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August 18, 2014, 03:01:52 AM
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Ack! Bad luck for too long! Not enough air! Passing out...

Someone give my S3's a good home when I'm gone.

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August 18, 2014, 03:02:18 AM
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I am doing it the way hurricandave described. My miners never really go down so I don't need individual stats for each device often or idle notifications. When I do want to look at each miner I use AntMonitor. If I connect 4 S3's to the same worker and set the difficulty to 2048, each S3 would be using 2048 difficulty. So I set it to 256 instead. Now I can connect as many S3's to that worker as I want and each one gets the correct difficulty. It also makes it quicker for me when switching pools, since I don't have to label each miner with a unique worker name.
Just keep in mind that having 4 S3 devices pointed at a single worker, will be seen by the Pool Server, as a single device and the Server is instructed to adjust the Diff:?? automatically higher when needed. It may take awhile, especially when using an established worker with accumulated stats but eventually it will tell your S3 worker to increase Diff:?? to the combined speed of your devices because the worker setting tab is only your instruction to "Set" a "Minimum" Diff:256 in your case.
 CG Miner is modified to run on the S3 by Bitmain and I don't know if it is able to ignore the new minimum "Diff:?? Set Request" if it is transmitted by the Pool Server to your workers. Nor do I know whether the GUI from Bitmain is displaying the change correctly if it does happen.
  These changes usually don't have a dramatic effect on the overall performance of the device and are largely intended to help control size and frequency of communications between your device and the pool server over the internet connections on both ends.
  Where negative statistics may show up, is in discards/rejects, as there are times when your device may begin submitting "Old Diff Shares", "Lower than Expected/Accepted Diff:?? Shares", following momentary internet connection disruptions or restarts, if you have a difference in the settings of your device and your "Pool Adjusted Profile".
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August 18, 2014, 09:03:07 PM
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hallo freunde ,

ich bin hier neu und brauche hilfe.Ich habe ein windows7 64bit version laptop.Ich habe bfgminer software herunter geladen aber ich bekomme keinen arbeiter zum arbeiten.Oder geht es mit dem nur laptop nur nicht.Ich bekomme den bfgminer software zum laufen aber es wird keinen pools akzeptiert.

Kann mir einer dabei helfen und beschreiben welche probleme ich habe.

Danke!
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August 20, 2014, 07:43:10 PM
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hallo freunde ,

ich bin hier neu und brauche hilfe.Ich habe ein windows7 64bit version laptop.Ich habe bfgminer software herunter geladen aber ich bekomme keinen arbeiter zum arbeiten.Oder geht es mit dem nur laptop nur nicht.Ich bekomme den bfgminer software zum laufen aber es wird keinen pools akzeptiert.

Kann mir einer dabei helfen und beschreiben welche probleme ich habe.

Danke!

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Hier ist der Link zum Thread im Forum ...
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August 21, 2014, 12:53:49 AM
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hallo freunde ,

ich bin hier neu und brauche hilfe.Ich habe ein windows7 64bit version laptop.Ich habe bfgminer software herunter geladen aber ich bekomme keinen arbeiter zum arbeiten.Oder geht es mit dem nur laptop nur nicht.Ich bekomme den bfgminer software zum laufen aber es wird keinen pools akzeptiert.

Kann mir einer dabei helfen und beschreiben welche probleme ich habe.

Danke!

Guten tag!

Mein Deutsch ist ein bisschen eingerostet, so bin ich mit Google übersetzen, aber ich war in der Lage, die meisten von dem, was Sie geschrieben zu lesen.
Schauen Sie sich MultiMiner App, ist es eine wunderbare GUI-Stil Frontend Bergmann mit BFGminer (und andere) als Back-End Bergmann.
Hier ist der Link zum Thread im Forum ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=248173.0
Und der Link zu der Website ...
www.multiminerapp.com
Auch welche Art von Bergmann oder Hardware sind Sie versucht, mit mir?
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August 21, 2014, 05:00:20 AM
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hallo freunde ,

ich bin hier neu und brauche hilfe.Ich habe ein windows7 64bit version laptop.Ich habe bfgminer software herunter geladen aber ich bekomme keinen arbeiter zum arbeiten.Oder geht es mit dem nur laptop nur nicht.Ich bekomme den bfgminer software zum laufen aber es wird keinen pools akzeptiert.

Kann mir einer dabei helfen und beschreiben welche probleme ich habe.

Danke!

Guten tag!

Mein Deutsch ist ein bisschen eingerostet, so bin ich mit Google übersetzen, aber ich war in der Lage, die meisten von dem, was Sie geschrieben zu lesen.
Schauen Sie sich MultiMiner App, ist es eine wunderbare GUI-Stil Frontend Bergmann mit BFGminer (und andere) als Back-End Bergmann.
Hier ist der Link zum Thread im Forum ...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=248173.0
Und der Link zu der Website ...
www.multiminerapp.com
Auch welche Art von Bergmann oder Hardware sind Sie versucht, mit mir?
Bitte entschuldigen Sie meine schlechte Grammatik Kollegen und haben eine wunderbare Tag!


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August 21, 2014, 06:04:07 PM
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Has anyone heard if the "Primer Jurisdiction" released by The Bitcoin Foundation and their Lawyers could be used as a legal tool to help keep BTCguild open? Does this release have any legal merritt as a "reccomendation guide" that would prevent an indictment or is it just something to be used as a defence in court when accused of breaking US/State laws? Any insights would be greatly welcome.

http://cointelegraph.com/news/112320/bitcoin-foundation-releases-a-primer-on-jurisdictions-for-btc-businesses

 https://bitcoinfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Bitcoin-Jurisdiction-Primer.pdf

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August 22, 2014, 12:16:19 AM
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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

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August 22, 2014, 12:17:55 AM
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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.

