Jump to: , An RPC method used by a miner to get hashing work to try to solve. Many optimizations are possible with SHA256, so running a full SHA256 round is generally inadvisable. If mining pool does supports Long Polling, it should include a X-Long-Polling header with a relative or absolute URI. The bitcoin getwork midstates URI may specify a different port than the original connection.
In this case, the pool may decide to omit the now-deprecated “midstate” and “hash1” fields in the work response. In addition to X-Mining-Extensions, the miner should also send X-Mining-Hashrate, with an integer value of expected hashrate measured in full hashes per second. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm. Here’s the tutorial I was using, just to get a bit of bearing on the issue.
After setting everything up, and downloading everything, all seemed to work fairly well. The only issue was the midstate module – I just couldn’t get it compiled. PHONY: clean clean: rm -f midstate. I tried using cgminer to test if it was working, but it wasn’t able to establish a connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated! And sorry for being a noob at this.
You should not be posting questions as “answers”. If you have a genuine question post it as a new question. This is a question, not an answer. And I still haven’t gotten a solution to this. Did you even read the whole thing? Browse other questions tagged mining-pools or ask your own question.
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