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Author Topic: [XPM] [ANN] Primecoin High Performance | HP14 released!  (Read 397454 times)
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July 26, 2013, 04:49:32 PM
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9 orphans, it all for 3 weeks. Yes no one force me now. But BIG LIE with close to 200 XPM in my wallet force me ! If 0 found or all go in same day to orphans, than ok but they go after week, it's can be called only with 1 word:

SCAM

Before you start shouting nonsense do some troubleshooting first. How is your setup doing on testnet? If you haven't tested it there do it ASAP, it will take you few minutes/hours to know more.

+1 running on testnet is a must when having issues and not getting blocks.
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July 26, 2013, 04:53:01 PM
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I think yPool.net is one of the only ones that has pooled XPM mining.
The downside is that they had to make a proprietary miner to work with it.  I think a "share" counts as finding a chain of diff 5.0 or greater.

Oh, did I mention that the miner uses windows libraries?  You can run it with Wine, but on a headless box it's a giant pain.  (Ever try installing Wine on an x64 system?  It's a nightmare.)

And also, does there miner have the performance benefits of all our hp clients? Maybe the just turned the original sunny king release into a pool miner, but now it's at a disadvantage versus the high performance clients.

My best guess, if you have enough primes and chains, solo mine Smiley Also, the added luck factor is fun - no, I'm not a gambling addict  Grin

I poked through their github.  It seems like the most they've implemented is sievesize.  I tried hacking in a sievepercentage feature (it worked), but I had major issues compiling it.  Even without modification, compiling it from the github source had it running at 1/4th the normal speed.
So yeah.  I gave up on that quickly.

Also, it performs terribly on AMD processors.  Almost by a factor of 3.

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July 26, 2013, 04:58:12 PM
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I think yPool.net is one of the only ones that has pooled XPM mining.
did mention that the miner uses windows libraries?  You can run it with Wine, but on a headless box it's a giant pain.  (Ever try installing Wine on an x64 system?  It's a nightmare.)
Yeah, which is very unfortunate. Not a fan of running windows for this kind of thing. Plus it seems to be a fair bit behind HP8

Hopefully one of the early benefits of the GPU miner will be a proper open-platform pooled CPU miner.

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July 26, 2013, 04:59:56 PM
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lol just ran on Test net, found over 4000 coins in 30 seconds. It's deff working, just bad luck right now Smiley

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July 26, 2013, 05:09:13 PM
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for hp8 are there more settings i should try here for 3770k?

rpcuser=
rpcpassword=
rpcport=8001
gen=0
server=1
daemon=1
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
addnode=137.116.230.21
addnode=54.225.81.214
addnode=54.225.116.178
addnode=107.20.202.112
addnode=54.225.123.87
addnode=54.225.123.48
addnode=54.224.142.224
addnode=54.224.28.160
sievesize=2000000
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July 26, 2013, 05:21:49 PM
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for hp8 are there more settings i should try here for 3770k?

Try your previous best settings, but fiddle with roundsievepercentage to see what works best.

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July 26, 2013, 05:37:02 PM
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for hp8 are there more settings i should try here for 3770k?

Try your previous best settings, but fiddle with roundsievepercentage to see what works best.

so then   roundsievepercentage=60?   

wat a good %..  totally lost with the newest setting here
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July 26, 2013, 05:54:21 PM
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9 orphans, it all for 3 weeks. Yes no one force me now. But BIG LIE with close to 200 XPM in my wallet force me ! If 0 found or all go in same day to orphans, than ok but they go after week, it's can be called only with 1 word:

SCAM

Before you start shouting nonsense do some troubleshooting first. How is your setup doing on testnet? If you haven't tested it there do it ASAP, it will take you few minutes/hours to know more.

