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June 22, 2014, 05:25:09 PM
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Hey guys!

I am joining boolberry's team!

I'm the one who worked on Boolberry's logo, but here's a bit more about me:


Good to hear you join the boolberry team.
And thanks for the nice Logo. Good work!

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June 22, 2014, 05:40:53 PM
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(herp derp - forgot to mention:  The miner speed boost from the changes in my repository requires hugepages to be enabled.  sysctl -w vm.nr_hugepages=128 ).  If you're used to yam or the xmr miner, you probably already enabled them.

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I have a problem compiling from the github repository version on Linux.
gcc 4.8.1, cmake 2.8.7 and libboost-all-dev 1.55

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Can anyone help?

What linux? 64 bit? What command for compile?

Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64 bit.
I removed the directory for tests from CMakeLists.txt and just invoked 'make'.

Try this:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577267.msg7383561#msg7383561

No, still doesn't work. What was that remark about using cmake supposed to mean?
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June 22, 2014, 05:58:12 PM
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any good pool?network hashrate is  4.3 GH/S,and best pool I found has only 28.82 MH/s... Looks like there is some closed pool or someone using unknown GPU miner. I will never believe,this hashrate komming from solo miners...

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June 22, 2014, 06:10:33 PM
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we're mining 5000-7000 coins a day

I have nothing bad to say about the dev of the miner because I would probably do the same.   But I wouldn't be surprised if people called for changes either.

I am actually surprised that not more people have optimized the miner and created GPU versions. It's a basic algorithm, much easier than CryptoNite. It's not actually hard to port to GPU.

I'm willing to provide a GPU version in ccMiner if we can get some stratum support in the pools.

But still that will exclude all the AMD folks, as ccMiner is CUDA only.

Christian

we would need to talk to LucasJones and/or Zone117x about adding stratum support.
Today i've started to work on it, hope will have some progress, I was never worked with this codebase, but hope it will be not very difficult.


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strange picture after enabled vm.nr_hugepages=128

Code:
ubuntu@ip-172-31-10-46:~/boolberry/build/release/src$ ./simpleminer  --pool-addr=10.0.0.12:7777 --login=1FUtZJ9Ao8qg1MiNa6RfRJKY4aFH885wD13Lf6U7xL4
FS58f7i6CYL58s8dg2aV8maRzzaQG1c1kCTMDw8LKAEG5LQsW7M8 --pass=z --mining-threads 32                                                                     2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353472 Mining with 32 threads
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353567 Connecting 10.0.0.12:7777....
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.600457 Connected 10.0.0.12:7777 OK
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.848150 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.724946 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8220Kb, heigh=25643
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.728325 Getting next job...


and nothing. I'm waiting 10 minutes

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June 22, 2014, 06:16:42 PM
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any good pool?network hashrate is  4.3 GH/S,and best pool I found has only 28.82 MH/s... Looks like there is some closed pool or someone using unknown GPU miner. I will never believe,this hashrate komming from solo miners...


There are a lot cloud mining, and a GPU miner. Yes it is difficult to find with normal home computer on this high Hashrate, blocks.

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June 22, 2014, 06:22:52 PM
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strange picture after enabled vm.nr_hugepages=128

Code:
ubuntu@ip-172-31-10-46:~/boolberry/build/release/src$ ./simpleminer  --pool-addr=54.88.77.214:7777 --login=1FUtZJ9Ao8qg1MiNa6RfRJKY4aFH885wD13Lf6U7xL4
FS58f7i6CYL58s8dg2aV8maRzzaQG1c1kCTMDw8LKAEG5LQsW7M8 --pass=z --mining-threads 32                                                                     2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353472 Mining with 32 threads
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353567 Connecting 54.88.77.214:7777....
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.600457 Connected 54.88.77.214:7777 OK
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.848150 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.724946 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8220Kb, heigh=25643
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.728325 Getting next job...


and nothing. I'm waiting 10 minutes

Hmmmmm.

I saw a weird delay with this pool:

Code:
2014-Jun-22 14:16:19.651043 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8260Kb, heigh=25762
2014-Jun-22 14:16:19.652170 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 14:16:39.087758 Share found: nonce=2801815 for job=619486605934798, diff: 800000

but then I realized it was because I already had a miner running. Smiley

I'm running against your pool now to test.  Anyone else seeing this problem?  I'm having a hard time reproducing.

(What version of Linux are you using? and what CPU?)

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June 22, 2014, 06:25:19 PM
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any good pool?network hashrate is  4.3 GH/S,and best pool I found has only 28.82 MH/s... Looks like there is some closed pool or someone using unknown GPU miner. I will never believe,this hashrate komming from solo miners...


