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November 08, 2013, 01:35:17 PM
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Any word on an optimized miner?

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November 08, 2013, 01:50:50 PM
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I had over 300 PTS evaporate on my computer.   I had a power outage and I guess my wallet got corrupted.   I tried -salvage wallet.  Any suggestions?

I just got an unconfirmed mine reward, was stuck on sync, decided to restart the wallet, resync, 0.00 in the wallet Sad   grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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November 08, 2013, 02:01:39 PM
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Thanks conrad, great answer. I'm using putty with a windows batch file and it gets the job done...and actually until those pregenerated keys are used up I guess I only have to monitor one instance.
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November 08, 2013, 02:05:30 PM
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Yeah my powerful dedicated servers out on the net are still doing poorly compared to some of the crappy old core two duos here at home. Its a crapshoot/lottery.

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Do you think this is just due to the diff , stales and the luck this early in Markm ?

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November 08, 2013, 02:05:34 PM
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Thanks conrad, great answer. I'm using putty with a windows batch file and it gets the job done...and actually until those pregenerated keys are used up I guess I only have to monitor one instance.

Be careful, but you can use the -keypool=<n> command to add more pregenerated keys to one wallet and then redistribute that wallet to your miners. Make sure you back up everything and what not, but it should buy you more time before the divergence if you set n high enough. One thing to keep in mind is that I'm pretty sure that once you mine a block (stale or not) the key that you used won't be used again for mining.

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November 08, 2013, 02:16:57 PM
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Guys, is there a command in the windows wallet to make it use two processors rather then two wallets?

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November 08, 2013, 02:19:22 PM
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Yeah my powerful dedicated servers out on the net are still doing poorly compared to some of the crappy old core two duos here at home. Its a crapshoot/lottery.

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Do you think this is just due to the diff , stales and the luck this early in Markm ?

I don't know, some posts have indicated that hyperthreads or hardware threads or whatever it is that makes four real cores get seen as an talked about as eight cores or threads might by a problem. But, my actual hashes per minute is shown as more than twice as many on those boxes as on any boxes here at home. The posts about the type of core or thread didn't mention whether the problems they are about would leave hashes per minute high while not really finding blocks or would make the hashes per mintue low so that I'd see the machines are not really performing well.

I am though starting to consider putting those boxes back onto primecoin and doing protoshares only at home because still the home machines seem to do better than the seemingly (according to hashes per minute readout) better remote servers. The stuff people said about latency/connections also should make the remote servers better than my home boxes as the home boxes have no incoming ports so only get to go up to 8 connections whereas the remote ones have like 120 connections or so. Plus my home line is no-where near the bandwidth the remote servers have.

So I don't know, maybe the big servers are just not good at this coin despite supposedly higher hashes per minute, whereas for primecoin all the boxes here at home went a week or two without finding any blocks while the remote servers keep on finding them (not fast, and likely not enough to pay for the servers, but the servers are paid for a year up front anyway so might as well let them pay a little of their cost.)

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November 08, 2013, 02:37:07 PM
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So I don't know, maybe the big servers are just not good at this coin
Perhaps run some memory benchmarks on the two.
I wonder if ECC (assuming those servers have it) could add some latency?

You could be right.  My i5 seems to get gaining blocks better then my Xeon with ECC

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November 08, 2013, 02:39:29 PM
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So I don't know, maybe the big servers are just not good at this coin
Perhaps run some memory benchmarks on the two.
I wonder if ECC (assuming those servers have it) could add some latency?

You could be right.  My i5 seems to get gaining blocks better then my Xeon with ECC
I'm having the opposite, by Xeon's with ECC are the only ones getting blocks (3). Thus far, nothing valid on my i5 or i7. But please let us know if your benchmarking turns up anything interesting.

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November 08, 2013, 02:47:19 PM
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Regarding your question about randomization: do the logfiles show identical hashes on all machines? If not, I'd guess there's sufficient randomization.


I can't find the log/debug files on the linux version...is it active by default?
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November 08, 2013, 02:59:34 PM
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I had over 300 PTS evaporate on my computer.   I had a power outage and I guess my wallet got corrupted.   I tried -salvage wallet.  Any suggestions?

I just got an unconfirmed mine reward, was stuck on sync, decided to restart the wallet, resync, 0.00 in the wallet Sad   grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Happened to me thrice. The wallet goes out of sync on its own and any mined block after that is useless.

I posted in the giveaway thread and got nothing either.
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November 08, 2013, 03:01:40 PM
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Regarding your question about randomization: do the logfiles show identical hashes on all machines? If not, I'd guess there's sufficient randomization.


I can't find the log/debug files on the linux version...is it active by default?
in with the data folder should be debug.log, by default this is ~/.protoshares/debug.log
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November 08, 2013, 03:06:34 PM
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Guys, have a question:
When I would run the client on  ubuntu, can I then use 8 cores at once? OR do I have to do the same 2x with setgenerate true 4 ?
If it were so, were would I find the ubuntu version and waht do I have to do to get it runing?
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November 08, 2013, 03:13:35 PM
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did anyone try the pool yet?

im getting 40% rejects, any idea why that could be?

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November 08, 2013, 03:16:55 PM
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did anyone try the pool yet?

im getting 40% rejects, any idea why that could be?

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I've roughly the same amount of rejects, is the source for the miner available anywhere?
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November 08, 2013, 03:25:39 PM
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did anyone try the pool yet?

im getting 40% rejects, any idea why that could be?

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I've roughly the same amount of rejects, is the source for the miner available anywhere?

A pool, were?!! Do you have a link?
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November 08, 2013, 03:27:32 PM
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did anyone try the pool yet?

im getting 40% rejects, any idea why that could be?

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I've roughly the same amount of rejects, is the source for the miner available anywhere?

A pool, were?!! Do you have a link?


http://54.238.185.113/

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November 08, 2013, 03:33:00 PM
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did anyone try the pool yet?

im getting 40% rejects, any idea why that could be?

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I've roughly the same amount of rejects, is the source for the miner available anywhere?

A pool, were?!! Do you have a link?


http://54.238.185.113/

Cool, thank you!!!

Now were do I have to put this command "ptsminer -pooluser=PdDcdWJdXzzKBNzTiVG2DPZuno5o4eMcRG -poolpassword=0 -poolip=54.238.185.113 -poolport=2336 -genproclimit=4" ? I tryed the command line and that was obviosly not the right place...do I have to add it in my . bat file ?
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November 08, 2013, 03:33:59 PM
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judging by the posts so far im having some serious luck with mining so far apparently ^_^ got a total of 413PTS so far.
mining on i5 with 12H/m mining using setgenerate -1 seems to give me a bonus 2 H/m
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November 08, 2013, 03:34:27 PM
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Does anyone have a guide on how to make the pool work please?  Noobie miner here

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