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January 18, 2017, 07:57:56 PM
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Blocktastic! Glad we're all smart enough not to listen to "a guy"...  Cheesy
Best reply ever  Cheesy

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January 18, 2017, 09:22:38 PM
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This speaks for itself.  I am hoping for it to get greener for the year.

I have a new R4  coming  how well are they doing here?  Better then the old firmware s9's I moved away?




Latest update of the miner all time stats (since May 2016)
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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

Will be hard to tell how the new R4's are doing because they show up the same as an S9v2.

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January 18, 2017, 09:30:54 PM
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This speaks for itself.  I am hoping for it to get greener for the year.

I have a new R4  coming  how well are they doing here?  Better then the old firmware s9's I moved away?




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

Will be hard to tell how the new R4's are doing because they show up the same as an S9v2.

Well if auto tune r4  firmware is the same as s9 auto tune firmware  the assumption would be they make blocks at a decent pace.

So my 30th in older manual tune s9's  remains with f2pool
I will expand on kano with the auto-tune R4 which should not hurt luck.

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January 18, 2017, 10:32:26 PM
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Apologies in advance...

I'm a brand new R4 (home) miner. Just started hashing today and I am totally a NEWBIE!

I would like to use your pool - CKPool - but I cannot get my antminer configured properly. I am currently mining (i guess) directly to antminer .  When I attempt to configure antminer to CKpool the miner status goes to zero, instead of the approx 8800 GH/s prior to my attempts.

Again, I am a very very newbie and as soon as i figure this out, I will get a second R4.

Do you guys have a CKpool config for dummies/screenshots for blockheads like me?

Again, I apologize for all of this. (i have searched and read allot of this thread, but without success)



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January 18, 2017, 10:37:42 PM
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Go to Kano.is.  The first page will teach you all you need to know to connect here.  Good choice on pool, BTW!!

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January 18, 2017, 10:42:11 PM
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I started there and still when I change the config data to that, the result is no hashing... I am trying to get a screenshot to post here..still working on how to do that.
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January 18, 2017, 10:42:47 PM
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Apologies in advance...

I'm a brand new R4 (home) miner. Just started hashing today and I am totally a NEWBIE!

I would like to use your pool - CKPool - but I cannot get my antminer configured properly. I am currently mining (i guess) directly to antminer .  When I attempt to configure antminer to CKpool the miner status goes to zero, instead of the approx 8800 GH/s prior to my attempts.

Again, I am a very very newbie and as soon as i figure this out, I will get a second R4.

Do you guys have a CKpool config for dummies/screenshots for blockheads like me?

Again, I apologize for all of this. (i have searched and read allot of this thread, but without success)
On the miner setup page, use something like this:
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+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Pool1:             | stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:3333  |
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Worker:            | bit2255.worker                      |
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
+ Password:          | x                                   +
+--------------------+-------------------------------------+
Of course if your pool username is different then replace bit2255 with your pool username Smiley

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January 18, 2017, 11:27:46 PM
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up and running!!!

Feels good to be a (productive) member of your pool!
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January 18, 2017, 11:32:42 PM
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up and running!!!

Feels good to be a (productive) member of your pool!
We got lots of them - but always good to have more - welcome aboard Cheesy

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January 19, 2017, 12:14:31 AM
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Welcome bit2255!

Glad you are here Smiley
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January 19, 2017, 01:16:36 AM
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Ditto on the welcome, bit2255...a good place to be here,

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January 19, 2017, 05:01:07 AM
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LOL I hope no one here listened to "a guy"

Quote from: slush pool
59.37 %
Last 10 Blocks
82.06 %
Last 50 Blocks
97.79 %
Last 250 Blocks

Kano, I still can't put into PG words what I think of you personally, but you run a good pool. Cheers!

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January 19, 2017, 05:17:20 AM
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LOL I hope no one here listened to "a guy"

Quote from: slush pool
59.37 %
Last 10 Blocks
82.06 %
Last 50 Blocks
97.79 %
Last 250 Blocks

Kano, I still can't put into PG words what I think of you personally, but you run a good pool. Cheers!

Well it is actually just that run of 19 blocks + 1 orphan that killed the stats.
(and the fact that the orphan was so out of the pools control it was ridiculous - caused by 3 separate external events at the same time)

The 20 starting from last block in November 630.819% and finishing with an orphan + 178.228%, and finally that worst record 744.977%

If we just pretend those 20 blocks never happened it all looks great Cheesy

Those 20 are now just outside the last 50 blocks, so all the stats for 50 blocks or less look ok again and the very long term stats are good enough to cover that run of bad luck.

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January 19, 2017, 08:39:17 AM
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I just thought I'd also pop in and say 'Hi' as I've just pointed some miners towards the pool.

I'll be progressively adding additional hash over the coming week.
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January 19, 2017, 09:06:32 AM
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I just thought I'd also pop in and say 'Hi' as I've just pointed some miners towards the pool.

I'll be progressively adding additional hash over the coming week.
The more the merrier Cheesy

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January 19, 2017, 05:34:23 PM
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Well it is actually just that run of 19 blocks + 1 orphan that killed the stats.
(and the fact that the orphan was so out of the pools control it was ridiculous - caused by 3 separate external events at the same time)

The 20 starting from last block in November 630.819% and finishing with an orphan + 178.228%, and finally that worst record 744.977%

If we just pretend those 20 blocks never happened it all looks great Cheesy

Those 20 are now just outside the last 50 blocks, so all the stats for 50 blocks or less look ok again and the very long term stats are good enough to cover that run of bad luck.

I am curios to learn whether the following had any relation to late November-December bad luck?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=766190.msg16605935#msg16605935
and the discussion between Matt and kano that follows

this change seems to correlate precisely in time with pool's performance in that period.
is this just a coincidence?
I am cool with current performance, but would you care to comment, please?
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January 19, 2017, 05:59:52 PM
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No, it got no relationship.
The relaynetwork (that is still active) tells a Pool that a new block was mined and transfer
it to the pools bitcoind for quicker block propagation.
The new fibre network does the same, just even more quicker.
Kano and con uses their own code, so it is even more quicker...

Pool luck is pool luck, and that is all.

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January 19, 2017, 09:23:02 PM
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Block finding is unaffected by anything but withholding.

If there are problems, they will show up as blocks failing to get into the bitcoin block chain.
Even if a miner finds a block late, I still show it on the web page.

Relay and bitcoind problems show up as orphans, stales and rejected blocks, but the blocks themselves will not 'disappear', they will still be there (crossed out) on the web site, but with a related description saying why it's not rewarded, if it didn't get into the bitcoin block chain.

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January 20, 2017, 07:11:57 PM
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Come on guys and gals...time for Block Friday already! Grin

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January 20, 2017, 07:18:38 PM
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Yes, please at least one so I can go out and celebrate!   Grin
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