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February 11, 2018, 12:41:10 PM
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Three people get 65 percent of the pool. Cool. Decentralized Revolution  Grin

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February 11, 2018, 02:33:03 PM
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Still can not get the windows GUI wallet to install on win 10. The cli wallet no issues. Anyone else have issue on win 10 with the gui wallet?

I have no issue with gui wallet on my win 10.
if any update, it automatically updated.


I was able to install the gui wallet on my win 10 laptop no issue. On my desktop it gives me this error --An error occurred trying to download 'https://www.arionum.com/LightArionumC/LightArionum.application'.

ok so I clicked the link in the error and its now installing.

Maybe it was some security settings in my browser not allowing links to open up additional links
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February 11, 2018, 02:53:56 PM
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what is the most efficient cpu to mine this coin? I'm assuming ryzen 

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February 11, 2018, 03:27:03 PM
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what is the most efficient cpu to mine this coin? I'm assuming ryzen 

Im using a i76700k getting 13-14 H/s
I have a ryzen 1800 coming at some point. Amazon mysteriously left it out of the box they shipped me
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February 11, 2018, 03:31:28 PM
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Arionum development planning is very good indeed. Moreover, the cost of services received is also very low. It only offers a 0.25% fixed fee on all transactions and has dynamic transaction limits per block. I think this offer can still be considered by many people. I hope this project is a great success.

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February 11, 2018, 08:43:20 PM
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Hi, no it won't show you details.
Because min payout from pool is 10 aro.

you can see that # at aropool dashboard / historic shares / column Pending

A question. In Arionum Pool >> Dashboard >> Historical shares >> I am checking "pending" regularly. Yesterday it showed 5, today 2. Paid column is still 0. As min payout is 10, my cli wallet balance is still 0 too. So what is the deal with the numbers in "pending" column? Any feedback is appreciated.

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February 12, 2018, 01:32:37 AM
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Hi, no it won't show you details.
Because min payout from pool is 10 aro.

you can see that # at aropool dashboard / historic shares / column Pending

A question. In Arionum Pool >> Dashboard >> Historical shares >> I am checking "pending" regularly. Yesterday it showed 5, today 2. Paid column is still 0. As min payout is 10, my cli wallet balance is still 0 too. So what is the deal with the numbers in "pending" column? Any feedback is appreciated.

we had a discussion about this topic few days before on discord. Point is that your earnings are split in more then 500 blocks, so You are not able to see it all, but you will no lose your earning, this small amounts will be send in batch (dev said it will happend once a month, but in that time he was very helpful, he explained what's issue and he forced small amounts to go in that moment)

so if You will join ARO's discord, surely community (or maybe even devs (they are pretty active:)) will help You answer any of your questions
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February 12, 2018, 03:10:09 AM
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hi dan i get this line

;"Thread HashMasher-3 could not immediately reserve a core, it may experience decayed performance.
Thread HashMasher-4 could not immediately reserve a core, as there are no more cores to assign to. If performance is degraded, attempt with fewer hashers."


when i start the miner my cpu is intel core i5 3320m it's meant to be 4 cores.
is this message an issue or shall i ignore it.

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February 12, 2018, 09:35:59 AM
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After the hardfork from 5th feb. is gpu mining still possible or not?
I only want to mine via cpu, I have a lot of cpu resources but no gpu's and if some guys are using gpus it would be senseless for me to continue...
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February 12, 2018, 12:16:52 PM
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After the hardfork from 5th feb. is gpu mining still possible or not?
I only want to mine via cpu, I have a lot of cpu resources but no gpu's and if some guys are using gpus it would be senseless for me to continue...
some guys are using cloud mining...
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February 12, 2018, 12:41:19 PM
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Is it possible to use AES?

At present, the library has special code paths for AVX, AVX2 and AVX512f. I hope to include some additional optimizations, but they will probably be along the SSE path; I haven't evaluated if AES instructions would offer any speedup.

Hi,
can you please explain what the numbers means ?

streams=hashers/cores?
H/run = ??

