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May 03, 2014, 09:23:09 AM
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rpcport=17772 is correct, did you use rpcserver=1 and listen=1 in your conf file?

Sample: name: diamond.conf

Code:
rpcuser=sdkfjskdfjsdlf
rpcpassword=asdfsdfmsdfsdjfdfhsjdhfksdhfksdhf
rpcport=17772
rpcallowip=192.168.1.*
server=1
listen=1
daemond=1


I have tried everything. The daemon ends up not compiled so I must use the Qt-client. It syncs finally fine after I copy all the blockchain and txdb stuff in .Diamond folder. But I can't get my miners connect to the client to mine. Hier my .conf file:

Code:
rpcport=17772
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16
addnode=193.68.21.19
addnode=46.105.118.226
addnode=173.192.30.91
addnode=74.214.44.249
addnode=100.1.82.147
addnode=95.58.156.139

listen=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100

# Enable RPC
server=1
daemon=1
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.0.*

# RPC information
rpcuser=abc
rpcpassword=xyz
rpcthreads=30

# Mining
gen=0

I got Connection refused when I tried to connect to 17772 port and time out error when connect to 17771 port.  Huh
Very confusing and frustrating indeed.
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May 03, 2014, 09:30:57 AM
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I also had problems with my original conf file, which is basically the same file I use to mine every other coin on the planet, including groestlcoin. When I used the sample conf file it worked. Try it.

rpcuser=whatever you like
rpcpassword=whatever you like
rpcport=17772
rpcallowip=*
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
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May 03, 2014, 09:43:36 AM
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short update:

until yet all tests are good no single crash in new release candidate

give us a bit more time testing we release wallet in a few hours
we wana get the tooltip bugfix into this release too while we testing it allready regarding stability

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May 03, 2014, 10:15:18 AM
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With regard to pools, wouldn't one of the existing GRS pools like cryptohunger be able to knock one up in 5 minutes? Same algo, just different coin name or am I missing something? 

With regard to my experiences with the new wallet, downloads and first sync were fine but as soon as I changed anything (wallet.dat, diamond.conf) it crashed with the errors already mentioned. If anyone is having problems try these steps:
0. Delete everything and start again (except pre groestl wallet.dat - put that somewhere safe)
1. run diamond qt.
2. Close diamond qt
3. Install wallet.dat and diamond.conf in roaming folder
4. Only then install block chain and db downloads.
5. run and sync diamond qt
6. Solo mine Smiley


this is only helping shorttime database seems to get corrupted after longer use
Exactly what my testing and limited knowledge was leading me to think.


we will release soon a updatet wallet that use old style database a bit slower at startup but stable
Stable is better than fast. I don't mind waiting a bit longer on startup as long as it performs once started. I'll take known-good over beta any day!  Wink


we are sorry for the additional work u all have to go through until u run a stable wallet again
No prob. It's Murphy's Law, and shit happens.


i can gurantee we will not stop working until last bug fixed
Like the fantastic team you are!!


and then go beyond and implement new features in comming weeks and months
Price is holding solid too and looks ready to rocket. 0.0023 is the next stop. Grin

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May 03, 2014, 10:33:40 AM
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Another test complete:

Delete everything and start again, run diamond qt. then install wallet.dat in roaming folder, install block chain and db downloads, run and sync diamond qt.

Runs forever without problems (3 hours in my test) as long as you don't close the program.

As soon as you close the client/wallet and restart, you get the crash error.



Going to do a manual online sync now.

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May 03, 2014, 10:43:11 AM
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Going to do a manual online sync now.

That's what i did. Deleting everything and sync over night.
Now i'm solo mining for about 2 hours. I hope it is stable until the new wallet is released.
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May 03, 2014, 11:22:57 AM
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Hi daishi. Could you connect your miner to your wallet? Did you success compile the daemon in linux? Which port did you use?
Thanks

Yes of course i could connect my miner to the wallet. I've allready found some blocks. I'm sorry, but i don't use linux.

