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Author Topic: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record  (Read 654406 times)
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February 10, 2016, 10:03:54 PM
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Is this the correct forum to ask about the riecoin.org website?
It needs some serious updating.
For example several of the exchanges listed are no longer functioning.
Several of the links do not work.
Some of the listed forums are long since closed.
Overall just needs a review and update.
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February 11, 2016, 08:49:12 AM
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I think something is up with Rascal's mining proxy. Not accusing him of anything, its probably just a bug. Maybe someone more technically minded on coinbase/stratum and other tech can chime in.

Every so often I mine a block worth 45.3333333 here is an example. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/tx.dws?e5a7eb4eae84dd53d78e27f880a40a93b09b41206b4740b2fe9a67207662fc8e.htm

This is the actual block link.
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/block.dws?410814.htm

Can anyone shed some light on this?

Around superblocks the reward is diminished a bit, and the coins instead go to whoever finds the superblock (which has a higher difficulty). The idea being that this does not change the number of RIC that will be generated, while allowing (and giving an incentive) to find higher prime constellations.

In case of block 410814, the corresponding superblock is 410832, which ranked #2 in the hall of fame: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/halloffame.dws

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February 12, 2016, 12:47:33 AM
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I think something is up with Rascal's mining proxy. Not accusing him of anything, its probably just a bug. Maybe someone more technically minded on coinbase/stratum and other tech can chime in.

Every so often I mine a block worth 45.3333333 here is an example. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/tx.dws?e5a7eb4eae84dd53d78e27f880a40a93b09b41206b4740b2fe9a67207662fc8e.htm

This is the actual block link.
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/block.dws?410814.htm

Can anyone shed some light on this?

Around superblocks the reward is diminished a bit, and the coins instead go to whoever finds the superblock (which has a higher difficulty). The idea being that this does not change the number of RIC that will be generated, while allowing (and giving an incentive) to find higher prime constellations.

In case of block 410814, the corresponding superblock is 410832, which ranked #2 in the hall of fame: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ric/halloffame.dws

Urp - I've fallen behind on time to be able to do the code integration for stratum.  I apologize.  If someone wants to fork the miner and do it, you've got my blessing...  I still hope to do it if nobody else can, but I've got a bunch of day job things between.

don't worry, I read some people had problems compiling my fork so I'll review that and try to generate all the binaries.

Anything new this week Gatra?

This is the final implementation that I have for the superblocks:
Difficulty adjustments were performed every 288 blocks which should take 12 hs, so once every 14 adjustments (ie once a week) we will have a special interval. In these special intervals the difficulty will be adjusted a little bit down for all blocks except one which will be the superblock. The expected behavior is that 287 blocks will be shorter (136 seconds instead of 150), lending 14 seconds each to the superblock which will in total accumulate almost 70 minutes. This is the most elegant solution I could find since every interval will still have 288 blocks and be targeted to last 12hs.
So, if in a few days you get blocks with a reward of 45,33333333 instead of 50, then it is expected behavior. Don't complain: your block had less reward because it was easier to find, it's still fair. And if you get a block with 1389,33333333 RIC, then congratulations: you solved the superblock.

This is implemented, under testing, and working fine so far. Now what remains is to decide the block number for the hard fork (around 135000?), generating all the binaries and issuing alerts for everyone to upgrade.

Regards!
Gatra

Yeah, this is info buried in the thread, quoted above.
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February 12, 2016, 12:52:11 AM
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Thanks for the clarification guys. I had no idea there were superblocks. So happy I'm solo mining now.

Hey Rascal, you mentioned that you were working on a proxy for other coins. Hows that going?

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February 12, 2016, 01:14:54 AM
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Thanks for the clarification guys. I had no idea there were superblocks. So happy I'm solo mining now.

Hey Rascal, you mentioned that you were working on a proxy for other coins. Hows that going?

Well it's more or less complete I guess but I sort of hit a road block with getting some of the algos to build correctly so I wanted to try to iron that out first but I might just release it anyway and work out the rest later, plus I'm still debating on if I'm going to leave the dev fee or just take it out.
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February 12, 2016, 03:43:30 AM
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Thanks for the clarification guys. I had no idea there were superblocks. So happy I'm solo mining now.

