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November 03, 2014, 03:14:48 AM
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back with some power  . . . http://solo.ckpool.org/users/18NeJYTXhpZfoQFBrPt1QsW5bCndRDeAwq

let's hit a block !
I assume you put your broken stratum implementation on the main solo pool since nothing is showing up but errors in my console. Remember to use the tube pool for those on port 3334.

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November 03, 2014, 03:29:19 AM
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back with some power  . . . http://solo.ckpool.org/users/18NeJYTXhpZfoQFBrPt1QsW5bCndRDeAwq

let's hit a block !
I assume you put your broken stratum implementation on the main solo pool since nothing is showing up but errors in my console. Remember to use the tube pool for those on port 3334.

looks ok on my side now ... should i goto 3334 ?

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November 03, 2014, 04:03:47 AM
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back with some power  . . . http://solo.ckpool.org/users/18NeJYTXhpZfoQFBrPt1QsW5bCndRDeAwq

let's hit a block !
I assume you put your broken stratum implementation on the main solo pool since nothing is showing up but errors in my console. Remember to use the tube pool for those on port 3334.

looks ok on my side now ... should i goto 3334 ?


If 18NeJ... is your user you're not doing very much, but there is a reasonably big hasher at 1CMx6dp..

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November 03, 2014, 04:24:22 AM
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back with some power  . . . http://solo.ckpool.org/users/18NeJYTXhpZfoQFBrPt1QsW5bCndRDeAwq

let's hit a block !
I assume you put your broken stratum implementation on the main solo pool since nothing is showing up but errors in my console. Remember to use the tube pool for those on port 3334.

looks ok on my side now ... should i goto 3334 ?


If 18NeJ... is your user you're not doing very much, but there is a reasonably big hasher at 1CMx6dp..

yeah 18N is me . . . will reconfigure to 3334 after i wake up. going to bed now. working hard at my 2nd data center. testing many rigs , server, setups , etc .... will be back shortly.
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November 04, 2014, 04:40:21 PM
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I do believe I shall parade some solo with my 2 OC'ed nanofury usb sticks because why not. May add a few more tonight if I can free up a hub. Maybe even a onestringminer.

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November 04, 2014, 09:35:15 PM
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im join.. wish us luck guys!!!!

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November 05, 2014, 11:40:28 PM
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Quick question: I was wondering how it might be possible for 2 members to use the solo mining for, um, teamed-solo mining (or mini-pool)?

In other words, if someone has some decent THashes, but isn't quite sure he can do it with his farm, could we team up with another member to increase our total THashes & increase our odds of scoring a block (Say, 15 TH + 15 TH = 30 THs)?

If so, is there a way we might both be able to get notified/verify the found block?

Thank you in advance!

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November 05, 2014, 11:52:11 PM
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November 05, 2014, 11:58:49 PM
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Quick question: I was wondering how it might be possible for 2 members to use the solo mining for, um, teamed-solo mining (or mini-pool)?

In other words, if someone has some decent THashes, but isn't quite sure he can do it with his farm, could we team up with another member to increase our total THashes & increase our odds of scoring a block (Say, 15 TH + 15 TH = 30 THs)?

If so, is there a way we might both be able to get notified/verify the found block?

Thank you in advance!
If you implicitly trust each other you can just mine to the same btc address for that effect. If there's any doubt you can get yourself a multisig address to mine to that you both need to sign separately and both of you mine to that address.

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November 06, 2014, 12:09:40 AM
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Quick question: I was wondering how it might be possible for 2 members to use the solo mining for, um, teamed-solo mining (or mini-pool)?

In other words, if someone has some decent THashes, but isn't quite sure he can do it with his farm, could we team up with another member to increase our total THashes & increase our odds of scoring a block (Say, 15 TH + 15 TH = 30 THs)?

If so, is there a way we might both be able to get notified/verify the found block?

Thank you in advance!
If you implicitly trust each other you can just mine to the same btc address for that effect. If there's any doubt you can get yourself a multisig address to mine to that you both need to sign separately and both of you mine to that address.

Hey, cool. Thanks for the quick response.

If folks can find an answer that fills the need, I think you might find your little pool to be quite popular! Wink

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November 06, 2014, 12:27:59 AM
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Quick question: I was wondering how it might be possible for 2 members to use the solo mining for, um, teamed-solo mining (or mini-pool)?

In other words, if someone has some decent THashes, but isn't quite sure he can do it with his farm, could we team up with another member to increase our total THashes & increase our odds of scoring a block (Say, 15 TH + 15 TH = 30 THs)?

