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Author Topic: [ANN][XMY] Myriad | 0.14.2.4 | Multi-Algo, Fair, Secure  (Read 810297 times)
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August 17, 2016, 02:58:57 PM
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 where we broke 150 sats....Feeling all over again Smiley

I don`t think
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August 18, 2016, 04:34:37 AM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

The fork is gonna happen. You can see block share here on third or fourth graph down:
https://cryptap.us/myr/myrstat/
and exchanges have already all updated.

Just out of curiousity, how many daemons are you running and what type of server? I'm running myriad and two other daemons on a single core micro instance with 1 GB ram plus 2 GB of swap with no problem now (also running webserver and some couple node js servers for games). Myriad is certainly using more RAM than others, but for some reason CPU usage was worse on first time I ran it, after stopping and starting daemon again it was much better.

Good news indeed, thanks for the update.

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August 18, 2016, 11:49:53 AM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

Just out of curiousity, how many daemons are you running and what type of server?

I'm running up to 13 full node daemons at any one time on a 64bit Linux server with 8GB RAM - so it's right on the limit. Some of the wallet daemons only use 100MB of memory (611, DVC & WLC) & ~1% CPU or less - compare that to the latest XMY client that uses 1100+MB of memory & ~5-21% CPU. SYS carries a whole interactive market place on it's blockchain, but that daemon only uses 210MB of memory & 1% CPU tops, while even the 2nd most resource hungry daemon which carries an interactive multiplayer game on it's blockchain (HUC) only uses 800MB of memory & less than 1% CPU - so it's insane that a daemon that doesn't carry anywhere near the features of other clients should use the most memory & CPU resources.

I was always under the impression that updates were supposed to improve the performance & reduce system resource usage - this v11 update has done the complete opposite in every respect.

Do not trust Yobit scam exchange or shady ICO's run by known scam companies like HashCoins - they WILL steal from you:
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August 18, 2016, 12:16:03 PM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

Just out of curiousity, how many daemons are you running and what type of server?

I'm running up to 13 full node daemons at any one time on a 64bit Linux server with 8GB RAM - so it's right on the limit. Some of the wallet daemons only use 100MB of memory (611, DVC & WLC) & ~1% CPU or less - compare that to the latest XMY client that uses 1100+MB of memory & ~5-21% CPU. SYS carries a whole interactive market place on it's blockchain, but that daemon only uses 210MB of memory & 1% CPU tops, while even the 2nd most resource hungry daemon which carries an interactive multiplayer game on it's blockchain (HUC) only uses 800MB of memory & less than 1% CPU - so it's insane that a daemon that doesn't carry anywhere near the features of other clients should use the most memory & CPU resources.

I was always under the impression that updates were supposed to improve the performance & reduce system resource usage - this v11 update has done the complete opposite in every respect.

It seems to be somewhat related to the size of the unspent transaction output set. Newer clients (newer bitcoin codebase) offer this rpc call. If you check, you'll see that Myriad has an UTXO set that is close to Bitcoin's in size, and significantly larger than most/all other altcoins. I'd guess HUC is also very resource hungry for the same reason.
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August 18, 2016, 12:32:18 PM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

Just out of curiousity, how many daemons are you running and what type of server?

I'm running up to 13 full node daemons at any one time on a 64bit Linux server with 8GB RAM - so it's right on the limit. Some of the wallet daemons only use 100MB of memory (611, DVC & WLC) & ~1% CPU or less - compare that to the latest XMY client that uses 1100+MB of memory & ~5-21% CPU. SYS carries a whole interactive market place on it's blockchain, but that daemon only uses 210MB of memory & 1% CPU tops, while even the 2nd most resource hungry daemon which carries an interactive multiplayer game on it's blockchain (HUC) only uses 800MB of memory & less than 1% CPU - so it's insane that a daemon that doesn't carry anywhere near the features of other clients should use the most memory & CPU resources.

I was always under the impression that updates were supposed to improve the performance & reduce system resource usage - this v11 update has done the complete opposite in every respect.

It seems to be somewhat related to the size of the unspent transaction output set. Newer clients (newer bitcoin codebase) offer this rpc call. If you check, you'll see that Myriad has an UTXO set that is close to Bitcoin's in size, and significantly larger than most/all other altcoins. I'd guess HUC is also very resource hungry for the same reason.

Maybe, I'm not sure tbh. I don't have a problem with HUC using up so much memory simply because it pays to mine it atm, whereas if I were to run the newer XMY client I would have to free up some resources by shutting down 1 or 2 more profitable daemons to do so - so it really doesn't make any economical sense to use or mine XMY anymore.

