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April 14, 2015, 05:09:35 PM
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Several of my S5s are running around 20% below what they normally do when on kano.is, but they run full speed on westhash slush, is it just weird luck?
Do you mean when mining here directly or when mining through proxyhash?
proxyhash adds 2 things:
1) proxy latency so you'd expect lower performance (more rejects)
2) excessive extra work restarts so again you'd expect lower performance from that also

I mean mining here directly, I have 4 S5s that have been on the pool straight 32 hours now, two of them are doing what I expect, between 1.12 and 1.13, the other two are still under a th/sec and have been since they switched back over from westhash.  None of them have moved any work units to westhash, so they aren't switching.  Reject rates are under .11%, no HW errors, stales are under .05%

This is however the first time these have been configured to run anything at westhash, I may remove that pool and see what happens after a restart.



All 8 of my SP20E boxes are mining at the rates I expect based on the power I'm giving them.

Latency is just fine from all 4:
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root@antMiner:~# ping stratum.kano.is
PING stratum.kano.is (104.194.28.194): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=0 ttl=58 time=36.334 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=1 ttl=58 time=36.364 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=2 ttl=58 time=36.002 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=3 ttl=58 time=35.985 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=4 ttl=58 time=36.004 ms
^C
--- stratum.kano.is ping statistics ---
5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 35.985/36.137/36.364 ms

Maybe they just need a reboot.  Really weird.
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April 14, 2015, 06:02:17 PM
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Several of my S5s are running around 20% below what they normally do when on kano.is, but they run full speed on westhash slush, is it just weird luck?
Do you mean when mining here directly or when mining through proxyhash?
proxyhash adds 2 things:
1) proxy latency so you'd expect lower performance (more rejects)
2) excessive extra work restarts so again you'd expect lower performance from that also

I mean mining here directly, I have 4 S5s that have been on the pool straight 32 hours now, two of them are doing what I expect, between 1.12 and 1.13, the other two are still under a th/sec and have been since they switched back over from westhash.  None of them have moved any work units to westhash, so they aren't switching.  Reject rates are under .11%, no HW errors, stales are under .05%

This is however the first time these have been configured to run anything at westhash, I may remove that pool and see what happens after a restart.

All 8 of my SP20E boxes are mining at the rates I expect based on the power I'm giving them.

Latency is just fine from all 4:
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root@antMiner:~# ping stratum.kano.is
PING stratum.kano.is (104.194.28.194): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=0 ttl=58 time=36.334 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=1 ttl=58 time=36.364 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=2 ttl=58 time=36.002 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=3 ttl=58 time=35.985 ms
64 bytes from 104.194.28.194: seq=4 ttl=58 time=36.004 ms
^C
--- stratum.kano.is ping statistics ---
5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 35.985/36.137/36.364 ms

Maybe they just need a reboot.  Really weird.

A system reboot fixed whatever was going on, both back to 1.15TH/s average.

oh bitmain.
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April 14, 2015, 08:19:10 PM
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Now I am interested to see how the very large rental I did works in this case.  I peaked at a  1ph for a 3 shift rental minutes 24 hours ago.

 I spent about .5 btc   Since it was only for 4 shifts  does my average stay flat.  If it is the case a huge short rental is more effective. Since you peak the average hash in under 500%.

say 150 shifts = 500%

  If I average 400th over 4 shifts

  4/150 x 400th = 10th average right away? and it stays at 10th basically all the way.

I am basing all calcs on a flat pool rate.  I know if pool rate gets real high my hash average drops.

So far I am in between an average of 5-6th  as I peaked at 1ph over 4 shifts  but the 4 shift average  was 381th.

I also realize that shift count for 500% varies.  

% of the 500% is 90% + 15%   so I have 395% left on my rental.  I suspect I need 3 more blocks to break even.

first payment was 0.099  waiting on the second.

Where are you renting? Sounds interesting...

Nicehash.

  I am renting a few hundred th right now.

Not really seeing how profit can be maximized with this rental service unless you get lucky and find a block on a solo site like solo.CK. Otherwise, it's just a money loop where the platform owner (Nicehash/Wethash) is the only one making a profit. The sellers make what they would at a decent pool and the buyers are just funneling coins trying to get lucky. If the BTC/TH/DAY price was set lower than a buyer could see a constant profit margin. Too risky for me.
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April 14, 2015, 08:45:35 PM
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Now I am interested to see how the very large rental I did works in this case.  I peaked at a  1ph for a 3 shift rental minutes 24 hours ago.

 I spent about .5 btc   Since it was only for 4 shifts  does my average stay flat.  If it is the case a huge short rental is more effective. Since you peak the average hash in under 500%.

say 150 shifts = 500%

  If I average 400th over 4 shifts

  4/150 x 400th = 10th average right away? and it stays at 10th basically all the way.

