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August 17, 2013, 06:10:09 PM
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Thanks, I got it to work. I didn't see the README. How do you know when you've found a block?
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accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 896.91 khash/s (yay!!!)

I have compiled in Linux and used the precompiled windows versions here, and they are abysmally slow for me.  On a single core, the wallet gives me 120Kh/s.  The cpuminer version gives me about 6Kh/s.  I've tried the AVX and AVX2 versions on both Ivy-Bridge and Haswell Xeons to no avail.  Using no options on the command line, and --benchmark gives me the same slow h/s.  Any ideas?

Make sure you have -a quark added to the line that runs minerd.

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August 17, 2013, 06:18:27 PM
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August 17, 2013, 06:24:48 PM
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Price too low  Sad

Meh, it's better than .000001 or .0000015 which it was at earlier.

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August 17, 2013, 06:26:03 PM
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Price too low  Sad

Meh, it's better than .000001 or .0000015 which it was at earlier.
Meh, meh, you're somewhat right.

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August 17, 2013, 06:39:53 PM
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Does it matter which port you have quarkcoind listening on? Or I guess the port for which miner/CPU miner uses.

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August 17, 2013, 06:42:02 PM
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Thanks, I got it to work. I didn't see the README. How do you know when you've found a block?
Code:
accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 896.91 khash/s (yay!!!)

I have compiled in Linux and used the precompiled windows versions here, and they are abysmally slow for me.  On a single core, the wallet gives me 120Kh/s.  The cpuminer version gives me about 6Kh/s.  I've tried the AVX and AVX2 versions on both Ivy-Bridge and Haswell Xeons to no avail.  Using no options on the command line, and --benchmark gives me the same slow h/s.  Any ideas?

Make sure you have -a quark added to the line that runs minerd.

I knew I was missing something simple, what's your qrk address, let me hook you up with some coins!
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August 17, 2013, 06:49:30 PM
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Just found a block with the new miner. Cheesy

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August 17, 2013, 06:50:30 PM
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Thanks, I got it to work. I didn't see the README. How do you know when you've found a block?
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accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 896.91 khash/s (yay!!!)

I have compiled in Linux and used the precompiled windows versions here, and they are abysmally slow for me.  On a single core, the wallet gives me 120Kh/s.  The cpuminer version gives me about 6Kh/s.  I've tried the AVX and AVX2 versions on both Ivy-Bridge and Haswell Xeons to no avail.  Using no options on the command line, and --benchmark gives me the same slow h/s.  Any ideas?

Make sure you have -a quark added to the line that runs minerd.

I knew I was missing something simple, what's your qrk address, let me hook you up with some coins!

Also to run it in the background even if your disconnect, add -B.

Address: QjGT9fh2ddaBmgEebDUM1S2AxKLhUuRojp
Thanks bud. Cheesy

See transactions:

quarkcoind listtransactions | grep 'address\|category'

Running that command and seeing the results is awesome. Cheesy

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August 17, 2013, 07:17:35 PM
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For those wanting to know where their processor will be in terms of how fast, here's some stats:

Server 1:

AMD OpteronProcessor 4171 HE
8 cores
42 khash per core
About
~ 340 khash total

Server 2:

Xeon E5320 1.86GHz
4 cores
16 khash per core
About
~ 64 khash total

Server 3:

Unknown Processor (I think Xeon? Not sure)
1 cores
51 khash per core
51 khash total

I think higher GHz, more khash you'll get.
Also, on Linux:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

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August 17, 2013, 07:41:59 PM
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For those wanting to know where their processor will be in terms of how fast, here's some stats:

...snip...

I think higher GHz, more khash you'll get.
Also, on Linux:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

Even more important: 64bit miner!
Roughly double speed.
My older Core2 Laptop Windows doubled its speed, as well as an Xeon CPU running Ubuntu

@neisklar, is the p2pool source @ github? want to run one localy Wink

Not yet, that needs definatly some workover as i have hundreds of ourcommented debugging lines in it. That hardwiring of the DONATION_SCRIPT into the code and !!! into the validation of the p2pool's internally blockchain !!! was hard to get. But is/was a clever thing. If you wan't to join an existing p2pool network you can't change that DONATION_SCRIPT, since then for that p2pool note the blockchain would be invalid...

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August 17, 2013, 07:44:11 PM
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For those wanting to know where their processor will be in terms of how fast, here's some stats:

...snip...

I think higher GHz, more khash you'll get.
Also, on Linux:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

Even more important: 64bit miner!
Roughly double speed.
My older Core2 Laptop Windows doubled its speed, as well as an Xeon CPU running Ubuntu

nice! Yeah I have Ubuntu 13.04 x64 on all my servers.

