@nixxda As per Rich's idea - if you want to get a small graphic, with "Need a Burst - start here...." message, I can put it up as a permanent logo on the forum, have it redirect to a thread telling them what they need to do.
My case is curious, I had a profit of only 5% in part because I had a balance in dollars that had not changed, as when I got to enter the web the price was already plummeted from a profit of 50% to 5%.
It only had to have lasted one more month and it would have doubled the investment.
I have a hard time economically! I call to help you, the original time I need someone to help me some money to more stable, not too much a few dollars.
When I stabilize, I will feel everyone for helping me in the context of economic hardship.
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I like around 1TB myself. 3800000 nonces usually fits in 1TB of formatted space on most drives, fill with that size until it can't hold any more, then top it off with enough to fill the rest of the space minus <10000k nonces or so.
I wouldn't recommend a jbod array, as if a drive fails it'll can break many plot files across several drives. Also replotting the whole array for one failed disk would be a major pain!
Just plot and read each drive as a separate device and you'll have an easier time of it I think.
Fully optimized would be one file filling each drive completely. But that's unrealistic in practice and has multiple points of failure that just waste time during setup.
Your reward assignment can only be set to one pool, other pools will reject your submissions.
No, the passphrase is never sent, a hash of it is sent to the wallet you use for the assignment.
Pool not responding - normally only transatory so can be ignored.