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June 22, 2014, 07:07:56 PM
Last edit: June 22, 2014, 07:21:25 PM by dga
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zoid did you merge already?

I haven't sent the pull request yet - wanted to be sure I didn't break anything.  If you could test the version from my repo and confirm that it's happy, I'll push it a bit faster.

(I'm concerned about the bug report from cubydu right now, though.)

update:  fixing memory leak.  There will probably be a few things to fix before this is ready for prime-time.  Working on it now.

Update update:  Memory leak fixed.  Many thanks to Otila for spotting and reporting this.

Please grab the latest version out of my repository to test the fast patch:  https://github.com/dave-andersen/boolberry

Otila, I'm not familiar with the syntax of hugeadm, so I've added a log output if the miner tries to allocate hugepages and fails.  Could you let me know with (a) the memory leak fix; and (b) the printf if it is still the samehashrate, *and* is actually allocating hugepages successfully?

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June 22, 2014, 07:14:50 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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
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June 22, 2014, 07:21:16 PM
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zoid did you merge already?

I haven't sent the pull request yet - wanted to be sure I didn't break anything.  If you could test the version from my repo and confirm that it's happy, I'll push it a bit faster.

(I'm concerned about the bug report from cubydu right now, though.)

update:  fixing memory leak.  There will probably be a few things to fix before this is ready for prime-time.  Working on it now.

I am compiling now. Will let you know how it goes.
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June 22, 2014, 07:21:30 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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
Can you give me direct link for right miner and instructions?

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June 22, 2014, 07:34:09 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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
Can you give me direct link for right miner and instructions?

He is not sharing them. No one has the GPU except cbuchner1.
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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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
Can you give me direct link for right miner and instructions?

He is not sharing them. No one has the GPU except cbuchner1.
Man...You think I will believe in this?And where from koming this hashrate?From solo miners? Grin Grin

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June 22, 2014, 08:13:00 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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
Announce without download link Grin Grin Grin Mann,this is rediculous... Grin Grin Grin

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June 22, 2014, 08:16:05 PM
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Dga, I tested with PV instance now will test with HVM.

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June 22, 2014, 08:19:38 PM
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"optimized" keccak patch, 16% faster on Linux x86_64 (Core i5-2500K), gcc 4.9
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9h02pRWKaODZXBSclBITmxIWDQ/edit?pli=1

Donations: BBR @anonymous

I have other optimizations, too, patch #1 17% more on top of keccak patch, patch #2 6% on these two..  so total speedup 118 -> 170 khash/s.
Depending on donations I might share them. I have used only this one computer for mining :-(
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June 22, 2014, 08:21:54 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?

Here is the GPU announce - > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg7321076#msg7321076

Most people are solo mining. Pools do not currently offer much advantage versus solo mining.

Feel free to ask any questions but please do not call us scummers.
Can you give me direct link for right miner and instructions?

He is not sharing them. No one has the GPU except cbuchner1.
Man...You think I will believe in this?And where from koming this hashrate?From solo miners? Grin Grin

Yes.  While your name suggests you're just trolling, I will respond seriously, once. ;-)

I have over 200 EC2 instances running right now.  https://www.dropbox.com/s/38t9nydfb6e151m/Screenshot%202014-06-22%2016.01.50.png

All of them mining solo in the wallet.

The solo miner gets about 1.3mh/s on a single instance.

240*1.3mh = 312mh.  That's about 7.5% of the total nethash, and almost 8x more than the pool.

And what will really blow your mind is that I'm one of the smallest people doing the cloud mining game.  There's probably someone out there with 1000.

I expect it to cost just under 4BTC.  Until this little price downswing over the last two hours, which I'm assuming is someone artificially trying to reduce the price to play swing games, this was very reasonable.  A little scary, but my cost to acquire BBR was cheaper than buying it on Poloniex.  I list my sells high and am happy either way - either I get BBR at or below market price (which is nice), or I sell at much more than my cost (which is nice).  The big risk I'm incurring is the same as anyone else holding altcoins -- if it crashes, I'll have a huge AWS bill to pay.  It's not entirely trivial making sure that your 240 instances aren't messing up and bleeding away your money.  *shrugs*  Nothing comes for free.

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June 22, 2014, 08:27:27 PM
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"optimized" keccak patch, 16% faster on Linux x86_64 (Core i5-2500K), gcc 4.9
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9h02pRWKaODZXBSclBITmxIWDQ/edit?pli=1

Donations: BBR @anonymous

I have other optimizations, too, patch #1 17% more on top of keccak patch, patch #2 6% on these two..  so total speedup 118 -> 170 khash/s.
Depending on donations I might share them. I have used only this one computer for mining :-(


Thank you for sharing!

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The solo miner gets about 1.3mh/s on a single instance.

240*1.3mh = 312mh.  That's about 7.5% of the total nethash, and almost 8x more than the pool.
Amazon allowed 240? Here I am stuck on 5 and they are saying "service team" will check and increase the limit.
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The solo miner gets about 1.3mh/s on a single instance.

240*1.3mh = 312mh.  That's about 7.5% of the total nethash, and almost 8x more than the pool.
Amazon allowed 240? Here I am stuck on 5 and they are saying "service team" will check and increase the limit.

You have to have had an account for a while in good standing before they'll let you spend a lot.

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Otila, I'm not familiar with the syntax of hugeadm, so I've added a log output if the miner tries to allocate hugepages and fails.  Could you let me know with (a) the memory leak fix; and (b) the printf if it is still the samehashrate, *and* is actually allocating hugepages successfully?

Code:
# grep hugepage /proc/21153/maps
7f670aa00000-7f670b400000 rw-p 00000000 00:0c 15499059                   /anon_hugepage (deleted)

Code:
# grep Huge /proc/meminfo
HugePages_Total:      67
HugePages_Free:       62
HugePages_Rsvd:        0
HugePages_Surp:        0
Hugepagesize:       2048 kB

It's definitely using hugepages. hashrate is climbing..  after one hour, it's about the same as boolbd or a little faster, but not 50% faster.
I don't like the current hashrate calculation, network latency and other things cause it to be unreliable, and it would be better if it took e.g. 16 latest shares into account when calculating it.  For example using Exponentially Weighted Moving Average (Linux kernel lib/average.c).  I can provide modified ewma.c and ewma.h I have used in other projects if you want to do the rest ;-p
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The solo miner gets about 1.3mh/s on a single instance.

240*1.3mh = 312mh.  That's about 7.5% of the total nethash, and almost 8x more than the pool.
Amazon allowed 240? Here I am stuck on 5 and they are saying "service team" will check and increase the limit.

You have to have had an account for a while in good standing before they'll let you spend a lot.
I will continue investigation tomorrow.Now I need to go sleep.If I'm not right,I will say sorry about this.All I want is justice.I don't want to make FUD here.

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June 22, 2014, 08:59:54 PM
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Which is the best AWS instance type for boolberry mining?
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June 22, 2014, 09:26:04 PM
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c3.8xlarge (HVM) for enable huge pages

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Is possible to compile boolberry (or at least only simpleminer) on centos 5.8 (64bit)?
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June 22, 2014, 10:05:58 PM
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Here's some animation made from the Boolberry logo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tix3Q0rLeWo&feature=youtu.be
I credit Bitcrea for providing the logo.

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c3.8xlarge (HVM) for enable huge pages

Would you happen to have a setup guide?
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