Ethereum Mining pool for noobs! noobpool.com

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  • VadimVadim Member Posts: 20

    I am continuously mining for last 3 days in your pool. my round share was .89% in the evening but now I am checking its .83% :/ why this kind of thing happening with me ?

    More people is joining pool with bigger hashrate, they starting tanking your percent of shares.
  • VadimVadim Member Posts: 20
    Looks like we are not lucky that time. Almost 145% of variance.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Yeah, this block is being a pain. Hopefully we hit it soon so we can move to the next.
  • RokyrahRokyrah Member Posts: 5
    If your user name is satoshi, you would just tell your miners to connect using user names like : satoshi.01 satoshi.02 satoshi.03, satoshi.anyname. Workers are created automatically when you connect your workers.
    چطور می توانم مشکل کارگری را تنظیم کنم؟
    Enter the worker password as d=xxx (where xxx is the difficulty). Recommended difficulty is your hashrate in terahashes multiplied by 1000. For example, if your worker has 12TH/s then please enter "d=12000" (without quotes) as the password:pool.bitcoin.com
  • ravenigmaravenigma Member Posts: 11
    edited July 23
    Are there some server problems or something going on? I started receiving this in Claymore this morning:

    ETH: Received error: {"id":3,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":null,"error":{"code":0,"message":"Worknotready"}}
    ETH: Job timeout, disconnect, retry in 20 sec...

    I don't know what this is. Wondering if it's the pool or my machine. I can't process any work.
  • ravenigmaravenigma Member Posts: 11
    I switched my miner back over Nanopool and it's running fine now, so that seems to me it may be your server. I also see that the total speed of noobpool is decreasing.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Yeah, the pool crashed for about an hour while I was asleep. But it corrected itself and has been running fine since. I just got up, so I'll look into it and see if I can find the cause.
  • ravenigmaravenigma Member Posts: 11
    OK, if the pool stays steady I'll connect again after my next payout at nano. Thanks.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Everything is stable now and has been since the crash about 6-7 hours ago.
  • erstwealerstweal MidwestMember Posts: 121 ✭✭
    Of course it crashed during the time when I was trying to join. At least now I know it wasn't anything I was doing wrong. I'll give it another try now.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Found the source of our crash, after a second one, it's been resolved and fixed so it won't happen again. The pool is hosted on a dedicated server at a data center, so it's a little more work to remotely connect and diagnose issues, but this one was a simple fix and I take 100% of the blame for it happening. Had I been watching the server stats better I would have caught it before it happened. But it's fixed so that it can't happen again.

    It's easy to forget that Linux based servers have folders with a set amount of disk space, unlike windows machines that just use any free space in any folder that needs it. Our stats folder was set to 4gigs and when it filled up the crash occurred. It took a month to fill, but it's been fixed and set with plenty of space so that it won't fill up.
  • therocktherock Member Posts: 45
    yes this block is annoying.. pray that we hit it soon.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    We hit a block yesterday, but with the crash and the couple hours the server was down we lost a lot of miners and a lot of hash rate, so this block is only at 26% variance, will probably be another day to hit it if we get lucky.
  • cmrho1cmrho1 Member Posts: 2
    Kudos to setting up your own mining pool! With the current pool hashrate, a block should be hit about once every 5 days. I've moved 1 small rig (~50Mh/s) over to it for testing purposes. Good luck and keep up the good work.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Our hashrate was hovering between 5-6GH, but we hit a stubborn block, then it turned out to be an uncle so the rewards were less, then our crash.. We lost some miners over it. But we are back to near 4GH now, hopefully people will come back and new people will give us a try.
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    removed

    PS finally my message came through approve... lol
  • tearsdontfalltearsdontfall Member Posts: 23
    I think ur site is down again :/
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Only the webpage, everything else is fine and working. It will be back up later, I'm working on it.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    Everything is fixed and back to normal. It was only the webpage, all mining and stats were safe and still running and all work that was done while the webpage was down was not effected.
  • VadimVadim Member Posts: 20
    Something wrong with payments, since last block it was only 1 payment:
    7/28/2017, 7:20:18 AM 0.081
  • ravenigmaravenigma Member Posts: 11
    Payments do seem to be having a problem. I've had a payment pending for several hours now.
  • danxdanx californiaMember Posts: 143 ✭✭
    We were hacked once again, they managed to steal the block reward almost instantly. The stolen eth was sent directly to Shapeshift who were notified about the theft. If we are lucky they will be able to stop them from withdrawing the money and get it back to us. Until them I'm going to try to fund the account myself to get the payments out, but it could take me a few days.
  • coochiepowercoochiepower Member Posts: 4
    This discussion chain was a class in mining!! Thanks @MrN1ce9uy and @danx .
  • erstwealerstweal MidwestMember Posts: 121 ✭✭
    @danx - This is very interesting and instructive. How did they accomplish this? They would need both your keystore and your password, correct? I can see an inventive hacker grabbing your keystore, but what, they could bruteforce your password? I suppose that is a failing in Ethereum since if you had enough horsepower, you could just keep trying and trying, it doesn't lock out if you fail too many times, right?
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