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Author Topic: BitShares PTS (formerly ProtoShares) Mandatory Upgrade & Snapshot Announcement  (Read 216564 times)
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November 09, 2013, 01:19:37 AM
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I'm working on fixing the make file for OS X...I've got fair amount of brew installing to do first though...It's been too long since I've compiled stuff...

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November 09, 2013, 01:29:22 AM
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seems to be compiling ok now...if you get stuck compiling db.cpp, change the makefile.osx to say:

 DEPSDIR=/usr/local

(instead of /opt/local)

make sure you have deps installed:

brew install berkeley-db boost miniupnpc openssl

(make sure you install berkely-db 4.8...this might be useful:
cd /usr/local
git checkout e6a374d Library/Formula/berkeley-db.rb (get right version)

brew unlink berkeley-db (unlink wrong version)

brew install berkeley-db (this should install the right version...but it didn't work for me...I'm trying brew install berkeley-db
4 right now)

(grrr....where the heck does brew put db4?)



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November 09, 2013, 09:49:05 AM
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So I tried this out for a few days, and this client ate up so much bandwidth that my 100 gb plan for my hotspot maxed out 5 days early, which has never happened before.

Any idea why the client would be pulling down 500kbs of data ir more?

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November 09, 2013, 09:57:08 AM
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Another new pool with 64bit miner.

Low rejects and the quickest miner by a long way, now getting just under 24hpm on my overclocked I5 2500k

http://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=236.0





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November 09, 2013, 10:16:40 AM
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More peers(nodes) please!!!!
can't sync Huh
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November 09, 2013, 10:22:33 AM
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Another new pool with 64bit miner.

Low rejects and the quickest miner by a long way, now getting just under 24hpm on my overclocked I5 2500k

http://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=236.0


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More peers(nodes) please!!!!
can't sync Huh

Some noods:

addnode 168.63.12.227 add
addnode 54.202.99.225:3888 add
addnode 162.243.67.120:3888 add
addnode 162.243.54.126:3888 add
addnode 165.225.150.143:3888 add
addnode 192.241.194.67:3888 add
addnode 119.1.109.79:3888 add
addnode 106.186.30.223:3888 add
addnode 76.102.71.50:3888 add
addnode 184.73.53.42:3888 add
addnode 118.244.207.5:3888 add

Hope they will help
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November 09, 2013, 10:29:52 AM
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just tried the new  one am getting mscvp110.dll error
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November 09, 2013, 10:32:46 AM
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just tried the new  one am getting mscvp110.dll error

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November 09, 2013, 10:34:51 AM
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just tried the new  one am getting mscvp110.dll error
This happens with quite a lot of apps nothing new.
Just get the dll.


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November 09, 2013, 10:51:41 AM
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I was mining on 30 linux shells @ 7-8 hpm average. I had a successful instance which mined a block and I then cloned that instance to 29 others, and eventually reset the wallets on each so there were unique addresses and no chance of redundant mining.

I noticed the bitcoind servers were going down on some of the servers... they were just turned off.  Happened about 10 times over past 24 hours. Having not mined anything, I finally looked at the logs, and this is what I saw at the tail end (3 different logs). Am I correct to assume it is crashing just as it finds a block and I have lost 10 blocks!?!



Running ProtoSharesMiner with 1 transactions in block (196 bytes)
testHash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
hash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
hash2 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26


CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
Running ProtoSharesMiner with 1 transactions in block (196 bytes)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 28a5342be454ec319df404e539c77a5e7a278a170ede91e6de8615d4c1cc4186 (poolsz 1)
testHash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
hash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
hash2 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4


CreateNewBlock(): total size 1192
Running ProtoSharesMiner with 2 transactions in block (388 bytes)
testHash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
hash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
hash2 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e


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November 09, 2013, 11:43:07 AM
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I was mining on 30 linux shells @ 7-8 hpm average. I had a successful instance which mined a block and I then cloned that instance to 29 others, and eventually reset the wallets on each so there were unique addresses and no chance of redundant mining.

I noticed the bitcoind servers were going down on some of the servers... they were just turned off.  Happened about 10 times over past 24 hours. Having not mined anything, I finally looked at the logs, and this is what I saw at the tail end (3 different logs). Am I correct to assume it is crashing just as it finds a block and I have lost 10 blocks!?!



