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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4633487 times)
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May 21, 2014, 04:52:23 AM
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Just started mining this, liking it so far, my rigs gpus have been mining for a longtime and now my cpus can get in on the action. Not a single wasted computing cycle, because ain't nobody got time for that.

Good approach. CPU coins and GPU coins can be very complimentary.

When doing this it is usually best to reduce the priority on your CPU coin BTW (using nice or the Windows equivalent) and/or reduce threads by one or two.




Thank you for the tip. not really sure what i'm doing, pointed 7 cpus to extremepool.org using that easyminer program. all Fx-6300 cpus.. they arent beasts by any measure of the imagination but it's better than nothing. extremepool says my hash rate is 19.27 H/s is that any good?

I don't know. We need a volunteer to maintain a mining hardware comparison, but I don't think anyone has stepped up to do it yet.


We just need a public google doc like this: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hTOUdJZrKqrNDXTIbXgNvJtj_fnpECREcs-eHxaGrZc/edit?pli=1#gid=256771159
being linked in the official website help

As long as it doesn't get vandalized, sure. 
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May 21, 2014, 04:56:31 AM
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Does each core from one CPU collaborate together on hashing or each core work on their own for solo mining?

Each thread/core works on its own. For example, it is fine to use multiple instances of simpleminer (a single threaded application), up to one for each hardware thread.

ohh Sh#$# i have 24 phisical cores an runing only a simpleminer instance

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May 21, 2014, 04:56:59 AM
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Error: failed to load wallet: invalid password

I can't remember setting a password for the wallet, tried all my pws. It is an "old"
bitmonero wallet with 100 coins (last updated on 2014-04-29), perhaps not compatible with monero? Or did I just lose my password?

Bumping this cause I had (have) the same problem. I'm absolutely positive I did not set a password for my wallet but it will not reopen. I mentioned it earlier in this thread but there was no reply, but now I'm thinking maybe I'm not alone. Really not sure what's happening and it's not a big deal for me personally since I didn't have many coins in my wallet, but still it is pretty frustrating.

The wallet is as good as gone. Sorry guys.
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May 21, 2014, 04:57:44 AM
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Does each core from one CPU collaborate together on hashing or each core work on their own for solo mining?

Each thread/core works on its own. For example, it is fine to use multiple instances of simpleminer (a single threaded application), up to one for each hardware thread.

ohh Sh#$# i have 24 phisical cores an runing only a simpleminer instance


You might want to get on that, My 24 is pushing about 400h/s
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May 21, 2014, 04:59:01 AM
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Anyone else think it's weird that the OP only has 8 posts? 

Is he/she the main developer?
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May 21, 2014, 05:01:16 AM
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Does each core from one CPU collaborate together on hashing or each core work on their own for solo mining?

Each thread/core works on its own. For example, it is fine to use multiple instances of simpleminer (a single threaded application), up to one for each hardware thread.

ohh Sh#$# i have 24 phisical cores an runing only a simpleminer instance


i attempted to use the multiminer but i have this error , is a pain in the ass set 24 instances of ssh
Code:
[Desarrollo01@localhost cpuminer-multi]$ ./minerd


./minerd: error while loading shared libraries: libcrypto.so.1.0.0: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory


[Desarrollo01@localhost cpuminer-multi]$ openssl version -a
OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013
built on: Wed Mar 26 02:32:35 CST 2014
platform: linux-x86_64
options:  bn(64,64) rc4(16x,int) des(idx,cisc,16,int) idea(int) blowfish(idx)
compiler: gcc -fPIC -DOPENSSL_PIC -DOPENSSL_THREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DLFCN -DH
AVE_DLFCN_H -Wa,--noexecstack -m64 -DL_ENDIAN -DTERMIO -O3 -Wall -DOPENSSL_IA32_
SSE2 -DOPENSSL_BN_ASM_MONT -DOPENSSL_BN_ASM_MONT5 -DOPENSSL_BN_ASM_GF2m -DSHA1_A
SM -DSHA256_ASM -DSHA512_ASM -DMD5_ASM -DAES_ASM -DVPAES_ASM -DBSAES_ASM -DWHIRL
POOL_ASM -DGHASH_ASM
OPENSSLDIR: "/usr/local/ssl"

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May 21, 2014, 05:06:31 AM
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Does each core from one CPU collaborate together on hashing or each core work on their own for solo mining?

