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July 30, 2018, 01:34:00 PM
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Hope everyone dropped their BTG bags earlier.
You mean before 51%-attack?

Was there an attack? I was just talking about the price drop. My Nivida card love some EWBF miner though, hope the kinks are worked out soon. On to something else though.

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July 30, 2018, 01:40:20 PM
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Was there an attack?...
https://forum.bitcoingold.org/t/double-spend-attacks-on-exchanges/1362

If you have to ask "why?", you wouldn`t understand my answer.
Always be on the look out, because you never know when you'll be stalked by hit-men that eat nothing but cream cheese....
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July 30, 2018, 03:00:00 PM
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Guess I've been busy to look into the confirm times. Looking at my exchange deposits they took over 6 hours.

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July 30, 2018, 03:38:00 PM
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Guess I've been busy to look into the confirm times. Looking at my exchange deposits they took over 6 hours.

Why are you even posting this? Do you think anyone gives fuck about your problems? Guess what? - no.
The last two pages are 50% your posts about ... h-m-m-m...nothing....
Stop spamming here.
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July 30, 2018, 03:55:20 PM
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https://forum.bitcoingold.org/t/double-spend-attacks-on-exchanges/1362
Are you seriously ? 51% attack? Yes, they can not keep the price because of the opportunity to quickly sell what the miners earned. Here the BTG "team" trying to increase the time spent on passing the circle under the guise of non-existent attacks ( found ==> waited conf.==> >>sold . The plug did not come out to profit at all. 1) Now we see the real network hash and it is so small that one person with 20 kk $ can buy video cards and arrange 51% of attacks
Otherwise, how can I explain the variables that are not amenable to logic and mathematics ....... I observ network hash for a week and I see this :
 - Network Hashrate =2.83 Ms/s ,-diff = 97.505 K -diff = 117.505 K ---------is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =1.65 Ms/s ,-diff = 164.505 K and -diff = 250.505 K --is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =2.19 Ms/s ,-diff = 104.505 K ,-diff = 164.505 K ----is this how ??
Rent hash was an excellent cover all this time and did not give investors and miners to assess the realities of this coin, and they are such that one person can expose 51% the network BTG ,invested in it about 20kk $ its END? Cool Huh Roll Eyes
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July 30, 2018, 03:59:38 PM
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Why are you even posting this? Do you think anyone gives fuck about your problems? Guess what? - no.
The last two pages are 50% your posts about ... h-m-m-m...nothing....
Stop spamming here.

Maybe the trail end here is not to topic, but I'm sure posting about my difficulties with the miner and my gpu clocks are fairly relevant. There been no intention of spam just conversation. Sorry to have been a bother. Isn't there a way to block my posts on your end?

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July 30, 2018, 04:47:09 PM
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Anyone else getting random crashes...My miners will run fine for a day or two then I will get "all cuda devices are busy " error and the miner keep rolling with that error ... I even have a card that will not start with this error, I tried no over clock and even under volting but does not seem to help.

Seem to be more prevalent with my 1070 and 1080ti rigs.
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July 30, 2018, 05:22:48 PM
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Anyone else getting random crashes...My miners will run fine for a day or two then I will get "all cuda devices are busy " error and the miner keep rolling with that error ... I even have a card that will not start with this error, I tried no over clock and even under volting but does not seem to help.

Seem to be more prevalent with my 1070 and 1080ti rigs.

It's random. There's nothing you can do currently.
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July 30, 2018, 05:30:15 PM
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I found running separate batch files helps with up time, but crashing still occurs regardless of clocks. I did find of my four card set GPU 1 & 2 crashed "more regularly". (4x 1070ti's)

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July 30, 2018, 06:23:58 PM
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Why are you even posting this? Do you think anyone gives fuck about your problems? Guess what? - no.
The last two pages are 50% your posts about ... h-m-m-m...nothing....
Stop spamming here.

Maybe the trail end here is not to topic, but I'm sure posting about my difficulties with the miner and my gpu clocks are fairly relevant. There been no intention of spam just conversation. Sorry to have been a bother. Isn't there a way to block my posts on your end?

Sure there is a way to block your posts on my end. But you are not getting the message here: it's not that I don't give shit whether you checked your transactions or not, NOONE gives shit. And therefore it would be more efficient to block your posts on YOUR end.
You can always open your own thread and post your ideas there. Or here is a better idea: try to go out and if you are lucky enough you can even find a girlfriend/boyfriend (depending on your gender and orientation).

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July 30, 2018, 06:25:16 PM
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FWIW, I've transitioned now to using the cuda 9 based EWBF code rather than the one marked 'cuda8', and my cards have never been happier - I'm also now running the latest Nvidia drivers version 398.36, so not sure which resolved my crashes really - but between the 2 changes, I am running now 24 hours without a crash (knock on wood).  YMMV and all that of course.  My environment is a mix of about 80% 1060's, 10% 1070's, and 10% 1080's.  With 1 lonely 980ti to keep the 'way back machine' gods happy.  Love that card, and you couldn't pry it outta my hands!  

