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July 16, 2013, 09:39:47 PM
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Accepted as valid a block someone else somewhere else mined.

(Checked it and it turned out to be acceptable so was tentatively added to the chain, at least until orphaned, if indeed it should turn out some time that it does end up orphaned.)

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July 16, 2013, 09:52:44 PM
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Primecoin - The Prototypical "useful" Proof of Work

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July 16, 2013, 10:27:26 PM
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My VPM miners are going down Sad.  You are welcome as well. 

No blocks = No fun

Anybody know what god to pray to in order to mine a block? I'm thinking I've got the wrong one

Time to start doing pooled mining. yPool had a bit of a drought when I first started yesterday, but is now finding lots of blocks.

Hey Salfter. Could you post a screenshot from the v.0.2.1 miner?


It's a console program, so there's not much point in that.  Here's some of the most recent output from it running on my VPS:

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primes/s: 1363 best difficulty: 3.857479
primes/s: 2384 best difficulty: 4.432420
primes/s: 2667 best difficulty: 4.884153
primes/s: 2835 best difficulty: 3.967158
Valid share found!
primes/s: 2654 best difficulty: 5.220410
primes/s: 2151 best difficulty: 3.995848
primes/s: 1871 best difficulty: 4.000168
primes/s: 1701 best difficulty: 4.305257
primes/s: 2425 best difficulty: 4.333421
primes/s: 2629 best difficulty: 4.884340
primes/s: 2675 best difficulty: 4.999532
primes/s: 2767 best difficulty: 4.924442
primes/s: 2772 best difficulty: 4.810166
primes/s: 1986 best difficulty: 4.948814
primes/s: 2313 best difficulty: 4.695170
primes/s: 1704 best difficulty: 4.390590
primes/s: 2223 best difficulty: 5.719041
Valid share found!
primes/s: 2478 best difficulty: 4.863864
primes/s: 1501 best difficulty: 4.959644
Valid share found!
primes/s: 2397 best difficulty: 5.759972
primes/s: 2490 best difficulty: 4.527700
primes/s: 1915 best difficulty: 4.583381
Valid share found!
primes/s: 2540 best difficulty: 6.807135
primes/s: 2695 best difficulty: 4.562326
primes/s: 2676 best difficulty: 3.964531
primes/s: 1609 best difficulty: 4.873095
Valid share found!
primes/s: 2331 best difficulty: 6.535260
primes/s: 2695 best difficulty: 4.463722
primes/s: 2619 best difficulty: 4.685896
primes/s: 2756 best difficulty: 3.948587
primes/s: 2723 best difficulty: 4.969889

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July 16, 2013, 10:33:41 PM
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In what sense: that it produces valid output, or that it doesn't do something weird with your computer?  As for the first, it's mined about 1.25 XPM so far. That's more than I had previously gotten in a few days of solo mining (except for one block of 15.something XPM early on).  As for the second, you can do what I do: run it under Linux with Wine.  You could also browse through the source to see if there's anything fishy in it.  If I had the time, I'd try porting it to Linux myself; it should run a little better natively.

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July 16, 2013, 10:44:33 PM
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From here:

http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php

Nvidea and AMD cards perform similarly in prime verification?

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July 16, 2013, 10:50:17 PM
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From here:

http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php

Nvidea and AMD cards perform similarly in prime verification?

Does this have any relevant? if so, which part is related to prime verification?

I have this:    
GeForce GTX 550 Ti   GF116-400   900   2.1   691   116   1.113   143.810   129.2   $119.48   0.400   51.7

http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php?sort=ghdpd&noA=1

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July 16, 2013, 10:51:47 PM
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From here:

http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php

Nvidea and AMD cards perform similarly in prime verification?

Does this have any relevant?

I have this:    
GeForce GTX 550 Ti   GF116-400   900   2.1   691   116   1.113   143.810   129.2   $119.48   0.400   51.7

http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php?sort=ghdpd&noA=1

GIMPS GPU computing methods:
http://www.mersenneforum.org/gccs/GIMPS_GPU_Computing_Cheat_Sheet.pdf

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July 16, 2013, 11:34:59 PM
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No blocks for me today ... which means 3 found within a few hours early tomorrow.

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July 16, 2013, 11:35:57 PM
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Added 1 addresses from 54.216.76.137: 113 tried, 10380 new
received block a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd
Committing 1 changed transactions to coin database...
SetBestChain: new best=a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd  height=54362  difficulty=8.9326816 log2Work=21.373855  log2ChainWork=34.463719  tx=66999  date=2013-07-16 20:03:57 progress=0.001280
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED

What does this mean in the debug.log?

Accepted what?

