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September 15, 2011, 10:38:59 PM
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I just edit mine. I haven't downloaded new ones since I started using CP. Plus, mine are customized to my liking (got rid of the numbers & changed some of the names). I guess I could do the same with the new system if you do change it so not a problem either way.
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September 16, 2011, 01:08:41 AM
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I just edit mine also.
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September 16, 2011, 02:56:40 AM
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It has been suggested that I separate a pool's mining accounts from the rest of the settings, so each pool would have 2 config files, one for the credentials, one for the other settings. Before implementing this change I want to hear what everybody has to say about it, so would you want this implemented or should I just leave things the way they are?

Don't, it would be too much of a mess. What would be the reason for doing it anyways?

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September 17, 2011, 05:05:57 PM
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Would it be possible that you could implement support for cherry-picking which GPUs we'd like to use for mining? Wink

Say for instance that I want GPU 0, 1, 3, 4 to be mining with CherryPicking, while GPU 2 is left alone. This can be done with POCLBM and Phoenix, picking which GPU's to dedicate to mining, so could CherryPicking implement this in some way? Smiley

EDIT: Anyone else having problems with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it? CherryPicking has problems connecting to them.

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September 18, 2011, 11:07:58 PM
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September 19, 2011, 05:16:53 AM
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Also, are the settings for the btcserv configs in the config pack correct? According to btcserv.net, the global network speed was 12.37TH/s, and CherryPicking reports the global speed as 13.7GH/s.. or am I missing something here?

Also, still having issues with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it. Undecided

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September 19, 2011, 05:23:37 AM
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Also, still having issues with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it. Undecided

what do you use them for? hopping or backup?

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September 19, 2011, 01:18:32 PM
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Also, still having issues with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it. Undecided

what do you use them for? hopping or backup?

I'm using them all for hopping. The only pools I have set as backup are PPS pools, which thankfully isn't many afaik.

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September 19, 2011, 02:38:46 PM
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Also, still having issues with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it. Undecided

what do you use them for? hopping or backup?

I'm using them all for hopping. The only pools I have set as backup are PPS pools, which thankfully isn't many afaik.

ok, well mainframe is pplns, nofee and bitpit are smpps. Last I heard unitedminers were also doing hopper proof scoring. So I wouldn't be hopping any of them anyway.

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September 19, 2011, 03:39:51 PM
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Would it be possible that you could implement support for cherry-picking which GPUs we'd like to use for mining? Wink

Say for instance that I want GPU 0, 1, 3, 4 to be mining with CherryPicking, while GPU 2 is left alone. This can be done with POCLBM and Phoenix, picking which GPU's to dedicate to mining, so could CherryPicking implement this in some way? Smiley

EDIT: Anyone else having problems with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it? CherryPicking has problems connecting to them.
I can implement something like that in the next version, should work well enough.

Also, are the settings for the btcserv configs in the config pack correct? According to btcserv.net, the global network speed was 12.37TH/s, and CherryPicking reports the global speed as 13.7GH/s.. or am I missing something here?

Also, still having issues with mainframe, nofee, unitedminers, and bitp.it. Undecided
The global speed is the entire mining network, not just that pool. CherryPicking reports the pools speed, not the network's speed.
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Great read and very useful info! I'll implement a Score profile where you can set c and that uses the function for the next version of CP.

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September 19, 2011, 06:29:31 PM
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can you update the configs with organofcorti's math on 50-50 pools and score please
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September 19, 2011, 08:39:05 PM
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ok, well mainframe is pplns, nofee and bitpit are smpps. Last I heard unitedminers were also doing hopper proof scoring. So I wouldn't be hopping any of them anyway.

Oh, I see. Well, I'll remove them from the pools to consider for hopping, which moves the number of pools I'm set up with from 18 to 14.. I guess its time to register with more pools. Undecided

The global speed is the entire mining network, not just that pool. CherryPicking reports the pools speed, not the network's speed.