If so, is there a way we might both be able to get notified/verify the found block?

Thank you in advance!
If you implicitly trust each other you can just mine to the same btc address for that effect. If there's any doubt you can get yourself a multisig address to mine to that you both need to sign separately and both of you mine to that address.

Hey, cool. Thanks for the quick response.

If folks can find an answer that fills the need, I think you might find your little pool to be quite popular! Wink

Armory Wallet supports Multi-sign… is that a solution for you?
https://bitcoinarmory.com/faq/#q15
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November 06, 2014, 12:28:46 AM
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does the version of ckpool run on solo.ckpool.com respond to request-diff?

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November 06, 2014, 12:47:22 AM
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does the version of ckpool run on solo.ckpool.com respond to request-diff?
Yes it responds to both the original described form by slush in mining.suggest_difficulty(diff) and the updated implementation of mining.suggest_difficulty with the diff in the params. Only recent cgminers support this, version 4.7.0+ with the --suggest-diff command.

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November 06, 2014, 12:48:57 AM
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Quick question: I was wondering how it might be possible for 2 members to use the solo mining for, um, teamed-solo mining (or mini-pool)?

In other words, if someone has some decent THashes, but isn't quite sure he can do it with his farm, could we team up with another member to increase our total THashes & increase our odds of scoring a block (Say, 15 TH + 15 TH = 30 THs)?

If so, is there a way we might both be able to get notified/verify the found block?

Thank you in advance!
If you implicitly trust each other you can just mine to the same btc address for that effect. If there's any doubt you can get yourself a multisig address to mine to that you both need to sign separately and both of you mine to that address.

Hey, cool. Thanks for the quick response.

If folks can find an answer that fills the need, I think you might find your little pool to be quite popular! Wink

Armory Wallet supports Multi-sign… is that a solution for you?
https://bitcoinarmory.com/faq/#q15

Nice find, man. I'll check it out...
But, yes... it looks like this could do, from what I see.
Thanks!

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November 06, 2014, 01:16:00 AM
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does the version of ckpool run on solo.ckpool.com respond to request-diff?
Yes it responds to both the original described form by slush in mining.suggest_difficulty(diff) and the updated implementation of mining.suggest_difficulty with the diff in the params. Only recent cgminers support this, version 4.7.0+ with the --suggest-diff command.

ok just checking, cuz im presently using BFG for my nanofuries at the moment. and BFGs --request-diff fails :/ while im troubleshooting/ coding

for suggest difficulty to succeed does the connection need to be subscribed AND authorized already? or previous to one of these steps?

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November 06, 2014, 04:43:17 AM
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does the version of ckpool run on solo.ckpool.com respond to request-diff?
Yes it responds to both the original described form by slush in mining.suggest_difficulty(diff) and the updated implementation of mining.suggest_difficulty with the diff in the params. Only recent cgminers support this, version 4.7.0+ with the --suggest-diff command.

ok just checking, cuz im presently using BFG for my nanofuries at the moment. and BFGs --request-diff fails :/ while im troubleshooting/ coding

for suggest difficulty to succeed does the connection need to be subscribed AND authorized already? or previous to one of these steps?
BFG ignored the stratum specification and the author invented his own version based on hex targets instead of diff because he didn't like it. It will not work with ckpool which works with a diff as slush originally proposed as the standard.

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November 06, 2014, 11:59:17 AM
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does the version of ckpool run on solo.ckpool.com respond to request-diff?
Yes it responds to both the original described form by slush in mining.suggest_difficulty(diff) and the updated implementation of mining.suggest_difficulty with the diff in the params. Only recent cgminers support this, version 4.7.0+ with the --suggest-diff command.

ok just checking, cuz im presently using BFG for my nanofuries at the moment. and BFGs --request-diff fails :/ while im troubleshooting/ coding

for suggest difficulty to succeed does the connection need to be subscribed AND authorized already? or previous to one of these steps?
BFG ignored the stratum specification and the author invented his own version based on hex targets instead of diff because he didn't like it. It will not work with ckpool which works with a diff as slush originally proposed as the standard.

Funsies, so slush/ckpool use a decimal target while bfg uses a hex target. Fml

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November 06, 2014, 02:08:52 PM
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November 06, 2014, 04:14:27 PM
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Gotcha

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November 07, 2014, 04:07:28 PM
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an SP-10 for 48hours http://solo.ckpool.org/users/17d4Cki2U1JQ2n4ZwabGoob2cVpX5W8aXA

Just to test my luck!!!
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