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February 01, 2018, 12:55:41 PM
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How to mine GRLC solo?
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February 01, 2018, 02:38:43 PM
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Hi to all!
I'm trying to run sgminer:

Code:
sgminer --gpu-platform 0 --algorithm scrypt-n --nfactor 11 -o stratum+tcp://eu.stratum.garlicpool.org:3333 -u yankyan.rig1 -p x -I 14

after start I get the problem: many invalid nonce hw error.

Code:
[22:48:07] Algorithm scrypt-n not found, using ckolivas.
[22:49:12] Started at [2018-01-31 22:48:09]
[22:49:12] Pool: stratum+tcp://pool.org:3333
[22:49:12] Runtime: 0 hrs : 1 mins : 2 secs
[22:49:12] Average hashrate: 1.6 Megahash/s
[22:49:12] Solved blocks: 0
[22:49:12] Best share difficulty: 0
[22:49:12] Share submissions: 0
[22:49:12] Accepted shares: 0
[22:49:12] Rejected shares: 0
[22:49:12] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
[22:49:12] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
[22:49:12] Hardware errors: 1459
[22:49:12] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
[22:49:12] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min

[22:49:12] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
[22:49:12] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
[22:49:12] Work items generated locally: 104
[22:49:12] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
[22:49:12] New blocks detected on network: 2

Does anyone have any experience of successful mining on AMD under LInux?
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February 01, 2018, 03:28:44 PM
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Hi to all!
I'm trying to run sgminer:

Code:
sgminer --gpu-platform 0 --algorithm scrypt-n --nfactor 11 -o stratum+tcp://eu.stratum.garlicpool.org:3333 -u yankyan.rig1 -p x -I 14

after start I get the problem: many invalid nonce hw error.

Code:
[22:48:07] Algorithm scrypt-n not found, using ckolivas.
[22:49:12] Started at [2018-01-31 22:48:09]
[22:49:12] Pool: stratum+tcp://pool.org:3333
[22:49:12] Runtime: 0 hrs : 1 mins : 2 secs
[22:49:12] Average hashrate: 1.6 Megahash/s
[22:49:12] Solved blocks: 0
[22:49:12] Best share difficulty: 0
[22:49:12] Share submissions: 0
[22:49:12] Accepted shares: 0
[22:49:12] Rejected shares: 0
[22:49:12] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
[22:49:12] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
[22:49:12] Hardware errors: 1459
[22:49:12] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
[22:49:12] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min

[22:49:12] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
[22:49:12] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
[22:49:12] Work items generated locally: 104
[22:49:12] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
[22:49:12] New blocks detected on network: 2

Does anyone have any experience of successful mining on AMD under LInux?
wrong version of sgminer. as you can see, it's using other kernel instead of scrypt-n. Find a compatible one.
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February 01, 2018, 04:05:49 PM
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wrong version of sgminer. as you can see, it's using other kernel instead of scrypt-n. Find a compatible one.
I'm use this sgminer : https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer

here is what they write
Code:
#### ckolivas
46
47 The original Colin Percival `scrypt` kernel, maintained for a long time by
48 Con Kolivas in `cgminer` and renamed to reflect the fact.

which version do you recommend?
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February 01, 2018, 04:21:31 PM
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Is solo mining with 1 gtx1070 worth it?
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February 01, 2018, 04:31:48 PM
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This is one of the most profitable coins to mine, I'm making almost $3 a day mining on my laptop with about 100kH/s right now (NVIDIA Quadro 1200M GPU), I think pool mining with any GPU is probably worth it
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February 01, 2018, 04:42:04 PM
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wrong version of sgminer. as you can see, it's using other kernel instead of scrypt-n. Find a compatible one.
I'm use this sgminer : https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer

here is what they write
Code:
#### ckolivas
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47 The original Colin Percival `scrypt` kernel, maintained for a long time by
48 Con Kolivas in `cgminer` and renamed to reflect the fact.

which version do you recommend?
I use 5.5.5 on windows.
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February 01, 2018, 04:49:44 PM
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How to mine GRLC solo?

good tutorial on reddit about solo mining garlic
https://www.reddit.com/r/garlicoin/comments/7u4kaz/nvidia_solo_mining_tutorial/
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February 01, 2018, 09:28:58 PM
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is mining solo any better than pool mining, or is it just larger variance in payout?
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February 01, 2018, 09:34:30 PM
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I have a lot better hashrate on solo than on pool.
Is the reported hashrate by the miner can be not as good on real than the hash reported by the miner ?
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February 01, 2018, 10:03:25 PM
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I have been mining Garlic coin from last few days and I am quite happy with the current market price and number of coins got mined in few days. I like the concept of Garlicoin and hopefully price will stable there above $1 for a week. Once crypto market correction completes, hopefully we will see the GRLC above $5.