Each thread/core works on its own. For example, it is fine to use multiple instances of simpleminer (a single threaded application), up to one for each hardware thread.

ohh Sh#$# i have 24 phisical cores an runing only a simpleminer instance


You might want to get on that, My 24 is pushing about 400h/s

Oh crap. And I thought my 20h/s over six cpus was nice. Guess i am only running off 1 thread each chip. Sacrebleu.

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May 21, 2014, 05:07:27 AM
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Anyone else think it's weird that the OP only has 8 posts? 

Is he/she the main developer?

Thats cause he post with his main account
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May 21, 2014, 05:15:35 AM
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Anyone else think it's weird that the OP only has 8 posts? 

Is he/she the main developer?

Thats cause he post with his main account

Which account is that?
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May 21, 2014, 05:15:42 AM
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+1

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       ............Open            Dec 1st- Dec 30th............
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May 21, 2014, 05:27:27 AM
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Anyone else think it's weird that the OP only has 8 posts?  

Is he/she the main developer?

Thats cause he post with his main account

Which account is that?

OP is just a shared account with the password known by multiple people so that any of them can update it as necessary. The main developers are tacotime, smooth, NoodleDoodle. Some needs are being contracted out, including zone117x, LucasJones, and archit for the pool, another person for a Qt GUI, and another person independently looking at the code for bugs.
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May 21, 2014, 05:28:30 AM
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WHich starting difficulty is recommended for Haswell CPUs?
I see 50, 200 and 2000 ?
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May 21, 2014, 05:29:59 AM
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Can someone explain the HUGE increase in difficulty since the coin was added to Poloniex.  The difficulty went from 275 to 108,019,043 in a little over a day!!  How is that possible?  The normal excuse is, "ooh well interest was sparked and we added new miners".  You added 392,796 times more miners in a little over a day?!? This coins isn't the easiest to mine and you're average miner is running crap CPUs because they are focused on GPU mining.  This is the type of growth you see with GPU. 


49570   108019043   18ee4f95a86f620e37b43a136de666099047297b9cfae1ce855868b5799b9355   5/20/2014, 11:28:00 PM
49397   106710107   717740f776e96910573d2e64cbcc434d4bed2ac4e7f98986eca63f16c8c15d1b   5/20/2014, 8:41:50 PM
49341   105230559   4444c28b45d196238ebec9b744811c64137da01819ff4382602f125cbb0519e3   5/20/2014, 7:35:25 PM
.....
47573   52562846   9ea499dd86fe6ae4bf0d6ab1b81485722fb9cb46e6a80e3b27ed4b6a9b02f690   5/19/2014, 6:02:03 PM
47487   52615173   7c8d71ec2ed1e159c76d17b1654bda87871b465080161675e3b0e96a1471cfc7   5/19/2014, 4:30:24 PM
47467   51996666   0d1c94237f905c1f77097c87fc4c9a1e60688160bedf490cbb821ac7d674ba1e   5/19/2014, 4:10:25 PM
47438   10000   872f9517be57c577af822824e4f11dbee1d527ccf3eb325c0b47867ed27c1ea5   5/19/2014, 3:42:15 PM
47426   10000   8f2103396f41b9c7da645b19a0abaa002c899c6e06868182771079e7eafe3b73   5/19/2014, 3:29:39 PM
47385   274      34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14   5/19/2014, 2:59:01 PM
47103   584      5631f0c6b9b63628a933ff33388cfdda8f75d3f82add7dfc07be475735afeeac   5/19/2014, 11:00:06 AM
47010   249      c38c0a493c0823a61f2c865039adbfe8e682f84a875453961290603c6129cf1e   5/19/2014, 9:28:36 AM