That's my diamond config

Code:
listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcallowip=*
rpcuser=insertwhatyouwant
rpcpassword=insertwhatyouwant
rpcport=17772
addnode=213.229.0.41
addnode=193.77.159.166
addnode=113.168.158.16


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May 03, 2014, 12:44:24 PM
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AizenSou, you are being a little unfair to the devs.  The early release was forced on them before they were ready. I'm an experienced solo miner but it still took me at least 2 hours to get everything sorted out. Being in a time zone that made me miss the first 7 or 8 hours of the release was also bad luck for me.  

Shit happens, live with it.  They tried to be as fair as possible but it is not a perfect world.  Yes, experienced miners in the right time zone took advantage of the imperfections of the new wallet. I would have too if I hadn't been asleep. They might be called diamonds but they are only worth 40-50 cents each.  So you really haven't lost out all that badly Smiley
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May 03, 2014, 01:04:51 PM
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AizenSou, you are being a little unfair to the devs.  The early release was forced on them before they were ready. I'm an experienced solo miner but it still took me at least 2 hours to get everything sorted out. Being in a time zone that made me miss the first 7 or 8 hours of the release was also bad luck for me.  

Shit happens, live with it.  They tried to be as fair as possible but it is not a perfect world.  Yes, experienced miners in the right time zone took advantage of the imperfections of the new wallet. I would have too if I hadn't been asleep. They might be called diamonds but they are only worth 40-50 cents each.  So you really haven't lost out all that badly Smiley

Hi johndec2, I don't wan to complain but it's very frustrating because I almost didn't sleep last night trying to get the daemon to compile. It failed and I tried the wallet. The wallet got compiled but miners didn't connect. Many core APIs were not available in the debug console. I know the devs are under pressure but IMHO a broken code shouldn't be released at all. A delay won't make users angry more than wasted time trying to get thing done but failed instead.

Sorry if I sounded harsh.

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May 03, 2014, 01:18:57 PM
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AizenSou, you are being a little unfair to the devs.  The early release was forced on them before they were ready. I'm an experienced solo miner but it still took me at least 2 hours to get everything sorted out. Being in a time zone that made me miss the first 7 or 8 hours of the release was also bad luck for me.  

Shit happens, live with it.  They tried to be as fair as possible but it is not a perfect world.  Yes, experienced miners in the right time zone took advantage of the imperfections of the new wallet. I would have too if I hadn't been asleep. They might be called diamonds but they are only worth 40-50 cents each.  So you really haven't lost out all that badly Smiley

Hi johndec2, I don't wan to complain but it's very frustrating because I almost didn't sleep last night trying to get the daemon to compile. It failed and I tried the wallet. The wallet got compiled but miners didn't connect. Many core APIs were not available in the debug console. I know the devs are under pressure but IMHO a broken code shouldn't be released at all. A delay won't make users angry more than wasted time trying to get thing done but failed instead.

Sorry if I sounded harsh.

Regards,

We tested wallet half to a day before release it to people. You should know that: test environment is very different from in real life. You can't cover all cases and we did try as much as possible. We always want to do the best for miners, who go with us, believe us, trust us and fell sorry when we made a mistake.
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May 03, 2014, 03:24:19 PM
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How does people get 7mh hash rate one 280x?

i am running with this setting on 280x core/mem 1027/1250

--lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 -I 20 -w 256

the best  i can get is 2.1mh

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May 03, 2014, 03:47:08 PM
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"Fair" would be to roll back everything to block 386228, wouldn't you say? That would be best for the community at large by rewarding everyone who was troubleshooting for the good of all, wouldn't it?



everyone had his chance to mine noone got any advantage
after like 30 mined blocks the wallet was posted for everyone to be used
a few minutes later diff did raise and show people where joining the mining

if someone cant set up solomine
if someone have no access to a windows pc
if someones wallet crashed more that the other ones
is that unfair?


what did others gain
what he lost?

