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April 23, 2018, 09:12:18 PM
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And every bit of that data would have to be specific to this pool (as any shitcoin rental would skew the data set).

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
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April 26, 2018, 02:32:18 AM
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Interesting test I did today. I was bored. LOL

With 3.4-3.6PH the pool averaged 204-205 SPS.

I added a 3PH rental from nicehash and westhash to the pool for a while and the share rate only increased to 208SPS average.
Shouldn't it have gone up quite a bit more than that?

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April 26, 2018, 02:42:01 AM
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Interesting test I did today. I was bored. LOL

With 3.4-3.6PH the pool averaged 204-205 SPS.

I added a 3PH rental from nicehash and westhash to the pool for a while and the share rate only increased to 208SPS average.
Shouldn't it have gone up quite a bit more than that?

They use proxies which combine the shares from multiple machines into much less connections.

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April 26, 2018, 02:48:11 AM
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Interesting test I did today. I was bored. LOL

With 3.4-3.6PH the pool averaged 204-205 SPS.

I added a 3PH rental from nicehash and westhash to the pool for a while and the share rate only increased to 208SPS average.
Shouldn't it have gone up quite a bit more than that?

They use proxies which combine the shares from multiple machines into much less connections.

Does that mena less shares are actually transferred to the pool then? Just a fictitious hash rate increase, but no real increase in shares?

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April 26, 2018, 02:50:50 AM
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Interesting test I did today. I was bored. LOL

With 3.4-3.6PH the pool averaged 204-205 SPS.

I added a 3PH rental from nicehash and westhash to the pool for a while and the share rate only increased to 208SPS average.
Shouldn't it have gone up quite a bit more than that?

They use proxies which combine the shares from multiple machines into much less connections.

Does that mena less shares are actually transferred to the pool then? Just a fictitious hash rate increase, but no real increase in shares?
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April 26, 2018, 02:55:08 AM
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Interesting test I did today. I was bored. LOL

With 3.4-3.6PH the pool averaged 204-205 SPS.

I added a 3PH rental from nicehash and westhash to the pool for a while and the share rate only increased to 208SPS average.
Shouldn't it have gone up quite a bit more than that?

They use proxies which combine the shares from multiple machines into much less connections.

Does that mena less shares are actually transferred to the pool then? Just a fictitious hash rate increase, but no real increase in shares?
Diff

Huh?

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April 26, 2018, 02:55:57 AM
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Huh?
The bigger the hashrate the higher the diff, the shares per second are constant depending on number of connections.

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April 26, 2018, 03:00:36 AM
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Huh?
The bigger the hashrate the higher the diff, the shares per second are constant depending on number of connections.

So with a higher hash rate, and thus a higher diff, does the chance of solving a block go down or remain the same?
Sorry, I'm not following how all this works.  Cheesy

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April 26, 2018, 03:14:56 AM
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Huh?
The bigger the hashrate the higher the diff, the shares per second are constant depending on number of connections.

So with a higher hash rate, and thus a higher diff, does the chance of solving a block go down or remain the same?
Sorry, I'm not following how all this works.  Cheesy
Share diff is the equivalent of the server saying "Don't send me any shares that are less than a difficulty of x". For a given hashrate, if x were 100 (for example of small easy to talk about numbers) then the amount of times that amount of has "should" return shares would be 10 times per second (for example of small easy to talk about numbers). If you doubled that amount of hash, and kept x at 100, then you'd return 20 shares per second.
The value of x fluctuates with hash in order to have a specific number of shares returned per second/minute, otherwise an huge hash increase would dump 300 gajillion shares and pointlessly flood the server.

All shares that are returned for any difficulty lower than an actual block solve are solely for the purpose of the pool giving the users credit for their work (albeit that has no real meaning in a solo pool). To that end, there's no difference between 1 share at 100 or 10 shares at 10, other than the load on the server; so, the per user/hashrate diff is adjusted for that given hashrate and all users return roughly the same number of shares per second/minute.

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April 26, 2018, 03:20:20 AM
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Huh?
The bigger the hashrate the higher the diff, the shares per second are constant depending on number of connections.

So with a higher hash rate, and thus a higher diff, does the chance of solving a block go down or remain the same?
Sorry, I'm not following how all this works.  Cheesy
Share diff is the equivalent of the server saying "Don't send me any shares that are less than a difficulty of x". For a given hashrate, if x were 100 (for example of small easy to talk about numbers) then the amount of times that amount of has "should" return shares would be 10 times per second (for example of small easy to talk about numbers). If you doubled that amount of hash, and kept x at 100, then you'd return 20 shares per second.
The value of x fluctuates with hash in order to have a specific number of shares returned per second/minute, otherwise an huge hash increase would dump 300 gajillion shares and pointlessly flood the server.

All shares that are returned for any difficulty lower than an actual block solve are solely for the purpose of the pool giving the users credit for their work (albeit that has no real meaning in a solo pool). To that end, there's no difference between 1 share at 100 or 10 shares at 10, other than the load on the server; so, the per user/hashrate diff is adjusted for that given hashrate and all users return roughly the same number of shares per second/minute.

