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July 18, 2013, 09:33:25 AM
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I`ve found only 8 blocks total. (using hp2 and hp3) And now for 30 hours of mining no block.... (using hp4) Sad
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July 18, 2013, 09:34:26 AM
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Yeah its definitely time for everyone but me to stop mining, it is getting way too hard.

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July 18, 2013, 09:45:39 AM
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Hi I've got that error when I want to open this client. any Ideas?

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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Program:c:\ne\primecoin-qt.exe
File src/main.cpp
Line 2800

Expression: block.CheckBlock(state, true , true)

For information on how yoiur program can cause an assertion failure, se the Visual C++ documentation on asserts
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July 18, 2013, 09:49:25 AM
Last edit: July 18, 2013, 10:27:18 AM by markm
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Hi I've got that error when I want to open this client. any Ideas?

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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Program:c:\ne\primecoin-qt.exe
File src/main.cpp
Line 2800

Expression: block.CheckBlock(state, true , true)

For information on how yoiur program can cause an assertion failure, se the Visual C++ documentation on asserts

Do you rescan when you start the client, in case it didn't shut down cleanly last time it shut down?

if not, is there any chance that at any time since last you did rescan it might not have shut down cleanly?

If even with rescan it asserts, maybe the database needs a database fixer of some kind run on it?

(Which might for windows users normally devolve into "delete the chain and download it from scratch"...?)

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July 18, 2013, 10:21:39 AM
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I have several 10k PPS machines
which CPU please?
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July 18, 2013, 10:27:11 AM
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can somebody point me to the compiling instructions?

I really dont get it Smiley

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July 18, 2013, 10:33:18 AM
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I`ve found only 8 blocks total. (using hp2 and hp3) And now for 30 hours of mining no block.... (using hp4) Sad

im doing 26 k pps on hp4 and 11K on hp2, no block for at least 12 hrs...

before that blocks every few hours


some one or something is getting it all now...!

I suspect a closed better algo, or gpu's or even fpga's

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July 18, 2013, 10:34:13 AM
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Upgraded to HP4 from some cobbled together mess of optimizations I was running on 10 DO micro instances. Been humming for about 15 minutes now, maybe 5000pps (~500 per 512mb instance) and I already snagged a block...but a measly 12.41 reward? I pine for the days of 22 xpm rewards!  Tongue Wish I would have been running this beast day one!
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July 18, 2013, 10:35:12 AM
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Don't say that, now maybe they won't give up and leave all the blocks to us! Tongue

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July 18, 2013, 10:35:40 AM
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I`ve found only 8 blocks total. (using hp2 and hp3) And now for 30 hours of mining no block.... (using hp4) Sad

im doing 26 k pps on hp4 and 11K on hp2, no block for at least 12 hrs...

before that blocks every few hours


some one or something is getting it all now...!

I suspect a closed better algo, or gpu's or even fpga's

Dude, you don't understand variance, and the fact that difficulty is 900 times harder now, if the difficulty scale is log 30.
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July 18, 2013, 10:36:08 AM
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Don't say that, now maybe they won't give up and leave all the blocks to us! Tongue

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I mean...yeah...this build is broken. I ran it on my PC and got herpes.
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July 18, 2013, 10:36:45 AM
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yeah I do understand logs really well....

the fact is you just snagged one with what 6K pps?

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July 18, 2013, 10:37:59 AM
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if this carries on the price of XPM is really going up.....


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July 18, 2013, 10:38:44 AM
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yeah I do understand logs really well....

the fact is you just snagged one with what 6K pps?

With about fifteen minutes of running it. Not sure when it was actually found. The point is that blocks are not being snatched up by some evil hobgoblin atop a pile of prime numbers.
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July 18, 2013, 10:39:16 AM
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if this carries on the price of XPM is really going up.....

Oh no, if that happens ordinary PCs will be able to go how many days/weeks without finding a block and still turn a profit?!?!

This is terrible! Everyone should be warned that everyone else is going to end up mining onward forever even while making massive losses, so there is no point joining them and being just another maker of massive losses!

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July 18, 2013, 10:40:16 AM
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yeah I do understand logs really well....

the fact is you just snagged one with what 6K pps?

Ok, then...without factoring in miner optimization, you should be pulling down 1/900th of what you were. Factoring in those optimizations, you're still looking at 1/90th of what you were. Math. I am really bad at it, but it's pretty obvious in this case.
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July 18, 2013, 10:41:10 AM
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if this carries on the price of XPM is really going up.....

Oh no, if that happens ordinary PCs will be able to go how many days/weeks without finding a block and still turn a profit?!?!

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Right? I hopped in on day two or three and pulled down five on my ultrabook that pulls 45w max. I am pretty sure I am in the black for a long while, and that's not sustainable. Coin has merit, but this is a speculative bubble.
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July 18, 2013, 10:44:40 AM
Last edit: July 18, 2013, 01:17:28 PM by markm
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The mining itself seems very likely to turn into a speculative bubble. Lets speculate as to whether leaving our machines on another minute, another hour, another day etc etc will end up profitable once we really do happen upon another block...

The exchange rate increasing will feed that...

Intermittent reinforcement is so insidious...

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July 18, 2013, 10:53:07 AM
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Compiling for linux? e.g on Ubuntu 13.04 64bit it should work like this

1. update your apt sources

Code:
sudo apt-get update

2. install necessary packages

Code:
sudo apt-get install bzip2 git git-core subversion checkinstall build-essential libssl-dev libboost-all-dev libdb5.1-dev libdb5.1++-dev libgtk2.0-dev

3. get source files from sourceforge

Code:
wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/primecoin-hp/0.1.1-hp4/primecoin-0.1.1-hp4.tar.bz2

4. check downloades files for sha1sum: deb2673c5c8036ede4a2d1e944ce8b0e59e26c56

Code:
sha1sum 0.1.1-hp4/primecoin-0.1.1-hp4.tar.bz2

5. unzip

Code:
tar jxvf 0.1.1-hp4/primecoin-0.1.1-hp4.tar.bz2

6. enter source directory

Code:
cd primecoin-0.1.1-hp4/src

7. make

Code:
make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=-

8. after the make process you'll find the binary primecoind within the src folder. just start it with:

Code:
./primecoind --daemon

9. if you want the qt client change directory

Code:
cd ..

10. qmake

Code:
qmake bitcoin-qt.pro

11. make

Code:
make

after the make process you'll find primecoin-qt in the directory, launch with

Code:
./primecoin-qt

12. start mining with the command line client:

Code:
./primecoind setgenerate true

13. watch what primecoind is doing

Code:
watch -d -n 5 './primecoind getmininginfo && ./primecoind getdifficulty && ./primecoind listtransactions "*" 1 0'


Ah, somewhere in between you have to make a primecoin.conf file in ./primecoin. Do so...
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July 18, 2013, 11:02:14 AM
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The mining itself seems very likely to turn into a speculative bubble. lets speculate as to whether leaving our machines on another minute, another hour, another day etc etc will end up profitable once we really do happen upon another block...

The exchange rate increasing will feed that...

Intermittent reinforcement is so insidious...

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I don't care how much the network hits me, as long as it gives me a treat every once in a while. I will still love it. People keep telling me to leave the network, but they don't understand how stressed the network gets with proof of work, and then there are all the little instances screaming at him and clamoring for validation. How would they take it if I left the network? How would I take care of them without the network? Really, it's my fault for burning the roast anyways. I don't even deserve the measly blocks it does give me, but it's a good, kind network that cares about me.
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