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks

I'm really interested in the coin but this explosive growth is really bothersome.  I'd like to get some feedback. 
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May 21, 2014, 05:32:18 AM
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Can someone explain the HUGE increase in difficulty since the coin was added to Poloniex.  The difficulty went from 275 to 108,019,043 in a little over a day!!  How is that possible?  The normal excuse is, "ooh well interest was sparked and we added new miners".  You added 392,796 times more miners in a little over a day?!? This coins isn't the easiest to mine and you're average miner is running crap CPUs because they are focused on GPU mining.  This is the type of growth you see with GPU.  


49570   108019043   18ee4f95a86f620e37b43a136de666099047297b9cfae1ce855868b5799b9355   5/20/2014, 11:28:00 PM
49397   106710107   717740f776e96910573d2e64cbcc434d4bed2ac4e7f98986eca63f16c8c15d1b   5/20/2014, 8:41:50 PM
49341   105230559   4444c28b45d196238ebec9b744811c64137da01819ff4382602f125cbb0519e3   5/20/2014, 7:35:25 PM
.....
47573   52562846   9ea499dd86fe6ae4bf0d6ab1b81485722fb9cb46e6a80e3b27ed4b6a9b02f690   5/19/2014, 6:02:03 PM
47487   52615173   7c8d71ec2ed1e159c76d17b1654bda87871b465080161675e3b0e96a1471cfc7   5/19/2014, 4:30:24 PM
47467   51996666   0d1c94237f905c1f77097c87fc4c9a1e60688160bedf490cbb821ac7d674ba1e   5/19/2014, 4:10:25 PM
47438   10000   872f9517be57c577af822824e4f11dbee1d527ccf3eb325c0b47867ed27c1ea5   5/19/2014, 3:42:15 PM
47426   10000   8f2103396f41b9c7da645b19a0abaa002c899c6e06868182771079e7eafe3b73   5/19/2014, 3:29:39 PM
47385   274      34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14   5/19/2014, 2:59:01 PM
47103   584      5631f0c6b9b63628a933ff33388cfdda8f75d3f82add7dfc07be475735afeeac   5/19/2014, 11:00:06 AM
47010   249      c38c0a493c0823a61f2c865039adbfe8e682f84a875453961290603c6129cf1e   5/19/2014, 9:28:36 AM

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks

I'm really interested in the coin but this explosive growth is really bothersome.  I'd like to get some feedback.  

Block 47385: http://monerochain.info/block/34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14

Difficulty: 49,767,061

That pool site is probably logging test network blocks, which would correspond to a separate chain, not the main Monero chain.
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May 21, 2014, 05:32:57 AM
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my hash rate is only a mere 13hash... any chances of getting anything with that?

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May 21, 2014, 05:38:28 AM
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Can someone explain the HUGE increase in difficulty since the coin was added to Poloniex.  The difficulty went from 275 to 108,019,043 in a little over a day!!  How is that possible?  The normal excuse is, "ooh well interest was sparked and we added new miners".  You added 392,796 times more miners in a little over a day?!? This coins isn't the easiest to mine and you're average miner is running crap CPUs because they are focused on GPU mining.  This is the type of growth you see with GPU.  