Hey Rascal, you mentioned that you were working on a proxy for other coins. Hows that going?

Well it's more or less complete I guess but I sort of hit a road block with getting some of the algos to build correctly so I wanted to try to iron that out first but I might just release it anyway and work out the rest later, plus I'm still debating on if I'm going to leave the dev fee or just take it out.

Leave the dev fee and the ability to change it from 0 to whatever we want. I left it on for riecoin and will leave it on when I mine scrypt coins. Nothing wrong with getting paid for your work.
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February 12, 2016, 07:08:36 AM
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Thanks for the clarification guys. I had no idea there were superblocks. So happy I'm solo mining now.

Hey Rascal, you mentioned that you were working on a proxy for other coins. Hows that going?

Well it's more or less complete I guess but I sort of hit a road block with getting some of the algos to build correctly so I wanted to try to iron that out first but I might just release it anyway and work out the rest later, plus I'm still debating on if I'm going to leave the dev fee or just take it out.

Leave the dev fee and the ability to change it from 0 to whatever we want. I left it on for riecoin and will leave it on when I mine scrypt coins. Nothing wrong with getting paid for your work.


Totally agree ... most of my miners had the dev fee on while mining RIE on pools.
More importantly release the source code!  Wink

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February 18, 2016, 09:23:52 AM
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Hi everybody, based on Rascal71 work, I started a pool.

Is there anybody willing to help me test it ?
Please consider it A PRIVATE TEST ROUND. So please use PM.
Zero fees of course.

Opensource gatra's miner seems to be working fine (stratum).

Just to stirr a water a bit - let's see if we encounter a DDoS - while staying private Wink

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February 18, 2016, 05:01:39 PM
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Hi everybody, based on Rascal71 work, I started a pool.

Is there anybody willing to help me test it ?
Please consider it A PRIVATE TEST ROUND. So please use PM.
Zero fees of course.

Opensource gatra's miner seems to be working fine (stratum).

Just to stirr a water a bit - let's see if we encounter a DDoS - while staying private Wink

Kind regards

Great stuff ... I hope there are some takers :-)
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February 21, 2016, 10:42:41 AM
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Is there any mining hardware comparisons for this coin? Like, how much will I get by mining on different CPU's.
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February 23, 2016, 08:11:45 PM
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Is there any mining hardware comparisons for this coin? Like, how much will I get by mining on different CPU's.

I never saw a riecoin mining comparison.
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Last edit: February 26, 2016, 02:52:02 AM by ssoo
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Hello.

I am newbie to the RIC.

I am wondering that How can i optimize my miner for using all of my CPU resources??


When I start mining using the xptminer, the miner only use 5 thread...
But my CPU is E5-2667 V3(32core)...
So, I should use -t 32 option, but my cpu utilization(load average) is only 20.

Does anyone know that how to set cpu threads for mining properly and the sieve value?
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February 26, 2016, 04:28:02 AM
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Anyone's wallet not syncing?  Mine says there aren't any active connections to the network
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February 26, 2016, 06:26:03 AM
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Hello.

I am newbie to the RIC.

I am wondering that How can i optimize my miner for using all of my CPU resources??


When I start mining using the xptminer, the miner only use 5 thread...
But my CPU is E5-2667 V3(32core)...
So, I should use -t 32 option, but my cpu utilization(load average) is only 20.

Does anyone know that how to set cpu threads for mining properly and the sieve value?
Hello, welcome to the Forum.

For the use of cores try to start more xptMiner (4 or 5) without "-t" parameter, while for the Sieve Size value if you have a RAM of at least 16GB you can set a value as "-s 3500000000" or "-s 4000000000" (3.5 / 4 billions)

Good mining!
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February 26, 2016, 08:09:02 AM
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Anyone's wallet not syncing?  Mine says there aren't any active connections to the network

I had that for a few days. eventually I switched off "map port through UPnP" in options -> network and that seemed to fix it.
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February 26, 2016, 08:10:37 AM
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Hello.

