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April 07, 2018, 04:08:33 PM
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There was a back end pool restart at 12:56 UTC
Everyone will have failed over to their 3rd pool.
The script restarted it immediately, so everyone should be failing back within the next 5 minutes.
Sorry about that unexpected restart.

Hi,

Is it possible to send out an alarm when something like this happens?

Right now i got an Email from nicehash that some of my workers were disconnected. So assuming they re-connected to Kano again, but not all did, so my hasrate dropped again. Thats a bit of a bummer, as i want to measure profit compare for mining at kano.

Thanks.

I'm surprised you got NH to connect, I couldn't for the life of me.

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April 07, 2018, 04:33:47 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?
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April 07, 2018, 04:38:48 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?

On average, after 3,511,060,552,899 shares. At our current hash rate, that's 1day 5hr 44min 58sec.

http://tradebtc.net/bitcalc.php has an easy calculator.
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April 07, 2018, 04:42:04 PM
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Any minute now..... Wink

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April 07, 2018, 04:43:46 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?
On average, after 3,511,060,552,899 shares.
What he means to say is the time always changes based on the pool hashrate and this 2016 blocks-worth of network difficulty, but on average, we expect it will take 100% of the whatever the network difficulty is at the time.

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April 07, 2018, 04:53:10 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?

On average, after 3,511,060,552,899 shares. At our current hash rate, that's 1day 5hr 44min 58sec.

http://tradebtc.net/bitcalc.php has an easy calculator.

sorry, but what exactly means "shares" here?!
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April 07, 2018, 04:54:52 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?

On average, after 3,511,060,552,899 shares. At our current hash rate, that's 1day 5hr 44min 58sec.

http://tradebtc.net/bitcalc.php has an easy calculator.

sorry, but what exactly means "shares" here?!

What your miners contribute to the pool.


BTW, we're ready for a block right about now, SO GET UP OUT OF YOUR SEAT AND DANCE!


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April 07, 2018, 04:55:41 PM
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What’s the average time we find a block in the pool?
On average, after 3,511,060,552,899 shares.
What he means to say is the time always changes based on the pool hashrate and this 2016 blocks-worth of network difficulty, but on average, we expect it will take 100% of the whatever the network difficulty is at the time.

But keep in mind that is an AVERAGE.  We have found multiple blocks in one day, and we have gone several days between blocks.  Over the long term, like 6 months, it averages out, as it does for any pool large enough to find blocks "regularly".

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April 07, 2018, 05:18:48 PM
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There was a back end pool restart at 12:56 UTC
Everyone will have failed over to their 3rd pool.
The script restarted it immediately, so everyone should be failing back within the next 5 minutes.
Sorry about that unexpected restart.

Hi,

Is it possible to send out an alarm when something like this happens?

Right now i got an Email from nicehash that some of my workers were disconnected. So assuming they re-connected to Kano again, but not all did, so my hasrate dropped again. Thats a bit of a bummer, as i want to measure profit compare for mining at kano.

Thanks.

I'm surprised you got NH to connect, I couldn't for the life of me.

Kano has stated he will kick off any rented miners (NH, Miningrig) - this was due to the malicious hash in October and also https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0


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April 07, 2018, 07:43:28 PM
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...this was due to the malicious hash in October and also https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0
I'm just gonna refer to this as Red October from now on...

Sorry for the dry humor. I'm trying to keep myself occupied while my wife is shopping... Ah, weekend getaways.

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April 07, 2018, 07:54:17 PM
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There was a back end pool restart at 12:56 UTC
Everyone will have failed over to their 3rd pool.
The script restarted it immediately, so everyone should be failing back within the next 5 minutes.
Sorry about that unexpected restart.

Hi,

Is it possible to send out an alarm when something like this happens?

Right now i got an Email from nicehash that some of my workers were disconnected. So assuming they re-connected to Kano again, but not all did, so my hasrate dropped again. Thats a bit of a bummer, as i want to measure profit compare for mining at kano.

Thanks.

I'm surprised you got NH to connect, I couldn't for the life of me.



Kano has stated he will kick off any rented miners (NH, Miningrig) - this was due to the malicious hash in October and also https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1002086.0



i dont understand your comment.... i dont have rented power, pls read.
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April 07, 2018, 07:55:42 PM
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There was a back end pool restart at 12:56 UTC
Everyone will have failed over to their 3rd pool.
The script restarted it immediately, so everyone should be failing back within the next 5 minutes.
Sorry about that unexpected restart.

