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 April 19, 2018, 10:51:29 AM

Good morning Miners,
Does the pay out for each block go on your N Average ?
"Your N Avg" is a calculation so you can see what your average hash rate was for the whole 5Nd of the reward.
Same for "N Avg" for the Pool's hash rate.

"N Avg" = "N Diff" / "N Range"

"Your BTC" is your fraction of the work done in the 5Nd times "Miner Reward"
which is: "Miner Reward" * ("Your N Diff" / "N Diff")

Of course that's the same as "Your N Avg" / "N Avg" since:
"Your N Avg" / "N Avg" = ("Your N Diff" / "N Range") / ("N Diff" / "N Range") = "Your N Diff" / "N Diff"

Only the BTC values shown there are to full accuracy, so you will get some rounding errors if you do the calculation yourself.

Hi Kano,

I know the numbers are fractional but its more just to get an understanding of the differences in payout for the last few blocks

518796   2018-Apr-18 15:11   12.91089522   19.265T   159hr 32m 34s   144.06PHs   0.01%   1.511G   11.30THs   0.00101247
518767   2018-Apr-18 10:42   12.56059595   19.245T   159hr 24m 25s   144.03PHs   0.01%   1.512G   11.31THs   0.00098664
518762   2018-Apr-18 10:11   12.42885719   19.283T   159hr 43m 7s   144.04PHs   0.01%   1.514G   11.31THs   0.00097598
518453   2018-Apr-16 10:08   12.67693429   19.208T   158hr 5m 55s   144.95PHs   0.01%   1.530G   11.55THs   0.00100984

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 April 19, 2018, 12:22:37 PM

The only thing I see is the difference in block sizes. Since we get the full block plus transaction fees minus the pool fee (0.9%) the larger the block the larger your payout with everything else being approximately equal.

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 April 19, 2018, 12:28:00 PM

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Hi Kano,

I know the numbers are fractional but its more just to get an understanding of the differences in payout for the last few blocks

518796   2018-Apr-18 15:11   12.91089522   19.265T   159hr 32m 34s   144.06PHs   0.01%   1.511G   11.30THs   0.00101247
518767   2018-Apr-18 10:42   12.56059595   19.245T   159hr 24m 25s   144.03PHs   0.01%   1.512G   11.31THs   0.00098664
518762   2018-Apr-18 10:11   12.42885719   19.283T   159hr 43m 7s   144.04PHs   0.01%   1.514G   11.31THs   0.00097598
518453   2018-Apr-16 10:08   12.67693429   19.208T   158hr 5m 55s   144.95PHs   0.01%   1.530G   11.55THs   0.00100984
"Miner Reward" varies and is in this case the main reason why your BTC values changed.

Again, it's your fraction of the work times "Miner Reward"
The last block was a long network block so was 12.9 BTC, above the current standard amount.

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 April 19, 2018, 12:40:11 PM

Was there a server outage (US) last night?  All my miners failed over to 3rd pool for a few minutes around 5:24 utc
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 April 19, 2018, 12:58:11 PM

Good morning Miners,
Does the pay out for each block go on your N Average ?
"Your N Avg" is a calculation so you can see what your average hash rate was for the whole 5Nd of the reward.
Same for "N Avg" for the Pool's hash rate.

"N Avg" = "N Diff" / "N Range"

"Your BTC" is your fraction of the work done in the 5Nd times "Miner Reward"
which is: "Miner Reward" * ("Your N Diff" / "N Diff")

Of course that's the same as "Your N Avg" / "N Avg" since:
"Your N Avg" / "N Avg" = ("Your N Diff" / "N Range") / ("N Diff" / "N Range") = "Your N Diff" / "N Diff"

Only the BTC values shown there are to full accuracy, so you will get some rounding errors if you do the calculation yourself.
That would be awesome if you could add this as a Help > Definitions page on the website to mitigate these types of questions. Maybe add some more definitions to cover the other pages like the Shift Graph and Workers page. Thanks!

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 April 19, 2018, 12:58:57 PM

Was there a server outage (US) last night?  All my miners failed over to 3rd pool for a few minutes around 5:24 utc

No failover here in the eastern USA
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 April 19, 2018, 01:08:59 PM

Ok, who has one of the s7's I donated to Sidehack for him to uv/uc and resell, specifically the one with Ant45s7b6 written on it?

At least one of the pool settings is still pointed at me as a failover and it came alive about 8P Eastern last night. While I appreciate the brief added hash rate ya might want to make sure it remains pointed at your user name and not mine...

