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@ bonedout « Tue 5:59 pm »
yeah its been doing that and everytime it find a few shares it switchs pools
@ userless « Tue 5:58 pm »
It’s back for me now @bonedout : 
@ bonedout « Tue 5:36 pm »
teslafunds keeps going off and switching too eth wich i cant mine
@ ShmooJew « Tue 5:16 pm »
Anyone else not seeing their USDC not being paid out for the last three days?
@ dhandler01 « Tue 4:51 pm »
reboot fixed the issue
@ dhandler01 « Tue 4:34 pm »
ETH miners are not connecting at all...\
@ Banished_Privateer « Tue 4:05 pm »
The console mh/s is depending on the software and it’s often theoretical, some softwares like Phoenix Miner display both, theoretical and actual. The websites hash usually over time evens out from what I noticed and they both converge.
@ userless « Tue 2:40 pm »
I think on the site you see the overall hashrate you get, not the current hashrate you have in the miner. I might be wrong
@ slayb89 « Tue 2:35 pm »
I usually see a discrepancy between the site’s Dashboard mh/s and the console’s mh/s - which is accurate and being used for profit calc?
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 2:12 pm »
the issues with people getting coins they didn’t want should be fully resolved
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 2:12 pm »
The mining servers have been restarted with the latest code and now they will take 3 seconds to reboot the next time
@ Banished_Privateer « Tue 1:53 pm »
Once people get bullish again, I reckon profitability will follow up too.
@ Banished_Privateer « Tue 1:52 pm »
vit_lab wrote: What is the reason for the fall of profitability on Ethash? ( 4.924 ¢/MH/s)
The reason in recent high profitability were extremely high gas fees (DEX like Uniswap etc.) and very congested network with plenty of transactions, people going crazy on price rise and drops. Now it’s just more calm than before, so not so much traffic. Additionally they pushed new EIP that was supposed to improve gas fees.
@ Steve Sokolowski « Tue 8:17 am »
has started a new topic: Changes in duplicate worker handling
@ vit_lab « Tue 4:54 am »
@ mustex The site works without errors. Look for the problem at home.
@ vit_lab « Tue 4:53 am »
What is the reason for the fall of profitability on Ethash? ( 4.924 ¢/MH/s)
@ mustex « Tue 4:34 am »
Anyone else having issues with prohashing.com status page loading? WebSocket connection to ’wss://live.prohashing.com/ws’ failed.
@ Crypto Monster « Mon 10:32 pm »
@ Murr808 « Mon 7:57 pm »
anyone know if we can dual mine ETH and ZIL on Prohashing?
@ slayb89 « Mon 7:48 pm »
all good! thanks!
@ SrTopete « Mon 7:30 pm »
Thx again Steven :D
@ tiluron « Mon 7:28 pm »
yep for me too now ;) thx
@ SrTopete « Mon 7:27 pm »
Right now it’s back to normal for me.
@ tiluron « Mon 7:26 pm »
and how many time that will be take ?
@ SrTopete « Mon 7:23 pm »
Thx @Steven
@ Steven Godshall « Mon 7:17 pm »
SrTopete wrote: So I’m also getting this "this mining server just restarted and has not yet finished computing the DAG for this share" error. Is it due to the memory upgrade failing issue?
Looking into this, should be fixed soon. It's unrelated to the memory issue.
@ Murr808 « Mon 7:14 pm »
that’s why i’ve switched to a different pool
@ Murr808 « Mon 7:13 pm »
cjmajor1974 wrote: so do we just let it run and it will start on its own on the dag problem
it’s not going to work until they fix the memory issue apparently
@ cjmajor1974 « Mon 7:12 pm »
so do we just let it run and it will start on its own on the dag problem
@ Murr808 « Mon 7:11 pm »
slayb89 wrote: must be, I’m just wondering if I’m wasting electricity right now
You are basically, I have switched to ethermine in the meantime
@ Murr808 « Mon 7:09 pm »
SrTopete wrote: So I’m also getting this "this mining server just restarted and has not yet finished computing the DAG for this share" error. Is it due to the memory upgrade failing issue?
It appears the memory upgrade snafu is causing this
@ slayb89 « Mon 7:09 pm »
must be, I’m just wondering if I’m wasting electricity right now
@ SrTopete « Mon 7:07 pm »
So I’m also getting this "this mining server just restarted and has not yet finished computing the DAG for this share" error. Is it due to the memory upgrade failing issue?
@ slayb89 « Mon 6:49 pm »
same here
@ tiluron « Mon 6:37 pm »
All ethash shares failed and a message error says "this mining server just restarted and has not yet finished computing the DAG for this share"
@ tiluron « Mon 6:31 pm »
hello
@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 5:07 pm »
has started a new topic: Memory upgrade failed
@ Murr808 « Mon 5:01 pm »
guess im going back to ethermine
@ Murr808 « Mon 5:01 pm »
i’m getting error connection time out
@ Murr808 « Mon 5:01 pm »
hello is the system down still?
