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May 14, 2014, 11:20:54 PM
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@SuperComputing, thanks for sharing ! Pls post your address  Smiley
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May 15, 2014, 12:24:23 AM
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Supercomputing, that's amazing man!

Thanks...
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May 15, 2014, 12:56:03 AM
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Hi guys,

I am very confused now... So it seems maxmad will not be making solominer.

Which miner is recommended to use now? xpmminer or maxmad's xpmclient?

And what pool to use? eXtremal's private pool (5%) or should I compile maxmad's xpmpool? Which miner works for eXtremal's pool?
I don't need a detailed guide but even after compiling xpmpool's successfully there are prestsql user/role to set and not successful to initDb...

Thanks!

P.S. To MaxMad, I've just sent the 4.87XPM I mined with your server last week to you, which are all I've got in the wallet Cheesy
I need to get the miner working to donate more  Grin

I hope madmax is working on this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602292.msg6689199#msg6689199

As for those who wants it now, you could either use eXtremal's pool, compile xpmpool or get SuperComputing to share his code/binary:


How to convert the Pool Sever into a Solo Pool Server -  without a web/database server.

Please make the following changes in the pool.cpp file and recompile:
.../xpmpool-master/primeserver/src/pool.cpp

Comment out the following code:

Line 30: //mBackend = 0;
Line 94: //mBackend = zsocket_new(ctx, ZMQ_DEALER);
Line 100: //zsocket_set_sndhwm(mBackend, 1*1000*1000);
Line 113: //err = zsocket_connect(mBackend, "tcp://localhost:8888");
Line 150: //zsocket_destroy(ctx, mBackend);
Line 344: //SendData(iter->second, mBackend);
Line 367: //SendData(mData, mBackend);
Line 569: //SendData(mData, mBackend);
Line 698: //mBackend = new PoolBackend(pwallet);
Line 750: //delete mBackend;

Change the following code as shown below:

Line 709: mMinShare = 7;//mBackend->Settings().MinShare;
Line 710: mTarget = 10;//mBackend->Settings().Target;

Recompile the pool server and you can now solo mine. Configure xpmclient miner with your XPM payout address (not used - key pool from your wallet.dat file will be used as usual)

Happy Mining
where is this pool.cpp file?

edit i find https://github.com/madMAx43v3r/xpmpool/blob/master/primeserver/src/pool.cpp  so after changing these what should i do?
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May 15, 2014, 02:25:36 AM
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Hi guys,

I am very confused now... So it seems maxmad will not be making solominer.

Which miner is recommended to use now? xpmminer or maxmad's xpmclient?

And what pool to use? eXtremal's private pool (5%) or should I compile maxmad's xpmpool? Which miner works for eXtremal's pool?
I don't need a detailed guide but even after compiling xpmpool's successfully there are prestsql user/role to set and not successful to initDb...

Thanks!

P.S. To MaxMad, I've just sent the 4.87XPM I mined with your server last week to you, which are all I've got in the wallet Cheesy
I need to get the miner working to donate more  Grin

I hope madmax is working on this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602292.msg6689199#msg6689199

As for those who wants it now, you could either use eXtremal's pool, compile xpmpool or get SuperComputing to share his code/binary:


How to convert the Pool Sever into a Solo Pool Server -  without a web/database server.

Please make the following changes in the pool.cpp file and recompile:
.../xpmpool-master/primeserver/src/pool.cpp

Comment out the following code:

Line 30: //mBackend = 0;
Line 94: //mBackend = zsocket_new(ctx, ZMQ_DEALER);
Line 100: //zsocket_set_sndhwm(mBackend, 1*1000*1000);
Line 113: //err = zsocket_connect(mBackend, "tcp://localhost:8888");
Line 150: //zsocket_destroy(ctx, mBackend);
Line 344: //SendData(iter->second, mBackend);
Line 367: //SendData(mData, mBackend);
Line 569: //SendData(mData, mBackend);
Line 698: //mBackend = new PoolBackend(pwallet);
Line 750: //delete mBackend;

Change the following code as shown below:

Line 709: mMinShare = 7;//mBackend->Settings().MinShare;
Line 710: mTarget = 10;//mBackend->Settings().Target;

Recompile the pool server and you can now solo mine. Configure xpmclient miner with your XPM payout address (not used - key pool from your wallet.dat file will be used as usual)

Happy Mining
where is this pool.cpp file?

edit i find https://github.com/madMAx43v3r/xpmpool/blob/master/primeserver/src/pool.cpp  so after changing these what should i do?

