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December 16, 2016, 03:19:39 AM
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years ago I stopped mining at bitminter as they did back to back 99 cdf's  and 7 of 10 90% cdf's.


lucky for me my btc has dropped to about ½ my mining so I can still stay alive here with my zec earnings (i know do not mention alt coins)


I HAVE 40TH  here doing meh , but I will stay longer then Jan 1...  I will be 60 years old on Jan 27th  so I am going to stay  here until then.

funny, i joined around that time this year and also want to see 1 year stats, then possibly depart if this luck continues.
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December 16, 2016, 04:14:48 AM
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I got my new 50 S9s with better power supplies
and will be hooking them up tomorrow
I can not currently deal with luck at all due to power bills and cost if investment.
I am also purchasing another 150 machines.
I wish this pool would be hashing at at least 5% of total power. This way luck becomes next to irrelevant.
But this pool is the best out of everything I tried so far.


I've just invested 10k my self and haven't even set up these s9'S!  I was hoping for at least 50 blocks monthly but this doesn't look promising at all!  What other pool would you consider if this one keeps at the same rate?
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December 16, 2016, 04:21:53 AM
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I'm going to sleep now and I predict that when I wake up tomorrow morning this block will be cracked!
When the going gets tough, the tough (miners) stay right here!
Mine on!
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December 16, 2016, 04:26:42 AM
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Interesting. I mine here because it's transparent, openly managed, and for all appearances over an extended period of time, honest. I don't give a rusty duck about a fancy GUI; I want to see hard numbers and open structure, and that's out front here and not buried. I'm reasonably confident that bad luck is simply that.

I've been doing this for several years. I came here last year. I'm not going anywhere.

Mine on.
I agree, a fancy GUI isn't important to me either, Although a bit more condensed homepage would be nice.
I'm just passing on what some of my friends have said, which means others feel it to.

Everyone who has done website design etc. Knows that info on a site isn't what pulls everyone in, look layout and feel are a big part, Even if it's irrelevant to the purpose.

Bitminter's got a good website layout and they've lost most of their hash power over the last 2 months.

Bitminer had a 49 day round, 2.061T, we are up to 2.092T and its only been a few days. I think this block on going to be a record and we should be due for a nice rebound.

I'm not going anywhere. I've seen this pool pull 10 block per day too often. Even with this difficulty. Does who leave will miss out   
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December 16, 2016, 05:00:33 AM
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Mods: If this should be moved to the HW thread I apologize but I wanted to see responses from a small sample of my mining brothers and sisters here.

I do not normally recommend updating firmware and am not recommending anyone do so at this time. There could be all sorts of problems such as bricking the miner.

My experience with my recent avalon 6 update has been positive.

I took some screenshots of the miner GUI and poolside user shift performance for that miner. Not a great enough time has passed to say this is / was a good move.
Initially it appears I have made good gains in hashrate.
I only applied the MM update for troubleshooting.

My incoming voltage is over 12. Using the awesome adjustable 4k setup with the s9.
The hmi used to show 12, - 12.2 but that changed after an RPI update and I have not applied the most recent RPI update.
The hmi now shows between 11.8 and 12.1

I will post numbers when I confirm a consistent increase over additional time.

http://i.imgur.com/0bCGmqM.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/JZB0i3J.jpg


For all Avalon A6 owner's out there, I have updated my power supplies with this 2400watt Kits from Parallel, I've seen an hashing rate increase of 200mhs +- 30mhz per unit. The kit can power two A6 and two A7. http://www.parallelminer.com/product/delta-2400watt-platinum-94-efficiency-power-supply-208v240v/
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December 16, 2016, 05:12:55 AM
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Mods: If this should be moved to the HW thread I apologize but I wanted to see responses from a small sample of my mining brothers and sisters here.

I do not normally recommend updating firmware and am not recommending anyone do so at this time. There could be all sorts of problems such as bricking the miner.

My experience with my recent avalon 6 update has been positive.

I took some screenshots of the miner GUI and poolside user shift performance for that miner. Not a great enough time has passed to say this is / was a good move.
Initially it appears I have made good gains in hashrate.
I only applied the MM update for troubleshooting.

My incoming voltage is over 12. Using the awesome adjustable 4k setup with the s9.
The hmi used to show 12, - 12.2 but that changed after an RPI update and I have not applied the most recent RPI update.
The hmi now shows between 11.8 and 12.1

I will post numbers when I confirm a consistent increase over additional time.






For all Avalon A6 owner's out there, I have updated my power supplies with this 2400watt Kits from Parallel, I've seen an hashing rate increase of 200mhs +- 30mhz per unit. The kit can power two A6 and two A7. http://www.parallelminer.com/product/delta-2400watt-platinum-94-efficiency-power-supply-208v240v/

12.5 volts is high volts it is over volts for the a6. I know I killed an Avalon 6 board with higher volts.

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December 16, 2016, 05:24:25 AM
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For all Avalon A6 owner's out there, I have updated my power supplies with this 2400watt Kits from Parallel, I've seen an hashing rate increase of 200mhs +- 30mhz per unit. The kit can power two A6 and two A7. http://www.parallelminer.com/product/delta-2400watt-platinum-94-efficiency-power-supply-208v240v/
200Mhs is nothing. Or do you mean Ghs or do you mean MHz. You mixed units there as well...

