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  1. For those who don't know how to run the script: 1. Save it in some text editor (vim/nano/some gui editor) as "hugepages.sh" (for example) 2. Ensure that you have terminal in the same direction as the script (use cd to enter directories and cd .. to go back) 3. Run command "chmod +x hugepages.sh" 4. run "sudo ./hugepages.sh enable" to enable hugepages and "sudo ./hugepages.sh disable" to disable them
  2. Have you entered the correct form as your password in miner settings? Should be "MinerName:lazy@gmail.com"
  3. Hi there, you submitted your question few hours ago, so I think you figured it out Block have to mature (Check the blocks page), and then the reward is added to your total due. Be sure to join our Discord
  4. Sorry that I am a bit late, maybe you have solved this already If not, contact the support for manual payout or password reset https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/support
  5. So, you decided that you want to try mining. If you already have a PC of some sort, great! You can download a miner and start mining nearly any cryptocurrency. Our pool currently supports many major CryptoNight based Cryptocurrency coins. This guide does not explain cryptocurrencies themselves; it is recommended that you understand them before you start mining them. 1. ASIC vs. CPU/GPU COINS (As of 1/2019) You probably know that coins like Bitcoin or Litecoin are not profitable to mine with a PC (CPU/GPU - Processor/Graphics card) because there are dedicated machines called A
  6. Pool / block "Effort" and "Luck" are different names for the same thing. We prefer to call it effort, as it is more descriptive. Block effort refers to one block only, overall/pool effort refers to averaged last block efforts. Current effort refers to block that is being mined right now (real-time effort, so to say). Effort is measure how many hashes our pool made to find a block. If a block was found exactly when predicted (based on global hashrate, pool hashrate and block time/difficulty). Each block has its own "luck". Longer block = higher effort. Efforts more than 100% means we were
  7. So, you decided that you wanna try mining. If you already have a PC of some sort, great! You can download a miner and start mining nearly any cryptocurrency. Our pool currently supports many major CryptoNight based Cryptocurrency coins. This guide does not explain cryptocurrencies themselves, it is recommended that you understand them before you start mining them 1. ASIC vs CPU/GPU COINS (As of 9/2018) You probably know that coins like Bitcoin or Litecoin are not profitable to mine with a PC (CPU/GPU - Processor/Graphics card), because there are special machines called ASICs
  8. There is often a discussion about profitability and calculating expected income. But many times calculations turn out to be imprecise. Let's introduce few ways to calculate and analyze mining profit. 1. Manual calculations You can try and calculate expected profit by yourself. For this you need to know your hashrate, global hashrate, blocks per day (24h*60min(=1440) / block time in minutes) and average block reward (newly mined coins + variable tx fees). The formula for daily income is (YourHashrate*BlocksPerDay*AvgBlockReward) / GlobalHashrate Example: Coin:
  9. Let's start by explaining what PPLNS payment system is by explaining its predecessor - PPS system first. When you mine, you find "shares" - solutions to a new block that are not quite enough to be valid, as the difficulty is too low, but big enough for proving your work. PPS is Pay Per Share - for every share you submit (and its difficulty) you get paid. Pool operators absorb all "luck or no luck" of the pool, usually having higher mining fees, so your payouts are more consistent. This system is not perfect, it does not punish pool hoppers, etc. Also in the long run you are loosing m
  10. If you can see it in the blockchain explorer, there must be a fault somewhere in your wallet. Ensure that you have latest binaries of wallet, downloaded directly from team Loki's website. Alternatively, you can use a daemon node instead of syncing with the whole chain. We have one for loki at nodes.hashvault.pro:22023
  11. Hello. Your address is an "integrated address" meaning there is also payment id in it. Which means your address is probably linked to some exchange. Default payment threshold for exchanges / using payment ID is 1 XMR. You can change that if you want, just log in into the dashboard, change the value and log out (you need to log out after changing the value, there is a small bug currently - We are working on it).
  12. Wor3d

    password

    Hello, what did you put into config? If you want to log-in into the page, your password should look like minerName:email@email.com. Then in the dashboard, email is a password.
  13. Pool / block "Effort" and "Luck" are different names for the same thing. We prefer to call it effort, as it is more descriptive. Block effort refers to one block only, overall/pool effort refers to averaged last block efforts. Current effort refers to block that is being mined right now (real-time effort, so to say) Effort is measure how many hashes our pool made to find a block. If a block was found exactly when predicted (based on global hashrate, pool hashrate and block time/difficulty). Each block has its own "luck". Longer block = higher effort. Efforts more than 100% means we were u
  14. On the site I can see some "effort" value in %. Some pools have similiar value called luck. Are they the same thing? And what do they mean? Higher - better? Or the other way around?
  15. Here is the xmrig proxy ready for download https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig-proxy/releases You can find instructions and explanations of the functions on the GitHub page, just look around
  16. What is your budget and coin/algorithm?
  17. Wor3d

    socket error

    I got this error too, not sure what caused it... But on +-3rd attempt it connected succesfully. A way to solve it is to have backup pools set, so if you somehow get an error, you won't loose money. But you will get connected back shortly! ...if everything you set was indeed correct
  18. Also try command "show_transfers" (without quotes), to show if some attacker didn't get your private key and transfered your coins somehow.
  19. Keep that magic spirit for later use
  20. I guess that you are reffering to block 2207. It had 406% effort. Again, not unusual, even big pools can and will have bad luck and high effort on some blocks. Notice block after and block before - the average of just these 3 blocks (including our bad luck one) is only 157.88%. But yes, this can raise concerns, if the pool is working 100%. We are monitoring our traffic carefully, and there weren't any attacks on our monero pool recently. We have numbers of automatic protection systems, which are triggered by possible incoming attacks, and can handle issues. As long as
  21. https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/#!/blocks Set rows per page to maximum (50), and you can see that average effort is 99.8% - which is 0.2% better than "expected". Luck is something that you have to think about, when it comes to mining. Effort will average out to 100% over long period. But in the short term, we can find blocks with (for example) 1%, or 500%. It is not unusual, you have to take it into account.
  22. Linking the block explorer, so we are on the same page https://explorer.stellite.cash/tx/e4fd09cc7412fd69d18258966db1730da625b83cba4494a374b3d21158986039 Another thing, Stellite forked March 2nd to new algorithm, which requires wallet update. Have you got the newest version of the wallet? https://twitter.com/stellitecash/status/980803292493164544
  23. Wor3d

    Set up User

    What mining software are you using? Depending on that, your config file should look like this: "url" : "pool.monero.hashvault.pro:5555", "user" : "43To46Y9AxNFkY5rsMQaLwbRNaxLZVvc4LJZt7Cx9Dt23frL6aut2uC3PsMiwGY5C5fKLSn6sWyoxRQTK1dhdBpKAX8bsUW", "pass" : "MySuperRig:email@email.com", "keepalive" : "true", "nicehash" : "false" Read more here https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/#!/help/getting_started
  24. Wor3d

    Set up User

    Yes, if I understood you correctly from your brief explanation. You put your public address (95 characters long) in miner settings.
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