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June 09, 2014, 07:31:16 PM
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Why i have with cpuminer-multi-wolf-06-09-2014 on i7-3770 only 130-150h/s, but with cpuminer-multi-wolf-05-29-2014 - 200h\s?
What could be the problem?

Win7 64bit
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June 09, 2014, 07:34:45 PM
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Why i have with cpuminer-multi-wolf-06-09-2014 on i7-3770 only 130-150h/s, but with cpuminer-multi-wolf-05-29-2014 - 200h\s?
What could be the problem?

Win7 64bit

Not 100% sure. Since most Win users can't compile their own binaries, I'd have to revert every commit, one by one, and build a Win64 binary for each >.<

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June 09, 2014, 10:11:37 PM
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hi wolfie, ty so much for your miner Grin and flurry! nor fury  Cheesy

im testing with i74702MQ and yeah prolly drop -5% or zero different than 5-30-2014 Cry

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June 10, 2014, 12:27:46 AM
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All of my tests were done on an AMD FX-8320 @ 4.2GHz, 8GB 1833, Win7x64, ran @ -t 7. The average is from when lightly using the computer as normal and the peak, where it spends most of its time, when left alone. Now if only I can figure out how to compile it on windows myself lol.

5/29
   Peak – 322
   Average – 270
5/30
   Peak – 312
   Average – 265
Experimental
   Peak – 328
   Average – 275
6/8
   Peak – 331
   Average – 315
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June 10, 2014, 01:39:47 AM
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All of my tests were done on an AMD FX-8320 @ 4.2GHz, 8GB 1833, Win7x64, ran @ -t 7. The average is from when lightly using the computer as normal and the peak, where it spends most of its time, when left alone. Now if only I can figure out how to compile it on windows myself lol.

5/29
   Peak – 322
   Average – 270
5/30
   Peak – 312
   Average – 265
Experimental
   Peak – 328
   Average – 275
6/8
   Peak – 331
   Average – 315

Hm, so 6/8 is better for you... now I dunno what to do.

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June 10, 2014, 01:59:47 AM
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I'd give all kinds of naughty favours for win64 binaries. With AES preferred for i7-4930k Wink Wink *nudge* *nudge*

I'll compile them soon.

I tried out the 9th of June on Win 7 64-bit and it gives a 3-4% reduction on an i5-2500k but maybe a 1% increase on an i7-4930k.

Can hugepages even be done on Windows?

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June 10, 2014, 02:05:00 AM
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Yeah hugepages can be done - the YAM miners by yvg1900 (for MMC, PTS, etc.) use hugepages and are the fastest CPU miners for the coins it mines.
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June 10, 2014, 03:25:14 AM
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I'm using GCC 4.8.2 and LD 2.23.52 compiled.
when I make , I got a error:

cpu-miner.c: In function 'miner_thread':
cpu-miner.c:1065:88: error: 'MADV_HUGEPAGE' undeclared (first use in this function)
   madvise(persistentctx, sizeof(struct cryptonight_ctx), MADV_RANDOM | MADV_WILLNEED | MADV_HUGEPAGE);

who can help me ?
thanks.
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June 10, 2014, 03:25:59 AM
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Nice!

Avast antivirus just started registering this minerd.exe as dangerous Sad

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June 10, 2014, 03:29:31 AM
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I'm using GCC 4.8.2 and LD 2.23.52 compiled.
when I make , I got a error:

cpu-miner.c: In function 'miner_thread':
cpu-miner.c:1065:88: error: 'MADV_HUGEPAGE' undeclared (first use in this function)
   madvise(persistentctx, sizeof(struct cryptonight_ctx), MADV_RANDOM | MADV_WILLNEED | MADV_HUGEPAGE);

who can help me ?
thanks.

What distro? It probably doesn't include hugepages.

Nice!

Avast antivirus just started registering this minerd.exe as dangerous Sad

AV companies do that to boost the number of malware they "found" so they look good on paper. The miner is used by malware to mine on people's computers, but instead of just tagging the actual malware, they add the miner as well.

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June 10, 2014, 03:47:01 AM
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I'm using GCC 4.8.2 and LD 2.23.52 compiled.
when I make , I got a error:

cpu-miner.c: In function 'miner_thread':
cpu-miner.c:1065:88: error: 'MADV_HUGEPAGE' undeclared (first use in this function)
   madvise(persistentctx, sizeof(struct cryptonight_ctx), MADV_RANDOM | MADV_WILLNEED | MADV_HUGEPAGE);

who can help me ?
thanks.

What distro? It probably doesn't include hugepages.

Nice!

