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February 19, 2018, 04:47:08 PM
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Time to start snap, crackle, and popping!   CRACK A LACK THIS BIZLOCK!


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!
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February 19, 2018, 05:46:10 PM
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They say a APW3++ is insufficient for a S9 on 110/120 volt.

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... it likes to be on chain 6 with a separate PSU.  Will not work with one psu even if fist hash board is still on chain 6.

Any ideas?

Yes, the infamous "They" are correct.


So why did it work until now, 2 months actually, and as well as 6 others one of which has been now 3 months.  What changed that caused just this one to act different?

i personally think that you were right on the brink ... with your power delivery.  There is a reason why they say that the PSU cannot run an S9 at 110/120v.  It needs minimum 1350W to run (meaning 12.27A at 110V, not even accounting for the loses on the PSU) ... and you might have been running right at the limit in your garage.  Even a slight drop in voltage or amperage in your home socket ... you would drop under that 1350W mark.  (i.e. your house socket was bleeding voltage/current to other devices etc).

Bitmain PSUs are not the most well made PSUs ... and known to do weird things when current is not in abundance.. its highly possible that it just wasnt able to deliver the power to your S9.
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February 19, 2018, 05:53:11 PM
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So why did it work until now..?
You say "work," whereas others would say "stress your hardware well beyond rated capacities."

Your S9/APW3++/110v trifecta will certainly lead to early hardware failure.

Edit/Addendum: That's one of the reasons to prefer the "original" APW3 power supplies - without the "++" and lower in profile.  They won't spin up an S7/S9 on 110v by design.
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February 19, 2018, 06:09:25 PM
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The plan is to put it all on 240 volt, to balance out the load across L1 and L2  I just haven't had time to finish it all.
I am tempted to move it back to where it came from to see if the one power supply works.  Interestignly enough, the plug I plugged it into has nothing else on it, and it is a plug right at the panel box, so it is significantly closer than the one in the garage.

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February 19, 2018, 06:43:29 PM
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The plan is to put it all on 240 volt, to balance out the load across L1 and L2  I just haven't had time to finish it all.
I am tempted to move it back to where it came from to see if the one power supply works.  Interestignly enough, the plug I plugged it into has nothing else on it, and it is a plug right at the panel box, so it is significantly closer than the one in the garage.



I'm with the other fellas. I was nervous to try and mine on 110v since I've personally experienced some tragedy at the hands of doing so. When I read that the bitmain PSU wouldn't run a single S9 on 110v I knew I had to find a way to make 220v work even though the only 220v connection I have at my place is the dryer. So I found a lovely PDU which runs off of my dryer connection allowing me to run all 4 S9's off the single PDU connection. This runs right around 24 amps on a 30 amp circuit and it's been running for over 40 days without any issues. I actually wired a 25 foot extension cord to run from my laundry room inside to the garage and removed the deadbolt on the garage door and wired the extension through the deadbolt hole so my garage door can remain fully shut, the miners are in the garage enjoying the cool winter air and my wife doesn't want to murder me from all the noise/heat/cold/whatever that exists in the garage. It's been a win win and I highly recommend finding a way to get on 220v. I will never consider mining on 110v again, but that is just my opinion.
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February 19, 2018, 06:52:25 PM
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The plan is to put it all on 240 volt, to balance out the load across L1 and L2  I just haven't had time to finish it all.
I am tempted to move it back to where it came from to see if the one power supply works.  Interestignly enough, the plug I plugged it into has nothing else on it, and it is a plug right at the panel box, so it is significantly closer than the one in the garage.



Chances are it’s not your power as much as it’s the apw3++ psu. People have had problems with them running on 220v let alone 110v. The efficiency has a +/- range and I think it’s mostly minus. I would use 2 Hp server psu’s if I needed to run on 110v.
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February 19, 2018, 06:58:08 PM
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Time to start snap, crackle, and popping!   CRACK A LACK THIS BIZLOCK!


MINE ON WITH KANO-SAN!


The chicken I ate at lunch should take care of it.
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February 19, 2018, 07:32:21 PM
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The plan is to put it all on 240 volt, to balance out the load across L1 and L2  I just haven't had time to finish it all.
I am tempted to move it back to where it came from to see if the one power supply works.  Interestignly enough, the plug I plugged it into has nothing else on it, and it is a plug right at the panel box, so it is significantly closer than the one in the garage.



I'm with the other fellas. I was nervous to try and mine on 110v since I've personally experienced some tragedy at the hands of doing so. When I read that the bitmain PSU wouldn't run a single S9 on 110v I knew I had to find a way to make 220v work even though the only 220v connection I have at my place is the dryer. So I found a lovely PDU which runs off of my dryer connection allowing me to run all 4 S9's off the single PDU connection. This runs right around 24 amps on a 30 amp circuit and it's been running for over 40 days without any issues. I actually wired a 25 foot extension cord to run from my laundry room inside to the garage and removed the deadbolt on the garage door and wired the extension through the deadbolt hole so my garage door can remain fully shut, the miners are in the garage enjoying the cool winter air and my wife doesn't want to murder me from all the noise/heat/cold/whatever that exists in the garage. It's been a win win and I highly recommend finding a way to get on 220v. I will never consider mining on 110v again, but that is just my opinion.

