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  • hwlgrakahwlgraka Member Posts: 18
    Hello, one question.

    Why is there no opportunity to display all the time, like from the beginning when I started using this account until now.
    As an example I can use nanopool, where you can select the time range: https://sia.nanopool.org/account/1cae522548fd3680291c455f18b24b8911ec77b0de5937b664515dfa6e3d7b3f89e30bc9c179

    Is there a plan of this being implemented? Would be really useful :)

    Thanks, kind regards.
  • buffybuffy Member Posts: 101 ✭✭
    nanopool has only last 6 days I think, not all time. ethermine has 24 hours. for me it's enough. But you can write own script and download your account api data every 24 hours and make own statistics with long time chart.
  • jsanzspjsanzsp Member Posts: 195 ✭✭
    dr_pra said:

    @cidmo hashrate fluctuations have nothing to do with pool luck. It is the luck of your miner that influences the number of shares found by it. If your current hashrate goes down your miner simply does not submit sufficient shares compared to your locally reported hashrate.

    @buffy we decided to remove the dynamic scaling of the charts to preserve the context of the displayed values. What has that todo with the added twitter timeline?



    How can you improve hashrate fluctuations ,? And because in other pools like ethpool my hashrate is more stable and closer to reported hashrate?
  • fgallairefgallaire Member Posts: 8
    edited December 2016
    jsanzsp said:

    How can you improve hashrate fluctuations ,? And because in other pools like ethpool my hashrate is more stable and closer to reported hashrate?

    I'm new to ethermine, the fluctuations are quite disappointing, what can we do to avoid them ?
    Is it linked to my use of the standard ethminer ? Why is it not recommended ?
    Mining using the standard ethminer is no longer recommended. Please use one of the available stratum enabled miners!

  • workwork Member Posts: 2,084 ✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2016
    If you have a small hashrate, the only way to decrease share/mining variance is to mine with a pool that has lower static share difficulty or variable share difficulty (vardiff).

    However, the thing about variance is that statistically speaking ir all averages out eventually.
  • fgallairefgallaire Member Posts: 8
    @work thanks again for your answer. I understand what you say, and it's logical. How to know the vardiff of the pool ?

    Whatsoever, I think ethermine is quite correct for me:
    https://ethermine.org/miners/459582fba9d13822e413151929fbf7c39a549210

    Do you agree ?
  • workwork Member Posts: 2,084 ✭✭✭✭
    @fgallaire your effective hashrate variance looks totally reasonable to me
  • Tbone5660Tbone5660 Member Posts: 75
    Pool is having problems... no reported hashrate and effective hashrate has dropped over 200 mh in 5 min.
  • dr_pradr_pra Member Posts: 445 ✭✭✭
    The pool was under a ddos attack yesterday. We were able to mitigate the issue quickly but a small subset of miners was affected for a few minutes.
  • zmajnszmajns Member Posts: 7
    Around 18.30 (GMT+1) pool stopped calculating earned ether and stopped payouts - just giving a heads up to those in charge
  • SiilaSiila Member Posts: 38
    edited March 2017
    I observed a drop in average hashrate during the time change this night, i suppose its because the "average calculator module" did his job with the empty hashrate data of the missing hour so i think that our income isn't altered.

    dr_pra, would it be hard to implement a button in the web interface so we can easy switch from absolute to autozoomed hashrate chart?

    Also for thoses who use Claymore dual miner on Ethermine (whatever single or dual mining) : On Ehtermine mainpage we see the exemple .bat using esm 0 (default) while on on the readme of the Claymore miner we have the exemple for Ethpool with esm=1..
    On my personal tests, i have best results with esm 1 on EU server while some USA friends have best results with esm 0.
    I understand that the effect of ESM setting is probably under the normal luck variation threshold or may no more exist but i would like: to know if other guys have best results with esm 1 like me & if dr_pra can explain wich mode should we use.

