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May 17, 2014, 07:32:40 AM
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More good news!

extremepool.org and moneropool.org now have working automatic payments.

The only critical feature left with node-cryptonote-pool is address validation. If a miner connects and mines shares with an invalid address, this breaks automatic payments at the moment.


Connetced to the pool and immediately found a share. However after that the process is called giving the error message:

2014-May-17 09:30:07.607308 Getting next job...
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607464 Timed out socket
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607561 READ ENDS: Connection err_code 125
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607622 Problems at read: Operation canceled
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607663 Unexpected reciec fail
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607698 Returning false because of wrong state machine. state: 5
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607745 Failed to invoke http request to  /
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607782 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....

simpleminer should be ok since I am solo mining for several days.
Any idea what is going wrong?

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May 17, 2014, 07:35:34 AM
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Connetced to the pool and immediately found a share. However after that the process is called giving the error message:

simpleminer should be ok since I am solo mining for several days.
Any idea what is going wrong?

Have you updated to the latest version?

Windows users of simpleminer with moneropool.org should update to the latest simpleminer: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B7RQILpPGrQbR1R4WDF6SVhwdW8&tid=0B7RQILpPGrQbYnF2OTA4NklrWmc

Mac users of simpleminer with moneropool.org should also update to the latest simpleminer: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B7RQILpPGrQbVXlCaHFiNEdDdG8&tid=0B7RQILpPGrQbYnF2OTA4NklrWmc

Linux users of simpleminer with moneropool.org should ensure their simpleminer was built from source after May 12th: https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero/

The downloads in the first post are too outdated to work with the long polling I've just enabled for moneropool.org. The reason I enabled long polling is because of the high amount of orphaned blocks the pool is submitting.

On a side note: I've increased minimum and starting share difficulty to 1000 because the server load was getting quite high and I don't want it to be overloaded if more hash comes online (500% optimizations expected soon).
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May 17, 2014, 07:38:36 AM
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Is there any reason to mine under Windows? Is hasrate same in Windows and Linux?



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May 17, 2014, 07:39:11 AM
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This coin is one of very few crypto that bring something new, but i think CPU mining would be a big downside. The botnet mining farm would make legit miners obsolete.

Is there any reason to mine under Windows? Is hasrate same in Windows and Linux?

Hr is supposed to be the same on both Windows and Linux.
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May 17, 2014, 07:53:14 AM
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French thread updated with the whole text from the English ANN.

Monero: the first crytocurrency to bring bank secrecy and net neutrality to the blockchain.HyperStake: pushing the limits of staking.
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May 17, 2014, 07:59:01 AM
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maybe someone can retweet this

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May 17, 2014, 08:29:23 AM
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I'm already retweet it
Hope more than more people/investor focus on MRO
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May 17, 2014, 08:51:09 AM
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I received 10M. From Reddit giveaway I suppose  Smiley. I am giving back to the community. Just tweet: #Monero internet money, true anonymity (your MRO address)
First 3 will receive 3MRO.


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May 17, 2014, 08:58:16 AM
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More good news!

extremepool.org and moneropool.org now have working automatic payments.

The only critical feature left with node-cryptonote-pool is address validation. If a miner connects and mines shares with an invalid address, this breaks automatic payments at the moment.


Connetced to the pool and immediately found a share. However after that the process is called giving the error message:

2014-May-17 09:30:07.607308 Getting next job...
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607464 Timed out socket
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607561 READ ENDS: Connection err_code 125
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607622 Problems at read: Operation canceled
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607663 Unexpected reciec fail
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607698 Returning false because of wrong state machine. state: 5
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607745 Failed to invoke http request to  /
2014-May-17 09:30:08.607782 Can't get new job! Disconnect and sleep....

simpleminer should be ok since I am solo mining for several days.
Any idea what is going wrong?



I've the same problem. Any suggestion?

Thanks
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May 17, 2014, 09:28:19 AM
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Guys, is new efficient miner available? If so, how to build it, mine, etc.? I tried to use cpuminer-multi, but only 1 minute from the start I got a couple of accepts on pool and then nothing forever. What is wrong?
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May 17, 2014, 09:29:52 AM
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More good news!

extremepool.org and moneropool.org now have working automatic payments.

The only critical feature left with node-cryptonote-pool is address validation. If a miner connects and mines shares with an invalid address, this breaks automatic payments at the moment.

Connetced to the pool and immediately found a share. However after that the process is called giving the error message:

simpleminer should be ok since I am solo mining for several days.
Any idea what is going wrong?



I've the same problem. Any suggestion?

Thanks



Downloading the current source and re-compiling fixes the issue. I am on Ubuntu linux and my former bitmonero software was compiled on 10.05.
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May 17, 2014, 09:37:28 AM
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Hi, is Monero mineable with Nvidia GPUs, or is it CPU only?
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May 17, 2014, 09:50:08 AM
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The nethash rise to double since last day because someone has a optimized cpu minning tool
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I want know how many guys using the minning tool?
And when did the DevGroup launch the new minning tool?

