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September 24, 2014, 10:36:35 AM
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Very interesting. I may point some has at this soon as I am currently back in "testing the waters mode". p2pool has been good to me and I've roi'd on 2 s1's but starting to see non-paying blocks. I'll be over shortly, have a beer waiting for me Wink  
Well if I can update the S1/S2/S3 driver in a few days hopefully more of the S's will join too Smiley

I've got 2 s1's, do they require a driver update for ckpool? I have the p2pool driver update installed on them already.
No driver update needed. It will work already as is.

What I'm referring to is updating all 3 S1/S2/S3 drivers to the latest cgminer with my modified version of the driver that does everything 'properly' Smiley
i.e. stratum rolling to reduce work generation CPU to ~15%, standard API, submitting stale nonces so p2pool blocks aren't discarded, etc.

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September 24, 2014, 11:55:19 AM
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Very interesting. I may point some has at this soon as I am currently back in "testing the waters mode". p2pool has been good to me and I've roi'd on 2 s1's but starting to see non-paying blocks. I'll be over shortly, have a beer waiting for me Wink  
Well if I can update the S1/S2/S3 driver in a few days hopefully more of the S's will join too Smiley

I've got 2 s1's, do they require a driver update for ckpool? I have the p2pool driver update installed on them already.
No driver update needed. It will work already as is.

What I'm referring to is updating all 3 S1/S2/S3 drivers to the latest cgminer with my modified version of the driver that does everything 'properly' Smiley
i.e. stratum rolling to reduce work generation CPU to ~15%, standard API, submitting stale nonces so p2pool blocks aren't discarded, etc.

Ah I see, well if you need testers i'll be happy to do some experimenting.

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September 24, 2014, 12:03:20 PM
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Ah I see, well if you need testers i'll be happy to do some experimenting.

Likewise, especially with the S2  Wink

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Kano, are there any stats available? I'm mining under a username not a btc address.

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September 25, 2014, 10:28:57 AM
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Kano, are there any stats available? I'm mining under a username not a btc address.

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If you mean BTC stats? - no I've not written one to show that before a block is found.

I've got a page that generates the stats for payout - which has been used on the other pool and works fine Smiley

It's not a big change to include a ratio and estimate, I'll add that next, though I'll make it based on the current block, not the PPLNS range, since ckdb knows that already and can just spit it out on request.
I guess at the top of the Workers page would be best ... I'll do that soon.

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September 28, 2014, 10:36:01 AM
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What I'm referring to is updating all 3 S1/S2/S3 drivers to the latest cgminer with my modified version of the driver that does everything 'properly' Smiley
i.e. stratum rolling to reduce work generation CPU to ~15%, standard API, submitting stale nonces so p2pool blocks aren't discarded, etc.

I guess stratum rolling wasn't such a bad idea after all Smiley

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September 28, 2014, 10:58:19 AM
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Just pointed my lone S1 here, see if we cant get some BTC rolling.

Also just realised your a fellow Aussie? Townsville here.

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September 28, 2014, 12:08:55 PM
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Just pointed my lone S1 here, see if we cant get some BTC rolling.

Also just realised your a fellow Aussie? Townsville here.
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September 28, 2014, 12:30:45 PM
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Haha, never picked it, shout you fellas a beer if Im ever back down that way. Im originally from Nowra, been to Melbourne once or twice with Work, plenty of time in Sydney growing up, and also with work...

Its work that has me in Townsville now  Wink

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September 28, 2014, 01:54:16 PM
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What I'm referring to is updating all 3 S1/S2/S3 drivers to the latest cgminer with my modified version of the driver that does everything 'properly' Smiley
i.e. stratum rolling to reduce work generation CPU to ~15%, standard API, submitting stale nonces so p2pool blocks aren't discarded, etc.

I guess stratum rolling wasn't such a bad idea after all Smiley

Very restrictive rolling (max is 90s or less)
Not like many have done in the past of rolling the work for up to an hour or more and risking invalidating later valid blocks ...

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September 28, 2014, 01:56:58 PM
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Kano, are there any stats available? I'm mining under a username not a btc address.

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If you mean BTC stats? - no I've not written one to show that before a block is found.

I've got a page that generates the stats for payout - which has been used on the other pool and works fine Smiley

It's not a big change to include a ratio and estimate, I'll add that next, though I'll make it based on the current block, not the PPLNS range, since ckdb knows that already and can just spit it out on request.
I guess at the top of the Workers page would be best ... I'll do that soon.
Stats change updated.
Under workers it shows both the worker % of the current block total shares and the user % in the total
with a rough BTC estimate below the table based on if the block was found at 100% network diff
(which will be a very close estimate until after we find our first block)

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September 28, 2014, 02:21:11 PM
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Nice, my work here is already worth more than if i was on one of the big guys.. that said obviously here might take a little longer before we get lucky  Grin

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October 04, 2014, 09:29:13 AM
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Been quiet here lately,

As of the last few hours there is 38.81TH Mining here! Looking good! Payout would be pretty good amongst the current few!

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October 04, 2014, 10:43:15 AM
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Server had a hiccup Sad - at least it wasn't ckpool/software or anything like that.
I of course have something monitoring it and it's back up already.

It was down for about 10 minutes - half of that was waiting for bitcoind to restart.
(the other half was working out what happened and why it wasn't online)

All good again.

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October 04, 2014, 10:56:04 AM
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hehe just noticed that, my poor antminer had a heart attack  Grin

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October 04, 2014, 11:59:38 AM
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Just shy of 50TH now, running smooth!

Edit: 56TH. . on the up and up

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October 04, 2014, 12:19:04 PM
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Just shy of 50TH now, running smooth!

Edit: 56TH. . on the up and up
Yep rising over the last hour since the restart.

I also made a change to display only the 5min pool average in the top left coz while the pool is small, that number being more dynamic seems appropriate.

Before it would display the 5min pool average for the first hour after a pool restart, them drop to the 1hr pool average after that.
That seemed to cause a little confusion, so I've made it always show the 5min pool average.

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October 04, 2014, 11:48:53 PM
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Might point some hashrate at this to test Smiley
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October 05, 2014, 12:03:35 AM
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Might point some hashrate at this to test Smiley

Once it gets up to 1 PH/s or so a second then blocks will start occurring on a more regular basis.  That will probably cause more people to come and push it up even higher.  (Myself included.)

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October 05, 2014, 11:24:27 AM
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New high point at the moment > 140TH Smiley

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