I am newbie to the RIC.

I am wondering that How can i optimize my miner for using all of my CPU resources??


When I start mining using the xptminer, the miner only use 5 thread...
But my CPU is E5-2667 V3(32core)...
So, I should use -t 32 option, but my cpu utilization(load average) is only 20.

Does anyone know that how to set cpu threads for mining properly and the sieve value?
Hello, welcome to the Forum.

For the use of cores try to start more xptMiner (4 or 5) without "-t" parameter, while for the Sieve Size value if you have a RAM of at least 16GB you can set a value as "-s 3500000000" or "-s 4000000000" (3.5 / 4 billions)

Good mining!

Hello Simba.

I downloaded the xptminer from "https://github.com/gatra/fastrie". And i have already used the xptminer without "-t" options for using all cores.
But the xptminer did NOT use my all resoures of cores.

Moreover, I have big amount of RAM about 192GB ~ 512GB in each machines.
So, How much do i set amount of RAM to my machine??
Do you have any idea??
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February 26, 2016, 08:33:23 AM
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I had the best results using -s around 21e8 but it was for i5, xeons might benefit from some higher.

This one works fine : https://github.com/gatra/fastrie

You can see statistics of the new stratum mining portal here :

http://ric1.ddns.net/stats

No registration necessary. 1% fee.


YOURWALLET=Rxxxxxxxxxxxx

xptMiner/xptminer -s 2100000000 -m -o http://ric1.ddns.net:33334 -u $YOURWALLET -p xxxxx  #  -t 4  # if you want to specify threads


If a windows miner is needed, I can try to compile one.

Happy mining !


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February 26, 2016, 10:06:27 AM
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Hello.

I am newbie to the RIC.

I am wondering that How can i optimize my miner for using all of my CPU resources??


When I start mining using the xptminer, the miner only use 5 thread...
But my CPU is E5-2667 V3(32core)...
So, I should use -t 32 option, but my cpu utilization(load average) is only 20.

Does anyone know that how to set cpu threads for mining properly and the sieve value?
Hello, welcome to the Forum.

For the use of cores try to start more xptMiner (4 or 5) without "-t" parameter, while for the Sieve Size value if you have a RAM of at least 16GB you can set a value as "-s 3500000000" or "-s 4000000000" (3.5 / 4 billions)

Good mining!

Hello Simba.

I downloaded the xptminer from "https://github.com/gatra/fastrie". And i have already used the xptminer without "-t" options for using all cores.
But the xptminer did NOT use my all resoures of cores.

Moreover, I have big amount of RAM about 192GB ~ 512GB in each machines.
So, How much do i set amount of RAM to my machine??
Do you have any idea??
For best performance do this:

For Linux 64bit OS:
Download xptMiner2 binary: http://riepool.ovh/downloads/New_Linux64_xptminer.zip

For Windows 64bit OS:
Download xptMiner2 binary: http://riepool.ovh/downloads/New_Windows64_xptminer.zip

Script: xptminer2 -u username.worker -p password (-t CPU threads number) (-s sieve size)

For Linux, give permissions to downloaded file with the command: "chmod +x xptminer2"

It's currently the highest performing miner for Riecoin.

The miner has been extensively tested by many users and works very well.

For the CPU if you use a Cloud or VPS system, check the available vCore and even threads per core via the Linux command "lscpu".
If you get one Thread/Core this could be the problem...
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February 26, 2016, 11:09:28 PM
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Hello.

I am newbie to the RIC.

I am wondering that How can i optimize my miner for using all of my CPU resources??


When I start mining using the xptminer, the miner only use 5 thread...
But my CPU is E5-2667 V3(32core)...
So, I should use -t 32 option, but my cpu utilization(load average) is only 20.

Does anyone know that how to set cpu threads for mining properly and the sieve value?

For mining on machines with multi cpu for best performance, u should launch one miner for each physical cpu and tie the process to each physical core using either numactl for linux or start affinity for windows.
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March 01, 2016, 12:50:29 AM
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checking my mailbox - nobody is interested in private test.

I am happy another mining portal is alive,
 my humble miner is here to help Smiley




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