    This absence of knowlege about wich ESM to use is in my head for too long, ty :)

    edit: & what happen to "Your income during the last 1000 rounds" ?
    Post edited by Siila on
  • MadpacketMadpacket Member Posts: 25
    edited April 2017
    Anyone else's miners stop being able to retrieve jobs from the US East Ether pool? (us1.ethermine.org) ?
  • kristofferjonkristofferjon Sagittarius AMember Posts: 77 ✭✭
    Madpacket said:

    Anyone else's miners stop being able to retrieve jobs from the US East Ether pool? (us1.ethermine.org) ?

    Yes, I switched to eu1.ethermine.org instead. If you look at the statistics page you'll note dip's on a few of the pool servers.
  • Dr_House86Dr_House86 Member Posts: 566 ✭✭✭
    Is there a Problem with the pool?
    My average hashrate lowers rapidly but the Hardware seems fine.
  • sluTTYsluTTY Member Posts: 6
    Same here since May 6th or 7th the average effective hashrate went down 20% due to shares going down 20% I guess.
  • ThatCoolBlueKidThatCoolBlueKid Member Posts: 3
    @dr_pra I'm having issues with ethermine.org & Genoil's miner on Ubuntu :neutral:

    Some advice?

    https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/788573-mining-with-genoils-on-ubuntu/
  • brodabroda Member Posts: 1
    edited June 2017
    Hello, I started mining on June 1st on ethermine.org, ever since as the days go by im getting less and slow accepted shares.

    I got 2 rx470 4gb gpu's @ 44.5mh/s

    Anyone know why the low submitting shares?

    edit: also now I'm getting rejected shares.
    Post edited by broda on
  • jaggy_djaggy_d Member Posts: 5
    Great article for beginer
    dr_pra said:

    As many users were not happy with our current payment scheme over at ethpool.org we decided to offer an alternative that uses a more traditional reward distribution method. We are happy to announce that our new mining pool - http://ethermine.org/ - is now live and ready for mining.

    http://ethermine.org/ uses the same high performance mining backend as ethpool.org but distributes mining rewards according to the well known PPLNS reward method. The minimum payout amount is 1 Ether and payouts are processed instantly. http://ethermine.org/ officially supports ethminer as well as eth-proxy (stratum).

    Similar to ethpool.org is provides the following features:

    • Anonymous mining
    • Real time PPLNS payout scheme
    • Accurate hashrate reporting
    • We pay all Ethereum rewards (Blocks, Uncles & Fees)
    • Instant payout (Minimum: 1 Ether, transaction fees paid by the pool)
    • Global mining network with DDOS protected servers in the US, Europe and Asia
    • Full stratum support
    • Efficient mining engine, low uncle rates
    • Detailed global and per-worker statistics
    • Invalid shares warnings
    • Email monitoring
    For more info, check out: http://ethermine.org/
  • digimondigimon Member Posts: 42
    edited November 2017
    The problem I have with ethermine pool is that you do not offer any free support, instead you use some sort of a helpdesk that is free only for 30 days? What am I missing?
  • digimondigimon Member Posts: 42
    I got this strange 5 hours void on ethermine pool (see attached picture), but my Claymore's miner logs show that I was successfully mining all that time.
    Any ideas?


  • digimondigimon Member Posts: 42
    digimon said:

    I got this strange 5 hours void on ethermine pool (see attached picture), but my Claymore's miner logs show that I was successfully mining all that time.
    Any ideas?

    I guess this explains the void:
    https://medium.com/@bitfly/eu-stratum-mining-server-outage-postmortem-60f00e4c4411
    Crappy pool...
  • ElectraElectra Member Posts: 7
    I started mining on ethermine about a 2 months ago. In the beginning i was averaging below 100ms for share confirmation. Now i'm getting nothing less than 300ms with highs of over 1000ms for share confirmation. I've logged into their asia1.ethermine.org:4444 server (which i assume is in singapore) and i've tried dwarfpools singapore server. On dwarfpool i'm getting around 60-150 ms. I don't know why Ethermines servers are taking so long to confirm shares. It's all very strange
  • kentankentan Member Posts: 85
    digimon said:

    digimon said:

    I got this strange 5 hours void on ethermine pool (see attached picture), but my Claymore's miner logs show that I was successfully mining all that time.
    Any ideas?

