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Author Topic: [ANN] [ARO] | Arionum | CPU+GPU+Masternode | PHP Based |Decentralized Revolution  (Read 43889 times)
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March 16, 2018, 05:44:39 PM
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For everyone that has come across difficulty using the script for ProgrammerDan's miner, please try the following slightly altered script. I have tested this on AWS, GCP and Upcloud and all three work successfully

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#! /bin/bash
sudo su
set -x #echo on
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk maven git gcc make -y
sudo apt-get install build-essential -y
cd
git clone git://github.com/Programmerdan/arionum-java
cd /arionum-java/arionum-miner
git checkout investigate
touch config.cfg
chmod 755 config.cfg
echo "pool
http://aropool.com/
<wallet address here>
`nproc`
enhanced
true
`hostname`" > config.cfg
mvn clean package
chmod +x build-argon.sh
./build-argon.sh
chmod +x run.sh
sudo apt get install tmux -y
tmux new-session -d -s my_session './run.sh'

When checking to see if the miner sessions is working please use the following -

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sudo su
tmux attach

If this does not work, simply try -
 
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sudo su
top

and check if "java" is running

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March 16, 2018, 06:02:57 PM
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Ok running a Ryzen 7 1700x with the java miner by Dan

Ok thought i would see myself , this isnt anything scientific just a thing i would try i run between 7 and 12 threads for 20 minutes and took the averages for each

7 threads = 11.27 h/s average
8 threads = 11.64 h/s average
9 threads = 11.91 h/s average
10 threads = 12.34 h/s average
11 threads = 12.25 h/s average
12 threads = 12.86 h/s average

I didnt do anymore than 12 threads, cause i am also running 5x rx560 mining cryptonight and didnt want to strain the boy too much , so not sure if that would affect the results but thought i would see if that would actually help anyone that is running a ryzen 7 1700x
How much RAM do you have?
Those hashrates look correct. Still somewhat low compared to Intel CPUs, my i5-7500 does 12 h/s with 3 threads!

For my Ryzen 1700 (no x), I think low memory may be the issue (8GB installed), 7.5 h/s on anything 8+ threads...
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March 16, 2018, 06:14:03 PM
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This is with 14 Threads (sweet spot with my system)

Ryzen 1700, 16 Gb RAM.
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March 16, 2018, 06:20:18 PM
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interesting coin, tell me please, where can I see your road map? Unfortunately, I did not find information on the website about what your plans are

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March 16, 2018, 07:04:19 PM
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interesting coin, tell me please, where can I see your road map? Unfortunately, I did not find information on the website about what your plans are

The roadmap is going to be added to the website in the very near future but the current roadmap objectives are as follows -

1. We've started discussions with several exchanges for listing ARO. We don't have any dates yet, as it does not depend on us, but the discussions have been initiated.
2. We're preparing to launch the alias system, allowing you to register an unique name for your wallet and be able to receive transfers on that alias.
3. An ARO Raffle will be launched soon, based on the aro blockchain with a trustless draw.
4. The Windows GUI Wallet's design is being remade by Deckard Coin






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March 16, 2018, 07:52:13 PM
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Important

I was shocked to see that even we have so loving people for this coin, why none of them gave Merit to the main thread, i have just gave my remaining 1 sMerit to main thread.
Guys try to make use of your  sMerit, it does not decrease your Merit count.

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March 16, 2018, 08:56:33 PM
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Ok running a Ryzen 7 1700x with the java miner by Dan

Ok thought i would see myself , this isnt anything scientific just a thing i would try i run between 7 and 12 threads for 20 minutes and took the averages for each

7 threads = 11.27 h/s average
8 threads = 11.64 h/s average
9 threads = 11.91 h/s average
10 threads = 12.34 h/s average
11 threads = 12.25 h/s average
12 threads = 12.86 h/s average

I didnt do anymore than 12 threads, cause i am also running 5x rx560 mining cryptonight and didnt want to strain the boy too much , so not sure if that would affect the results but thought i would see if that would actually help anyone that is running a ryzen 7 1700x
How much RAM do you have?
Those hashrates look correct. Still somewhat low compared to Intel CPUs, my i5-7500 does 12 h/s with 3 threads!