Are you trolling? It clearly says what to do
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May 15, 2014, 02:41:18 AM
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That's the guy who actively wanted to bring this pool down with DDOS and whatnot...or at least he claimed to be.
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May 15, 2014, 03:14:30 AM
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That's the guy who actively wanted to bring this pool down with DDOS and whatnot...or at least he claimed to be.

Yes. Rather unfortunate to have such individuals in this world.

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May 15, 2014, 03:42:27 AM
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That's the guy who actively wanted to bring this pool down with DDOS and whatnot...or at least he claimed to be.

Yes. Rather unfortunate to have such individuals in this world.



He was cheering for madMAx's pool to go down, now he wants help with the solo miner. That's irony in it self, really ungrateful.

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May 15, 2014, 06:03:49 AM
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That's the guy who actively wanted to bring this pool down with DDOS and whatnot...or at least he claimed to be.

Yes. Rather unfortunate to have such individuals in this world.



He was cheering for madMAx's pool to go down, now he wants help with the solo miner. That's irony in it self, really ungrateful.

You can't even downvote MF.
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May 15, 2014, 06:39:24 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081
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May 15, 2014, 06:58:01 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081

You are a lot weird you know that right
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May 15, 2014, 07:01:40 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081

You are a lot weird you know that right
why dont you just join ypool   Grin  ?
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May 15, 2014, 07:07:01 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081

You are a lot weird you know that right
why dont you just join ypool   Grin  ?

Because i have my own pool! why don't you just go get some help with your mind.

You are clearly unwell and by clearly, i mean, you think you are fine but everyone can see you are not
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May 15, 2014, 07:15:28 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081
What's your interest to publish pool address?
Yesterday I post something mining statistics, now we have another statistics, 1 rat from ~20-25 users - 4-5% rats  Grin

To all: difficulty more than 10.95, move please to 11ch version, after 24 hours accounting will be adjusted. A big part of shared produces by 10ch version are empty now.

Open source ZEC/XPM mining pool: http://coinsforall.io
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May 15, 2014, 07:31:07 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081

You are a lot weird you know that right
why dont you just join ypool   Grin  ?

Because i have my own pool! why don't you just go get some help with your mind.

You are clearly unwell and by clearly, i mean, you think you are fine but everyone can see you are not

He is clearly unwell. He is asking ppl to join ypool yet ypool's jh00 said he tried to ddos them as well and jh00 has blocked his ID.

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May 15, 2014, 09:17:03 AM
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lol thats funny here is the private pool adress     Grin  :  http://89.179.126.88:8081

You are a lot weird you know that right
why dont you just join ypool   Grin  ?

Because i have my own pool! why don't you just go get some help with your mind.

You are clearly unwell and by clearly, i mean, you think you are fine but everyone can see you are not

He is clearly unwell. He is asking ppl to join ypool yet ypool's jh00 said he tried to ddos them as well and jh00 has blocked his ID.


lol i didnt ddos ypool and why should i?After many ddos atacks he bought a well protected firewall.Btw  jh00 tried to scam people before and he cried me about it.Now he tries do the same thing with xpm.If you dont belive come to ypool chat and check how many people complain:They cant get cashout their xpms for 5 days at least.I dont know what will be his excuse this time.Btw he cant block me Cheesy
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May 15, 2014, 09:20:48 AM
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meh i'm just putting this guy on ignore and moving on i really don't need to see his dribble.

Either its a culture disconnection and or a language barrier. Whatever it is i think the guy is unstable and i really don't wanna entertain it anymore if you ignore them they usually go away
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May 15, 2014, 01:10:21 PM
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I am trying to get the server figured out, but would prefer a solo version with no fees.  Is anyone working on this?
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May 15, 2014, 01:43:33 PM
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need primeserver and webserver use the same database and user?
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May 15, 2014, 02:06:12 PM
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need primeserver and webserver use the same database and user?
Same database, users can be different.

Open source ZEC/XPM mining pool: http://coinsforall.io
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May 15, 2014, 02:56:16 PM
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need primeserver and webserver use the same database and user?
Same database, users can be different.
got it thank you
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