@rds yep - I'm running the online ones on 2053 and 2083 - but anything CF supports would be fine for me
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@rds here: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/burstcoin
I would recommend migrating to the Mariadb database since it's the most stable although has the configuration a bit harder so if you try and can't get it, my easiest suggestion is that you launch it for the first time with qBundle and the configuration will be very easy, from that point on use it without qbundle if you want the lighter and raw view
If your miners are on port 8124 please switch them to 8080, 8880 or 2052 asp. We are going to be upgrading the pool to a new pool code in about a day. We will see how it does. Can you please spread the word to any fellow miners that is mining the this pool. Thank you for your patience. I hope the new code performs better than this old Ninja v2 code. I will force the play out on Ninja v2 when we do the upgrad. The rest of the miners that have been mining on the correct ports ( 8080, 8880 or 2052 ) will not have to do anything. Please make sure you are not forcing a deadline you have specified in the miner, the deadline is going back to 6 months. Right now we have the deadline set to 3 months because Ninja v2 can not handle it. And when we have upgraded when you are viewing the pools interface from your web browser you do not have to specified any ports. Do not try to mine on port 80. Will also have to build a new server that support AVX2, one vary nice feacher of this code is it support multiple wallets for redundancy. For a temporary time I'm going to hosting this on a PC with 6 cores, may move back to Ninja if that is not possible. In till we get a server in a datacenter. If its okay with you guys if I use the funds saved for pool over pay, to cover the cost of the new server. Then set fee to 0.5% until funds are recovered.
CPU: i7-7820X ( 8 Cores @ 3.60GHz, turbo 4.30GHz )
RAM: ADATA AX4U2400316G16-DBG ( 32GB 2 x 16GB 2666MHz )
Storage: 2x WD Black M.2 ( NVMe 512GB, Read 2050MB/s, Write 800MB/s RAID 1 )
Motherboard: MSI X299M GAMING PRO CARBON
PSU: CORSAIR SF Series SF600
Cooler: CORSAIR Hydro Series H105 Extreme
GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 1050 Ti GV-N105TWF2OC-4GD ( For wallet acceleration, on hand )
Cases: Thanks to DirtyD for donating a case
Miners that are mining on port 8124:
Sorry for downtime to day, we had the firewall lock up. It seems that somebody has attacked us, they were making thousands of page request per second. Why ever cloud flare did not stop it.
Payout should be fixed now.
Hi guys how, it been going?
Tate A last edited by Tate A
Love that progress bar.
Somebody was hitting the pool the other day, seems to be fixed now. Happy bursting!
- Type: GoPool/PoCC
- Mining URL: Pool.BurstCoin.ml
- Mining Ports: 8080, 8880 or 2052
- Set recipient:
BURST-85W6-5P5V-7VLZ-GZJEF or 16623383385195351940
- Fee: 00.00%
- Deadline Limit: 12 Months
- Payout: 250 Burst or set your payout, 50/50%
- DDoS Protection: CloudFlare + UTM
- Asset ID: 14111531369712118954 ( Ran by the BurstCoin.ml's Miner )
You can now set your payout! Send unencrypted Arbitrary Message from your mining wallet to BURST-85W6-5P5V-7VLZ-GZJEF to change your payment thresholds/intervals, will use one Burst for network fee.
now = Will send payment every time a block is found if you have a positive balance, but will use one Burst for network fee. Not recommended because of network fee.
daily = Forces a daily payout if you have a positive balance at the time, when the payment is made.
weekly = Forces a weekly payout if you have a positive balance at the time, when the payment is made.
0 = Reset to pool's defaults (the number zero)
If you need any help let me know. I'll try to help ASP!!
The asset is ran by a GPU rig miner, paid monthly.
Asset Name: v2Pool
Asset ID: 14111531369712118954
rds last edited by rds
@tate-a , when I look at your front end countdown, consistently your pool is 6-10 seconds behind two other pools I monitor. Do you think that is a disadvantage for your pool. The other two are already hunting for a block before your pool flips over. Time sync issue?
rds last edited by rds
@tate-a , block 496069 BabyV had an 8 minute DL that came and went to someone with 10 minute DL. Is your pool connected to a multitude of peers? Looks like we're mining in our own little world.
Edit: the block was won by the POCC 50-50 pool. I think that the POCC has an advantage over other pools. They are the ones developing all the new software. I moved to your pool because I was solo mining (80 connected peers) and missing good DLs by over 3 minutes, only in the last 10 days, probably scooped by the same POCC pools although I never looked into it. But my DLs were winners by a lot and didn't win. So I popped over to your pool to break the loosing streak. Your pool was hitting about 1 block a day. I figured I could add at least that to your overall record. Now I see you've been scooped by POCC. There is only one thing to do until the bias is resolved.
Tate A last edited by Tate A
As of block 50200 burst has officially been forked to PoC2. Regarding this you need to get all of your miners PoC2 supported, the pool is no longer supporting PoC1. Update your miners to the latest version to support PoC2. And then optimize or replot your plot file to PoC2.
Need some help? Contaced us on our discord server: https://discord.gg/2fnMMW4
PoC2 plotfiles are detected by not having 'staggersize' in filename.
A PoC2 file name will look something like this: 00000000000000000000_0_000000
Here you can find a PoC2 plotter: https://blackpawn.com/tp/
Or at the bottom of the page you can find the TurboSwizzler, to optimize your plot file to PoC2.
Linux plotter PoC2: https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/engraver
Blago Miner: https://github.com/JohnnyFFM/miner-burst/releases
Version: v.1.170900 and up
Version: 1.8.1 and up
Version: 5.2 and up
@rds We have 756 peers, with 3 wallets.