Do not trust Yobit scam exchange or shady ICO's run by known scam companies like HashCoins - they WILL steal from you:
https://translate.google.com/translate?u=https://bitnovosti.com/2017/06/28/stop-this-for-bitcoins-sake/
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August 18, 2016, 05:08:23 PM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

same here, new version is uselessly ram hungry and even cpu gets agitated.
for me fast dgb eats -20% ram and almost negligible cpu,
slow aur requires 10 times less ram and cold cpu as well

i don't have to choose right now but if i'd have to, you see...
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August 18, 2016, 06:57:34 PM
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The fork is most likely happening today. We were back over 75% voting for v4 blocks last night, so if that's still the case a few more hours then yescrypt will activate and old clients will get kicked off the network.
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August 19, 2016, 03:42:12 AM
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MYR is forked! Start mining with your CPU now.  Grin
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August 19, 2016, 03:49:02 AM
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MYR is forked! Start mining with your CPU now.  Grin

First yescrypt blocks mined, you can join our pool.
Remember, all fee (1%) are distributed to Sea Shepheard organization

http://www.miners-pool.eu : altcoin pools DGB/SFR/MYR/GEO.
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August 19, 2016, 06:20:31 AM
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The android app has a bug that is triggered at the first yescrypt block and it will not sync past block 1764002.

Working on a fix now...

GRS:  FrFpTbfEAni5Ruf8mNdwVQazJVJaQyEM2Y
BTC:  128Ptecsv4j6NoxdBxdvGzBtipfaAarZMJ
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=336215 - Android Wallet Creation Service
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August 19, 2016, 06:27:37 AM
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The android app has a bug that is triggered at the first yescrypt block and it will not sync past block 1764002.

Working on a fix now...

MYR is forked now. Been trying this app for several times withoug knowing the due in bug fix. Alert us back when you're up with the new release. Thanks.

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August 19, 2016, 06:35:40 AM
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When is the ticker change from MYR to XMY happening yet?
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August 19, 2016, 09:57:14 AM
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yup, MYR hard forked... wait and see what it brings to as, great news.
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August 19, 2016, 11:15:17 AM
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Now, it looks to me like there is still 2.71GH/s of Qubit on ‘classic’. Assuming this is unintentional during switching phase, Myriad Qubit miners are invited to switch to mining DigiByte which actually looks to be more profitable for you at the moment anyway.
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August 19, 2016, 07:47:54 PM
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Hi,

We have XMY/MYR added to the miners multipool: www.zpool.ca

Active algos are: yescrypt, scrypt, sha256, groestl, skein

Cheers!

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August 20, 2016, 03:50:24 AM
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The android app has a bug that is triggered at the first yescrypt block and it will not sync past block 1764002.

Working on a fix now...

MYR is forked now. Been trying this app for several times withoug knowing the due in bug fix. Alert us back when you're up with the new release. Thanks.

The Myriadcoin Wallet was updated on Google Play.  Allow time to be published and updated to your device.

Or you can download here:
https://github.com/HashEngineering/myriadcoin-wallet/releases/tag/v0.11.3.1b

This will sync with the recent fork.

GRS:  FrFpTbfEAni5Ruf8mNdwVQazJVJaQyEM2Y
BTC:  128Ptecsv4j6NoxdBxdvGzBtipfaAarZMJ
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August 20, 2016, 05:23:51 AM
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Happy to see Myr reborn again
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August 20, 2016, 05:51:27 PM
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i tested the cpu yescrypt miner but it s bit slow on amd cpu

athlon2 x4 620 @3ghz  does only 0.27 x4    105W tdp
thenom2 521 3.5ghz                   0.41 x2      60w

athlon2 160   1.8ghz                   0.22 x1      20w

celeron2 g1840 2.8ghz                0.51 x2       53w




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my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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August 22, 2016, 04:28:17 AM
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I'm sticking with the v9 client simply because the new client is a resource hog & I won't be able to run it without sacrificing at least 2 other coin wallets, making it too uneconomical to mine.

If this fork happens I will be forced to stop using XMY - which is a shame.....

same here, new version is uselessly ram hungry and even cpu gets agitated.
for me fast dgb eats -20% ram and almost negligible cpu,
slow aur requires 10 times less ram and cold cpu as well

i don't have to choose right now but if i'd have to, you see...


i have to take my words back, interesting effect,
shortly after the fork, cpu and ram consumption of my xmy wallet
dropped to dgb levels, very close to dgb
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August 22, 2016, 11:28:21 AM
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Join our pool to get a myriad of XMY!

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CPU Miner (Linux):
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