Avast antivirus just started registering this minerd.exe as dangerous Sad

AV companies do that to boost the number of malware they "found" so they look good on paper. The miner is used by malware to mine on people's computers, but instead of just tagging the actual malware, they add the miner as well.

CentOS6.3 x64
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June 10, 2014, 04:28:26 AM
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I'm using GCC 4.8.2 and LD 2.23.52 compiled.
when I make , I got a error:

cpu-miner.c: In function 'miner_thread':
cpu-miner.c:1065:88: error: 'MADV_HUGEPAGE' undeclared (first use in this function)
   madvise(persistentctx, sizeof(struct cryptonight_ctx), MADV_RANDOM | MADV_WILLNEED | MADV_HUGEPAGE);

who can help me ?
thanks.

What distro? It probably doesn't include hugepages.

Nice!

Avast antivirus just started registering this minerd.exe as dangerous Sad

AV companies do that to boost the number of malware they "found" so they look good on paper. The miner is used by malware to mine on people's computers, but instead of just tagging the actual malware, they add the miner as well.

CentOS6.3 x64

Second report I've gotten of CentOS not working... I think the first was fixed by updating glibc.

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June 10, 2014, 04:49:28 AM
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Not 100% sure. Since most Win users can't compile their own binaries, I'd have to revert every commit, one by one, and build a Win64 binary for each >.<
I always thought that the binary one for a particular type of Windows. Why did they each compile?
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June 10, 2014, 04:59:01 AM
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I'm using GCC 4.8.2 and LD 2.23.52 compiled.
when I make , I got a error:

cpu-miner.c: In function 'miner_thread':
cpu-miner.c:1065:88: error: 'MADV_HUGEPAGE' undeclared (first use in this function)
   madvise(persistentctx, sizeof(struct cryptonight_ctx), MADV_RANDOM | MADV_WILLNEED | MADV_HUGEPAGE);

who can help me ?
thanks.

What distro? It probably doesn't include hugepages.

Nice!

Avast antivirus just started registering this minerd.exe as dangerous Sad

AV companies do that to boost the number of malware they "found" so they look good on paper. The miner is used by malware to mine on people's computers, but instead of just tagging the actual malware, they add the miner as well.

CentOS6.3 x64

Second report I've gotten of CentOS not working... I think the first was fixed by updating glibc.


many thanks!
I will try...
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June 10, 2014, 07:35:28 AM
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Not 100% sure. Since most Win users can't compile their own binaries, I'd have to revert every commit, one by one, and build a Win64 binary for each >.<
I always thought that the binary one for a particular type of Windows. Why did they each compile?

I'd need to, to find out which commit slowed it down - but now some people are reporting it's faster...

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June 10, 2014, 12:01:34 PM
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I'd give all kinds of naughty favours for win64 binaries. With AES preferred for i7-4930k Wink Wink *nudge* *nudge*

I'll compile them soon.

I tried out the 9th of June on Win 7 64-bit and it gives a 3-4% reduction on an i5-2500k but maybe a 1% increase on an i7-4930k.

Can hugepages even be done on Windows?

What speed you get with an i7 4930k?

There is a difference with a i7 3930K?

I'm curious to find out the speed of the new processor i7 4970k! Grin About 400/500 h/s?  Shocked Cool

Wink

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June 10, 2014, 01:20:51 PM
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I'd give all kinds of naughty favours for win64 binaries. With AES preferred for i7-4930k Wink Wink *nudge* *nudge*

I'll compile them soon.

I tried out the 9th of June on Win 7 64-bit and it gives a 3-4% reduction on an i5-2500k but maybe a 1% increase on an i7-4930k.

Can hugepages even be done on Windows?

What speed you get with an i7 4930k?

There is a difference with a i7 3930K?

I'm curious to find out the speed of the new processor i7 4970k! Grin About 400/500 h/s?  Shocked Cool

Wink

It's only about 250 my dear friend, I'm using Windows 7, the real speeds are in Linux. Sad

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What are the speed differences in Linux from Windows? Might try Ubuntu again if the speed increase is worth it.
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June 10, 2014, 04:19:24 PM
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I'd give all kinds of naughty favours for win64 binaries. With AES preferred for i7-4930k Wink Wink *nudge* *nudge*

I'll compile them soon.

I tried out the 9th of June on Win 7 64-bit and it gives a 3-4% reduction on an i5-2500k but maybe a 1% increase on an i7-4930k.

Can hugepages even be done on Windows?

What speed you get with an i7 4930k?

There is a difference with a i7 3930K?

I'm curious to find out the speed of the new processor i7 4970k! Grin About 400/500 h/s?  Shocked Cool

Wink

It's only about 250 my dear friend, I'm using Windows 7, the real speeds are in Linux. Sad

thanks!

And what's the difference?

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