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July 07, 2017, 02:52:54 PM
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pallas if you can fix this

Check here for pre-compiled cuda miner binaries for Win64:
dropbox.com/sh/56lnq52g4gny0m0/AADMJa2QTMSSc4g9gx1BfWIla

not working, it's missed

I don't have that any longer, and it was slower than djm34 current binary anyways.

oh ok, what about this version, seems to be open public https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1801595.1460, i posted in the other thread

24 Mh/s for two cards isn't very fast ;-)

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July 07, 2017, 03:56:07 PM
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any suggestion on how to get my 540,000 xcn off of Polo?
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July 07, 2017, 03:58:09 PM
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any suggestion on how to get my 540,000 xcn off of Polo?

look like polo didn't want to slove this issue ,i open 3 tickets ,but no response

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July 07, 2017, 04:03:53 PM
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Same thing with 3 tickets over the last 2 months
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July 07, 2017, 05:05:41 PM
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pallas if you can fix this

Check here for pre-compiled cuda miner binaries for Win64:
dropbox.com/sh/56lnq52g4gny0m0/AADMJa2QTMSSc4g9gx1BfWIla

not working, it's missed

I don't have that any longer, and it was slower than djm34 current binary anyways.

oh ok, what about this version, seems to be open public https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1801595.1460, i posted in the other thread

24 Mh/s for two cards isn't very fast ;-)


yeah missed that, talking about something else, what about a better exchange like cryptopia?
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July 07, 2017, 07:54:26 PM
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any suggestion on how to get my 540,000 xcn off of Polo?

look like polo didn't want to slove this issue ,i open 3 tickets ,but no response

Polo has huge ticket delays because it says it's dealing with a giant backlog of tickets. There are people waiting months to get their accounts verified. You 'll probably have to wait a long time for a reply.
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July 07, 2017, 10:39:18 PM
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does anyone build pool use nomp and mpos successfully? 

Yes, but only with Litecoin.
Still figuring out how to add in a new algorithm (a new coin to an existing supported algorithm, is easy enough).
With an added difficulty of communicating with the XCN Wallet... I think I got the idea of what is needed to be modified. The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.

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July 07, 2017, 11:56:02 PM
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pallas if you can fix this

Check here for pre-compiled cuda miner binaries for Win64:
dropbox.com/sh/56lnq52g4gny0m0/AADMJa2QTMSSc4g9gx1BfWIla

not working, it's missed

I don't have that any longer, and it was slower than djm34 current binary anyways.

oh ok, what about this version, seems to be open public https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1801595.1460, i posted in the other thread

24 Mh/s for two cards isn't very fast ;-)

Errr... what would be considered a fair or healthy performance rate?
With two 1070's, Windows 10 (I tried with Linux, but I keep getting compile errors with CUDA 8.0 for the ccminer... so its on the backburner) and no overclocking, I am averaging 27-28 MH/s.
Ideally, the top speed I have seen is 30MH/s, when the pool is functioning nicely and during off peak neighborhood bandwidth usage.

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July 08, 2017, 12:00:35 AM
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The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.
I know this is replying to my own post, providing this as an update.
But Eureka!
Found the algo script (I knew I saw it before somewhere...)
Ok, beginning the integration with the algorithm.
Ref Link:
https://github.com/pallas1/Cryptonite/blob/master/src/hashblock.h

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July 08, 2017, 12:17:52 AM
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The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.
I know this is replying to my own post, providing this as an update.
But Eureka!
Found the algo script (I knew I saw it before somewhere...)
Ok, beginning the integration with the algorithm.
Ref Link:
https://github.com/pallas1/Cryptonite/blob/master/src/hashblock.h

Nice!  Keep up the good work.

One of you bag holders in here needs to tip this dude.

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July 08, 2017, 02:35:21 AM
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If anyone wants to be involved in building a Pool for XCN, these are two systems I am working with. The link are to the file repositories.
MPOS - https://github.com/MPOS/php-mpos
NOMP - https://github.com/zone117x/node-open-mining-portal

MPOS - is the front end, the web graphical interface, which I believe I have it figured out. MPOS also has a Stratum for python, but I am giving NOMP, the NodeJS a try.
NOMP - is the mining backend and I expect to be a pain to integrate.

