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January 19, 2014, 12:17:31 PM
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Tried for GPU. No success Sad

Starting like this:


No output for minutes (GPU is not working, no temp raising at all)

Then this error is coming:




Idea ?
This is testing on an ATI 5870, which has been mining for months (so capable) till 7990 is arrived.

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January 19, 2014, 12:20:11 PM
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Sux. Still, as you mentioned it is pretty reliable and it will be hard to find something better in that price range.  I've heard a lot of good things about this place lately but never used them so have no clue if good or not.   http://www.dreamhost.com/servers/vps/
Thanks. Or maybe I should redo the whole server to handle reboots gracefully (erm... at all Cheesy). I'm surprised it even works as is TBH.  Grin

So we still think transactions will have a reasonable chance of being minted in 90 days?  If so - that voids all of my concerns above.  Smiley
Well, it the short/mid-term, yes. No clue if it will hold long-term. But even then, this aspect can be changed without a hard-fork if most of the nodes will be honest (at least short-term Smiley) by increasing the minimum amount of YAC required for PoS and bumping the coin split threshold up a little - thus decreasing the number of PoS blocks required by a single address to get interest on all of its coins.

I thought if the update prevented two POS blocks from being being consecutive, this would reduce the number of POS blocks to 720 per day.  With less POS blocks, I was concerned that our transactions may sit for months (or years) before having a chance of being minted.  Transactions would quickly hit their coin-age cap (90 days) and only a static few (~720) transactions would be minted each day.  I have this issue with PPC - I have several transactions that haven't been minted in over a year and they are no longer gaining coin-age.  They are all reasonably sized and have hundreds of coin-years in age.  Never the less, they aren't minting - making them less appealing to hang on to (not to mention the full year I've wasted holding on to them).  I just wanted to make sure we didn't introduce a bottleneck like this to YAC.
I've rewritten the code to actually allow consecutive PoS blocks, but only give non-zero trust to the first one. Also, if my math is correct, YAC is supposed to have 144 PoS blocks/day (10 minute interval), not 720. Smiley

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January 19, 2014, 12:26:41 PM
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I have downloaded already.
Tried with CPUminer and also with YACminer (whjich is actually a modified cgminer for YAC) but no soccess at all Sad

Could You please one of You who are mining give me a proper command line Huh
With my settings is always error message like "no reply by emty server" or only rejected with boooos Sad


Thank You in advance.
You can hit me by PM as well.

For GPU I use the following command line:

Code:
start yacminer.exe --scrypt -o http://yac.coinmine.pl:9088 -u *user* -p *pass* -w 128 --lookup-gap 2 -I 8 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 --gpu-engine 1200 --gpu-memclock 900 --gpu-powertune 20

For CPU I'm use:

Code:
start minerd-corei7.exe -a scrypt-jane -t 4 -s 2 -o stratum+tcp://yac.coinmine.pl:9088 -u *user* -p *pass*

Which pool are you using?  Maybe try yac.coinmine.pl?  I haven't had any problems with it.




Tried CPU (it is working)
With 8 threads im having 0.8 Khash/s (0.1 / thread)


IS IT NORMAL with a core i7 Huh


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January 19, 2014, 10:27:14 PM
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Ok Guys.
Im changing my "tactic" ! Smiley

I offer 2000 YAC to the ONE, who can 1st get me to mine YACoin with my 7990s on: http://yac.coinmine.pl
It is around 0.1 BTC !

Tutor me step by step (NO worries, im not new(bie) at mining at all ! Im mining for months on different pools with different scryptcooins.)
and if you are able to get it mine properly, i will transfer my first mined 2000 YAC to ur wallet !!!

PM me, or even better, you can find me on:coin.millionair@gmail.com

Waiting for ur messages.

Thank You in advance...
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January 19, 2014, 11:03:42 PM
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MANDATORY UPGRADE TO VERSION 0.4.2 REQUIRED

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=423519.msg4608851#msg4608851
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January 19, 2014, 11:12:07 PM
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Errrm... So today I decided to investigate the performance issues of my block explorer.
You know how some pages take literally ages to load, eg. the one for the richest address?