30A. I really do hope you run it on a wiring suited for that much amps... That amount would require minimum of 4mm2 size. 11AWG, preferebly 9AWG... Anything less, you got yourself a heating cable with the consumption on those amp suckers you got in your garage.
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February 19, 2018, 08:14:28 PM
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The plan is to put it all on 240 volt, to balance out the load across L1 and L2  I just haven't had time to finish it all.
I am tempted to move it back to where it came from to see if the one power supply works.  Interestignly enough, the plug I plugged it into has nothing else on it, and it is a plug right at the panel box, so it is significantly closer than the one in the garage.



I'm with the other fellas. I was nervous to try and mine on 110v since I've personally experienced some tragedy at the hands of doing so. When I read that the bitmain PSU wouldn't run a single S9 on 110v I knew I had to find a way to make 220v work even though the only 220v connection I have at my place is the dryer. So I found a lovely PDU which runs off of my dryer connection allowing me to run all 4 S9's off the single PDU connection. This runs right around 24 amps on a 30 amp circuit and it's been running for over 40 days without any issues. I actually wired a 25 foot extension cord to run from my laundry room inside to the garage and removed the deadbolt on the garage door and wired the extension through the deadbolt hole so my garage door can remain fully shut, the miners are in the garage enjoying the cool winter air and my wife doesn't want to murder me from all the noise/heat/cold/whatever that exists in the garage. It's been a win win and I highly recommend finding a way to get on 220v. I will never consider mining on 110v again, but that is just my opinion.

30A. I really do hope you run it on a wiring suited for that much amps... That amount would require minimum of 4mm2 size. 11AWG, preferebly 9AWG... Anything less, you got yourself a heating cable with the consumption on those amp suckers you got in your garage.

She's running on 10 AWG everywhere, even the extension cord. Thanks for looking out!
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February 19, 2018, 09:02:26 PM
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Anyone else seen this website before? Awesome stuff. According to this next difficulty will be around +5%, adjusting tomorrow morning.

https://diff.cryptothis.com/
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February 19, 2018, 09:19:44 PM
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Anyone else seen this website before? Awesome stuff. According to this next difficulty will be around +5%, adjusting tomorrow morning.
I'm just leery of the upcoming increase in March after all of the S9's that have been selling for the past weeks (and are still for sale) come online.
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February 19, 2018, 09:22:37 PM
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also were do i ask for help about upgrading firmware on my s3 using kano firmware?
dont want to use this page if its not for firmware talk lol
Instructions are there:
https://bitbucket.org/TheKano/cgminer-binaries/src
I followed the instructions under the s3 section and putty cant find file on the server that i enter? I even copied and pasted to make sure there was no errors 🤯
putty doesn't find files, it allows you to login to your S3 and type commands Smiley

There's a list of 7 commands there to execute after you login to your S3, and you simply execute them one after the other.

If any command fails you most likely mistyped it.

Edit: or there some problem with your access to the kano.is web site Tongue
just to make sure im not doing anything wrong
do i have to download any of the s3 files?
i open putty enter ip of miner , connect, enter user and password
then
cd /
then
wget http://kano.is/AntS3/cgminer-ants3-4.9.2-94e04f6-3.tgz
after this i get error  wget: bad address 'kano.is'

im sorry im a total noob lol
my s3 is down and i cant mine with it at the moment Sad
i can access kano.is just fine
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February 19, 2018, 09:24:31 PM
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Anyone else seen this website before? Awesome stuff. According to this next difficulty will be around +5%, adjusting tomorrow morning.

https://diff.cryptothis.com/
Yes, someone on here pointed this one out a while back also.
https://fork.lol/pow/retarget

Just another view of it.

Come on block!
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February 19, 2018, 09:53:42 PM
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Quick question, is it normal for one of my miners to have a higher difficulty? It's not running much faster than the other.

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February 19, 2018, 09:56:56 PM
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Quick question, is it normal for one of my miners to have a higher difficulty? It's not running much faster than the other.

.worker         12.015k   11.95ths
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Yes, they will not be the same. Here is a link to where Kano explained it:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg17943809#msg17943809
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the S9 hash give-away draw is done.

i will announce (and configure) as soon as i get Kano's feedback... Smiley



EDIT

...and the winner is BSGMiner!

now go get us that block!! Smiley
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February 19, 2018, 11:50:39 PM
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the S9 hash give-away draw is done.

i will announce (and configure) as soon as i get Kano's feedback... Smiley



EDIT

...and the winner is BSGMiner!

now go get us that block!! Smiley
Oh, this is so awesome! I just randomly logged in after work and saw 2 workers!

Thank you so much! This is so cool!!!


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February 20, 2018, 12:06:59 AM
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the S9 hash give-away draw is done.

i will announce (and configure) as soon as i get Kano's feedback... Smiley



EDIT

...and the winner is BSGMiner!

now go get us that block!! Smiley
Oh, this is so awesome! I just randomly logged in after work and saw 2 workers! Grin

Thank you so much! This is so cool!!!


Congrats, BsgMiner! Enjoy the extra hash  Grin
Thanks luxMiner, for making it more fun to mine here! Grin
Now let's crack this block! Grin
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February 20, 2018, 12:13:54 AM
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LuxMiner you are a STAR!!!
Well Done.  Grin
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February 20, 2018, 12:20:23 AM
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LuxMiner you are a STAR!!!
Well Done.  Grin

^^ What he said. Now I hope BSGMiner finds us a block with that extra hash.
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