaining about people asking about high rejection rates, but are we any closer to figuring out if expiry and scan-time really have any effect on reject rates with CM?

In all my experiments with settings, I couldn't seem to find a combination that really made a difference.

Considering mine with vary from 1% to 10% for no apparent reason...

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March 04, 2014, 01:13:41 AM
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I see a lot of complaining about people asking about high rejection rates, but are we any closer to figuring out if expiry and scan-time really have any effect on reject rates with CM?

In all my experiments with settings, I couldn't seem to find a combination that really made a difference.

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Also there's a lot of poor and misguided advice on how the expiry, scan-time and queue settings actually influence the rejections you're experiencing.
A lot of these settings were made for HTTP communication and not the much more efficient stratum protocol*.

--expiry
This setting defines how long time it takes before a work share is declared stale.
It is not used on stratum servers, since stratum servers supply it with work shares.
Only exception is when the statrum server is broken, then the setting is used as a fallback value.

Recommendation: Leave at default setting. Server will supply a proper setting.

To verify above simply follow the opt_expiry variable in cgminer.c source file.

--scan-time
This setting defines how long time, in seconds, the client should spend scanning current active work.
Again a setting that is not used on stratum servers, since stratum servers supply it with work shares.
Only exception is when the setting is lower than the server supplied setting, then it'll potentially generate more stale work.

Recommendation: Leave at default setting, which is 30 seconds for scrypt.

To verify above simply follow the opt_scantime variable in cgminer.c source file.

--queue
This setting defines how many work items you minimum got waiting in queue.
It is only relevant to prevent downtime when the stratum server is too slow at serving new work shares.

Recommendation: Leave at default setting, which is 1.

To verify above simply follow the opt_queue variable in cgminer.c source file.

* Stratum mining protocol: http://mining.bitcoin.cz/stratum-mining and http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108533.0

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March 04, 2014, 01:16:03 AM
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Are all the pools dropping in profits today or is Clevermining having problems with the mass influx of new miners?
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March 04, 2014, 01:24:05 AM
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Are all the pools dropping in profits today or is Clevermining having problems with the mass influx of new miners?


i dont know aye, what happening with  the pool, was really stable back when i joined when there was 650 users lol  (after 2000 users started to get drop outs etc ) ....either needs fire up alot of new servers in regions or just limit users  till he gets his pool running right /stable.... but of course more users, more profit for him so i don't think he be doing that Sad  
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March 04, 2014, 01:29:30 AM
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Are all the pools dropping in profits today or is Clevermining having problems with the mass influx of new miners?


i dont know aye, what happening with  the pool, was really stable back when i joined when there was 650 users lol  (after 2000 users started to get drop outs etc ) ....either needs fire up alot of new servers in regions or just limit users  till he gets his pool running right /stable.... but of course more users, more profit for him so i don't think he be doing that Sad  

Check out http://poolpicker.eu/

All pools are doing quite badly today.
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March 04, 2014, 01:33:17 AM
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Hey guys, so I've been looking through the thread and it has been commented several times that I should base the hashrate shown on the site vs my WU on my miner. Is there any way to increase this number? My hashrate is averaging out at 820khash (due to heat reasons) and WU at 750/m. http://imgur.com/AA4LCxt

But on the stats page it is showing that I seldom get above 700 khash accepted. users/1Gz3QtQXTEVTZoSNpzxjrU4fq3mKSAQ5ky

Am I doing something wrong? How can I make my WU reflect my actual hashrate closer?
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March 04, 2014, 01:36:19 AM
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I am not sure what we are mining at the moment or what has changed, but my W/U are 110% of my hash rate, and it has been like this for 20 minutes or more.

Not complaining, just an observation.
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March 04, 2014, 02:02:38 AM
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It is not to easy to configure all 210 rigs cgminer config to connect directly to this pool.

Maybe try CGRemote it will monitor all your rigs and allow you to switch pools for all or indidual rigs. If I had 210 rigs, that's what I'd use.
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March 04, 2014, 02:06:39 AM
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Hey guys, so I've been looking through the thread and it has been commented several times that I should base the hashrate shown on the site vs my WU on my miner. Is there any way to increase this number? My hashrate is averaging out at 820khash (due to heat reasons) and WU at 750/m. http://imgur.com/AA4LCxt

But on the stats page it is showing that I seldom get above 700 khash accepted. users/1Gz3QtQXTEVTZoSNpzxjrU4fq3mKSAQ5ky
WU is normally about 90% of your KH/s, so by increasing your KH/s you also increase your WU, although different settings will yield different ratio between KH/s and WU - but don't expect it to greatly vary from the 90% mark.
Am I doing something wrong? How can I make my WU reflect my actual hashrate closer?
Any configuration that you do with your miner should revolve around maximizing your WU and not your KH/s, so in a sense, your question is backwards and should be "How can I make my KH/s reflect my actual WU?".
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March 04, 2014, 02:44:48 AM
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Profitability is a bit low today, just worry that maybe the popularity is squeezing the profits? aAlways wondered if there is a sweet spot in terms of hashrate and users, could the influx of miners be causing the lower profits or just a slow day?
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March 04, 2014, 03:00:41 AM
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Profitability is a bit low today, just worry that maybe the popularity is squeezing the profits? aAlways wondered if there is a sweet spot in terms of hashrate and users, could the influx of miners be causing the lower profits or just a slow day?


Remember, BTC and LTC went on a run price wise today, I'm sure it impacted the markets for altcoins.  Once we get some more sideways movement we may see more earnings.
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March 04, 2014, 03:06:47 AM
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Profitability is a bit low today, just worry that maybe the popularity is squeezing the profits? aAlways wondered if there is a sweet spot in terms of hashrate and users, could the influx of miners be causing the lower profits or just a slow day?


Remember, BTC and LTC went on a run price wise today, I'm sure it impacted the markets for altcoins.  Once we get some more sideways movement we may see more earnings.

you make me laugh ryan
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March 04, 2014, 03:16:14 AM
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EU server is open: eu.clevermining.com

Consider it beta and please setup us.clevermining.com as your backup pool.

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March 04, 2014, 03:21:15 AM
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EU server is open: eu.clevermining.com

Consider it beta and please setup us.clevermining.com as your backup pool.

Cheers man!
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March 04, 2014, 03:31:49 AM
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EU server is open: eu.clevermining.com

Consider it beta and please setup us.clevermining.com as your backup pool.

Terk, are you planning on broadcasting how the hash is distributed across the various servers?

edit: what i mean by that is the server usage and loads.
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March 04, 2014, 03:34:34 AM
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Terk, are you planning on broadcasting how the hash is distributed across the various servers?

Sure, why not.

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March 04, 2014, 04:26:47 AM
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Not sure if I am doing this correctly.  If I go to my user, and take my last 24 profit divided by my 24 hr avg hashrate I get 0.0617, the profits page says 0.0704.  What am I doing wrong?






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March 04, 2014, 04:39:38 AM
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EU server is open: eu.clevermining.com

Consider it beta and please setup us.clevermining.com as your backup pool.

my location is europe...  using eu server, my "reject rate" is dramatically drop: from 10% on us server, to 0 - 2.3% of eu server.

Excellent idea to make separate statistics for both oregon and amsterdam servers.
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March 04, 2014, 04:39:55 AM
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EU server is open: eu.clevermining.com

Consider it beta and please setup us.clevermining.com as your backup pool.

sorry noob question, is the port 3333?
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