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October 10, 2013, 06:26:17 PM
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Blakecoin Wallet is on Github
https://github.com/BlueDragon747/Blakecoin
something wrong with source... not all files was uploaded on githab.com

which file is not uploaded to github?

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October 10, 2013, 07:04:10 PM
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https://github.com/BlueDragon747/Blakecoin
something wrong with source... not all files was uploaded on githab.com

which file is not uploaded to github?



ok try now I manually added them  Undecided

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October 10, 2013, 09:05:15 PM
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!
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October 10, 2013, 09:12:41 PM
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!

5 boxes (24 = 2 CPUs with 12 cores each)
some time ago I had total 198 cores, but now only that 88 left  Grin

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October 10, 2013, 09:19:57 PM
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!

5 boxes (24 = 2 CPUs with 12 cores each)
some time ago I had total 198 cores, but now only that 88 left  Grin

Are you renting those, or are they part of some unused infrastructure you have access to?

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October 10, 2013, 09:34:08 PM
Last edit: October 10, 2013, 10:06:13 PM by maxsolnc
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!

5 boxes (24 = 2 CPUs with 12 cores each)
some time ago I had total 198 cores, but now only that 88 left  Grin

Are you renting those, or are they part of some unused infrastructure you have access to?

Unused infrastructure. Sometimes some machines become 'used' and I lose some of hashpower, but it is still rather good for CPU coins.

edited: difficulty 65K  Shocked

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October 10, 2013, 11:41:13 PM
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!

5 boxes (24 = 2 CPUs with 12 cores each)
some time ago I had total 198 cores, but now only that 88 left  Grin

Are you renting those, or are they part of some unused infrastructure you have access to?

Unused infrastructure. Sometimes some machines become 'used' and I lose some of hashpower, but it is still rather good for CPU coins.

edited: difficulty 65K  Shocked

How many blocks are you getting with the new difficulty?

Oh, and to OP: tried on i5-2500k (no OC) and got around 8300-8700 kH/s Smiley

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October 10, 2013, 11:44:53 PM
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difficulty 65K  Shocked
If difficulty is rising so fast maybe after a year difficulty of BLC will be greater than that difficulty of Bitcoin, hehehehehe.
And maybe 1 BLC = 2 BTC hehehehe
Just a joke, of course  Grin
May I ask, when we will have a working BLC p2pool?
I don't mine BLC because now is very hard for solo mining, I'm waiting a pool.

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October 10, 2013, 11:57:14 PM
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difficulty 65K  Shocked
If difficulty is rising so fast maybe after a year difficulty of BLC will be greater than that difficulty of Bitcoin, hehehehehe.
And maybe 1 BLC = 2 BTC hehehehe
Just a joke, of course  Grin
May I ask, when we will have a working BLC p2pool?
I don't mine BLC because now is very hard for solo mining, I'm waiting a pool.

working on p2pool currently and hope to get something ready soon

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October 11, 2013, 12:12:49 AM
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Something is wrong the program closed by itself for no reason
I restarted the program and again poof closed
No messages or errors given just instant gone
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October 11, 2013, 12:31:04 AM
Last edit: October 11, 2013, 01:30:30 AM by BlueDragon747
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Something is wrong the program closed by itself for no reason
I restarted the program and again poof closed
No messages or errors given just instant gone

have you updated?

Remember to update your wallets before block 3500 as I have fixed some bugs added more checkpoints and tweaked the up step to reduce large jumps upwards  Cool


also you can find the debug.log in same directory as Blakecoin.conf scroll to end and it often gives the errors

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block 3500 and new rule in effect waiting for retargets over next few hours

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October 11, 2013, 02:05:54 AM
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Wow, difficulty is approaching 90,000 :O

How hard do you guys think it would be to make reaper do blake? Interestingly enough, the reaper source code has a file for blake-512, but we need 256.... Sad

