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September 05, 2015, 03:23:12 PM
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so look my, only hash - what i do wrong

with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Match idx: 9
CPU hash: 34af76e7417a64b21822982115c0a38b263be
GPU hash: 64bb46b9f30ea67bb08f26f76e71455d7b1f8
Found delta: 8376487 Start delta: 1
[10.86 Mkey/s][total 8388608]

Text.txt file is not there


with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 1 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Pattern: 1Abc
Address: 1ABCcNwi2ZiVsc7rhAihAUq1nRRnRJSYLo
Privkey: 5KBLRMEJdUHjJHboBzXHK6w2fQsZ8ch19ZKjsC8AED29HxzSbzS

Text.txt file is there

Available OpenCL platforms:
0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
  0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] Tahiti
  1: [GenuineIntel] Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
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September 05, 2015, 06:08:45 PM
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so look my, only hash - what i do wrong

with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Match idx: 9
CPU hash: 34af76e7417a64b21822982115c0a38b263be
GPU hash: 64bb46b9f30ea67bb08f26f76e71455d7b1f8
Found delta: 8376487 Start delta: 1
[10.86 Mkey/s][total 8388608]

Text.txt file is not there


with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 1 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Pattern: 1Abc
Address: 1ABCcNwi2ZiVsc7rhAihAUq1nRRnRJSYLo
Privkey: 5KBLRMEJdUHjJHboBzXHK6w2fQsZ8ch19ZKjsC8AED29HxzSbzS

Text.txt file is there

Available OpenCL platforms:
0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
  0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] Tahiti
  1: [GenuineIntel] Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz


 In the first instance you are using OCL version but your drivers do not work so you get weird output.
In the second instance you are using the CPU and not the GPU so the drivers causing the problem in the first instance are not used.

with this cmd: oclvanitygen -d 1 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc
what is your hashrate?  I am guessing sub 1mKeys/s because you are using the CPU.


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September 05, 2015, 07:15:09 PM
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 In the first instance you are using OCL version but your drivers do not work so you get weird output.
In the second instance you are using the CPU and not the GPU so the drivers causing the problem in the first instance are not used.

with this cmd: oclvanitygen -d 1 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc
what is your hashrate?  I am guessing sub 1mKeys/s because you are using the CPU.


CPU 1 - 1,5 MKey's
GPU 29 - 30 MKey's

So, i will use the GPU, but the output is ....
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September 05, 2015, 08:00:23 PM
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so

CPU: oclvanitygen -d 1 -S -k -o D:\Text.txt 1 -- 20sec = 1131 count of addresses
GPU: oclvanitygen -d 0 -S -k -o D:\Text.txt 1 -- 20sec = 13 count of addresses

why is my CPU so fast ? and my GPU soo bad

i7 4770K = 1MKey's
AMD R9 280x = 29 - 30 MKey's

where are the 30 MKey's ??
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September 05, 2015, 08:05:29 PM
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Might want to run them a little longer than 20 seconds, but I'd also double-check what (ocl)vanitygen is putting on the screen.  It could be that your GPU is generating addresses that are invalid when checked by the CPU, and thus rejected and not written out to the output file.  Edit: Oh, and just in case it's not clear, the keys/s only means the number of keys it can check per second - you'll find far fewer vanity addresses per second than that Smiley

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September 05, 2015, 11:58:37 PM
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Hey,

where is the file with the addresses ?

C:\>cd C:\Users\XX\Desktop\t\
C:\Users\XX\Desktop\t\>oclvanitygen.exe -d 0 -o Test.txt 1ABE


C:\Users\XX\Desktop\t\Test.txt - - does not exist



It won't exist until a result is found

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September 06, 2015, 01:56:57 AM
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so

CPU: oclvanitygen -d 1 -S -k -o D:\Text.txt 1 -- 20sec = 1131 count of addresses
GPU: oclvanitygen -d 0 -S -k -o D:\Text.txt 1 -- 20sec = 13 count of addresses

why is my CPU so fast ? and my GPU soo bad

i7 4770K = 1MKey's
AMD R9 280x = 29 - 30 MKey's

where are the 30 MKey's ??

