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October 02, 2014, 03:04:45 AM
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Ok, so I've logged into it with my 3 little U2s and it's great.  When things slow down at work this winter, I plan to try out your pool code.  As some have already said, THANKS for hosting this and opening the code up.  While it doesn't mean anything, I love seeing the accepted shares again.  Screen after screen of just 'detected new block' isn't near as entertaining. Smiley


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October 02, 2014, 10:31:21 AM
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I have pointed a miner back at this pool as I sold off all my S1's miners last weekend and now only have 4 S3's left. So I figure I will keep 3 of them mining on PPS, which will still turn a small profit over my electric cost and the 4th one I can mine here without cost other than the equipment and take a chance.


Seems like my miners always hash better here than other pools?
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October 02, 2014, 11:03:49 AM
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I have pointed a miner back at this pool as I sold off all my S1's miners last weekend and now only have 4 S3's left. So I figure I will keep 3 of them mining on PPS, which will still turn a small profit over my electric cost and the 4th one I can mine here without cost other than the equipment and take a chance.


Seems like my miners always hash better here than other pools?

  Have to agree my best numbers seem to be here.

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October 02, 2014, 11:06:47 AM
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Seems like my miners always hash better here than other pools?
  Have to agree my best numbers seem to be here.
Well you see this pool is a demonstration for the ckpool technology as well.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=790323.0

I don't think miners and pool operators are yet to discover its advantages, but you are probably starting to experience them Smiley

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October 03, 2014, 12:39:34 AM
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is the test net pool still up? I can't seem to connect to it

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October 03, 2014, 03:30:11 AM
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is the test net pool still up? I can't seem to connect to it
It looks like diff on testnet reset and the bitcoind went nuts handing out all those blocks, so it needed a swift kick in the balls. It should be working again now.

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October 03, 2014, 09:53:49 AM
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Seems like my miners always hash better here than other pools?
 Have to agree my best numbers seem to be here.
Well you see this pool is a demonstration for the ckpool technology as well.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=790323.0

I don't think miners and pool operators are yet to discover its advantages, but you are probably starting to experience them Smiley

Yes I am.  I also want to thank you for running this  my coding skills are meh  will never be better then meh. I knew that in the long run I would need to solo mine.  It does not matter if I grab a block or not but the amount of time that mining still favors me mathematically will be longer.

  Kind of like betting 1 dollar a day on a 3 digit number. But getting a 1200 to 1 payout.  Most likely will not hit the number since I only pick 1 a day but the odds of the payout are higher the the odds of hitting the number.   This is only possible due to the server and the pool costs being shared by the pool.
If I run my own I lose the favorable odds.

If you run 1 th at your pool  you lose about .01452 btc (current diff) that you would have earned mining at say p2p.  Your power costs are the same.  so  for the price of .01452 btc a day I can grab  a block or even more then a block with crazy good luck.   

 the math for a block at todays diff is roughly 1721 to 1  if you run 1th.   that is about 9065 usd.  I give up about 5.37 usd  in earnings for that chance.

Either way the power costs are the same.   I rather have the shot at 9065 usd or more (2 block day yeah dream on!)   then the more certain 5.37 usd a day.  the mathematical odds and costs do not penalize me to do this.

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October 03, 2014, 12:59:30 PM
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is the test net pool still up? I can't seem to connect to it
It looks like diff on testnet reset and the bitcoind went nuts handing out all those blocks, so it needed a swift kick in the balls. It should be working again now.

I don't get it, I see current difficulty is 1, but when I mine, it's at 1.02k difficulty

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October 03, 2014, 02:56:11 PM
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If I install this Ckpool software to my own node are my odds better or worse with lets say 1Th vs mining at solo.ckpool.org? (with i7 300mb/s networking...)

 After difficult rise ive noticed that theres few days bad luck in p2pool with my miners, or is this just something noncense?
Does it help to have more miners on one bitcoind, more hashpower?
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October 03, 2014, 02:59:54 PM
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If I install this Ckpool software to my own node are my odds better or worse with lets say 1Th vs mining at solo.ckpool.org? (with i7 300mb/s networking...)

 After difficult rise ive noticed that theres few days bad luck in p2pool with my miners, or is this just something noncense?
Does it help to have more miners on one bitcoind, more hashpower?