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With only 6.5 mh/s hashrate in solo mining, is it a waste of time given this low hashrate ? I'm trying for the first time solo mining, but I begin to think I will never find any blocks..
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February 02, 2018, 12:24:23 AM
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I didn't understand a thing.

With only 6.5 mh/s hashrate in solo mining, I calculate approximatively 65 hours to find a block. ( the network hashrate is 6.5 gh/s so I have 1000 times less )
But this profit calculator gives 12 hours : https://grlc.herokuapp.com/

What is the right mat to calculate the block find time reward given the hashrate in solo ?
Is it a waste of time given this low hashrate ? I'm trying for the first time solo mining, but I begin to think I will never find any blocks..
6.5 MH/s is 6500 KH/s so ~12 hours isn't unreasonable when you're 1/1000 of the network. ~12 hours is just the average by which you'd mine a block in Garlicoin if you were 1/1000 of the entire hashing power. The coin has a block time of 40 seconds and the calculation is based on that. 1000 blocks in Garlicoin need 11.11(...) hours to be mined based on the target of 40 seconds. (40*1000)/(60*60)=1.11(...) which is ([block time target]/[1000 blocks])/[(seconds in a munute)*(minutes in an hour)].

Does it make more sense how?

Also, 6.5 MH/s is a lot of computing power. But garlicoin's mining network isn't all that huge.

Edit: other than that though, solo mining is mostly lucky. The calculation is mostly based on averages and expected values. It takes the difficulty at the time and calculates based on that and the target as a constant. Better mine on a pool if you want a steady and reliable stream of coins for your hashrate.

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February 02, 2018, 12:27:00 AM
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Wow! Such a funny project LOL. I should start my own project for Nutella worshippers  Cool
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February 02, 2018, 12:28:42 AM
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I didn't understand a thing.

With only 6.5 mh/s hashrate in solo mining, I calculate approximatively 65 hours to find a block. ( the network hashrate is 6.5 gh/s so I have 1000 times less )
But this profit calculator gives 12 hours : https://grlc.herokuapp.com/

What is the right mat to calculate the block find time reward given the hashrate in solo ?
Is it a waste of time given this low hashrate ? I'm trying for the first time solo mining, but I begin to think I will never find any blocks..
6.5 MH/s is 6500 KH/s so ~12 hours isn't unreasonable when you're 1/1000 of the network. ~12 hours is just the average by which you'd mine a block in Garlicoin if you were 1/1000 of the entire hashing power. The coin has a block time of 40 seconds and the calculation is based on that. 1000 blocks in Garlicoin need 11.11(...) hours to be mined based on the target of 40 seconds. (40*1000)/(60*60)=1.11(...) which is ([block time target]/[1000 blocks])/[(seconds in a munute)*(minutes in an hour)].

Does it make more sense how?

Also, 6.5 MH/s is a lot of computing power. But garlicoin's mining network isn't all that huge.

You'r my man Smiley
Very clear now !

So, you think I can try solo given my 6.5 MH/s, and having hope of finding a block during next days ? And consider stopping pool mining given the low garlic network hashrate compared to other 'big' coins ?
Cause yeah, I would not want to loose a lot of days without findind anything, and mining for nothing.. :/
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February 02, 2018, 12:43:11 AM
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I didn't understand a thing.

With only 6.5 mh/s hashrate in solo mining, I calculate approximatively 65 hours to find a block. ( the network hashrate is 6.5 gh/s so I have 1000 times less )
But this profit calculator gives 12 hours : https://grlc.herokuapp.com/

What is the right mat to calculate the block find time reward given the hashrate in solo ?
Is it a waste of time given this low hashrate ? I'm trying for the first time solo mining, but I begin to think I will never find any blocks..
6.5 MH/s is 6500 KH/s so ~12 hours isn't unreasonable when you're 1/1000 of the network. ~12 hours is just the average by which you'd mine a block in Garlicoin if you were 1/1000 of the entire hashing power. The coin has a block time of 40 seconds and the calculation is based on that. 1000 blocks in Garlicoin need 11.11(...) hours to be mined based on the target of 40 seconds. (40*1000)/(60*60)=1.11(...) which is ([block time target]/[1000 blocks])/[(seconds in a munute)*(minutes in an hour)].

Does it make more sense how?

Also, 6.5 MH/s is a lot of computing power. But garlicoin's mining network isn't all that huge.

You'r my man Smiley
Very clear now !

