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Wooo Hooo!!! Nice getting home from work, and seeing 90PH/s on our log in page!!! Bring on the BTClocks!!!

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March 21, 2018, 07:30:42 PM
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Wooo Hooo!!! Nice getting home from work, and seeing 90PH/s on our log in page!!! Bring on the BTClocks!!!

Yep, now it's looking like a 100% block would be "cracked" in about 50 hours now.  That beats 4 days.   


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March 21, 2018, 07:35:10 PM
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Wooo Hooo!!! Nice getting home from work, and seeing 90PH/s on our log in page!!! Bring on the BTClocks!!!
How can you break free from the addiction long enough to work ALL day without checking?!

You, sir, have iron-clad will-power...

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March 21, 2018, 07:40:02 PM
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Im awaiting a shipment of 50 S9's.  This doesnt meet your requirement to participate in the giveaway, so why should I choose this pool for my 50 miner farm?


Not gonna twist your arm, but go ask the question in any other pool, and let us know how long it takes to get a direct answer from the pool operator. Compare that number with Kano's time. Kano's support, is UNTOUCHABLE!!! Take a trip through the pages of this thread, and see for yourself. You WILL NOT get that dedication from any other pool operator. And, it's more than the pool. If you truly want to understand Bitcoin, and the longevity of its health, Kano's the guy to learn from!!! Bottom line.

Most pools are out there churning out numbers, not caring if they mine empty blocks, or lose 3 days of their pools work for no reason. Those actions are a means to the end of Bitcoin, and ALL Cryptocurrency for that matter. Kano is 100% for the health and longevity of Bitcoin, and it's Community. This is an example WE should ALL follow,  cause at the end of the day, if you want to earn, Bitcoin has got to be healthy.

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March 21, 2018, 07:43:23 PM
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Wooo Hooo!!! Nice getting home from work, and seeing 90PH/s on our log in page!!! Bring on the BTClocks!!!
How can you break free from the addiction long enough to work ALL day without checking?!

You, sir, have iron-clad will-power...

I check, but only when I have time. Being a Supervisor over 37 people and 18 plastic injection moulding machines, keeps me very busy!!! Hahaha!!!

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March 21, 2018, 08:08:56 PM
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Like any Gopher would do...  I saw all the GREEN Grass on the graphs and charts..  and I brought my 0.081 PH/s back.  Yes, Now I have to compare it to PH not just TH. :-)
10 day ramp out of the gopher hole isnt so bad either to get to that grass!


So if that guy can get 2 blocks that fast.. I should be able to get the next one with half the hashing power....    My S9's are happy, I cleaned them, blew out the dust from months of running..  good for another 60 days.
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March 21, 2018, 08:25:58 PM
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Help troubleshooting S9 Antminer

This is the same s9 machine I have had intermittent problems with the fan speeding up and down every 15- to 20 seconds....

https://imgur.com/a/ADonB

I definitely have a problem with 1 of the hash cards (only hashes a little bit)  .. (card #1 I think) (In loking at the miner, which card is number 1?)

The other 2 cards were working ok and had been running but hot...

So got to the point where it would not even power up and hash...

I have tried several things, ... changed the fan, tried a different power supply, changed the controller board, etc...

Bitmain had me go back to a older version of software for this machine, it will power up... but takes 10 minutes to start hashing, then might hash for 10 minutes or and then quits hashing...

Not sure, it may be getting to hot...

I have 5 other miners setting right beside this machine and none of them are even close to overheating and no problems at all with heat or fans on any of them

Some of the fan readings have been flaky as well so that is why I changed the controller board...  nothing changed...

So if I remove the one board and have it fixed, then what should I do next?  I assume it will run ok with just 2 hash boards right?  will it stay coller with just 2 hash boards?

Looking for ideas to try to get it to run at least on the 2 boards nad stay running?

Thanks for any info and Mine On with KANO!!








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March 21, 2018, 08:47:22 PM
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Pecker,
I'm not sure if this is the right thread to discuss specific issues with S9 hardware, but you should at least post the screenshot of 'miner status' page for others to see what is actually going on.
Also, check the log file (located under System --> Kernel log) for some error messages. Or better put it on pastebin and post the link here. There can be some hints, too.

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You said you changed the fan. Which fan did you install? The "usual" fans offered in PC repair shops will likely NOT provide enough cooling for the miner. You need special fans capable to deliver certain air pressure in order to keep the chips temperature down.
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March 21, 2018, 08:49:26 PM
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Have you blown out the dust and dirt.  I had some issue with one that the fans were ramping up and down.  A full power cycle seemed to solve it for a bit, but would come back.  I found that it was in a bit warmer room, or colder, that ramping did not happen.  Ironically its fan speeds wouldn't even be at full speed.  I have 3 in a house now that the ambient room temp is now at about 27 deg, and the fans are at 4800 and 5200.  When the room temp was near 22 it would ramp up and down all the time.

