I need help Mining.



  • I am relatively new to burst mining and every time I try to mine I get
    BURST miner, v1.160705_AVX
    Programming: dcct (Linux) & Blago (Windows)
    CPU support: AES SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSE4.2 AVX AVX2
    GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4460 CPU @ 3.20GHz [4 cores]
    RAM: 8192 Mb
    Pool address pool.burst-team.us (ip 216.165.179.45:8124)
    Updater address pool.burst-team.us (ip 216.165.179.45:8124)
    Using plots:
    C:\Burst\plots files: 1 size: 598 Gb
    TOTAL: 598 Gb

    18:07:08 New block 258927, baseTarget 3208927, netDiff 5710 Tb
    18:07:12 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.3 sec (35.0 MB/s) CPU 29.23%

    18:10:51 New block 258928, baseTarget 3476667, netDiff 5270 Tb
    18:10:55 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.3 sec (34.4 MB/s) CPU 28.41%

    Someone please tell me what I am doing wrong!



  • That looks pretty normal, you won't catch a deadline every block. Unless you see error messages just let it do its thing for a couple days and check again.



  • @Chaos31xx said in I need help Mining.:

    I am relatively new to burst mining and every time I try to mine I get
    BURST miner, v1.160705_AVX
    Programming: dcct (Linux) & Blago (Windows)
    CPU support: AES SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSE4.2 AVX AVX2
    GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4460 CPU @ 3.20GHz [4 cores]
    RAM: 8192 Mb
    Pool address pool.burst-team.us (ip 216.165.179.45:8124)
    Updater address pool.burst-team.us (ip 216.165.179.45:8124)
    Using plots:
    C:\Burst\plots files: 1 size: 598 Gb
    TOTAL: 598 Gb

    18:07:08 New block 258927, baseTarget 3208927, netDiff 5710 Tb
    18:07:12 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.3 sec (35.0 MB/s) CPU 29.23%

    18:10:51 New block 258928, baseTarget 3476667, netDiff 5270 Tb
    18:10:55 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.3 sec (34.4 MB/s) CPU 28.41%

    Someone please tell me what I am doing wrong!

    Technically, Nothing Wrong .....
    But Since you are using only 598GB HDD space, use pool.burstcoin.eu instead of pool.burst-team.us



  • @Castiel How do I set that up?



  • @Chaos31xx go to your reward assignment. when you choose to open the miner, click the button that literally says reward assignment and put the pool's Burst id (Burst-whatever) in the recipient box and put your wallet's passphrase in the box that says passphrase



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  • @Chaos31xx ok. put the url of the pool ex. "pool.burstcoin.eu" in the box on the miner start screen and if you choose to change reward assignment it should put the burst id on your clipboard. alternatively, you could go to the website and copy the ID from the top left corner



  • @Chaos31xx here is the ID BURST-7Z2V-J9CF-NCW9-HWFRY

    edit: make sure you have both the reward assignment and the miner both for the same pool



  • @ddos Thank you im mining!



  • @Chaos31xx I'm glad to hear it! 🙂



  • @ddos Does this look normal?
    BURST miner, v1.160705_AVX
    Programming: dcct (Linux) & Blago (Windows)
    CPU support: AES SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSE4.2 AVX AVX2
    GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4460 CPU @ 3.20GHz [4 cores]
    RAM: 8192 Mb
    Pool address pool.burstcoin.eu (ip 216.165.179.43:8124)
    Updater address pool.burstcoin.eu (ip 216.165.179.43:8124)
    Using plots:
    C:\Burst\plots files: 1 size: 598 Gb
    TOTAL: 598 Gb

    21:22:08 New block 258978, baseTarget 2689966, netDiff 6812 Tb
    21:22:11 [ 4096138525583145584] found DL: 2892002
    21:22:11 [ 4096138525583145584] sent DL: 2892002 33d 11:20:02
    21:22:12 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.5 sec (33.6 MB/s) CPU 28.84%
    [ERROR 1006] Your deadline is good... for the previous block! You submitted your
    nonce too late.

    21:22:16 New block 258979, baseTarget 2553716, netDiff 7175 Tb
    21:22:18 [ 4096138525583145584] found DL: 307213
    21:22:19 [ 4096138525583145584] sent DL: 307213 3d 13:20:13
    21:22:20 [ 4096138525583145584] confirmed DL: 307213 3d 13:20:13
    21:22:20 Thread "C:\Burst\plots" @ 4.1 sec (36.2 MB/s) CPU 31.20%



  • @Chaos31xx looks good! you got a confirmed and the last round one was sent too late, but there's nothing you can do about that one. Let anyone on the forum know if you have any problems!



  • @ddos Will do thanks!!