@haitch looks like it is down again for over 3 hours now... and network was at 0% for probably at least 2-3 hours prior to that. I seriously wish these losers launching the attacks would get a life and stop this BS. Thanks for your attention in fixing this.
Posts made by GabryRox
RE: pool.burst-team.us down for over 6 hours?
RE: Blago's Burst-Miner (Win)
@Blago thanks for your recently updated miner that is included in the AIO client (v1.170603 I believe). Using the AVX2 functionality enables me to get about 85-87 MB/s with my slower drives and 99-105 with my faster ones, both of which i feel are very good as I am frequently getting top-end results in my current pool.
I did have a question though regarding a few red text errors that keep showing up:
- "Winner: Get info failed: 10060" (more frequently)
- "Winner: Connect Function Failed with error: 10060" (less frequently)
Can you please tell me what both of these mean and if they have any negative effect on my mining results? If the latter, what do i need to do to fix them? Thanks!
RE: Confirming my understanding of how pool.burst-team.us works
Confirming my understanding of how pool.burst-team.us works
OK, so i just re-joined this pool yesterday after a sub-par experience on another pool. What i really like about this pool is the ability to see the results real time on their stats page. Since I have been on less than 24 hours, I did have a question about how their payouts work. It seems straight forward but want to make sure i am not missing something...
So, every time a new block is found, the list populates over the next few minutes in order showing the miners with the lowest confirmed DLs at the top. When I locate my user account, I log the # of rewards adjacent to my name. For example, in the last 90 minutes or so, I was lucky enough to have a 1st, 2nd & 3rd and a couple top 10's. When I sum up the # of rewards during this time, it comes to about 1200.
Am I correct in assuming that this equates to 1200 burst (in addition to rewards accumulates outside of this 90 minutes) that will be paid out to my wallet during this pool's next payout cycle? Or am i missing something here?
Also, I think this pool pays out every 24 hours, but is that at a set time each day for everyone or is it dependent on some other factor?
Finally, is there any way to check historical blocks to see the final exact payouts? I did try clicking on the block# in the middle section of the stats page but it just directs to a dead link on burstcoin.biz. Is there any other way to find the final payout distribution per block? I would like to be able to check this since sometimes a new block is found before the final distribution is available.
RE: One wallet mining in 2 PC systems. Each system contains 50TB. Does it decrease efficiency of mining?
I'm in the same boat, splitting my current 60TB between 2 PCs and it seems to be working pretty well. I need to work on my 2nd PC though as the speeds are slower than #1. I have also tried the GPU miner (Jminer) was wasted the better part of 3 days and wasn't able to get it running, even with the help of Haitch and a few others here. Some issue with it not connecting to wallet, even after it got 1-3 dl's but then it just stopped, so I gave up for now.
Really, how much speed gain are most of you getting with Jminer vs the newest Blago CPU with AVX2? Both of my PCs have i7 K series CPUs so can take advantage of the AVX2 functionality. On PC1 (6800k, X99 Mobo, 16GB 2133 RAM), I get 84-87 MB/s per each 5TB Seagate Expansion and about 100-105 MB/s on my 2 faster drives (4tb 7200rpm internal & 6tb external). All 6 externals on this pc are direct plug into Mobo as trying to use a hub slows them down by about 10-15%. I have a 5-port PCIe slot USB expander to enable further direct plug ins down the road.
On PC#2 (4790K, 8GB 1600 RAM) the best i can get is about 72-74 MB/s but all of those are plugged into a bub as that Mobo only has 2 USB 3 ports. I may put in 8GB more ram on that PC to see if I can close the gap a bit but there's nothing i can do about the hub usage as I am using all 6 PCIe slots to mine ETH + DCR on that rig.
So, would be curious what kind of speeds those of you using Jminer are able to get per optimized drive. Is it well over 100MB/s?
pool.burst-team.us down for over 6 hours?
so, i finally switched back over to the burst-team pool last night and was actually getting much better results (vs burstcoin.biz) for the first 6-8 hours I was watching it. However, I wake up this morning and find that the burst-team pool has been offline... looks like for over 6 hours at this point.
Anyone know what's going on and when this is expected to be back up? Wondering if it's worth switching to another pool or just wait it out.