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 April 19, 2018, 01:09:30 PM

Was there a server outage (US) last night?  All my miners failed over to 3rd pool for a few minutes around 5:24 utc

No failover here in the eastern USA
Same here no failover USA
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 April 19, 2018, 01:19:17 PM

Ok, who has one of the s7's I donated to Sidehack for him to uv/uc and resell, specifically the one with Ant45s7b6 written on it?

At least one of the pool settings is still pointed at me as a failover and it came alive about 8P Eastern last night. While I appreciate the brief added hash rate ya might want to make sure it remains pointed at your user name and not mine...

lol and you complain. what if they hit a block

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 April 19, 2018, 01:36:03 PM

Was there a server outage (US) last night?  All my miners failed over to 3rd pool for a few minutes around 5:24 utc
Nope nothing around 7:24 UTC (for many hours)

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 April 19, 2018, 02:21:23 PM

Huh   Guess it coulda been my ISP but it had no problem switching to 3rd pool and mining a little dust.  I have US west as #1 and US east as #2  and they all failed to #3 for about 5-10 min.  Shift graph shows the event @ 5:24 utc, not sure how accurate that is.  3rd pool shows all workers logged in @ 5:45 utc then zero @5:55 utc.  Maybe I had an isp outage @ 5:24 and the miners were just trying to connect anywhere they could and happened to hit pool #3 when the internet came back up?
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 April 19, 2018, 02:32:36 PM

Huh   Guess it coulda been my ISP but it had no problem switching to 3rd pool and mining a little dust.  I have US west as #1 and US east as #2  and they all failed to #3 for about 5-10 min.  Shift graph shows the event @ 5:24 utc, not sure how accurate that is.  3rd pool shows all workers logged in @ 5:45 utc then zero @5:55 utc.  Maybe I had an isp outage @ 5:24 and the miners were just trying to connect anywhere they could and happened to hit pool #3 when the internet came back up?
The failover code in the miner is full of all sorts of fail.
I've seen miners that failover to pool3 instead of pool2 when there's nothing wrong with pool2.
(and it takes 5 minutes to work out that a pool is alive again ... yawn)

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 April 19, 2018, 02:46:31 PM

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The failover code in the miner is full of all sorts of fail.

HEHE
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 April 19, 2018, 03:07:23 PM

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Hi Kano,

I know the numbers are fractional but its more just to get an understanding of the differences in payout for the last few blocks

518796   2018-Apr-18 15:11   12.91089522   19.265T   159hr 32m 34s   144.06PHs   0.01%   1.511G   11.30THs   0.00101247
518767   2018-Apr-18 10:42   12.56059595   19.245T   159hr 24m 25s   144.03PHs   0.01%   1.512G   11.31THs   0.00098664
518762   2018-Apr-18 10:11   12.42885719   19.283T   159hr 43m 7s   144.04PHs   0.01%   1.514G   11.31THs   0.00097598
518453   2018-Apr-16 10:08   12.67693429   19.208T   158hr 5m 55s   144.95PHs   0.01%   1.530G   11.55THs   0.00100984
"Miner Reward" varies and is in this case the main reason why your BTC values changed.

Again, it's your fraction of the work times "Miner Reward"
The last block was a long network block so was 12.9 BTC, above the current standard amount.

No worries, wasn't complaining just making sure i understand whats going on .

So far all happy with the mining For Kano. New M3 miner with a higher T/h on route s o as soon as it's here will be added to Kano .

Mine on Kano San !!!!!!!
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 April 19, 2018, 03:11:50 PM

Too bad threatening our miners with the scrap heap has ceased to work after three blocks yesterday.

Their onto us...

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 April 19, 2018, 03:19:44 PM

~  Maybe I had an isp outage @ 5:24 and the miners were just trying to connect anywhere they could and happened to hit pool #3 when the internet came back up?
The failover code in the miner is full of all sorts of fail.
I've seen miners that failover to pool3 instead of pool2 when there's nothing wrong with pool2.
(and it takes 5 minutes to work out that a pool is alive again ... yawn)

I have one Ant that frequently tells me that NYA is dead. Miner next to it, on the same network (duh), NYA, US, and NL are all alive. Check it 3 minutes later, it's all good.

There's only one thing to do:

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 April 19, 2018, 03:36:45 PM

is stratum+tcp://sg.kano.is:3333 down? it's showing dead every time i checked, now temp on jp.
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 April 19, 2018, 05:20:25 PM

I collected some very pretty dust this past week. Love it.
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 April 19, 2018, 05:22:52 PM

Amount too small = dust = less than 10,000 satoshi - that was simply hard coded for the payments page.

I'd guessed the *00 and *000 amounts per block were too small to get paid out with the next block mined - will they just sit there until the total is > 10,000 sats (mine has been for a while) or until the next block has my %age/shares totally > 10,000 sats ?

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