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September 11, 2018, 11:29:53 AM
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With the weather we're having on the East Coast, I decided to test out my Avalon+KanoPool heat pump...

Ahh, nice and toasty!
Looks great BSG, how well does it work?
Thanks! The kitchen+office--thermostat's in the office--was 72°F when we left for dinner!
Update: Looks like I'll have to wait until its colder... My wife couldn't take the heat, so she had to get out of the kitchen! Grin

I switched it back to exhausting out the window until late-Fall/early-Winter.

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September 11, 2018, 01:27:07 PM
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How's the noise with the ducting like that?
I'd have to say, it's not much louder than an oscillating fan.

That's perfect actually.  Something to look at for my office at work in the winter. 
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September 11, 2018, 01:51:57 PM
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Datacenter decided to move me up the street so 2/3 of my fleet will be down for 3 weeks.
Ouch!

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September 11, 2018, 02:19:41 PM
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Datacenter decided to move me up the street so 2/3 of my fleet will be down for 3 weeks.
Ouch!


3 weeks???

naturally, they will compensate revenue losses....?
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September 11, 2018, 02:53:16 PM
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Datacenter decided to move me up the street so 2/3 of my fleet will be down for 3 weeks.
Ouch!


3 weeks???

naturally, they will compensate revenue losses....?
It's a wash. They charge $1000 week, only making $1000 week now. Unless BTC price bumps up.
They will just stop charging for the weeks i'm down.

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September 11, 2018, 06:23:18 PM
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How's the noise with the ducting like that?
I'd have to say, it's not much louder than an oscillating fan.
That's perfect actually.  Something to look at for my office at work in the winter.  
One idea I thought of is that the opening of the ductwork could be extended and silenced some by forming a sheet of that egg-crate shaped soundproofing foam around it.

I'll keep ya posted.

Edit: Just to clarify things, I wasn't meaning to block the opening but instead to extend the ductwork with a cylinder of soundproofing.

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September 11, 2018, 07:49:03 PM
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Do keep an eye on miner chip temps as you are drastically reducing airflow through the casings...

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September 11, 2018, 07:55:58 PM
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better try the sounddampening air hose, Sonoconnect. It really really makes the sound go away. You will find then though, that the pumping of the air thru the cooling fins on the chips make a hell of a noise as well, wich comes from the casing itself.
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September 11, 2018, 11:08:50 PM
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Just a reminder about those BAD for the network empty blocks and how all the large pools generate them.
Including slush who lies saying they don't do it:

Block 540991 found by slush was an EMPTY block 274 bytes.

Checking our main bitcoind for the real info on that block shows:

Previous block:
2018-09-11 22:44:55 UpdateTip: new best=00000000000000000023747d9c9628984b52a0f6069bb8f2286f40f2792110e8 height=540990

Our first work we sent out, after that block had used up some of the transactions:
2018-09-11 22:44:55 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3965654 txs: 3276 of 15600 fees: 0.09606374 sigops 21259

Yep there were still 15600 transactions in the mempool, we produced work for a full block after that block change with 3276 transactions

Then 9 seconds later slush's EMPTY block - yep instead of sending their miners work for a full block, they sent them work for an EMPTY block:
2018-09-11 22:45:04 UpdateTip: new best=0000000000000000001cb5dcc5ed9e8adf80de43d3661bc3cbb30defb2c1a492 height=540991

Our first work after block 540991:
2018-09-11 22:45:04 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3965242 txs: 3279 of 15609 fees: 0.09623248 sigops 21244

Yep slush didn't use up any of the transactions - though of course you can see that on any block chain site by the fact that height=540991 is an EMPTY block
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/540991

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September 12, 2018, 01:13:43 AM
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Do keep an eye on miner chip temps as you are drastically reducing airflow through the casings...
Thanks for the warning. Pretty steadily they've been 30-35/80-90 as I use a mostly straight 6" semi-rigid aluminum vent.

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September 12, 2018, 01:18:12 AM
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Just a reminder about those BAD for the network empty blocks and how all the large pools generate them.
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Yep slush didn't use up any of the transactions - though of course you can see that on any block chain site by the fact that height=540991 is an EMPTY block
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/540991
Nice investigative work there super-sleuth!

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September 12, 2018, 08:27:05 PM
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I'm sure not the only one here hosting at cryptoboreas, probably another thread on this topic but they shut down and landlord holding all miners. Thats where almost all of mine are and thus unable to mine here till this is resolved. By the time that happens, all my miners will be worthless. I know there are a few people with 5+ PH in miners also hosting there, what are we to do? Anyone have any more info or link to thread?
Apparently some of the smaller miners were going to be transferred to GND in Labrador City last week
(I've actually spent a few days at that GND datacentre that is quite literally out in the middle of nowhere)
I've no idea what actually happened with the transfer though,
but it would appear it hasn't happened yet.
The outage started around Aug-14 17:30 UTC

The people that chose to have their miners moved to GND are going to be have their gear moved very soon (like in a week). Most of the people affected chose to stay with us though and have their gear relocated to our other two shops.