MPOS
For MPOS, the following modifications were needed:
- In the \include\lib\ folder, the file global.inc.php (the original is global.inc.dist.php, but gets copies and renamed to global.inc.php during the install process);
--- Line 38 for the algorithm is changed from "scrypt" to "m7".
Code:
$config['algorithm'] = 'm7';
--- Lines 69 to 71 are changed to reflect the port and rpcuser and rpcpassword used in the wallet's cryptonite.conf file.
--- Lines 93 to 96 are changed to reflect the coin name, url's and ports used.
Code:
$config['gettingstarted']['coinname'] = 'Cryptonite';
$config['gettingstarted']['coinurl'] = 'http://cryptonite.info';
$config['gettingstarted']['stratumurl'] = 'ServerIPAddressHere';
$config['gettingstarted']['stratumport'] = '8008';
--- Lines 103 to 106 if to add in the values from an Exchange
--- Line 142 to change to XCN
Code:
$config['currency'] = 'XCN';

- Create a file in the \include\classes\coins folder, named as coin_n7.class.php
--- The file I have it coded as:
Code:
<?php
$defflip 
= (!cfip()) ? exit(header('HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized')) : 1;

/**
 * We extend our CoinBase class
 * No need to change anything, base class supports
 * M7
 **/
class Coin extends CoinBase {
  protected 
$target_bits 64;
}

- May need to modify line 82 in include\autoloader.inc.php, from scrypt to m7:
Code:
require_once(INCLUDE_DIR . '/lib/m7.php');

- Need to create a file in the includes\lib\ folder named, m7.php.
This file appears to have the algorithm process.

NOMP
The following files look like they need modifications or needed:
- Create a coin file in \coins folder, named as cryptonite.json
--- Need to figure out the values in that file
- Modify the file, package.json located in the root of nomp, to add in "m7" in the keywords section (starting at line 5).


I'm sure there are more that is needed, but that is the start I have so far.

1GH ran a pool, I mined on it for months solid, possibly years! no issues.

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July 08, 2017, 03:56:05 AM
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does anyone build pool use nomp and mpos successfully?  

Yes, but only with Litecoin.
Still figuring out how to add in a new algorithm (a new coin to an existing supported algorithm, is easy enough).
With an added difficulty of communicating with the XCN Wallet... I think I got the idea of what is needed to be modified. The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.

i'd actually created a m7 stratum module for nomp a little while back,
it was the getblocktemplate giving me issues.

however i've just got that part sorted and doing some testing now.

EDIT: depending on how you handle the getblocktemplate, you will run into a specific issue using nomp.. (just a hint)

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July 08, 2017, 07:31:43 AM
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does anyone build pool use nomp and mpos successfully?  

Yes, but only with Litecoin.
Still figuring out how to add in a new algorithm (a new coin to an existing supported algorithm, is easy enough).
With an added difficulty of communicating with the XCN Wallet... I think I got the idea of what is needed to be modified. The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.

i'd actually created a m7 stratum module for nomp a little while back,
it was the getblocktemplate giving me issues.

however i've just got that part sorted and doing some testing now.

EDIT: depending on how you handle the getblocktemplate, you will run into a specific issue using nomp.. (just a hint)
I am quite fine with sharing this out to get pools up and running quickly.
For the getblocktemplate seems to just need to re-arrange the values from the wallet to the server standards.
Code:
Standard Wallets
00 - "capabilities"
01 - "version"
02 - "rules"
03 - "vbavailable"
04 - "vbrequired"
05 - "previousblockhash"
06 - "transactions" {data, txid, hash, depends {fee, sigops, weight}}
07 - "coinbaseaux" {flags}
08 - "coinbasevalue"
09 - "longpollid"
10 - "target"
11 - "mintime"
12 - "mutable" {time, transactions, prevblock}
13 - "noncerange"
14 - "sigolimit"
15 - "sizelimit"
16 - "curtime"
17 - "bits"
18 - "height"

XCN Wallet
00 - "version"
01 - "previousblockhash"
02 - "accountroothash"
03 - "transactions" {data, fee, sigops}
04 - "coinbasevalue"
05 - "coinbasetx"
06 - "longpollid"
07 - "target"
08 - "mintime"
09 - "mutable" {time, transactions, prevblock}
10 - "noncerange"
11 - "sigolimit"
12 - "sizelimit"
13 - "curtime"
14 - "bits"
15 - "height"
Thus remap/rearrange things.
In Pseudo Code:
GetBlockXCN[0..15] = [XCN Wallet's GetBlockTemplate];
GetBlockTemp[0..18] = GetBlockXCN['proposal', 00, 'csv', '', '0', 01, 03, '', 04, 06, 07,  08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15]
GetBlockTemplate[0..18] = GetBlockTemp[0..18]

Other than for verifying the correct hard values (ie: proposal and csv), I think that is all there is to it.

Ref:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Getblocktemplate
https://chainquery.com/bitcoin-api/getblocktemplate

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July 08, 2017, 07:45:00 AM
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i've written a shim that sits between cryptonite and the stratum, that reads the result of 'getblocktemplate' and rebuilds it to suit stratum-mining.
the issue then seems to be the transport layer, which is what i'm working on right now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV3jTOsPdX8

i've got an alternative approach written in case this fails; where it actually decodes/interprets coinbasetx to suit.
what makes it difficult, is only having an amd gpu..

the standard xcn cpuminer only requests 'getwork' regardless of what you tell it to use (ie --no-getwork).
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July 08, 2017, 08:34:33 AM
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does anyone build pool use nomp and mpos successfully?  

