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August 16, 2013, 01:33:39 PM
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Is it possible to solomine this still?

I didn't know there was a pool yet?  i am solomining it and it is more profitable than prime.  I sell half of these and buy prime to hedge my bets. I like quark coin though although starting diff was too low.

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August 16, 2013, 02:24:37 PM
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Blockrate went down a lot for me, seems some big players made the switch from Primecoin.
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August 16, 2013, 03:03:51 PM
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Is it possible to solomine this still?
Yes it is possible. I'm mining with i5.

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August 16, 2013, 06:15:40 PM
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Block explorer up, thanks to Abe.

http://176.221.46.81/chain/Quarkcoin
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Block explorer up, thanks to Abe.

http://176.221.46.81/chain/Quarkcoin

any modifications to abe to support it?

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August 16, 2013, 07:54:24 PM
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Block explorer up, thanks to Abe.

http://176.221.46.81/chain/Quarkcoin

any modifications to abe to support it?

It was done by user Neisklar on the quarkcoin forum. See here:

http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-Quark-Mining-Pool-Creation-Needed?page=2
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August 16, 2013, 08:22:02 PM
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Block explorer up, thanks to Abe.

http://176.221.46.81/chain/Quarkcoin

any modifications to abe to support it?

So, finally out of the noob-jail:)

There are some minor modifications:
I needed to change the COIN define for the decimals, and the difficulty display (since the Quarkcoin-QT client has some weird (in comparison to other coins) difficulty calculations. (Its 256 times off)). Only small stuff.

Every page of the Explorer should link to the modified source. Setting up a github account is something i think i will do after the weekend.

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August 16, 2013, 09:43:56 PM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Announcement thread:
http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-ANN-poolers-cpuminer-with-quarkcoin-support

Source code here:
http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK
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August 16, 2013, 09:47:36 PM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Source code here:

http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK


Is it faster? Github?

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August 16, 2013, 09:53:39 PM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Source code here:

http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK


Is it faster? Github?

I don't think it is significantly faster, but you can use it to mine on a pool. Neisklar has also setup a p2pool for Quark here:

http://176.221.46.81:8372/static/
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August 16, 2013, 10:41:48 PM
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https://github.com/uncle-bob

for nearly a 30% improvement in hash rate

on an amd four-core 2.4 Ghz my hash rate has went from 123502 to 163519. I'm mining around 6000 QRK a day with this code. I'm hoping that with an increase in the hashrate, for at least anyone that can compile code will uptick the price on QRK.

I really don't do windows, so I'll have to leave making a new binary up to someone else.

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August 16, 2013, 11:00:30 PM
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https://github.com/uncle-bob

for nearly a 30% improvement in hash rate

This doesn't build for me:

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g++ -c -O2 -pthread -Wall -Wextra -Wformat -Wformat-security -Wno-unused-parameter -g -DBOOST_SPIRIT_THREADSAFE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -I/home/tit/uncle-bob/quark/src -I/home/tit/uncle-bob/quark/src/obj -DUSE_UPNP=0 -DUSE_IPV6=1 -I/home/tit/uncle-bob/quark/src/leveldb/include -I/home/tit/uncle-bob/quark/src/leveldb/helpers -DHAVE_BUILD_INFO -fno-stack-protector -fstack-protector-all -Wstack-protector -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2  -MMD -MF obj/checkpoints.d -o obj/checkpoints.o checkpoints.cpp
In file included from checkpoints.cpp:10:0:
main.h: In member function ‘uint256 CBlockHeader::GetHash() const’:
main.h:1313:65: error: no matching function for call to ‘Hash9(char*, char*, const uint256&)’
main.h:1313:65: note: candidate is:
In file included from main.h:12:0,
                 from checkpoints.cpp:10:
hashblock.h:46:16: note: template<class T1> uint256 Hash9(T1, T1)
hashblock.h:46:16: note:   template argument deduction/substitution failed:
In file included from checkpoints.cpp:10:0:
main.h:1313:65: note:   candidate expects 2 arguments, 3 provided
make: *** [obj/checkpoints.o] Error 1
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August 16, 2013, 11:28:06 PM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Announcement thread:
http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-ANN-poolers-cpuminer-with-quarkcoin-support

Source code here:
http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK


The win executables took some time to compile, they are linkes in the announcement thread, and here:
Win64: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=E7OXBNRMUU
Win32: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=L78K8NRMGUG

Since the quark-algo is pure plain c, i compiled it for different processor/instructionsets, just pick one that works best for you. AVX better than SSE and so on. Win64 will definatly gain heavy speed improvements: On my old core2 laptop, I had a win32_sse3 run with around 9-12 khash/s per core. With w64_sse4 i got around 22-26 khash/s per core.

Is it faster? Github?
Yes definatly, one core on wallet: ~11kHash/s, w64_sse4 one core: ~23kHash/s
So at least on my testing machine and win64: around 100% gain

Github will come hopefully after the weekend, and hopefully coreectly setup as fork.


