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June 12, 2014, 11:20:48 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

Seriously? Because I *might* have one. Of course, it might also be near useless.

i hope ya serious. even i would donate you some XMR for a decent working gpu miner even thou i dont have much.

Nah.

aww Wolf0 you had my hopes up there Sad
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June 12, 2014, 11:22:15 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.
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June 12, 2014, 11:25:51 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

Seriously? Because I *might* have one. Of course, it might also be near useless.
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner that is as fast or faster than Claymore's GPU miner v1.2. I give additional 0.25 XMR for every 1% it is faster than Claymore's GPU miner v1.2.  Grin
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June 12, 2014, 11:36:50 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.
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June 12, 2014, 11:41:36 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

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June 12, 2014, 11:42:20 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

you aint missing much on windows lol....... only problem for me is, the claymore gpu miner for cryptonight algo has no linux support at this current date and no real time frame for support yet otherwise i would be dumpin windows for Pimp and run it all that way. once i figure out how to use it anyway lol...
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June 12, 2014, 11:47:26 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.



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June 12, 2014, 11:58:43 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.





Nope, because readahead. I'm using it for random access, and I tell the linux kernel that with madvise(). It can be mitigated, but not entirely fixed. The reason I haven't done it is because I don't want to boot into Windows to test.

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June 13, 2014, 12:03:23 AM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.





Nope, because readahead. I'm using it for random access, and I tell the linux kernel that with madvise(). It can be mitigated, but not entirely fixed. The reason I haven't done it is because I don't want to boot into Windows to test.

Kernel readahead only applies to I/O. There is also CPU prefetch, but that is automatically detected by the hardware.

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June 13, 2014, 01:31:12 AM
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OSX 10.9.3
brew install automake autoconf curl
then git clone repo, run autogen, run no macro.pl
When exec ./configure, I got error:

./configure: line 5666: syntax error near unexpected token `,'
./configure: line 5666: `LIBCURL_CHECK_CONFIG(, 7.15.2, ,'

I have fresh install of OSX. What wrong?

Thanks.

Same issue on Ubuntu. Needed to install  libcurl4-nss-dev to fix.
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June 13, 2014, 09:10:32 AM
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Anyone have a walkthrough for getting this running on an Amazon EC2 server? (And expected performance would be nice to know.)

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June 13, 2014, 04:12:38 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.





Nope, because readahead. I'm using it for random access, and I tell the linux kernel that with madvise(). It can be mitigated, but not entirely fixed. The reason I haven't done it is because I don't want to boot into Windows to test.

Kernel readahead only applies to I/O. There is also CPU prefetch, but that is automatically detected by the hardware.



But it is I/O, because it's at least sometimes getting paged out. That's why hugepages help - they can't be.

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June 13, 2014, 05:19:36 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.





Nope, because readahead. I'm using it for random access, and I tell the linux kernel that with madvise(). It can be mitigated, but not entirely fixed. The reason I haven't done it is because I don't want to boot into Windows to test.

Kernel readahead only applies to I/O. There is also CPU prefetch, but that is automatically detected by the hardware.



But it is I/O, because it's at least sometimes getting paged out. That's why hugepages help - they can't be.

Here is my very technical answer: Windows just sucks!

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Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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June 13, 2014, 05:22:43 PM
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Anyone have a walkthrough for getting this running on an Amazon EC2 server? (And expected performance would be nice to know.)

At the market price, difficulty, and cost per hour of a spot instance, you are most likely going to loose money. If you are hell bent on trying, I would wait for the net hash to drop back down around 3 MH/s

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
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June 14, 2014, 08:16:45 AM
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Anyone have a walkthrough for getting this running on an Amazon EC2 server? (And expected performance would be nice to know.)

At the market price, difficulty, and cost per hour of a spot instance, you are most likely going to loose money. If you are hell bent on trying, I would wait for the net hash to drop back down around 3 MH/s

Do this:

sudo apt-get install git make autoconf automake libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev build-essential && git clone https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi.git && cd cpuminer-multi && CFLAGS="-march=native" ./configure && make

Didn't test it, but it should work.

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June 14, 2014, 04:40:56 PM
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Do this:

sudo apt-get install git make autoconf automake libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev build-essential && git clone https://github.com/wolf9466/cpuminer-multi.git && cd cpuminer-multi && CFLAGS="-march=native" ./configure && make

Didn't test it, but it should work.

Do this:

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When asked, choose option 2 if you are making a fresh intall, or option 7 if you are updating.

Tested and works.

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June 14, 2014, 07:16:31 PM
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win32 miner . where  Grin Grin
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win32 miner . where  Grin Grin

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June 14, 2014, 09:21:21 PM
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There are 32 bit windows binaries here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.0. You could try if the 32 bit simpleminer.exe is working.

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Any version cannot run on 1055 t. Who can help me.
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