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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 595366 times)
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September 26, 2014, 09:47:50 AM
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This will automatically restart your miner if it crashes.

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unfortunately windows pops up with a box to tell you its crashed and it doesn't restart  till you click "ok"

anyone know how to disable this dialogue box?
the solution is a few pages back

not that i can see! all there is is use a script which I'm using however windows informs you of the crash before the loop restarts so it hangs until you confirm that it's crashed

if you could quote said post that overcomes this i'd be grateful
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September 26, 2014, 11:35:11 AM
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Also if anyone is getting the "miner.exe has stopped working" error message, that prevents the windows scrypt from restarting the miner.

Then look at this answer from server fault. It fixed the issue for me and the miner restarts itself on windows now.

http://serverfault.com/questions/345292/completely-disable-this-program-has-stopped-working-etc-dialog


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September 26, 2014, 01:14:48 PM
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I know it's early days yet, but has anyone started talking to any exchanges yet? 

And is anyone working on a faucet?  I'm willing to donate some coins to a faucet.

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September 26, 2014, 02:11:06 PM
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Sorry guys, it is not the same code I was looking at earlier today. The code has been enhanced to include a sieve, and without it, the search was extremely inefficient. Sometime today or tomorrow I am going to experiment with a small primorial and compile the code using the GMP library and release the source. Some of you will see a decent increase in performance.

Waiting this, kinda surprised we weren't already built against GMP.
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September 26, 2014, 03:08:40 PM
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more than 24 hours without finding a block  Sad

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September 26, 2014, 03:24:35 PM
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Remember: Send your debug.log files to me if you notice anything you would define as odd behavior, this is the best way for me to verify full functionality on all nodes. Any issues I find from your debug.log file will be resolved, so do not hesitate!

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September 26, 2014, 05:42:33 PM
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I'd like to encourage everyone to head over to coinshieldtalk.org signup and then vote/petition for coins you want destroyed or verified. If we want this coin to be more than just a good idea then we need action from the community Smiley
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September 26, 2014, 07:20:53 PM
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I get the exact same thing regularly.  It seems to take a few minutes - sometimes up to 10 mins before it shows in the transaction list in the wallet.  They will show up though, don't worry Smiley  As a sanity check, look at your minted amount in the result of running getinfo in the debug console.  You can also run listtransactions and you will see your minted block in there before it shows in the transaction list in the wallet.  Weird huh?

Blocks don't show up in Qt until 1 Confirmation.  Smiley

more than 24 hours without finding a block  Sad

Keep in mind each 0.1 increase in cluster difficulty is a 5x increase. So each whole number increase is a 50x increase.

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September 26, 2014, 09:14:42 PM
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Now that the miner is stable, I can get to building a basic pool.



When?

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September 26, 2014, 09:55:37 PM
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@Videlicet , please help.

In your "core.h" file, the nonce is declared as a 64-bit integer, but your wallet only accepts a 32-bit nonce. Which one will be correct going forward, the wallet or the miner? Do you have a date set for releasing the wallet source code?

unsigned int  nVersion;
uint1024 hashPrevBlock;
uint512 hashMerkleRoot;
unsigned int  nChannel;
unsigned int   nHeight;
unsigned int     nBits;
uint64          nNonce;

Examples:

[METERS] 22.090909 SPS | 0.000000 PPS | Height = 3054

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 59-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 5.314921 Found on Thread 1

9c6d3f31cce729a1854bd250692158fa245a0b3e808c5a3e25e504427931f22e74476fa4020463f f0ca88578479406678b73cd8d0a022d745d3a5c7d4b8cf5917fdfcfa6047be91ed91189c3bce77b c45dd19c794125b86d2b32b1bcedb8891fc280bddfe36ffb3878dd2a4513e300b58e32c221cfadd e362c97e6c357e30e0b

[MASTER] Block Rejected by Coinshield Network.
[METERS] 20.583333 SPS | 0.083333 PPS | Height = 3054

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3055
[METERS] 21.090909 SPS | 0.000000 PPS | Height = 3055


4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 59-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 5.067816 Found on Thread 8

50d642c3aab398e5ec57329199cb797db94875e6ebc3ca5bc2a1a2e873fc1919063845762921765 062606070525d67df5c770705ebd7f7593f17e2ac6f513dda3c3482d29870f0903581f528ecac7c f7d2aba71b54a2782cd3d8e92f3cb3b69636327dfce93cf128512623e1adce85d21b91169ae18e2 94f0606038f68f2bc10

[MASTER] Block Rejected by Coinshield Network.






