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March 05, 2016, 05:23:56 AM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

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March 05, 2016, 05:36:03 AM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...
Thats what Im saying spread the love. I do need another 20 % nothing no blocks today help a brother out.
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March 05, 2016, 06:20:15 AM
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Ok we are added a BTC donation address to the CPU miner bounty... Some of you may not have HOdl to donate and this will give you a way to get your PC's mining HODlcoin in a pool.. Both freetrade and I will hodl the private Key in case something bad happens to one of us..

at time of post we have 0.103944 BTC   

https://blockchain.info/address/1BountyELvhYAqKFPr6aFCBKyAJTjywoqW


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pays interest on Term Deposits up to 15%!! Yes even Cold Storage!!
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March 05, 2016, 09:26:11 AM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

two blocks tonight so it looks good ;-)
need to fix a couple things: very slow shutdown and the risk of computing the same hash on multiple wallets, as I have serial nonces. Maybe I can add a number to the start nonce depending on the mineraddress. Even better would be a different merkleroot, but I don't know how to do it.
then some cleanup and prepare a fork + branch for the pull request.

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March 05, 2016, 10:00:21 AM
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An Assessment of Online Cloud Server Providers for HOdlcoin Mining


IBM SoftLayer *** WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER ***  Grin

Type: Bare metal server
Config: 1 off dual 8-core E5-2690 with 16GB RAM
Hash: 460 H/sec
Cost: $512 pcm
Setup: Requires familiarity with Linux
Deals: $500 free trial
Site: http://www.softlayer.com/info/five-hundred?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=Sitelink_-_$500_Off&utm_campaign=AP_-_ANZ_-_English_-_Australia_-_Search_-_Google_-_Brand&utm_term=softlayer%20servers&matchtype=e&_bt=95799329042&_bk=softlayer%20servers&_bm=e&adgroup=Sitelink_-_$500_Off
Comments: #1 rating despite generally awful website. Hardware failed right after setup, and delays cost money. Reasonably fast and patient - though mostly incompetent - customer service. On signup I was provided with an over-spec server, which was dual decacore at 3GHz and gave a hashrate of 635 H/sec. The second unit was exactly per spec but had 32GB of memory, which is no advantage at all. Ideal platform for a continuous and unvarying computing task.

Google Cloud *** RUNNER UP ***  Cool

Type: Virtual server, although performance is more like bare metal
Config: 4 off (n1-standard-8) 8-core with 30GB RAM
Hash: 416 H/sec
Cost: $817.60 pcm
Setup: Fairly simple web interface
Deals: $300 free trial with 60 days to use credit
Site: https://cloud.google.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=2016-q1-cloud-japac-au-gcp-bkws-freetrial&utm_content=en&gclid=CMSbuZihqcsCFYUrvQodejcF-w
Comments: Pay for usage only, which saves money. This would be my first choice if speeds matched SoftLayer Bare Metal and price was even vaguely comparable. Good choice for inexpert users, although you still need to install it correctly. SSH client inbuilt, which is great. Common Google login. Slow user interface but nice graphical representation of server efficiency and uptime. Charged by minute of uptime, fine grained configuration changes available. Awesome platform generally.
Additional info: At $621.38 their n1-highcpu-32 (32 vCPUs and 28.8GB mRAM) product might be a real contender for first place, but unfortunately this unit was not available for testing under the free offer. Sustained usage discount of up to 30% could reduce this price even further. Having now tested this configuration I can happily state that it reaches 460 H/sec and is very well worthwhile.

IBM SoftLayer *** NONONONONO ***  Roll Eyes

Type: Virtual server
Config: 1 off 16-core with 16GB RAM & 1 off 8-core with 8GB RAM
Hash: 132 H/sec
Cost: $544 pcm
Setup: Requires familiarity with Linux
Deals: $500 free trial
Site: http://www.softlayer.com/info/five-hundred?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=Sitelink_-_$500_Off&utm_campaign=AP_-_ANZ_-_English_-_Australia_-_Search_-_Google_-_Brand&utm_term=softlayer%20servers&matchtype=e&_bt=95799329042&_bk=softlayer%20servers&_bm=e&adgroup=Sitelink_-_$500_Off
Comments: DO NOT SELECT THIS SERVICE. See Bare Metal above.