if u didnt mine diamonds last few weeks and months
when diamond difficulty was low as hell
should we rollback because u lost something?

if u didnt mine last day where difficulty was very high after a short time already
should we rollback?

what u expect from a rollback?
easy diamonds from beeing one of the first miner?

diamond is not that kind of coin
after restart network it needed like 3 blocks until diff was adjusted to be at 1 dmd per minute there was no unfair fast mining


the mining rewards will stay for sure at least 1 1/2 years at the same 1 dmd each block until 1500000 total coins reached

that i call fair

network stay running in current blockchain

i post a crashfixed wallet in a few minutes
ui glitch (white mouseovers) isnt fixed will follow in later wallet
for now stability wallet release is more important that wait a lot more hours

as announced by pit_DMD linux wallet and source and some support to compile own linux wallets will follow

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May 03, 2014, 03:47:18 PM
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How does people get 7mh hash rate one 280x?

i am running with this setting on 280x core/mem 1027/1250

--lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 -I 20 -w 256

the best  i can get is 2.1mh

it's really strange, got 11 MHs on an old HD5970 - my HD7950 = 5.3 MHs, HD7970 = 7.1 MHs...


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May 03, 2014, 03:51:41 PM
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How does people get 7mh hash rate one 280x?

i am running with this setting on 280x core/mem 1027/1250

--lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 -I 20 -w 256

the best  i can get is 2.1mh

it's really strange, got 11 MHs on an old HD5970 - my HD7950 = 5.3 MHs, HD7970 = 7.1 MHs...



its not strange
its know that 59xx cards have very high performance on groestl algo

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May 03, 2014, 03:59:19 PM
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STABILITY PATCHED WALLET
(not mandatory but strongly suggested)

new Blockchain database file (in old database format which solve crashes) (only use with wallet below)
https://mega.co.nz/#!qZxFhRwI!OhpHJXjhWC2F17XkKiiBuXKxvN9Wk4uD_z8Td1MtoBA
to use this leave only diamond.conf and wallet.dat in your appdata/diamond folder
and extract this files there

new windows QT wallet (only use with blockchain posted above)
https://mega.co.nz/#!iRIlTIbT!VmRZXk85PO5121zDwPz5Xj92Lg8KvyYTJ29kM91-G3o
stable but ui glitches with white mouseover. fix will follow soon


source (temp until we push it up to official dmdcoin github)
source updated https://github.com/pitdmd/DMD_Pit


please send any error reports towards our support staff via link below
ONLY WITH LATEST BLOCKCHAIN AND WALLET -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=580725.msg6526277#msg6526277
that make it easyer for us to track errors and fix them
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=324653

dont expect a reply on every PM
dont express opinions or feedback there
just facts for fix wallet troubles

thx for understanding

for any feedback/opinions use this btt thread
we try our best to fix reported issues asap




source updated https://github.com/pitdmd/DMD_Pit (source (temp until we push it up to official dmdcoin github))

precompiled linux diamondd headless wallet
https://mega.co.nz/#!XI5QlAzJ!xKD4JtMLpJPAGdf0rAmiwARkZfdYRAO9fE3BcL71NAU


please keep in mind pool need custom stratum u need to be groestl combatible stratum
and u need to be foundation share compatible

here some point to start researching regarding needed foundation stratum changes
only interesting for people who setup a pool https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=581065.920

regarding groestl stratum changes please pool owner with already running groestlpool share their knowledge

WITHOUT FIXED STRATUM POOLS WONT GET ACCEPTED BLOCKS!