It means, that someone in the network solved a block and your client verified and accepted the solution, your local block chain was extended with received block and you can start to work on new block; debug.log should be full of messages like this. You can find more details about received block:

Code:
$ ./primecoind getblock a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd
{
    "hash" : "a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd",
    "confirmations" : 682,
    "size" : 199,
    "height" : 54362,
    "version" : 2,
    "merkleroot" : "a95eb08d96e999155c8503e9911be60c30fe92b73b769b0cec3a6842555a1e81",
    "tx" : [
        "a95eb08d96e999155c8503e9911be60c30fe92b73b769b0cec3a6842555a1e81"
    ],
    "time" : 1374005037,
    "nonce" : 1175,
    "bits" : "08eec439",
    "difficulty" : 8.93268162,
    "transition" : 8.96690136,
    "primechain" : "TWN08.f21ea1",
    "primeorigin" : "37529335260294959670521627361912412134595233408453530955672585394628966480969339574601582708260",
    "previousblockhash" : "547df48e3b098bb25549b52d8afa12a60796dbc7e79847d5e9e0550375c67fa5",
    "nextblockhash" : "523cbb766d816e20e82edc48ac78b5505c266ce125512ea445a09e57841fc7c6"
}
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July 16, 2013, 11:39:36 PM
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In what sense: that it produces valid output, or that it doesn't do something weird with your computer?  As for the first, it's mined about 1.25 XPM so far. That's more than I had previously gotten in a few days of solo mining (except for one block of 15.something XPM early on).  As for the second, you can do what I do: run it under Linux with Wine.  You could also browse through the source to see if there's anything fishy in it.  If I had the time, I'd try porting it to Linux myself; it should run a little better natively.

i run it in linux using wine. run fine but if you are still going to compile it try compiling with x64 flag. it's much faster
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July 16, 2013, 11:41:23 PM
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I feel skeptical about that ypool miner. I do not know why. Anyone else tried it or can look deep enough in its source code to figure out anything fishy?

https://github.com/jh000/jhPrimeminer/tree/master/src I am looking it over as we speak, and I don't see any signs, but who knows.

Could help if others got involved.

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July 16, 2013, 11:41:54 PM
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Primecoin on Let's Talk Bitcoin ... http://letstalkbitcoin.com/post/55609870810/e24-primecoin-privacy-and-forks-all-day

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July 16, 2013, 11:48:33 PM
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Now that CPU mining for the average miner is dwindling, hopefully the community can start focusing some energy on getting more services! Would love to see an XPM marketplace soon.

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July 16, 2013, 11:54:12 PM
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That show was difficult to listen to. Every other phrase is how they don't understand how primecoin works! Why create a show with that topic if you know NOTHING about it?

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July 16, 2013, 11:56:43 PM
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Now that CPU mining for the average miner is dwindling, hopefully the community can start focusing some energy on getting more services! Would love to see an XPM marketplace soon.
This!. Outside of market trade there really isn't anything todo with the coin, Is there even gambling yet?
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Now that CPU mining for the average miner is dwindling, hopefully the community can start focusing some energy on getting more services! Would love to see an XPM marketplace soon.
This!. Outside of market trade there really isn't anything todo with the coin, Is there even gambling yet?

lol gambling makes everything better Smiley

 
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July 17, 2013, 12:08:59 AM
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Added 1 addresses from 54.216.76.137: 113 tried, 10380 new
received block a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd
Committing 1 changed transactions to coin database...
SetBestChain: new best=a980f148bc1da2a874725cc06d83ac70b15f5d4ec1ba2dc4f1c2740782e12ddd  height=54362  difficulty=8.9326816 log2Work=21.373855  log2ChainWork=34.463719  tx=66999  date=2013-07-16 20:03:57 progress=0.001280
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
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What does this mean in the debug.log?

Accepted what?

I've got a bad feeling based off your posts lately that you are trying to figure out how to make a fork of Primecoin. If I am right and it's a lame copy paste job with a couple of variables changed please don't bother.

You don't need to worry about me forking Primecoin, as I cannot even mine a Primecoin block let alone fork the client.

I just want to know why I can have just under 4000 PPS but not get a single block in 24 hours? And I wanted to know what it means when it says process block: Accepted?
Because difficulty is that high, I have 6000PPS and yesterday generated 3 blocks, today nothing, don't think it will get better.
People who rent VPS's, botnets and probably some gpu miners. That's the way to go if you want some decent profit, else you should see it as just for the fun of it.

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July 17, 2013, 12:10:55 AM
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Now that CPU mining for the average miner is dwindling, hopefully the community can start focusing some energy on getting more services! Would love to see an XPM marketplace soon.
This!. Outside of market trade there really isn't anything todo with the coin, Is there even gambling yet?
yup: http://satoshiroulette.com/?mode=XPM   Tongue

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My VPM miners are going down Sad.  You are welcome as well. 

No blocks = No fun

Anybody know what god to pray to in order to mine a block? I'm thinking I've got the wrong one

Time to start doing pooled mining. yPool had a bit of a drought when I first started yesterday, but is now finding lots of blocks.

Hey Salfter. Could you post a screenshot from the v.0.2.1 miner?


Screenshot? What about the src Smiley

Anyone tried ypool?  It seems to function.  Just wondering if anyone has withdrew from it yet?
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Been running tests for 2 days on the test-net and it looks like primecoind is crippled in some way.

Ran primecoind 1 hour and I end up with 10 blocks (had the same result 3 times) with sieve @ 1 million. If I run primecoin-qt for an hour I usually get about 30-60 blocks @ 1 million sieve. Did this test about 3-4 times.

This is with the hp4 client and only using one core on windows 7.
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