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January 15, 2017, 06:36:51 PM
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Guys, where can I get a Kano app for my ipad?  I've checked in the App Store and it is in the search but when I click it nothing shows up!  Huh


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There's Apps to get pool info and monitor your miners.

Apple App:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1344360.0

Android App, read in the thread here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg11091187#msg11091187

For miner monitoring:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1331875.0

Send any donation/whatever to them for using them - since they wrote them.

Try Kano CKPool - Tip Addy: 1EAbq69WSa1mNKkoWraEyUfqZkcjDcCzYm
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January 15, 2017, 07:34:01 PM
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Has anyone ordered the new Bitfruy miner yet?
Would like to see how they preform.
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January 15, 2017, 08:44:18 PM
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NomadGroup..

It is complicated repairs the hash board of bitmain .. I just received 15 machines r4 .. and a hash board was damaged .. So it is contacting them .. for the warranty. The new s9 they do not only want the hash board, but the complete unit ..

Please contact bitmain, so they can guarantee you for your bad cards ... they take about 30 days to return your repaired cards ..

I can help you .. in the irc .. I spend with the boys ... Let me know

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The repair is not so much money .. and includes the return shipping
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January 15, 2017, 11:01:49 PM
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After I got the new system drive working, and all the apps installed, I was bitching because the screen resolution was not quite as good (long story...of the Ubuntu video driver kind... Cry)


are you on 14.04 or 16.04? do you have a video card in the system or running on integrated graphics?
strange anyway, I see sometimes something like this, but only when the word UBUNTU is flashing, then the system takes over and by the time I have to enter the password, resolution is OK.

16.04LTS. nVidia stuff...especially older cards...seem to be somewhat notorious for lacking decent drivers in Linux. Mine's not a super-GPU or anything (I have one of those, a Radeon, I used to mine with, but can't afford 400W on a video card  Cool ); this is a GeForce 230; and with a bit of data diving I found a driver...from nVidia of all places...that works well. I have onboard video available on the mobo, but don't use it. I'm not seeing any whacked out behavior at all, thankfully. Having my system HDD go south whilst I was still getting its replacement ready (got a new one started when the I/O errors began) was a bit stressful, but all went well. I'm now running 1920x1080 resolution with no issues.

Mine on...  Cool

EDIT: And...I'm overcoming my Scot heritage and forking out the bucks for a mirrored backup drive...  Kiss

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January 15, 2017, 11:37:36 PM
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After I got the new system drive working, and all the apps installed, I was bitching because the screen resolution was not quite as good (long story...of the Ubuntu video driver kind... Cry)


are you on 14.04 or 16.04? do you have a video card in the system or running on integrated graphics?
strange anyway, I see sometimes something like this, but only when the word UBUNTU is flashing, then the system takes over and by the time I have to enter the password, resolution is OK.

16.04LTS. nVidia stuff...especially older cards...

i recently got 1060 6gb (one fan) for just above $200. A tiny little thing using 120W (anything else did not fit in my PC enclosure) producing beautiful display in 16.04. It can even mine something if you are so inclined or for fun at around $30-35/mo.
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January 16, 2017, 01:24:05 AM
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I have one of those, a Radeon, I used to mine with, but can't afford 400W on a video card

The system only consumes 400 Watts when mining.  Just using it as a regular video card the power usage is a fraction of that.  Even when gaming it shouldn't ever hit the 400 Watt mark.

I mined with two GPU's, Radeon 5770 and 5830, and they never went over 385 Watts.

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January 16, 2017, 01:36:50 AM
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Guys, where can I get a Kano app for my ipad?  I've checked in the App Store and it is in the search but when I click it nothing shows up!  Huh


From page 1 of this thread...

There's Apps to get pool info and monitor your miners.

Apple App:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1344360.0

Android App, read in the thread here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg11091187#msg11091187

For miner monitoring:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1331875.0

Send any donation/whatever to them for using them - since they wrote them.

Thank you for your help! 
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January 16, 2017, 01:39:43 AM
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Will someone turn loose of those blocks please Smiley

Hoping to see us get back to an average of two blocks per day. That makes it affordable for me to point all of my hash here.

Just ordered an R4, which will probably replace an S7. I may send the S7 somewhere to be hosted with less expensive power. Maybe up north to CryptoBoreas in Canada. Others here seem happy with their service. Any suggestions on what the declared value of an S7 would be for the VAT?
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January 16, 2017, 01:42:12 AM
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Well at the current hash rate hovering around 22-25PHs it's about 1.5 blocks a day.

So if we were getting 2 a day you'd be doing better than any pool that has ever paid anyone ever Smiley

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January 16, 2017, 01:42:55 AM
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NomadGroup..

It is complicated repairs the hash board of bitmain .. I just received 15 machines r4 .. and a hash board was damaged .. So it is contacting them .. for the warranty. The new s9 they do not only want the hash board, but the complete unit ..

Please contact bitmain, so they can guarantee you for your bad cards ... they take about 30 days to return your repaired cards ..

I can help you .. in the irc .. I spend with the boys ... Let me know

regards

The repair is not so much money .. and includes the return shipping

Thank you danbel!  I've already sent one unit back, since it was under warranty.  My second unit was starting to have no hashing issues but now it seems like it's running, although it won't load the stats page but is running as I see in Kano workers.  I'm sorry what does "irc" mean?  I didn't really get that. Thanks again!
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January 16, 2017, 01:53:31 AM
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Anyone considering mining on Eligius, even as a backup - be aware that they have been lying about the pool hash rate for almost a year - ignoring requests in the pool thread to update it for that long also, and they currently hide the pool hash rate completely under the excuse of ... it'll appear some time soon ... though considering their latest update 'soon' took about a year ... you can guess when that might be Smiley

Certainly do not use that as a backup pool.

