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May 10, 2011, 11:48:15 PM
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How does one go about making their own personal pool?
I have several machines in various locations and would like to have them collectively run as one, opposed to each machine running solo.
The search button is about worn out after 6 hours last night and I fear by what I've read I have much to learn to get this going.
Network skills and programming are low compared to many here, however I'm persistent.

Could some kindly point me in the direction I need to go about to accomplish this?

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May 11, 2011, 12:09:43 AM
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If the pool is just for you, and you don't care about solving lower difficulty shares and distributing payments, then just point all your miners to single bitcoind instance. It will work just like a pool.
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May 11, 2011, 10:21:47 PM
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If the pool is just for you, and you don't care about solving lower difficulty shares and distributing payments, then just point all your miners to single bitcoind instance. It will work just like a pool.

Thank you for the response.
Through more research I've come to the understanding that even if each individual machine run's solo I should net the same output as running a centralized distribution point (pool).
Am I correct in this assumption?

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May 12, 2011, 04:35:28 AM
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Thank you for the response.
Through more research I've come to the understanding that even if each individual machine run's solo I should net the same output as running a centralized distribution point (pool).
Am I correct in this assumption?

That's right. I've thought about doing this too but have avoided it so far since it centralizes my setup with that single machine running bitcoind. If that goes down then none of them are doing any work (unless I script some sort of failover, I suppose).
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