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October 11, 2013, 02:37:26 AM
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Wow, difficulty is approaching 90,000 :O

How hard do you guys think it would be to make reaper do blake? Interestingly enough, the reaper source code has a file for blake-512, but we need 256.... Sad

that's just the c code for blake-512 the stuff that runs on the GPU is the .cl files, not had time to work on the GPU miner but I do have blake-256 in opencl soon as I get p2pool working and take a look at the pool code for a few operators I will be working on the GPU miner  Cool

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October 11, 2013, 06:18:17 AM
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one thread per core. 3*24-core machines, 2*8-core machines (all - Xeon servers)

That's some pretty serious hardware you have got there sir. Is that a box with 3xcpus each with 24 cores or are you running 5 boxes with a total of 88 cores?
Impressive setup either way!

5 boxes (24 = 2 CPUs with 12 cores each)
some time ago I had total 198 cores, but now only that 88 left  Grin

Are you renting those, or are they part of some unused infrastructure you have access to?

Unused infrastructure. Sometimes some machines become 'used' and I lose some of hashpower, but it is still rather good for CPU coins.

edited: difficulty 65K  Shocked

How many blocks are you getting with the new difficulty?

Oh, and to OP: tried on i5-2500k (no OC) and got around 8300-8700 kH/s Smiley

Nothing during last 8h. So you understand: 70 MH, no blocks. Either there are huge EC2 instances, or gpu\fpga miner.

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October 11, 2013, 08:38:55 AM
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Nothing during last 8h. So you understand: 70 MH, no blocks. Either there are huge EC2 instances, or gpu\fpga miner.

Not fpga, unless somebody else is working on it. I've only got a single lancelot at 25MH/s (early days yet, will do better) which has mined 3 blocks so far, and nothing overnight (140 diff=256 hashes in 8 hours, but none accepted). The blake algorithm is not overly complicated though, so its quite possible somebody's got a GPU port up and running by now.

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October 11, 2013, 09:57:44 AM
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wich miner you use with FPGA/BE?
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October 11, 2013, 10:15:42 AM
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wich miner you use with FPGA/BE?

Writing my own. Still early days development-wise. It will go up on github as open-source once I get it into a presentable state (its a right dog's breakfast of a hack at the moment). It will just be for lancelot/icarus boards initially as ztex are more difficult to interface to. Won't work on BlockEruptor (it that's what you mean be BE), that's a sha256d asic, completely incapable of blake.

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October 11, 2013, 10:28:27 AM
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Tested on i5-3337U: ~5.1 MH/s. with 8 threads.

@kramble: Hm. Gotta buy an FPGA, then. Cheesy

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October 11, 2013, 10:52:16 AM
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Wow, difficulty is approaching 90,000 :O

How hard do you guys think it would be to make reaper do blake? Interestingly enough, the reaper source code has a file for blake-512, but we need 256.... Sad

that's just the c code for blake-512 the stuff that runs on the GPU is the .cl files, not had time to work on the GPU miner but I do have blake-256 in opencl soon as I get p2pool working and take a look at the pool code for a few operators I will be working on the GPU miner  Cool


Ahh, right, silly me. Can't believe I forgot to look at instructions Tongue

Have you seen https://github.com/wfr/clblake/tree/master/src?

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October 11, 2013, 11:13:43 AM
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shit,
BLC has two block chain ?

current can't sync

in debug.log file show

trying connection 23.20.60.243:8773 lastseen=19.6hrs
RandAddSeed() 200700 bytes
received block 00000000007592e2973b7d2f526265c701881fea41b347ccee88930364e28529
  nActualTimespan = 2009  before bounds
GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
nTargetTimespan = 3600    nActualTimespan = 3130
Before: 1c0217a6  000000000217a600000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After:  1c01d1b7  0000000001d1b7705b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b05b0
ERROR: AcceptBlock() : incorrect proof of work
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : AcceptBlock FAILED

when sync with network,it stop in block of 3559

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