... anyway they mine empty blocks on a block change coz the pool code sux slow - so no one should mine there anyway.

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January 16, 2017, 02:09:02 AM
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I have one of those, a Radeon, I used to mine with, but can't afford 400W on a video card

The system only consumes 400 Watts when mining.  Just using it as a regular video card the power usage is a fraction of that.  Even when gaming it shouldn't ever hit the 400 Watt mark.

I mined with two GPU's, Radeon 5770 and 5830, and they never went over 385 Watts.
Well...it has to do with the "...infinity and beyond on <30A" thingy...has nothing to do with the computer (1000W PSU, but only a fraction being used). When you say "the system" I assume you mean the computer...and the total amperage is the total amperage. My workstation runs a Phenom 8-core, 32MB of RAM, six HDDs (three of which are legacy), various USB devices, etc. etc. which is why the 1000W PSU. I don't game. I do engage in a lot of forensics, but that's another discussion. Anyway...when the mfr sez 400W, I tend to figure my circuit loads on their specs...not on my "figure it should be." I also trust the Kill-o-Watt meter.  Cool

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January 16, 2017, 02:14:26 AM
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Well at the current hash rate hovering around 22-25PHs it's about 1.5 blocks a day.

So if we were getting 2 a day you'd be doing better than any pool that has ever paid anyone ever Smiley

2 blocks a day definitely does sound amazing !:).  I wish we could keep up with just the 1.5 daily and that would be awesome! Smiley. If we keep at that rate I would definitely be  considering adding another 500TH in about 4-5 months! Smiley
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January 16, 2017, 02:30:22 AM
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Well I am not too picky. 1 1/2 blocks at our current hash rate, or 2 blocks per day with a proportionately higher hash rate. Either would work for me Smiley
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January 16, 2017, 02:50:58 AM
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Me, too. It's all good.  Grin

To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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January 16, 2017, 03:45:31 AM
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Of course, if the moon and the stars were to align so that CKPool were to pay out better than any other pool in the history of Bitcoin, well let's just say there would be no complaints from me... or any other miner here either I imagine   Grin

One can always dream   Cool
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January 16, 2017, 08:13:28 AM
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Latest update of the miner all time stats (since May 2016)
Code:
CDF[Erl] | Miner |    DiffAcc
 0.997872 | S9v1  | 27,650.93G | 112.59655135 BDR |  84 Blocks
 0.798780 | A7v2  |    513.85G |   1.60335652 BDR |   1 Block
 0.531652 | A7v1  |  2,851.43G |   9.91705950 BDR |  10 Blocks
 0.167142 | S9v2  |  5,683.25G |  19.28094844 BDR |  24 Blocks
All OK as usual ... except S9v1 Tongue
Not a single block from any of the new R4's?
Wonder how many R4's are in live the pool?
Mine has been hashing away for almost a month now. Hope it finds a block for us soon.
Thanks for the update.
That's a good point!  No R4's have found a block yet on the pool..
They probably fall under S9v2 - bitmain don't say "S9" they just say the version of their fork.
So they are probably S9v2 - if someone wants to tell me a worker that is only R4 I can check to see what they call themselves.
My only miner is an R4 B2.
Worker Name: wblaster.antMiner_R4_mab
OK, that shows the same firmware as S9v2 - so I'll mark that from now on as S9v2+R4v2

Yeah...
Yesterday I was just helping a friend to repair his broken S9 (I do not know which revision the crap was) and  i was looking at tcpdump in my router to see what S9 is doing....And Guess what....S9 is Sending !!!!unatended!!!! ICP destination host unreachable with a pay load something like json data to X IP. Then X IP responds back WITH UDP and payload something like json   data. Sounds familiar   Wink
There are a lots of ICMP and UDP packets coming in/out  S9 miner to UNKNOWN IP's containing guess what Grin

The funny part is that S9 controller is custom made with special HW and there is no way someone to put customised FW inside it except BITMAIN. So i guess this incredible feature is BY design. The other funny part is that you have to wait this shit for 10 mins or so while ASICS are warming up Grin Pathetic. Meanwhile the mentioned UDP/ICMP are going in and out like creasy. Probably to help to warming up process Grin More Over after warming up process finishes UDP/ICMP DO CONTINUE TO COME IN AND OUT
So ... If in doubt  EVERYONE CAN CHECK THIS BY HIMSELF
I am just wandering how that fact remained in secret having in mind how many folks have them in their hands Huh It is just one minute to fire a tcpdump and see what is going on.
A clean and healthy miner behaviour is:

1 UDP DNS requests to resolve  pool ip and NTP IP
2. Sync TIME - UDP  to NTP servers
3. Start to MINE TCP ONLY!
4. Repeat one and two
5. MINE TCP ONLY


 

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January 16, 2017, 08:45:45 AM
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what happend to the miner if you try to block the comunication and just allow tcp?
Is it then working, and speed up on boot?

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January 16, 2017, 08:51:09 AM
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what happend to the miner if you try to block the comunication and just allow tcp?
Is it then working, and speed up on boot?

I do not know and i do not care dude...All this crap shall be trashed immediately for scrap. That was what i told to my friend. But you know the story he payed for it once and he will continue to pay to BITMAIN on a daly basis End of story!

Decision is yours.

If you wish you can play with that if you have one

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January 16, 2017, 12:06:22 PM
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Block !

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