Microsoft Azure Platform *** TOTAL LUZERS ***  Cry

Type: Virtual server
Config: 2 off (A4 Basic) 8-core with 14GB RAM
Hash: 40 H/se
Cost: $559.49 pcm
Setup: Awful popups, clunky setup
Deals: $200 free credit
Site: https://account.windowsazure.com/Home/Index
Comments: 8-core servers can only be set up in US mainland, despite false advertising. Only one unit per center is allowed by the interface. Free trial was shut down and servers decommissioned without notice or reason given. No rules of their User Agreement had been broken. Pay for support. Rubbish generally.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) *** POINTS FOR ATTENDING ***  Angry

Type: Virtual server
Config: 1 off EC2 with 1GB RAM
Hash: -
Cost: -
Setup: Messy interface
Deals: Free EC2 server for 12 months.
Site: https://aws.amazon.com/free/?sc_channel=PS&sc_campaign=acquisition_AU&sc_publisher=google&sc_medium=cloud_computing_nb&sc_content=cloud_free_p_control&sc_detail=cloud%20free&sc_category=cloud_computing&sc_segment=96563426724&sc_matchtype=p&sc_country=AU&s_kwcid=AL!4422!3!96563426724!p!!g!!cloud%20free&ef_id=VtqrCgAABPQ5eK8W:20160305094650:s
Comments: Free servers include only 1GB memory. Unsuitable for HOdl, can't install.

Also-rans

No other trial offers worth attempting. Many sites promise trials but you can't sign up. Probably farming email addresses for spam purposes. All prices in this comparison were quoted in USD and are effective as at 3 March 2016.

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March 05, 2016, 10:07:58 AM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

two blocks tonight so it looks good ;-)
need to fix a couple things: very slow shutdown and the risk of computing the same hash on multiple wallets, as I have serial nonces. Maybe I can add a number to the start nonce depending on the mineraddress. Even better would be a different merkleroot, but I don't know how to do it.
then some cleanup and prepare a fork + branch for the pull request.

Cool, interested to see what you're tweaking for the extra performance Smiley

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March 05, 2016, 10:30:41 AM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

two blocks tonight so it looks good ;-)
need to fix a couple things: very slow shutdown and the risk of computing the same hash on multiple wallets, as I have serial nonces. Maybe I can add a number to the start nonce depending on the mineraddress. Even better would be a different merkleroot, but I don't know how to do it.
then some cleanup and prepare a fork + branch for the pull request.

Cool, interested to see what you're tweaking for the extra performance Smiley

mostly reduced cache usage and miner overhead, and other things I don't remember Smiley

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March 05, 2016, 01:36:23 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

From 20 February ,  2100 HOODL

CPU i7 4,5Ghz Skylake,

I also have opened 20 wallets and 50 pages in Chrome.

it is POWER   Smiley

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March 05, 2016, 04:15:35 PM
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For the love of god can we get a different exchange. Alcurex is awful.
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March 05, 2016, 04:55:50 PM
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For the love of god can we get a different exchange. Alcurex is awful.


No Exchange needed, just HODL Grin

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March 05, 2016, 05:00:18 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

two blocks tonight so it looks good ;-)
need to fix a couple things: very slow shutdown and the risk of computing the same hash on multiple wallets, as I have serial nonces. Maybe I can add a number to the start nonce depending on the mineraddress. Even better would be a different merkleroot, but I don't know how to do it.
then some cleanup and prepare a fork + branch for the pull request.

Fixed slow shutdown and rebased on current git HEAD.
Need to decide if revert to random nonce or keep serial ones, but avoid same "midhash" on multiple wallets.
Ideas?

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March 05, 2016, 05:30:41 PM
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For the love of god can we get a different exchange. Alcurex is awful.


Agree, but when everyone's ready it's up to us to take a few minutes and submit a request for HODL on the better exchanges.
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March 05, 2016, 06:32:47 PM
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For the love of god can we get a different exchange. Alcurex is awful.


No Exchange needed, just HODL Grin

I agree, I think it is a lot more fun HODL'ing these Acorns & trying to hit them solo.

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March 05, 2016, 06:54:21 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

That's pretty interesting! Care to share??

two blocks tonight so it looks good ;-)
need to fix a couple things: very slow shutdown and the risk of computing the same hash on multiple wallets, as I have serial nonces. Maybe I can add a number to the start nonce depending on the mineraddress. Even better would be a different merkleroot, but I don't know how to do it.
then some cleanup and prepare a fork + branch for the pull request.

Fixed slow shutdown and rebased on current git HEAD.
Need to decide if revert to random nonce or keep serial ones, but avoid same "midhash" on multiple wallets.
Ideas?

I think random works well enough.

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March 05, 2016, 09:40:57 PM
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Not work for windows server 2008  Sad "This Application Request the runtime to terminate it an unusual way "  HELP ! Sad

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March 05, 2016, 09:44:25 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

From 20 February ,  2100 HOODL

CPU i7 4,5Ghz Skylake,

I also have opened 20 wallets and 50 pages in Chrome.

it is POWER   Smiley
Man you killed it. I have been working two, Desktop and laptop
        
From 16  February I have 650 or so.