server=1
daemon=1
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
addnode=137.116.230.21
addnode=54.225.81.214
addnode=54.225.116.178
addnode=54.225.123.48
addnode=107.20.202.112
addnode=54.225.123.87
addnode=54.225.81.214
addnode=54.225.116.178
addnode=54.225.123.48
addnode=54.225.123.87
addnode=107.20.202.112
addnode=54.224.142.224
addnode=54.224.28.160
addnode=184.72.193.229
addnode=54.225.19.196
addnode=50.16.142.10
addnode=23.20.77.101
addnode=54.224.95.193
addnode=54.234.90.173
addnode=23.21.2.143
addnode=23.20.0.137
addnode=54.227.57.231
addnode=54.227.81.48
addnode=54.224.112.133
addnode=54.224.194.112
addnode=50.16.112.122
addnode=54.214.144.235
addnode=54.244.76.225
addnode=54.245.7.222
addnode=54.244.204.96
addnode=54.214.187.152
addnode=50.112.197.152
addnode=54.214.168.133
addnode=54.214.100.229
addnode=54.244.199.134
addnode=54.245.138.68
addnode=54.214.59.206
addnode=54.244.208.77
addnode=54.214.103.110

It was in my config first week and I start it manuelly every time, but never before full synchronization! And every day by day I found blocks. It was not blocks from future or past, it's was real blocks and I see they all like transactions... when first upgrade comming and I change with it, than all immature was transfered to orphans and was deleted from my wallet = was steal from me !!!

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July 26, 2013, 06:07:23 PM
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[...] How is your setup doing on testnet? [...]

[...] it's was real blocks and I see they all like transactions... when first upgrade comming and I change with it, than all immature was transfered to orphans and was deleted from my wallet = was steal from me !!!
Orphaned blocks are not stolen, they are just not valid because they are not in the blockchain, hence no bounty...
I highly recommend that you try your miner on the testnet and stop complaining Wink
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July 26, 2013, 06:15:16 PM
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I'm guessing you didn't sync the blockchain fully and you were farming blocks that people had already mined.
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July 26, 2013, 06:35:30 PM
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nvm
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July 26, 2013, 06:47:14 PM
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I'm guessing you didn't sync the blockchain fully and you were farming blocks that people had already mined.
Not quite how it works, he just wasn't on the longest chain.

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July 26, 2013, 06:48:48 PM
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I have no set any option for testnet... How to do? And why?

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July 26, 2013, 06:50:29 PM
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I have no set any option for testnet... How to do? And why?

Use the '-testnet' switch when you start, or put 'testnet=1' in your config.

It's just for testing - you can generate blocks quickly, so it's easy to compare configurations.

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July 26, 2013, 08:27:06 PM
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so it's easy to compare configurations.

eh. From my experience, I see no comparison from testnet vs mainnet, unless you reverse everything.

you can find out if you are actually mining blocks, which is good. but the settings that work on testnet usually don't work well at all on mainnet.

for me ... right now, higher settings do well on testnet, while lower settings do better on mainnet.

I wish testnet gave some indication of settings to use, but (due to the difficulty difference?) it doesn't come close.




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July 26, 2013, 08:43:30 PM
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so it's easy to compare configurations.

eh. From my experience, I see no comparison from testnet vs mainnet, unless you reverse everything.

you can find out if you are actually mining blocks, which is good. but the settings that work on testnet usually don't work well at all on mainnet.

for me ... right now, higher settings do well on testnet, while lower settings do better on mainnet.

I wish testnet gave some indication of settings to use, but (due to the difficulty difference?) it doesn't come close.





Yeah, you're right...  I should have added "theoretically" Smiley

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July 26, 2013, 08:46:51 PM
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so it's easy to compare configurations.

eh. From my experience, I see no comparison from testnet vs mainnet, unless you reverse everything.

you can find out if you are actually mining blocks, which is good. but the settings that work on testnet usually don't work well at all on mainnet.

for me ... right now, higher settings do well on testnet, while lower settings do better on mainnet.

