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March 15, 2018, 10:32:05 PM
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OOOOWEEE we're getting some hash power now.

Some of it seems to be failover from another certain pool that someone has posted as being dead ...

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March 15, 2018, 10:51:08 PM
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Oh well, maybe it'll find a block while it's here.

Nothing happens until something moves.

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March 15, 2018, 11:01:51 PM
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Did anybody else just notice a weird anomaly with the numbers showing on the Worker page versus what cgminer was showing?

Then, the website started loading slow and came up with the database time out or reloading error.

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March 15, 2018, 11:13:54 PM
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Did anybody else just notice a weird anomaly with the numbers showing on the Worker page versus what cgminer was showing?

Then, the website started loading slow and came up with the database time out or reloading error.
I did for about a minute Smiley (at 22:43 UTC)
But it's back to normal again.

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March 15, 2018, 11:49:24 PM
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Did anybody else just notice a weird anomaly with the numbers showing on the Worker page versus what cgminer was showing?

Then, the website started loading slow and came up with the database time out or reloading error.
I did for about a minute Smiley (at 22:43 UTC)
But it's back to normal again.
Maybe I'm just paranoid about the numbers I've been seeing lately. My Avalon6 rarely runs in the low 3THs--let alone 2THs--without something needing immediate attention.

Everything seems good now. Thanks for appeasing my paranoia...  Undecided

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March 16, 2018, 12:11:04 AM
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Did anybody else just notice a weird anomaly with the numbers showing on the Worker page versus what cgminer was showing?

Then, the website started loading slow and came up with the database time out or reloading error.
I did for about a minute Smiley (at 22:43 UTC)
But it's back to normal again.
Maybe I'm just paranoid about the numbers I've been seeing lately. My Avalon6 rarely runs in the low 3THs--let alone 2THs--without something needing immediate attention.

Everything seems good now. Thanks for appeasing my paranoia...  Undecided
There's was some simple DDoSing going on about an hour before that, but small enough to not make any difference.
My guess it was some disconnect related to that happened at 22:43 since there were a lot of messages on the pool console about connections at the same time even though the hash rate didn't actually change at all.

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March 16, 2018, 02:30:14 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.

ill join you in the confusion but im not leaving this pool ever
this is my last block reward

Block   Block UTC                    Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range          Pool N Avg   Your %   Your N Diff   Your N Avg   Your BTC
513529   2018-Mar-14 18:40   12.52834079   16.478T   372hr 41m 13s   52.75PHs   0.21%   34.196G   109.47THs           0.02600004

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March 16, 2018, 02:33:08 AM
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There's was some simple DDoSing going on about an hour before that, but small enough to not make any difference.
My guess it was some disconnect related to that happened at 22:43 since there were a lot of messages on the pool console about connections at the same time even though the hash rate didn't actually change at all.
So, when you say DDoSing, you're not thinking a hacker has turned some compromised miners into a botnet, do you?

I'm starting to wondering if that's why my hashrate was showing lower than usual... I really need to figure out how to fix this read-only mode that my Raspberry Pi gets stuck in so I can change the password away from the default.

Any good links for syntax to ssh, umount, fsck, mount, etc.? It's been too long for me to still be familiar with Linux.

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March 16, 2018, 02:41:31 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.
ill join you in the confusion but im not leaving this pool ever
this is my last block reward

Block   Block UTC                    Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range          Pool N Avg   Your %   Your N Diff   Your N Avg   Your BTC
513529   2018-Mar-14 18:40   12.52834079   16.478T   372hr 41m 13s   52.75PHs   0.21%   34.196G   109.47THs           0.02600004
Come on, padrinogtr! I haven't given up on you taking a shot at explaining how it works. Grin

Why don't you relate it to something you're familiar with like racing? You could do something like "one guy starts 4/5 down the drag strip, but doesn't take off until the other guy is up to speed and blowing past him!" That'd be hilarious. Cool

By the way, I'd love to see payouts like that! Wow... Shocked

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March 16, 2018, 03:02:34 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.
If you're more of a visual learner like some of us here, check out this recent analogy on the whole 5Nd ramp-up/down process--and see my sig...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg31459444#msg31459444

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March 16, 2018, 03:50:10 AM
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HELLO WORLD!
Here goes my first pool post ever  Grin
I`m Zet,from Europe,young,broke and shooting for the moon,guys:D
I`m new to this BTC business,started mining about a month and a bit ago,with some old racoons from Bitmain,making it up to a whopping FIVE TH`s  Cry
From what i can piece together for myself, we`re all walking silently in the footsteps of our leader,Kano-san!
Love the pool,love the work,love the miners and the discussions,the giveaways (bow down to that),great place to be and i`m very grateful,proabily would never have read so many interesting things anywhere else,where everybody`s tryin to scam us and our rewards,
KEEP MINING ON WITH KANO-SAN!

