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August 04, 2013, 10:15:38 PM
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Does anyone have any idea how the pool miners currently compare to solo mining (assuming using a large enough number of machines to make the test fare)?  The HP solo miner was at one stage considerably better than the pool miner, but don't know whether that is still the case or not.  

1 day on pool = 12XPM (24 CPU threads, 60GB RAM)
1 day on solo mining = 34XPM (8 threads, 60GB RAM)

make your conclusions Wink

btw I'm doing both at the same time (32 cores in total), so one complements the other

in 2 hours:

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---- New Block: 97587 - Diff: 9.310326 / 6.000000
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 194 / 199 ]  -  Max diff: 8.38272
---- 6-chain count: 182  -  6ch/h: 102.514 - Share Value: 18.200
---- 7-chain count: 16  -  7ch/h: 9.012 - Share Value: 16.000
---- 8-chain count: 1  -  8ch/h: 0.563 - Share Value: 10.000
---- 9-chain count: 0  -  9ch/h: 0.000 - Share Value: 0.000
---- Share Value for the last block: 0.000000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 24.865 - PPS: 111771 - 4ch/h: 14038.72 - 5ch/h: 1124.56 - 6ch/h: 102.39 - 7ch/h: 9.00

Nice results. Which miner are you using on solo?

Are those Xeons your using?

yup, 2 xeons with hyperthreading

and since that post

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═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 97811 - Diff: 9.319662 / 6.000000
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 457 / 468 ]  -  Max diff: 8.64419
---- 6-chain count: 431  -  6ch/h: 93.651 - Share Value: 43.100
---- 7-chain count: 35  -  7ch/h: 7.605 - Share Value: 35.000
---- 8-chain count: 2  -  8ch/h: 0.435 - Share Value: 20.000
---- 9-chain count: 0  -  9ch/h: 0.000 - Share Value: 0.000
---- Share Value for the last block: 1.100000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
08/04/13 - 22:15:14 - SHARE FOUND !!! (Th#: 3) ---  DIFF: 6.289255 - VAL: 0.100    >6
Val/h 21.329 - PPS: 109995 - 4ch/h: 14035.12 - 5ch/h: 1150.28 - 6ch/h: 93.83 - 7ch/h: 7.60
Val/h 21.318 - PPS: 109986 - 4ch/h: 14035.05 - 5ch/h: 1150.16 - 6ch/h: 93.78 - 7ch/h: 7.60

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August 05, 2013, 07:35:14 AM
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Does anyone have any idea how the pool miners currently compare to solo mining (assuming using a large enough number of machines to make the test fare)?  The HP solo miner was at one stage considerably better than the pool miner, but don't know whether that is still the case or not.  

1 day on pool = 12XPM (24 CPU threads, 60GB RAM)
1 day on solo mining = 34XPM (8 threads, 60GB RAM)

make your conclusions Wink

btw I'm doing both at the same time (32 cores in total), so one complements the other

in 2 hours:

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---- New Block: 97587 - Diff: 9.310326 / 6.000000
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 194 / 199 ]  -  Max diff: 8.38272
---- 6-chain count: 182  -  6ch/h: 102.514 - Share Value: 18.200
---- 7-chain count: 16  -  7ch/h: 9.012 - Share Value: 16.000
---- 8-chain count: 1  -  8ch/h: 0.563 - Share Value: 10.000
---- 9-chain count: 0  -  9ch/h: 0.000 - Share Value: 0.000
---- Share Value for the last block: 0.000000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 24.865 - PPS: 111771 - 4ch/h: 14038.72 - 5ch/h: 1124.56 - 6ch/h: 102.39 - 7ch/h: 9.00

34XPM with 8 thread CPU in one day, this must be pure luck.

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August 05, 2013, 08:35:41 AM
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I have noticed that running with '-t 48' on my 48-core box gives only about 1/4 (for all kinds of shares) of what I get with 8 processes with '-t 6'.
Sieve size and percentage tuning can help somewhat but I never managed to get performance of 8 processes with single one.

