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Author Topic: [∞ YH] solo.ckpool.org 2% fee solo mining USA/DE 255 blocks solved!  (Read 1514147 times)
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November 07, 2016, 10:55:18 PM
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Which of you is playing on Nicehash

fuck, rentals from 15PH  Shocked



i dont think it was bitcoin cause i was getting blocks on my s7s..

btw i think i almost made a whole weeks worth of bitcoin in one night lol.

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November 07, 2016, 11:51:12 PM
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I think it was. Nicehash has this thing called blockchain lottery and while the big overpaying order on westhash was there the two largest options weren't available (15.84% chance for 3.05B and 23.77% chance for 4.56B), now they are. Also, a short while after that big order was put in yesterday nicehash solo found a block.
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November 09, 2016, 11:17:29 PM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
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November 09, 2016, 11:26:58 PM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

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November 09, 2016, 11:31:49 PM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block. 
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
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November 09, 2016, 11:38:11 PM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block. 
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
No, the block goes directly to you when you are mining here at ck.solo . I *never* see any of the rest of the block that goes to the person who's mining so there is zero danger to the miner of me running off with your block. Now if you'll kindly go to whoever you were mining with and ask them for support, I'd be grateful since it has nothing to do with this pool.

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November 10, 2016, 12:05:17 AM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block.  
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
No, the block goes directly to you when you are mining here at ck.solo . I *never* see any of the rest of the block that goes to the person who's mining so there is zero danger to the miner of me running off with your block. Now if you'll kindly go to whoever you were mining with and ask them for support, I'd be grateful since it has nothing to do with this pool.
Diff 543270040839.320251 means the block would be:
...0000002061ac3fe9...
(accurate to more than the first 8 )

So looking at recent blocks: 437887
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000002061ac3fe9ca231407e8b1dd5e9ea59f2f33e3e30852e00
FUPool block



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November 10, 2016, 12:08:41 AM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block. 
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
No, the block goes directly to you when you are mining here at ck.solo . I *never* see any of the rest of the block that goes to the person who's mining so there is zero danger to the miner of me running off with your block. Now if you'll kindly go to whoever you were mining with and ask them for support, I'd be grateful since it has nothing to do with this pool.

Hey -ck  You should make a solo pool to block S9's and leave the existing one for S9's only.  They are bad luck machines. i know it wont happen but
just upset that i had to go to a diff solo pool that was using your code, which in turn screwed me out a block anyways

Thanks for your input
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November 10, 2016, 12:10:39 AM
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Hey -ck  You should make a solo pool to block S9's and leave the existing one for S9's only.  They are bad luck machines. i know it wont happen but
just upset that i had to go to a diff solo pool that was using your code, which in turn screwed me out a block anyways
All the data I've seen shows S9s find blocks at the same rate as everything else. Since everyone mines for themselves on this pool it makes no difference what other hardware is mining for other people so your suggestion makes no real sense on any level to me. It also doesn't explain why you "had to go to a diff solo pool".. and FUpool isn't even a solo pool.

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November 10, 2016, 12:14:08 AM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block.  
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
No, the block goes directly to you when you are mining here at ck.solo . I *never* see any of the rest of the block that goes to the person who's mining so there is zero danger to the miner of me running off with your block. Now if you'll kindly go to whoever you were mining with and ask them for support, I'd be grateful since it has nothing to do with this pool.
Diff 543270040839.320251 means the block would be:
...0000002061ac3fe9...
(accurate to more than the first 8 )

So looking at recent blocks: 437887
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000002061ac3fe9ca231407e8b1dd5e9ea59f2f33e3e30852e00
FUPool block



Thank you Kano that's what I was looking for.   Looks like that crappy pool was late and lost it.  Dammit.
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November 10, 2016, 12:18:45 AM
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Does anyone know how i would locate to see what block # it is?
How would i go about locating this block?  well to see if it did solve and go through
ckproxy says  possible block solved and my miner says block solved.  but didnt get btc.

[2016-11-08 02:00:17.733] Possible block solve diff 543270040839.320251 !

Thanx
You would check your address that you are mining to, check if there is a 12 BTC transaction from a block, and get the block from there. You probably didn't get BTC because you either relayed it too late, it was stale or orphaned. Solo CK hasn't found a block of over 4 days now.

