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March 09, 2018, 01:56:33 AM
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so few numbers now Smiley
my rac: Recent average credit    4,823.04
bbp total rac: Recent average credit    491,096

wiki says:
Finally this is your magnitude, which is YourRAC/TotalProjectRac * 1000
it should be  9.8 but i see:
"Magnitude (One-Day)": 1.410219354508925
maybe there should be only *100 not 1000

nevermind, another numbers Smiley
i've got 3752.69 bpp as reward
"Last Superblock Budget": 2660579,
 "e7c056024cd3b781edd5af37965c652c_TaskWeight": 100,
  "e7c056024cd3b781edd5af37965c652c_UTXOWeight": 60,

so if i did almos 1/100 of total rac, i should get 1/100 of budget * taskweight * utxoweight no? ~15677 bbp

so how can i get result 3752 from numbers above ? Smiley


The 60% UTXO weight is already integrated in the Magnitude (the sanctuary engineers the mag as it is computing the contract and takes all components into account as each cpid is calculated), so yes your mag of 1.4102 is actually 1/1000th of the contract, so to arrive at 3752:

? .00141* 2660579 =  3751.41639

ok Smiley so now i see how it could be 3751, but i still not understant 1.41 Wink
as wiki syas 'Finally this is your magnitude, which is YourRAC/TotalProjectRac * 1000'. are you saying that there is som other magic number which takes some other variables into account? so finaly it is myrac/totalrac*1000*magic_number ? Smiley
i will see next  day what happens...



Could this be the contract:sanctuary voting thing?

The RAC for your and project may not be right at the superblock. It could be any time within 24 hours.
If I am understanding correctly.

So the contract could have been from 18 hours ago, maybe your RAC is less then?

It's x1000 because then we wouldn't have to read decimals. When there is more total computing power, your magnitude will be smaller so it may be difficult to read in the future.

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March 09, 2018, 02:36:28 AM
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When I put in email and pass to associate I get error "Unable to sign CPID (and lists the CPID that is assigned in my Rosetta)"

I have tried under distributed computing tab, and I have tried using command, and I get the same error Everytime.
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Make sure your wallet is unlocked, if that doesn't work try sending yourself some BBP to see if it works.
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Thanks alot tmike, my wallet was locked. Its shows it connected now. What should be in my conf file now? Mine shows still connected to the biblepay pool. We no longer use the pool?
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March 09, 2018, 02:45:25 AM
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When I put in email and pass to associate I get error "Unable to sign CPID (and lists the CPID that is assigned in my Rosetta)"

I have tried under distributed computing tab, and I have tried using command, and I get the same error Everytime.

Make sure your wallet is unlocked, if that doesn't work try sending yourself some BBP to see if it works.
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Thanks alot tmike, my wallet was locked. Its shows it connected now. What should be in my conf file now? Mine shows still connected to the biblepay pool. We no longer use the pool?
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You probably want to be on the pool because the hashrate is pretty low, it's really there to maintain the blockchain.

addnode=node.biblepay.org
addnode=biblepay.inspect.network
gen=1
genproclimit=1
utxoamount=50001

The wallet defualts to mining so you don't really need gen=1. Change utxoamount to suit your needs.

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March 09, 2018, 02:55:25 AM
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The project sounds good ,I will follow and maybe invest something in the future.

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March 09, 2018, 03:01:17 AM
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so few numbers now Smiley
my rac: Recent average credit    4,823.04
bbp total rac: Recent average credit    491,096

wiki says:
Finally this is your magnitude, which is YourRAC/TotalProjectRac * 1000
it should be  9.8 but i see:
"Magnitude (One-Day)": 1.410219354508925
maybe there should be only *100 not 1000

nevermind, another numbers Smiley
i've got 3752.69 bpp as reward
"Last Superblock Budget": 2660579,
 "e7c056024cd3b781edd5af37965c652c_TaskWeight": 100,
  "e7c056024cd3b781edd5af37965c652c_UTXOWeight": 60,

so if i did almos 1/100 of total rac, i should get 1/100 of budget * taskweight * utxoweight no? ~15677 bbp

so how can i get result 3752 from numbers above ? Smiley


The 60% UTXO weight is already integrated in the Magnitude (the sanctuary engineers the mag as it is computing the contract and takes all components into account as each cpid is calculated), so yes your mag of 1.4102 is actually 1/1000th of the contract, so to arrive at 3752:

? .00141* 2660579 =  3751.41639

ok Smiley so now i see how it could be 3751, but i still not understant 1.41 Wink
as wiki syas 'Finally this is your magnitude, which is YourRAC/TotalProjectRac * 1000'. are you saying that there is som other magic number which takes some other variables into account? so finaly it is myrac/totalrac*1000*magic_number ? Smiley
i will see next  day what happens...



