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Author Topic: [ANN][YAC] YACoin ongoing development  (Read 345372 times)
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June 12, 2013, 05:51:34 PM
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A public GPU miner is only going to add miners to YAC, which, in my opinion is a good thing. I have a few GPU rigs and ALL of them have the absolute worst, yet most power efficient CPU's - so, not viable for YAC mining. Now that I can point some of them at YACoin, I can get back in the game. I'm guessing it's the same for many. Also, as WM already mentioned, the performance difference isn't like any other scrypt implementations - so for those that have good CPU's, mining is also still viable for them.  

I agree with this, especially since N is at a high enough level now so that GPU miners don't have THAT much of an advantage over CPU miners. I'm still solo-mining on my i7-2700k just fine.

Agree and disagree - I know there were people who were able to do their own OpenCL implementation and get them running ahead of one being publicly released.... However, the GPU in my laptop (7850M) is running at roughly 4x the rate of the CPU (i7 3610M) - that's quite a bit of an advantage!

In comparing YAC on GPU to BTC on GPU, It's looking to me that the newer cards (7xxx) do great at this algorithm, while older cards (5870, I'm looking at you), aren't so good, even though they may crush in BTC hashrate...

7850 -> 140 KH/sec YAC, 310 MH/sec BTC
5870 -> 100 KH/sec YAC, 400 MH/sec BTC



Are you running Techinfernos Throttlestop its great for disabling the boost throttling on laptops

cause as soon as you load it up the boost gets throttled instantly down as you may well know already. But i get your point too i just had to add that in there, that program is the bomb, it really brought a m11x r2 to life that i had

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June 12, 2013, 08:45:07 PM
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I can do 300kh/s for ltc and 90 kh/s for yac with Hanzac's code.

thats .5 LTC versus 27 yacoin at the current difficulty of 0.76. it's about even price-wise.

the cpu ratio is closer to 2:1 in terms of kh/s for ltc vs yac. for cpu its more profitable to mine yac and for gpu its even at current prices.
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June 12, 2013, 09:12:34 PM
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the cpu ratio is closer to 2:1 in terms of kh/s for ltc vs yac. for cpu its more profitable to mine yac and for gpu its even at current prices.

In the long run and if everybody did the same GPU mining LTC and trading for YACs would end being more profitable, as price would rise instead of increasing the supply.

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June 12, 2013, 10:33:07 PM
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GPU miner released, heh..
I'm not so hyped about it.. YAC isn't special anymore, right?

Well, hanzac's GPU miner doesn't perform especially well compared with mtrlt's normal scrypt+salsa kernel for mining other scrypt coins on the same hardware.  Hanzac's OpenCL kernel was already mostly released way way back in this thread, he just needed to fix a few bugs.

I tested it long enough to mine about 5 blocks of YAC then switched my GPU farm back to mining LTC.
GPU farm? You have a CPU farm too, right?
What's your job?  Grin

Perhaps farming?  Smiley
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June 12, 2013, 11:37:22 PM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

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June 13, 2013, 04:26:38 AM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

I was trying to modify eloipool to work with scrypt-jane but I've got segmentation fault errors and I don't know how to debug it (I am not skilled at all in python). In my opinion problem with high stale rate is because for some reason (scrypt-jane dependant calculations?) both pushpool and yacoind are very hungry for resources - CPU usage in average ~10 times higher than other coins. Even if my server is 8 core with 24 GB RAM it creates some delays internally which leads to stales...

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June 13, 2013, 04:28:01 AM
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What I think we need next TBH is a proper mining program with stratum support. That way we can capitalize on the hashrate we still have left and get better feedback and less stale shares.

I looked at this very briefly a few days ago and it looks like it could be adapted to YACoin if someone has time to spend a few hours on it    https://github.com/CryptoManiac/stratum-mining
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June 13, 2013, 05:10:48 AM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

I was trying to modify eloipool to work with scrypt-jane but I've got segmentation fault errors and I don't know how to debug it (I am not skilled at all in python). In my opinion problem with high stale rate is because for some reason (scrypt-jane dependant calculations?) both pushpool and yacoind are very hungry for resources - CPU usage in average ~10 times higher than other coins. Even if my server is 8 core with 24 GB RAM it creates some delays internally which leads to stales...

I find each time it hashes, it will allocate the memory buffer (call scrypt_alloc) and scrypt_free at the end of hash. Will it impact the performance when there're so many threads processing? How about make this memory buffer becomes thread-local to reduce these memory re-allocation?