As for the hash board, are you powering the S9 with 120 V or 240 volt?  I had similar issue where my walking over the cord would cause a hash board to stop.  I didn't know at first but it was every time I touched the power supply, or walked past/over this cord.  The only thing I can figure is that it was the static shock messing with it, very minor static, but becuase it was from the carpet. ( I have two S9's in a box venting into return air for furnace in house)

Have you tried switching the hash board from one chain to another?  not to test, but to keep like that.  I also found that the problem S9 that i had that issue with only had it when it was cold, ie first boot up, but dissappereared when it was warmed up.

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March 21, 2018, 09:32:52 PM
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Thanks for info...

Here are current screenshots from when I just powered it up...

The fan was a new OEM from ebay trusted seller and looked exactly kine the new ones.. got it from alink from someone on Kano...

This machine is powered by 220....

https://imgur.com/a/CJ3Ub

It worked for a few weeks with 2 full card and 1 partial that was hashing...now down to one that works till it shuts down..

Could I have the fans plugged into wrong plugins?  Would that cause this?  I'm sure there is at least one baord issue so that is my next step this evening...

Any help is appreciated..

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Here is the complete Kernel log...

https://pastebin.com/8eStybKq
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March 21, 2018, 09:36:11 PM
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Well aside from the 30krpm fan reading which is erroneous, the 2400rpm fan reading is too slow for an S9 fan and would cause overheating for sure.  I'd check your fans again...
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March 21, 2018, 09:48:27 PM
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From these screenshots I see Fan3 is reporting 30K RPM - which is not possible. Either it is not connected properly, or maybe faulty. At the same time, Fan6 seems too slow with just 2400 RPM (should be around 5000 if board temperatures are high, and your boards are overheating). Keep in mind a fan may still spin because of the airflow created by the other fan, but it doesn't mean it works...

Also, the temperature on the working board is waaaay too high. This may be caused by the same fan problem...

Unfortunately, the lack of proper cooling may have damaged the hash boards (that may be the reason why at least one board doesn't seem to do hashing at all).

I'd say you need to check the fans ASAP, both of them. Don't use the machine until you fix the cooling.
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March 21, 2018, 10:56:04 PM
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This is over the 12 months which obviously the difficulty was much less 12 months ago with a lot higher BTC rewards  back then (and lower dollars since it was under $3k).  Using the spot price of BTC when the reward was earned, I made $1189 in December and am already at $338 this month.  As I mentioned, that is the past which has no bearing on the future.  I have not had anyone do a detailed review of my numbers and math.  If you are interested in confirming both, I am happy to share the details.  If you look at the past week CDT of 0.00015486 and quarterly of 0.00012451, the difficulty change has made an obvious net earnings change since it is less than half of the yearly per day average.

Minergain - I'm currently running about 100 S9s, with 10 more coming online Friday morning and 11 Avalons on order.  I recently switched from Slushpool to Kano due the fee difference (and discovered a much nicer user community as a bonus).  For me, its just business - I will make more at Kano than any place else I've found at an acceptable variance.  Kano's example was 7 BTC difference, but does it really matter if its 7 BTC, $5000, or $1000 over a year?  Its still more.

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This is over the 12 months which obviously the difficulty was much less 12 months ago with a lot higher BTC rewards  back then (and lower dollars since it was under $3k).  Using the spot price of BTC when the reward was earned, I made $1189 in December and am already at $338 this month.  As I mentioned, that is the past which has no bearing on the future.  I have not had anyone do a detailed review of my numbers and math.  If you are interested in confirming both, I am happy to share the details.  If you look at the past week CDT of 0.00015486 and quarterly of 0.00012451, the difficulty change has made an obvious net earnings change since it is less than half of the yearly per day average.

Minergain - I'm currently running about 100 S9s, with 10 more coming online Friday morning and 11 Avalons on order.  I recently switched from Slushpool to Kano due the fee difference (and discovered a much nicer user community as a bonus).  For me, its just business - I will make more at Kano than any place else I've found at an acceptable variance.  Kano's example was 7 BTC difference, but does it really matter if its 7 BTC, $5000, or $1000 over a year?  Its still more.

Awesome Brother!  Glad to have you here with us on KanoPool!! 

