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Marduk

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Ok, I'm a little confused. Are you on windows or linux? How were you starting sgminer if not through a command prompt?
 

godemperor

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Ok, I'm a little confused. Are you on windows or linux? How were you starting sgminer if not through a command prompt?
Windows 7, and there's an executable file included in the sgminer download. Would creating a batch file solve the problem?
 

Marduk

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Windows 7, and there's an executable file included in the sgminer download. Would creating a batch file solve the problem?
Ah interesting. I didn't realize you could double click the exe and it would keep the dos box open. I always launch it from a command line. If you have your sgminer.conf file in the same folder as sgminer.exe, it should be using that conf file.
 

godemperor

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Ah interesting. I didn't realize you could double click the exe and it would keep the dos box open. I always launch it from a command line. If you have your sgminer.conf file in the same folder as sgminer.exe, it should be using that conf file.
I know it's using the sgminer.conf file because cmd is giving me the Loaded sgminer.conf file, but it seems I've found my way into the same problem now that you were having with my config. A bunch of invalid nonce count - HW errors. Any idea why?
 

Marduk

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I know it's using the sgminer.conf file because cmd is giving me the Loaded sgminer.conf file, but it seems I've found my way into the same problem now that you were having with my config. A bunch of invalid nonce count - HW errors. Any idea why?
A few things probably. Were you using those settings for scrypt before?

I'm editing my conf to be a little more generic and you can try that. Give me a minute.
 

Marduk

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I get invalid nonce count -HW errors sometimes. Usually when i first start sgminer. Sometimes I'll have to just restart it, sometimes I'll have to reboot. Once it starts mining though, its usually stable. I might have to restart once a week. But sometimes it does take several crash and restarts before it goes. I have no idea what causes that.

You can try my sgminer.conf. I use it for a 7950, but I edited the gpu engine and memclock to defaults and lowered intensity to 15 (from 17). I use this conf on my 7950 and my 280x. Be sure to edit your pool info. And you should add some backup pools as well one you get things working.


{
"pools" : [

{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://mining.darkcointalk.org:3333",
"user" : "marduk.7950",
"pass" : "x"
}


],


"auto-fan" : true,
"intensity" : "15",
"worksize" : "64",
"kernel" : "darkcoin-mod",
"lookup-gap" : "2",

"gpu-threads" : "2",
"gpu-engine" : "0",
"gpu-fan" : "65-100",
"gpu-memclock" : "0",
"gpu-memdiff" : "0",
"gpu-powertune" : "20",
"gpu-vddc" : "0.000",
"temp-cutoff" : "80",
"temp-overheat" : "70",
"temp-target" : "65",
"api-mcast-port" : "4028",
"api-port" : "4028",

"expiry" : "1",
"scan-time" : "1",

"failover-switch-delay" : "60",
"gpu-dyninterval" : "7",
"gpu-platform" : "0",
"log" : "5",
"no-pool-disable" : true,
"queue" : "0",
"scan-time" : "1",
"tcp-keepalive" : "30",
"temp-hysteresis" : "3",
"shares" : "0",
"kernel-path" : "/usr/local/bin",
"no-submit-stale" : true
}
 

godemperor

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I launched it and it gave me a failure prompt but seems to be running though. I'll try restarting, messing around with the settings, and see how it goes. I appreciate all the help, Marduk. I'll post again sometime tonight or tomorrow with an update. Thanks.
 

Propulsion

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Can someone explain or direct me to how the payout system works?
PPLNS

Paid per Last Number of Shares.

Say it takes 20 minutes to find a block. During that time frame, you've submitted 5 valid shares while the entire pool has submitted 100. You would receive 5% of the block reward.

This also takes the last 10 blocks and and checks to see if you've been mining during the entire time frame.
 
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Starin

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Hey guys. Just joined the pool yesterday. Currently mining through 2/3 computers at 2500-3000khs. I wonder how many days would it take me too reach a single dash? I used calculators but I didn't understand the results.

By the way thanks for the pool. It feels safe after several pools I have tried.
 

Starin

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First 3 blocks I have helped to find turned out to be orphans. Started with bad luck. :p
 

Starin

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Yay! Other blocks were perfectly fine so far. No more oprhened blocks anymore for the whole pool. :p

Currently saving for a good rig while getting into world of mining. I really don't mind money. Read a guy's post over here saying the magic of mining is the feelings it create such feeling a part of something. And that happens to be crypto's for geeks like us.
 
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Propulsion

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The DCT Mining Pool will be shutting down.


Due to the rising cost of operating and the lack of miners present, it is no longer feasible to continue the operation of the pool.


Miners will have a week to change the pool that they are mining at before the stratum is shutdown. After that, the pool will still be accessible to withdraw funds for one month. Anything left in the pool's wallet after that time frame will be considered a donation.


Thank you everyone who mined at the pool! Hopefully more pools will come online to diversify the pool choices currently available for Dash.



--Propulsion

--Yibble
 
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Propulsion

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Stratum has been officially disabled. (it's no longer possible to submit work to the pool)

June 7th 2015 will be the last day to withdraw your funds. Anything after that date will be considered a donation.

As usual, any questions or issues feel free to post here or send an email through the pool interface.

Thank you for mining with us.
 

setyawan

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Hi DarkcoinTalk Admins,

I have an issue for my Dash withdrawal.

I unlocked my account to add Payment Address and received notification
" A confirmation was sent to your e-mail, follow that link to continue"

However no E-mail confirmation was received in my mailbox.
Tried few times, no E-mails still.

Tried to post the issue thru pool interface but it is not working either. Therefore I post here.

Please help.

Much appreciated.
 

Goefells

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I wonder if it's too soon to ask the soon-to-be former miners at Darkcointalk pool to take a look at Suprnova's dashpool- Currently they are having a 0% fee(and they have been for some time), so instead of concentrating in a pool at the top of the extraction list, maybe spread the hash to another pool closer to the bottom. Also has support for proxy 80 mining for all those who might be behind a firewall.

https://dash.suprnova.cc/
 

ZenFr

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I wonder if it's too soon to ask the soon-to-be former miners at Darkcointalk pool to take a look at Suprnova's dashpool- Currently they are having a 0% fee(and they have been for some time), so instead of concentrating in a pool at the top of the extraction list, maybe spread the hash to another pool closer to the bottom. Also has support for proxy 80 mining for all those who might be behind a firewall.

https://dash.suprnova.cc/
why the site is it 1% mark ?
 
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