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Hi, is Monero mineable with Nvidia GPUs, or is it CPU only?

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May 17, 2014, 10:58:09 AM
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So, just checking in to see if I'm doing everything right:

I downloaded everything, ran the simplewallet.exe and copied the wallet address from the wallet.bin.address.txt.

it returned 441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NV pNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk. seems to be a working wallet address?

now i'm running the bitmonerod.exe and at the same time simpleminer.exe with the following .bat:
simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NVpNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk --pass x

it seems i'm mining, pool dash says i have 2.00 hash/sec, i think that's gonna go up over time. i'm running an e5 xeon 8 core 2.67 ghz.

most of the output says "getting next job.. bla bla.. job didn't change". from time to time a nice green "share submitted successfully" comes by. there were like 3 in 5 minutes.

performance monitor indicates a load around 15%. isn't this a bit low?

anyways, feedback would be welcome if everything's ok on my end. thx Smiley
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May 17, 2014, 11:00:58 AM
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Network hash is  536.61 KH/sec?

Seems to me all the pools from the OP account for a little over 1% of the network, where are these hashes coming from then?  Huh

 Cool Cool Cool

So, just checking in to see if I'm doing everything right:

I downloaded everything, ran the simplewallet.exe and copied the wallet address from the wallet.bin.address.txt.

it returned 441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NV pNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk. seems to be a working wallet address?

now i'm running the bitmonerod.exe and at the same time simpleminer.exe with the following .bat:
simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NVpNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk --pass x

it seems i'm mining, pool dash says i have 2.00 hash/sec, i think that's gonna go up over time. i'm running an e5 xeon 8 core 2.67 ghz.

most of the output says "getting next job.. bla bla.. job didn't change". from time to time a nice green "share submitted successfully" comes by. there were like 3 in 5 minutes.

performance monitor indicates a load around 15%. isn't this a bit low?

anyways, feedback would be welcome if everything's ok on my end. thx Smiley

As of now 1 simple miner instance = 1 core, just open more miner instances.

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May 17, 2014, 11:06:21 AM
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how much time to sync without the blockchain? I cant realize where to put the chain in order for the wallet to use it. srsly.

long time.

are you on windows 7 or 8? If so, it goes here: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Bitmonero\blockchain.bin

thank you very much, it synched alright, but now when I open my wallet.bin it says it couldnt connect to daemon host:8080 w/e ....

any1 help on this?

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May 17, 2014, 11:12:59 AM
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Network hash is  536.61 KH/sec?

Seems to me all the pools from the OP account for a little over 1% of the network, where are these hashes coming from then?  Huh

 Cool Cool Cool

So, just checking in to see if I'm doing everything right:

I downloaded everything, ran the simplewallet.exe and copied the wallet address from the wallet.bin.address.txt.

it returned 441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NV pNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk. seems to be a working wallet address?

now i'm running the bitmonerod.exe and at the same time simpleminer.exe with the following .bat:
simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=441NWFtLj3adEAkJBahBmQ3ErAawqFATpj9JDkAXr882LL8S8N4bA6tWGjQDPmNuFrejPCefUy4M4NVpNYq9eiZoPK3qEXk --pass x

it seems i'm mining, pool dash says i have 2.00 hash/sec, i think that's gonna go up over time. i'm running an e5 xeon 8 core 2.67 ghz.

most of the output says "getting next job.. bla bla.. job didn't change". from time to time a nice green "share submitted successfully" comes by. there were like 3 in 5 minutes.

performance monitor indicates a load around 15%. isn't this a bit low?

anyways, feedback would be welcome if everything's ok on my end. thx Smiley

As of now 1 simple miner instance = 1 core, just open more miner instances.

hey cool, a reply, thx.

so i'm just executed the .bat file another 3 times, i now have 4 simpleminer windows running. are they automatically spread out across the several cores?

i just read somehwere there's a flag for the bat file to tell simpleminer how many cores to use?
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May 17, 2014, 11:15:54 AM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

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To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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You should give this a try then. I haven't tried it myself.

 I'm using the easy-miner from the OP.

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May 17, 2014, 11:25:17 AM
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Small mining guide for people using moneropool.org

Create these 2 batch files in the same map as your simpleminer.exe

start_simpleminer.bat
Code:
:while1
    simpleminer.exe --pool-addr=moneropool.org:5555 --login=YOUR_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE  --pass 123
goto :while1
    

start_pool_mining.bat
Code:
set /p var="Number of threads: "

set /a "x = 1"
:while1
    if %x% leq %var% (
        start start_simpleminer.bat
        set /a "x = x + 1"
        goto :while1
    )

*********************************

To start mining, just double click "start_pool_mining.bat" and type in the number of threads you want to use.
If one of the threads disconnects, it will automatically try to reconnect.


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You should give this a try then. I haven't tried it myself.

 I'm using the easy-miner from the OP.

that actually worked.. i'm surprised. thx a lot!

guess i'm mining then.. pool now says i have 4.0 hash / sec.

i'll keep going and return when i need help using the actual wallet Wink

thx a lot for the help, much appreciated!
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