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April 29, 2018, 07:58:41 PM
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ok, now monday 2 or 3 blocks and April is saved...


March and April have been great months even if we don't hit another block until May.  Trust me, I'm root for another one in less than 5 hours to make it a 4 block day.  haha

Yeah, I started April 6 and I'm pretty ahead of my electrical costs. No complaints here.

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April 29, 2018, 08:07:23 PM
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Kano is the guy for API. (That has a nice ring to it) He just helped a few of us a couple of days ago. I'm sure that he will help you. Be sure to check back to see.
Kano is the guy for API - no doubt about that! Smiley
I just think I read earlier in this thread that the API in Ebit miners is quite different from what is included in cgminer. But maybe I am mixing things up (I wasn't closely following all these API things at that time).


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Also, no need to apologize, this thread is very helpful. People just have to ask. Goodluck!!!
There are (were?) people here getting distracted because of new block celebrations...
So my question is definitely off the main topic of this thread.


Oh! And thanks to Canaan for the Blooooooock! Cheesy
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April 29, 2018, 08:39:39 PM
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Kano is the guy for API - no doubt about that! Smiley
I just think I read earlier in this thread that the API in Ebit miners is quite different from what is included in cgminer. But maybe I am mixing things up (I wasn't closely following all these API things at that time).

I believe that you are correct about the Ebit API, and indeed, Kano, helped us with cgminer communicating with Awesome Miner. However, I was suggesting, Kano could probably help you, or at the very least, suggest something that could help.
 
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There are (were?) people here getting distracted because of new block celebrations...
So my question is definitely off the main topic of this thread.


No harm, no foul is the rule I understand about "off topic" here. There have been a few "sticks in the mud", but this is a very helpful community. People celebrate, and have fun, but whenever someone needs a serious question answered, they generally get a Helpful answer. Be that, equipment, wallets, utilities, or understanding the pool policy....etc, it's ok to ask for guidance and/or help.

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April 29, 2018, 10:19:02 PM
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Hi all.  I had over a PH of Kano hash go offline this morning.  Not a problem with the pool, just had ~150 antminers decide to not talk on my network.  Going nuts trying to figure out whats going on.  Any assistance would be appreciated.  Details at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3444035.msg35897218#msg35897218

hard reset on small button next to lan connector and should be ok

if not it might be this

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitmain-can-remotely-shut-down-your-antminer-and-everyone-elses/

Good thought, but ended up being old fashioned flaky network gear.  Pretty sure the "Antbleed" stuff was removed from their firmware - it was just bad press.

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April 29, 2018, 10:25:49 PM
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Hello there
Which should I use for Sweden (Umeå)

stratum+tcp://stratum.kano.is:3333 or
stratum+tcp://de.kano.is:3333 or
stratum+tcp://nl.kano.is:3333

Antminer (if you are using that client) - Network and next to setting is diagnostics

Insert the links there and you will find the best one.

Also you can check the ping independently by using http://www.meter.net/ping-test/

How ? Sad

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Yeah you can't use a normal ping on the AWSLS servers - which most on the nodes now are.
You'd need to do a "tcp ping" on port 8080

I've been googling around looking for some easy to use and readily available tcp ping programs - I'll update the first post once I work out the easiest one's to use that are most readily part of the OSes or easiest (and safest) to get.

But for google help - search for "tcp ping" and if you find one, use port 8080 on each node.

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April 29, 2018, 10:40:08 PM
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Kano is the guy for API. (That has a nice ring to it) He just helped a few of us a couple of days ago. I'm sure that he will help you. Be sure to check back to see.
Kano is the guy for API - no doubt about that! Smiley
I just think I read earlier in this thread that the API in Ebit miners is quite different from what is included in cgminer. But maybe I am mixing things up (I wasn't closely following all these API things at that time).
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I'm not sure what is in an Ebit miner - but if it does have the standard API I wrote then it should work the same as any other miner.
The first catch is enabling access, as I explained to Shazam here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg35700328#msg35700328

If it does use my API, then there's a bunch of ways to talk to it once it's enabled
There's a command line java class in the git that will work on any OS

See here: https://github.com/kanoi/cgminer
API.class (and API.java)

and also a PHP web page that you can do most anything with, with enough effort Smiley
https://github.com/kanoi/cgminer/blob/master/miner.php

But you'd need to read that link I mentioned before:
https://github.com/kanoi/cgminer/blob/master/API-README

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April 29, 2018, 11:44:03 PM
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I just found this for Windows:
https://networkguy.de/?p=771

Results:


Edit: I also got a response from sg.kano.is:3333

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April 29, 2018, 11:51:55 PM
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I'm not sure what is in an Ebit miner - but if it does have the standard API I wrote then it should work the same as any other miner.
The first catch is enabling access, as I explained to Shazam here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg35700328#msg35700328

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Thanks a lot for the response!
Is there a quick way to check if the API access is enabled by default? There's an application provided by Ebit that is capable of setting  miners configuration. I don't know how it works exactly (I never even installed it), but I guess it may be using this very same API...