P.S. Could someone please build for x64 with /arch:AVX

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August 05, 2013, 11:30:31 AM
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Does anyone have any idea how the pool miners currently compare to solo mining (assuming using a large enough number of machines to make the test fare)?  The HP solo miner was at one stage considerably better than the pool miner, but don't know whether that is still the case or not.  

1 day on pool = 12XPM (24 CPU threads, 60GB RAM)
1 day on solo mining = 34XPM (8 threads, 60GB RAM)

make your conclusions Wink

btw I'm doing both at the same time (32 cores in total), so one complements the other

in 2 hours:

Quote
---- New Block: 97587 - Diff: 9.310326 / 6.000000
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 194 / 199 ]  -  Max diff: 8.38272
---- 6-chain count: 182  -  6ch/h: 102.514 - Share Value: 18.200
---- 7-chain count: 16  -  7ch/h: 9.012 - Share Value: 16.000
---- 8-chain count: 1  -  8ch/h: 0.563 - Share Value: 10.000
---- 9-chain count: 0  -  9ch/h: 0.000 - Share Value: 0.000
---- Share Value for the last block: 0.000000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
Val/h 24.865 - PPS: 111771 - 4ch/h: 14038.72 - 5ch/h: 1124.56 - 6ch/h: 102.39 - 7ch/h: 9.00

Nice results. Which miner are you using on solo?

Are those Xeons your using?

yup, 2 xeons with hyperthreading

and since that post

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═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
---- New Block: 97811 - Diff: 9.319662 / 6.000000
---- Total/Valid shares: [ 457 / 468 ]  -  Max diff: 8.64419
---- 6-chain count: 431  -  6ch/h: 93.651 - Share Value: 43.100
---- 7-chain count: 35  -  7ch/h: 7.605 - Share Value: 35.000
---- 8-chain count: 2  -  8ch/h: 0.435 - Share Value: 20.000
---- 9-chain count: 0  -  9ch/h: 0.000 - Share Value: 0.000
---- Share Value for the last block: 1.100000
═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════
08/04/13 - 22:15:14 - SHARE FOUND !!! (Th#: 3) ---  DIFF: 6.289255 - VAL: 0.100    >6
Val/h 21.329 - PPS: 109995 - 4ch/h: 14035.12 - 5ch/h: 1150.28 - 6ch/h: 93.83 - 7ch/h: 7.60
Val/h 21.318 - PPS: 109986 - 4ch/h: 14035.05 - 5ch/h: 1150.16 - 6ch/h: 93.78 - 7ch/h: 7.60

What settings are you using for your Xeon's?

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August 05, 2013, 02:28:36 PM
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I noticed my Xeon E5-1620 runs better with -4, -s 600000 and -d 16 vs -t 8 -s 2000000 or 1500000 and -d 8.
Can it be that Hyper threading hurts mining performance?
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August 05, 2013, 07:57:39 PM
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As requested:

v4 for x64 with AVX https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12942635/jhPrimeminer-4-x64-avx.exe
v5 for XP/2003 for x64 w/ SSE2 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12942635/jhPrimeminer-5-x64-xp-sse2.exe
v5 for x64 with AVX https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12942635/jhPrimeminer-5-x64-avx.exe
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August 05, 2013, 07:59:03 PM
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Beware, this account was created 2 days ago. Do your due diligence before downloading/running.

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August 05, 2013, 08:04:40 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.
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August 05, 2013, 08:13:01 PM
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I noticed my Xeon E5-1620 runs better with -4, -s 600000 and -d 16 vs -t 8 -s 2000000 or 1500000 and -d 8.
Can it be that Hyper threading hurts mining performance?

My i7-2700K runs better with -t 4 than -t 8. Thermal throttling at t8 forces it to downclock for one, the PPS remains nearly the same.
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August 06, 2013, 04:22:22 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.

Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(
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August 06, 2013, 04:35:57 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.

Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(

This is Other mines for me miner. So Not all miners are 100% good.
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August 06, 2013, 04:50:55 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.

Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(

define "found a block" I've been mining for 5 days and havn't found any blocks, but still managed to pull down XPM (and even withdrew it just fine).