There are a lot cloud mining, and a GPU miner. Yes it is difficult to find with normal home computer on this high Hashrate, blocks.
I think,all new algo developers are using their own gpu miners,to get more coins.This is the reason why people making new algos...I just want to see the justice

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June 22, 2014, 06:26:03 PM
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strange picture after enabled vm.nr_hugepages=128

Code:
ubuntu@ip-172-31-10-46:~/boolberry/build/release/src$ ./simpleminer  --pool-addr=54.88.77.214:7777 --login=1FUtZJ9Ao8qg1MiNa6RfRJKY4aFH885wD13Lf6U7xL4
FS58f7i6CYL58s8dg2aV8maRzzaQG1c1kCTMDw8LKAEG5LQsW7M8 --pass=z --mining-threads 32                                                                     2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353472 Mining with 32 threads
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353567 Connecting 54.88.77.214:7777....
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.600457 Connected 54.88.77.214:7777 OK
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.848150 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.724946 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8220Kb, heigh=25643
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.728325 Getting next job...


and nothing. I'm waiting 10 minutes

Hmmmmm.

I saw a weird delay with this pool:

Code:
2014-Jun-22 14:16:19.651043 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8260Kb, heigh=25762
2014-Jun-22 14:16:19.652170 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 14:16:39.087758 Share found: nonce=2801815 for job=619486605934798, diff: 800000

but then I realized it was because I already had a miner running. Smiley

I'm running against your pool now to test.  Anyone else seeing this problem?  I'm having a hard time reproducing.

(What version of Linux are you using? and what CPU?)


Miner runs on ec2 instance c3.8xlarge ubuntu 14.04 64

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June 22, 2014, 06:33:44 PM
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strange picture after enabled vm.nr_hugepages=128

Code:
ubuntu@ip-172-31-10-46:~/boolberry/build/release/src$ ./simpleminer  --pool-addr=10.0.0.12:7777 --login=1FUtZJ9Ao8qg1MiNa6RfRJKY4aFH885wD13Lf6U7xL4
FS58f7i6CYL58s8dg2aV8maRzzaQG1c1kCTMDw8LKAEG5LQsW7M8 --pass=z --mining-threads 32                                                                     2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353472 Mining with 32 threads
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.353567 Connecting 54.88.77.214:7777....
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.600457 Connected 54.88.77.214:7777 OK
2014-Jun-22 18:01:26.848150 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.724946 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8220Kb, heigh=25643
2014-Jun-22 18:01:31.728325 Getting next job...


and nothing. I'm waiting 10 minutes

on localhost i get this

Code:
./simpleminer --pool-addr=localhost:10102 --login=1BuwwfhPdfCBbuJKnzpL8XDugkNv4UVB9Tc7E1aVwwwVU5A3kbMWtDdEC59M3okR2g3jE18ckqNwzdj4w8X5w34qE7QLbjf --pass=z --mining-threads 42014-Jun-22 20:23:49.993683 Mining with 4 threads
2014-Jun-22 20:23:49.993900 Connecting localhost:10102....
2014-Jun-22 20:23:49.994737 Connected localhost:10102 OK
2014-Jun-22 20:23:49.998167 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 20:23:50.820426 Scratchpad received ok, size: 8261Kb, heigh=25765
2014-Jun-22 20:23:50.821087 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:24:10.921837 avg hr: 375077
2014-Jun-22 20:24:10.921897 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:24:30.969797 avg hr: 384361
2014-Jun-22 20:24:30.969871 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:24:51.022932 avg hr: 385548
2014-Jun-22 20:24:51.022982 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:25:11.081275 avg hr: 386797
2014-Jun-22 20:25:11.081343 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:25:31.135834 avg hr: 381094
2014-Jun-22 20:25:31.135910 Getting next job...
2014-Jun-22 20:25:31.138913 Numbers of blocks added to scratchpad: 1
2014-Jun-22 20:25:51.185476 avg hr: 380591
2014-Jun-22 20:25:51.185531 Getting next job...

but on extremepool i still get this (with dga´s simpleminer and sysctl -w vm.nr_hugepages=128)
issue:

Code:

./simpleminer --pool-addr=bbr.extremepool.org:5555 --login=1BuwwfhPdfCBbuJKnzpL8XDugkNv4UVB9Tc7E1aVwwwVU5A3kbMWtDdEC59M3okR2g3jE18ckqNwzdj4w8X5w34qE7QLbjf --pass=x --mining-threads 4
2014-Jun-22 20:31:01.946104 Mining with 4 threads
2014-Jun-22 20:31:01.946254 Connecting bbr.extremepool.org:5555....
2014-Jun-22 20:31:02.120736 Connected bbr.extremepool.org:5555 OK
2014-Jun-22 20:31:02.302169 Getting scratchpad...
2014-Jun-22 20:33:03.482190 Failed to invoke http request to  /json_rpc
2014-Jun-22 20:33:03.482338 Failed to get scratchpad.  Disconnecting and retryin


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is there something wrong with mining coin?? pepple are dumping

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June 22, 2014, 06:37:02 PM
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is there something wrong with mining coin??