Otherwise... The web interface of Ebit allows very little things to be configured. The cgminer configuration part only allows to set three pools (a combination of a servername, a username and a password). That's it.

And there's no telnet / ssh access, too. There's a guy here on this forum stating he can help to get root access to Ebit devices. But he wants to know the MAC address of the machine, and expects me to install his software (with a pre-defined root password) onto the miner. I don't really want to do it this way. He also mentioned there's a way to get root access by doing some hardware mod (I guess he meant connecting something like a serial console and going through a password recovery routine). But he doesn't want to share the details and I was unable to find any other information about it.

If there's anyone successfully using an API to monitor (or maybe even control?) Ebit devices, please share your experience!
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April 30, 2018, 12:10:21 AM
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I just found this for Windows:
https://networkguy.de/?p=771

Results:
https://i.imgur.com/ULf3Mzg.png

Edit: I also got a response from sg.kano.is:3333
Excellent Smiley But stick to port 8080 but don't use 3333 Tongue

The reason to use tcping, is to compare the different nodes to work out which is closest.
But don't take too much notice of the actual numbers it returns vs a normal ping Smiley

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April 30, 2018, 12:19:29 AM
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Edit: I also got a response from sg.kano.is:3333
Excellent Smiley But stick to port 8080 but don't use 3333 Tongue

The reason to use tcping, is to compare the different nodes to work out which is closest.
But don't take too much notice of the actual numbers it returns vs a normal ping Smiley

I had to try a couple of different ports just because, but I used port 8080 to compare nodes.

And thank you for the reading list, earlier.  Smiley  School's never over....

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April 30, 2018, 12:22:49 AM
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I'm not sure what is in an Ebit miner - but if it does have the standard API I wrote then it should work the same as any other miner.
The first catch is enabling access, as I explained to Shazam here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.msg35700328#msg35700328

...

Thanks a lot for the response!
Is there a quick way to check if the API access is enabled by default? There's an application provided by Ebit that is capable of setting  miners configuration. I don't know how it works exactly (I never even installed it), but I guess it may be using this very same API...

Otherwise... The web interface of Ebit allows very little things to be configured. The cgminer configuration part only allows to set three pools (a combination of a servername, a username and a password). That's it.

And there's no telnet / ssh access, too. There's a guy here on this forum stating he can help to get root access to Ebit devices. But he wants to know the MAC address of the machine, and expects me to install his software (with a pre-defined root password) onto the miner. I don't really want to do it this way. He also mentioned there's a way to get root access by doing some hardware mod (I guess he meant connecting something like a serial console and going through a password recovery routine). But he doesn't want to share the details and I was unable to find any other information about it.

If there's anyone successfully using an API to monitor (or maybe even control?) Ebit devices, please share your experience!
Even I wouldn't suggest you give ME that sort of access to your miners Tongue
The source code of anything I've provided for people to use is there in public gits - and even my Ant miner changes were all readable changes for everything except the cgminer binary - and the cgminer binary was of course compiled from the public available code that I linked also.

Trusting someone to have full access to your miners is VERY risky and up to you to decide if you are willing to go that far.

Getting it to work, I guess depends on what it really is running inside it and how it runs it.
There's a simple hack to add extra commands to anything running cgminer by adding those extra commands onto the end of the pool after a space.
But again that depends on what they use and how they run it and pass the data you provide.

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April 30, 2018, 02:16:22 AM
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Hi all.  I had over a PH of Kano hash go offline this morning.  Not a problem with the pool, just had ~150 antminers decide to not talk on my network.  Going nuts trying to figure out whats going on.  Any assistance would be appreciated.  Details at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3444035.msg35897218#msg35897218
Ironically it appears that I cannot post on that thread.  I have used pfsense for years and although it mostly works flawlessly, I have seen it with hickups - especially after an update.  If you back it up (I usually do one with everything including RDS and extensions, and one without the addons) then rebuild it.  Once you get to the wizard, just click on the diagnostics menu and restore the backup.  I have found the best luck without the addons and then just manually reinstall those later on.  Not sure if that will help, but may be worth a try since it only takes about 10 minutes.

