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November 13, 2014, 07:37:38 AM
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Just added a public Pool->Blocks menu so non-members can see the awesomeness of our past luck on the web site without having to login Cheesy

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November 13, 2014, 09:12:01 AM
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Its really convenient to be able to check confirmations without logging in too.
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November 13, 2014, 02:12:22 PM
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Added CDF in case anyone wants it and understands it Smiley
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November 13, 2014, 05:42:49 PM
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Silly question, but inquiring minds want to know. How do we get a 594M diff solution if the network is requiring 38B?
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November 13, 2014, 08:42:54 PM
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Silly question, but inquiring minds want to know. How do we get a 594M diff solution if the network is requiring 38B?
Luck 😉

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November 13, 2014, 11:38:52 PM
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Silly question, but inquiring minds want to know. How do we get a 594M diff solution if the network is requiring 38B?
Luck 😉

Luck would be how many tries before solving the hash with a 38B diff.  If I understand this correctly, doesn't the 594M diff mean that there weren't as many leading zeroes to the hash as to what was supposedly required?

Or does it mean that I have a chance for a 2.5M best share being the correct answer?  At which point I question what is the 38B diff.
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November 13, 2014, 11:41:35 PM
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Luck would be how many tries before solving the hash with a 38B diff.  If I understand this correctly, doesn't the 594M diff mean that there weren't as many leading zeroes to the hash as to what was supposedly required?

Or does it mean that I have a chance for a 2.5M best share being the correct answer?  At which point I question what is the 38B diff.
The listing of 594M diff means 594 million diff1 share equivalents, it doesn't mean the share itself was only 594M or it wouldn't have solved the block as you correctly said.

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November 13, 2014, 11:44:37 PM
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Would it be better to run it in passthru proxy or standalone?  I've used it as standalone for some other pools before.  It worked pretty well.  Way easier than having 40 smaller miners opening their own connections.
Passthrough is really only designed for the server end as it is simply designed to collate connections into one. Clients (users) should be using the proxy mode themselves if they wish to consolidate their connections to the pool so as to set up only one pool for all of their devices.

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November 13, 2014, 11:50:17 PM
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And another block for good measure  Grin

I was developing on a rig at the time I spotted this:

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[2014-11-13 16:45:58] Pool 0 message: Block 329896 solved by ckpool!
 [2014-11-13 16:45:59] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block

Pool console output was still up showing this:
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[2014-11-14 10:46:01] Possible block solve diff 48144757906.104950 !
[2014-11-14 10:46:01] Submitting block data!
[2014-11-14 10:46:02] BLOCK ACCEPTED!
[2014-11-14 10:46:02] Solved and confirmed block 329896

https://blockchain.info/tx/50a545448349cf7b6982593185f1657d599a7f9d38e1887e311b4b19fd2a5f6c

EDIT: Confirmed

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November 14, 2014, 12:02:16 AM
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Luck would be how many tries before solving the hash with a 38B diff.  If I understand this correctly, doesn't the 594M diff mean that there weren't as many leading zeroes to the hash as to what was supposedly required?

Or does it mean that I have a chance for a 2.5M best share being the correct answer?  At which point I question what is the 38B diff.
The listing of 594M diff means 594 million diff1 share equivalents, it doesn't mean the share itself was only 594M or it wouldn't have solved the block as you correctly said.

Great. Thanks for the quick reply.  I understand now.  The 594M was just how many diff1 equivalent shares had been submitted when it was solved.
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November 14, 2014, 12:16:10 AM
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blocks blocks blocks and more to come. coins are still up around 415usd.  I think I will have a nice holiday season.


question.  to ck do you think you will set this pool to allow for the asicminer  prisma .  no biggie if you don't . 

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November 14, 2014, 12:27:00 AM
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question.  to ck do you think you will set this pool to allow for the asicminer  prisma .  no biggie if you don't . 