I wish testnet gave some indication of settings to use, but (due to the difficulty difference?) it doesn't come close.




Right now I'm running into something weird - I set up a few computers in my house mining primecoin on hp8 - half had a sievesize of 100000 and half at 1000000 (I forgot to change a few settings). Since the release of hp8 I have had the two lowest end machines that I am running on each find a block with the 1m sievesize and none of the other machines (much newer/better) have found anything with the 100k sieveesize since the launch of hp8. It's probably a coincidence but it's still strange to see a Phenom 9500 getting 1k pps/2 cpm and a laptop i5 getting 1500 pps/2 cpm each get a block on the 1m sievesize while two 3930ks each getting 10k pps/20cpm get nothing in the same time frame with the 100k sievesize that people are suggesting. To me this is saying that the 1m sievesize is better or the numbers really don't matter in mining right now. What do you guys think?

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July 26, 2013, 08:56:40 PM
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Right now I'm running into something weird - I set up a few computers in my house mining primecoin on hp8 - half had a sievesize of 100000 and half at 1000000 (I forgot to change a few settings). Since the release of hp8 I have had the two lowest end machines that I am running on each find a block with the 1m sievesize and none of the other machines (much newer/better) have found anything with the 100k sieveesize since the launch of hp8. It's probably a coincidence but it's still strange to see a Phenom 9500 getting 1k pps/2 cpm and a laptop i5 getting 1500 pps/2 cpm each get a block on the 1m sievesize while two 3930ks each getting 10k pps/20cpm get nothing in the same time frame with the 100k sievesize that people are suggesting. To me this is saying that the 1m sievesize is better or the numbers really don't matter in mining right now. What do you guys think?

Thanks for sharing that info. Since I haven't found blocks for some time I needed someone to confirm these settings do actually find blocks. The speeds are much higher, but I have no idea if they actually produce blocks faster (if at all). I've used high PPS/CPM as a measure for success simply because it showed success on testnet as an indicator for high BPM's. So finding the highest PPS/CPM on mainnet was my goal.

We need a larger sample though to determine what settings are best. I"m sure someone's finding a lot of blocks with one or both settings we just need to have them confirm their settings. But, I can understand people not sharing successful BPM settings. It's just hard to determine BPM when you have 1 CPU on mainnet to test with.  Embarrassed

So, I'm willing to find the highest PPS/CPM settings if someone (with a lot of rigs) will confirm the BPM's for me/us.

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July 26, 2013, 09:09:36 PM
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Thanks for sharing that info. Since I haven't found blocks for some time I needed someone to confirm these settings do actually find blocks. The speeds are much higher, but I have no idea if they actually produce blocks faster (if at all). I've used high PPS/CPM as a measure for success simply because it showed success on testnet as an indicator for high BPM's. So finding the highest PPS/CPM on mainnet was my goal.

We need a larger sample though to determine what settings are best. I"m sure someone's finding a lot of blocks with one or both settings we just need to have them confirm their settings. But, I can understand people not sharing successful BPM settings. It's just hard to determine BPM when you have 1 CPU on mainnet to test with.  Embarrassed

So, I'm willing to find the highest PPS/CPM settings if someone (with a lot of rigs) will confirm the BPM's for me/us.

I'll post when I find more blocks but so far the only blocks I have found have been on hp7/hp8 with the 1m sievesize  (three on one 3930k on hp7 and one on each of the lower end ones previously mentioned). I have family members mining on another 3930k/an i7 laptop getting 2k pps/ 5cpm/a phenom II getting 3kpps/5-6cpm and they haven't gotten anything in the two days they have mined - it seems to all come down to luck with this, but the only sievesize we have found blocks on was the 1m setting so far, not the 100k setting. Then again, the 100k setting might be much better and it could be a combination of good/bad luck across the different computers. We really have no way to tell since the testnet isn't reflecting the mainnet right now.

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could anyone tell me how good this is?

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