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April 30, 2018, 02:49:50 AM
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Hi all.  I had over a PH of Kano hash go offline this morning.  Not a problem with the pool, just had ~150 antminers decide to not talk on my network.  Going nuts trying to figure out whats going on.  Any assistance would be appreciated.  Details at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3444035.msg35897218#msg35897218
Ironically it appears that I cannot post on that thread.  I have used pfsense for years and although it mostly works flawlessly, I have seen it with hickups - especially after an update.  If you back it up (I usually do one with everything including RDS and extensions, and one without the addons) then rebuild it.  Once you get to the wizard, just click on the diagnostics menu and restore the backup.  I have found the best luck without the addons and then just manually reinstall those later on.  Not sure if that will help, but may be worth a try since it only takes about 10 minutes.

Hi sorry... I resolved the issue, although it took me 7 hours of trial and error due to the nature of the failure on one of the switches.  Therefore I locked that other thread.

Fortunately, it was NOT PFSense, but rather a Netgear GS316 gone flaky.  Would have been a lot shorter day if it, and an old TP-Link switch I used for testing, had just outright died instead of kinda-work-sometimes.

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April 30, 2018, 03:00:07 AM
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I've been mining to Exodus desktop wallet for a while. Today when I opened it I got a warning that it seems like I'm mining there or keep getting small frequent payments and because of the fees adding up from number of small payments they are at the moment over half my balance if I was to send my BTC somwhere else Huh

I paniced for a while, but there must have been something wrong with the info because now when looking at my available balance it's about 96 % of my total balance. Hope this is the case.

Anyway Exodus doesn't seem to be the right choice to mine to. I know I read about Electrum somewhere (maybe that was discussed in this thread) and I also installed it and changed my payout address from Kano there today to try it out. I'll see what happens when the next block matures.

When sending BTC from Electrum there seems to be a setting for the fees depending on how long (how many blocks) I'm prepared to wait for until the transaction. As I find Exodus much more newbie-friendly I was thinking about mining to Electrum for a while (maybe 5 blocks to try it out) and then try to send everything to Exodus at once with the fee setting targeted at, for example within, 10 blocks which would keep the fees down.

Is this a good or bad idea and what would you insted suggest to keep the fees as low as possible?

It's always safest to mine to an address where you have control over the private key. If you export your private key to Electrum you can make use of Electrum's fee setting without needing to change mining address.

I consolidate whenever I see a large amount of small TX's (10+) - latest Electrum 3.1.3 tells me in advance how many bytes the transaction is going to be and I can set 1 sat/byte directly. My personal practice is mining to 1 hardware wallet, and consolidate to a second hardware wallet.

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Hi sorry... I resolved the issue, although it took me 7 hours of trial and error due to the nature of the failure on one of the switches.  Therefore I locked that other thread.
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Seems quite a few regular posters had issues with farms (big and small) over the last week - and Kano does exceptionally well over the weekend  Grin

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April 30, 2018, 03:09:37 AM
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Hi sorry... I resolved the issue, although it took me 7 hours of trial and error due to the nature of the failure on one of the switches.  Therefore I locked that other thread.
Makes me feel much better about my 7 hour outage, which is probably like a minute for you. Smiley

Still sorry yours was down like that, but ya gotta love that 5Nd, though! Wink

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+1 @kano  Wink

Keep up the Good Work old boy!

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For people that love numbers.  Here are my stats for the month with an average of about 15.99 THs.


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TUQ7eEWaMKaAW1QjAHy34KL9nQ09R6dPrRELAH7gG0I/edit?usp=sharing
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April 30, 2018, 03:54:51 AM
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Was there again a small issue with the NL node? 28.04 ~17:00 UTC
Yeah it actually reconnected a few times Sad
All the reconnects were immediate though, so no alerts.
Well the AWS option is in the UK, so I guess that's what I could move it to since it will probably have similar response times for Iceland.
OK that'll be the next node I'll update.
I've added a new node: UK uk.kano.is
This is the replacement for the NL node that will be switched off at some point.

Firstly, no one needs to do anything, all changes are automatic and DNS is now set so that NL points to UK.

The ping time from the UK node to the main server is a few ms faster than the NL node.
The ping time from the UK node to Iceland is a couple of ms slower than the NL node.
So ... possibly about a ms faster overall Smiley

Anyone who reconnects to NL from now on (a few miners have already) will connect to the new UK node.

In 8 hours (12:00 UTC) I'll failover all miners left on the NL node so that they'll automatically reconnect to the UK node.

Mine on! Smiley

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April 30, 2018, 04:11:52 AM
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Argh! Co-locating stinks! Main miner isn't hashing... Cry
Hip, hip, hash-away! Both meager miners are relocated and humming along quite nicely in their new habitat! Cool

Edit: But, I'm not done moving yet, so "let the good [blocks] roll"! Cool

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Thanks, Kano That cleared my misconceptions right up! Now lets block party chicken dance style for the rest of this month Cheesy  Grin Grin
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