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January 04, 2017, 05:29:05 PM
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...I'm 68, and I wrote my first code in 1960 using FORTRAN (that's FORTRAN I...where you had to construct you own DO loops), and with paper tape...
I've got to hear this story of how an 11-12 year old was punching FORTRAN in 1960....

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January 04, 2017, 06:19:06 PM
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Wrong year...'62...that's what happens when you get old. I was 14. I do, however, remember what I had for breakfast...

My father worked for Southern Pacific in the 60s as a telegrapher/dispatcher. When SP initiated the TOPS (Total Operations Processing System) project, there were no computer classess at the universities...most didn't even have a mainframe. We lived in the PHX area at that time, and ASU had an early IBM system; SP engaged ASU and IBM to specially train a group of 15 employees from the ground up so they could be the field operatives to install/configure/train and maintain it. At that time, TOPS was the only nationwide IT network other than the government. The WWW did not exist.

My dad's supervisors knew me; I used to hang with him on Saturdays and late afternoons when he was working, and the telegraphers would sometimes have me sit at the key and work train orders (with supervision, of course). If the other clerks could get away with it, they'd have me type waybills (35 wpm...and this was before electrics). They asked him, since they had one slot open in the class that they had no one to fill, if I would like to participate. After getting my principal to give me two weeks off from school leading into summer break (not hard...I was A+) for "independent study," that was what happened.

It changed my life, and I'll be forever grateful to that stuffy old railroad executive who gave me the chance...and to the 13 other guys who treated me with respect, like an adult...and tried to get me to do their coding.  Cry

We started out with paper tape, and then the 020 series card punches/readers came out. I will never forget the first time I saw someone "dump" a box of 1,000 sequenced punch cards on the deck.  Roll Eyes

That's what we call in Hawai'i "long story short."  Kiss

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January 04, 2017, 06:28:13 PM
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Holy bat-poop, spot price is at $1130...there was a pretty big surge today.

I really enjoyed doing FORTRAN for my engineering classes back in the late '70s.  We used punch cards and there was a big competition to see who could get zero errors on the first try.  Those were fun days!

Now where did I put that block?!  It's time for a good 'ole Block Party! Grin

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January 04, 2017, 06:37:27 PM
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What kind of old farts convention we having here??  I recall programing FORTRAN on bubble cards, punch tape, etc...  First time we got to use a CRT was HOT SHIT!! 
Back OT - the dogsled has arrived in Labrador but I see only 1/2 the hash to the pool coming from the droid I dropped off there, R4B4 only running 4.xTHs.  Probably needs a cold restart, but at least more hash for breakfast (in my timezone...)!
Mine on!

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January 04, 2017, 07:27:14 PM
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CB's maintenance scripts should take care of that, I would think...but not knowing anything about that hardware, no clue about how long it takes to ramp up. RU looking at hash rate direct, or reading it from the pool site?

EDIT: ...and if you had an amber CRT (v. green), you were really hot shit...80-col card image comms, readers/line printers the size of Volkswagens...man, those were the days.

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January 04, 2017, 07:40:34 PM
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What kind of old farts convention we having here??  I recall programing FORTRAN on bubble cards, punch tape, etc...  First time we got to use a CRT was HOT SHIT!! 
Back OT - the dogsled has arrived in Labrador but I see only 1/2 the hash to the pool coming from the droid I dropped off there, R4B4 only running 4.xTHs.  Probably needs a cold restart, but at least more hash for breakfast (in my timezone...)!
Mine on!

A lot of people having this problem with R4, would be nice if Bitmain chimed in with a fix
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January 04, 2017, 07:42:06 PM
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Pool side and it should certainly be up to full speed by now.  It's obviously doing the 'one board down' thing which seems to be not too uncommon if you check the R4 thread.  Did it to me once while I was setting it up to mine here via nya, cold restart got it back - seems warm reboots can cause it for some reason.
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January 04, 2017, 08:14:47 PM
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Pool side and it should certainly be up to full speed by now.  It's obviously doing the 'one board down' thing which seems to be not too uncommon if you check the R4 thread.  Did it to me once while I was setting it up to mine here via nya, cold restart got it back - seems warm reboots can cause it for some reason.
Harrumph!