Most likely your RAC was lower within the last 24 hours and that was the point in time the sancs voted on this contract.  Ill consider adding a 7 day RAC history to the pool. 

But yes your math is correct, it would have been RAC/TotalRac * UtxoPercent * TaskWeightPercent.


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March 09, 2018, 03:09:33 AM
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Hello,

I'm trying to solo mine on windows with the following biblepay.conf. (Biblepay core v.1.1.0.6 (x64))

addnode=dnsseed.biblepay-explorer.org
genproclimit=4
poolport=80
workerid=
pool=http://pool2.biblepay.org
gen=2
minersleep=0

with or without minersleep my cpu load (i3-7200) is near 0%

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance




I tried to run some machine with pool mining , same problem here with same settings.
Hope can fixed this problem , as some low performance machine can't run BOINC program or take very long time to process one task.
It should be the best solution for miners if Pool Mining and BOINC Both are coexist?




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March 09, 2018, 05:31:27 AM
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Im trying to get a general feel for the integrity of the network now that we have solved 10 successful PODC blocks (congratulations)!

(On a side note, 35% of my sanctuaries were on the wrong chain.  I rm chainstate -R, rm blocks -R, rm mnp*.dat, rm peers.dat and then I synced again and I appear to be in agreement on all sancs.  Next, the sancs that crashed today:  had very large peers.dat files (289 megs), so please, rm peers.dat if you crashed  and restart.

So looking at the hash:

getblockhash 33450

7eb9a5ee22bb9a28ea8c4943bf5b448245982998c7cbd05f52f046e38a2a1720

Could you all see if you match now, and if you dont, please re-sync, and if you still dont match could you post here?
I would like to see if we can make it through the night on one single PODC chain.


Hi,

https://biblepay.eu/ - is on good chain (same hash as above).
Many Masternodes is  on NEW_START_REQUIRED staus!


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March 09, 2018, 06:14:11 AM
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Im trying to get a general feel for the integrity of the network now that we have solved 10 successful PODC blocks (congratulations)!

(On a side note, 35% of my sanctuaries were on the wrong chain.  I rm chainstate -R, rm blocks -R, rm mnp*.dat, rm peers.dat and then I synced again and I appear to be in agreement on all sancs.  Next, the sancs that crashed today:  had very large peers.dat files (289 megs), so please, rm peers.dat if you crashed  and restart.

So looking at the hash:

getblockhash 33450

7eb9a5ee22bb9a28ea8c4943bf5b448245982998c7cbd05f52f046e38a2a1720

Could you all see if you match now, and if you dont, please re-sync, and if you still dont match could you post here?
I would like to see if we can make it through the night on one single PODC chain.


Hi,

https://biblepay.eu/ - is on good chain (same hash as above).
Many Masternodes is  on NEW_START_REQUIRED staus!



Wow it's the red sea!
My wallet shows very different status for the list. Most are fine. Why would they be different?
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March 09, 2018, 06:40:29 AM
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I have reported a task. How can I know it was credited?

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March 09, 2018, 06:52:48 AM
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what does this error mean?

"poolinfo1": "Failed to sign CPID signature (Address does not refer to key)?; Failed to sign CPID signature (Address does not refer to key)?; ",
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March 09, 2018, 06:56:06 AM
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you need cpid before mining
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March 09, 2018, 07:03:59 AM
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you need cpid before mining

thanks for your reply. Shouldn't that be taken care of by the pool?
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March 09, 2018, 07:30:49 AM
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Im trying to get a general feel for the integrity of the network now that we have solved 10 successful PODC blocks (congratulations)!

(On a side note, 35% of my sanctuaries were on the wrong chain.  I rm chainstate -R, rm blocks -R, rm mnp*.dat, rm peers.dat and then I synced again and I appear to be in agreement on all sancs.  Next, the sancs that crashed today:  had very large peers.dat files (289 megs), so please, rm peers.dat if you crashed  and restart.

