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November 22, 2013, 12:46:15 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

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November 22, 2013, 12:47:15 PM
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any news on the new wallet with the tools built in? 

Still no. I tried to build QT for windows and to make some changes, but failed  while building - some dependency problems, will try to resolve it Grin
But keep in mind that users generally don't need most of that tools in their wallets! It's not 'messaging' system, and for end users of wallet this storage will be 'invisible'. We (all of us, not only OP) can create applications for using this storage - it is pretty simple with his scripts (and even without them). Or we can take existing applications and add redefine several methods of data saving (saveToFile = sendData, etc  Cheesy )

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November 22, 2013, 12:49:01 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

You should build it with instructions like
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259022.0
you only need to replace primecoin links with datacoin, all other actions - the same (build gmp, build datacoind). If all machines have the same system and architecture, you can compile daemon only on one of them, and just copy datacoind and config folder to all of them.

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November 22, 2013, 12:57:39 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

You should build it with instructions like
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259022.0
you only need to replace primecoin links with datacoin, all other actions - the same (build gmp, build datacoind). If all machines have the same system and architecture, you can compile daemon only on one of them, and just copy datacoind and config folder to all of them.

sssshhh 100 machines ...yikes i am getting zero coins as it is. Don't do it, bad idea go to prime or quark Smiley

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November 22, 2013, 12:59:20 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

You should build it with instructions like
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259022.0
you only need to replace primecoin links with datacoin, all other actions - the same (build gmp, build datacoind). If all machines have the same system and architecture, you can compile daemon only on one of them, and just copy datacoind and config folder to all of them.

sssshhh 100 machines ...yikes i am getting zero coins as it is. Don't do it, bad idea go to prime or quark Smiley

Maybe there are 100 machines with 2 cores on each? Smiley I was mining with 10-20-25 32-CPU amazon instances for some time, and I cannot say that it gave me very great amount of coins (like 20-30-50%  Grin ), also I sold some of them to pay bills

edited: there are keywords for this guide in OP post, so I didn't reveal something

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November 22, 2013, 01:23:28 PM
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Graph of blocks generation rate (now near 2 per minute)


That's a great graph! How/where were you able to generate it?

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November 22, 2013, 01:28:29 PM
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Graph of blocks generation rate (now near 2 per minute)

That's a great graph! How/where were you able to generate it?

Just a 5-minutes PERL script and excel Smiley Most time takes getting info via RPC, near 30 minutes for getting all info (perl just sends messages to console and parses results). Now I'm creating such graph for difficulty, it'll be ready in ~10 minutes - you'll see amazing growth during last blocks

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November 22, 2013, 01:45:13 PM
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China has been in the promotion, but also please producers more perfect program, thank you!

Extended address:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=342867.0

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How much is the total?


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November 22, 2013, 01:50:36 PM
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So three charts together. (3rd chart has less little blocks than 2nd - just noticed it, can add blocks later)

Dependency of blocks generation speed on time


Dependency of difficulty on blocks number


Dependency of difficulty on time

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November 22, 2013, 01:55:15 PM
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China has been in the promotion, but also please producers more perfect program, thank you!

Extended address:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=342867.0

Like a coin!

How much is the total?


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It is because of high speed at the beginning (as usual for all coins), see my charts above. It should be produced near 20K coins per day in very near future, possible in 2-3 days.

'Perfect program' - if you mean wallet, developer promised to work at that. Hopefully we have him in this thread soon. Anyway we can create some add-ons for original wallet to get additional features.

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November 22, 2013, 02:02:45 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

You should build it with instructions like
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259022.0
you only need to replace primecoin links with datacoin, all other actions - the same (build gmp, build datacoind). If all machines have the same system and architecture, you can compile daemon only on one of them, and just copy datacoind and config folder to all of them.

sssshhh 100 machines ...yikes i am getting zero coins as it is. Don't do it, bad idea go to prime or quark Smiley

Maybe there are 100 machines with 2 cores on each? Smiley I was mining with 10-20-25 32-CPU amazon instances for some time, and I cannot say that it gave me very great amount of coins (like 20-30-50%  Grin ), also I sold some of them to pay bills

edited: there are keywords for this guide in OP post, so I didn't reveal something

Grrr... they all have ubuntu 10... can't install dependencies.
No problem... gonna use to mine other way...  right now i'm mining only with 2 computers

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November 22, 2013, 02:07:21 PM
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I have about 100 machines ready to mine datacoin but what miner to use??

