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August 03, 2016, 12:16:45 PM
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Thanks for the reply's.

Not on free electric and in the UK, quite high electric prices, however, I will run the S1 for now as a lottery and hope to hit a few blocks but I don't think I will be that lucky. Time will tell. LOL

That's like saying, I hope to win the lottery several times......  Hope for once first...
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August 03, 2016, 02:37:38 PM
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That's like saying, I hope to win the lottery several times......  Hope for once first...
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August 03, 2016, 04:36:36 PM
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Thanks for the reply's.

Not on free electric and in the UK, quite high electric prices, however, I will run the S1 for now as a lottery and hope to hit a few blocks but I don't think I will be that lucky. Time will tell. LOL
You said you have an S3, run that one instead of the S1.
Hope is awesome, but don't fool yourself, your chance of solving let alone 1 block is essentially 0.
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August 04, 2016, 12:09:33 AM
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You said you have an S3, run that one instead of the S1.
Hope is awesome, but don't fool yourself, your chance of solving let alone 1 block is essentially 0.
I was foolish and cut off the PCIe connectors from power supply and wired into the S1, waiting on another power supply to get the S3 up and running. We live and learn.

Fingers crossed on hitting a block, but I think they going to be crossed for a long time, lol.
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August 06, 2016, 08:30:24 AM
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Solo block for 17wigaWBYC7vjpahbRa6bKMCYPSjfPYHFb with ~1.5PH
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000001a97294d2a9b4f737923c959c25e411d73da1324661747a

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August 06, 2016, 08:41:44 AM
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[2016-08-06 08:01:47.681] Possible block solve diff 661587214862.600342 !
[2016-08-06 08:01:47.950] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2016-08-06 08:01:47.951] Solved and confirmed block 423935 by 17wigaWBYC7vjpahbRa6bKMCYPSjfPYHFb
[2016-08-06 08:01:47.951] User 17wigaWBYC7vjpahbRa6bKMCYPSjfPYHFb:{"hashrate1m": "1.39P", "hashrate5m": "1.58P", "hashrate1hr": "1.53P", "hashrate1d": "1.21P", "hashrate7d": "507T"}
[2016-08-06 08:01:47.951] Worker 17wigaWBYC7vjpahbRa6bKMCYPSjfPYHFb:{"hashrate1m": "1.39P", "hashrate5m": "1.58P", "hashrate1hr": "1.53P", "hashrate1d": "1.21P", "hashrate7d": "507T"}
[2016-08-06 03:01:49.553] Block solved after 323499767763 shares at 160.2% diff

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August 06, 2016, 09:46:00 AM
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How can I set DIFF for ckpool at MRR. Some of the Rig Owners wrote me about that. I read about 50 Pages in this Thread but dont find the answer. I'm tired now ^^

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August 06, 2016, 09:52:35 AM
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How can I set DIFF for ckpool at MRR. Some of the Rig Owners wrote me about that. I read about 50 Pages in this Thread but dont find the answer. I'm tired now ^^
Don't? It doesn't make any diff (pun intended.)

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August 06, 2016, 10:27:06 AM
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The Rig Owners asks me for that. For faster starting there Rigs to prevent low RPI Score Levels.

I use "solo.ckpool.org:3334" for renting. Is there a way to start with eg. DIFF 65536.
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August 06, 2016, 10:55:16 AM
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The Rig Owners asks me for that. For faster starting there Rigs to prevent low RPI Score Levels.

I use "solo.ckpool.org:3334" for renting. Is there a way to start with eg. DIFF 65536.
Only if the rigs support setting diff with the stratum compliant --suggest-diff that's built into cgminer. However ckpool is very fast at changing diff upwards so I doubt it will really delay in any meaningful way with a start diff of 1k.

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August 06, 2016, 11:03:47 AM
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A higher starting diff would definitely help with rentals starting speed.

Isn't it best to increase the starting diff now anyways.  Most miners are 4TH or higher now.

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August 06, 2016, 11:09:22 AM
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A higher starting diff would definitely help with rentals starting speed.

Isn't it best to increase the starting diff now anyways.  Most miners are 4TH or higher now.

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I have an awful lot of miners on the pool, most of which are running adhoc rigs of all shapes and sizes - a lot of them lower hashrate older generation hardware that will never make money mining but they run them as a lottery. 1k is fine as a compromise since ckpool adapts so quickly upwards anyway, in less than 30 seconds. If it was the era where you watch consoles which cgminer is running you could see it for yourself, but alas these days it's all hidden behind web interfaces and obfuscation. I've never heard of any rentals, even 8PH ones, having any trouble starting quickly on this pool.