 You are getting rather confused I think. You have switched the devices on us??
-d 1 should not be the GPU

Earlier you told us this:

so look my, only hash - what i do wrong

with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Match idx: 9
CPU hash: 34af76e7417a64b21822982115c0a38b263be
GPU hash: 64bb46b9f30ea67bb08f26f76e71455d7b1f8
Found delta: 8376487 Start delta: 1
[10.86 Mkey/s][total 8388608]

Text.txt file is not there


with cmd: oclvanitygen -d 1 -k -i -o D:\Text.txt 1Abc

Pattern: 1Abc
Address: 1ABCcNwi2ZiVsc7rhAihAUq1nRRnRJSYLo
Privkey: 5KBLRMEJdUHjJHboBzXHK6w2fQsZ8ch19ZKjsC8AED29HxzSbzS

Text.txt file is there

Available OpenCL platforms:
0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
  0: [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.] Tahiti
  1: [GenuineIntel] Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz


 Which indicates that the device 0:0 is the Tahiti (or the GPU) and the device 0:1 is the i7-4770

 So the option -d 0 should use the GPU but it doesn't work properly because you have the wrong driver version for AMD which will not work with oclvanitygen.  It is evident by the output you have shown us.
 Using the option -d 1 will use the CPU but it doesn't make sense to use oclvanitygen on a CPU when in fact vanitygen would probably be faster.

You have to completely uninstall the AMD drivers and reinstall with an older version.  I will try to find this information - I believe it was already posted here with a batch file to assist in removal.

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September 06, 2015, 08:31:10 PM
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You don't have to uninstall all of AMD drivers to use a Tahiti GPU.

Search for Lifeboats vanitygen, it works very well.

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September 07, 2015, 11:54:56 AM
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I have two AMD Radeon R9 200 HD 7900 Series Graphics cards in a Win 7 box

Reading through the earlier posts of this thread, I went off and updated the drivers to the latest Ver 15xxx I would get ~ 25 - 27 MKey/s per card but then would get stalked night and day by Delta and Co.

Some more reading and using the -S safe mode, the speed is throttled back to ~ 9 or 10 MKeys/s per card

So, more reading and I used the uninstall program mentioned here and uninstalled the AMD drivers, then installed the ver 12.10 drivers as suggested.

I would again get ~ 25MKeys/s per card, but then Delta... she came knocking again.

So I again used -S safe-mode and got ~ 6Mkeys/s per card.

So I rolled back to the previous install (15xxx) and am back to either ~25Mkeys/s with Delta lurking behind every rose bush, or -S safe mode ~10Mkeys/s

However... after about 48 - 60 hours the program freezes, so I have to Control-C to exit and start afresh.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

I also have a 2 - 3 yo laptop with an nVidia graphics card and get ~2 Mkeys/s (in all of these examples using oclvanitygen ) without having done anything to the drivers and haven't had Delta come a knocking, so am thinking of taking one of the AMD cards out of the Win 7 box, dropping a GTX 780 Ti card in to search for vanity wallets and the remaining AMD I can use for incidental script mining or Vanity mining for other Alt coin wallets from time to time.

Just one final question:

I have a work.txt with about 200 wallet prefixes to search for; I'm a little unclear, does the program search for all work examples, or focuses on one particularly easy one?  Why I ask when I've had to restart due to the program freezing (or last night's suburb wide black out for 20mins) the same results occur in the same order and at about the same time duration.

Thanks for looking.

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September 07, 2015, 11:46:57 PM
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it will search for all prefixes contained in your input file.  the program just displays probability information for the easiest prefix, ie based on probability it expects to find the easiest one first, then the next easiest... it will keep displaying the next easiest prefix probability stats. as it finds each one it "removes" it from its list in memory.

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September 08, 2015, 01:07:24 AM
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it will search for all prefixes contained in your input file.  the program just displays probability information for the easiest prefix, ie based on probability it expects to find the easiest one first, then the next easiest... it will keep displaying the next easiest prefix probability stats. as it finds each one it "removes" it from its list in memory.

 You are partially correct.  The program searches for all prefixes in your file and shows the probability of matching not the easiest but any prefix (it's basically showing the sum of all of the individual probabilities).  Prefixes with a higher probability will likely be matched first but not necessarily.  

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September 08, 2015, 02:10:15 PM
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Thanks for the Program, I'm lucky to have a 4 letter name
Only takes a couple minutes to create 100 vanity's
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September 18, 2015, 08:49:22 PM
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Looking for some advice if anyone has an answer.

I can run the miner (oclvanityminer64.exe) on my GTX860M without any issues, but when I try to use the miner (oclvanitygen.exe) to mine a address locally I get the following error.

Difficulty: 15318045009
clWaitForEvents(NDRange,0): Unknown code -9999
Device: GeForce GTX 860M
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation (10de)
Driver: 350.12
Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Version: OpenCL 1.2 CUDA
Max compute units: 5
Max workgroup size: 1024
clEnqueueMapBuffer(4): CL_INVALID_COMMAND_QUEUE
Global memory: -2147483648
Max allocation: 536870912
Device: GeForce GTX 860M
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation (10de)
Driver: 350.12
Profile: FULL_PROFILE
Version: OpenCL 1.2 CUDA
Max compute units: 5
Max workgroup size: 1024
Global memory: -2147483648
Max allocation: 536870912
ERROR: Could not map row buffer for slot 1
ERROR: allocation failure?

