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July 18, 2013, 06:07:48 PM
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I get also slightly higher pps. Before it was 6200pps when not processing other stuff. Now it's 6526pps..

I'll also sent you some satoshizz... good work!

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July 18, 2013, 06:23:48 PM
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WOW, already getting flooded with PMs.

Take off your tinfoil hats people. I'm NOT GPU mining. I'm simply running a lot of high power private servers.
then maybe stop broadcasting it just to brag
I don't mind answering questions/getting flames/etc, but apparently everyone thinks I'm beating out people because of a GPU miner.
Would have been beneficial to you and the board if you were just more explicit.  So you have 1 vpn? 2? and on each of these what type of servers? how many? how many cores in each?  

Edit:  Also you imply VPS's are no longer profitable, when it appears you could simply duplicate what you're doing w/ vps so I'm not clear how its not equally profitable, unless you're using someone else's server in a datacenter whose resources are paid by someone else.
Amazon/DO is no longer profitable. Private companies/datacenters is something different. I am paying for the services.

May I ask how to use a lot computers calculation at one wallet? Any mining client can be use? I don't understand how can you have 600K PPS in one wallet? Please share some idea to us. Thanks.

By putting the same wallet.dat on each of the clients.  Then you can just watch the transaction history from one client.
Yes. I know. But each one only show own PPS. How can you have 600K PPS in one client? You can see this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.msg2753095#msg2753095 .
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July 18, 2013, 06:25:45 PM
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WOW, already getting flooded with PMs.

Take off your tinfoil hats people. I'm NOT GPU mining. I'm simply running a lot of high power private servers.
then maybe stop broadcasting it just to brag
I don't mind answering questions/getting flames/etc, but apparently everyone thinks I'm beating out people because of a GPU miner.
Would have been beneficial to you and the board if you were just more explicit.  So you have 1 vpn? 2? and on each of these what type of servers? how many? how many cores in each?  

Edit:  Also you imply VPS's are no longer profitable, when it appears you could simply duplicate what you're doing w/ vps so I'm not clear how its not equally profitable, unless you're using someone else's server in a datacenter whose resources are paid by someone else.
Amazon/DO is no longer profitable. Private companies/datacenters is something different. I am paying for the services.

May I ask how to use a lot computers calculation at one wallet? Any mining client can be use? I don't understand how can you have 600K PPS in one wallet? Please share some idea to us. Thanks.

By putting the same wallet.dat on each of the clients.  Then you can just watch the transaction history from one client.

Right up until your keypool runs out and your wallets diverge.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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July 18, 2013, 06:31:04 PM
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WOW, already getting flooded with PMs.

Take off your tinfoil hats people. I'm NOT GPU mining. I'm simply running a lot of high power private servers.
then maybe stop broadcasting it just to brag
I don't mind answering questions/getting flames/etc, but apparently everyone thinks I'm beating out people because of a GPU miner.
Would have been beneficial to you and the board if you were just more explicit.  So you have 1 vpn? 2? and on each of these what type of servers? how many? how many cores in each?  

Edit:  Also you imply VPS's are no longer profitable, when it appears you could simply duplicate what you're doing w/ vps so I'm not clear how its not equally profitable, unless you're using someone else's server in a datacenter whose resources are paid by someone else.
Amazon/DO is no longer profitable. Private companies/datacenters is something different. I am paying for the services.

May I ask how to use a lot computers calculation at one wallet? Any mining client can be use? I don't understand how can you have 600K PPS in one wallet? Please share some idea to us. Thanks.

By putting the same wallet.dat on each of the clients.  Then you can just watch the transaction history from one client.

Right up until your keypool runs out and your wallets diverge.
My process is nicely automated and swaps wallets. No worries about that here.
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July 18, 2013, 06:39:32 PM
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How many address before the wallet diverge?

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July 18, 2013, 06:41:05 PM
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WOW, already getting flooded with PMs.

Take off your tinfoil hats people. I'm NOT GPU mining. I'm simply running a lot of high power private servers.
then maybe stop broadcasting it just to brag
I don't mind answering questions/getting flames/etc, but apparently everyone thinks I'm beating out people because of a GPU miner.
Would have been beneficial to you and the board if you were just more explicit.  So you have 1 vpn? 2? and on each of these what type of servers? how many? how many cores in each?  

Edit:  Also you imply VPS's are no longer profitable, when it appears you could simply duplicate what you're doing w/ vps so I'm not clear how its not equally profitable, unless you're using someone else's server in a datacenter whose resources are paid by someone else.
Amazon/DO is no longer profitable. Private companies/datacenters is something different. I am paying for the services.

May I ask how to use a lot computers calculation at one wallet? Any mining client can be use? I don't understand how can you have 600K PPS in one wallet? Please share some idea to us. Thanks.

By putting the same wallet.dat on each of the clients.  Then you can just watch the transaction history from one client.

Right up until your keypool runs out and your wallets diverge.
My process is nicely automated and swaps wallets. No worries about that here.

