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March 13, 2014, 02:49:03 PM
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I saw some guys started to test it - any results?

Hi! Just registered especially for this theme because of its significance.
So, only one of many kernels are working, the quarkcoin one.
But it's working well!
On my test 7950 it shows 1.500 M avg hashrate with 5.000 M WU.
On the site side I see increasing value of my hashrate aiming to WU. After 25 min its amount reached 3.5 M.
All diffs are acceptable with no rejects and HW errors.
Amount of diffs are 0.5 and 1.0.
Good work, Feeleep!
But this coin is not profitable even with this results for me.

does miner hashrate equals what pool was saying?

Hmm.. So to understand correctly:

The miner which gets rejected on for example suprnova works well on coinmine now and reports the correct hashrate ? no more fake shares ? and it is fixed by a tweak at stratum on coinmine only Huh

i can confirm that exactly yes - i did not download a new compile,  i used the same miner, i used it on a windows machine (only one i have) and its the first download from the topic:

works on Feeleeps SRC pool which is the Quark algo as i left it exactly and only changed the pool address .

did not work on any other Quark (or clone) pool, and gave back {share target error}  ~ < the error

Thanks guys for testing. There is still something not correct between cpuminer-gpuminer-stratum so my solution if following:
- GPU miners: diff1 = 0x000000ffff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
- CPU miners: diff1 = 0x00000000ffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

but GPU miner share is 256 time less valuable than CPU share - dont ask me why but it works. If there is anyone who have an idea let me know please.

I will set up GPU stratum port for all my quark-based coins (Quarks, Securecoin, Particle, Frozen) later today

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March 13, 2014, 04:37:58 PM
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I guess I'll make share target multiplier configurable, then users will be able to select a different one if there are problems with a pool.

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March 13, 2014, 05:51:37 PM
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I'm getting 100% rejects on qubit pools, is that related to the above post?

I get (Share is above target)
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March 13, 2014, 10:04:48 PM
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I guess I'll make share target multiplier configurable, then users will be able to select a different one if there are problems with a pool.
i can confirm that changing the DM_MODE to bitcoin on quark and qubit will allow you to mine at all pools
it does mess up the displayed network diff though
also for some reason it would not compile the kernal for me... i had to copy it from the normal sgminer compile
i assume i missed something when modding it

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hmm it starts fine on my main computer so maybe i have something wrong on my dedicated miner....
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March 13, 2014, 11:37:12 PM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue
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March 14, 2014, 12:31:12 AM
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I'm getting 100% rejects on qubit pools, is that related to the above post?

I get (Share is above target)

Sounds very likely to be that. Share Above Target happens when the miner's share doesn't fit in the algorithm's bitmask - exactly what's happening above.
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March 14, 2014, 06:04:48 AM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue
It works to me (quark), but performance is too low, about 30Kh/s (GTX 460 OC)
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March 14, 2014, 06:05:29 AM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

This is great testing ASAP.

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March 14, 2014, 06:07:55 AM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

So just to confirm the Git is not updated yet but this compile has some changes and you'd like us to test them ?

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March 14, 2014, 09:10:38 AM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

mines but does not seem to find any blocks - so the hash rate at the pool reflects this time about < 1/3 of the rate at the miner i.e 3 mh#  turns up as about 600 to 700k#

but its does not find any blocks as far as i can see.

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March 14, 2014, 11:10:30 AM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

mines but does not seem to find any blocks - so the hash rate at the pool reflects this time about < 1/3 of the rate at the miner i.e 3 mh#  turns up as about 600 to 700k#

but its does not find any blocks as far as i can see.
hmm it was showing the same hash rate on the pools i tried as the miner was showing, but it took around 10 min for the pool to get the hash rate stabilized
was getting plenty of shares
i have run it all night on a solo p2pool node for q2c showing perfect hash rate and .5% rejects
got 15 blocks in 0.302 days with 20Mh/s
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March 14, 2014, 11:12:38 AM
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P2Pool QBT

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Version: 0bb1f4b-dirty

Pool rate: 22.4MH/s (0.0% DOA+orphan) Share difficulty: 0.00828

Node uptime: 0.307 days Peers: 0 out, 0 in

Local rate: 21.7MH/s (1.3% DOA) Expected time to share: 0.000455 hours

Shares: 1855 total (5 orphaned, 38 dead) Efficiency: 97.68%

Payout if a block were found NOW: 512 QBT to GJ4jZ2u7roXQF83nEyJK7svSZf4vGVs2st. Expected after mining for 24 hours: 496 QBT per block.

