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June 08, 2015, 07:42:29 PM
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In order to become a host, peers need to be able to connect to you on your host port. If you're behind NAT (and most of you are), you need to set up port forwarding on your router. Most routers have a web interface available at 192.168.0.1 or 10.0.0.1 where you can configure port forwarding. There are lots of guides for how to do this, e.g. www.portforward.com.

You can use this site to test your connectivity: http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports
Enter your host port (default is 9982) and hit "Check." If it says that the port is closed, you cannot become a host until it's open.

Port forwarding is a pain and it would be nice if you didn't have to do it. This is where technologies like UPnP and NAT-PMP come in: they automatically forward your ports so you don't have to monkey around in your router settings. We are working to add UPnP to an upcoming release, but we don't have a precise ETA yet.

Why do I also get this annouce error? But both port 9981 and 9982 on my computer are correctly forward and pass the test of that webpage. Any possible reasons? Thanks for helping.

Hmm. It's possible that you need to open the port on your firewall as well. Failing that, the only thing I can think of that would prevent connectivity is that the timeout for the test is only 1 second. If your latency is so high that it's taking more than a full second to ping yourself, you may see the "cannot announce" error.
I will extend the timeout in the next release. In the meantime, I can create a special win64 binary with an extended timeout. Let me know if you're willing to test the fix.

Ho, forget to tell, I also tried with firewall off and I still get the error. So firewall is not the cause.

I would test the fix.

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June 08, 2015, 07:50:41 PM
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Awesome, you should see around 100-110 MH+ if mining properly with a 290  Smiley

But how to mine properly? No config, no intencity, no thread concurrency....  Undecided And you are lucky if GPU miner at least can start on your PC...

I guess the only way is by tweaking the .cl in the miner dir or using a modified miner. I use this one: http://pastebin.com/6ks9BQAp    280x -> 110 Mh/s


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June 08, 2015, 08:06:53 PM
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nice work on sia, but when will the next GUI wallet be released?  Also when is the desktop integration like dropbox coming out?

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June 08, 2015, 08:22:53 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Would really appreciate it if you could share your settings. I am hashing with only about 100-112 Mh/s with my 280x

Modified miner and mostly rewritten opencl code. Still a work in progress. Power use is almost doubled.

Are you planning on sharing that at all? We'd all appreciate it.
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June 08, 2015, 08:43:34 PM
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nice work on sia, but when will the next GUI wallet be released?  Also when is the desktop integration like dropbox coming out?

We are taking the (copious amount of) feedback we've received into account and working on the next release around the clock. We hope to have it out by the end of the week.

Desktop integration is probably a long ways off. First and foremost, the platform needs to stabilize a bit, more hosts need to join, etc. Furthermore, desktop integration is not a simple task; on Mac/Linux, we'd probably use FUSE, and on Windows we might look at file system events to trigger uploads/downloads. I haven't worked out the details yet because we've had more pressing concerns.


Hmm. It's possible that you need to open the port on your firewall as well. Failing that, the only thing I can think of that would prevent connectivity is that the timeout for the test is only 1 second. If your latency is so high that it's taking more than a full second to ping yourself, you may see the "cannot announce" error.
I will extend the timeout in the next release. In the meantime, I can create a special win64 binary with an extended timeout. Let me know if you're willing to test the fix.

Ho, forget to tell, I also tried with firewall off and I still get the error. So firewall is not the cause.

I would test the fix.

ok, I changed the timeout to 20 seconds. Please test this binary (wait for the full 20 seconds) and let me know if the problem persists: www.siacoin.com/dist/Sia-HostTest-win64.zip
If you are using the UI, you will need to replace the copy of siad in your Sia-UI/Sia folder with the one in this binary. Alternatively, you can test it from the command line with "siac host announce".
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June 08, 2015, 08:48:06 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Oh, come on, yeah it's fun - but don't be too proud of it - it's not like it was brain surgery :3

you're damn right: it was pretty easy ;-)

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June 08, 2015, 09:03:40 PM
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nice work on sia, but when will the next GUI wallet be released?  Also when is the desktop integration like dropbox coming out?

We are taking the (copious amount of) feedback we've received into account and working on the next release around the clock. We hope to have it out by the end of the week.

Desktop integration is probably a long ways off. First and foremost, the platform needs to stabilize a bit, more hosts need to join, etc. Furthermore, desktop integration is not a simple task; on Mac/Linux, we'd probably use FUSE, and on Windows we might look at file system events to trigger uploads/downloads. I haven't worked out the details yet because we've had more pressing concerns.


Hmm. It's possible that you need to open the port on your firewall as well. Failing that, the only thing I can think of that would prevent connectivity is that the timeout for the test is only 1 second. If your latency is so high that it's taking more than a full second to ping yourself, you may see the "cannot announce" error.
I will extend the timeout in the next release. In the meantime, I can create a special win64 binary with an extended timeout. Let me know if you're willing to test the fix.

Ho, forget to tell, I also tried with firewall off and I still get the error. So firewall is not the cause.