No

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is there something wrong with mining coin??

No
people are dumping ,why ?

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June 22, 2014, 06:42:28 PM
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is there something wrong with mining coin??

No
people are dumping ,why ?
people dump people buy the world keeps spinning.

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is there something wrong with mining coin??

No
people are dumping ,why ?

take profit

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June 22, 2014, 06:43:21 PM
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Green lines it's a windows versions, as you could see optimzed version showed about 25% boost compared with original algo.
But, as the same code makes reverse effect in linux(blue lines) - optimized version works slower.

I guess it because ms compiler sucks Smiley gcc version is faster and doesn't need some manual optimization.  
But, as i talked with dga, he also had some linux specific optimizations, that makes 10-15% boost, he is going to contribute it also.


I've made some miner-specific changes because I know simpleminer better and didn't want to risk breaking the daemon.  It also uses double the scratchpad memory, which seems, again, like something fine short-term in the miner but a design that would need to be adjusted to be used as a permanent solution in the daemon.

This commit improves the speed of simpleminer on my test box by 57%.

I didn't expect the gains to be that large based upon my earlier calculations, but with the increasing scratchpad size, they actually helped a ton.

There are two important consequences of this:
  (a)  I *believe* this change will be more beneficial -- right now -- for machines with 4-8MB cache than for huge beasts like EC2 (10-20MB L3);  the big machines still have enough cache to hold the entire scratchpad, and my experiments suggest that they haven't seen the same kind of slowdown that my i7 has.

  (b)  It covers a pretty reasonable part of the gap to the very rough estimate of the gpu miner performance.  What happens there depends, of course, on what's happened with caching on the GPU as well.

https://github.com/dave-andersen/boolberry/commit/1732617f7fada01551a7f7c496e9fafeb1d66fe0

There's one drawback to doing it only in the miner, of course:  It promotes pooled mining instead of having lots of solo miners.  That's probably inevitable in the long run, because it's always easier to optimize a miner if you don't need to worry about the stability and portability of the daemon itself.  But we should probably think about letting people mine locally using simpleminer (or is it already possible and I'm being silly?) and/or whatever is developed on the stratum front, so that all miners are on the same footing whether they choose to pool or solo.

I consider this beta.  It's linux-only, and I *hope* I didn't break anything on other platforms.  Feedback appreciated - I really only have Linux and MacOS to test on.  If reports come back positive and this doesn't break building / running on windows or non-ubuntu Linux platforms, I'll submit it as a pull request to the boss.

If you get rich off of this one, *now* I'll point out where you can send a few berries.  grin.
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Happy mining!

(btw:  I've got some high-priority day job stuff to take care of for a bit.  I'll watch for huge bugs, but adding async/longpoll was delayed a bit by getting these optimizations done.  Might be next week or weekend.)

Thank you for your great job!
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June 22, 2014, 06:45:52 PM
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zoid did you merge already?

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June 22, 2014, 06:59:29 PM
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Where ANN of GPU or CUDA miner?Where ann of pools?Looks like some peopleusing some GPU/CUDA miners and closed pools,and get all boolberrys...Here are so many scummers right now...I just catched your team right now.We have 4 GH/s hashrate,and best available pool-only 30 MH/s.Are you really think,all people here are fools?

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June 22, 2014, 07:02:14 PM
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(herp derp - forgot to mention:  The miner speed boost from the changes in my repository requires hugepages to be enabled.  sysctl -w vm.nr_hugepages=128 ).  If you're used to yam or the xmr miner, you probably already enabled them.

I enabled hugepages (command "hugeadm --pool-pages-min 2MB:64" maybe a hundred times") but simpleminer now leaks memory, a lot

Code:
  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND                                                                                                   
27400 honey     20   0 6484536 4.013g   2492 S 365.2 25.8 315:42.93 simpleminer                                                                                               

four threads, Fedora 20 x86_64, Core i5-2500K.. about the same hashrate as without the patch

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