49570   108019043   18ee4f95a86f620e37b43a136de666099047297b9cfae1ce855868b5799b9355   5/20/2014, 11:28:00 PM
49397   106710107   717740f776e96910573d2e64cbcc434d4bed2ac4e7f98986eca63f16c8c15d1b   5/20/2014, 8:41:50 PM
49341   105230559   4444c28b45d196238ebec9b744811c64137da01819ff4382602f125cbb0519e3   5/20/2014, 7:35:25 PM
.....
47573   52562846   9ea499dd86fe6ae4bf0d6ab1b81485722fb9cb46e6a80e3b27ed4b6a9b02f690   5/19/2014, 6:02:03 PM
47487   52615173   7c8d71ec2ed1e159c76d17b1654bda87871b465080161675e3b0e96a1471cfc7   5/19/2014, 4:30:24 PM
47467   51996666   0d1c94237f905c1f77097c87fc4c9a1e60688160bedf490cbb821ac7d674ba1e   5/19/2014, 4:10:25 PM
47438   10000   872f9517be57c577af822824e4f11dbee1d527ccf3eb325c0b47867ed27c1ea5   5/19/2014, 3:42:15 PM
47426   10000   8f2103396f41b9c7da645b19a0abaa002c899c6e06868182771079e7eafe3b73   5/19/2014, 3:29:39 PM
47385   274      34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14   5/19/2014, 2:59:01 PM
47103   584      5631f0c6b9b63628a933ff33388cfdda8f75d3f82add7dfc07be475735afeeac   5/19/2014, 11:00:06 AM
47010   249      c38c0a493c0823a61f2c865039adbfe8e682f84a875453961290603c6129cf1e   5/19/2014, 9:28:36 AM

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks

I'm really interested in the coin but this explosive growth is really bothersome.  I'd like to get some feedback.  
that is my pool and it is not logging test blocks it is on the main chain

Block 47385: http://monerochain.info/block/34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14

Difficulty: 49,767,061

That pool site is probably logging test network blocks, which would correspond to a separate chain, not the main Monero chain.

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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May 21, 2014, 05:41:31 AM
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that is my pool and it is not logging test blocks it is on the main chain


I was referring to your past blocks. You clearly did prior to block 47467, since it contradicts monerochain.info. It's better to remove them.
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May 21, 2014, 05:41:37 AM
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Can someone explain the HUGE increase in difficulty since the coin was added to Poloniex.  The difficulty went from 275 to 108,019,043 in a little over a day!!  How is that possible?  The normal excuse is, "ooh well interest was sparked and we added new miners".  You added 392,796 times more miners in a little over a day?!? This coins isn't the easiest to mine and you're average miner is running crap CPUs because they are focused on GPU mining.  This is the type of growth you see with GPU.  


49570   108019043   18ee4f95a86f620e37b43a136de666099047297b9cfae1ce855868b5799b9355   5/20/2014, 11:28:00 PM
49397   106710107   717740f776e96910573d2e64cbcc434d4bed2ac4e7f98986eca63f16c8c15d1b   5/20/2014, 8:41:50 PM
49341   105230559   4444c28b45d196238ebec9b744811c64137da01819ff4382602f125cbb0519e3   5/20/2014, 7:35:25 PM
.....
47573   52562846   9ea499dd86fe6ae4bf0d6ab1b81485722fb9cb46e6a80e3b27ed4b6a9b02f690   5/19/2014, 6:02:03 PM
47487   52615173   7c8d71ec2ed1e159c76d17b1654bda87871b465080161675e3b0e96a1471cfc7   5/19/2014, 4:30:24 PM
47467   51996666   0d1c94237f905c1f77097c87fc4c9a1e60688160bedf490cbb821ac7d674ba1e   5/19/2014, 4:10:25 PM
47438   10000   872f9517be57c577af822824e4f11dbee1d527ccf3eb325c0b47867ed27c1ea5   5/19/2014, 3:42:15 PM
47426   10000   8f2103396f41b9c7da645b19a0abaa002c899c6e06868182771079e7eafe3b73   5/19/2014, 3:29:39 PM
47385   274      34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14   5/19/2014, 2:59:01 PM
47103   584      5631f0c6b9b63628a933ff33388cfdda8f75d3f82add7dfc07be475735afeeac   5/19/2014, 11:00:06 AM
47010   249      c38c0a493c0823a61f2c865039adbfe8e682f84a875453961290603c6129cf1e   5/19/2014, 9:28:36 AM

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks

I'm really interested in the coin but this explosive growth is really bothersome.  I'd like to get some feedback.  

Block 47385: http://monerochain.info/block/34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14

Difficulty: 49,767,061

That pool site is probably logging test network blocks, which would correspond to a separate chain, not the main Monero chain.