I'm not worried about you.  Just about people who might not know that it's not as simple as you made it sound.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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July 18, 2013, 06:42:05 PM
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How many address before the wallet diverge?

If it is the same as bitcoin, the default keypool size is 100 keys.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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July 18, 2013, 06:43:46 PM
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Huh. If this chart is correct, me and a friend are collectively mining 10% of all blocks in the past 24 hours. Kind of cool to be a big fish for once.

Sunny and Mikael are going to be seeing a huge donation from me if this goes well. Smiley
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July 18, 2013, 06:52:53 PM
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Huh. If this chart is correct, me and a friend are collectively mining 10% of all blocks in the past 24 hours. Kind of cool to be a big fish for once.

Sunny and Mikael are going to be seeing a huge donation from me if this goes well. Smiley
You're claiming you found 400 blocks in the last 24 hours?

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July 18, 2013, 06:53:28 PM
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I got that when i : git pull

error: The requested URL returned error: 503 while accessing https://bitbucket.org/pankkake/mikaelh2-primecoin.git/info/refs
fatal: HTTP request failed


Too many connections already, or i do something wrong?

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July 18, 2013, 06:55:19 PM
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Huh. If this chart is correct, me and a friend are collectively mining 10% of all blocks in the past 24 hours. Kind of cool to be a big fish for once.

Sunny and Mikael are going to be seeing a huge donation from me if this goes well. Smiley
You're claiming you found 400 blocks in the last 24 hours?
Each of us has collected over 2k XPM in the past day. 200 blocks*
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July 18, 2013, 08:04:36 PM
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Do we need to adjust the sievesize in accordance to upcoming increase in difficulty?

First MasterCoin protocol transaction -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.msg2940318#msg2940318; please refer to thread disclosed for more information
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July 18, 2013, 08:06:00 PM
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Is it normal to get less pps with hp5 ?

Edit : nvm I get 6-7% more pps

I'm not sure it's worth solo mining anymore though, nothing for almost 48h with i7 3770k @ 4400
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July 18, 2013, 08:56:53 PM
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Block Found With Release 5!!! YEAH  Wink

