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Author Topic: [205+PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9% fee 6.5 BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,DE,SG  (Read 5158218 times)
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January 30, 2015, 02:06:22 PM
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Block at last! Waiting for confirm.

https://blockchain.info/block/000000000000000013fe7dae3fba84a72cf8d81fc20b9dbf516b9fa0e6845746

Found by pingster! Which means if it's confirmed, he gets the first AVA4!

EDIT: Confirmed! We have a winner.
No confirm required - orphans win also Smiley
But yes it was confirmed anyway. As was the 2nd block.


Wow!! I just woke up and checked pool stats and was happy to see we had found a couple of blocks.
Then checked the blocks and see it was me (pingster) and I won a new miner! Grin Grin Grin
Thank You Thank you Thank you. I have been with this pool since the early days and it's the best run pool.
I can't wait to point the new AVA4 at CKPOOL.  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
 

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January 30, 2015, 02:13:12 PM
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Block at last! Waiting for confirm.

https://blockchain.info/block/000000000000000013fe7dae3fba84a72cf8d81fc20b9dbf516b9fa0e6845746

Found by pingster! Which means if it's confirmed, he gets the first AVA4!

EDIT: Confirmed! We have a winner.
No confirm required - orphans win also Smiley
But yes it was confirmed anyway. As was the 2nd block.


Wow!! I just woke up and checked pool stats and was happy to see we had found a couple of blocks.
Then checked the blocks and see it was me (pingster) and I won a new miner! Grin Grin Grin
Thank You Thank you Thank you. I have been with this pool since the early days and it's the best run pool.
I can't wait to point the new AVA4 at CKPOOL.  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
 

Congrazt!!!  Grin  If you need help to setup Avalon 4 let me know!

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January 30, 2015, 04:42:21 PM
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fast heads up to those of you using westhash or nicehash to be in this contest. I have about 33th rented it spiked nut job high. the last hour or two.
so if I hit a block I am not going to win the contest.

here is the issue seems to be on westhash end.

way too high



 multiple spikes


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January 30, 2015, 04:53:25 PM
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This is my second account here is what I did to fix the problem


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January 30, 2015, 04:55:28 PM
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I am not sure why the hash rate is doing those really big spikes on my westhash rentals.  but anyone that is renting please look at your stats.

I have now dropped down to a number under the 50th limit.


here is a better view of the spikes.  I wonder if the spikes occur in time with restarts







full image is here

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January 30, 2015, 07:06:27 PM
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Firstly, I restarted ckdb (not ckpool) 15 minutes ago, if anyone noticed.
It completed the restart, reload and sync in under 2.5 minutes - so that's good
(I've made 2 sizeable changes that have directly sped that up - one a few days ago, the other yesterday)

ALSO - NO POOL RESTARTS - THE WEB SITE SAYS WHEN THE LAST ONE WAS Tongue

As for the hash rate here, the worker stats give the 5minute rate which is quite volatile.
The 1hr rate is more stable.
I'll check your shift stats and PM them to you philipma1957 they are quite ok, but seems share luck spiked there for a while.

Also note that it's based on the payout stats, not any spikes and troughs along the way.
I'll add them to the PM also they show it quite stable Smiley

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January 30, 2015, 07:33:05 PM
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Spoke too soon ...
Even though the last ckpool restart was over 18 hours ago, we just had another one, this would have caused failover but it restarted straight away.

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January 30, 2015, 08:44:08 PM
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  yeah about 25 minutes  after you answered me it happened.

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January 30, 2015, 09:12:50 PM
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Woo block!  Grin

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January 30, 2015, 09:17:28 PM
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block has confirms


https://blockchain.info/address/1KzFJddTvK9TQWsmWFKYJ9fRx9QeSATyrT


we now have 3 blocks getting confirms.  lets pop some more.

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January 30, 2015, 09:55:00 PM
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Yep ...POP ... POP ... POP!

Congrats to the first AV4 winner, would love to see a really low hash rate miner win the second ...

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January 30, 2015, 09:59:31 PM
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I would too!

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January 30, 2015, 10:21:49 PM
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Updated the topic title since we've got one winner Smiley

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January 30, 2015, 10:25:56 PM
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Updated the topic title since we've got one winner Smiley


Thanks for the attention to detail.

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January 31, 2015, 12:11:06 AM
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Are there any S4 owners who would share their settings they use here?
Firmware rev, any changes to cgminer startup line, Frequency, vcore?
Understood if you are under warranty and do not want to post about any custom stuff.
If willing, feel free to PM me Smiley

I am stock everything, but I think I can do better, a good amount better.

I understand luck is not predictable, but I would sure love to learn a bit more about showering, styling, dressing, and whatever else lady luck likes when she does arrive Smiley

I'm considering moving my remaining hash here but haven't made up my mind to take the plunge until I do a bit of testing. My little home setup is a bunch of s3's a few SP20s and S4s. I have a to do list ten miles long since I am new. I haven't gotten them all on 240 yet, and I have tools everywhere. At the moment I am looking in a Zeus Thunder X3 scrypt 128 miner 1000w for 28-30 Mhz. I'm going to put the cover on and send it right back on the ebtrain. I'd rather be tweaking the SHA anyway. The heatsinks in these things are worth something even if the miner isn't. They are huge.