Current block value: 512 QBT Expected time to block: 0.568 hours

Share explorer

Best share: 99310cfa

Verified heads: 0d736158 731a101f aada8ce7 99310cfa ab29cea5

Heads: 0d736158 731a101f aada8ce7 99310cfa ab29cea5

Verified tails: db1b763d

Tails: db1b763d

Blocks found in last day:

Note that blocks may have been orphaned from the P2Pool chain and so not be here.

time   number   hash/explorer link   share
Fri Mar 14 2014 05:39:55 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179805   000000000c9435ae84438b1aab92f4737f090a07f1ce1b19b30751d12d54c958   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 04:38:47 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179687   000000001477b83fb950a7bc08ebd5be7bb025ff9707d4ec53d9baa2fe307611   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 03:48:28 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179575   0000000009159260bc7c3736b892f9cf02e62b9ba42e50d5378374062fe4f9c5   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 03:40:34 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179558   000000000899ebfbe9a8d5255631db7ea170aa325900bff8fa851416c083c922   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 02:53:57 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179469   0000000003b9c5a6fad8b973f7a6829333247d1097979d2ffd98a6016004d945   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 02:43:27 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179440   000000000b5f14a60dc94a861744d0ea2f6c426f00b03f3a0277f5dd86bc1ba9   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 01:43:35 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179329   000000000091af1eabb169916525862a59ca9b1e1a444a7877651b2c0d97163c   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 01:28:17 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179300   0000000013d82f0881eb266668dac7dfc599d62e4f64f6fef06a92e4dcba30f9   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 01:06:21 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179241   00000000070949defa054f0437e3356af34cc1c04f65f20215f8353910ed878e   →
Fri Mar 14 2014 00:27:31 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179168   000000000e2a256b5c3aae79afcdc133b45403272d4ee56181bbe03608fcec79   →
Thu Mar 13 2014 23:45:02 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179066   000000001cacec4c402cd805e0bbe53ca9ba4c634c2e1aa2876dcf9eed491293   →
Thu Mar 13 2014 23:40:52 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179059   0000000004fc290bf15c47df1255f663dbae09d269ac046d14e8b827e926f6ed   →
Thu Mar 13 2014 23:29:45 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179039   000000000daad91aca77d869814c0ee04a219b62ee225888575989ac68bf6747   →
Thu Mar 13 2014 23:25:32 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   179032   0000000004c0a7eb9fb6a6fffa3fba9473ccea00f9f34f17f068af719259db6b   →
Thu Mar 13 2014 23:03:33 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)   178989   0000000017a5818884a047e01b4f64e5584447e18fe1eaa75a1e320253216f54   →
Payouts if a block were found NOW:

address   amount in QBT
GJ4jZ2u7roXQF83nEyJK7svSZf4vGVs2st   512
GbNx9z4jw48XELMtGQF8DT3yNbgmMWDsYi   0
Total   512.00000000
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March 14, 2014, 12:17:13 PM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

mines but does not seem to find any blocks - so the hash rate at the pool reflects this time about < 1/3 of the rate at the miner i.e 3 mh#  turns up as about 600 to 700k#

but its does not find any blocks as far as i can see.
hmm it was showing the same hash rate on the pools i tried as the miner was showing, but it took around 10 min for the pool to get the hash rate stabilized
was getting plenty of shares
i have run it all night on a solo p2pool node for q2c showing perfect hash rate and .5% rejects
got 15 blocks in 0.302 days with 20Mh/s

ok maybe the best thing to do is try it on the same pool, but for me it seems to be submitting here but nothing is happening, could well be a pool error in this case i will try another. 

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March 14, 2014, 01:14:59 PM
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ok here is a quick dirty edit on the git
it should work on all pools for qubit and quark, but it shows an incorrect network diff
sgminer [DRK_Q2C_QRK_MYR]-Dirty.rar
i will compile a new one when PHM fixes the issue

mines but does not seem to find any blocks - so the hash rate at the pool reflects this time about < 1/3 of the rate at the miner i.e 3 mh#  turns up as about 600 to 700k#

but its does not find any blocks as far as i can see.
hmm it was showing the same hash rate on the pools i tried as the miner was showing, but it took around 10 min for the pool to get the hash rate stabilized
was getting plenty of shares
i have run it all night on a solo p2pool node for q2c showing perfect hash rate and .5% rejects
got 15 blocks in 0.302 days with 20Mh/s

ahh yes i'd say this is a case of shifting goal posts, its working on another pool, but i'd say that the Suprnova pool has made changes (to adapt to the original source) that caused this compile to not function, however it seems accurate on other pools (which would previously not work with the original),  # is accurate and blocks are being solved.

Great work, I owe you a tip, do you have a Quark address? 

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March 14, 2014, 02:59:55 PM
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I saw some guys started to test it - any results?

Hi! Just registered especially for this theme because of its significance.
So, only one of many kernels are working, the quarkcoin one.
But it's working well!
On my test 7950 it shows 1.500 M avg hashrate with 5.000 M WU.
On the site side I see increasing value of my hashrate aiming to WU. After 25 min its amount reached 3.5 M.
All diffs are acceptable with no rejects and HW errors.
Amount of diffs are 0.5 and 1.0.
Good work, Feeleep!
But this coin is not profitable even with this results for me.

does miner hashrate equals what pool was saying?