I am basing all calcs on a flat pool rate.  I know if pool rate gets real high my hash average drops.

So far I am in between an average of 5-6th  as I peaked at 1ph over 4 shifts  but the 4 shift average  was 381th.

I also realize that shift count for 500% varies.  

% of the 500% is 90% + 15%   so I have 395% left on my rental.  I suspect I need 3 more blocks to break even.

first payment was 0.099  waiting on the second.

Where are you renting? Sounds interesting...

Nicehash.

  I am renting a few hundred th right now.

Not really seeing how profit can be maximized with this rental service unless you get lucky and find a block on a solo site like solo.CK. Otherwise, it's just a money loop where the platform owner (Nicehash/Wethash) is the only one making a profit. The sellers make what they would at a decent pool and the buyers are just funneling coins trying to get lucky. If the BTC/TH/DAY price was set lower than a buyer could see a constant profit margin. Too risky for me.

Westhash had extreamly low BTC/TH/DAY price earlier today.  I got 200th at 0.0025 btc/th/day for about 2 hours.  I should have gotten a PH at that price.  Now its back up to 0.0098. 
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April 14, 2015, 09:43:18 PM
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MMM it works... How did I find out?

I'm actually quite happy about this app now.
Setup and forget! It will warn you if your hash rate drops below a threshold, and it will notify you if a block has been found.

Future Plans:
  • I will try to get this to function for CK's solo pool.
  • Huh

Will be updating on Google Play in the next few hours... Cause that how long Google Play takes Cheesy

http://i.imgur.com/v0VTRbgl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/fzh43FMl.jpg
Maybe for an update you could add the word Kano to the pool name Tongue

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April 14, 2015, 09:47:59 PM
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MMM it works... How did I find out?

I'm actually quite happy about this app now.
Setup and forget! It will warn you if your hash rate drops below a threshold, and it will notify you if a block has been found.

Future Plans:
  • I will try to get this to function for CK's solo pool.
  • Huh

Will be updating on Google Play in the next few hours... Cause that how long Google Play takes Cheesy

http://i.imgur.com/v0VTRbgl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/fzh43FMl.jpg
Maybe for an update you could add the word Kano to the pool name Tongue

Nice, will the update feature api support that you mentioned?  Definitely need to show the pool as Kano ckpool.
Looking forward to using this.
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April 14, 2015, 09:51:54 PM
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A system reboot fixed whatever was going on, both back to 1.15TH/s average.

oh bitmain.

My S3+ did the same thing, something in the Bitmain internals probably.  I've even had the asics show -----o and shut it down for an hour and fired it back up to oooooo, so mysterious.
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April 15, 2015, 02:59:00 AM
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Had a rough day at work.  Angry

I was finally able to upload the update to the Android Play store tonight. You guys should see it rolling out to your devices/play store in a few hours from now.

CKPool Stats

Future Plans:
  • Add "kano" to pool name  Wink
  • Solo CKPool (ck-'s pool?) capabilities.
  • Code optimizations.
  • Other user requests if any.

This app has really helped my addiction of checking http://kano.is every few minutes to see if a block has been found. Now my phone will tell me if a block is found Cheesy


Nice, will the update feature api support that you mentioned?  Definitely need to show the pool as Kano ckpool.
Looking forward to using this.
The app can now handle api access. You will need an API key to use the "Block Found" notification feature.

I plan on adding a toggle for Kano or ck- pool endpoints. (Unfortunately that means I'll need to stop mining on Kano so I can actually test the features.)
Damnit guys, you are gonna make me need to be active on two different topics? Perhaps it's time to start my own thread. I like bumping kano's thread though

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April 15, 2015, 03:22:15 AM
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Another noob question, if you have the patience.

My worker shows .269% invalid. What does this mean? (worker = mirahan)

Anticipated thanks. Just trying to learn. It seems I am very slow to catch on to all this. Trying to read as much as I can, but ugh.
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Another noob question, if you have the patience.

My worker shows .269% invalid. What does this mean? (worker = mirahan)

Anticipated thanks. Just trying to learn. It seems I am very slow to catch on to all this. Trying to read as much as I can, but ugh.

that means 99.731 % are good  and .269% are rejects.  so if you have 1000gh

 997.31 gh are counted for earning power.


It is A very good number 0.000 % is best , but  anything  under 1% is pretty good

I checked on you you have 1.02th or 1020gh  same number different way to say it.

So you are more likely to really have 1023gh and that 3gh is lost in transport no big deal.

 At todays prices you are losing 20 cents a month about 2.40 usd a year.  Perfectly normal to lose that much.