[METERS] 16.000000 SPS | 0.090909 PPS | Height = 3057

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 30-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 4.449011 Found on Thread 25

6f10144db702e32e41d3eb0a4dc41a2ad4cfcde5f283f521c65e590ca718de504798dafb4b43cec 0f7211f5c1ec587af4f35a7944134938d3f2a1340b100f677b6d0917a582bb2ca37f74f5e2b072f b81f2002eda80820d7dc36e38f2f3104e1373ddec83b3f59a2c507c09a05887a61b6416ba0ab85b 81d288a2e516575790f

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3058

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 28-bit


4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 27-bit

[METERS] 13.363636 SPS | 0.272727 PPS | Height = 3058

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 29-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 5.072534 Found on Thread 60

5db720d6f933ccd8eb10a36319f1a8f551cd143bc61a877d1972fddd8a0aeaf9e0103118817a9ec 1023add2662a6c27393f0b0e901409e4a81628354451233b7a5f3242ecf5699d0c5e4e9a0558a5c 31a7708f155e1447c20c2b7b67b9d458f63a2e03fa18734e24aeb8346f9973335e013ded6566874 57845e79bf527a74809

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3059

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 28-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 4.280716 Found on Thread 2

d216e18ca927a3d88187f8cc88036581d0f69be9a0856e1fb37a581fce4cc378bb6694c23aca174 f0e2b4da31a2a06a7a522e044f732dcc4e848d8419f261d6bb36cd8a73cbd8859d82a0381c9c0d7 ad35da28d1b9ade4738515a356660798547207c05e852a1034aef80498c5edea06f94a86144cc78 63d83d97ad7d835ef3a

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.




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September 26, 2014, 11:16:13 PM
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Now that the miner is stable, I can get to building a basic pool.



When?


Boy, going through some of the latest posts, it sure doesn't seem to me that the miner is stable!  I tried yesterday for the first time and while it was easy to setup and get mining, it just crashed after a few minutes.  All these additional posts of setting up scrypts and crap seems daunting to us average tech folk around here!  This seems SOOOOO un user friendly, like you have to be among the programmers to understand what is even being said in here.

Sorry, but all this needs to made MUCH easier for the average Joe to partake!!!
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September 27, 2014, 01:14:29 AM
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Now that the miner is stable, I can get to building a basic pool.



When?


Boy, going through some of the latest posts, it sure doesn't seem to me that the miner is stable!  I tried yesterday for the first time and while it was easy to setup and get mining, it just crashed after a few minutes.  All these additional posts of setting up scrypts and crap seems daunting to us average tech folk around here!  This seems SOOOOO un user friendly, like you have to be among the programmers to understand what is even being said in here.

Sorry, but all this needs to made MUCH easier for the average Joe to partake!!!

I am not a programmer and I understood everything.
Average Joes would only drag down the community down anyways.
Learn to change yourself and adapt.It's not like a bit of tech information is going to kill you.
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September 27, 2014, 03:16:57 AM
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IMJim,

Working on that bud, I'm narrowing that down but my computers don't crash for at least 12 hours, so isolating this bug takes a while for me. It only comes out on faster computers from what I've noticed.

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aprot,

As soon as GPU miner is done. I would guess post GPU launch, but could be earlier. It really depends on progress.


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Supercomputing,

Great catch there my friend, it happened to be a serialization issue in the LLP for uint64. I uploaded a fix to my Github with new uint2bytes64 and bytes2uint64 by breaking up the uint64 into two unsigned ints then convert each to byte stream. You'll see in the code, it seems long long is unpredictable with bit shifts above 32, which was my previous method for serializing the uint64 (uint >>56, uint >> 48, uint >> 40, etc.).

