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March 15, 2018, 01:58:04 PM
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I would like to get 3 or 4 of the avalon 841's. Who is the authorized distributor who sells them in the us?
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March 15, 2018, 02:11:32 PM
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I would like to get 3 or 4 of the avalon 841's. Who is the authorized distributor who sells them in the us?
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Or just look at Canaan's site for the distributors...

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March 15, 2018, 02:48:04 PM
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Any suggestions on just cutting my losses and pointing the tiny miner back here for a baby boost to my Kano payouts?
Bring it back. I got you boo boo. Even though you couldn't get padrinogtr to explain his 5nd understanding, you put forth a valiant effort. I will still honor it until further notice, but would like to extend to you some hash from an trimmed down S7. She's pumping out about 2.8TH/s at the moment and I would like to let "borrow" it for a week or so. If interested, shoot me a worker name and its all yours.
Wow... You guys are too good of a community. I've brought all (whopping Grin) 150GHs back, and it's ready to rock 'n roll!

MINE ON WITH KANO! THE BEST MINING POOL EVER!

P.S. - I'll send you a username.workername as a PM, and thanks for the consolation prize. Grin
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March 15, 2018, 03:24:37 PM
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Is there any status update on dust payments?
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March 15, 2018, 03:28:20 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP

Also how long did you wait? It can take up to 10-15 minutes for a S9 to start hashing after you have changed configuration settings.

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March 15, 2018, 03:30:31 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP

Also how long did you wait? It can take up to 10-15 minutes for a S9 to start hashing after you have changed configuration settings.


Longest is about 5 minutes for one of my miners...no idea why it's always slow to "re-connect" to any pool.  It also hashes the fastest so who knows?

s7's and Avalon's are almost instant.
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP

Also how long did you wait? It can take up to 10-15 minutes for a S9 to start hashing after you have changed configuration settings.


Longest is about 5 minutes for one of my miners...no idea why it's always slow to "re-connect" to any pool.  It also hashes the fastest so who knows?

s7's and Avalon's are almost instant.

I think the length of time is dependent on if its having any trouble with any of the strings or individual asics. Sometimes I've seen the log files spin through multiple attempts at different frequencies (maybe depending on temps) to get started, thats when its taken the longest. I just brought it up because its not "instant" which might be what the op was expecting.

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March 15, 2018, 03:55:06 PM
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March 15, 2018, 04:38:13 PM
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I think the length of time is dependent on if its having any trouble with any of the strings or individual asics. Sometimes I've seen the log files spin through multiple attempts at different frequencies (maybe depending on temps) to get started, thats when its taken the longest. I just brought it up because its not "instant" which might be what the op was expecting.

Second this - the warm up process for an S9 takes a long time, relatively, before it even tries to start hashing. I've seen it take as long as 20 minutes. Usually when I get a new S9, I configure it and let it do its thing before going to run an errand or grab lunch.
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March 15, 2018, 05:10:43 PM
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As far as I know, recent S9 firmware has some kind of auto-detection of the "optimal" working frequency for the hash boards. During the autodetect procedure it may restart itself a few times, based on its own criteria... I guess that's why it takes so long to start actual mining.

When I had my S9, I even thought it's faulty when I started it for the first time... Yes, the S7 is much, much faster to start mining. Smiley
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March 15, 2018, 05:42:31 PM
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And it seems to me that everything is much simpler, the stratum is incorrectly spelled out
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March 15, 2018, 05:49:34 PM
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And it seems to me that everything is much simpler, the stratum is incorrectly spelled out

I've had that, or an extra "." in there somewhere from a bad cut and paste.   It does happen!
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March 15, 2018, 05:52:00 PM
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And it seems to me that everything is much simpler, the stratum is incorrectly spelled out

I've had that, or an extra "." in there somewhere from a bad cut and paste.   It does happen!
I have this all the time, when automatically chrome browser translates the page, you forget and copy the stratum already with a space in the line Grin
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March 15, 2018, 06:04:40 PM
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And it seems to me that everything is much simpler, the stratum is incorrectly spelled out

I've had that, or an extra "." in there somewhere from a bad cut and paste.   It does happen!
I have this all the time, when automatically chrome browser translates the page, you forget and copy the stratum already with a space in the line Grin

Yep, a space at the end does kill you!
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March 15, 2018, 06:41:12 PM
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As far as I know, recent S9 firmware has some kind of auto-detection of the "optimal" working frequency for the hash boards. During the autodetect procedure it may restart itself a few times, based on its own criteria... I guess that's why it takes so long to start actual mining.

