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Author Topic: [30-400PH] KanoPool kano.is 0.9%fee 3.9of10BTC giveaway 🐈 US,UK,JP,NYA,OR,DE,SG  (Read 5206026 times)
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March 14, 2018, 10:21:11 PM
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As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.
Remember that the average presented on the reward page is your shares for the last 13 to 14 days, so a lot different than the 1 day max that the api shares.  Any number of things can slow down a few packets including internet outages or slowdowns, etc.  Residential internet has times where the packets take a little longer to get around which can make a difference.  Even when the Kano site has problems, that can drop your miner off for 5 minutes while it reconnects to the backup (I think it takes that long but not sure).  I know that if you change the config it takes 5 minutes to get going again.  All of these things continue to accumulate over a couple weeks...

I have a dedicated fiber business internet to Chicago, and I get a consistent reward of 13.58 to 13.60 every time so I am confident the math is right (especially with "the man" doing it)

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March 14, 2018, 10:52:03 PM
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I feel bad you haven't convinced padrinogtr yet lol. You could have been reaping those benefits.
Well, if the offer still stands, I might make one last-ditch attempt... I gotta get him to explain it somehow. Undecided

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March 14, 2018, 10:57:25 PM
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I feel bad you haven't convinced padrinogtr yet lol. You could have been reaping those benefits.
Well, if the offer still stands, I might make one last-ditch attempt... I gotta get him to explain it somehow. Undecided

Until further notice.

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March 14, 2018, 11:48:37 PM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

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March 14, 2018, 11:56:28 PM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley
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March 14, 2018, 11:58:42 PM
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As I've been ramped up now for the last three blocks (I think) my N Avg on Kano shows 13.30, 13.30 and 13.29 THs. On And since pointing my miner to Kano I've been online without interruptions (except for e few minutes when nl-pool was down) so that shouldn't be the problem.

Obviously it's something I don't understand or Kano and CKPool Monitor measures the hashrate slightly different.
Remember that the average presented on the reward page is your shares for the last 13 to 14 days, so a lot different than the 1 day max that the api shares.  Any number of things can slow down a few packets including internet outages or slowdowns, etc.  Residential internet has times where the packets take a little longer to get around which can make a difference.  Even when the Kano site has problems, that can drop your miner off for 5 minutes while it reconnects to the backup (I think it takes that long but not sure).  I know that if you change the config it takes 5 minutes to get going again.  All of these things continue to accumulate over a couple weeks...

I have a dedicated fiber business internet to Chicago, and I get a consistent reward of 13.58 to 13.60 every time so I am confident the math is right (especially with "the man" doing it)

Thank you for your input minergain.

I'm sure your right.

I actually have my S9 over at my friends garage as I'm building a house at the moment and still don't have a garage myself. As he has a few miners from before and plenty of room it was ok to keep it there (and obviously pay him for electricity) until I get my garage built or some kind of silencer for the S9. I'm by the way trying to convince him to bring over his hashrate to Kano's as he's mining elsewhere and never tried out Kano's.

This went a little off topic. What I'm trying to say is that I can't log into my miner from home (to see the stastistics) and I'm also not sure about what my friend's internet connection type is. I have a fiber connection myself, that has been in use for five years now without a hickup, so the situation might be different when I get my S9 (and hopefully a few more) home.

As mentioned before CKPool Monitor Dashboard also have the "Avg5Nd (TH/s)" meter. I assumed this was also measuring from the past two weeks as it built up pretty much at the same rate as Kano's during ramp up. However when Kano's averaged out at around 13.3 THs (so far) CKPool Monitor continued and averaged out at 13.6 THs.

However I have no doubt in my mind that Kano is showing the correct numbers, so best would probable be to completely forget about the CKPool Monitor as it seems to show a little too optimistic numbers.
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March 15, 2018, 12:08:45 AM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley


It took me about 2 weeks to ramp up. Your TH/s and their rewards will be increased slowly during that time, and when you get to your full TH/s, your rewards will reflect that. There is also a ramp down, if you decide to go elsewhere. For the amount of time it takes to go up, you will receive that amount of time, and if blocks are found, rewards, after leaving.

Edit: I consider the ramp, like banked time as well. If my miners go down for a few hours, I don't lose my shares in the pool.

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March 15, 2018, 12:18:32 AM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley
Your " 2 Machines " raised the Hashrate by 3-4 PH/s??  Wow, what are you running?? Shocked
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March 15, 2018, 12:34:37 AM
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Thought I would share this experience. I've been away from Kano for about four weeks, but it was by design...