So looking at the hash:

getblockhash 33450

7eb9a5ee22bb9a28ea8c4943bf5b448245982998c7cbd05f52f046e38a2a1720

Could you all see if you match now, and if you dont, please re-sync, and if you still dont match could you post here?
I would like to see if we can make it through the night on one single PODC chain.


Hi,

https://biblepay.eu/ - is on good chain (same hash as above).
Many Masternodes is  on NEW_START_REQUIRED staus!


something is wrong with your page/compile....

and where is https://biblepay-explorer.org/  hey ALEX,you stopped work on this project?  Sad

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March 09, 2018, 08:44:23 AM
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ok maybe sancs voted at the begining of day when my rac was lower... i dont remember axactly number but it can be this way... will see today

but my utxo is bouncing from 100 to 75, 60 100 ... dont know... and i'm not touching wallet and have there 69k
"e7c056024cd3b781edd5af37965c652c_UTXOWeight": 75,
  "StakeBalance": 19041
i think stakebalance is how much is staked.. and this number is wallets bpp - staked amount so 69000-50000=19000...

but 19041 is 75% Smiley is stakebalance shown correctly?
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March 09, 2018, 09:50:00 AM
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Unsure if this is right:

biblepay-cli exec podcupdate true

{
  "Command": "podcupdate",
  "PODCUpdate": ""
}

I copied my wallet.dat to another system and run the command there (with unlocked wallet). Is it right that the PODCUpdate Message is empty, or might something be wrong?

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March 09, 2018, 10:14:58 AM
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WOW, congrats everyone, that block performed smooth as silk. One (not really serious) question though: was the payment supposed to be THAT big? Togoshi should have received something around 700k BBP with that. Cheesy Cheesy


I wanted to - just for fun - keep my Rapsberry Pi(s) pool mining on the main pool. But I just realized that this is not possible right now, because I would need to either get an extra CPID for every device or copy my wallet.dat to those machines, right? That's a bit of a shame, since those raspis are now useless for BBP. (For whatever reason Rosetta@home only has packages for ARM on Android, not on Linux...).
If you cant get rosetta tasks to run on them, you can copy the wallet.dat with the associated CPID over to the pi's and heat mine against the pool.


Yes, the payment looks large but its based on 205 blocks of low difficulty (IE 15000 per block) * the DC budget percentage.

Well, I tried exactly that, but it didn't work. I still have the pool error "Failed to sign CPID signature (Address does not refer to key)?; Failed to sign CPID signature (Address does not refer to key)?; " and none of the PIs shows up in my leaderboard. Do I have to perform something like podcupdate on those machines also? Or do they need an unlocked wallet as well? This would be my least favourite option...

btw: I'm really glad we are helping with performing useful computations now. I've been involved in Folding@Home for years (unfortunately without using FLDC or CURE...) and I think this is the perfect combination of maintaining a crypto currency while not purely generating heat. Smiley

On this note: have you made some predictions whether the huge downsizing of hash power on the POBH network will impact the performance of transactions etc.? This would be quite interesting to see, since once we are growing and the number of tx/sec grows, the network will have to have some serious computational power behind it. Since this is now not adequately rewarded anymore, in the future we might have to give some new incentive for people directing their hash power towards the network.
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March 09, 2018, 10:28:25 AM
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Hi anyone willing to send a few bbp my way as I can’t start mining without associating my cpid
My wallet address is BJSBdopV39xMtHJvYgzMuCPrWN2D79gn3D
Ps Rob this is very frustrating for new miners to get going, as they will not yet have any coins in their wallet.
Thanks
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March 09, 2018, 10:34:06 AM
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Unsure if this is right:

biblepay-cli exec podcupdate true

{
  "Command": "podcupdate",
  "PODCUpdate": ""
}

I copied my wallet.dat to another system and run the command there (with unlocked wallet). Is it right that the PODCUpdate Message is empty, or might something be wrong?

in my case it is not empty:

10:48:30

exec podcupdate true


10:49:07

{
  "Command": "podcupdate",
  "PODCUpdate": "Processed (174) over 1 CPID(s) successfully."
}
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March 09, 2018, 11:21:14 AM
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botnet=group coming on rosetta: bye bye BBP=bad project for poor ppl



https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?userid=1987853


good times for research



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March 09, 2018, 11:46:49 AM
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botnet=group coming on rosetta: bye bye BBP=bad project for poor ppl

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/hosts_user.php?userid=1987853

good times for research



What makes you think this? Seems like a bunch of the same server-racks to me.

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