But I digress.  0.4 is pretty sweet, all good on this end for now.  
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July 31, 2018, 12:13:19 AM
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Running .4 and using Zhash for the new BTG Fork and am getting a ton of rejected shares.  I've tried with and without afterburner running so the OC isn't causing this

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GPU0: 603 Sol/s GPU1: 385 Sol/s GPU2: 705 Sol/s
Total speed: 1693 Sol/s
INFO 07:51:15: GPU0 Rejected share 203ms [A:0, R:38]
INFO 07:51:16: GPU0 Rejected share 250ms [A:0, R:39]
INFO 07:51:18: GPU1 Rejected share 187ms [A:0, R:17]
INFO 07:51:24: GPU2 Rejected share 206ms [A:0, R:39]
INFO 07:51:26: GPU2 Rejected share 187ms [A:0, R:40]
INFO 07:51:26: GPU1 Rejected share 189ms [A:0, R:18]
INFO 07:51:29: GPU1 Rejected share 203ms [A:0, R:19]
INFO 07:51:31: GPU1 Rejected share 191ms [A:0, R:20]
INFO 07:51:34: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 07:51:36: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share

Zhash config will get you rejected shares for BTG.

BTG has its own config. I had this same problem with Awesome miner. Awesome miner list BTG under Zhash algo which gives rejected shares. To fix in Awesome miner, I had to create my own BTG coin and put it under the Equilhash BTG algo.
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July 31, 2018, 04:17:05 AM
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Sure there is a way to block your posts on my end. But you are not getting the message here: it's not that I don't give shit whether you checked your transactions or not, NOONE gives shit. And therefore it would be more efficient to block your posts on YOUR end.
You can always open your own thread and post your ideas there. Or here is a better idea: try to go out and if you are lucky enough you can even find a girlfriend/boyfriend (depending on your gender and orientation).


I think you may have missed the point that the 51% attack increased exchange confirms 1000%. My post about the 6 hour confirm time was a direct reply to computer genie's link. I suppose my absentmindedness is annoying but these smaller coins have a reputation of attacks and heavy pumps and dumps to match. I do appreciate your consideration on my sexual preference though. I would recommend blocking my posts if they bother you.
 
Running .4 and using Zhash for the new BTG Fork and am getting a ton of rejected shares.  I've tried with and without afterburner running so the OC isn't causing this

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GPU0: 603 Sol/s GPU1: 385 Sol/s GPU2: 705 Sol/s
Total speed: 1693 Sol/s
INFO 07:51:15: GPU0 Rejected share 203ms [A:0, R:38]
INFO 07:51:16: GPU0 Rejected share 250ms [A:0, R:39]
INFO 07:51:18: GPU1 Rejected share 187ms [A:0, R:17]
INFO 07:51:24: GPU2 Rejected share 206ms [A:0, R:39]
INFO 07:51:26: GPU2 Rejected share 187ms [A:0, R:40]
INFO 07:51:26: GPU1 Rejected share 189ms [A:0, R:18]
INFO 07:51:29: GPU1 Rejected share 203ms [A:0, R:19]
INFO 07:51:31: GPU1 Rejected share 191ms [A:0, R:20]
INFO 07:51:34: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 07:51:36: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share

Zhash config will get you rejected shares for BTG.

BTG has its own config. I had this same problem with Awesome miner. Awesome miner list BTG under Zhash algo which gives rejected shares. To fix in Awesome miner, I had to create my own BTG coin and put it under the Equilhash BTG algo.

I was able to run the miner after editing the miner.cfg file and starting the miner application directly. For some reason now I'm able to run a batch file as intended. I'll try the the cuda 9 version tomorrow like meinerneiner after updates. These profits are hard to pass up right now.

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July 31, 2018, 08:44:27 AM
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https://forum.bitcoingold.org/t/double-spend-attacks-on-exchanges/1362
Are you seriously ? 51% attack? Yes, they can not keep the price because of the opportunity to quickly sell what the miners earned. Here the BTG "team" trying to increase the time spent on passing the circle under the guise of non-existent attacks ( found ==> waited conf.==> >>sold . The plug did not come out to profit at all. 1) Now we see the real network hash and it is so small that one person with 20 kk $ can buy video cards and arrange 51% of attacks
Otherwise, how can I explain the variables that are not amenable to logic and mathematics ....... I observ network hash for a week and I see this :
 - Network Hashrate =2.83 Ms/s ,-diff = 97.505 K -diff = 117.505 K ---------is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =1.65 Ms/s ,-diff = 164.505 K and -diff = 250.505 K --is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =2.19 Ms/s ,-diff = 104.505 K ,-diff = 164.505 K ----is this how ??
Rent hash was an excellent cover all this time and did not give investors and miners to assess the realities of this coin, and they are such that one person can expose 51% the network BTG ,invested in it about 20kk $ its END? Cool Huh Roll Eyes