Anyone know how to get around this? Possible that its because its not x64?

If that is the case, does anyone know if there is a build for x64?

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September 27, 2015, 09:04:37 AM
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Looking for some advice if anyone has an answer.

I can run the miner (oclvanityminer64.exe) on my GTX860M without any issues, but when I try to use the miner (oclvanitygen.exe) to mine a address locally I get the following error.

-snip-
Anyone know how to get around this? Possible that its because its not x64?

If that is the case, does anyone know if there is a build for x64?

Did you delete the <longhexstring>.oclbin file first? I would guess that you have to compile the kernel for either 32 or 64 bit.

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September 27, 2015, 11:24:55 PM
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Looking for some advice if anyone has an answer.

I can run the miner (oclvanityminer64.exe) on my GTX860M without any issues, but when I try to use the miner (oclvanitygen.exe) to mine a address locally I get the following error.

-snip-
Anyone know how to get around this? Possible that its because its not x64?

If that is the case, does anyone know if there is a build for x64?

Did you delete the <longhexstring>.oclbin file first? I would guess that you have to compile the kernel for either 32 or 64 bit.

Thanks for that tip. I deleted the two that existed and it started to work. Much easier than what I was expecting. Went from the 900 Kkeys to the 15-17 Mkeys I was getting for the pool.

Appreciate it greatly.

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September 30, 2015, 05:47:53 PM
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I've read about some uses for vanitygen (e.g., vanity address creation and voting address creation) but am curiously wondering what else are you guys using it for???
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September 30, 2015, 08:08:28 PM
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I've read about some uses for vanitygen (e.g., vanity address creation and voting address creation) but am curiously wondering what else are you guys using it for???

Hi,you can use that "feature" in whatever going on your mind, the main idea here is that you can give a "face" to the non good looking bitcoin addresses and let them look a little bit more humane readable,it can be good in terms of UX/UI or if you want to have a "unique" address that will help people know who you are/what is your bitcoin "identity" ,you can check that service that i am trying to develop and that include some "vanity address" feature's : https://www.riders.io/

I have also question for the people here,i tried to generate an address with 6 patterns (case sensitive) with my 9600GT card,it took almost 2 weeks lol,how much GPU power i need in order to lower that time for something like 4-5 hours? how much graphics cards?
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September 30, 2015, 08:31:54 PM
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I've read about some uses for vanitygen (e.g., vanity address creation and voting address creation) but am curiously wondering what else are you guys using it for???

Hi,you can use that "feature" in whatever going on your mind, the main idea here is that you can give a "face" to the non good looking bitcoin addresses and let them look a little bit more humane readable,it can be good in terms of UX/UI or if you want to have a "unique" address that will help people know who you are/what is your bitcoin "identity" ,you can check that service that i am trying to develop and that include some "vanity address" feature's : https://www.riders.io/

I have also question for the people here,i tried to generate an address with 6 patterns (case sensitive) with my 9600GT card,it took almost 2 weeks lol,how much GPU power i need in order to lower that time for something like 4-5 hours? how much graphics cards?
Tnx!

A single GTX 970 is enough for that.

Code:
>oclvanitygen.exe -k -v 1abcdef
Prefix difficulty:         888446610538 1abcdef
Difficulty: 888446610538
Device: GeForce GTX 970
-snip-
[36.45 Mkey/s][total 218103808][Prob 0.0%][50% in 4.7h]

A little longer in save mode.

Code:
>oclvanitygen.exe -k -S -v 1abcdef
Prefix difficulty:         888446610538 1abcdef
Difficulty: 888446610538
Device: GeForce GTX 970
-snip-
[29.17 Mkey/s][total 258998272][Prob 0.0%][50% in 5.9h]

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October 01, 2015, 04:55:38 PM
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Can I generate a vanity address with my spare Antminer S3+ ? Because I want an address like this :

"1InDiaNaCoINBTC...."

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October 01, 2015, 05:14:01 PM
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Can I generate a vanity address with my spare Antminer S3+ ? Because I want an address like this :

"1InDiaNaCoINBTC...."
Short answer is no.
The ASIC based miners only support the SHA and or Scrypt algorithms.

But 80% of the processing time for vanitycoins is related to the ECSDA calculations,
and there is also a RIMD hashing involved. These last two protocols are not supported by the ASIC's.

You would need GPU hashing for this one, and looking at the length of your prefix.... a lot of time.
each char is roughly a multiple of 60;  in your case you might need to run the program for
60^14/hashingspeed seconds.
Even when hashing 10GH/s that would take 25 million years.... give or take...

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