    I guess this explains the void:
    https://medium.com/@bitfly/eu-stratum-mining-server-outage-postmortem-60f00e4c4411
    Crappy pool...
    They mentioned that they would distribute all mined blocks during this outage but nothing heard from them yet..
  • digimondigimon Member Posts: 42
    edited November 2017
    kentan said:


    They mentioned that they would distribute all mined blocks during this outage but nothing heard from them yet..

    The good news is:

    https://t.co/f8Px6gGJiM update: After improving our payout processing module the pool now covers all tx fees, even for payouts as low as 0.05 ETH. Thanks for mining with us!

    — etherchain.org (@etherchain_org) November 14, 2017
  • kentankentan Member Posts: 85
    Yeah but now I am facing constant disconnect issues. They must be still be suffering fron the last downtime. Looks like its time to switch pools
  • SiilaSiila Member Posts: 38
    Starting on 1st of December we will carry out weekly payouts for all balances above 0.01 ETH on http://ethermine.org independent if you have reached your payment threshold or not. All tx fees of those payouts will be covered by the pool.

    Its maybee bad new to force things like this cause kraken take a (small) fee on deposit:
    https://support.kraken.com/hc/en-us/articles/201396777-What-are-the-deposit-fees-
  • maxblessedmaxblessed Member Posts: 2
    has anyone successfully submitted a support ticket to ethermine? if yes, how did you do it? you need an account to submit support ticket but there is no registration...
  • kentankentan Member Posts: 85
    You have to click on Help - get support, create an account with a valid email address and after logging in, click on + new support ticket.
  • SamNeilSamNeil Member Posts: 3

    bluebox said:

    @ThatDudeThere Based on your comments in other threads, what miner/OS are you using — Genoil's ethminer, EthOS, AlethOne, linux, windows...?

    If ethminer, you need the executable command to start, from the directory that it's in:

    ethminer.exe --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://......
    or
    ./ethminer --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://......

    I'm all over asking about different software because I couldn't get anything to work. I did finally get AlethZero/turtle to work, but I have questions on how to use it. It's been mining all night, but I have no idea what M/H I'm at or how far along the block is. This mining stuff is so hard to learn because the "instructions" that I can find are all super vague, and there are no videos that I know of.

    Edit: also I have no idea if I'm mining solo or in a pool...or what pool I'm in.
    I'm all for helping someone as lord knows I've asked others for help myself, but please at least take time to educate yourself on how things work.

    Honestly ETH is really not that hard to get setup and working, it just takes a little education on the front end by the person sitting behind the keyboard.

    Here are the simplest instructions that someone will ever give you. If you can't start mining ETH based on this, please move on to something that's more on your learning curve. Sorry to sound harsh, but it get's difficult to answer the same question over and over again 20+ times a week:

    Generate Wallet:
    Goto https://www.myetherwallet.com/ and generate a wallet. If you choose to enter a password, WRITE IT DOWN!!! Print this page out or copy and paste everything into notepad or a Word document and save it.

    After you create a wallet, click the "Send Transaction" link on the same page and enter your public or private key. If it loads your wallet then you know it's working.

    Next step:
    Download the ethereum miner from step 8 via the following link and install it:
    https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/guides/how-to-mine-ethereum/

    Next step:
    Download eth-proxy from the following link:
    http://ethermine.org/downloads/eth-proxy-win-em.zip (Windows Download)

    Next step:
    Once eth-proxy has downloaded, use 7zip to extract it. If you don't have 7zip installed, you can download it here:
    http://www.7-zip.org/a/7z1514-x64.msi

    Next step:
    Once everything is downloaded and extracted, edit the eth-proxy.conf in the Eth-Proxy folder using Notepad.