Your odds of finding a block are the same regardless of where you choose to do your solo mining. However if you mine on solo.ckpool.org instead of running ckpool yourself, you are connected to a very high speed low latency network minimising the chance of you finding a block only for it to be orphaned.

It is indeed nonsense. Past luck has no bearing whatsoever on the future.

It makes no difference whether you have many small miners or few large ones, or if you combine their hashrate into one connection or split them over many. The only thing that determines your chance of finding a block is your overall hashrate.

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October 03, 2014, 03:35:14 PM
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It makes no difference whether you have many small miners or few large ones, or if you combine their hashrate into one connection or split them over many. The only thing that determines your chance of finding a block is your overall hashrate.

Is there some page with stats? If pool has hit any blocks so far plain text log with block height of the found block would be great, + pool hashrate at that moment would be even better.

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October 03, 2014, 03:41:03 PM
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It makes no difference whether you have many small miners or few large ones, or if you combine their hashrate into one connection or split them over many. The only thing that determines your chance of finding a block is your overall hashrate.

Is there some page with stats? If pool has hit any blocks so far plain text log with block height of the found block would be great, + pool hashrate at that moment would be even better.
Only one block has been solved to date by a regular miner and the pool hashrate at the time was only 11.1TH and the miner themselves was 6.25TH.

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October 03, 2014, 07:43:26 PM
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It makes no difference whether you have many small miners or few large ones, or if you combine their hashrate into one connection or split them over many. The only thing that determines your chance of finding a block is your overall hashrate.

Is there some page with stats? If pool has hit any blocks so far plain text log with block height of the found block would be great, + pool hashrate at that moment would be even better.

http://solo.ckpool.org/pool/

this is a stats page.  I point my s-3 at it since s-3 shows its best share and its number of blocks made.

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October 04, 2014, 02:05:15 PM
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The more I think about this pool, the more brilliant it seems. I'll bet no-one is ever going to fill the thread with complaints about 'luck'!
Glad you like it Smiley

It certainly has its advantages to the pool operator. No worries about securing wallets, no hot/cold wallets, no manual payouts, no authentication features/logins/passwords/password recovery/email confirmation, no point to malicious mining/block withholding, no pay schemes to explain, no point worrying about pool hashrate being high enough, no database/logging/front end, no state of any sort requiring backups, multiple nodes can be set up anywhere without any need to talk to each other, minimal resources required to run, ultimate control over the code since I wrote it... the list goes on.

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October 04, 2014, 03:11:00 PM
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It makes no difference whether you have many small miners or few large ones, or if you combine their hashrate into one connection or split them over many. The only thing that determines your chance of finding a block is your overall hashrate.

Is there some page with stats? If pool has hit any blocks so far plain text log with block height of the found block would be great, + pool hashrate at that moment would be even better.
Only one block has been solved to date by a regular miner and the pool hashrate at the time was only 11.1TH and the miner themselves was 6.25TH.

Can you please point us to that block? Just interested to take a look at the coinbase.

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October 04, 2014, 03:14:45 PM
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Can you please point us to that block? Just interested to take a look at the coinbase.

CONGRATULATIONS!

The first regular miner on this pool has solved a block!
https://blockchain.info/block-index/465383

And it appears the miner was running a bit over 6TH. While that is possibly the largest current regular miner on solo pool, the 24.98354801 BTC they earned is so much more than they would have earned mining with 6TH in that hardware's lifetime!

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October 04, 2014, 09:28:32 PM
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what does this mean ?
Disconnected. Remote pool extranonce size too big.
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October 04, 2014, 09:40:51 PM
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what does this mean ?
Disconnected. Remote pool extranonce size too big.
It means you have software that has a broken stratum implementation. For that you can try port 3334 on the pool.

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October 04, 2014, 10:11:55 PM
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what does this mean ?
Disconnected. Remote pool extranonce size too big.
It means you have software that has a broken stratum implementation. For that you can try port 3334 on the pool.

thx .. lots of hashpower coming ! feel a ablock is coming soon Smiley
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October 04, 2014, 10:32:57 PM
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thx .. lots of hashpower coming ! feel a ablock is coming soon Smiley
Yes I can see it coming in, good luck!  Wink

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