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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.
So if you can't say for sure, then how would you enforce a new TOS ?

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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.
So if you can't say for sure, then how would you enforce a new TOS ?

It will require an affirmitive "I am not a resident of the state of New York" and "I do not run any of my equipment from within the state of New York" before allowing you to register a new account, and existing accounts will have to affirm that within a certain time frame or else the account will be frozen.

I will also be adding IP-range lockouts for known New York IP addresses which will give a splash page stating that New York residents are forbidden from using the pool.

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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.
So if you can't say for sure, then how would you enforce a new TOS ?

It will require an affirmitive "I am not a resident of the state of New York" and "I do not run any of my equipment from within the state of New York" before allowing you to register a new account, and existing accounts will have to affirm that within a certain time frame or else the account will be frozen.

I will also be adding IP-range lockouts for known New York IP addresses which will give a splash page stating that New York residents are forbidden from using the pool.
Ok, but for the users that sneak through, and there will be a few. Would the pool be protected from actions against it ?

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Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.
So if you can't say for sure, then how would you enforce a new TOS ?

It will require an affirmitive "I am not a resident of the state of New York" and "I do not run any of my equipment from within the state of New York" before allowing you to register a new account, and existing accounts will have to affirm that within a certain time frame or else the account will be frozen.

I will also be adding IP-range lockouts for known New York IP addresses which will give a splash page stating that New York residents are forbidden from using the pool.
Ok, but for the users that sneak through, and there will be a few. Would the pool be protected from actions against it ?

Pro-actively blocking a state, and requiring users to affirm they are not from that state should be adequate in preventing the state from trying to establish a nexus when there are clear attempts to prevent that state from accessing it.

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August 22, 2014, 12:35:11 AM
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It is looking more like you would not have to even worry about that as they do not intend to encompass mining pools and services.

Saw latest news item, just how much of the current guild hash is in New York would you say ?

I'm guessing very, very little.
So if you can't say for sure, then how would you enforce a new TOS ?

It will require an affirmitive "I am not a resident of the state of New York" and "I do not run any of my equipment from within the state of New York" before allowing you to register a new account, and existing accounts will have to affirm that within a certain time frame or else the account will be frozen.

I will also be adding IP-range lockouts for known New York IP addresses which will give a splash page stating that New York residents are forbidden from using the pool.

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August 22, 2014, 12:37:36 AM
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It is looking more like you would not have to even worry about that as they do not intend to encompass mining pools and services.

They will never provide an exact definition of "financial services".  I would say a pool probably is a financial service, though it certainly isn't the kind they're targeting.  All we can do is wait to see what the next form of BitLicense looks like and then adjust as necessary.

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August 22, 2014, 01:01:27 AM
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There was a very brief interruption of service for about 20% of miners.  One backend lost its bitcoind connection to the other backends (used to virtually eliminate the chance of two pool servers orphaning each other's blocks) and a restart was triggered.  Everything is working normally again, and it should have only impacted about 1 in 5 connections.  If it did affect you, it likely only lasted a few seconds (long enough to reconnect and have the load balancer put you on a different node).

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There was a very brief interruption of service for about 20% of miners.  One backend lost its bitcoind connection to the other backends (used to virtually eliminate the chance of two pool servers orphaning each other's blocks) and a restart was triggered.  Everything is working normally again, and it should have only impacted about 1 in 5 connections.  If it did affect you, it likely only lasted a few seconds (long enough to reconnect and have the load balancer put you on a different node).
So the restart was just on the one server then and not the pool as a whole ? In any event, that explains my one miners hiccup.

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There was a very brief interruption of service for about 20% of miners.  One backend lost its bitcoind connection to the other backends (used to virtually eliminate the chance of two pool servers orphaning each other's blocks) and a restart was triggered.  Everything is working normally again, and it should have only impacted about 1 in 5 connections.  If it did affect you, it likely only lasted a few seconds (long enough to reconnect and have the load balancer put you on a different node).
So the restart was just on the one server then and not the pool as a whole ? In any event, that explains my one miners hiccup.

Correct.  When you connect there's two phases.  The first phase is a botnet/DDoS filter.  Then you get redirected to the pool's load balancer, which will put you on one of five physical servers.  One of those five had the issue.  The load balancer is extremely efficient at keeping each server within +/- 5 connections of each other, so one server going down will take out almost exactly 1/5th the connections, and the load balancer will redirect them to the next available server upon reconnect.

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August 22, 2014, 02:34:19 AM
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That would suck I am from NY and really do not want to lose access to the best pool.
I hope they get it figured out.
My question to you is will you file a comment during the commenting period outlining your concerns so that it can be clearly written in relation to this?

It is looking more like you would not have to even worry about that as they do not intend to encompass mining pools and services.

They will never provide an exact definition of "financial services".  I would say a pool probably is a financial service, though it certainly isn't the kind they're targeting.  All we can do is wait to see what the next form of BitLicense looks like and then adjust as necessary.

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August 22, 2014, 03:50:22 PM
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Hello, I have a question regarding hidden workers. If one of my workers connects to the pool but is hidden, will its shares count on my balance? I ask because I have one worker which only connects to BTCGuild as failover pool, and I set it hidden because I have Idle Workers notifications enabled.
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