Okay, I registered today and started mining with a single AntMiner U1 running at around 2 Gh/s, and it’s working okay, not overheating or throwing too many hardware errors. This is the CGMiner command I use… with the login information removed, of course.
cgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://stratum.d7.lt:3333 -u XXXXXX -p YYYYYY --bmsc-options 115200:20 --bmsc-freq 0981 --per-device-stats
As I said, things seem to be going well, except I keep seeing “Share above target” messages popping up. Nothing is getting rejected, I don’t think, but I don’t know what that message means, so it bothers me. I tried to attach a file, but for some reason it wouldn’t go. So here’s my attempt at fat-fingering in the cgminer output showing the issue.
AMU0 | (5s):1.687G (avg):2.012Gh/s | A:16030 R:16 HW:104 WU:27.9/m Share above target ALL (5s): 917.2M (avg):2.012Gh/s | A:16030 R:16 HW:104 WU:27.9/m Share above target AMU0 | (5s):1.460G (avg):2.012Gh/s | A:16030 R:16 HW:104 WU:27.9/m Share above target Submitting share 6bd146bc to pool 0 Accepted 6bd146bc Diff 2/2 AMU 0 ALL (5s):1.422G (avg):2.012Gh/s | A:16032 R:16 HW:104 WU:27.9/m
Any idea what this message is telling me? And do I need to worry about it?