Anyway, this problem has been resolved 100% and everyone will get back to hashing very soon.

If anyone has any questions please just e-mail us ( see our website) instead of posting on non official forum threads as you are not likely to get properly informed.

Note: I don't follow this thread so please don't ask me questions here. I just happen to randomly come across it and noticed us being mentioned.

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September 12, 2018, 09:27:51 PM
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I'm sure not the only one here hosting at cryptoboreas, probably another thread on this topic but they shut down and landlord holding all miners. Thats where almost all of mine are and thus unable to mine here till this is resolved. By the time that happens, all my miners will be worthless. I know there are a few people with 5+ PH in miners also hosting there, what are we to do? Anyone have any more info or link to thread?
Apparently some of the smaller miners were going to be transferred to GND in Labrador City last week
(I've actually spent a few days at that GND datacentre that is quite literally out in the middle of nowhere)
I've no idea what actually happened with the transfer though,
but it would appear it hasn't happened yet.
The outage started around Aug-14 17:30 UTC

The people that chose to have their miners moved to GND are going to be have their gear moved very soon (like in a week). Most of the people affected chose to stay with us though and have their gear relocated to our other two shops.

Anyway, this problem has been resolved 100% and everyone will get back to hashing very soon.

If anyone has any questions please just e-mail us ( see our website) instead of posting on non official forum threads as you are not likely to get properly informed.

Note: I don't follow this thread so please don't ask me questions here. I just happen to randomly come across it and noticed us being mentioned.

Most people would not be happy about having miners doing nothing for a month ...

Not sure why you are telling me to not post in my own thread ...

100% means they are mining, they're not yet.

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September 12, 2018, 09:34:59 PM
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I'm sure not the only one here hosting at cryptoboreas, probably another thread on this topic but they shut down and landlord holding all miners. Thats where almost all of mine are and thus unable to mine here till this is resolved. By the time that happens, all my miners will be worthless. I know there are a few people with 5+ PH in miners also hosting there, what are we to do? Anyone have any more info or link to thread?
Apparently some of the smaller miners were going to be transferred to GND in Labrador City last week
(I've actually spent a few days at that GND datacentre that is quite literally out in the middle of nowhere)
I've no idea what actually happened with the transfer though,
but it would appear it hasn't happened yet.
The outage started around Aug-14 17:30 UTC

The people that chose to have their miners moved to GND are going to be have their gear moved very soon (like in a week). Most of the people affected chose to stay with us though and have their gear relocated to our other two shops.

Anyway, this problem has been resolved 100% and everyone will get back to hashing very soon.

If anyone has any questions please just e-mail us ( see our website) instead of posting on non official forum threads as you are not likely to get properly informed.

Note: I don't follow this thread so please don't ask me questions here. I just happen to randomly come across it and noticed us being mentioned.

Most people would not be happy about having miners doing nothing for a month ...

Not sure why you are telling me to not post in my own thread ...

I was not addressing you directly.

Most people would also understand that it was beyond our control and not of our own choosing. Other mining shops in the area suffered the same fate. Most of our customers were understanding and worked with us to resolve this unforeseen problem, and it has been resolved.

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100% means they are mining, they're not yet.

You are just bone picking and being cantankerous for no reason. I'll just chalk that one up for just you being your usual self  Cheesy

This is all moot right now, so no point in talking about it. Moving on. Happy mining.



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September 13, 2018, 02:15:23 PM
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This block is being a beast. Hope it pops soon.

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September 13, 2018, 04:17:51 PM
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This block is being a beast. Hope it pops soon.
"Sweet isn't as sweet without bitter."

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September 14, 2018, 12:37:43 PM
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Block! by Canaan! Cheesy

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September 14, 2018, 12:47:49 PM
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Block! by Canaan! Cheesy

Finally!!

What an awful ugly horrifying monster of a block!  Huh


Can't you write a script that sends these blocks to the bitmain pool?  Cheesy Cheesy
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September 14, 2018, 01:05:26 PM
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Block! by Canaan! Cheesy

Finally!!

What an awful ugly horrifying monster of a block!  Huh


Can't you write a script that sends these blocks to the bitmain pool?  Cheesy Cheesy
I prefer we keep them Smiley

Also it was only 327% which is expected, on average, over a large number of blocks, about 1 in 26.3 blocks (on all pools) to be worse than that.

As for the month so far, we're less than 1 block behind (0.36 to be exact) - so nothing to be concerned about.

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September 14, 2018, 01:25:07 PM
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Block! by Canaan! Cheesy

Thanks Canaan!  This is our 1st of BLOCK FRIDAY! Cheesy

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