Otherwise, I can't find more difference of it between the yacoin & other scrypt coins.
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June 13, 2013, 05:19:00 AM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

I was trying to modify eloipool to work with scrypt-jane but I've got segmentation fault errors and I don't know how to debug it (I am not skilled at all in python). In my opinion problem with high stale rate is because for some reason (scrypt-jane dependant calculations?) both pushpool and yacoind are very hungry for resources - CPU usage in average ~10 times higher than other coins. Even if my server is 8 core with 24 GB RAM it creates some delays internally which leads to stales...

I find each time it hashes, it will allocate the memory buffer (call scrypt_alloc) and scrypt_free at the end of hash. Will it impact the performance when there're so many threads processing? How about make this memory buffer becomes thread-local to reduce these memory re-allocation?

Otherwise, I can't find more difference of it between the yacoin & other scrypt coins.

If you are asking me - I have no idea how to do this Smiley but I can easily test it if you can provide example.

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June 13, 2013, 08:30:53 AM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

I was trying to modify eloipool to work with scrypt-jane but I've got segmentation fault errors and I don't know how to debug it (I am not skilled at all in python). In my opinion problem with high stale rate is because for some reason (scrypt-jane dependant calculations?) both pushpool and yacoind are very hungry for resources - CPU usage in average ~10 times higher than other coins. Even if my server is 8 core with 24 GB RAM it creates some delays internally which leads to stales...

I find each time it hashes, it will allocate the memory buffer (call scrypt_alloc) and scrypt_free at the end of hash. Will it impact the performance when there're so many threads processing? How about make this memory buffer becomes thread-local to reduce these memory re-allocation?

Otherwise, I can't find more difference of it between the yacoin & other scrypt coins.

If you are asking me - I have no idea how to do this Smiley but I can easily test it if you can provide example.

I made the change of code by using boost's thread-local facility. Here is the patch against the current git: https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin
http://sourceforge.net/projects/hnindev/files/yacoin_mem_opt_patch.zip

I've locally built the client, it works no error.
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June 13, 2013, 10:18:44 AM
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the cpu ratio is closer to 2:1 in terms of kh/s for ltc vs yac. for cpu its more profitable to mine yac and for gpu its even at current prices.

In the long run and if everybody did the same GPU mining LTC and trading for YACs would end being more profitable, as price would rise instead of increasing the supply.

Don't forget that YAC block reward decreases with difficulty going up. More hashrate means YAC price must go up else mining becomes unprofitable.

[BOUNTY]

Anyway, is there someone skilled enough to add coin control to YACoin client? More info here > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144331.0
I'll pay 1 BTC for the job which must include source code and working Win32 and 64 bit binaries. Others are welcomed to add some coins to bounty.

Hah, this is attractive. I'll see if I have spare time after tomorrow. I will take it if there's no one else accept this request. ;-)

But what's used for? I don't know why it's worth for 1BTC bounty.

OK, I got it. But now I'm wondering why not put this coin control directly in the yacoin-qt client?
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June 13, 2013, 10:35:14 AM
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maybe time for a YAC pool with stratum now the gpu miner is out, getting quite a few stales

I was trying to modify eloipool to work with scrypt-jane but I've got segmentation fault errors and I don't know how to debug it (I am not skilled at all in python). In my opinion problem with high stale rate is because for some reason (scrypt-jane dependant calculations?) both pushpool and yacoind are very hungry for resources - CPU usage in average ~10 times higher than other coins. Even if my server is 8 core with 24 GB RAM it creates some delays internally which leads to stales...

I find each time it hashes, it will allocate the memory buffer (call scrypt_alloc) and scrypt_free at the end of hash. Will it impact the performance when there're so many threads processing? How about make this memory buffer becomes thread-local to reduce these memory re-allocation?

Otherwise, I can't find more difference of it between the yacoin & other scrypt coins.

If you are asking me - I have no idea how to do this Smiley but I can easily test it if you can provide example.

I made the change of code by using boost's thread-local facility. Here is the patch against the current git: https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin
http://sourceforge.net/projects/hnindev/files/yacoin_mem_opt_patch.zip

I've locally built the client, it works no error.

tested it but it works even slower - there must be also a different issue: I suspect few users on my pool are using botnets to mine yacs, which lead to lot of requests to pushpool...