Sorry for the OT, but I am enjoying reading through this thread over the past few days. I just read a few each day. You guys have fun, get wound up, roll down, and get right wound up even better. As others have mentioned it seems to be simple common sense as well... The two guys who will know more about what is going on under the hood than anyone else in the hood.
...and more importantly you guys have a presence that feels sincerely honest and gives to the community. I am running a small amount of cgminer compared to most I think, but none the less I am running it, and happy with it. That deserves a jingle in your pocket and some loyalty as well I think.

This seems like the best place to be. I haven't moved an inch since I started. Thank you for the software and the pool.

I hope everyone has a great weekend and Congrats! to pingster! the Avalon winner!!!
Good Luck

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Make the block size set by the pool. Pool = miners and they get the choice.
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January 31, 2015, 12:22:13 AM
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Are there any S4 owners who would share their settings they use here?
Firmware rev, any changes to cgminer startup line, Frequency, vcore?
Understood if you are under warranty and do not want to post about any custom stuff.
If willing, feel free to PM me Smiley

I am stock everything, but I think I can do better, a good amount better.

I understand luck is not predictable, but I would sure love to learn a bit more about showering, styling, dressing, and whatever else lady luck likes when she does arrive Smiley

I'm considering moving my remaining hash here but haven't made up my mind to take the plunge until I do a bit of testing. My little home setup is a bunch of s3's a few SP20s and S4s. I have a to do list ten miles long since I am new. I haven't gotten them all on 240 yet, and I have tools everywhere. At the moment I am looking in a Zeus Thunder X3 scrypt 128 miner 1000w for 28-30 Mhz. I'm going to put the cover on and send it right back on the ebtrain. I'd rather be tweaking the SHA anyway. The heatsinks in these things are worth something even if the miner isn't. They are huge.

Sorry for the OT, but I am enjoying reading through this thread over the past few days. I just read a few each day. You guys have fun, get wound up, roll down, and get right wound up even better. As others have mentioned it seems to be simple common sense as well... The two guys who will know more about what is going on under the hood than anyone else in the hood.
...and more importantly you guys have a presence that feels sincerely honest and gives to the community. I am running a small amount of cgminer compared to most I think, but none the less I am running it, and happy with it. That deserves a jingle in your pocket and some loyalty as well I think.

This seems like the best place to be. I haven't moved an inch since I started. Thank you for the software and the pool.

I hope everyone has a great weekend and Congrats! to pingster! the Avalon winner!!!
Good Luck

Not an S4 owner, but as I understand it they like a 2048 difficulty, might change the min diff on your s4 worker(s) to that.  The ckpool code should bump them up automatically though.

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January 31, 2015, 12:38:26 AM
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sloopy , just hook 'em up...the pool handles the diff for you.

Pingster....congrats you lucky dog!  Grin

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January 31, 2015, 03:55:38 AM
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Are there any S4 owners who would share their settings they use here?
Firmware rev, any changes to cgminer startup line, Frequency, vcore?
Understood if you are under warranty and do not want to post about any custom stuff.
If willing, feel free to PM me Smiley

I am stock everything, but I think I can do better, a good amount better.

I understand luck is not predictable, but I would sure love to learn a bit more about showering, styling, dressing, and whatever else lady luck likes when she does arrive Smiley

I'm considering moving my remaining hash here but haven't made up my mind to take the plunge until I do a bit of testing. My little home setup is a bunch of s3's a few SP20s and S4s. I have a to do list ten miles long since I am new. I haven't gotten them all on 240 yet, and I have tools everywhere. At the moment I am looking in a Zeus Thunder X3 scrypt 128 miner 1000w for 28-30 Mhz. I'm going to put the cover on and send it right back on the ebtrain. I'd rather be tweaking the SHA anyway. The heatsinks in these things are worth something even if the miner isn't. They are huge.

Sorry for the OT, but I am enjoying reading through this thread over the past few days. I just read a few each day. You guys have fun, get wound up, roll down, and get right wound up even better. As others have mentioned it seems to be simple common sense as well... The two guys who will know more about what is going on under the hood than anyone else in the hood.
...and more importantly you guys have a presence that feels sincerely honest and gives to the community. I am running a small amount of cgminer compared to most I think, but none the less I am running it, and happy with it. That deserves a jingle in your pocket and some loyalty as well I think.

This seems like the best place to be. I haven't moved an inch since I started. Thank you for the software and the pool.

I hope everyone has a great weekend and Congrats! to pingster! the Avalon winner!!!
Good Luck

Not an S4 owner, but as I understand it they like a 2048 difficulty, might change the min diff on your s4 worker(s) to that.  The ckpool code should bump them up automatically though.
Just make sure they are on Oct 16th firmware, other versions may have issues.

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January 31, 2015, 04:17:08 AM
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One landed and coming up to speed nicely on the top right average. The worker hash rate is way behind but as long as the pool sees the rate and I am turning in shares I am set.
I will go try to find the thread where ck discussed lowmem and the other settings for the S4. I can't remember exactly what was said or the context.

Thanks for the pointers all. I am running stock 200/0720 with 10-14-14 firmware set at 2048 Difficulty pool side.
When the warranty is out I'd love to strip her down and put a new coat of thermal grease and slap it up with a 2000w server PSU. I have just the one to push her. I understand it isn't economical at this point, it would be for kicks to see how high / fast.

We are getting there!

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January 31, 2015, 10:13:20 AM
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Payouts 341147 and 341149 sent
and confirmed
and in case anyone wasn't watching Smiley
Another, just under 100% block half an hour ago Smiley
... and another block just now ~13% confirmed.

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