Started by jrswab, Jul 06, 2021, 04:56 PM
Quote from: "orklemerkle, post:25, topic:672"You can use the `custom-diff` property in your proxy's `config.json` to set a default difficulty level across all miners. (You might also want to set `"custom-diff-stats": true`.)Alternatively, to set an individual miner's difficulty level, append `+diff` to its username (in your miner command-line or JSON). Replace `diff` with a number, minimum 100.You'll want to adjust your difficulty a bit. Too low and you'll get too many shares, loading down your proxy's bandwidth and CPU; too high and you won't see enough shares, making your proxy's calculated hashrate imprecise. Aim for one share per miner every half-minute or so.All that said, this should have no effect on your actual hashrate or how many blocks you get. It only affects how the proxy calculates it.
Quote from: "wow4reedom, post:3, topic:672""192168.0.47:34567 read error: 'end of file' "
Quote from: "wownerian, post:4, topic:672"I believe you'd need to put in 192.168.0.47:3333
Quote from: "wow4reedom, post:7, topic:672"If I'm having my laptop B point to Server A using port 3333, is it still necessary to allow port forwarding to Server A via port 34567, or can I close that port?
Quote from: "233kun, post:10, topic:672"Is it nessesary to run xmrig with `--spend-secret`?