Code:
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted d9988a7bde33f356b95ee958517db87a88cc75aff1994a3de370018aac3be418 (poolsz 2)
Added 1 addresses from 192.241.213.177: 624 tried, 11539 new
2013-07-18 20:48:05 primemeter   8786081 prime/h  67110064 test/h       300 5-chains/h
Probable prime chain found for block=8c681b622935423bc52f4701891f0894bf142f9a6b590fd884ac5466c5eea811!!
  Target: 08.fa1ece
  Length: (05.25c080 04.6a3c73 09.6a3c73)
PrimecoinMiner:
proof-of-work found 
  target: 08.fa1ece
  multiplier: 93a34344c754b91bcda7211d1d9
  CBlock(hash=8c681b622935423bc52f4701891f0894bf142f9a6b590fd884ac5466c5eea811, hashBlockHeader=98d1bd489103fc36f5916765a039e25a58d820661afd896a56b495c615d7b6d8, ver=2, hashPrevBlock=58f8217c76e534de17b1b59af60992caf159cb69accce6d10ce58f2a2a2769e1, hashMerkleRoot=01fd957807a4ee0f550aaede7840686f0a3a758748d0e73913cac26d309bbb46, nTime=1374180509, nBits=08fa1ece, nNonce=172, vtx=3)
  CTransaction(hash=cafd4b67d146d8ad14304811146ab4feb559148f0d3fdd7ce1597bc4df77416d, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=1, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000, 4294967295), coinbase 03cef40002040400062f503253482f)
    CTxOut(nValue=12.42000000, scriptPubKey=0291b06db1403ab091561f02922d92)
  CTransaction(hash=3e5edfe74ea59baaf1a930ac2c21b52e8b2068ca3529583b50f39ad141d62e41, ver=1, vin.size=14, vout.size=2, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(311e3c52c12dd3fe789901b8cea3a4f069cdd19ac66571d556446d98df24e013, 0), scriptSig=3044022019838a4b8ad5656c)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(a85eebe141aeeafeb7e80e556f414fb82b62be2c581d846bcbb2e12b6116a840, 0), scriptSig=304602210089b7ec53a26bc4)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(150380ee0e83d8260e7ae6990eb3630fccf3a994d0be6ac932d7b9c896888501, 0), scriptSig=3046022100ae1ad9c98e3095)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(b245747b9ff6a61fff1f9e7b2bdb0ac5935b996b5fd56f651ab10bbf83cc2475, 0), scriptSig=30450220633b8f88661dcd91)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(5ec6f305ac0e9f0d4288e5b2bfd211b1dfe429cf79a3e454216d0bdbe64a927e, 0), scriptSig=3045022100a477b250c01dc1)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(32d83530d911075170274a2a5da756fe5cefe3c99100df03af18bd1e8f756d8a, 0), scriptSig=3046022100b3d181398d1561)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(dc5e91482cb9dbdc74ddc150776ff5b4c571a829b03eb8ae4e39100d65faee92, 0), scriptSig=30450221009cbb984e38f25b)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(b3a9a98a0f7cce9722c456dae7ab8add4e717f4b8700c4d206adbfea0238c9a7, 0), scriptSig=30440220258420085556ad5b)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(af990e29989d6b561c3075319f66e58e37cad05d27835a7ee4ed172a490e68a9, 0), scriptSig=3045022100e8353eefcad13d)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(dfc74fbcae2f630af941935bdea7a88df1503b1cb209d77416ad08ac178afec7, 0), scriptSig=3045022100d825c9e50d5d90)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(f79ccbb1165abd6d02a7d1bd62950749a4e7f362cb0035a884bb8da0f705a9d6, 0), scriptSig=3045022100a33f9a5ad614e0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(2d13083db78cfa103c374e9d026ccb9f1c289c067a103df636c6e5cd88832e05, 0), scriptSig=30450221008031934a373a11)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(19ec15f6d80f3500df1af679a1d3d136f0d56c1e398648b5bf30fe2e92ea384f, 0), scriptSig=3044022054370bd835ac5a19)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(8a495edcf605925b0787d094926f16e42e35d3d43afeba88788ec51967ecb057, 0), scriptSig=3045022029af531a5f919f3b)
    CTxOut(nValue=174.00000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 7ba534bee5e1)
    CTxOut(nValue=0.06000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 c573f52bb550)
  CTransaction(hash=d9988a7bde33f356b95ee958517db87a88cc75aff1994a3de370018aac3be418, ver=1, vin.size=4, vout.size=2, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(54ae822dbec7eae8da62af1b1b964ba76ce682586e63ea867955fe143b21b44a, 0), scriptSig=3045022074255dc4b4cc1bec)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(5446334d552df29cdd60598de962a3add8ca0b3f5fb3c055ac14cb5cf812f5a3, 0), scriptSig=3046022100dd8972371b1c91)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(561fcaa93f0f027f24b857b2122bbb96719747b24f5775e588cfb3e48813faab, 0), scriptSig=3046022100d59b9ac25ffff5)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(c6d30b6a1435b092f83746433aa8316e68fc04c117fa05745a401981e39f8c98, 0), scriptSig=304502205937aa9e49d7a15d)
    CTxOut(nValue=48.00000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 7ba534bee5e1)
    CTxOut(nValue=0.75000000, scriptPubKey=OP_DUP OP_HASH160 b4260f8efc18)
  vMerkleTree: cafd4b67d146d8ad14304811146ab4feb559148f0d3fdd7ce1597bc4df77416d 3e5edfe74ea59baaf1a930ac2c21b52e8b2068ca3529583b50f39ad141d62e41 d9988a7bde33f356b95ee958517db87a88cc75aff1994a3de370018aac3be418 1dc6f59c3f9e050577c0cd93e3ced2e8777cae054cabd4337c5ccabd35158298 a8032578e443ae454cdb65c51a5325f9d7bb3fac05403fd516f53131c4a95428 01fd957807a4ee0f550aaede7840686f0a3a758748d0e73913cac26d309bbb46
generated 12.42
keypool keep 3
AddToWallet cafd4b67d146d8ad14304811146ab4feb559148f0d3fdd7ce1597bc4df77416d  new
NotifyTransactionChanged cafd4b67d146d8ad14304811146ab4feb559148f0d3fdd7ce1597bc4df77416d status=0
updateWallet cafd4b67d146d8ad14304811146ab4feb559148f0d3fdd7ce1597bc4df77416d 0
   inWallet=1 inModel=0 Index=2-2 showTransaction=0 derivedStatus=0

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July 18, 2013, 09:21:26 PM
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it's been cleared that blocks are in the big player hands and they haven't dumped them on exchanges yet.
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July 18, 2013, 09:27:45 PM
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Mined for a few days with over 8,000 pps fucking nothing. I am using the HP client with an overclocked watercooled 3930k @ 4.6GHz.  Roll Eyes

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July 18, 2013, 09:46:36 PM
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Mined for a few days with over 8,000 pps fucking nothing. I am using the HP client with an overclocked watercooled 3930k @ 4.6GHz.  Roll Eyes

Just one machine, for just a few days?

Gambling, basically. Variance alone probably means you would need to mine for several months or several machines at an unchanging difficulty (which latter doesn't seem likely to happen) just to obtain a small amount of data that still would likely leave a lot of doubt as to whether you just got lucky or unlucky and still haven't really got a decent estimate of the statistical chance of finding a block in a specified amount of time.

Try a thousand such machines for a week or two maybe and see how many per thousand happen to get a block...

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July 18, 2013, 09:47:10 PM
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it's been cleared that blocks are in the big player hands and they haven't dumped them on exchanges yet.

Maybe yes, but wich cryptocurrency haven't big players??

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July 18, 2013, 10:00:01 PM
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Pretty lame most of the big players now are getting the blocks. Pretty sad IMHO... Glad I managed to mine 317 coins by now though.

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