Now for the really dumb part and a little bit of whining,hopefully the Sensei won`t treat my 5 THs as rentals or anything,they`re mine but lately (a few days),on and off and on and off,stupid construction work at my block (home mining) and its BAD,electricity keeps crashing Huh
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March 16, 2018, 04:10:35 AM
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Hi everyone! I have a question. What is the latest/most stable  AntMiner s9 Firmware that is currently available?
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March 16, 2018, 04:41:12 AM
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There's was some simple DDoSing going on about an hour before that, but small enough to not make any difference.
My guess it was some disconnect related to that happened at 22:43 since there were a lot of messages on the pool console about connections at the same time even though the hash rate didn't actually change at all.
So, when you say DDoSing, you're not thinking a hacker has turned some compromised miners into a botnet, do you?
No - the web site.
But I didn't work out, at the time, what caused the 1 minute stats delays - that could have been either the web site or the pool.

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I'm starting to wondering if that's why my hashrate was showing lower than usual... I really need to figure out how to fix this read-only mode that my Raspberry Pi gets stuck in so I can change the password away from the default.

Any good links for syntax to ssh, umount, fsck, mount, etc.? It's been too long for me to still be familiar with Linux.
... for what it sounds like you want, google says Smiley
https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-force-fsck-to-check-filesystem-after-system-reboot-on-linux

Otherwise for general linux manual pages just e.g. google "man fsck"

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March 16, 2018, 05:17:45 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.
ill join you in the confusion but im not leaving this pool ever
this is my last block reward

Block   Block UTC                    Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range          Pool N Avg   Your %   Your N Diff   Your N Avg   Your BTC
513529   2018-Mar-14 18:40   12.52834079   16.478T   372hr 41m 13s   52.75PHs   0.21%   34.196G   109.47THs           0.02600004
Come on, padrinogtr! I haven't given up on you taking a shot at explaining how it works. Grin

Why don't you relate it to something you're familiar with like racing? You could do something like "one guy starts 4/5 down the drag strip, but doesn't take off until the other guy is up to speed and blowing past him!" That'd be hilarious. Cool

By the way, I'd love to see payouts like that! Wow... Shocked

i kind of understand it but just cant explain it. i understand my payouts tho Tongue

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March 16, 2018, 05:42:00 AM
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So I have ~ 200th now, and 600th next month to throw at a pool. This one came highly recommended along with slush and nicehash (selling power not the pool) what are peoples thoughts on this pool vs those other 2. Also, can somebody explain the ramping up and payout method? I've read it a few times, and then googled, and I'm still confused.
ill join you in the confusion but im not leaving this pool ever
this is my last block reward

Block   Block UTC                    Miner Reward   N Diff   N Range          Pool N Avg   Your %   Your N Diff   Your N Avg   Your BTC
513529   2018-Mar-14 18:40   12.52834079   16.478T   372hr 41m 13s   52.75PHs   0.21%   34.196G   109.47THs           0.02600004
Come on, padrinogtr! I haven't given up on you taking a shot at explaining how it works. Grin

Why don't you relate it to something you're familiar with like racing? You could do something like "one guy starts 4/5 down the drag strip, but doesn't take off until the other guy is up to speed and blowing past him!" That'd be hilarious. Cool

By the way, I'd love to see payouts like that! Wow... Shocked

i kind of understand it but just cant explain it. i understand my payouts tho Tongue

i still not sure how it works jst watch shift graph it lets u know how much of a % u qualify for Cheesy
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March 16, 2018, 08:28:54 AM
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I'm so glad all my miners are back on Kano now and working on 5Nd ... 4 miners overheated and basically shut down, another had 2 out of 3 hashboards stop ... fixed this after an hour Smiley

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Any good links for syntax to ssh, umount, fsck, mount, etc.? It's been too long for me to still be familiar with Linux.
... for what it sounds like you want, google says Smiley
https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-force-fsck-to-check-filesystem-after-system-reboot-on-linux

Otherwise for general linux manual pages just e.g. google "man fsck"
Ah, "man pages": Now there's something I haven't heard mentioned for a while.

Thanks. I'll try to get this done over the weekend.

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March 16, 2018, 01:36:03 PM
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Hi everyone! I have a question. What is the latest/most stable  AntMiner s9 Firmware that is currently available?
Just a wild guess here but that would be the latest version that Bitmain has up on their download site....
Personally I have never had a reason or need to update my s9 miners and I'm talking some are as far back as batch-1.

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March 16, 2018, 02:19:56 PM
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Welp, let's go ahead and get the block party started in anticipation of a good St. Patrick's Day weekend FULL OF BLOCKS!


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March 16, 2018, 04:32:31 PM
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Looks like we're down some hash again...it's not all just Canaan's dropping off (841's).

And right back up!   No 200% blocks, let's solve 'em!
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