I set up another pushpool instance on port 8888 - can anyone point a miner to this port and check accepted/rejected ratio?

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June 13, 2013, 12:20:22 PM
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I merged a large set of changes from Joe_Bauers to upgrade to a more recent version of the scrypt-jane library (hopefully easing some of the Windows QT client build problems).  I also added a checkpoint at block height 90000.

Everyone upgrade somewhat cautiously since there were quite a lot of changes to the code, and report if they broke anything.  A Linux build seems to be performing correctly for me after the changes, but I'm more unsure about whether anything broke on the Windows side.

Joe - I left out the RPC port change from 8332 to 8108 for now.  Main concern is that anyone that didn't explicitly specify rpcport= in their config file might have things broken by changing the RPC port (and worse, might not know that it broke).  I think if anyone is running the Novacoin client on the same box, then for now, they may need to manually set rpcport= in the config file.
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June 13, 2013, 12:44:51 PM
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Something is not right, there are 2 blockchains now and YAC explorer is on longer one, which is incompatibile with shorter one.

Checking vs. an old version of the client to see whether the scrypt-jane library upgrade merged from Joe_Bauers broke something with the block hash checks.  Everyone hold on upgrading until we know for sure what's up.
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June 13, 2013, 12:52:03 PM
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what's wrong with YAC, one hour blocks in my pool become to orphan.

and new find block
for example

http://yacexplorer.tk//tx/2bd44cc71eb9ad506c6bb27d7f613cfe60d0cb9c11cf60b32919bf08e557d781

seems orphan, but when list transactions, it show "immature"

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June 13, 2013, 12:56:15 PM
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related?
Code:
REORGANIZE
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 75 blocks; 00000000d4cdea93920c..00000000be297c3fa50a
REORGANIZE: Connect 2 blocks; 00000000d4cdea93920c..6928a457abc4f0f9abaf
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted ccbf7ce008 (poolsz 28)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted d84feee543 (poolsz 32)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted dd785ba78a (poolsz 34)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 20ba535eb1 (poolsz 39)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 75176a0b84 (poolsz 45)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 7881873cce (poolsz 49)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 8978d4d243 (poolsz 50)
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CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 249ecb8714 (poolsz 56)
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REORGANIZE: done
SetBestChain: new best=6928a457abc4f0f9abaf  height=91036  trust=180392666013  date=06/13/13 11:15:25
SetBestChain: new best=c66e7c5bb1d40c37c835  height=91037  trust=181466411933  date=06/13/13 12:02:55
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 462
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 481
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 477
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 490
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 495
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 494
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 492
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 482
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 469
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 464
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 456
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 453
keypool return 12
getblocks 90973 to 6928a457abc4f0f9abaf limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 91036 6928a457abc4f0f9abaf
getblocks 90973 to c66e7c5bb1d40c37c835 limit 500
  getblocks stopping at 91037 c66e7c5bb1d40c37c835
Flushing wallet.dat
Flushed wallet.dat 221ms
getblocks 91036 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 462
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 481
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 477
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 490
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 495
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 494
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 492
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 482
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 469
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 464
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 456
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 453
keypool return 12

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ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
ERROR: ConnectInputs() : tried to spend coinbase at depth 499
keypool return 12
received block 00000000a69aa2d9f222
SetBestChain: new best=00000000a69aa2d9f222  height=91084  trust=182540157899  date=06/13/13 12:50:42
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
keypool return 12
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June 13, 2013, 12:57:30 PM
 #617

Here is a screenshot of my old client (original "official" client) and yacexplorer. I am getting a block # discrepancy as well.

http://nem.io/
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June 13, 2013, 12:58:22 PM
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I've got some orphans from past hour that had been accepted (included a PoS block).

getmininginfo gives 91091



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June 13, 2013, 01:00:44 PM
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My wallet is on block 91095.

Edit: No updated client.

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June 13, 2013, 01:01:11 PM
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Everyone that's showing a lower block count #, are you on a version of the client prior to my Github commits of about an hour ago?  I'm trying to determine now whether everyone having problems is or isn't on the client with the updated scrypt-jane library that I pushed to Github within the last hour.  If anyone showing the lower block count # did not upgrade, then it isn't connected to the changes.  If everyone showing the lower block count # did upgrade, then I'll revert the last 2 commits in the Github repository.

Bitcoin Megastore and eule, did you upgrade in the last hour?
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