@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 1:08 pm »
@ sonicrules « Mon 10:54 am »
Looks like Bram Cohen tweeted about chia the chia pool reference. Maybe it’s far enough to use now?
@ Steve Sokolowski « Mon 7:01 am »
Marduke wrote: Still problems connecting to X17 algo, one miner is indicating stratum_receive_line_error, if that helps. All other connections restored. Thanks Steve/Chris.
Nobody’s submitted a ticket detailing exactly what the x17 issue is - if someone could submit a ticket, I’ll be glad to assign it to Steven to take a look when he arrives today
@ ForumMax25x « Mon 3:42 am »
mchat wrote: and I KNOW money isn’t a issue now its the supply chain , take away should be Proactive vs reactive , let the forum know what possibly might need to be occuring ,upgraded, rented, swapped within the next X and maybe some of us can be of assistance before thresholds are crossed
Yes you summerized it correctly!
@ Marduke « Mon 12:58 am »
Still problems connecting to X17 algo, one miner is indicating stratum_receive_line_error, if that helps. All other connections restored. Thanks Steve/Chris.
@ mchat « Sun 11:44 pm »
and I KNOW money isn’t a issue now its the supply chain , take away should be Proactive vs reactive , let the forum know what possibly might need to be occuring ,upgraded, rented, swapped within the next X and maybe some of us can be of assistance before thresholds are crossed
@ mchat « Sun 11:38 pm »
ForumMax25x wrote:
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
ForumMax25x wrote: Minimalistic bandwidth issues, minimalistic ram memory issues, minimalistic hard drive space. I don’t know how they even stay in business. This is disappointing for engineering geeks. Maybe they need some who knows how to run a business.
I appreciate your criticism; however, I hope you can understand in this economy, it isn’t possible to buy things quickly at any cost because inflation is out of control and nobody wants to earn money
Yes I understand but I think foresight planning is necessary at this point. Crypto is going mainstream in El Salvador and Texas and you should get prepared for it.
I think he’s just asking for a more Proactive vs reactive stance. Some of this should have been planned for or at least seen coming down the line with audits. If money is a issue setup a tip project fund and let us know and we direct hash power to fund.
@ Banished_Privateer « Sun 6:01 pm »
Murr808 wrote: If ETH becomes any less profitable than it is right now I think mining will start becoming less mainstream....
Less miners = less difficulty = higher chance for you finding a block.
@ Murr808 « Sun 5:12 pm »
If ETH becomes any less profitable than it is right now I think mining will start becoming less mainstream....
@ Murr808 « Sun 5:11 pm »
ForumMax25x wrote:
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
ForumMax25x wrote: Minimalistic bandwidth issues, minimalistic ram memory issues, minimalistic hard drive space. I don’t know how they even stay in business. This is disappointing for engineering geeks. Maybe they need some who knows how to run a business.
I appreciate your criticism; however, I hope you can understand in this economy, it isn’t possible to buy things quickly at any cost because inflation is out of control and nobody wants to earn money
Yes I understand but I think foresight planning is necessary at this point. Crypto is going mainstream in El Salvador and Texas and you should get prepared for it.
@ ForumMax25x « Sun 4:28 pm »
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
ForumMax25x wrote: Minimalistic bandwidth issues, minimalistic ram memory issues, minimalistic hard drive space. I don’t know how they even stay in business. This is disappointing for engineering geeks. Maybe they need some who knows how to run a business.
I appreciate your criticism; however, I hope you can understand in this economy, it isn’t possible to buy things quickly at any cost because inflation is out of control and nobody wants to earn money
Yes I understand but I think foresight planning is necessary at this point. Crypto is going mainstream in El Salvador and Texas and you should get prepared for it.
@ sonicrules « Sun 3:34 pm »
That’s a cryptonightgpu coin.
@ sonicrules « Sun 3:32 pm »
According to whattomine.com, Equilibria(XEQ) is more profitable to mine than ethereum right now. :O
@ Sumoblei « Sun 3:26 pm »
:mrgreen:
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 3:24 pm »
if you haven’t experienced service providers refusing to take your money this year, then you should consider yourself lucky!
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 3:22 pm »
we can only move as fast as the vendors and shippers do, unfortunately
@ Steve Sokolowski « Sun 3:21 pm »
ForumMax25x wrote: Minimalistic bandwidth issues, minimalistic ram memory issues, minimalistic hard drive space. I don’t know how they even stay in business. This is disappointing for engineering geeks. Maybe they need some who knows how to run a business.
I appreciate your criticism; however, I hope you can understand in this economy, it isn’t possible to buy things quickly at any cost because inflation is out of control and nobody wants to earn money
@ -MaVerick- « Sun 3:19 pm »
unless someone or something is stopping you from backing up those big words...
@ -MaVerick- « Sun 3:18 pm »
well, go ahead I guess
@ ForumMax25x « Sun 2:58 pm »
Minimalistic bandwidth issues, minimalistic ram memory issues, minimalistic hard drive space. I don’t know how they even stay in business. This is disappointing for engineering geeks. Maybe they need some who knows how to run a business.

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