Ah, I see! That clears things up. Actually about 15 minutes after I posted, I noticed the difference @ the btcserv page. Silly me.

Any chance we can get more config's generated for all the worth-while pools out there in the Pools forum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=41.0?)

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September 21, 2011, 09:43:20 PM
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Sorry for my inactivity, I'm a bit busy these days, but as soon as I have a bit more time I'll see to making corrections to the pool cfgs and to getting 0.6.8 out.

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September 22, 2011, 09:16:02 PM
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Ok guys please relax.

I was moving to a new apartment the last few days so I was not able to answer your questions.

There were some issues with the stats display that were showing people having higher earnings than they really had.

You can verify your earnings very simply.

We now operate on a system very similar to Pay Per Share. That means you get paid the same amount for each share. You can find that amount by doing this:

(Number of shares) divided by (current difficulty) multiplied by (50 coins per block) = your earnings.


If you did work on a recent block and did not receive a payout it is most likely because you have not hit the default 1 BTC threshhold for payouts.

You can change that by simply adding your workers to your account on the site. You can also request a payout manually by hitting "PAY ME" after you log in.


If you have any serious(or even small) problems you can always email me. My email is admin@nofeemining.com

I have fixed the problems of everyone who has emailed me.

Rest assured if there has been any problem that has caused you to lose any amount of your balance for work that you did I will reimburse you personally.

Remember that I also mine on this pool with my workers and this pool is a free service that is supported by donations.

NoFee has changes to PPS from PROP.  I have just removed it from my hop.
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September 22, 2011, 10:44:44 PM
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NoFee has changes to PPS from PROP.  I have just removed it from my hop.

So? I thought PROP > PPS anyway.

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September 23, 2011, 10:50:45 AM
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NoFee has changes to PPS from PROP.  I have just removed it from my hop.

So? I thought PROP > PPS anyway.


Nofeemining is still smpps. Good for backup/fairpool, but not for hopping.

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September 23, 2011, 01:26:35 PM
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Just wondering what pools is everyone using and what is their configuration?

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September 23, 2011, 04:33:02 PM
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Hello everyone,

if you wanna try something new, you are welcome to hop into yourbtc.net.

Payout method is Double Geometric Method (DGM). You find some useful information about the math here: http://www.yourbtc.net/faq-page and of course https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0

You can access our api here: http://www.yourbtc.net/api.php
For personal stats, log in into your account and get your personal api.

Have a nice day!

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September 23, 2011, 06:47:36 PM
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Hello everyone,

if you wanna try something new, you are welcome to hop into yourbtc.net.

Payout method is Double Geometric Method (DGM). You find some useful information about the math here: http://www.yourbtc.net/faq-page and of course https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39497.0

You can access our api here: http://www.yourbtc.net/api.php
For personal stats, log in into your account and get your personal api.

Have a nice day!

Is this a trick (Double geometric method: Hopping-proof, low-variance reward system)?  Cheesy

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September 23, 2011, 11:45:32 PM
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i had a small issue upgrading from .066 to .067. CP was able to apply the patch update, but when i started the program i got an invalid or courrupt jarfile error. i have 4 rigs and the same thing happened on all of them. i completely reinstalled CP to see if that helped and i still got the invalid or corrupt jarfile error when i updated to version .067 whether i was updating from .063, .066, or .066a.

i couldn't find a post on how to roll back to a previous version, so i just renamed the current CherryPicking.jar to CherryPicking067.old. i then renamed the CherryPicking066.old to CherryPicking.jar and everything worked fine again. is this the proper way to go back to a previous version? CP still retained all the new updated functions of .067 even though i'm using the .066 .jar file. i don't know much about programming but i thought the code was in the .jar file, so how can the .066 file use the .067 updates, unless the code is not in the .jar file. in which case, what exactly is the difference in the .jar files if i can simply interchange them and not affect how CP runs?

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