Hmm.. So to understand correctly:

The miner which gets rejected on for example suprnova works well on coinmine now and reports the correct hashrate ? no more fake shares ? and it is fixed by a tweak at stratum on coinmine only Huh

i can confirm that exactly yes - i did not download a new compile,  i used the same miner, i used it on a windows machine (only one i have) and its the first download from the topic:

works on Feeleeps SRC pool which is the Quark algo as i left it exactly and only changed the pool address .

did not work on any other Quark (or clone) pool, and gave back {share target error}  ~ < the error

Thanks guys for testing. There is still something not correct between cpuminer-gpuminer-stratum so my solution if following:
- GPU miners: diff1 = 0x000000ffff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
- CPU miners: diff1 = 0x00000000ffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

but GPU miner share is 256 time less valuable than CPU share - dont ask me why but it works. If there is anyone who have an idea let me know please.

I will set up GPU stratum port for all my quark-based coins (Quarks, Securecoin, Particle, Frozen) later today

feeleep

I'd set up a pull request to sph-sgminer on git, which fixes the "share above target" error on quarkcoin kernel and which calculates the Network diff correct.

Here is the link to Uploaded with a precompiled version.
http://ul.to/5xlcv75a

I will have a look after the "real" failure in that code.
but im not so familiar with c.

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March 15, 2014, 05:04:58 AM
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I saw some guys started to test it - any results?

Hi! Just registered especially for this theme because of its significance.
So, only one of many kernels are working, the quarkcoin one.
But it's working well!
On my test 7950 it shows 1.500 M avg hashrate with 5.000 M WU.
On the site side I see increasing value of my hashrate aiming to WU. After 25 min its amount reached 3.5 M.
All diffs are acceptable with no rejects and HW errors.
Amount of diffs are 0.5 and 1.0.
Good work, Feeleep!
But this coin is not profitable even with this results for me.

does miner hashrate equals what pool was saying?

Hmm.. So to understand correctly:

The miner which gets rejected on for example suprnova works well on coinmine now and reports the correct hashrate ? no more fake shares ? and it is fixed by a tweak at stratum on coinmine only Huh

i can confirm that exactly yes - i did not download a new compile,  i used the same miner, i used it on a windows machine (only one i have) and its the first download from the topic:

works on Feeleeps SRC pool which is the Quark algo as i left it exactly and only changed the pool address .

did not work on any other Quark (or clone) pool, and gave back {share target error}  ~ < the error

Thanks guys for testing. There is still something not correct between cpuminer-gpuminer-stratum so my solution if following:
- GPU miners: diff1 = 0x000000ffff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
- CPU miners: diff1 = 0x00000000ffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

but GPU miner share is 256 time less valuable than CPU share - dont ask me why but it works. If there is anyone who have an idea let me know please.

I will set up GPU stratum port for all my quark-based coins (Quarks, Securecoin, Particle, Frozen) later today

feeleep

I'd set up a pull request to sph-sgminer on git, which fixes the "share above target" error on quarkcoin kernel and which calculates the Network diff correct.

Here is the link to Uploaded with a precompiled version.
http://ul.to/5xlcv75a

I will have a look after the "real" failure in that code.
but im not so familiar with c.

will you be publishing the source on Git ?

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I saw some guys started to test it - any results?

Hi! Just registered especially for this theme because of its significance.
So, only one of many kernels are working, the quarkcoin one.
But it's working well!
On my test 7950 it shows 1.500 M avg hashrate with 5.000 M WU.
On the site side I see increasing value of my hashrate aiming to WU. After 25 min its amount reached 3.5 M.
All diffs are acceptable with no rejects and HW errors.
Amount of diffs are 0.5 and 1.0.
Good work, Feeleep!
But this coin is not profitable even with this results for me.

does miner hashrate equals what pool was saying?

Hmm.. So to understand correctly:

The miner which gets rejected on for example suprnova works well on coinmine now and reports the correct hashrate ? no more fake shares ? and it is fixed by a tweak at stratum on coinmine only Huh

i can confirm that exactly yes - i did not download a new compile,  i used the same miner, i used it on a windows machine (only one i have) and its the first download from the topic:

works on Feeleeps SRC pool which is the Quark algo as i left it exactly and only changed the pool address .

did not work on any other Quark (or clone) pool, and gave back {share target error}  ~ < the error

Thanks guys for testing. There is still something not correct between cpuminer-gpuminer-stratum so my solution if following:
- GPU miners: diff1 = 0x000000ffff000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
- CPU miners: diff1 = 0x00000000ffff0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

but GPU miner share is 256 time less valuable than CPU share - dont ask me why but it works. If there is anyone who have an idea let me know please.

I will set up GPU stratum port for all my quark-based coins (Quarks, Securecoin, Particle, Frozen) later today

feeleep

I'd set up a pull request to sph-sgminer on git, which fixes the "share above target" error on quarkcoin kernel and which calculates the Network diff correct.

Here is the link to Uploaded with a precompiled version.
http://ul.to/5xlcv75a

I will have a look after the "real" failure in that code.
but im not so familiar with c.

will you be publishing the source on Git ?

I'd set up a pull request on git.

So the Source is on my git:

https://github.com/DJstone/sph-sgminer

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I'd set up a pull request on git.

So the Source is on my git:

https://github.com/DJstone/sph-sgminer
here is the windows compile of that
https://mega.co.nz/#!SJgziDRL!3492BAlialjcsEgYjbkPuLjuVgQeJS3o1bq3fNRbM40
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does this work for heavycoin?

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