Streams  Runs H/run Cur H/s Cur TiC%  Cur WL%  Argon %    Sha %  Shares Finds Reject
      16    54     1    9.10    85.35    0.000   99.991    0.002       1     0      0
      16    54     1    9.10    85.35    0.000   99.991    0.002       1     0      0


I have two identical systems, same hardware, same O/S and I have different hashrate. Im trying to figure out why...
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February 12, 2018, 12:56:26 PM
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Hi, no it won't show you details.
Because min payout from pool is 10 aro.

you can see that # at aropool dashboard / historic shares / column Pending

A question. In Arionum Pool >> Dashboard >> Historical shares >> I am checking "pending" regularly. Yesterday it showed 5, today 2. Paid column is still 0. As min payout is 10, my cli wallet balance is still 0 too. So what is the deal with the numbers in "pending" column? Any feedback is appreciated.

we had a discussion about this topic few days before on discord. Point is that your earnings are split in more then 500 blocks, so You are not able to see it all, but you will no lose your earning, this small amounts will be send in batch (dev said it will happend once a month, but in that time he was very helpful, he explained what's issue and he forced small amounts to go in that moment)

so if You will join ARO's discord, surely community (or maybe even devs (they are pretty active:)) will help You answer any of your questions

Got it, it seems that the pending sum in Historical shares is the sum at the moment of the query and it accumulates to the previous ones (unfortunately still no full history). But eventually, all of these sum up and you got the "total paid" column populated - mine already hit 10 and it appeared in wallet too.




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February 12, 2018, 08:13:46 PM
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hi dan i get this line

;"Thread HashMasher-3 could not immediately reserve a core, it may experience decayed performance.
Thread HashMasher-4 could not immediately reserve a core, as there are no more cores to assign to. If performance is degraded, attempt with fewer hashers."


when i start the miner my cpu is intel core i5 3320m it's meant to be 4 cores.
is this message an issue or shall i ignore it.

cheers


Safe to ignore. Try using fewer threads (edit config.cfg and find the only number near the end -- reduce it by one) and retest to see how it impacts your H/s -- some people get a little bit more if they use fewer hashers, varies from computer to computer.

Hi,
can you please explain what the numbers means ?

streams=hashers/cores?
H/run = ??

Streams  Runs H/run Cur H/s Cur TiC%  Cur WL%  Argon %    Sha %  Shares Finds Reject
      16    54     1    9.10    85.35    0.000   99.991    0.002       1     0      0
      16    54     1    9.10    85.35    0.000   99.991    0.002       1     0      0


I have two identical systems, same hardware, same O/S and I have different hashrate. Im trying to figure out why...

Streams = # of threads active

Runs = kind of, how many "kernels" are run on each thread during last reporting period

H/run = how many hashes are done in each Kernel.

Cur H/s = The instantaneous hashes per second based on the executed kernels

Cur TiC% = an estimate based on wall clock vs. recorded times in the threads, how much CPU time the threads are getting. It is not super accurate, anything over 80% is usually good

Cur WL% = an estimate of "wait loss" or how long new kernels are sitting around waiting for old kernels to complete. Ignore it; just a kind of statistic for advanced tuning.

Argon % = within the kernels, how much time is spent computing Argon2i hashes, in %. Over time should trend towards > 99.99%

Sha % = within the kernels, how much time is spent computing the 5-rounds SHA-512, in %. Will be very small.

Shares = raw # of nonces found, including rejected

Finds = raw # of blocks found, including rejected (todo: I will exclude rejected)

Reject = raw # of nonces that failed to confirm, due to "bad timing" -- block update during submit -- network problem, or any other rejection (perhaps you OC'd too hard and math errors...)



Hope that helps!
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February 12, 2018, 08:53:37 PM
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Thanks for your time dan we need more people like you cheers
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February 12, 2018, 09:08:10 PM
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Hey everyone, Looking to place an OTC order for around 1 btc. You can message me on Discord for more info. @JonSatoshi
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February 12, 2018, 09:15:35 PM
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Guys, anyone to share how the cli wallet works in terms of transferring aro for example. I know it is linux based, but I feel a little bit insecure about the commands Smiley
Except for -balance

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February 12, 2018, 10:17:38 PM
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Guys, anyone to share how the cli wallet works in terms of transferring aro for example. I know it is linux based, but I feel a little bit insecure about the commands Smiley
Except for -balance
The format is:
send [address] [sum] [message]

I'd also recommend you to try the GUI Wallet if you're on windows.

Maybe you can try with 0.000001 as a test.



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February 13, 2018, 01:00:04 AM
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Is there anything wrong with my current settings? The number for stream seem to be staying at 0.

Edit: Nevermind, the 0 was my rejected. :p
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February 13, 2018, 07:16:45 AM
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So, after the hardfork I transferred my coins from the CLI wallet to the new win10 wallet, but the balance is still sitting at 0. I has been some days already, what may be causing the problem guys ? Don't tell me I am not able to transfer the coins, because that would be a real kick in the butt Grin

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February 13, 2018, 07:48:36 AM
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