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May 03, 2014, 04:07:39 PM
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How does people get 7mh hash rate one 280x?

i am running with this setting on 280x core/mem 1027/1250

--lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 -I 20 -w 256

the best  i can get is 2.1mh

it's really strange, got 11 MHs on an old HD5970 - my HD7950 = 5.3 MHs, HD7970 = 7.1 MHs...


isnt 5970 a card with 2x5870 chip? if so then even 5870 get the same hash rate as 7950

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May 03, 2014, 04:09:44 PM
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How does people get 7mh hash rate one 280x?

i am running with this setting on 280x core/mem 1027/1250

--lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 -g 2 -I 20 -w 256

the best  i can get is 2.1mh

it's really strange, got 11 MHs on an old HD5970 - my HD7950 = 5.3 MHs, HD7970 = 7.1 MHs...


isnt 5970 a card with 2x5870 chip? if so then even 5870 get the same hash rate as 7950


Here is a post a few pages back:

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May 03, 2014, 04:27:22 PM
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"Fair" would be to roll back everything to block 386228, wouldn't you say? That would be best for the community at large by rewarding everyone who was troubleshooting for the good of all, wouldn't it?



everyone had his chance to mine noone got any advantage
after like 30 mined blocks the wallet was posted for everyone to be used
a few minutes later diff did raise and show people where joining the mining

if someone cant set up solomine
if someone have no access to a windows pc
if someones wallet crashed more that the other ones
is that unfair?


what did others gain
what he lost?

if u didnt mine diamonds last few weeks and months
when diamond difficulty was low as hell
should we rollback because u lost something?

if u didnt mine last day where difficulty was very high after a short time already
should we rollback?

what u expect from a rollback?
easy diamonds from beeing one of the first miner?

diamond is not that kind of coin
after restart network it needed like 3 blocks until diff was adjusted to be at 1 dmd per minute there was no unfair fast mining


the mining rewards will stay for sure at least 1 1/2 years at the same 1 dmd each block until 1500000 total coins reached

that i call fair

network stay running in current blockchain

i post a crashfixed wallet in a few minutes
ui glitch (white mouseovers) isnt fixed will follow in later wallet
for now stability wallet release is more important that wait a lot more hours

as announced by pit_DMD linux wallet and source and some support to compile own linux wallets will follow


I'm surprised by that response.

First, because my suggestion was so far fetched to begin with such that a smiley face would have been enough to put it down (and any implementation would have been truly revolutionary from the community ethic standpoint).

Second, because no-one would have even thought to include anything outside of this specific launch period in their counter-argument (what does anything about whether someone mined or not prior to block 386228 have to do with it? what does anything about the future have to do with it? we're talking about a specific period of time where only the selfish have benefited).

Third, because, at the end of the day, it is a response that ultimately defends (albeit poorly argued with irrelevant arguments) the position of the selfish miner who did not think of the community, and it ignores those who put the community first (think about it, who would benefit from your logic if such a revolutionary idea were indeed to be seriously contemplated? the selfish miner or the community contributor? - again, during this period of time from block 386228 to now, or whenever we do get the DMD network up and running)

None of that is to say that those are/were your intentions, but a very serious inference can be taken from your words.

As I said, I'm very surprised by that reply. It's very out of character for you.

And it's just not true that everyone had his chance to mine and that none got any advantage. To say that suggests a complete disconnect with the reality behind the current issue and situation.

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May 03, 2014, 05:21:43 PM
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STABILITY PATCHED WALLET
(not mandatory but strongly suggested)

new Blockchain database file (in old database format which solve crashes) (only use with wallet below)
https://mega.co.nz/#!qZxFhRwI!OhpHJXjhWC2F17XkKiiBuXKxvN9Wk4uD_z8Td1MtoBA
to use this leave only diamond.conf and wallet.dat in your appdata/diamond folder
and extract this files there

new windows QT wallet (only use with blockchain posted above)
https://mega.co.nz/#!iRIlTIbT!VmRZXk85PO5121zDwPz5Xj92Lg8KvyYTJ29kM91-G3o


Awesome work it is not crashing for me solo mining! Well at least not yet Tongue the other wallet worked for a few hours.
I am sure this was a very quick patch just reporting that any of the hover bubbles that pop up appear blank.

Edit: They are not blank. Text is just very close to the same color as the bubble.

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May 03, 2014, 05:40:42 PM
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Found block with updated wallet looking good.  Grin

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