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August 17, 2013, 08:48:51 PM
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So what does this mean when -H is added:

Hash:   0000005ecbfa21bbe690a9467424cfe6282e5387ab6ff50b5e9d89a89c1f7eed
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2013-08-17 20:42:19] DEBUG: hash > target (false positive)
Hash:   000000aa5d6b11e1b603c5add952188f2b50c566f3cc0aeafcbc9dc89f3d1a26
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2013-08-17 20:42:38] DEBUG: hash > target (false positive)
Hash:   000000957e7b92f87ae5e17db8732fdcfe921afbbac70e28bfd8765c1913c494
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

??

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August 17, 2013, 09:17:56 PM
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Also, why doesn't my address show up in the pool? http://176.221.46.81:8372/static/

I have 4/4 shared accepted.  Huh

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August 17, 2013, 09:28:47 PM
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So what does this mean when -H is added:

Hash:   0000005ecbfa21bbe690a9467424cfe6282e5387ab6ff50b5e9d89a89c1f7eed
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2013-08-17 20:42:19] DEBUG: hash > target (false positive)
Hash:   000000aa5d6b11e1b603c5add952188f2b50c566f3cc0aeafcbc9dc89f3d1a26
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2013-08-17 20:42:38] DEBUG: hash > target (false positive)
Hash:   000000957e7b92f87ae5e17db8732fdcfe921afbbac70e28bfd8765c1913c494
Target: 0000000181fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

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It's some debug output, i used to see during the tests if anything goes the right way.

You can even omit the -H since even without you should see speed messages.
IF you want it quit, and only print out accepted/rejected and global speed usw -Q

Also, why doesn't my address show up in the pool? http://176.221.46.81:8372/static/

I have 4/4 shared accepted.  Huh

Please read about the workings of p2pool and especially the fake difficulty.
The links are somewhat up in one of my posts, or look in the bitcoin wiki

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August 17, 2013, 11:08:52 PM
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What are everyone's thoughts on the pool?

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August 18, 2013, 01:20:53 AM
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Just found a block with the new miner. Cheesy
Oh nice, gratz!

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August 18, 2013, 03:26:03 PM
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Just wanted to report back. Left a VPS on for 10 hours mining and got 6 blocks, I mined with the CPU miner for 5 hours and only got 1 block. Interesting thing is that I got some odd debug outputs with -H added but got a higher hash-rate.

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August 18, 2013, 03:33:24 PM
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Just wanted to report back. Left a VPS on for 10 hours mining and got 6 blocks, I mined with the CPU miner for 5 hours and only got 1 block. Interesting thing is that I got some odd debug outputs with -H added but got a higher hash-rate.

Please remember that now the difficulty (200+) is much higher than before (~100)...
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August 18, 2013, 03:42:58 PM
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Just wanted to report back. Left a VPS on for 10 hours mining and got 6 blocks, I mined with the CPU miner for 5 hours and only got 1 block. Interesting thing is that I got some odd debug outputs with -H added but got a higher hash-rate.

Please remember that now the difficulty (200+) is much higher than before (~100)...

Right, however, some of them were when it was high.

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August 18, 2013, 05:49:49 PM
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No, this is not a new qt wallet, only a standalone miner that mines more efficiently than the miner built into the qt wallet. You keep your current qt wallet application and wallet.dat file the same.

See this thread for using the miner on the p2pool:

http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-Quark-Mining-Pool-Creation-Needed?pid=74#pid74


It's basically:
Code:
minerd_xyz.exe [b]-a quark[/b] -t <numthreads> -o http://176.221.46.81:8372 [b]-u <youquarkaddress>[/b]

To get some more details about your speed add an -H

This pool takes cucrrently 3% fee, which you can verify yourself:
http://176.221.46.81:8372/fee

Please also inform you about how p2pool works, esp about that fake difficulty:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Payout_logic
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Frequently_Asked_Questions

----snip---

Putting the hash_init-stuff outside of the loop isn't gaining anthing in cpuminer Sad

I am a P2Pool newbie and I have a problem using this pool. I have a machine running at 1000khash/s, but the payout is very unstable. I am getting the "accepted" messages almost every minute. However, sometimes I get zero payout for a few dozen minutes, and my address is even not listed on the pool website during this period Angry

I have this issue on both Windows (use the precompiled w64 binary) and Archlinux machines. Is it normal? Perhaps I don't understand the P2Pool payout logic correctly???

Any help will be greatly appreciated! Smiley
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