Check your address on the pools website and see that your best share is

i wasnt soloing on cksolo, i was on a diff solo pool and cant seem to get ahold of the pool operator.  they use ckpool software, so im sure the block solve went to their btc address and it is supposed to get sent to me after that,  like cksolo does when i hit a block.  
thats why im trying to see how i would look for it by time and date, with block solve diff
No, the block goes directly to you when you are mining here at ck.solo . I *never* see any of the rest of the block that goes to the person who's mining so there is zero danger to the miner of me running off with your block. Now if you'll kindly go to whoever you were mining with and ask them for support, I'd be grateful since it has nothing to do with this pool.
Diff 543270040839.320251 means the block would be:
...0000002061ac3fe9...
(accurate to more than the first 8 )

So looking at recent blocks: 437887
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000002061ac3fe9ca231407e8b1dd5e9ea59f2f33e3e30852e00
FUPool block



Thank you Kano that's what I was looking for.   Looks like that crappy pool was late and lost it.  Dammit.
No, you found FUPool's block 437887
You were mining at FUPool when you found that block.

Edit: it also shows an FUPool username in the coinbase

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November 10, 2016, 12:36:27 AM
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No, you found FUPool's block 437887
You were mining at FUPool when you found that block.

Edit: it also shows an FUPool username in the coinbase

I really like that acronym Kano.

I always LOL @ it.

Thanks Cheesy
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So looking at recent blocks: 437887
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/000000000000000002061ac3fe9ca231407e8b1dd5e9ea59f2f33e3e30852e00
FUPool block



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Thank you Kano that's what I was looking for.   Looks like that crappy pool was late and lost it.  Dammit.
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No, you found FUPool's block 437887
You were mining at FUPool when you found that block.

Edit: it also shows an FUPool username in the coinbase
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I was mining at this place. scampool.io. Delete if needed. Is that linked to fupoo? They use yours and ck's code on their site.  The site says nothing about fupool.   I'm back at ckpool now.  👍🏽
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November 10, 2016, 01:26:54 AM
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I was mining at this place. scam-central.io Delete if needed. Is that linked to fupoo? They use yours and ck's code on their site.  The site says nothing about fupool.   I'm back at ckpool now.
FTFY Smiley

It would seem they ripped you off by proxying your mining to an account called xinxan at FUPool.

Though his is far off topic in here, since it has nothing to do with solo.ckpool ...

Remember, mining is money, and lots of people like taking money from others dishonestly.
If you mine at some random unknown pool, your chances of getting ripped off are far from zero.

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November 10, 2016, 01:42:34 AM
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when I see this shit happen I do a 1 or 2 day solo mine if it hits I split with the guy that was fucked.

we hit once doing this  so chillfactr  give me a few minutes to set this up



http://solo.ckpool.org/workers/1JdC6Xg3ajT3rge3FgPNSYYFpmf53Vbtje


It will mine at the above address

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November 10, 2016, 02:06:41 AM
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when I see this shit happen I do a 1 or 2 day solo mine if it hits I split with the guy that was fucked.

we hit once doing this  so chillfactr  give me a few minutes to set this up



http://solo.ckpool.org/workers/1JdC6Xg3ajT3rge3FgPNSYYFpmf53Vbtje


It will mine at the above address
k

I appreciate it philipma1957  but I have my miners back at cksolo.
Hopefully mr blockie will come my way like really quick.   We don't sacrifice chickens 🐔 Here. Lol
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November 10, 2016, 02:52:34 AM
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when I see this shit happen I do a 1 or 2 day solo mine if it hits I split with the guy that was fucked.

we hit once doing this  so chillfactr  give me a few minutes to set this up



http://solo.ckpool.org/workers/1JdC6Xg3ajT3rge3FgPNSYYFpmf53Vbtje


It will mine at the above address
k

I appreciate it philipma1957  but I have my miners back at cksolo.
Hopefully mr blockie will come my way like really quick.   We don't sacrifice chickens 🐔 Here. Lol

okay then   good luck.

 If I hit I will spread it around in other ways.

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November 10, 2016, 03:24:49 AM
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Hi -ck,

I'm mining with through ckproxy, when I point the first preference to the solo pool it looks like it's not liking me and kicking me over to the secondary. Any ideas why this would be?