Hi,

Is it possible to send out an alarm when something like this happens?

Right now i got an Email from nicehash that some of my workers were disconnected. So assuming they re-connected to Kano again, but not all did, so my hasrate dropped again. Thats a bit of a bummer, as i want to measure profit compare for mining at kano.

Thanks.

A short drop in hash of a couple of hours will have very little affect on your payout because of 5Nd...one of the great benefits of this system.

You can get notifications from any of these apps listed on the first post of this thread:

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There's Apps to get pool info and monitor your miners.

Apple App:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1344360.0

Android App, read in the thread here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg11091187#msg11091187

For miner monitoring:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1331875.0

Send any donation/whatever to them for using them - since they wrote them.

Also, https://www.minergain.com/ has a a notification piece and the pool comparisons you seem to be looking for.

I proudly mine at the KanoPool, the Best Bitcoin Pool in the World!
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April 07, 2018, 08:04:02 PM
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Pool hashrate is looking good. I better step up my mine to keep my piece of the pie up. It’s about cut in half from what it use to be per block. I’m waiting to see if miners will keep dropping in price. That and my power bill is approaching levels that would require me to cash in some coin each month to help pay for it. That’s no good.

Too bad you didnt have my luck. My electrical company has only billed 2900 kwh since dec 8th.  I have been at about 7500 kwh per month. one month was at 8400.  They didnt bill me becuase the power company said it was high, so they estimated, sent someone to my door to investigate, i told her off, nosey Biatch!  The power company confirmed with me the readings were accurate, then they sent them to the retailer, then the retailer didnt want to bill it becuase there is no way that I could of used  17000 kwh in 28 days according to their readings.  So now they are going to go back and "pro rate" my usage.  Ironically the  cost per kwh has gone up slowly, where do you think the most of the usage will end up according to their calculation...  gee I wonder..

So yes, Dec 8. til April 8, 4 months all I have been billed is 2900 kwh, when it should total to about 25 000 kwh.   1750 cnd Bux!  Thats going to be a nice bill when I get it.  I'll ask for time to pay. :-)


Ya thats really going to suck when they catch on to what’s happening. Enjoy it while it lasts! My bill is actual every month with ComEd smart meters. I thought for sure I would get a letter from them about my power consumption going way up.

I know Canadians don't worry much about this, but I'm worried the cops are gonna think I got an indoor grow operation going on.  They raided one not far from me a couple years back.  What am I gonna tell swat when they bust in?
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April 07, 2018, 08:10:40 PM
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There was a back end pool restart at 12:56 UTC
Everyone will have failed over to their 3rd pool.
The script restarted it immediately, so everyone should be failing back within the next 5 minutes.
Sorry about that unexpected restart.

Hi,

Is it possible to send out an alarm when something like this happens?

Right now i got an Email from nicehash that some of my workers were disconnected. So assuming they re-connected to Kano again, but not all did, so my hasrate dropped again. Thats a bit of a bummer, as i want to measure profit compare for mining at kano.

Thanks.
Dont bother with nice hash, they are manipulating the system.  They charging 5% fee even though the reason they upped it from 4 was due to high network fees, but now they are lower.

I only have it set up as a third pool for me so that it keeps that address active to keep the funds they stole from me in December active and the address doesnt get killed.  BUT if they ever do pay out that money they owe me, I will literally never use them again.  they are scum.   They do things like Pay out your address, becuase you were over the threshold, then the next day give you back 10 % of the money they stole, and that amount is not over the threshold, forcing you to mine longer to get that from them.  LOW LOW LOW.
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April 07, 2018, 08:12:26 PM
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I know Canadians don't worry much about this, but I'm worried the cops are gonna think I got an indoor grow operation going on.  They raided one not far from me a couple years back.  What am I gonna tell swat when they bust in?

Show them the miners, and lack of growing lights.  Better yet, have a window they can peer into.

I use to have a similar concern when I raised live coral.  Coral eat light.  I had 5800 watts of metal halide lighting over my aquarium.  The profile was identical to growing pot.

I made sure the basement windows were uncovered so they could look in, and frequently invited neighbors over to see the aquarium.  e.g.  If the feds expended ANY effort prior to breaking in, they could figure out what was going on.  If they didn't, I'd sue them for incompetence.

