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  • Nov 26 2017 05:00
    @hellcatz banned @isoneguy
  • Sep 26 2017 19:07
    @hellcatz banned @isoneguy_twitter
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
yeah
vhater been doing that long time hehe
ItllAllEndSoon
@ItllAllEndSoon
luckpool.net website certificate expired?
Onkel-Johann24
@Onkel-Johann24
@hellcatz Pool Site not running!? Please have a look to your certificate.
hellcatz
@hellcatz
@Onkel-Johann24 all good
Yeah, the auto-renew failed...I had to intervene sorry guys
ItllAllEndSoon
@ItllAllEndSoon
thank you for taking time out of your holiday to fix the issue
VhaTer
@VhaTer
Mornite
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
mornite
:)
hellcatz always there
cat never rest
hehehe
Faisal Wahab
@Catalyst789_twitter
@hellcatz Is it possible to mine verushash on hiveos?
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
mornite peeps
VhaTer
@VhaTer
alt
@dudezmobi
Faisal Wahab
@Catalyst789_twitter
Yeah.. When
Potificate
@Potificate
ugh... it's been about 8 days on hybrid and I only have a day's worth of regular earnings... and the days count on my asic's luck has gone up, not down
wondering if it's worth it to grunt it out... math says no
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
yeah join my staking
hellcatz
@hellcatz
@Potificate With only a single rig, you are probably better off sticking to pool mode ...
hellcatz
@hellcatz
^ If you want a more "stable" stream in crypto, stick to pool mode...
Hybrid mode doesn't produce nearly as "stable" flow for small miner ...
Potificate
@Potificate
@hellcatz Thanks... that's what I thought... I guess I'll give up now and consider the missed earnings my "tuition"
hellcatz
@hellcatz
Now, if you switch and block ... don't kick yourself too hard :laughing:
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
hehe
Potificate
@Potificate
@hellcatz I won't ... I realise that there is a risk in any decision
now.. if I somehow manage to get another 28 Z11's for free, I'll be back with hybrid again :-P
dudezmobi
@dudezmobi
hehe
Ionut Tudorache
@ntionut_twitter
hello! What is happenig with the Hush Pool?
hellcatz
@hellcatz
@ntionut_twitter I'll look into it
hellcatz
@hellcatz
@ntionut_twitter I found the issue. Unfortunately, those orphaned blocks are reported orphaned as they were minted to an address that does not belong to the pool.
I will be giving a Hush reward out soon to make up for them.
The issue has also been resolved. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
Potificate
@Potificate
One thing I've noticed: For a couple weeks, my poolside reported hashrate was consistently higher than what my ASIC was reporting (on ZEN) and now it's the opposite... ASIC is reporting the same hashrate as ever, but now poolside is the same difference only to the negative (about 10 KSols less than ASIC reportage) ... I get that there is variance between the two measures depending on how many actual shares provided, but with GPUs I only noticed poolside being less, not more. Was I just lucky when I started and now I'm just regressing to the mean?
hellcatz
@hellcatz
The pool and miner calculate "hashrate" differently. The pool doesn't actually know your "hash solving rate". It has to "guess" based on the shares that are submitted to the pool by your miner.
.... i try to explain difference ...
First, your miner knows how many "hashes" it has solved in a certain time window. So your miner will have a more consistent view of actual hashes solved.
The miner checks the "solved hash" if it meets the "share requirement" for difficulty and submits to pool if it does.
The pool has to "guestimate" what your hashrate is based on the difficulty and amount of shares submitted in a certain time window.
Since the miner will not "consitently" find shares perfectly timed apart, this is where you see the fluctuation on pool side.
For example, if your miner finds 20 shares in 10 minutes. Then in the next 10 minutes only finds 10 shares. You may see your hashrate drop almost 50%. on the pool.
Now, in the next 10 minutes, you may submit 30 shares... making the pool report a much higher hashrate.
This would result in the hashrate going higher than what your miner reports...
I hope that makes sense :smile:
Potificate
@Potificate
It does... but the data to which I am referring is the 24hr line and it's pretty smooth until recently when it started angling downwards. Another thing that I have found is that, after a broadband outage, my Z11 needs rebooting as the hashrate is significantly less upon reconnection. I'm guessing that's because the outage throws off the autotuning algorithm it uses for frequencies and a reboot starts all assumptions from scratch
hellcatz
@hellcatz
You may have a pesky hash board in the Z11 faulting. The Z9M has 3 hashing boards. Some people had issues with one of the hashing boards faulting and it did require a reboot of the machine.
If you are overclocking the Z11, one of the hashing boards could be getting too hot, causing it to fault over time. I think you can check the status of the hashing boards on the Z11's admin config web page.
A little background info on the Z9M's and overclocking ...
I did buy some of the very first batch of the Z9M asics. They are great for overclocking. The later 2nd and 3rd batches were not nearly as good at overclocking (experienced more faults).
Potificate
@Potificate
I have not yet experimented with overclocking but board three is definitely and consistently autotuned to a lower freq (currently 731, 729 and 702 respectively) but weirdly does not correspond to comparative KSol/S(RT) rates (currently 43.9, 48.16, and 46.20 respectively currently but that changes of course).