    # Host and port for your workers
    HOST = "0.0.0.0" <- Change to 127.0.0.1
    PORT = 8080

    # Coin address where money goes
    WALLET = "0xea7263feb7d8a8ab0a11eedd8f1ce04412ab0820" <- change to the wallet address that you generated using myethwallet.com. It should start with 0x

    # To donate please use wallet "0xea7263feb7d8a8ab0a11eedd8f1ce04412ab0820"

    # It's useful for individually monitoring and statistic
    ENABLE_WORKER_ID = False <- Change to True if you want individual worker names.

    # On DwarfPool you have option to monitor your workers via email.
    # If WORKER_ID is enabled, you can monitor every worker/rig separately.
    MONITORING = False <- change to True if you want email alerts when workers go down
    MONITORING_EMAIL = "" <- enter the email address where you want emails sent when workers go down.

    # Main pool
    POOL_HOST = "us1.ethermine.org" <- enter the pool address for the pool you want to mine on
    POOL_PORT = 4444 <- enter port number for the pool you want to use

    # Failover pool
    POOL_FAILOVER_ENABLE = True

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER1 = "us2.ethermine.org" <- failover pool 1
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER1 = 4444

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER2 = "eth-us.dwarfpool.com" <- failover pool 2
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER2 = 8008

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER3 = "eth-us2.dwarfpool.com" <- failover pool 3
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER3 = 8008�

    After done editing this file, SAVE IT

    Double click the eth-proxy.exe file and it should launch eth-proxy

    Next step:
    Open a command prompt and type the following:
    cd \ "press enter"
    cd prog "press tab" then "press enter"
    cd eth "press tab" then "press enter"
    cd rel "press tab" then "press enter"
    Enter this command to start mining. Enter you worker name where it says "enter customer rig name here"

    ethminer --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://127.0.0.1:8080/"enter customer rig name here" --cl-global-work 16384 "press enter"

    You will be mining at this point to the pool that you defined in the eth-proxy.config

    This whole process should take you no longer than 10minutes to get up and running...</p>
    ------------

    Hi Buddy,

    You did a fantastic job clarifying the confusion for windows users.

    I am new and mining on ethos 1.2.7 with nanopool using claymore. I am kinda happy with it.

    I heard ethermine pool is better than nanopool. i would like to give it a try.

    I want to single & dual mine with ethermine pool (ETH+DCR/ETH+SIA/...)
    I have 6x MSI rx580 gaming x 8gb.

    Whoever send me a functional local.conf and claymore.stub.conf "I will donate ETH".
    I am very honest and generous guy.

    Everybody is doing a great job helping each other. I will definitely do the same once i have enough knowledge.

    Thank you
    [email protected]
    Sam


  • SamNeilSamNeil Member Posts: 3

    bluebox said:

    @ThatDudeThere Based on your comments in other threads, what miner/OS are you using — Genoil's ethminer, EthOS, AlethOne, linux, windows...?

    If ethminer, you need the executable command to start, from the directory that it's in:

    ethminer.exe --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://......
    or
    ./ethminer --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://......

    I'm all over asking about different software because I couldn't get anything to work. I did finally get AlethZero/turtle to work, but I have questions on how to use it. It's been mining all night, but I have no idea what M/H I'm at or how far along the block is. This mining stuff is so hard to learn because the "instructions" that I can find are all super vague, and there are no videos that I know of.

    Edit: also I have no idea if I'm mining solo or in a pool...or what pool I'm in.
    I'm all for helping someone as lord knows I've asked others for help myself, but please at least take time to educate yourself on how things work.

    Honestly ETH is really not that hard to get setup and working, it just takes a little education on the front end by the person sitting behind the keyboard.