If they still have the same problem as the original, yep it wont work on the settings I'm running ckpool.
The original ignores some of the pool settings and thus if the pool doesn't match the tube settings, it wont work.
That's why ckolivas has extra tube solo pool instances, the extra hacked to match the tube.

ckdb doesn't yet support multiple ckpools talking to it.

Long term plan, but not any time soon.

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November 14, 2014, 12:37:54 AM
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question.  to ck do you think you will set this pool to allow for the asicminer  prisma .  no biggie if you don't . 

If they still have the same problem as the original, yep it wont work on the settings I'm running ckpool.
The original ignores some of the pool settings and thus if the pool doesn't match the tube settings, it wont work.
That's why ckolivas has extra tube solo pool instances, the extra hacked to match the tube.

ckdb doesn't yet support multiple ckpools talking to it.

Long term plan, but not any time soon.

Ugh! I guess all my hopes reside in Sidehack to figure a way to proxy them to you.   
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November 14, 2014, 12:53:24 AM
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FYI I am running 3 tubes no problem. Just pointed them to a windows server running bfgminer in proxy pointed here. Works great has been up 5 days 18 hours so far no problems.

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November 14, 2014, 05:21:51 AM
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yeah... another block found 329931
nice...
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November 14, 2014, 05:29:14 AM
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And new block confirmed:

https://blockchain.info/block-index/497180/00000000000000000ed46b33dda9ebee4d9a46dcd877349441a90f8ad70f03cf

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November 14, 2014, 05:31:31 AM
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yeah... another block found 329931
nice...
Lets hope a few more hit with the bright green colour on the blocks page, much better than those dark colours even though any colour is good in my book. Smiley
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November 14, 2014, 05:38:36 AM
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i hope this question hasn't already been asked and answered, but I was unable to find an answer when I skimmed through this thread. How do the payouts work in this pool? I see my "Payout est if block found at 100%: ~0.04854747 BTC" on my workers page, but I don't see any stats as far as what I have earned so far? Are payouts set at a certain bitcoin amount or are they daily or what?   I pointed my S4 and my S3 to this pool about 10 hours ago or so (basically i started mining just before the pool found its penultimate block, the ultimate one being the one it just solved about 20 minutes ago.)
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November 14, 2014, 05:44:09 AM
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i hope this question hasn't already been asked and answered, but I was unable to find an answer when I skimmed through this thread. How do the payouts work in this pool? I see my "Payout est if block found at 100%: ~0.04854747 BTC" on my workers page, but I don't see any stats as far as what I have earned so far? Are payouts set at a certain bitcoin amount or are they daily or what?   I pointed my S4 and my S3 to this pool about 10 hours ago or so (basically i started mining just before the pool found its penultimate block, the ultimate one being the one it just solved about 20 minutes ago.)

From what I've read, payout is done manually at the moment and after the block has completed 100 confirmations.  It still takes a little time after those 100 confirmations before you see it in your wallet.
thanks, i appreciate it. I pretty much gathered the same from doing a search for "kano.is payouts", but I just wanted to make sure that there hadn't been an update or anything that I missed. This pool fucking rocks! I can't believe this luck! Wish I had started mining here a week ago....
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November 14, 2014, 05:44:13 AM
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i hope this question hasn't already been asked and answered, but I was unable to find an answer when I skimmed through this thread. How do the payouts work in this pool? I see my "Payout est if block found at 100%: ~0.04854747 BTC" on my workers page, but I don't see any stats as far as what I have earned so far? Are payouts set at a certain bitcoin amount or are they daily or what?   I pointed my S4 and my S3 to this pool about 10 hours ago or so (basically i started mining just before the pool found its penultimate block, the ultimate one being the one it just solved about 20 minutes ago.)
Once the blocks found have 100 confirms, then Kano will do a manual payout for whatever shares you submitted for those blocks.
So far, he's been on the ball fairly quickly and payouts have been done without any problems. It would be good if they were auto payout, but the manual system seems to be working fine.
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