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January 17, 2016, 03:15:59 AM
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Merc84:  it doesn't reconnect.  It just goes back to the command prompt after a 10 second timeout
Hello, if you're talking about xptMiner 2.0 I have not encountered yet this problem.

I will check better by doing some tests.

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January 17, 2016, 03:36:22 AM
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Yes. I'm using xptMiner 2.0. I am running it as a script: sh ./example.sh


Hello, if you're talking about xptMiner 2.0 I have not encountered yet this problem.

I will check better by doing some tests.

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January 17, 2016, 07:00:04 AM
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Merc84:  it doesn't reconnect.  It just goes back to the command prompt after a 10 second timeout

I Agree.
This problem exists only for linux-versions xptminer 2.0
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January 17, 2016, 10:35:51 AM
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Yes. I'm using xptMiner 2.0. I am running it as a script: sh ./example.sh


Hello, if you're talking about xptMiner 2.0 I have not encountered yet this problem.

I will check better by doing some tests.

Thank you for reporting


It should be relatively simple to write the script such that it will restart the miner if the process ends, unfortunately I haven't used linux in some time and can't remember exactly how to do this maybe someone else can chime in with an example.
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January 17, 2016, 01:12:22 PM
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Hey guys. What do I need to do to have xptminer automatically restart after disconnecting from the mining server.  I am running Ubuntu on this particular computer.

Try something like this:

Code:
while /bin/true; do ./xptminer-xxxxxx -param1 -param arg2;sleep 10;done
This will restart the xptminer in a loop forever with a 10 second wait in between.

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January 17, 2016, 01:14:23 PM
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Merc84:  it doesn't reconnect.  It just goes back to the command prompt after a 10 second timeout
Hello, if you're talking about xptMiner 2.0 I have not encountered yet this problem.

I will check better by doing some tests.

Thank you for reporting


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So when are you going to make the code public?
From a license point of view it is open-source and the modifications must be open-source as well.

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January 17, 2016, 01:19:14 PM
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Hey guys. What do I need to do to have xptminer automatically restart after disconnecting from the mining server.  I am running Ubuntu on this particular computer.

Try something like this:

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while /bin/true; do ./xptminer-xxxxxx -param1 -param arg2;sleep 10;done
This will restart the xptminer in a loop forever with a 10 second wait in between.

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You can omit the "/bin/" for a more compact and clean code.

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January 17, 2016, 01:45:49 PM
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ypool completely dissapeared from map a few months ago. Anyone knows something about 'em?
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January 17, 2016, 07:44:24 PM
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Hello everyone!

I made a few improvements to xptMiner 2.0 (now version 2.1) for the management of reconnections and other minor bugs.

I recommend everyone to use this revision downloadable on RiePool's HomePage or directly from the following link:

http://riepool.ovh/downloads/New_Windows64_xptminer.zip

For the moment it is available to download for Windows OS but will soon be released even the revised version for Linux.

Thanks for your suggestions to enhance the miners!
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January 17, 2016, 11:22:49 PM
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Thanks!  Seems to be holding steady. I will update if it doesn't.


Try something like this:

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while /bin/true; do ./xptminer-xxxxxx -param1 -param arg2;sleep 10;done
This will restart the xptminer in a loop forever with a 10 second wait in between.

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January 18, 2016, 05:41:40 AM
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ypool completely dissapeared from map a few months ago. Anyone knows something about 'em?

Either scam, dead or busted?

Bitcoin is not a bubble, it's the pin!
+++ GPG Public key FFBD756C24B54962E6A772EA1C680D74DB714D40 +++ http://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x1C680D74DB714D40
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January 18, 2016, 08:26:50 AM
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Hello everyone!

I made a few improvements to xptMiner 2.0 (now version 2.1) for the management of reconnections and other minor bugs.

I recommend everyone to use this revision downloadable on RiePool's HomePage or directly from the following link:

http://riepool.ovh/downloads/New_Windows64_xptminer.zip

For the moment it is available to download for Windows OS but will soon be released even the revised version for Linux.

Thanks for your suggestions to enhance the miners!

Anyhow, where is the source?

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January 18, 2016, 09:32:21 AM
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Hello everyone!

I made a few improvements to xptMiner 2.0 (now version 2.1) for the management of reconnections and other minor bugs.

I recommend everyone to use this revision downloadable on RiePool's HomePage or directly from the following link:

http://riepool.ovh/downloads/New_Windows64_xptminer.zip

For the moment it is available to download for Windows OS but will soon be released even the revised version for Linux.

Thanks for your suggestions to enhance the miners!

Anyhow, where is the source?

       one4many

Agree its not like your pool has a fee anyway so its kind of pointless to withhold the code.
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January 18, 2016, 03:34:44 PM
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ypool completely dissapeared from map a few months ago. Anyone knows something about 'em?

Either scam, dead or busted?

Maybe they are still using the silent miners that are running to gain profit. Who knows.
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January 18, 2016, 04:08:36 PM
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ypool completely dissapeared from map a few months ago. Anyone knows something about 'em?

Either scam, dead or busted?

Maybe they are still using the silent miners that are running to gain profit. Who knows.

This is unlikely: the hashrate and mining pools are pretty much all accounted for, and and when ypool went up/down (early on in their troubles), difficulty adjusted accordingly.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/#!extraction

Diff is now back where it was when ypool was running strong, which is a sign most miners have switched.

(and btw recent superblock 398736   ranked in the top #10 largest primes, last top 10 entry was back in september)

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January 19, 2016, 11:50:52 AM
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I finished the upgrading of the entire structure of mining.

You should no longer experience disconnects and/or slowdowns.

Meanwhile, I'm finishing fixes some bugs on xptMiner 2.0 for Linux and will soon be available to download the version 2.1

Thanks for your support and happy mining Smiley
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January 19, 2016, 12:30:41 PM
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...
Meanwhile, I'm finishing fixes some bugs on xptMiner 2.0 for Linux and will soon be available to download the version 2.1
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Meaning you release the source for 2.1 as well?
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January 19, 2016, 12:37:00 PM
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I finished the upgrading of the entire structure of mining.

You should no longer experience disconnects and/or slowdowns.

Meanwhile, I'm finishing fixes some bugs on xptMiner 2.0 for Linux and will soon be available to download the version 2.1

Thanks for your support and happy mining Smiley
There is a problem in your mine pool, I dug 24 blocks in the mine pool, 1200 coins, mine pool only to give me 780 coins. I want to know why? I dig coins in the XpoolX, if you dig 24 blocks, 1200 coins, mine pool at least 1000 coins to me.
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January 19, 2016, 12:57:48 PM
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Excuse me? All monitors work fine, the payouts type is PPLNS with 0% fee.

Then you can not make comparisons with other pool because it depends on the individual users of the pool itself and the respective hashrate!

Coins are 50 to block, yes, but divided in proportion to hashrate developed by each individual user who has worked to resolve the block in a certain pool.

Like all other pool themselves.
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January 19, 2016, 01:18:06 PM
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Can modify the wallet program, so he directly supports Stratum protocol.

Does anybody know of a coin that has stratum directly in the daemon? I could merge it into RIC if I found one.
Otherwise, implementing getwork or gbt in the miners would be faster

Never seen something like this. So go for getwork, or write a XPT to Getwork proxy in Python for example (which should be even easier to implement).

someone tryed
https://github.com/archit120/xptProxy

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