Ahh. Got it. Thank you!  Wink

So basically a large rental will stay 'about' the same SPS rate but will be transferring a much larger data packet/share with more difficult numbers (possible solves) in it.

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April 26, 2018, 01:46:09 PM
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Ahh. Got it. Thank you!  Wink

So basically a large rental will stay 'about' the same SPS rate but will be transferring a much larger data packet/share with more difficult numbers (possible solves) in it.

Yes -  ckpool's share diff adjusts to support a standard rate of accepted shares. The minimum it'll allow is 1 million using the rental port, but it can of course go higher. (If a share diff is above the network difficulty, you get a block.)
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April 26, 2018, 07:59:26 PM
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Hey guys!

I'm a newbie here.  Undecided

Can you please tell me how to check that I pointed my S9 to solo.ckpool in correct way?

{
 "hashrate1m": "8.07T",
 "hashrate5m": "13.5T",
 "hashrate1hr": "17.9T",
 "hashrate1d": "1.84T",
 "hashrate7d": "275G",
 "lastshare": 1524772684,
 "workers": 2,
 "shares": 40000000,
 "bestshare": 36400871.73692238,
 "bestever": 36400871,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "16U5HDYhpW5ZxEX6MLofPCSh2tAumM932r",
   "hashrate1m": "8.07T",
   "hashrate5m": "13.5T",
   "hashrate1hr": "17.9T",
   "hashrate1d": "1.84T",
   "hashrate7d": "275G",
   "lastshare": 1524772684,
   "shares": 40000000,
   "bestshare": 36400871.73692238,
   "bestever": 36400871
  }
 ]
}

And the main question: How can I "examine the coinbase and template sent to you over stratum" to confirm that I'm mining to my own address? Is there any simple way?

Sorry for noob  questions  Huh Roll Eyes

Thanx beforehand!
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April 26, 2018, 08:12:55 PM
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...to confirm that I'm mining to my own address?...
The fact that you get your info back from inputting your address means that you did that already. Wink Don't over-think it and confuse yourself.

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April 26, 2018, 08:19:38 PM
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The fact that you get your info back from inputting your address means that you did that already. Wink Don't over-think it and confuse yourself.

Thanx! Appreciate it!  Smiley
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April 26, 2018, 09:40:25 PM
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Huh?
The bigger the hashrate the higher the diff, the shares per second are constant depending on number of connections.

So with a higher hash rate, and thus a higher diff, does the chance of solving a block go down or remain the same?
Sorry, I'm not following how all this works.  Cheesy

And, strictly speaking, I believe a higher hash rate has the same chance to find a block as a lower hash, but it should find one more frequently.  But maybe that's the same thing as a better chance...
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April 26, 2018, 10:34:03 PM
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Just for S&G I hit the pool with 20PH for a few hours yesterday. No luck.  Cheesy

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April 27, 2018, 11:12:15 AM
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Hi guys!
Could someone tell me why it shows 0 hashrate on solo.ckpool while on the asic’s S9 dashboard everything is ok and the hashrate is 13.5???

{
 "hashrate1m": "0",
 "hashrate5m": "0",
 "hashrate1hr": "246G",
 "hashrate1d": "5.98T",
 "hashrate7d": "1.26T",
 "lastshare": 1524812075,
 "workers": 2,
 "shares": 190000000,
 "bestshare": 216556399.9916186,
 "bestever": 216556399,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "16U5HDYhpW5ZxEX6MLofPCSh2tAumM932r",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "246G",
   "hashrate1d": "5.98T",
   "hashrate7d": "1.26T",
   "lastshare": 1524812075,
   "shares": 190000000,
   "bestshare": 216556399.9916186,
   "bestever": 216556399
  }
 ]
}

And one more question: I’ve got only one worker, And it shows  "workers": 2, why?

Thanks beforehand!
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April 27, 2018, 02:11:34 PM
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Hi guys!
Could someone tell me why it shows 0 hashrate on solo.ckpool while on the asic’s S9 dashboard everything is ok and the hashrate is 13.5???

{
 "hashrate1m": "0",
 "hashrate5m": "0",
...
  {
   "workername": "16U5HDYhpW5ZxEX6MLofPCSh2tAumM932r",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
...
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And one more question: I’ve got only one worker, And it shows  "workers": 2, why?

Thanks beforehand!

Based on that, your S9 is no longer connected to the pool. It might've switched to a different pool, maybe due to a failover, internet blip, or something else.

If you look at your S9's status page, what pool does it show that its connected to?
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April 27, 2018, 03:19:46 PM
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Based on that, your S9 is no longer connected to the pool. It might've switched to a different pool, maybe due to a failover, internet blip, or something else.

If you look at your S9's status page, what pool does it show that its connected to?

Thanks for reply!

That’s the problem! I was on Solo.ckpool.org:3335 - which is dead at the moment.
Now I’ve changed to 3333, which was dead yesterday:(

So, now I’m back in the game!!! Smiley

Thanx again. Appreciate your help!

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