Running ProtoSharesMiner with 1 transactions in block (196 bytes)
testHash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
hash 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26
hash2 0000966b2881a6a761bb86a2d33fbfb64bd8aee8e039e25faa61d88f8e880f26


CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
Running ProtoSharesMiner with 1 transactions in block (196 bytes)
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 28a5342be454ec319df404e539c77a5e7a278a170ede91e6de8615d4c1cc4186 (poolsz 1)
testHash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
hash 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4
hash2 000047d1eae1ee44cff9fcd39d864d513ead35cf51ee10805de6292396a2d8c4


CreateNewBlock(): total size 1192
Running ProtoSharesMiner with 2 transactions in block (388 bytes)
testHash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
Hash Target 0000fff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Found Hash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
hash 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e
hash2 0000f7eedfdeb810bf45d7a1b1d29ee1d80b2a9291053c520215e1964fa2b88e




Well I had the same thing, but realy cant tell if those would have been found blocks without crash or not... Huh
But I sugest you use a pool, way better the solo mining I think. ( http://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=236.0 )
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November 09, 2013, 11:51:00 AM
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Well I had the same thing, but realy cant tell if those would have been found blocks without crash or not... Huh
But I sugest you use a pool, way better the solo mining I think. ( http://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=236.0 )

Yeah working better and higher hashes...but who knows when and how much I'll get paid...

As for the miner crashing when finding a block, maybe it's because I reset (deleted) the wallet.dat? It generated a new one ofcourse and I restarted everything but who knows, lots of bugs so far with the initial release.
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November 09, 2013, 11:54:01 AM
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just tried the new  one am getting mscvp110.dll error
You need to download and install the "Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 3" for x64 from here.

Anyone knows whether the threads used by this miner can be limited? I usually run my CPU miner so that it leaves a core unused so it doesn't have a negative effect on the GPU miner running on the same machine. When I run this alpha client my GPU miner goes down to less than half mining rate Sad

MiLaunch - a miner launcher for Windows you can organize your various miners and pools with
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i'm now getting "The application was unable to start correctly (0x000007b). Click OK to close the application." anyone else?
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November 09, 2013, 12:04:16 PM
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i'm now getting "The application was unable to start correctly (0x000007b). Click OK to close the application." anyone else?

Barwizi you using win ...?

Why ?

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November 09, 2013, 12:09:57 PM
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Just to update because I said I would , it turns out we had/have at least a new Cisco 32 core (HT) blade and 4x 8core lesser servers

Set setgenerate to 1

Now it seems with the second pool that network has risen significantly, which is good I imagine lots of single PC on these pools , so this is interesting .

Definitely the mpow algorithm at this time does not have the support of a diverse amount of pools , but hopefully that could change .

Also remains to be seen if there is a GPU implementation. 

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i'm now getting "The application was unable to start correctly (0x000007b). Click OK to close the application." anyone else?

Barwizi you using win ...?

Why ?

hahaha, i'm in africa using a EVDO dongle for internet, somehow it wont work with my linux box
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Can anyone give a quick idiots guide for this new pool? When i run the Pool_miner, i get a benchmark.
I don't know how I give my address in and or if I am mining!  The usage at the top still has the default HOST PTS address part, how do I put my address here?


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Can anyone give a quick idiots guide for this new pool? When i run the Pool_miner, i get a benchmark.
I don't know how I give my address in and or if I am mining!  The usage at the top still has the default HOST PTS address part, how do I put my address here?


my miner software is in c:\minerbin
change the end address to your wallet address.

enter the command into cmd prompt or create a new shortcut -

C:\minerbin\POOL_MINER.EXE the-iland.net PjWfScic3CWuRAyjVbb8A7LJ4Q5P5PhfK8





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November 09, 2013, 12:29:37 PM
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i'm now getting "The application was unable to start correctly (0x000007b). Click OK to close the application." anyone else?

Barwizi you using win ...?

Why ?

hahaha, i'm in africa using a EVDO dongle for internet, somehow it wont work with my linux box

Ha ha ok .

Driver nightmare , its made by Qualcomm?  Been there before !

One of thd pools is at or past 10k workers ha ha ,  this is a sign of a healthy network.

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