For my Ryzen 1700 (no x), I think low memory may be the issue (8GB installed), 7.5 h/s on anything 8+ threads...
http://oi64.tinypic.com/282nql0.jpg

This is with 14 Threads (sweet spot with my system)

Ryzen 1700, 16 Gb RAM.

hmmmm well not sure if memory has anything to do with it I have 32 GB ram and tried running on 14 threads but really no improvement on running 12 threads, but like i said i have 5x rx 560 mining thru the machinr as well on cryptonight so might be using a bit of the resources there
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March 17, 2018, 11:13:58 PM
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Had some difficulty getting miner running on UpCloud, but Overlode1 assisted me on discord and got my miner working on the cloud using the following script:

#! /bin/bash
set -x #echo on
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install curl git libssl-dev libcurl3 -y
wget https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/ariocppminer_v0.9.5_ubuntu16_server.tar.gz
tar -zxf ariocppminer_v0.9.5_ubuntu16_server.tar.gz
echo "pool
http://aropool.com/
4YV7bWw76m4DfzT1NNTjjN9Cq9b41NvVRFh86xNQpj51X6yatw1h6xMttLg7aAb6XsRNuwYLS6yD8CN z6BJNsgg
`nproc`
enhanced
true
`hostname`" > config.cfg
tmux new-session -d -s my_session './ariocppminer_avx2'

Thanks Overlode1!  Grin
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March 18, 2018, 04:42:31 AM
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works for me as well

thanks Overlode1
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March 18, 2018, 07:23:53 AM
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Happily mining this coin with spare parts from my closet.  Devs are incredibly helpful on the Discord.  I'm excited to see where the project goes, seems promising.  Keeping this miner running until further notice.  Happy mining everyone!
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March 18, 2018, 10:00:02 AM
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Hi everyone,

as a small challenge I started to implement a CPU miner in Go. I reverse engineered the existing miners and thought that I figured it out. But now I got the following response from the pool when I submit a (hopefully valid) nonce:

Code:
Invalid argon - PZ8Tyr4Nx8MHsRAGMpZmZ6TWY63dXWSCwNyrcNzXfdVXxnsCLBFPDPQ334BgJNqZtR6caTSP3SivNz416DhXdPKfi9nuDEycAYqceYgQjgCeA7bfyiaZraqD-ftdXYi1TRh3CFls6ghuzwvcwzVmkTbPuejDiQ9duz4-4wJoRbftEdP7TPoGziQ7aVED4Sxg35v1QhQFKgrqyTVt7D5xW1e1BMast8ii511VAei3aupBYa2wgoG8QdF7NyuE-83819285 - $argon2i$v=19$m=524288,t=1,p=12v33MqARW4Rko=

So here is the part of the code that does the actual work: https://pastebin.com/97VuyMGY

Maybe someone has an idea what's wrong / missing. I'm currently stuck.

My miner will be open source as soon as I got it working and cleaned up!
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March 18, 2018, 06:04:24 PM
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Could an Arionum miner be more optimized for Ryzen? Using SHA or so?

The great performer I have is a mobile i7 7500U. With 15W / 3 threads / 2 cores / 4 Mb L3 / 3.1 Ghz sustained speed it hashes as high as 8-9 H/s using Java Miner with AVX2. Truly amazing.

My Ryzen gives the aforementioned 15-16 H/s with 14 threads / 8 cores / 16 Mb L3 / 3.2 Ghz sustained speed. A little shallow compared with the tiny 2 core mobile i7 at around same clock frequencies.

Ryzen truly excels in Cryptonight / lite algos.

