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April 07, 2014, 10:28:15 AM
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What's the port number on pool.gridcoin.us? I'm registered on that pool but I just can't find the info.

As I have seen mentioned somewhere you can mine this from GUI miner (or Cgminer) like most other altcoins?
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April 07, 2014, 10:28:33 AM
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a pity that gridcoin was never taken serious even tho its a nice coin obviously
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April 07, 2014, 12:56:34 PM
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a pity that gridcoin was never taken serious even tho its a nice coin obviously

i think is just a matter of time...

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April 07, 2014, 02:34:23 PM
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Note: Pool Mining is temporarily down due to a technical problem. Other services are up.

 
Once CPU mining is released live in the next few days, pool mining will be fixed.    



What's the port number on pool.gridcoin.us? I'm registered on that pool but I just can't find the info.

As I have seen mentioned somewhere you can mine this from GUI miner (or Cgminer) like most other altcoins?

What's the port number on pool.gridcoin.us? I'm registered on that pool but I just can't find the info.

As I have seen mentioned somewhere you can mine this from GUI miner (or Cgminer) like most other altcoins?
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April 07, 2014, 03:11:44 PM
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Hey guys, are there any working addnodes?  Been trying to setup a Block Explorer for Gridcoin for a little while now and can't get any connections at all.  Tried the following addnodes with no luck...

addnode=www.pgp.mx
addnode=gridcoinweu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinweu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea02.cloudapp.net
addnode=98.114.181.178
addnode=76.187.184.27
addnode=66.187.94.194
addnode=76.74.177.224
addnode=84.125.196.167
addnode=71.233.139.62

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April 07, 2014, 05:03:12 PM
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Hey guys, are there any working addnodes?  Been trying to setup a Block Explorer for Gridcoin for a little while now and can't get any connections at all.  Tried the following addnodes with no luck...

addnode=www.pgp.mx
addnode=gridcoinweu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinweu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea02.cloudapp.net
addnode=98.114.181.178
addnode=76.187.184.27
addnode=66.187.94.194
addnode=76.74.177.224
addnode=84.125.196.167
addnode=71.233.139.62


I just did a successful sync only using www.pgp.mx

Make sure you are on the right version or you'll wait forever Tongue

I'm thinking about mining this now that I owe 9600GRC to someone that I can't get back to my wallet Sad  , looks like a pita to setup though.

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April 07, 2014, 07:07:37 PM
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Hey guys, are there any working addnodes?  Been trying to setup a Block Explorer for Gridcoin for a little while now and can't get any connections at all.  Tried the following addnodes with no luck...

addnode=www.pgp.mx
addnode=gridcoinweu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinweu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinneu02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoineus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinwus02.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea01.cloudapp.net
addnode=gridcoinea02.cloudapp.net
addnode=98.114.181.178
addnode=76.187.184.27
addnode=66.187.94.194
addnode=76.74.177.224
addnode=84.125.196.167
addnode=71.233.139.62


I just did a successful sync only using www.pgp.mx

Make sure you are on the right version or you'll wait forever Tongue

I'm thinking about mining this now that I owe 9600GRC to someone that I can't get back to my wallet Sad  , looks like a pita to setup though.

You should be able to mine that in about a week.
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April 07, 2014, 09:23:12 PM
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Trying, i have 3 gpus on it right now.  The CPU util is dropping their hash power though so not sure what the sweet spot is.

They usually hash at 740 each, they're doing around 550-600, it says BOINC util 50, is that normal?   I can get out my other rigs on this as well, was just testing, lots of setup and since I can't point my other rigs at the wallet (at least thats what I understand) it means installing boinc on another 4 machines.

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April 07, 2014, 10:42:24 PM
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Is CPU mining still off or working again?

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April 07, 2014, 10:55:06 PM
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Still on testnet I believe.

Is CPU mining still off or working again?
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April 08, 2014, 01:04:30 AM
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So is what I posted above correct?  Boinc Util around 50, miners going, around 1.5Mh, pulled in 1 block of 75 coins in about 8 hours of mining?

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April 08, 2014, 01:05:26 AM
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Sounds about right.

So is what I posted above correct?  Boinc Util around 50, miners going, around 1.5Mh, pulled in 1 block of 75 coins in about 8 hours of mining?
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April 08, 2014, 03:30:01 AM
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Have 3 of these suckers running just fine, another one is saying boinc utlization 0 but cpu is 100%

Any tips?

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April 08, 2014, 08:24:07 AM
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Have 3 of these suckers running just fine, another one is saying boinc utlization 0 but cpu is 100%

Any tips?

Hi Chiznitz,

try to run cmd as admininistrator, type "lodctr /r" without quotes and hit enter, then restart your Gridcoin client.

This helped me when I had the same issue.
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April 08, 2014, 11:57:43 AM
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need to make installation easier.. really turns people off from this coin
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April 08, 2014, 04:26:12 PM
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I have another miner going at 1Mh for 8 hours and have yet to find a block, seems odd since my other machine has been finding blocks.



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April 08, 2014, 04:28:34 PM
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I have seen that happen, sometimes one of my rigs will find several while the others don't find much. There is luck involved in mining. Also look @ how many stales you have.

I have another miner going at 1Mh for 8 hours and have yet to find a block, seems odd since my other machine has been finding blocks.




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April 08, 2014, 04:34:54 PM
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I have another miner going at 1Mh for 8 hours and have yet to find a block, seems odd since my other machine has been finding blocks.




Thoughts?

Luck is a big factor and 8 hours is definitely normal for 1mh.
Also I've seen the diff today as high as 12 so that's one of the reasons.

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April 08, 2014, 04:59:43 PM
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The command posted above worked to get my other rig working/mining but I think I may just switch those other two back to potcoin and sell that to buy some GRC Smiley  The mining process is pretty resource intensive and the biggest issue is running the GPUs and the CPU at 100%, cpu at 100% lowers the gpu speed but also draws a TON of power, I have a 1300watt platinum psu in some of these rigs and w/ 3-4 gpus + cpu its just to much.

Seems like its faster to mine something else and just buy the coins from you guys Smiley

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April 08, 2014, 09:35:41 PM
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The command posted above worked to get my other rig working/mining but I think I may just switch those other two back to potcoin and sell that to buy some GRC Smiley  The mining process is pretty resource intensive and the biggest issue is running the GPUs and the CPU at 100%, cpu at 100% lowers the gpu speed but also draws a TON of power, I have a 1300watt platinum psu in some of these rigs and w/ 3-4 gpus + cpu its just to much.

Seems like its faster to mine something else and just buy the coins from you guys Smiley

Heh, i know the feeling.. i'm up to 4Kwats :S
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