When I had my S9, I even thought it's faulty when I started it for the first time... Yes, the S7 is much, much faster to start mining. Smiley
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It is not 'recent'. Autotune started with batch-16 of the s9's over a year ago. It is used because at 16nm and lower the performance variability of each chip became to great to use fixed frequency and Vcore. Even some older miners using 28/22nm chips used it for the same reasons. Either way it is a cheap bandage for the problem letting miner makers to mix and match boards with different performance to produce a miner with xxTHs.

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March 15, 2018, 07:36:05 PM
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It is not 'recent'. Autotune started with batch-16 of the s9's over a year ago. It is used because at 16nm and lower the performance variability of each chip became to great to use fixed frequency and Vcore. Even some older miners using 28/22nm chips used it for the same reasons. Either way it is a cheap bandage for the problem letting miner makers to mix and match boards with different performance to produce a miner with xxTHs.
"Autotune" - right, that's what it's called! Smiley

I think some (most?) BitFury-based machines have a similar feature. And it was positioned as an advantage allowing to optimize performance "automagically". Or that's how I read it some time ago... I never had to deal with these machines though.

Perhaps, it helps to keep the costs down (no need to have a precise performance-match phase), so we'll have to live with that...
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March 15, 2018, 08:58:51 PM
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Have you checked that there are for example no extra spaces by accident in the pool settings?

yeap typed myself

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March 15, 2018, 09:00:48 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP
You'll need to PM me your IP address so I can see if it's blocked for any reason.
There's certain subnets and IPs that are blocked from all the pool servers coz people on those IPs did bad things Smiley

The web site bans don't affect mining.
But certain account settings I can apply stop you from mining, so also include your account name so I can check that.
Though you'll know if that's a problem if you can't login to your account or when you login it says you must fix your email.

ok thank you.

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March 15, 2018, 10:08:38 PM
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For some reason wasn't able to connect bitmain s9 to kano.is. Are there any restrictions?

If you can't connect on port 3333 try port 80, 81, 443 or 8080 as alternatives.

Perhaps post your configuration here so we can hopefully spot the problem

well tried 80, 443 too, also german link and the one for asic tube but nothing and network to kano.is but miner s9 just stopped giving information.

https://imgur.com/508cclP
You'll need to PM me your IP address so I can see if it's blocked for any reason.
There's certain subnets and IPs that are blocked from all the pool servers coz people on those IPs did bad things Smiley

The web site bans don't affect mining.
But certain account settings I can apply stop you from mining, so also include your account name so I can check that.
Though you'll know if that's a problem if you can't login to your account or when you login it says you must fix your email.

ok thank you.
Well assuming your account is the same as the name you use here, there's nothing wrong with your IP address you used to create the account.
The IP you PM'd me is your local home net IP, so not the one I wanted Smiley

If you are mining from a different IP to the one you used to create the account, you'll have to send me that IP

You signed up and verified the account so the IP isn't banned in any way - the 'global' IP bans I create stop access to all servers including the web server.
The account of course starts with a capital V so make sure you typed it in with a capital V also - though I don't see any attempts with a lower case v.

Considering how I'm not actually seeing anything at all in the pool logs, I'd guess your home firewall or your ISP is blocking it somehow, or it's failing to do the DNS lookup for stratum.kano.is or de.kano.is

Lastly, if you didn't buy it new from Bitmain, reflash it to make sure the previous owner hasn't hacked it to mining to their account and ignoring the displayed settings.

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March 15, 2018, 10:25:07 PM
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OOOOWEEE we're getting some hash power now.

Nothing happens until something moves.

MINE ON WITH KANO........except DPoS2
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