Source code release will be about two months, my plan is to have the Coinshield launches in 2 week intervals. That would mean that after the GPU launch the next launch would be POS, then voting channels on main site, and then each consecutive exchange channel that has been voted to the top.

You'll need to update your node binaries, I uploaded new ones to the Coinshield Server. Details below.

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Everyone,

A] If you are running the Windoze miner DO NOT update until Bitslapper compiles a new x64, and then I'll compile a new x86. This new client will not take the old miner serialization. This will give you 100% rejects.

B] If you are building from source for the first time, you MUST use this client, otherwise your miner will get 100% rejects. I have e-mailed Bitslapper so once I get another x64 binary from him, I will post these binaries in the default link.



This update is mandatory if you downloaded the new Coinshield Core or Downloaded the New Miner. The links are the same as the links in the OP. This fixes the 32 bit nNonce limitation in the LLP Serialization. Thanks Supercomputing for finding this bug!

Primeminer:
Windows x86
Windows x64

Coinshield Core:
Ubuntu
Windows

This is an optional update for now until we get the miners recompiled, once this is done, I will post a Mandatory Update if you would like to use the new Miners and x64 nNonce If you downloaded the new miner, you must download the new wallet.


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September 27, 2014, 03:38:37 AM
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very cool idea

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September 27, 2014, 04:06:26 AM
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Voting Has Begun!!!

Current Petitions For CoinShield Verification:
Negotium (NTM)- http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/petitions-for-coinshield-verification2/103-negotium-ntm-coin  (Votes are not in their favor)


Current Petitions For Destroying/Absorbing Economy:

LitecoinDark (LTCD)  http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/136-litecoindark-ltcd
Urea Commodity Coin (URO) http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/133-uro-urea-commodity-coin


I would also like to point out the Feathercoin (FTC) petition that was submitted. This is the perfect example of why we have a petition process instead of just adding every coin as requests come in. http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin-shield-talk/shitcoin-petitions/116-feathercoin-has-to-finally-go    I wish the best of luck to the FTC team, and I can't wait to see there petition for Coinshield Verification once their updates are complete.    Smiley

Other petitions have been closed due to lack of voting poll, or lack of argument. Please ensure you add a poll to your petitions and be sure to state why you believe the coin has to go.

Remember to sign up to our forum: http://coinshieldtalk.org
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September 27, 2014, 07:14:26 AM
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IMJim,

Working on that bud, I'm narrowing that down but my computers don't crash for at least 12 hours, so isolating this bug takes a while for me. It only comes out on faster computers from what I've noticed.

---------------------------

aprot,

As soon as GPU miner is done. I would guess post GPU launch, but could be earlier. It really depends on progress.


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Supercomputing,

Great catch there my friend, it happened to be a serialization issue in the LLP for uint64. I uploaded a fix to my Github with new uint2bytes64 and bytes2uint64 by breaking up the uint64 into two unsigned ints then convert each to byte stream. You'll see in the code, it seems long long is unpredictable with bit shifts above 32, which was my previous method for serializing the uint64 (uint >>56, uint >> 48, uint >> 40, etc.).

Source code release will be about two months, my plan is to have the Coinshield launches in 2 week intervals. That would mean that after the GPU launch the next launch would be POS, then voting channels on main site, and then each consecutive exchange channel that has been voted to the top.

You'll need to update your node binaries, I uploaded new ones to the Coinshield Server. Details below.

---------------------------


Everyone,

A] If you are running the Windoze miner DO NOT update until Bitslapper compiles a new x64, and then I'll compile a new x86. This new client will not take the old miner serialization. This will give you 100% rejects.

B] If you are building from source for the first time, you MUST use this client, otherwise your miner will get 100% rejects. I have e-mailed Bitslapper so once I get another x64 binary from him, I will post these binaries in the default link.



This update is mandatory if you downloaded the new Coinshield Core or Downloaded the New Miner. The links are the same as the links in the OP. This fixes the 32 bit nNonce limitation in the LLP Serialization. Thanks Supercomputing for finding this bug!