10 or so s9's?  Hopefully not just 6 of them.   Just keep mining away.
Unfortunately, I'm one of the idiots who paid $5k+ for S9s on eBay in December.  I then bought a few more from Bitmain, and a couple T9s when I had coupons.  I also picked up 2x S9s off Craigslist at $2k each from a guy who panicked when BTC dropped a few weeks ago and thought it was going to zero.  So that helped my DCA.  I'm up to 4x S9s and 3x T9s online right now, with 4 more S9s due to arrive any day now.  New breakers arrived yesterday so by end of the weekend I'll have everything running on 240 which should help ease the electrical bill a bit.  

I feel your pain brother and am right there with you!  What doesn't kill you will make you stronger.  THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE IF YOU ARE IN IT FOR THE LONG TERM!
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March 15, 2018, 12:43:54 AM
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
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March 15, 2018, 12:52:29 AM
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
I, for one, would love to hear the back-story...

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March 15, 2018, 12:54:08 AM
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
I, for one, would love to hear the back-story...

Same, when and why did the bromance go bad?!
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I've been wondering this for quite a while. Was there or is there a connection between CKPOOL and Kano pool.  Was Kano involved in both at one time? Just curious?
As my sig says, the majority of the code (in the ckpool git) is written by me.
There's 2 parts to ckpool - the mining front end and the database/web/everything else backend.
I wrote pretty much all of the largest part: CKDB - which I now call KDB ... for obvious reasons.
He wrote pretty much all of ckpool - though a lot of the library comes from cgminer and 'various' sources (including me)

One day in irc (2017 Jan 23) he made a rather derogatory reply to me regarding my comment stating I have the most computing experience in the channel (which I do) ... to which, of course, I replied similarly.
8 minutes later he locked me out of the ckpool git - not long later he locked me out of the cgminer git.
Thus endeth that Smiley

Prior to this event I had stopped paying both of us for a few months so I could build up the pool balance in the event that we lost a block to any of these problems that kept showing up, though of course I do test changes, I can't guarantee that I'll find all problems he adds.
I had made this clear to him also, before this.

ckpool regularly has problems coz he commits untested changes ... for payment by Bitmain ... and also puts in small changes himself he hasn't tested properly or at all (segwit was a good example of this - completely untested changes by him that didn't work)
He's lost 3 blocks with his irresponsible actions that he calls 'misfortune'
He's not a qualified programmer, he's a medical doctor, though also he does some linux kernel scheduler hacking
(though the linux kernel team required him to provide evidence of his claims of performance improvements but he wouldn't)

His inexperience has shown up on regular occasions.

To be blunt, a lot of the crypto world is full of hackers and that shows regularly.
They seem to get this idea that they've done something incredible, when in fact most of it is pedestrian.
You'll find many who say their experience is "being in the crypto world for" whatever time - usually with nothing to account for before that - and really nothing in any way ground breaking to show for their time in the crypto world either.

I certainly don't think I'm some coding god, like -ck thinks he is.
I do realise, however, that most of the programmers in this space are far from that.

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March 15, 2018, 02:16:32 AM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley

I'll make it easier for you...read this post.  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg31961789#msg31961789

The bold line at the end of this post should now read like this:

The pool hash rate for the last day is roughly 61.90PHs which means the 5Nd 'ramp' is roughly 13days 5hrs.

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March 15, 2018, 02:26:23 AM
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If the hash rate remains here or higher, we'll be under 13 days for 5nd. 
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March 15, 2018, 02:39:22 AM
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If the hash rate remains here or higher, we'll be under 13 days for 5nd. 

True!  The hash rate seems to have exploded today! Cheesy

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March 15, 2018, 02:48:49 AM
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With your permission, Kano, I would like to quote that line about a lot of the crypto world being hackers.

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With your permission, Kano, I would like to quote that line about a lot of the crypto world being hackers.
Yes fine Smiley
Heh I can't remember the last time I typed something that I didn't consider ok for anyone to quote ...
... other than account names, IP addresses, other personal account details and such Smiley

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March 15, 2018, 03:12:27 AM
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Big jump to 66 PH/S!!! Nice!!!

That was me joining the club with 26TH.   Brought 2 machines over to test the water for awhile.   Not sure how to read the numbers yet or what all this ramp up business is about, but I'm sure i'll figure it out reading back through the 1800+ pages on here Smiley
Your " 2 Machines " raised the Hashrate by 3-4 PH/s??  Wow, what are you running?? Shocked


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