Code:
==> /var/log/upstart/ckproxy-solo.log <==
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.152] Proxy 1:stratum.kano.is:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.606] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.091] Successfully connected to pool 0 solo.ckpool.org:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.092] ckproxy generator ready
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.028] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 reconnect issue to stratum.ckpool.org:443, dropping existing connection
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 failed, attempting reconnect
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Successfully connected to pool 1 stratum.kano.is:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 recovered
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Successfully connected to pool 0 stratum.ckpool.org:443 as proxy

Code:
[2016-11-10 14:20:01.249] Pool:{"runtime": 1200, "lastupdate": 1478748001, "Users": 3, "Workers": 3, "Idle": 0, "Disconnected": 0}
[2016-11-10 14:20:01.249] Pool:{"hashrate1m": "4.14T", "hashrate5m": "3.6T", "hashrate15m": "3.38T", "hashrate1hr": "3.2T", "hashrate6hr": "2.34T", "hashrate1d": "2.11T", "hashrate7d": "1.93T"}
[2016-11-10 14:20:01.249] Pool:{"SPS1m": 1.1688495774461678, "SPS5m": 1.0539332821122207, "SPS15m": 1.0770247973998004, "SPS1h": 1.0011794050258671}
[2016-11-10 14:20:01.249] Proxy:{"current": 1, "active": 2, "total": 2}

Code:
"proxy" :  [
        {
         "url" : "solo.ckpool.org:3333",
         "auth" : "1JfWNu78kncYPP7CajXVGk45nGnim3MKuL",
         "pass" : "pass"
        },
        {
         "url" : "stratum.kano.is:3333",
         "auth" : "daemondazz.proxy1",
         "pass" : "pass"
        }
],

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November 10, 2016, 03:43:56 AM
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Hi -ck,

I'm mining with through ckproxy, when I point the first preference to the solo pool it looks like it's not liking me and kicking me over to the secondary. Any ideas why this would be?

Code:
==> /var/log/upstart/ckproxy-solo.log <==
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.152] Proxy 1:stratum.kano.is:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.606] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.091] Successfully connected to pool 0 solo.ckpool.org:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.092] ckproxy generator ready
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.028] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 reconnect issue to stratum.ckpool.org:443, dropping existing connection
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 failed, attempting reconnect
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Successfully connected to pool 1 stratum.kano.is:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 recovered
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Successfully connected to pool 0 stratum.ckpool.org:443 as proxy
That's it negotiating the redirect order from solo.ckpool.org and is perfectly fine. You'll see it switches back to pool 0 once it has negotiated the new connection which is only 5 seconds later.

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November 10, 2016, 03:56:58 AM
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Hi -ck,

I'm mining with through ckproxy, when I point the first preference to the solo pool it looks like it's not liking me and kicking me over to the secondary. Any ideas why this would be?

Code:
==> /var/log/upstart/ckproxy-solo.log <==
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.152] Proxy 1:stratum.kano.is:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:02.606] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 connection established
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.091] Successfully connected to pool 0 solo.ckpool.org:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:03.092] ckproxy generator ready
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.028] Proxy 0:solo.ckpool.org:3333 reconnect issue to stratum.ckpool.org:443, dropping existing connection
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 failed, attempting reconnect
[2016-11-10 14:00:04.029] Successfully connected to pool 1 stratum.kano.is:3333 as proxy
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Proxy 0:stratum.ckpool.org:443 recovered
[2016-11-10 14:00:09.030] Successfully connected to pool 0 stratum.ckpool.org:443 as proxy
That's it negotiating the redirect order from solo.ckpool.org and is perfectly fine. You'll see it switches back to pool 0 once it has negotiated the new connection which is only 5 seconds later.

The issue I am having is that it does not appear to switch back. If you note the timestamp in the second snippet which is from the ckproxy.log, it's still using proxy 1 20 minutes later, and http://solo.ckpool.org/users/1JfWNu78kncYPP7CajXVGk45nGnim3MKuL shows a hashrate of 200MH when it should be closer to 3.5TH.

It logs a "Stratifier setting active proxy to 1" but never back to proxy 0.


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