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April 15, 2015, 04:06:49 AM
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Had a rough day at work.  Angry

I was finally able to upload the update to the Android Play store tonight. You guys should see it rolling out to your devices/play store in a few hours from now.

CKPool Stats

Future Plans:
  • Add "kano" to pool name  Wink
  • Solo CKPool (ck-'s pool?) capabilities.
  • Code optimizations.
  • Other user requests if any.

This app has really helped my addiction of checking http://kano.is every few minutes to see if a block has been found. Now my phone will tell me if a block is found Cheesy


Nice, will the update feature api support that you mentioned?  Definitely need to show the pool as Kano ckpool.
Looking forward to using this.
The app can now handle api access. You will need an API key to use the "Block Found" notification feature.

I plan on adding a toggle for Kano or ck- pool endpoints. (Unfortunately that means I'll need to stop mining on Kano so I can actually test the features.)
Damnit guys, you are gonna make me need to be active on two different topics? Perhaps it's time to start my own thread. I like bumping kano's thread though

Awesome, will look my my Google Play store update notification. Smiley
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April 15, 2015, 05:09:10 AM
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Another noob question, if you have the patience.

My worker shows .269% invalid. What does this mean? (worker = mirahan)

Anticipated thanks. Just trying to learn. It seems I am very slow to catch on to all this. Trying to read as much as I can, but ugh.
Just to clarify on the absolute values Smiley
On the workers page the "Shares" "Diff" and "Block %" numbers are the total valid numbers (they don't include invalids)
The Invalid% is the % of all shares submitted including the invalid ones (of course)
i.e. Invalid/(Invalid+Shares) * 100%

Same is true of the Shares/Invalids at the top left of the web page.
Shares is the total diff of only the valid shares submitted to the pool
Total ShareDiff submitted to the pool = Shares + Invalids
The % next to Shares is the SharesDiff % of the block difficulty
The % next to Invalids is the InvalidsDiff % of Shares+Invalids

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April 15, 2015, 06:25:54 AM
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I feel we're due for a block party, going to throw 50th/s at the pool for a few days, especially since rates are so low right now.
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April 15, 2015, 06:56:18 AM
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Future Plans:
  • Add "kano" to pool name  Wink
  • Solo CKPool (ck-'s pool?) capabilities.
  • Code optimizations.
  • Other user requests if any.

I plan on adding a toggle for Kano or ck- pool endpoints.

I tried inputing my solo ckpool btc address, but the app didn't recognize it.

I input my kano ckpool api information and that data came right up.

An icon in the top task bar to show it is running would be nice.

Looking forward to solo support and the toggle function.  Thank you!  Do you have a donation address?
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April 15, 2015, 11:26:37 AM
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Thanks for the replies! I was making sure that it wasn't 27% and I was losing 1/4th of my hashing or something. I haven't gotten my first electricity bill yet and my wife and I have a joke/bet running that I will or will not profit. My rate is very cheap, don't know what it is exactlty off hand, but I remember before taxes it was 1.1 cents per kWH. She just thinks I am a nerd LOL.

At any rate we are having fun. My kids run to my office with me to look at the "Giga-Hasher" and see if we hit another block yet. To make it look better I switched my wallet to mBTC units, and we watch the number grow and then go talk smack to momma.  Grin

I am on the road for business, and need to look at what my total cost per kWH is.

BTW - I am adding two more TH/s when I get back on Friday. I bought an S4 unit and it delivered yesterday. Just hope the PSU and fans are OK. Seller says they are, but we shall see. Price was excellent compared to three months ago.

We appreciate you all having us!
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April 15, 2015, 02:13:26 PM
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Future Plans:
  • Add "kano" to pool name  Wink
  • Solo CKPool (ck-'s pool?) capabilities.
  • Code optimizations.
  • Other user requests if any.

I plan on adding a toggle for Kano or ck- pool endpoints.

I tried inputing my solo ckpool btc address, but the app didn't recognize it.

I input my kano ckpool api information and that data came right up.

An icon in the top task bar to show it is running would be nice.

Looking forward to solo support and the toggle function.  Thank you!  Do you have a donation address?

Sorry, its not yet ready for solo ck pool yet.
I will try to get it ready by this weekend Cheesy I'll keep you updated

Donation address is in the app, or:

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April 15, 2015, 02:20:04 PM
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Payout 352126 sent
ceb67d08d9a3f400f388476f5e927e6be04785312048537c96a31ad63f657364
and confirmed

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April 15, 2015, 04:08:06 PM
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Payout 352126 sent
ceb67d08d9a3f400f388476f5e927e6be04785312048537c96a31ad63f657364
and confirmed

thank you

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April 16, 2015, 04:48:18 AM
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block party!!!

need more please lots more.

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April 16, 2015, 05:08:11 AM
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thanks for that !!

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