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April 07, 2018, 08:15:44 PM
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Pool hashrate is looking good. I better step up my mine to keep my piece of the pie up. It’s about cut in half from what it use to be per block. I’m waiting to see if miners will keep dropping in price. That and my power bill is approaching levels that would require me to cash in some coin each month to help pay for it. That’s no good.

Too bad you didnt have my luck. My electrical company has only billed 2900 kwh since dec 8th.  I have been at about 7500 kwh per month. one month was at 8400.  They didnt bill me becuase the power company said it was high, so they estimated, sent someone to my door to investigate, i told her off, nosey Biatch!  The power company confirmed with me the readings were accurate, then they sent them to the retailer, then the retailer didnt want to bill it becuase there is no way that I could of used  17000 kwh in 28 days according to their readings.  So now they are going to go back and "pro rate" my usage.  Ironically the  cost per kwh has gone up slowly, where do you think the most of the usage will end up according to their calculation...  gee I wonder..

So yes, Dec 8. til April 8, 4 months all I have been billed is 2900 kwh, when it should total to about 25 000 kwh.   1750 cnd Bux!  Thats going to be a nice bill when I get it.  I'll ask for time to pay. :-)


Ya thats really going to suck when they catch on to what’s happening. Enjoy it while it lasts! My bill is actual every month with ComEd smart meters. I thought for sure I would get a letter from them about my power consumption going way up.

I know Canadians don't worry much about this, but I'm worried the cops are gonna think I got an indoor grow operation going on.  They raided one not far from me a couple years back.  What am I gonna tell swat when they bust in?
"Don't touch the bare wires on the breakout boards, y'all..."

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April 07, 2018, 08:17:40 PM
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Just a side note for anyone with the bad hash board...... or thought to be one..

I vacuumed today, vacuum power head came near the power cords of two miners in my office.  AND those two had  one at 0.00 Gh/s and the other at 8.5 Th/s.   Seems as if this issue with static electricity screws them up.  This also happens when I stepped on the cords with my socks that had static.

I know, sounds dumb, but it literally happens every time.
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April 07, 2018, 08:22:01 PM
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I know Canadians don't worry much about this, but I'm worried the cops are gonna think I got an indoor grow operation going on.  They raided one not far from me a couple years back.  What am I gonna tell swat when they bust in?

Show them the miners, and lack of growing lights.  Better yet, have a window they can peer into.

I use to have a similar concern when I raised live coral.  Coral eat light.  I had 5800 watts of metal halide lighting over my aquarium.  The profile was identical to growing pot.

I made sure the basement windows were uncovered so they could look in, and frequently invited neighbors over to see the aquarium.  e.g.  If the feds expended ANY effort prior to breaking in, they could figure out what was going on.  If they didn't, I'd sue them for incompetence.

I was just thinking local PD...U got me spooked w/the feds Shocked!!!  If there is a standoff I will try to make a post before they cut my internet.  Just checked outside no helos!  mine on!!!!
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April 07, 2018, 08:56:17 PM
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Just a side note for anyone with the bad hash board...... or thought to be one..

I vacuumed today, vacuum power head came near the power cords of two miners in my office.  AND those two had  one at 0.00 Gh/s and the other at 8.5 Th/s.   Seems as if this issue with static electricity screws them up.  This also happens when I stepped on the cords with my socks that had static.

I know, sounds dumb, but it literally happens every time.



Static electricity is an equipment killer. It's the reason why compressed air in a can probably still exists. It's also highly recommended
to "ground" yourself while handling electronic devices and equipment, such as miners. New Egg and Amazon have "grounds" for a few dollars.

Note: Do Not rub any balloons on your head before preventative maintenance on your miners!!! Ha!!!

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Help support the BTCitcoin community!!! Mine your BTCitcoin at a non-Corporate pool!!! BTC: 1ShazamjsPnpWDNnk3n2tAiKGMdXaSjay
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April 07, 2018, 09:03:43 PM
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i dont understand your comment.... i dont have rented power, pls read.
Niether did I. I was doing the same thing you are doing. Renting my hash. When not rented it was mining here. Kano banned the ip anyway, as it increases the latency of the hash by adding another site that shares must go through before reaching the pool stratum servers.
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