So, you think I can try solo given my 6.5 MH/s, and having hope of finding a block during next days ? And consider stopping pool mining given the low garlic network hashrate compared to other 'big' coins ?
Cause yeah, I would not want to loose a lot of days without findind anything, and mining for nothing.. :/
See my edit in the above post. You can try it if you feel lucky but there's no guarantee averages will work out for you. You could go 150% the average calculated time or much, much more (even if the difficulty stayed the same) without hitting ANY blocks. Even pools are affected by luck in mining but it's averaging out through time to a very small percentage due to them owning a big proportion of the hash rate.

Independent miners usually choose pool mining to stay closer to the average and not depend on luck. 1/1000 of the network's hashrate is solo-mining worthy, meaning that it makes more sense to solo mine in such a network other than in bigger ones. But with GRLC being so new I think that it's even more of a gamble to solo mine because the coin's uncertain future. In my opinion, you'd better use a pool if what you want to do is get some coins, there are certain ones with low or even no fees. See: http://pools.garlicoin.fun/

Oh, and consider that renting is another option:
Lots of people keep getting GRLC rigs to hash for them these days. I can guide you through signing up to the mining rig rentals platform if you need help.

You're welcome (and Tips appreciated. Smiley )
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February 02, 2018, 03:07:46 AM
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lmao people believe airdrop is going to happen.. they are keeping 200k GRLC and dump them when the price is right.
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February 02, 2018, 07:04:50 AM
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who ever uses sgminer under linux? Can you show your config?
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February 02, 2018, 07:51:51 AM
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I didn't understand a thing.

With only 6.5 mh/s hashrate in solo mining, I calculate approximatively 65 hours to find a block. ( the network hashrate is 6.5 gh/s so I have 1000 times less )
But this profit calculator gives 12 hours : https://grlc.herokuapp.com/

What is the right mat to calculate the block find time reward given the hashrate in solo ?
Is it a waste of time given this low hashrate ? I'm trying for the first time solo mining, but I begin to think I will never find any blocks..
6.5 MH/s is 6500 KH/s so ~12 hours isn't unreasonable when you're 1/1000 of the network. ~12 hours is just the average by which you'd mine a block in Garlicoin if you were 1/1000 of the entire hashing power. The coin has a block time of 40 seconds and the calculation is based on that. 1000 blocks in Garlicoin need 11.11(...) hours to be mined based on the target of 40 seconds. (40*1000)/(60*60)=1.11(...) which is ([block time target]/[1000 blocks])/[(seconds in a munute)*(minutes in an hour)].

Does it make more sense how?

Also, 6.5 MH/s is a lot of computing power. But garlicoin's mining network isn't all that huge.

You'r my man Smiley
Very clear now !

So, you think I can try solo given my 6.5 MH/s, and having hope of finding a block during next days ? And consider stopping pool mining given the low garlic network hashrate compared to other 'big' coins ?
Cause yeah, I would not want to loose a lot of days without findind anything, and mining for nothing.. :/
See my edit in the above post. You can try it if you feel lucky but there's no guarantee averages will work out for you. You could go 150% the average calculated time or much, much more (even if the difficulty stayed the same) without hitting ANY blocks. Even pools are affected by luck in mining but it's averaging out through time to a very small percentage due to them owning a big proportion of the hash rate.

Independent miners usually choose pool mining to stay closer to the average and not depend on luck. 1/1000 of the network's hashrate is solo-mining worthy, meaning that it makes more sense to solo mine in such a network other than in bigger ones. But with GRLC being so new I think that it's even more of a gamble to solo mine because the coin's uncertain future. In my opinion, you'd better use a pool if what you want to do is get some coins, there are certain ones with low or even no fees. See: http://pools.garlicoin.fun/

Oh, and consider that renting is another option:
Lots of people keep getting GRLC rigs to hash for them these days. I can guide you through signing up to the mining rig rentals platform if you need help.

You're welcome (and Tips appreciated. Smiley )
Ge8JxXd8RmXtKRoEZKvmHxVuv53VSrQofE

I understand clearly it's more safe and profitable to mine in a pool, but I wanted to test solo since myu hashrate in pool is half of my hashrate in solo.
I do 3300 mh/s with my 5 TI's on pool, and 6500 mh/s in solo

But yeah, I have the feeling i will not find anything in solo, even at this hashrate

For now, 9 hours without hitting anything ..
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February 02, 2018, 09:14:17 AM
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Hi!
What wallet should I use for this coin?
In the discord they suggested the paper one. But the web site says that the paper wallets are down.
Al the how-to's at the web site seems to be adapted for other versions than that is recomended at the same site (Garlium).
Where is the truth?
Thanks!
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