Back OT. Posted a reply to this over here...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1597639.580

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January 04, 2017, 10:50:54 PM
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Hey guys, i wanted to transfer my remaining bitcoins to bitstamp but because i was mining i have a lots of tiny amounts received and when i try to send them i must give big amount of btc for transfer. Is there anyway that i can lower that amount? I know that this question is off topic but im long time with this pool and i need some help from you friends Smiley .Thanks
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January 04, 2017, 11:12:38 PM
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Block by kaliorang with 140TH/s!  This is his 2nd Kano block and our 2nd of the day!  Cheesy Cheesy

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January 04, 2017, 11:43:40 PM
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Hey guys, i wanted to transfer my remaining bitcoins to bitstamp but because i was mining i have a lots of tiny amounts received and when i try to send them i must give big amount of btc for transfer. Is there anyway that i can lower that amount? I know that this question is off topic but im long time with this pool and i need some help from you friends Smiley .Thanks

Create a new wallet address and transfer your coins into that one. You can do that every so often and it consolidates the transactions when you do that, normally you would do this when you are not in a hurry as then you can put a low fee on it and the hours it takes don't matter.

But sounds like you need to sell pronto. In which case you have to pay the higher fees. If you can wait til tomorrow to sell you could probably consolidate without the high fees as explained above

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January 05, 2017, 12:27:09 AM
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On the hashrate when logged in, what is the first and second number mean?
18.85/16.64THs

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January 05, 2017, 12:30:40 AM
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On the hashrate when logged in, what is the first and second number mean?
18.85/16.64THs

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The number on the left is your 5min average.
The number on the right is your 1hour average.

From https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg10483721#msg10483721

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January 05, 2017, 05:02:47 AM
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I know this is off topic, but Kano always talks up Avalon.  Just got another A721 man these things are awesome...just steady hashing machines!  Blows Bitmains quality out of the water, so far.
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January 05, 2017, 05:04:05 AM
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I know this is off topic, but Kano always talks up Avalon.  Just got another A721 man these things are awesome...just steady hashing machines!  Blows Bitmains quality out of the water, so far.

I have two. I prefer them over the s9

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January 05, 2017, 05:44:23 AM
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I have two. I prefer them over the s9
$ for $, even if you buy an S9, unbox it, and take a hammer to 1 board before you ever turn it on (still leaving you with 8+TH), it's still cheaper (in electric usage and total hashrate cost per TH) than 6TH burning 1k Watts for ~ the same purchase price. Undecided

Edit: It must be nice to not have to worry about ROI  Tongue

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January 05, 2017, 06:39:22 AM
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I have two. I prefer them over the s9
$ for $, even if you buy an S9, unbox it, and take a hammer to 1 board before you ever turn it on (still leaving you with 8+TH), it's still cheaper (in electric usage and total hashrate cost per TH) than 6TH burning 1k Watts for ~ the same purchase price. Undecided

Edit: It must be nice to not have to worry about ROI  Tongue
Meanwhile the latest S9v1 statistics on the pool since the S9 existed:

They've found 82 Blocks, but expected to have found (BDR) 110.666 ...

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January 05, 2017, 06:51:27 AM
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I know this is off topic, but Kano always talks up Avalon.  Just got another A721 man these things are awesome...just steady hashing machines!  Blows Bitmains quality out of the water, so far.

I have two. I prefer them over the s9

And the best is that they are much more durable than the S9.

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January 05, 2017, 06:52:18 AM
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r4 just about the price of a s9 11.85? Seems like they could do better than that. Noise seems cool but still generates heat you have to deal with.

Guy's, setting up Antminer R4, Batch 3(8TH/s). Having issue connecting via API. The web interface as zero setting for API. Anyone have some insight ?    
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January 05, 2017, 07:21:16 AM
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Meanwhile the latest S9v1 statistics on the pool since the S9 existed:

They've found 82 Blocks, but expected to have found (BDR) 110.666 ...
28.666 ... of all 37 "short"?
We're back on the whole "the S9s are the entire reason for our bad luck" thing again? Roll Eyes


Edit: for the record, a 12.9TH S9 @ 1509 watts (1372+10%) hitting only 74% expected is still cheaper to run than 6TH @ 1000 watts hitting 100% expected - by about 8 watts per effective TH... let alone the fact that
9.5 > 6

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