Primeminer:
Windows x86
Windows x64

Coinshield Core:
Ubuntu
Windows

This is an optional update for now until we get the miners recompiled, once this is done, I will post a Mandatory Update if you would like to use the new Miners and x64 nNonce If you downloaded the new miner, you must download the new wallet.


Viz.

Whether to increase the version number?
Too many versions of confusion!
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September 27, 2014, 07:24:24 AM
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When the exchange?
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September 27, 2014, 08:46:48 AM
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@Videlicet

Thank You; your fix resolved my issue. I will release some enhancements later today for you to include in your mining application - greater than 100x in mining performance is expected.

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3677

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 62-bit

[METERS] 11.666667 SPS | 0.166667 PPS | Height = 3677
[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 5.071293 Found on Thread 22

7951dbab08b63cbb4f0c7057edf296853e99d21b56f21858e3876153a74123546d2ce42f6434b4d 545a4a7fc3aeddfe366b44d3c840832b532779f6b18c2584d2572c8e11e64ebc83be5fc9cfd6e0b 16d5654f95ba48979185e765cda77146410e0cfeffcc24b0a9bdf79b260bf8822b2756f02391702 9a0e84255fe9ced1544

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 62-bit

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3678
[METERS] 9.166667 SPS | 0.083333 PPS | Height = 3678

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 60-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 4.570831 Found on Thread 60

993bfa50c464ad8c979ba20645d203617c77e1841ad536083ed9a974719ede402f5e82a1b7d08a7 e5ed0b1b6ccaa258cd34784c0aabdf8dadb325f07916acec685403f0d5b1144de75e7dad350bed4 080751ccb93c39350cb182d7dd4a25546c70740f717bd7f88ade797ca4590c5ce3ad676e0f7fdd5 9260746c68c952a8f9b

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3679

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September 27, 2014, 09:09:30 AM
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After upgrading from Videlicet, Windows miner increase speed 2x, but Ubuntu miner mine the same speed as before.

@Videlicet

Thank You; your fix resolved my issue. I will release some enhancements later today for you to include in your mining application - greater than 100x in mining performance is expected.

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3677

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 62-bit

[METERS] 11.666667 SPS | 0.166667 PPS | Height = 3677
[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 5.071293 Found on Thread 22

7951dbab08b63cbb4f0c7057edf296853e99d21b56f21858e3876153a74123546d2ce42f6434b4d 545a4a7fc3aeddfe366b44d3c840832b532779f6b18c2584d2572c8e11e64ebc83be5fc9cfd6e0b 16d5654f95ba48979185e765cda77146410e0cfeffcc24b0a9bdf79b260bf8822b2756f02391702 9a0e84255fe9ced1544

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 62-bit

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3678
[METERS] 9.166667 SPS | 0.083333 PPS | Height = 3678

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 60-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 4.570831 Found on Thread 60

993bfa50c464ad8c979ba20645d203617c77e1841ad536083ed9a974719ede402f5e82a1b7d08a7 e5ed0b1b6ccaa258cd34784c0aabdf8dadb325f07916acec685403f0d5b1144de75e7dad350bed4 080751ccb93c39350cb182d7dd4a25546c70740f717bd7f88ade797ca4590c5ce3ad676e0f7fdd5 9260746c68c952a8f9b

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3679

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4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 62-bit

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3678
[METERS] 9.166667 SPS | 0.083333 PPS | Height = 3678

4-Chain found...
Nonce size = 60-bit

[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 4.570831 Found on Thread 60

993bfa50c464ad8c979ba20645d203617c77e1841ad536083ed9a974719ede402f5e82a1b7d08a7 e5ed0b1b6ccaa258cd34784c0aabdf8dadb325f07916acec685403f0d5b1144de75e7dad350bed4 080751ccb93c39350cb182d7dd4a25546c70740f717bd7f88ade797ca4590c5ce3ad676e0f7fdd5 9260746c68c952a8f9b

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 3679[/color]

holy crap dude what are you using that can run 60 threads? 60!!!
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