I would test the fix.

ok, I changed the timeout to 20 seconds. Please test this binary (wait for the full 20 seconds) and let me know if the problem persists: www.siacoin.com/dist/Sia-HostTest-win64.zip
If you are using the UI, you will need to replace the copy of siad in your Sia-UI/Sia folder with the one in this binary. Alternatively, you can test it from the command line with "siac host announce".

It instanly say the same error message. (I have replace the siad.exe, from the mining cpu version availabe in this thread)

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June 08, 2015, 10:10:54 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Oh, come on, yeah it's fun - but don't be too proud of it - it's not like it was brain surgery :3

you're damn right: it was pretty easy ;-)

Oh, by the way, 280X around 800MH/s, and this is still including the block fetch; I haven't modified this to be done async yet.

Could you perhaps share the modifications you made?

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June 08, 2015, 10:12:09 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Oh, come on, yeah it's fun - but don't be too proud of it - it's not like it was brain surgery :3

you're damn right: it was pretty easy ;-)

Oh, by the way, 280X around 800MH/s, and this is still including the block fetch; I haven't modified this to be done async yet.

I'm about there as well: removed ram usage, can get to 800 with a bit of core overclock.
Nice to know I'm on the right track!

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June 08, 2015, 10:15:47 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Oh, come on, yeah it's fun - but don't be too proud of it - it's not like it was brain surgery :3

you're damn right: it was pretty easy ;-)

Oh, by the way, 280X around 800MH/s, and this is still including the block fetch; I haven't modified this to be done async yet.

Could you perhaps share the modifications you made?

Yes, that would be awesome. It is really surprising that they are getting 6 times the hashrate with those modifications.
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June 08, 2015, 10:47:52 PM
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How i can activate all cards at system but not just only one or it's impossible with this miner?! And how i can mine at one wallet placed at the same local network with rigs?! Thanks
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June 08, 2015, 11:07:00 PM
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how to buy this coin?
i want to buy at 1 satoshi per sia.
read back a few pages the dev set up a buy and sell thread. look for link  Wink

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June 08, 2015, 11:21:54 PM
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I'm buying a NAS array for my home (solar powered) that I will be leasing out over Sia... lets see how much cash I can make from it this year.  Maybe I will expand up to my own little data center as part of Sia cloud storage network.

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June 08, 2015, 11:32:02 PM
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how to buy this coin?
i want to buy at 1 satoshi per sia.

Good luck getting it that cheap.
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June 08, 2015, 11:32:45 PM
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Guys this is so much fun!
My 280x is hashing at 670 Mh/s, I think I can go past 1 GH/s :-)

Not even whirlpoolx was so rewarding!

Oh, come on, yeah it's fun - but don't be too proud of it - it's not like it was brain surgery :3

you're damn right: it was pretty easy ;-)

Oh, by the way, 280X around 800MH/s, and this is still including the block fetch; I haven't modified this to be done async yet.

Could you perhaps share the modifications you made?

I don't work for free; nor does Pallas (I don't think.)

Come on dude, no work for free =/= no work.

let's go lets go with the prices.

first, specs.

gonna need an idea with both speed boost, gpu management, and multi-gpu's. needs at least two out of those three for good deal, one out of three for meh deal.

Or, you can sell binaries if you do?
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June 08, 2015, 11:34:42 PM
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I'm buying a NAS array for my home (solar powered) that I will be leasing out over Sia... lets see how much cash I can make from it this year.  Maybe I will expand up to my own little data center as part of Sia cloud storage network.
Dream big  Cool cause ya never never know

Right now I'm just trying to fill my bag with coins, then on to the rigs for storage next.

This concept is a big project. Rome wasn't built over night lol

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June 08, 2015, 11:37:08 PM
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Anyone noticed, finding blocks has really slowed down? or is it just me lol

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June 08, 2015, 11:48:44 PM
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is this still on testnet or for real, have wallet and miner ready , wallet shows block height 0.. please advice

also do rebrand Electron.app to Sia.app..  I am impressed by use of go language must say...

wallet version is 0.3.0 b365  , Sia version 0.3.3 

miner hashes ok.. but need to know if it is still in beta or real.. thanks much

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June 08, 2015, 11:52:36 PM
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is this still on testnet or for real, have wallet and miner ready , wallet shows block height 0.. please advice

also do rebrand Electron.app to Sia.app..  I am impressed by use of go language must say...

wallet version is 0.3.0 b365  , Sia version 0.3.3 

miner hashes ok.. but need to know if it is still in beta or real.. thanks much

for realz yo.

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June 08, 2015, 11:54:35 PM
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is this still on testnet or for real, have wallet and miner ready , wallet shows block height 0.. please advice

also do rebrand Electron.app to Sia.app..  I am impressed by use of go language must say...

wallet version is 0.3.0 b365  , Sia version 0.3.3  

miner hashes ok.. but need to know if it is still in beta or real.. thanks much

for realz yo.


do I need config json file or conf .. blocks are not synching up... appreciate it.. it is an interesting project

using mac osx for wallet client

worry that I am still hitting testnet by wrong config file or something

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