But something tells me it arionum mining could be more optimized for Ryzen.
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March 19, 2018, 03:14:32 AM
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Could an Arionum miner be more optimized for Ryzen? Using SHA or so?
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But something tells me it arionum mining could be more optimized for Ryzen.
Which OS? In Linux you could try a newer compiler, GCC 6.3+ or so.
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March 19, 2018, 07:39:34 AM
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Had some difficulty getting miner running on UpCloud, but Overlode1 assisted me on discord and got my miner working on the cloud using the following script:

#! /bin/bash
set -x #echo on
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install curl git libssl-dev libcurl3 -y
wget https://bitbucket.org/cryptogone/ariocppminer/downloads/ariocppminer_v0.9.5_ubuntu16_server.tar.gz
tar -zxf ariocppminer_v0.9.5_ubuntu16_server.tar.gz
echo "pool
http://aropool.com/
4YV7bWw76m4DfzT1NNTjjN9Cq9b41NvVRFh86xNQpj51X6yatw1h6xMttLg7aAb6XsRNuwYLS6yD8CN z6BJNsgg
`nproc`
enhanced
true
`hostname`" > config.cfg
tmux new-session -d -s my_session './ariocppminer_avx2'

Thanks Overlode1!  Grin

Works like a charm for me, thanks!
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March 19, 2018, 09:36:41 AM
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Could an Arionum miner be more optimized for Ryzen? Using SHA or so?

The great performer I have is a mobile i7 7500U. With 15W / 3 threads / 2 cores / 4 Mb L3 / 3.1 Ghz sustained speed it hashes as high as 8-9 H/s using Java Miner with AVX2. Truly amazing.

My Ryzen gives the aforementioned 15-16 H/s with 14 threads / 8 cores / 16 Mb L3 / 3.2 Ghz sustained speed. A little shallow compared with the tiny 2 core mobile i7 at around same clock frequencies.

Ryzen truly excels in Cryptonight / lite algos.

But something tells me it arionum mining could be more optimized for Ryzen.


I mined a bit with my old laptop and it gave me 1,7 h/s which is twice better than my old desktop which gave me 0,8-1 k/h.  Maybe it just works better with mobile CPUs
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March 19, 2018, 09:59:04 AM
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or maybe its RAM, from what i've just read in discord
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March 19, 2018, 04:35:41 PM
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Could an Arionum miner be more optimized for Ryzen? Using SHA or so?

The great performer I have is a mobile i7 7500U. With 15W / 3 threads / 2 cores / 4 Mb L3 / 3.1 Ghz sustained speed it hashes as high as 8-9 H/s using Java Miner with AVX2. Truly amazing.

My Ryzen gives the aforementioned 15-16 H/s with 14 threads / 8 cores / 16 Mb L3 / 3.2 Ghz sustained speed. A little shallow compared with the tiny 2 core mobile i7 at around same clock frequencies.

Ryzen truly excels in Cryptonight / lite algos.

But something tells me it arionum mining could be more optimized for Ryzen.


I mined a bit with my old laptop and it gave me 1,7 h/s which is twice better than my old desktop which gave me 0,8-1 k/h.  Maybe it just works better with mobile CPUs

Each miner utilizes memory, so if you have a memory bottleneck compared to your CPU speed, it will make quite a difference to your h/s

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March 19, 2018, 11:45:02 PM
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Very nice project. testing the mining now Smiley

Good luck! Interesting to see where this goes...

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March 21, 2018, 01:25:52 PM
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i am mining in aropool.com and have noticed some strange behavior.

I have about 44 kh/s and usualy I check every 12 hours to see my inputs, sometimes their is a huge jump in coins received (e.g I expect to find 200 and i see 500).
Is this due to the pool staying back in payments, pool luck or is there a super- block feature (cant see that in ANN)?
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March 21, 2018, 03:31:34 PM
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i am mining in aropool.com and have noticed some strange behavior.

I have about 44 kh/s and usualy I check every 12 hours to see my inputs, sometimes their is a huge jump in coins received (e.g I expect to find 200 and i see 500).
Is this due to the pool staying back in payments, pool luck or is there a super- block feature (cant see that in ANN)?

When you win a block you get ~390 ARO, that might explain the gap.

You can check who won the 100 last blocks here to check next time : http://aropool.com/blocks
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