You may have a valid point here, but I'm struggling to understand it (mainly because of your English). I read your post three time, still don't understand half of your statements. Can you reformulate it in a coherent way?
Let's do the math. The net BTG hash is indeed quite low at the moment, let's say it's 2MH/s on average. That corresponds to ~ 50,000 GTX 1080 level GPUs. To perform 51% attack one needs ~ 50,000 GPUs with an average cost of ~ $500. One person can of course buy $25 mln worth of gpus, but one person cannot build a farm of that size. Where does the number of $20,000  come from (if that is what you mean by 20 kk $).
The hash power was obviously rented for the attacks (or was performed by one of larger existing farms).
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July 31, 2018, 02:48:41 PM
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https://forum.bitcoingold.org/t/double-spend-attacks-on-exchanges/1362
Are you seriously ? 51% attack? Yes, they can not keep the price because of the opportunity to quickly sell what the miners earned. Here the BTG "team" trying to increase the time spent on passing the circle under the guise of non-existent attacks ( found ==> waited conf.==> >>sold . The plug did not come out to profit at all. 1) Now we see the real network hash and it is so small that one person with 20 kk $ can buy video cards and arrange 51% of attacks
Otherwise, how can I explain the variables that are not amenable to logic and mathematics ....... I observ network hash for a week and I see this :
 - Network Hashrate =2.83 Ms/s ,-diff = 97.505 K -diff = 117.505 K ---------is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =1.65 Ms/s ,-diff = 164.505 K and -diff = 250.505 K --is this how ??
 - Network Hashrate =2.19 Ms/s ,-diff = 104.505 K ,-diff = 164.505 K ----is this how ??
Rent hash was an excellent cover all this time and did not give investors and miners to assess the realities of this coin, and they are such that one person can expose 51% the network BTG ,invested in it about 20kk $ its END? Cool Huh Roll Eyes

You may have a valid point here, but I'm struggling to understand it (mainly because of your English). I read your post three time, still don't understand half of your statements. Can you reformulate it in a coherent way?
Let's do the math. The net BTG hash is indeed quite low at the moment, let's say it's 2MH/s on average. That corresponds to ~ 50,000 GTX 1080 level GPUs. To perform 51% attack one needs ~ 50,000 GPUs with an average cost of ~ $500. One person can of course buy $25 mln worth of gpus, but one person cannot build a farm of that size. Where does the number of $20,000  come from (if that is what you mean by 20 kk $).
The hash power was obviously rented for the attacks (or was performed by one of larger existing farms).
You are talking so directly. No need to buy GPUs. It was rented hash power to make attack
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August 01, 2018, 11:46:11 AM
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Hello everyone! I'm sorry that it's too late. I use previous EWBF zcash miner for zcash. What should i do to go to EWBF's Cuda Equihash Miner 0.4? Should i create a new wallet zcash? or create a new wallet BTG? or where i can read this info? sorry that it is too late for this old problem question. (sorry for my bad english)
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August 01, 2018, 02:55:40 PM
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Hello everyone! I'm sorry that it's too late. I use previous EWBF zcash miner for zcash. What should i do to go to EWBF's Cuda Equihash Miner 0.4? Should i create a new wallet zcash? or create a new wallet BTG? or where i can read this info? sorry that it is too late for this old problem question. (sorry for my bad english)


Hello,
Don't apologize for being too late with your problem. It's never too late to learn!
You are absolutely right - some reading would be helpful, for example here www.google.com or here www.duckduckgo.com.
Then if you have technical problems with the miner please come back and we'll be happy to help (as much as we can)!
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August 01, 2018, 03:27:32 PM
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WARNING: Looks like GPU0 are stopped. Restarting...


Is there a way to make the miner auto close and reopen when this happens? This error is very random and has nothing to do with overclocking.

I just noticed that there is an "eexit" param, setting it to 1 seems to close the miner when errors occur. Still testing this, but it did close the miner for another error. So now you just need a bat script that restarts the miner as soon as it closes.

If using the cfg file: eexit 1
if using command line params: --eexit 1

Code:
@echo  off
:restart

TIMEOUT 5
miner.exe <your params> --eexit 1
ping 127.0.0.1 > nul

goto :restart

It would be nice if these parameters would be documented in the OP.

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August 01, 2018, 05:15:25 PM
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Good news everyone! v0.5 delivered.
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Good news everyone! v0.5 delivered.
Thank you very much! let's trying!
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