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August 06, 2016, 11:20:34 AM
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A higher starting diff would definitely help with rentals starting speed.

Isn't it best to increase the starting diff now anyways.  Most miners are 4TH or higher now.

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I have an awful lot of miners on the pool, most of which are running adhoc rigs of all shapes and sizes - a lot of them lower hashrate older generation hardware that will never make money mining but they run them as a lottery. 1k is fine as a compromise since ckpool adapts so quickly upwards anyway, in less than 30 seconds. If it was the era where you watch consoles which cgminer is running you could see it for yourself, but alas these days it's all hidden behind web interfaces and obfuscation. I've never heard of any rentals, even 8PH ones, having any trouble starting quickly on this pool.

If I rent 750TH/s and up it can take a while before the workers running at full Speed due the low starting Diff. Maybe you can add a highdiff Port in the Future, but I personaly have no Problems with your Pool. Thank you for your Work and your Support :-)
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I just tested a S9 I have running on solo right now with a backup pool of Kano.  In console I switched to kano and timed the difficulty adjust.  Diff stayed at 1042 for exactly 60 seconds and then switched to 8.38 K.  Before I had done this test it was running at 10.8K on solo and had been for days.  When I switched back to solo diff quickly dropped down from 10.8K to 4K after only a few minutes of no hashrate.  I understand about the smaller miners but as you said they will probably never make money mining, so why cater to these in-efficient miners?

I have seen entire 300 TH workers disconnect on NH ramp up due to the difficulty not adjusting quick enough.  Large hashrate rentals on MRR are the same way.

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August 06, 2016, 11:28:12 AM
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I just tested a S9 I have running on solo right now with a backup pool of Kano.  In console I switched to kano and timed the difficulty adjust.  Diff stayed at 1024 for exactly 60 seconds and then switched to 8.38 K.  Before I had done this test it was running at 10.8K on solo and had been for days.  When I switched back to solo diff quickly dropped down from 10.8K to 4K after only a few minutes of no hashrate.  I understand about the smaller miners but as you said they will probably never make money mining, so why cater to these in-efficient miners?
Not sure how you're conducting your tests for you see... solo and kano run the same pool software which I wrote so what you say is nigh on impossible. The only difference is solo's start is exactly 1k whereas it's 1042 on kano which is virtually the same (+ Douglas Adams' 42)

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August 06, 2016, 11:35:22 AM
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I just tested a S9 I have running on solo right now with a backup pool of Kano.  In console I switched to kano and timed the difficulty adjust.  Diff stayed at 1024 for exactly 60 seconds and then switched to 8.38 K.  Before I had done this test it was running at 10.8K on solo and had been for days.  When I switched back to solo diff quickly dropped down from 10.8K to 4K after only a few minutes of no hashrate.  I understand about the smaller miners but as you said they will probably never make money mining, so why cater to these in-efficient miners?
Not sure how you're conducting your tests for you see... solo and kano run the same pool software which I wrote so what you say is nigh on impossible. The only difference is solo's start is exactly 1k whereas it's 1042 on kano which is virtually the same (+ Douglas Adams' 42)

I understand you wrote the software that is why I am making the suggestion.  It is not hard to ssh into a S7 or S9 and switch pools manually and watch the share submission and time difficulty adjustment.  I can take a video of it if you want I guess...

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August 06, 2016, 01:30:29 PM
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...It is not hard to ssh into a S7 or S9 and switch pools manually and watch the share submission and time difficulty adjustment....

One would assume that if you're able to do that, then you're able to see that the rigs, themselves, run on a 1 diff no matter what you set.   Wink

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August 06, 2016, 03:35:42 PM
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~ck, I like your reference to THGTTG.  Wink

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August 07, 2016, 09:02:41 AM
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Hi! Another noob here, so please bear with me.

I am using the Bitcoin miner app for Windows 10, and the difficulty says "1000". I have the app set to Ckpool, and I am running 32MH/s. If I could I would provide a screenshot. Is this the actual difficulty I am running on, and if so, based on calculations, what would be my block time?
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August 07, 2016, 09:47:20 AM
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Hi! Another noob here, so please bear with me.

I am using the Bitcoin miner app for Windows 10, and the difficulty says "1000". I have the app set to Ckpool, and I am running 32MH/s. If I could I would provide a screenshot. Is this the actual difficulty I am running on, and if so, based on calculations, what would be my block time?
Never in a trillion years. CPU mining is quadrillions of times slower than current hardware miners. You can not meaningfully mine bitcoin with CPU or GPU. You need an ASIC.

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