CPU AMD 4.0 GHZ 8350 chipset and the old laptop is maybe 2 ghz amd.

I am wondering why you opened 20 wallets. and 50 pages in chrome. I have only two wallets?
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March 05, 2016, 10:02:37 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

From 20 February ,  2100 HOODL

CPU i7 4,5Ghz Skylake,

I also have opened 20 wallets and 50 pages in Chrome.

it is POWER   Smiley
Man you killed it. I have been working two, Desktop and laptop
        
From 16  February I have 650 or so.

CPU AMD 4.0 GHZ 8350 chipset and the old laptop is maybe 2 ghz amd.

I am wondering why you opened 20 wallets. and 50 pages in chrome. I have only two wallets?

With less cpu power and less than half the days I got the same amount.
There must be something wrong with your setup.
What settings? Hashrate?

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March 05, 2016, 10:11:06 PM
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I managed to improve the wallet miner a bit further.
Now it's about 20% faster on my fx-8320.
Still very rough and untested but already found a block...

From 20 February ,  2100 HOODL

CPU i7 4,5Ghz Skylake,

I also have opened 20 wallets and 50 pages in Chrome.

it is POWER   Smiley
Man you killed it. I have been working two, Desktop and laptop
        
From 16  February I have 650 or so.

CPU AMD 4.0 GHZ 8350 chipset and the old laptop is maybe 2 ghz amd.

I am wondering why you opened 20 wallets. and 50 pages in chrome. I have only two wallets?

With less cpu power and less than half the days I got the same amount.
There must be something wrong with your setup.
What settings? Hashrate?
I been using this set HOdlcoin-qt.exe  -gen=1 -minermemory=2 -genproclimit=8 -miningaddress="my addy" at this setting  2016-03-05 22:07:35 Hashes Per Second=68 (total seconds=30 hashes=2065)
2016-03-05 22:07:44 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-03-05 22:07:44 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 001830d7885a6c9994584f89126e8e484886a80e673e82e304cea3a7f6f8fb4b collisions:1025 gethash:001830d7885a6c9994584f89126e8e484886a80e673e82e304cea3a7f6f8fb4b ba:184314 bb:1719833742 nonce:9674
target: 0000026cfd000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-03-05 22:07:44 Hashes Per Second=75 (total seconds=40 hashes=3023)
2016-03-05 22:08:09 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-03-05 22:08:09 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 001410527e373c1cd3eb282d3ff755f1f4e8ad1466a804bb999ec0afe3f4eb6d collisions:1029 gethash:001410527e373c1cd3eb282d3ff755f1f4e8ad1466a804bb999ec0afe3f4eb6d ba:248917 bb:448132620 nonce:3696
target: 0000026cfd000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-03-05 22:08:09 Hashes Per Second=48 (total seconds=64 hashes=3094)
2016-03-05 22:08:19 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-03-05 22:08:19 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 006e9ba426f055ddc2abc69054a46044c94a682d8be5ca9e44eb8cc4165b4063 collisions:1000 gethash:006e9ba426f055ddc2abc69054a46044c94a682d8be5ca9e44eb8cc4165b4063 ba:138434 bb:815398924 nonce:5789
target: 0000026cfd000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-03-05 22:08:19 Hashes Per Second=53 (total seconds=75 hashes=4023)
2016-03-05 22:08:50 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-03-05 22:08:50 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 005a5112f2be59d7b7c7683af7db9e6d06eca0e032f5ba3d4da2b2cc28ea581c collisions:1029 gethash:005a5112f2be59d7b7c7683af7db9e6d06eca0e032f5ba3d4da2b2cc28ea581c ba:116766 bb:1992538485 nonce:1005
target: 0000026cfd000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-03-05 22:08:50 Hashes Per Second=39 (total seconds=105 hashes=4123)
2016-03-05 22:08:58 HOdlcoinMiner:
2016-03-05 22:08:58 search finished - best hash 
  hash: 0010eff1d16d822e49838af9d455d0e0e39db23933486ad879261b1ad5a7b62f collisions:1009 gethash:0010eff1d16d822e49838af9d455d0e0e39db23933486ad879261b1ad5a7b62f ba:901 bb:850834785 nonce:8144
target: 0000026cfd000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2016-03-05 22:08:58 Hashes Per Second=44 (total seconds=114 hashes=5032)



 I have tried everything from just clicking the mine drop down which seems to have the highest hash at like 110 around there.

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March 05, 2016, 10:22:01 PM
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To read the hashrate it's easier to run "getmininginfo" on the console.
Yours seems to swing a bit too much, maybe some other process eating resources?
Also try running with just 1gb: you loose less hashes when a new block is detected on the network. Until I can publish my patch...

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Ok thanks for your help bout to reload @ 1 gb now.  Roll Eyes
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