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February 06, 2018, 06:05:50 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).
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February 06, 2018, 06:12:04 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).

I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k
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February 06, 2018, 06:45:08 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).

I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I'm on PHP/Auto-Miner. I didn't realize I could open more instances. So I will have multiple instances of ~1.3-5? Is your 5.2 added instances or just one miner going at a time?
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February 06, 2018, 06:54:04 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).

I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I'm on PHP/Auto-Miner. I didn't realize I could open more instances. So I will have multiple instances of ~1.3-5? Is your 5.2 added instances or just one miner going at a time?

Thats just one instance
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February 06, 2018, 07:37:18 PM
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mined for 83 minutes, 2.5 h/s, found 1 share and it got rejected lol, using java-miner
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February 06, 2018, 08:11:52 PM
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I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I get 11.25h/s on i7-7700k

Config:

Linux Mint 18.3
locally compiled (follow "advanced installation" instructions for linux) argon2i library
8 hashers

Using:

https://github.com/ProgrammerDan/arionum-java/releases/tag/0.2.2
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February 06, 2018, 08:58:48 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).

Maybe you can make some code changing dev to set up how many threads to run on the miner, maybe something in the configuration file, coz if you have like me 40 threads and i need to open 40 instances and is not to comfortable.
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February 06, 2018, 09:16:37 PM
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We have manually updated the difficulty as we were stuck on the block 10801.

Everyone running nodes, should update again. (git pull)

The miners should also be updated to the latest versions.

@draceus0 The expected hashrate for a i7 7700k is between 8 and 11. If you're getting only 3, there's a problem in your config. Try more hashers.

As a comparison, a GTX1080 should be getting around 21-24H/s atm.

Do no be alarmed by the new low hashrates, they are low for everyone and that's what was expected.

I'm at ~1.5 on an i7-4790k. Is that about what I should expect? When you say there could be a problem in config, how would you check that?

Which miner are you using? If it's java, delete the old config.
If it's php, you need to open more instances (1 per thread).

Maybe you can make some code changing dev to set up how many threads to run on the miner, maybe something in the configuration file, coz if you have like me 40 threads and i need to open 40 instances and is not to comfortable.

I believe the Java miner solves that issue; may be wrong.

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February 06, 2018, 09:40:45 PM
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My miner never stopped and still working with same speed. am i mining old chain?
anything i need to change?

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February 06, 2018, 11:33:33 PM
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I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I get 11.25h/s on i7-7700k

Config:

Linux Mint 18.3
locally compiled (follow "advanced installation" instructions for linux) argon2i library
8 hashers

Using:

https://github.com/ProgrammerDan/arionum-java/releases/tag/0.2.2

Im on windows. Perhaps thats the problem
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February 07, 2018, 04:23:04 AM
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I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I get 11.25h/s on i7-7700k

Config:

Linux Mint 18.3
locally compiled (follow "advanced installation" instructions for linux) argon2i library
8 hashers

Using:

https://github.com/ProgrammerDan/arionum-java/releases/tag/0.2.2


Im on windows. Perhaps thats the problem

Earlier i was getting 54H/S and now with new miner AVX2 i am getting 4.5 H/S, on windows 10 OS. Is this what is expected?

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February 07, 2018, 07:18:22 AM
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I get around 5.6 on PHP , 6.2 on Java and on the auto miner I get like 1 H/s
Not sure how to get the 8-11 H/s you said possible on i7 7700k

I get 11.25h/s on i7-7700k

Config:

Linux Mint 18.3
locally compiled (follow "advanced installation" instructions for linux) argon2i library
8 hashers

Using:

https://github.com/ProgrammerDan/arionum-java/releases/tag/0.2.2

But how is that possible that u guys are going so slow (or i am looking wrong..)

I get on 1x i7 2600: 43 H/s (with 2x the auto-miner opened)
With 1x auto-miner i get 33-34H/s

I am using the standard miner inside the ARO folder (php miner).

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i am using the first release from this coin (maybe that's wrong, am i really mining? I get some shares just like before..)
Windows 10 Pro

When i look to the ''newest'' Windows Bundle, only 2 files are edited; miner.php on 5 februari, LightArionumCLI on 6 februari, all other files has not been changed, correct?

Oké, so dev tell me..
I updated the 2 files (well, i changed all files to the newest version) and now i get 1.1H/s Cheesy
So i was going from 34H/s (i tought standard 4 threads) to 1.1H/s (this is 1 thread for what i can see, so i can open the miner 4 times and i get like 5H/s) ? Tongue I guess this is not a good thing?
I did read your post above that the lower speed is ''normall'', you also say that's for everybody. But, a little hour ago i was getting 30x more speed. So if i just replace the files to the old files i am going faster while using the same power consumption?
Is there a reason why i should not use the old miner what is 30x faster?

If the old, and faster miner got problems so the newer version is important to use, add that to the openingspost. The openingspost just don't have enough info (well, it almost got no information). I have to read every page in the hope i can see a reaction what can help me (not good for people what dont have 24/7 the time to read all the posts in every topic on every page).

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February 07, 2018, 08:42:19 AM
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Did anyone get a payout from pool after the fork? I am mining on the new miner for more than 12 hours and got zero.
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February 07, 2018, 11:36:58 AM
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February 07, 2018, 01:07:15 PM
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Did anyone get a payout from pool after the fork? I am mining on the new miner for more than 12 hours and got zero.
I can confirm
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February 07, 2018, 01:27:31 PM
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After the fork, as previously said, the mining algorithm has been changed and the new hash rates are lower on the new algo (for everyone).
Do not be afraid of smaller H/s, it brings the same results as it did before the fork with higher H/s.

If you haven't updated your miner, keep  in mind your work will be rejected by the pool and you will not be able to earn ARO.

My recommendation as a miner is to use Dan's java miner!
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February 07, 2018, 02:34:45 PM
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After the fork, as previously said, the mining algorithm has been changed and the new hash rates are lower on the new algo (for everyone).
Do not be afraid of smaller H/s, it brings the same results as it did before the fork with higher H/s.

If you haven't updated your miner, keep  in mind your work will be rejected by the pool and you will not be able to earn ARO.

My recommendation as a miner is to use Dan's java miner!

Not used a java miner before, where can i locate instructions to use it?

thanks!
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February 07, 2018, 03:08:03 PM
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Check here: https://github.com/ProgrammerDan/arionum-java/releases/tag/0.2.2
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February 07, 2018, 03:28:12 PM
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Which one of those is the best to download and what are the differences?
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February 07, 2018, 06:35:29 PM
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Which one of those is the best to download and what are the differences?

The short answer -- the one that fits what your hardware can use.

Most AMD hardware has at least AVX support; some, AVX2.

Most recent Intel Hardware has AVX2 support; some has AVX512f -- use it if yours does.

Check with your CPU manufacturer (Intel Ark for instance shows all hardware features for each Intel CPU) to see which extensions you can use.

All hardware should be able to run the generic. Some older hardware with AVX support might run faster using "generic" -- the plain arionum-miner-java.exe which is for any Windows system.

Please note that there is a hard requirement for 64bit JRE for all versions.


As to what is better -- AVX is a kind of vector operation extension. AVX2 doubles the size of the vectors useable. AVX512f as used in this lib, doubles the size of the vector again. Each _can_ represent about 20% speedboost; although sometimes due to other hardware optimizations AVX isn't faster then Generic build.
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