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November 07, 2014, 04:52:14 PM
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an SP-10 for 48hours http://solo.ckpool.org/users/17d4Cki2U1JQ2n4ZwabGoob2cVpX5W8aXA

Just to test my luck!!!

Good luck ! I had ±26TH for 3 days on the pool and no luck  Cry

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November 07, 2014, 04:54:56 PM
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Hy Con.
I think the hashrate1d is not accurate. My miner is working from more than 24 hours and hashrate1d it shows only half of the hash rate.

Nothing is impossible :-)
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November 07, 2014, 09:38:32 PM
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Hy Con.
I think the hashrate1d is not accurate. My miner is working from more than 24 hours and hashrate1d it shows only half of the hash rate.

The time (1 day)  is the time constant for the exponential function, it doesn't just look at "the last 1 day's worth of hashes" which gives a much more stable and accurate value. If you understand exponential functions you'll note it will give you ~63% of the hashrate at precisely 1 day from starting at zero. However over many days it then gives you a much better "rolling average" than the instantaneous type of measurement..

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November 07, 2014, 10:59:44 PM
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Hy Con.
I think the hashrate1d is not accurate. My miner is working from more than 24 hours and hashrate1d it shows only half of the hash rate.

The time (1 day)  is the time constant for the exponential function, it doesn't just look at "the last 1 day's worth of hashes" which gives a much more stable and accurate value. If you understand exponential functions you'll note it will give you ~63% of the hashrate at precisely 1 day from starting at zero. However over many days it then gives you a much better "rolling average" than the instantaneous type of measurement..
I get it. After about one week of working without interruption will have, let's say 90% or 99% accuracy, depending of the exponential funtion.
I realised that the hashrate7d will increase as time will pass but I was thinking hashrate1d must increase more rapidly. From my point of view hashrate1d should have 95% accuracy after three working days. Just an advice.

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November 08, 2014, 12:23:14 AM
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an SP-10 for 48hours http://solo.ckpool.org/users/17d4Cki2U1JQ2n4ZwabGoob2cVpX5W8aXA

Just to test my luck!!!

Good luck ! I had ±26TH for 3 days on the pool and no luck  Cry
Yes it's scary, the more you throw at it the greater your chances, but the chances are still very slim so you stand to lose more as well. One needs to have balls of steel to stick it out...

However this guy takes the cake for throwing the most hardware at the pool for the least effectiveness:
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{"hashrate1m": "34.4G", "hashrate5m": "36.3G", "hashrate1hr": "36.3G", "hashrate1d": "37.6G", "hashrate7d": "30.8G", "workers": 2389}
And yes it really does appear he has over 2000 workers. Looks like a botnet. Luckily ckpool can handle tons of connections without breaking into a sweat.

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November 08, 2014, 07:07:22 AM
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if am not mistaken this must be cpu miners to be so many and no much hashing as it would have the same result and less electricity with a rockminer 30Ghs...

Waste of resources even if he does not pay for it!!!

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November 08, 2014, 01:22:52 PM
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if am not mistaken this must be cpu miners to be so many and no much hashing as it would have the same result and less electricity with a rockminer 30Ghs...

Waste of resources even if he does not pay for it!!!

Can't be CPU miners. It's an average of ~14GH/s per worker.

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November 08, 2014, 01:26:08 PM
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if am not mistaken this must be cpu miners to be so many and no much hashing as it would have the same result and less electricity with a rockminer 30Ghs...

Waste of resources even if he does not pay for it!!!

Can't be CPU miners. It's an average of ~14GH/s per worker.
Look harder.

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November 08, 2014, 06:46:17 PM
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if am not mistaken this must be cpu miners to be so many and no much hashing as it would have the same result and less electricity with a rockminer 30Ghs...

Waste of resources even if he does not pay for it!!!

Can't be CPU miners. It's an average of ~14GH/s per worker.
Look harder.

Indeed. I'm too used with the TH/s standard.

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November 08, 2014, 07:06:39 PM
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However this guy takes the cake for throwing the most hardware at the pool for the least effectiveness:
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{"hashrate1m": "34.4G", "hashrate5m": "36.3G", "hashrate1hr": "36.3G", "hashrate1d": "37.6G", "hashrate7d": "30.8G", "workers": 2389}
And yes it really does appear he has over 2000 workers. Looks like a botnet. Luckily ckpool can handle tons of connections without breaking into a sweat.

If you're confident it is a botnet, why is it still allowed to use the pool?
Isn't that making you, in some small way, complicit in the misuse of other's resources?

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November 08, 2014, 08:34:26 PM
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If you're confident it is a botnet, why is it still allowed to use the pool?
Isn't that making you, in some small way, complicit in the misuse of other's resources?
I'm not confident. It could just be load balancing in the extreme with someone simply setting all his machines to 1% quota on this pool for dedicating a tiny amount of their hashrate towards solo mining and there's no way to tell them apart, and that is a valid use of hashes.

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November 09, 2014, 04:58:04 PM
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You could presumably find out, by looking at the IP addresses those workers are connecting from? If there are clumps of machines coming from the same IP address or IP block, it is probably a farm. If they are all individual IP addresses from all over the world, almost certainly a botnet?

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November 09, 2014, 05:54:08 PM
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can't sign an s-3 in

did allow your pool to be shared now it does not.

also skips you in failover setting any ideas?



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November 09, 2014, 05:56:11 PM
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just moved 3 s-3's here .  will move 2 on weds.  bringing me 6 or 3th .

I  will run them until new years day.

if diff jumps stay at 5% I will have a 1 in 10 shot at a block.


 my earnings in a shared pool  would be about 2.45 coins so 10 to one is about right.

 


I moved a couple back http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1JF5kWzMbkGu57WiNXSE9aHE29do2znCgG
For some reason I am having problems getting my S3 miner to work here, keeps showing dead?
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November 09, 2014, 05:57:37 PM
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can't sign an s-3 in

did allow your pool to be shared now it does not.

also skips you in failover setting any ideas?




I guess I should have waited another minute before I posted.😳
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November 09, 2014, 06:12:08 PM
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can't sign an s-3 in

did allow your pool to be shared now it does not.

also skips you in failover setting any ideas?




I guess I should have waited another minute before I posted.😳

well you are not alone.  the s-3's are working  at kano's ckpool but not here.

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November 09, 2014, 06:27:49 PM
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my two s3+'s are working fine fyi. Any big difference between s3 and s3+ what could cause this?

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November 09, 2014, 06:47:15 PM
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my two s3+'s are working fine fyi. Any big difference between s3 and s3+ what could cause this?

the s3 was working and now does not.

 I suppose I could try one of the s3+ that I have.  maybe tonight.

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November 09, 2014, 08:11:41 PM
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Bitcoind had crashed so the pool was rightly refusing connections. I've restarted it. I assumed having the better hardware for the pool would increase the reliability but had forgotten to set a backup bitcoind. Will set that up shortly. Apologies for the downtime.

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November 09, 2014, 08:20:34 PM
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Bitcoind had crashed so the pool was rightly refusing connections. I've restarted it. I assumed having the better hardware for the pool would increase the reliability but had forgotten to set a backup bitcoind. Will set that up shortly. Apologies for the downtime.
 thanks for info

and it is back up  thank you


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I have load balance

1 ) your pool---------------130gh

2) btc worker 1-------------130gh

3) btc worker 2-------------130gh 

btw this is a decent way to solo mine  and still earn some coin


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