Although the poor VPS has only 590MB available RAM (with another 1GB as swap), the bottleneck is actually the CPU...

So I sifted through the bitcoin-abe source code for hours, just to stumble upon this: http://gregsramblings.com/2011/02/07/amazon-ec2-micro-instance-cpu-steal/

TL;DR: FUCK YOU AMAZON!

I have yet to decide whether I'll switch to a bigger instance or ditch amazon altogether. Do you have any good VPS provider recommendations? I tried chunkhost for a bit, but my VPS got restarted several times during a one month period, which is unacceptable. The EC2 instance has not had a single unwanted reboot since I started it, quite impressive.

Sux. Still, as you mentioned it is pretty reliable and it will be hard to find something better in that price range.  I've heard a lot of good things about this place lately but never used them so have no clue if good or not.   http://www.dreamhost.com/servers/vps/


Try lowendbox, or get a low-end dedicated. Don't want to give specific recommendations, but delimitervps offers (when it's not sold out) Intel Atom servers for just $5/month (quarterly) and freaking dual Xeons (Core 2's I think) for $20/month, which I have one of. Search lowendbox or webhostingtalk for the coupons. Offset it with a bit of CPU mining (don't think you're going to get $20 a month, but it's something.)

Others that I can recommend (mostly unmanaged):
ramhost.us (if they're not sold out)
ramnode
buyvm.net (has great storage servers)

PLEASE don't mine on VPSes (except on-demand instances such as amazon or digitalocean). Recipe to get you kicked from your webhost, and violates every TOS imaginable. With a dedicated, it's yours, so no one cares.

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January 20, 2014, 12:51:38 AM
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Errrm... So today I decided to investigate the performance issues of my block explorer.
You know how some pages take literally ages to load, eg. the one for the richest address?

Although the poor VPS has only 590MB available RAM (with another 1GB as swap), the bottleneck is actually the CPU...

So I sifted through the bitcoin-abe source code for hours, just to stumble upon this: http://gregsramblings.com/2011/02/07/amazon-ec2-micro-instance-cpu-steal/

TL;DR: FUCK YOU AMAZON!

I have yet to decide whether I'll switch to a bigger instance or ditch amazon altogether. Do you have any good VPS provider recommendations? I tried chunkhost for a bit, but my VPS got restarted several times during a one month period, which is unacceptable. The EC2 instance has not had a single unwanted reboot since I started it, quite impressive.

Sux. Still, as you mentioned it is pretty reliable and it will be hard to find something better in that price range.  I've heard a lot of good things about this place lately but never used them so have no clue if good or not.   http://www.dreamhost.com/servers/vps/


Try lowendbox, or get a low-end dedicated. Don't want to give specific recommendations, but delimitervps offers (when it's not sold out) Intel Atom servers for just $5/month (quarterly) and freaking dual Xeons (Core 2's I think) for $20/month, which I have one of. Search lowendbox or webhostingtalk for the coupons. Offset it with a bit of CPU mining (don't think you're going to get $20 a month, but it's something.)

Others that I can recommend (mostly unmanaged):
ramhost.us (if they're not sold out)
ramnode
buyvm.net (has great storage servers)

PLEASE don't mine on VPSes (except on-demand instances such as amazon or digitalocean). Recipe to get you kicked from your webhost, and violates every TOS imaginable. With a dedicated, it's yours, so no one cares.
Thanks for the list! Any of them accepting BTC?

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I've rewritten the code to actually allow consecutive PoS blocks, but only give non-zero trust to the first one. Also, if my math is correct, YAC is supposed to have 144 PoS blocks/day (10 minute interval), not 720. Smiley

I didn't know PoS had a 10 minute target.  I thought the 1 minute block target was for both PoW and PoS (1440 / 2 (half PoS, half PoW) = 720 blocks per day).  I get up to 10 PoS blocks per day - does this mean I'm actually am getting about 7% of the PoS blocks for that day?