Also, note I didn't release a 5-x64-sse2, that's what mumus released. Same with the 4-x64-sse2. These are simply alternate compiles of the same code that he already released.

From my personal testing, I have not found the avx build to be any better than the sse2 builds.
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August 06, 2013, 05:42:04 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.

Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(

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August 06, 2013, 07:02:02 PM
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Can anyone give me an idea on the sort of return I should be seeing.  I have an i5 2500k 3.3Ghz, I've had it running using 3 threads for almost 24hours now and have earned just under 1 XPM. I'm using -d 10 and haven't changed the -s, should I change this?  How does -s work?

I'm using v4 of mumus miner at the moment, I seem to get better earnings per block from that than v5, but that may just be my misinterpretation. 

Also can anyone explain the stats on the personal stats page of the ypool webpage?

- What bearing does overall share value have?
- The Share value figure at the top - how does that equate to how much you get paid?

Sorry if this sounds noobish, I've read this entire thread and can't get any clear definition from here or the pool website.

Cheers,

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August 06, 2013, 07:06:28 PM
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- What bearing does overall share value have?
- The Share value figure at the top - how does that equate to how much you get paid?

Sorry if this sounds noobish, I've read this entire thread and can't get any clear definition from here or the pool website.

Cheers,

Beanhead




http://community.ypool.net/index.php?page=Thread&postID=177&highlight=#post177
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August 06, 2013, 07:22:57 PM
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- What bearing does overall share value have?
- The Share value figure at the top - how does that equate to how much you get paid?

Sorry if this sounds noobish, I've read this entire thread and can't get any clear definition from here or the pool website.

Cheers,

Beanhead


http://community.ypool.net/index.php?page=Thread&postID=177&highlight=#post177

Thanks mate, guess I need to look harder  Roll Eyes
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August 06, 2013, 07:54:39 PM
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Please add HTTP proxy support for miner.
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August 06, 2013, 09:00:16 PM
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Hi folks!
What about a new version?
V6 - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1189851/jhPrimeminer-GMP-v6.zip
32bit: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1189851/jhPrimeminer-GMP-v6-32bit.zip
Changes:
1. Initial Auto tuning related to L1 cache size. It takes about 4 min after the minder was started. For some configurations can double the seeped.
2. Keyboard shortcuts for those that likes to play with the numbers.
3. Round sieve percentage - Similar feature that was introduced in mikaelh's hp8 primecoin client. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255782.0
Basically the parameter sets how much time is spent in the sieve and how much time is spent on checking the candidates produced by the sieve.

Enjoy.

Edit: Both the miner and the mpir.dll Compiled with AVX flag - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1189851/jhPrimeminer-GMP-v6-AVX.zip
Edit2: The jhPrimeminer-GMP-v6-AVX.zip now contains the vcredist_x64.exe which is required to run the miner. It can be downloaded also from MS: http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/6/B/16B06F60-3B20-4FF2-B699-5E9B7962F9AE/VSU3/vcredist_x64.exe

Edit3: The AVX version is the same miner compiled to support the AVX instruction set from the newer CPUs. You can check if your CPU support AVX using CPUZ. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html. From my initial testing I couldn't find any significant speed difference between AVX and the regular one, probably because the code wasn't written to use it. If somebody can come out with a proof that it's worth using AVX then let us know.
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August 06, 2013, 09:20:51 PM
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I concur, yall are more than welcome to pull the source from https://github.com/hg5fm/jhPrimeminer and compile it yourself.

Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(

prof or stfu and gtfo


booohoooo he is trolling me ..........

Really, are you that dumb? Take my comment or leave it. A 9ch is usually a block.

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August 06, 2013, 09:30:00 PM
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Sorry to say but this is a scam. I was running this for an hour, actually found a block but the block was not recorded under my name. Wonder where it went:(

prof or stfu and gtfo


booohoooo he is trolling me ..........

Really, are you that dumb? Take my comment or leave it. A 9ch is usually a block.


Not correct, with the increasing difficulty more than half of the 9ch shares that are submitted don't solve a block. Nevertheless the pool rewards all shares between 9.0 and 9.999 the same.
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