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March 21, 2018, 11:12:56 PM
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Payment is going out on our last block, #514487



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March 21, 2018, 11:42:47 PM
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Minergain - I'm currently running about 100 S9s, with 10 more coming online Friday morning and 11 Avalons on order.  I recently switched from Slushpool to Kano due the fee difference (and discovered a much nicer user community as a bonus).  For me, its just business - I will make more at Kano than any place else I've found at an acceptable variance.  Kano's example was 7 BTC difference, but does it really matter if its 7 BTC, $5000, or $1000 over a year?  Its still more.
I started at slush too and switched here to get a bigger piece of the pie with my single S9.  When I left slush in August it was around 250 Ph and Kano was around 40.  Amazing how that has changed in scale.  Yes, more money is always nice to have - and if we get really lucky, we all get to actually take part in a nice bonus.  Plus I have not found a better community of crypto people anywhere (and super willing to help everyone learn).  Welcome to Kano and Mine ON!

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Minergain - I'm currently running about 100 S9s, with 10 more coming online Friday morning and 11 Avalons on order.  I recently switched from Slushpool to Kano due the fee difference (and discovered a much nicer user community as a bonus).  For me, its just business - I will make more at Kano than any place else I've found at an acceptable variance.  Kano's example was 7 BTC difference, but does it really matter if its 7 BTC, $5000, or $1000 over a year?  Its still more.
I started at slush too and switched here to get a bigger piece of the pie with my single S9.  When I left slush in August it was around 250 Ph and Kano was around 40.  Amazing how that has changed in scale.  Yes, more money is always nice to have - and if we get really lucky, we all get to actually take part in a nice bonus.  Plus I have not found a better community of crypto people anywhere (and super willing to help everyone learn).  Welcome to Kano and Mine ON!

Same here. I have been a small fish here and now down to a single s7 and waiting to see the 841 before I buy anything. I used this pool as failover and did so for a long time. I built alot of dust, but it was nice dust. So I eventually read this forum a few hundred pages of it anyway, and moved over. Just in time for the 600% block. It was hard. lol. I am glad I stayed. Payouts have been better than elsewhere, and block times vs share per block have proven so much better that there is no going back. Even as a small fish, and the first 600% block, I make alot more money here.  The 900% block would have been a killer, but I wish I had been here since then.  Now looking at the 841 on blokforge and wondering if they will become a stock item after Apr 15. I really dont want to buy anymore bitmain.



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March 22, 2018, 01:16:04 AM
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As a miner in a pool that shares transaction fees, is anyone else missing the days (not that long ago) of the 14+ BTC block rewards? Although as a user of BTC the low fees are great and probably better for the currency in the long run.

Those were the good old days where it really didn't matter where you mined (as long as the pool paid out the transaction fees).  Those 18-24 BTC blocks were great!
imagine the first couple years where it was 50BTC mining with CPU / GPU cards.  I'll bet those miners wish they would have made a few changes to their investment strategy!  And many likely did amazingly well too.
Some of us don't have to imagine those days. Yes, I would make a change to my investment strategy over then...I would not have kept my earnings from those 50BTC blocks in Mt. Gox's wallet.  Kiss

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I was learning linux on slackware back then. Built and installed bitcoin. Found a block on my cpu after a few days. Thought well, that was cute, and promptly erased it (and the wallet) and installed something else. It wasnt until it hit 9K that i realized what I had done and wished that I still had it.
   
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March 22, 2018, 01:39:38 AM
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As a miner in a pool that shares transaction fees, is anyone else missing the days (not that long ago) of the 14+ BTC block rewards? Although as a user of BTC the low fees are great and probably better for the currency in the long run.

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I  were the good old days where it really didn't matter where you mined (as long as the pool paid out the transaction fees).  Those 18-24 BTC blocks were great!
imagine the first couple years where it was 50BTC mining with CPU / GPU cards.  I'll bet those miners wish they would have made a few changes to their investment strategy!  And many likely did amazingly well too.
Some of us don't have to imagine those days. Yes, I would make a change to my investment strategy over then...I would not have kept my earnings from those 50BTC blocks in Mt. Gox's wallet.  Kiss

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I was learning linux on slackware back then. Built and installed bitcoin. Found a block on my cpu after a few days. Thought well, that was cute, and promptly erased it (and the wallet) and installed something else. It wasnt until it hit 9K that i realized what I had done and wished that I still had it.
   
can you not use software to get the files back? Unless u zeroed the hdd it might be possible
I have used software to get important files off failed hdds
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I was learning linux on slackware back then. Built and installed bitcoin. Found a block on my cpu after a few days. Thought well, that was cute, and promptly erased it (and the wallet) and installed something else. It wasnt until it hit 9K that i realized what I had done and wished that I still had it.
   
can you not use software to get the files back? Unless u zeroed the hdd it might be possible
I have used software to get important files off failed hdds
A few things Smiley
- That's a long time ago - just still having the HDD is the real question.
- If it's been in use for a while, or all this time, it's unlikely to not have been written over by windows.

- However, you just need to find the private key, not the whole wallet contents.

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