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May 10, 2013, 09:51:05 AM
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yes it's down

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May 10, 2013, 10:09:15 AM
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What hashrates are you getting compared to stock wallet miner?
I get ~24kh/s on cpuminer and ~150kh/s on yacoind (sadly, no more luck solo-mining).

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May 10, 2013, 10:09:25 AM
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back to solo mining for now  Sad

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May 10, 2013, 10:19:54 AM
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yay, the pool is back online
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May 10, 2013, 10:22:52 AM
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yay, the pool is back online

confirmed!  Grin
Also same hashrate between pool and wallet
(remember pool hashrate is based on share submission, not actual hashrate)

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May 10, 2013, 10:26:36 AM
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Well, now I get 70kh/s... I guess that's enough from this CPU Cheesy

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May 10, 2013, 10:30:09 AM
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if anyone is wondering what you have to do to get it to launch,

make a .bat file in your cpuminer directory with the following:

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minerd.exe -o http://mineyac.dontmine.me:8080 -u <user.workname> -p <pass> -a scrypt-jane


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May 10, 2013, 10:37:00 AM
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which hasrate do you get with which cpu ?

i´m getting around:

i5 3570k @ 4,7ghz = 111 kh/s (in miner)
i3 @3.1ghz = 38 kh/s
NB i5 2450m 2,8ghz =  33kh/s

and another i5 @ 3ghz will be addet in a few minutes.
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May 10, 2013, 10:41:04 AM
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which hasrate do you get with which cpu ?

i´m getting around:

i5 3570k @ 4,7ghz = 111 kh/s (in miner)
i3 @3.1ghz = 38 kh/s

and another i5 @ 3ghz will be addet in a few minutes.

i5 2500k @ 4.3 GHz = 190 KH/s, running minerd on Ubuntu, which is running in a VM on Win7. CPU usage for the VM capped to 90%, so I can keep using my computer while mining.
i7 740QM (mobile) @ stock = 93 KH/s, running on under Ubuntu.
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May 10, 2013, 10:42:04 AM
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if you're using Windows (i got the win32 binary for the edited scrypt-jane) :

open op a Command Prompt & use the following command :

Disk Letter:\your minerd folder\ minerd -a scrypt-jane -o http://yac.dontmine.me:443 -u username.1 -p x

& it'll start running Smiley

Thank you for taking the time to post this.  I used that info to create a .bat and we're g2g. 

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May 10, 2013, 10:46:08 AM
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ok thats heavyly more than mine. so i can expect more thant 200kh/s under ubuntu. will try it now. which vm software is actually best for it ?
Is there a compiled linus version for download right now ?
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May 10, 2013, 10:48:03 AM
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I need help, is download the binary versión (The 2 dll files), i put them in the minerd folder, then i open minerd with cmd and put -a scrypt-jane -s 5 -t 4 -o http://yac.dontmine.me:8080 -u riddikulo.1 -p x but nothing happeds, minerd shows me again the imput options like not getting the -a scrypt-jane a valid option.
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May 10, 2013, 10:48:34 AM
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which hasrate do you get with which cpu ?

i´m getting around:

i5 3570k @ 4,7ghz = 111 kh/s (in miner)
i3 @3.1ghz = 38 kh/s

and another i5 @ 3ghz will be addet in a few minutes.

i5 2500k @ 4.3 GHz = 190 KH/s, running minerd on Ubuntu, which is running in a VM on Win7. CPU usage for the VM capped to 90%, so I can keep using my computer while mining.
i7 740QM (mobile) @ stock = 93 KH/s, running on under Ubuntu.

nice, Intels seem to be doing a good job.  Here's where I am sitting:

2x Opteron 2.2ghz 6274 (32 cores)  191kh/s
i5 670 3.5ghz (dual core with hyperthreading) 27kh/s
i7 laptop 2.2ghz (8 logical cores) 70kh/s
AMD 940 Quad core 39kh/s


The opterons are cranking out decent numbers, but I'm sure the electricity is being raped.  I would bet the intel's are more efficient power wise for sure & per/core count hashing is way higher on the intel chips.

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May 10, 2013, 10:50:54 AM
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ok thats heavyly more than mine. so i can expect more thant 200kh/s under ubuntu. will try it now. which vm software is actually best for it ?
Is there a compiled linus version for download right now ?


download an Ubuntu.iso

after this follow the steps described

http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/virtualbox
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May 10, 2013, 10:51:58 AM
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also what am I doing wrong...because each GPU I have mining LTC is down by 15-20kh/s.  Should I crank back the CPU's a bit to let the system breathe?  What's the command for setting # cores in this miner?

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May 10, 2013, 10:53:46 AM
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which hasrate do you get with which cpu ?

i´m getting around:

i5 3570k @ 4,7ghz = 111 kh/s (in miner)
i3 @3.1ghz = 38 kh/s

and another i5 @ 3ghz will be addet in a few minutes.

i5 2500k @ 4.3 GHz = 190 KH/s, running minerd on Ubuntu, which is running in a VM on Win7. CPU usage for the VM capped to 90%, so I can keep using my computer while mining.
i7 740QM (mobile) @ stock = 93 KH/s, running on under Ubuntu.

nice, Intels seem to be doing a good job.  Here's where I am sitting:

2x Opteron 2.2ghz 6274 (32 cores)  191kh/s
i5 670 3.5ghz (dual core with hyperthreading) 27kh/s
i7 laptop 2.2ghz (8 logical cores) 70kh/s
AMD 940 Quad core 39kh/s


The opterons are cranking out decent numbers, but I'm sure the electricity is being raped.  I would bet the intel's are more efficient power wise for sure & per/core count hashing is way higher on the intel chips.

I get 70kh/s on Intel Core i3-2350M CPU @ 2.30GHz (2 cores, 4 threads)

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May 10, 2013, 10:54:11 AM
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also what am I doing wrong...because each GPU I have mining LTC is down by 15-20kh/s.  Should I crank back the CPU's a bit to let the system breathe?  What's the command for setting # cores in this miner?

cgminer (or whatever miner you use for LTC) also uses some CPU resources to coordinate the GPU-work. If you mine both YAC and LTC (or some other cgminer coin), you're going to see some loss of hash-rate on both (though still better results than only mining one coin of course).
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May 10, 2013, 10:56:11 AM
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i5 3570k stop, 3/4 cores, 160kh/s stable with cpuminer on virtualbox

also I got some coin confirmed on Account Balance.
It's difficult to say if the payout is accurate but shares count [paid and updaid] is 90% of what I submitted with cpuminer

also what am I doing wrong...because each GPU I have mining LTC is down by 15-20kh/s.  Should I crank back the CPU's a bit to let the system breathe?  What's the command for setting # cores in this miner?

cgminer (or whatever miner you use for LTC) also uses some CPU resources to coordinate the GPU-work. If you mine both YAC and LTC (or some other cgminer coin), you're going to see some loss of hash-rate on both (though still better results than only mining one coin of course).

I only see 0.7% loss hash rate on gpu, I am happy to ignore it if I can mine yac Grin

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May 10, 2013, 10:57:44 AM
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also what am I doing wrong...because each GPU I have mining LTC is down by 15-20kh/s.  Should I crank back the CPU's a bit to let the system breathe?  What's the command for setting # cores in this miner?

-genproclimit=1

change the '1' to how many cores you want to use.

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May 10, 2013, 10:58:21 AM
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I think you should be getting WAY more kh/s with those desktop CPUs. Try to recompile with:

Code:
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3 -march=native"
make

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