    Here are the simplest instructions that someone will ever give you. If you can't start mining ETH based on this, please move on to something that's more on your learning curve. Sorry to sound harsh, but it get's difficult to answer the same question over and over again 20+ times a week:

    Generate Wallet:
    Goto https://www.myetherwallet.com/ and generate a wallet. If you choose to enter a password, WRITE IT DOWN!!! Print this page out or copy and paste everything into notepad or a Word document and save it.

    After you create a wallet, click the "Send Transaction" link on the same page and enter your public or private key. If it loads your wallet then you know it's working.

    Next step:
    Download the ethereum miner from step 8 via the following link and install it:
    https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/guides/how-to-mine-ethereum/

    Next step:
    Download eth-proxy from the following link:
    http://ethermine.org/downloads/eth-proxy-win-em.zip (Windows Download)

    Next step:
    Once eth-proxy has downloaded, use 7zip to extract it. If you don't have 7zip installed, you can download it here:
    http://www.7-zip.org/a/7z1514-x64.msi

    Next step:
    Once everything is downloaded and extracted, edit the eth-proxy.conf in the Eth-Proxy folder using Notepad.

    # Host and port for your workers
    HOST = "0.0.0.0" <- Change to 127.0.0.1
    PORT = 8080

    # Coin address where money goes
    WALLET = "0xea7263feb7d8a8ab0a11eedd8f1ce04412ab0820" <- change to the wallet address that you generated using myethwallet.com. It should start with 0x

    # To donate please use wallet "0xea7263feb7d8a8ab0a11eedd8f1ce04412ab0820"

    # It's useful for individually monitoring and statistic
    ENABLE_WORKER_ID = False <- Change to True if you want individual worker names.

    # On DwarfPool you have option to monitor your workers via email.
    # If WORKER_ID is enabled, you can monitor every worker/rig separately.
    MONITORING = False <- change to True if you want email alerts when workers go down
    MONITORING_EMAIL = "" <- enter the email address where you want emails sent when workers go down.

    # Main pool
    POOL_HOST = "us1.ethermine.org" <- enter the pool address for the pool you want to mine on
    POOL_PORT = 4444 <- enter port number for the pool you want to use

    # Failover pool
    POOL_FAILOVER_ENABLE = True

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER1 = "us2.ethermine.org" <- failover pool 1
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER1 = 4444

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER2 = "eth-us.dwarfpool.com" <- failover pool 2
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER2 = 8008

    POOL_HOST_FAILOVER3 = "eth-us2.dwarfpool.com" <- failover pool 3
    POOL_PORT_FAILOVER3 = 8008�

    After done editing this file, SAVE IT

    Double click the eth-proxy.exe file and it should launch eth-proxy

    Next step:
    Open a command prompt and type the following:
    cd \ "press enter"
    cd prog "press tab" then "press enter"
    cd eth "press tab" then "press enter"
    cd rel "press tab" then "press enter"
    Enter this command to start mining. Enter you worker name where it says "enter customer rig name here"

    ethminer --farm-recheck 200 -G -F http://127.0.0.1:8080/"enter customer rig name here" --cl-global-work 16384 "press enter"

    You will be mining at this point to the pool that you defined in the eth-proxy.config

    This whole process should take you no longer than 10minutes to get up and running...</p>
    ------------

    Hi Buddy,

    You did a fantastic job clarifying the confusion for windows users.

    I am new and mining on ethos 1.2.7 with nanopool using claymore. I am kinda happy with it.

    I heard ethermine pool is better than nanopool. i would like to give it a try.

    I want to single & dual mine with ethermine pool (ETH+DCR/ETH+SIA/...)
    I have 6x MSI rx580 gaming x 8gb.

    Whoever send me a functional local.conf and claymore.stub.conf "I will donate ETH".
    I am very honest and generous guy.

    Everybody is doing a great job helping each other. I will definitely do the same once i have enough knowledge.

    Thank you
    [email protected]
    Sam


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