Yes, but only with Litecoin.
Still figuring out how to add in a new algorithm (a new coin to an existing supported algorithm, is easy enough).
With an added difficulty of communicating with the XCN Wallet... I think I got the idea of what is needed to be modified. The hardest part for me is the algorithm at this stage.

i'd actually created a m7 stratum module for nomp a little while back,
it was the getblocktemplate giving me issues.

however i've just got that part sorted and doing some testing now.

EDIT: depending on how you handle the getblocktemplate, you will run into a specific issue using nomp.. (just a hint)
I am quite fine with sharing this out to get pools up and running quickly.
For the getblocktemplate seems to just need to re-arrange the values from the wallet to the server standards.
Code:
Standard Wallets
00 - "capabilities"
01 - "version"
02 - "rules"
03 - "vbavailable"
04 - "vbrequired"
05 - "previousblockhash"
06 - "transactions" {data, txid, hash, depends {fee, sigops, weight}}
07 - "coinbaseaux" {flags}
08 - "coinbasevalue"
09 - "longpollid"
10 - "target"
11 - "mintime"
12 - "mutable" {time, transactions, prevblock}
13 - "noncerange"
14 - "sigolimit"
15 - "sizelimit"
16 - "curtime"
17 - "bits"
18 - "height"

XCN Wallet
00 - "version"
01 - "previousblockhash"
02 - "accountroothash"
03 - "transactions" {data, fee, sigops}
04 - "coinbasevalue"
05 - "coinbasetx"
06 - "longpollid"
07 - "target"
08 - "mintime"
09 - "mutable" {time, transactions, prevblock}
10 - "noncerange"
11 - "sigolimit"
12 - "sizelimit"
13 - "curtime"
14 - "bits"
15 - "height"
Thus remap/rearrange things.
In Pseudo Code:
GetBlockXCN[0..15] = [XCN Wallet's GetBlockTemplate];
GetBlockTemp[0..18] = GetBlockXCN['proposal', 00, 'csv', '', '0', 01, 03, '', 04, 06, 07,  08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15]
GetBlockTemplate[0..18] = GetBlockTemp[0..18]

Other than for verifying the correct hard values (ie: proposal and csv), I think that is all there is to it.

Ref:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Getblocktemplate
https://chainquery.com/bitcoin-api/getblocktemplate

keep this hard work ,i amwaiting for your successful

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July 08, 2017, 09:56:30 AM
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keep this hard work ,i amwaiting for your successful
Thanks, but I may not be the one to get it done first.
Either way it is a win.
I think we'll have a pool up and running for testing during the week.
Who knows, may have three versions of pools to test out and see which one is best in performance and reliability.

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July 08, 2017, 01:08:13 PM
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Hey guys

I finally got the wallet synced up but when I run the miner I get the following error:

Code:
C:\Users\xxx\Desktop\Miners\Cryptonite>ccminer -a m7 -s 1 -o http://127.0.0.1:8252 -u yyy-p zzz
*** ccminer 0.0.2-djm34 for nVidia GPUs by djm34 ***
    Built with VC++ 2015 and nVidia CUDA SDK 8.0

  Originally based on Christian Buchner and Christian H. project based on tpruvot 1.8.4 release
  Include algos from alexis78, djm34, sp, tsiv and klausT.
  *** News (02/08/2017): lyra2Z algo for ZCoin

BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze (djm34)
ZCoin donation address: aChWVb8CpgajadpLmiwDZvZaKizQgHxfh5 (djm34)

[2017-07-08 14:59:25] NVAPI GPU monitoring enabled.
[2017-07-08 14:59:25] 2 miner threads started, using 'm7' algorithm.
[2017-07-08 14:59:25] m7 block 1537185, diff 496024.27, net 7703.60 MH/s
[2017-07-08 14:59:26] GPU #1: Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti, 23.08 MH/s
[2017-07-08 14:59:26] GPU #0: MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 22.93 MH/s
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #1: Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti, 5722.27 kH/s
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #0: MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 23.59 MH/s
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #1: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #0: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #1: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #0: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #0: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #1: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:30] GPU #0: unspecified launch failure
[2017-07-08 14:59:31] CTRL_C_EVENT received, exiting
Terminate batch job (Y/N)?

Any idea on what may be causing this? My Nvidia driver version is 382.53 if that makes any difference.
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July 08, 2017, 03:34:38 PM
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There should be a space between the yyy and -p

Also try leave out -s or use -s 3 and higher

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July 08, 2017, 04:36:19 PM
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There should be a space between the yyy and -p
Must've been a typo when I blanked out my username / pw. It's correct in my bat file.

Also try leave out -s or use -s 3 and higher
No difference unfortunately.
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July 08, 2017, 05:17:32 PM
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Could be the drivers since it starts

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