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Author Topic: An (even more) optimized version of cpuminer (pooler's cpuminer, CPU-only)  (Read 1954944 times)
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January 30, 2020, 03:02:08 AM
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Joblo,

There are many pool servers for many coins that use scrypt.

minerd mines altcoins through scrypt... so respectfully I'm NOT "10 years too late".
I was actually led to minerd because it mines Litecoin and ethereum natively... and both ethereum and litecoin is almost as popular as Bitcoin.
So "10 years late" should really be rephrased slightly... respectfully.

Politely, I request that if you know of another miner as strong and as current that supports mining through stratum with scrypt... please list the tools which you use and explain why your tools are better. Unfortunately, I prefer a CPU miner that can also run as a daemon from the command line. js Wink

I just with that there was a GUI to supply parameters to minerd and start/stop minerd from a control gui (or a controller that used ANSI color, in order to maintain the level of tight control... maybe to create profiles and schedule the saved profiles to run at required times of the day). Wink
 
Peace.

How about showing me the respect of reading my post before going passive-aggressive and asking
the questions I already answered? I counted 3.

1. Pooler can't mine ethereum, only sha256d and scrypt.

2. CPUs aren't "strong" enough to mine litecoin anymore, Ten years ago you could so you're ten years
too late.

3. I mentioned a good CPU miner and you also completely ignored the one in my sig.

As for your other questions, do you're own research.

I feel like listening to some Aretha Franklin.

AKA JayDDee, cpuminer-opt developer. https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5226770.msg53865575#msg53865575
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February 09, 2020, 08:39:35 PM
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Hello Pooler,

I'm not sure you read this thread anymore but you should know your scrypt CPU code is getting some
good use due to Verium which uses N = 1024**2 making it exclusive to CPU mining only.

It's currently optimized up to AVX2 but AVX512 is now available. Unfortunately I don't have
the ASM skills necessary or the understanding of your code to attempt promoting it to AVX512.

There's a big team behind Verium, they may welcome the opprtunity for a more efficient miner.

AKA JayDDee, cpuminer-opt developer. https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt
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