If I'm understanding your last post correctly - does this mean (the change to the block trust) that we shouldn't see a difference in the way transactions are being minted currently?  Basically seemly other then the wallet update?

 

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I've rewritten the code to actually allow consecutive PoS blocks, but only give non-zero trust to the first one. Also, if my math is correct, YAC is supposed to have 144 PoS blocks/day (10 minute interval), not 720. Smiley

I didn't know PoS had a 10 minute target.  I thought the 1 minute block target was for both PoW and PoS (1440 / 2 (half PoS, half PoW) = 720 blocks per day).  I get up to 10 PoS blocks per day - does this mean I'm actually am getting about 7% of the PoS blocks for that day?

If I'm understanding your last post correctly - does this mean (the change to the block trust) that we shouldn't see a difference in the way transactions are being minted currently?  Basically seemly other then the wallet update?
Yeah, nothing changes for the user. Only the trust value for block is calculated differently to try to reduce orphaning.
I'll try to do some graphs on PoS block interval or something soon.

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January 20, 2014, 11:30:33 PM
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Thanks for the list! Any of them accepting BTC?
The only web hosting that I know that accepts BTC is Namecheap.
They have some VPS offerings here, I have used them before and they are stable (but not that cheap).
https://www.namecheap.com/hosting/vps.aspx

You can also check oneprovider.com and ovh.com for cheap dedicated servers. Have used both of them.
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January 24, 2014, 02:36:07 PM
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Probably lost the link, is there a graph of PoS blocks generation? It'll be interesting to look at after the fork.

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Probably lost the link, is there a graph of PoS blocks generation? It'll be interesting to look at after the fork.
The last 2 graphs here:
http://explorer.yacoin.org/graphs.htm

I even prepared a PoS block interval graph, but it's not live yet (soon).

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January 24, 2014, 11:52:50 PM
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when will craptsy return our coins?

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January 28, 2014, 09:10:42 AM
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when will craptsy return our coins?

When YAC will be worth it. Currently daily volume on YAC is so little that they don't want to spend their money to pay extra to YAC service/support only because YAC community want it.

No earnings for exchange = no coin on exchange. It's simple as that.



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January 28, 2014, 10:00:49 AM
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when will craptsy return our coins?

When YAC will be worth it. Currently daily volume on YAC is so little that they don't want to spend their money to pay extra to YAC service/support only because YAC community want it.

No earnings for exchange = no coin on exchange. It's simple as that.



lol yac is still one of the most profitable CPU mining coin today imho, anyway, I was wondering the same about craptsy, I twitted bigvern few days ago but still no answers, in my dashboard I can still see my YAC, but if I click on balance: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/balances#YAC they are not on the list anymore.

BTW, the deposit wallet is still there, they should just give us the chance to withdraw them somehow.
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January 28, 2014, 12:43:57 PM
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Cryptsy removes coins that have reversed transactions.  After block 420,000 this issue should be resolved and they should return the coin permanently.

 

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January 28, 2014, 12:46:54 PM
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ya coin is s till aorund

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January 28, 2014, 04:02:33 PM
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they give me good idea, build exchange, people transfer money to it and you then just lock their coins, nice going, i purchase yac with ltc on craptsy and 2 days after purchase i cant withdraw or exchange since yac balance is frosen, so fu*k you craptsy

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January 28, 2014, 04:08:16 PM
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they give me good idea, build exchange, people transfer money to it and you then just lock their coins, nice going, i purchase yac with ltc on craptsy and 2 days after purchase i cant withdraw or exchange since yac balance is frosen, so fu*k you craptsy
well, it's not their problem that the yac network is having security issues, tbh.

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January 28, 2014, 04:12:56 PM
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they give me good idea, build exchange, people transfer money to it and you then just lock their coins, nice going, i purchase yac with ltc on craptsy and 2 days after purchase i cant withdraw or exchange since yac balance is frosen, so fu*k you craptsy
well, it's not their problem that the yac network is having security issues, tbh.
What kind of problem?

I'm still CPU mining YAC and selling on bter without any apparent problem.
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