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December 16, 2016, 05:28:24 AM
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Mods: If this should be moved to the HW thread I apologize but I wanted to see responses from a small sample of my mining brothers and sisters here.

I do not normally recommend updating firmware and am not recommending anyone do so at this time. There could be all sorts of problems such as bricking the miner.

My experience with my recent avalon 6 update has been positive.

I took some screenshots of the miner GUI and poolside user shift performance for that miner. Not a great enough time has passed to say this is / was a good move.
Initially it appears I have made good gains in hashrate.
I only applied the MM update for troubleshooting.

My incoming voltage is over 12. Using the awesome adjustable 4k setup with the s9.
The hmi used to show 12, - 12.2 but that changed after an RPI update and I have not applied the most recent RPI update.
The hmi now shows between 11.8 and 12.1

I will post numbers when I confirm a consistent increase over additional time.

http://i.imgur.com/0bCGmqM.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/JZB0i3J.jpg


For all Avalon A6 owner's out there, I have updated my power supplies with this 2400watt Kits from Parallel, I've seen an hashing rate increase of 200mhs +- 30mhz per unit. The kit can power two A6 and two A7. http://www.parallelminer.com/product/delta-2400watt-platinum-94-efficiency-power-supply-208v240v/

12.5 volts is high volts it is over volts for the a6. I know I killed an Avalon 6 board with higher volts.
My Avalon are showing 12v solid in CGMINER GUI. Using a voltmeter the breakout board show 12.5v. However, once the Avalon are powered the voltage drop to 12.10 ~ 12.20 . Been running for 72hrs perfectly.
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December 16, 2016, 05:43:49 AM
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That's what I thought.  Look at input specs on the Avalon 6.  They are not 12.5

Back on point:

Shares:     2,302,392,081,442 (742.34%)

those numbers are our record worst correct.


I think 1400%  is the worst I saw  for anyone ever.

That would be wicked bad.



What is cdf  on this   99.9 ?

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December 16, 2016, 11:03:24 AM
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Well crap - finally a block Tongue 745%
Yay for n200ug who save us from eternal damnation Smiley

FYI: I'll add an extra 1BTC to the payout coz that one hurt so bad

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December 16, 2016, 11:04:39 AM
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Bravo!!!!!!

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December 16, 2016, 11:06:08 AM
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Well crap - finally a block Tongue 745%
Yay for n200ug who save us from eternal damnation Smiley

FYI: I'll add an extra 1BTC to the payout coz that one hurt so bad

Now THAT'S what I'm talkin about Smiley

Nice one kano

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December 16, 2016, 11:06:27 AM
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good so block Friday has started!

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December 16, 2016, 11:06:40 AM
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Bingo!!! I just woke up and, as I predicted last night....block 2 minutes ago! Wahoo! Grin
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December 16, 2016, 11:07:53 AM
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Oh finally!

I don't believe in superstition because it's bad luck
In Hotels, I prefer the 13thF1oor6CAwyzyxXPNnRvu3nhhYeqZdc
These aren't the Droids you're looking for: S5 & S7 (Sold), R4B2, R4B4 (RIP),S9-13.5 & S9r-11.5
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December 16, 2016, 11:08:03 AM
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Well crap - finally a block Tongue 745%
Yay for n200ug who save us from eternal damnation Smiley

FYI: I'll add an extra 1BTC to the payout coz that one hurt so bad
Cool! Thank you, Kano!
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December 16, 2016, 11:20:31 AM
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Well it's something I added to CKDB long ago to be able to change the miner reward (to put it up twice before)
Here's the message just now:
Code:
[2016-12-16 22:13:02.186+11] process_pplns(): *** block 443699 payout reward overridden, was 1278060860 now 1389667900 = 111607040 (8.7325%) more

There was also something I was waiting on this block for that really had me wondering if it was some sort of vengeance by the block Gods Smiley
I created another node to test a less modified version of 0.13.1 so I can use it on all the nodes except the main pool - to send/receive blocks to/from the fibre block relay network faster. That pretty much requires 0.13.1 to optimise it's use.
And yep, yay, that block was properly submitted and accepted on the test node so that's all good now too, I'll update all the nodes - except the main pool - in the next day to 0.13.1 without segwit Smiley

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December 16, 2016, 11:48:19 AM
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Will segwit always be like a separate "library" add-on to the main code? So its easily excluded, or rather not-included, when compiling?

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December 16, 2016, 12:03:28 PM
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Will segwit always be like a separate "library" add-on to the main code? So its easily excluded, or rather not-included, when compiling?
No, core has made it part of the code, you have to hack the code to completely get rid of it, but only in a minor way.
.. and there's also the issue that the template expects the segwit coinbase hack also, but that doesn't affect the nodes.

There's other things -ck does to speed things up, but as I mentioned with 0.13.0 that's slowed down (due to a change in the way templates are made) but I've ended up putting a limit back in (somewhat like before) for the first work on a block change so as to get similar results as before but with a size limit - will be either 88K or 188K depending on how slow the template time is.
That's the next step - for the main pool - that I'll be working on.

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December 16, 2016, 12:47:25 PM
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So did the payout for the previous block not go out on this long one?  I didn't get paid for 443121.
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