I don't think it is significantly faster, but you can use it to mine on a pool. Neisklar has also setup a p2pool for Quark here:

http://176.221.46.81:8372/static/


See above:) It's waaaaayyyy faster:)

The pool is for now only a standalone p2pool. The blocktimes in the stats page are hours off, but following the link into the block explorer shows the right times in UTC.
I hope to have next week some time to create/setup a traditional pool.


https://github.com/uncle-bob

for nearly a 30% improvement in hash rate

Yeah nice, taking it out of the loop, need to try out whats the speedgain in the cpuminer.
I wonder if we get even more gain (since memory is not an issue) if we create for multiple times used hash functions in one hash run, distinct contexts, and then combine them in one big struct, so thats one big continous block of memory which can be copied with one single memcpy call, instead now 9 calls for smaller blocks.

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August 16, 2013, 11:31:33 PM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Announcement thread:
http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-ANN-poolers-cpuminer-with-quarkcoin-support

Source code here:
http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK


The win executables took some time to compile, they are linkes in the announcement thread, and here:
Win64: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=E7OXBNRMUU
Win32: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=L78K8NRMGUG

Since the quark-algo is pure plain c, i compiled it for different processor/instructionsets, just pick one that works best for you. AVX better than SSE and so on. Win64 will definatly gain heavy speed improvements: On my old core2 laptop, I had a win32_sse3 run with around 9-12 khash/s per core. With w64_sse4 i got around 22-26 khash/s per core.

Is it faster? Github?
Yes definatly, one core on wallet: ~11kHash/s, w64_sse4 one core: ~23kHash/s
So at least on my testing machine and win64: around 100% gain

Github will come hopefully after the weekend, and hopefully coreectly setup as fork.


https://github.com/uncle-bob

for nearly a 30% improvement in hash rate

Yeah nice, taking it out of the loop, need to try out whats the speedgain in the cpuminer.
I wonder if we get even more gain (since memory is not an issue) if we create for multiple times used hash functions in one hash run, distinct contexts, and then combine them in one big struct, so thats one big continous block of memory which can be copied with one single memcpy call, instead now 9 calls for smaller blocks.


When getting rid of my old quark wallet and installing this new one, do i do it like with the scrypt coins. Like get the wallet.dat  and back it up, delete everything else then install the new quark wallet?

Also any step by step guide to setting this new cpu miner up on ubuntu 64bit?

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August 17, 2013, 12:04:49 AM
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Thanks to Neisklar for releasing a version of CPU miner for Quark.

Announcement thread:
http://forum.quarkcoin.org/Thread-ANN-poolers-cpuminer-with-quarkcoin-support

Source code here:
http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=CU5H5NRMJK


The win executables took some time to compile, they are linkes in the announcement thread, and here:
Win64: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=E7OXBNRMUU
Win32: http://www.share-online.biz/download.php?id=L78K8NRMGUG

Since the quark-algo is pure plain c, i compiled it for different processor/instructionsets, just pick one that works best for you. AVX better than SSE and so on. Win64 will definatly gain heavy speed improvements: On my old core2 laptop, I had a win32_sse3 run with around 9-12 khash/s per core. With w64_sse4 i got around 22-26 khash/s per core.

Is it faster? Github?
Yes definatly, one core on wallet: ~11kHash/s, w64_sse4 one core: ~23kHash/s
So at least on my testing machine and win64: around 100% gain

Github will come hopefully after the weekend, and hopefully coreectly setup as fork.


https://github.com/uncle-bob

for nearly a 30% improvement in hash rate

Yeah nice, taking it out of the loop, need to try out whats the speedgain in the cpuminer.
I wonder if we get even more gain (since memory is not an issue) if we create for multiple times used hash functions in one hash run, distinct contexts, and then combine them in one big struct, so thats one big continous block of memory which can be copied with one single memcpy call, instead now 9 calls for smaller blocks.


When getting rid of my old quark wallet and installing this new one, do i do it like with the scrypt coins. Like get the wallet.dat  and back it up, delete everything else then install the new quark wallet?

Also any step by step guide to setting this new cpu miner up on ubuntu 64bit?


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
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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]


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

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How do you run the CPU miner on linux and compile it?

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How do you run the CPU miner on linux and compile it?

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You grab the sources, and compile it yourself Smiley

You'll need the package needed to build, like autoconf, automake, gcc, libcurl. (Depending on your linux OS, everything you need is packed into "build-essential" or "base-devel" Smiley).

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You grab the sources, and compile it yourself Smiley

You'll need the package needed to build, like autoconf, automake, gcc, libcurl. (Depending on your linux OS, everything you need is packed into "build-essential" or "base-devel" Smiley).

Good morning,

just let me add this thread, first post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55038.0

There are detailed instructions for different systems, ready for copy & paste. Just modify the steps for the source download.
GitHub Repo will hopefully be on shortly

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