(its all ubuntu 12.04)

You should build it with instructions like
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259022.0
you only need to replace primecoin links with datacoin, all other actions - the same (build gmp, build datacoind). If all machines have the same system and architecture, you can compile daemon only on one of them, and just copy datacoind and config folder to all of them.

sssshhh 100 machines ...yikes i am getting zero coins as it is. Don't do it, bad idea go to prime or quark Smiley

Maybe there are 100 machines with 2 cores on each? Smiley I was mining with 10-20-25 32-CPU amazon instances for some time, and I cannot say that it gave me very great amount of coins (like 20-30-50%  Grin ), also I sold some of them to pay bills

edited: there are keywords for this guide in OP post, so I didn't reveal something

Grrr... they all have ubuntu 10... can't install dependencies.
No problem... gonna use to mine other way...  right now i'm mining only with 2 computers

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try to build some dependencies from source, sometimes it helped me for old ubuntu versions.

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November 22, 2013, 03:27:08 PM
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Graph of blocks generation rate (now near 2 per minute)

That's a great graph! How/where were you able to generate it?

Just a 5-minutes PERL script and excel Smiley Most time takes getting info via RPC, near 30 minutes for getting all info (perl just sends messages to console and parses results). Now I'm creating such graph for difficulty, it'll be ready in ~10 minutes - you'll see amazing growth during last blocks

Pretty cool! I didn't realize this was possible to generate "after the fact" purely from blockchain data. Nice to learn something Smiley Can you give any tips as to which RPC calls were used or any available perl or other language script I can learn from? I can see the list of RPC calls at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_Calls_list but not sure which I would use to get generation rate or difficulty data from the past. Thanks for sharing these graphs at any rate!

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November 22, 2013, 03:37:01 PM
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Graph of blocks generation rate (now near 2 per minute)

That's a great graph! How/where were you able to generate it?

Just a 5-minutes PERL script and excel Smiley Most time takes getting info via RPC, near 30 minutes for getting all info (perl just sends messages to console and parses results). Now I'm creating such graph for difficulty, it'll be ready in ~10 minutes - you'll see amazing growth during last blocks

Pretty cool! I didn't realize this was possible to generate "after the fact" purely from blockchain data. Nice to learn something Smiley Can you give any tips as to which RPC calls were used or any available perl or other language script I can learn from? I can see the list of RPC calls at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Original_Bitcoin_client/API_Calls_list but not sure which I would use to get generation rate or difficulty data from the past. Thanks for sharing these graphs at any rate!

you should run getblockindex (number of block), you'll get block hash. After it you should execute getblock (hash) and receive full info about block, after it you can parse it and do whatever you want Smiley
small script to get csv in format BLOCK_NUMBER,DIFFICULTY , you can run it on any linux system with datacoind up and running

Code:
use strict;

my $hash;
my $diff;
my $block_num;
open MYFILE, ">result_diff.csv";
$temp = `datacoind getmininginfo | grep blocks`;
$temp =~ /blocks" : (\d+)/;
$block_num = $1;
for (my $i=0; $i < $block_num; $i++)
{
        $hash = `datacoind getblockhash $i`;
        my $temp = `datacoind getblock $hash `;
        $temp =~ /difficulty" : ([0-9\.]+)/;
        $diff = $1;
        print MYFILE "$i,$diff\n";
}
close MYFILE;


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you should run getblockindex (number of block), you'll get block hash...


Perfect, thank you. I had no idea that the unixtime was stored in the blockchain which makes this all possible. I think I had it in my head that the actual time of each block was not permanently stored in the blockchain (please correct me if I'm wrong).

Anyways, please let me know if you accept small tips in Datacoin Smiley

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you should run getblockindex (number of block), you'll get block hash...


Perfect, thank you. I had no idea that the unixtime was stored in the blockchain which makes this all possible. I think I had it in my head that the actual time of each block was not permanently stored in the blockchain (please correct me if I'm wrong).

Anyways, please let me know if you accept small tips in Datacoin Smiley
Grin sure - DTC wallet is DMgi13UTzqbff82iY58NX3owvX1zEKkxHK

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I created small Datacoin block explorer, just experimental one with practically no functions (and css Grin )
I had very little time for it, wasted most of time for understanding communicating of perl-cgi and datacoind...so no time for creating 'beautiful page' at all, I can do it a little later.

It runs on small amazon instance, don't overload it please Smiley Now you can see block hashes here (enter block number)
http://ec2-50-112-43-170.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com/perl/test.pl

I'll add other features soon when I have a little more time

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Just created a Google Spreadsheet exchange. Please add some buy and sell orders to get the trading and specualtion started.

Spreadsheet
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Just created a Google Spreadsheet exchange. Please add some buy and sell orders to get the trading and specualtion started.

And a trollbox is included, just click on the comment icon at the top right part of the spreadsheet!

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November 22, 2013, 11:32:00 PM
 #260

Datacoin block explorer (dev version) updated, link also updated. 'Get transaction info' functionality added!

http://ec2-50-112-43-170.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com/perl/explorer.pl

DTC: DMcKNp47fNtgM7sritK9GfJEQ1DzME5nwk
BTC: 1FgUGra685ZwkrX5VnRvfaYp4bHJhC7x4H
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