All the pools are reporting similar stats except they haven't found blocks in a while.  The one I linked had more results.  That's why I linked it.

http://moneropool.com/#pool_blocks --Block Found: about 4 hours ago

http://moneropool.org/#pool_blocks  --  Block Found: a day ago

http://monerominers.com/pool/#pool_blocks  -- 23 hours since it had a block

http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/#pool_blocks  -- Block Found: about 5 hours ago

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks  -- Block Found: about an hour ago
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May 21, 2014, 05:41:56 AM
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Can someone explain the HUGE increase in difficulty since the coin was added to Poloniex.  The difficulty went from 275 to 108,019,043 in a little over a day!!  How is that possible?  The normal excuse is, "ooh well interest was sparked and we added new miners".  You added 392,796 times more miners in a little over a day?!? This coins isn't the easiest to mine and you're average miner is running crap CPUs because they are focused on GPU mining.  This is the type of growth you see with GPU.  


49570   108019043   18ee4f95a86f620e37b43a136de666099047297b9cfae1ce855868b5799b9355   5/20/2014, 11:28:00 PM
49397   106710107   717740f776e96910573d2e64cbcc434d4bed2ac4e7f98986eca63f16c8c15d1b   5/20/2014, 8:41:50 PM
49341   105230559   4444c28b45d196238ebec9b744811c64137da01819ff4382602f125cbb0519e3   5/20/2014, 7:35:25 PM
.....
47573   52562846   9ea499dd86fe6ae4bf0d6ab1b81485722fb9cb46e6a80e3b27ed4b6a9b02f690   5/19/2014, 6:02:03 PM
47487   52615173   7c8d71ec2ed1e159c76d17b1654bda87871b465080161675e3b0e96a1471cfc7   5/19/2014, 4:30:24 PM
47467   51996666   0d1c94237f905c1f77097c87fc4c9a1e60688160bedf490cbb821ac7d674ba1e   5/19/2014, 4:10:25 PM
47438   10000   872f9517be57c577af822824e4f11dbee1d527ccf3eb325c0b47867ed27c1ea5   5/19/2014, 3:42:15 PM
47426   10000   8f2103396f41b9c7da645b19a0abaa002c899c6e06868182771079e7eafe3b73   5/19/2014, 3:29:39 PM
47385   274      34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14   5/19/2014, 2:59:01 PM
47103   584      5631f0c6b9b63628a933ff33388cfdda8f75d3f82add7dfc07be475735afeeac   5/19/2014, 11:00:06 AM
47010   249      c38c0a493c0823a61f2c865039adbfe8e682f84a875453961290603c6129cf1e   5/19/2014, 9:28:36 AM

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks

I'm really interested in the coin but this explosive growth is really bothersome.  I'd like to get some feedback.  
that is my pool and it is not logging test blocks it is on the main chain

Block 47385: http://monerochain.info/block/34abb6e069c484b0460456398884ec2350573a2933478f444b1c7e614c76bf14

Difficulty: 49,767,061

That pool site is probably logging test network blocks, which would correspond to a separate chain, not the main Monero chain.
that is my pool it is on the main chain

http://www.extremepool.org (BCN) (MRO) (QCN) (XDN) (BBR) (AEON) (ORION) (DSH) (CRR) (INF8)
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May 21, 2014, 05:46:05 AM
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All the pools are reporting similar stats except they haven't found blocks in a while.  The one I linked had more results.  That's why I linked it.

http://moneropool.com/#pool_blocks --Block Found: about 4 hours ago

http://moneropool.org/#pool_blocks  --  Block Found: a day ago

http://monerominers.com/pool/#pool_blocks  -- 23 hours since it had a block

http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/#pool_blocks  -- Block Found: about 5 hours ago

http://extremepool.org/#pool_blocks  -- Block Found: about an hour ago

As I explained, they were testing those pools on a test network with a handful of CPUs. You're welcome to load the daemon and print out blockchain data yourself to check the difficulty on the main chain. Here's the data: http://monerochain.info/charts/difficulty

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