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September 29, 2014, 07:44:59 PM
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i see the payouts have decreased by half is that correct

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September 29, 2014, 08:23:47 PM
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i see the payouts have decreased by half is that correct
Are you referring to the block reward?

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September 29, 2014, 09:16:06 PM
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i see the payouts have decreased by half is that correct
Are you referring to the block reward?

yeah using the new miner im getting all different kinds of payouts now from 11-63 guess that is the stake minting havent really looked at the payout structure just liked the coin cause it does primes  havent really had time to read up on everything yet

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September 29, 2014, 09:23:18 PM
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i see the payouts have decreased by half is that correct
Are you referring to the block reward?

yeah using the new miner im getting all different kinds of payouts now from 11-63 guess that is the stake minting havent really looked at the payout structure just liked the coin cause it does primes  havent really had time to read up on everything yet


Here is a quote from the OP, it's one of our new features  :-)

CSD Fractional Rewarding - Prevents Inflation / Locks Distribution to Timed Release
Coinshield will use a fractional rewarding system, this helps to ensure coin generation stays “on target” regardless of the number of blocks actually being created by the miners. It will be based per mining channel, which means each channel is awarded 50% of the time released supply (to keep distribution fair). No more instamine. Multipools will no longer profit.


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September 29, 2014, 09:43:14 PM
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I have the new miner running and it appears to be finding blocks...

[METERS] 5 Block(s) Found | Height = 5355 | Difficulty  = 5.181784 | 01:18:43

But I have no mined blocks in my wallet.  Am I missing something?

There seems to be a block submission bug especially when blocks are coming in fast; most likely a carry over from the original miner. I will investigate further and keep you posted.

TESTNET:
Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 2


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 3


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 4


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 5


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 6


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Preparing for Block Submission...

Preparing for Block Submission...

Preparing for Block Submission...

I wasn't finding blocks fast, maybe 3-6 per machine over 3 hours. But across 100 (cloned) machines not a single block was submitted. I didn't notice any errors either on the miners. It was definitely connecting to the correct wallet. So I'm at a loss what happened.

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September 29, 2014, 10:15:09 PM
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i see the payouts have decreased by half is that correct
Are you referring to the block reward?

yeah using the new miner im getting all different kinds of payouts now from 11-63 guess that is the stake minting havent really looked at the payout structure just liked the coin cause it does primes  havent really had time to read up on everything yet


Here is a quote from the OP, it's one of our new features  :-)

CSD Fractional Rewarding - Prevents Inflation / Locks Distribution to Timed Release
Coinshield will use a fractional rewarding system, this helps to ensure coin generation stays “on target” regardless of the number of blocks actually being created by the miners. It will be based per mining channel, which means each channel is awarded 50% of the time released supply (to keep distribution fair). No more instamine. Multipools will no longer profit.


thanks makes since why im getting those payouts

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September 29, 2014, 11:57:15 PM
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If you haven't signed up please do so : http://coinshieldtalk.org

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September 30, 2014, 12:43:45 AM
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Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 214


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Preparing for Block Submission...

Only have 3 cpu's on it so i don't think its caused by too many blocks being found.
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September 30, 2014, 01:14:14 AM
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Total Number of 4-Chains Found = 214


******* BLOCK FOUND *******


Preparing for Block Submission...

Only have 3 cpu's on it so i don't think its caused by too many blocks being found.

I just ran a test and bock submission is more reliable without the mutexes. I will upload a fix within a few minutes.

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September 30, 2014, 01:33:17 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

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September 30, 2014, 02:27:30 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.
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September 30, 2014, 02:42:04 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

There is something weird going on here.  you had 3 blocks in 15 mins? 
I've done another 1000 cores for an hour with the new miner, and I didn't find a single block.  no errors, no rejects.  I am using gmp 6.0.0

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September 30, 2014, 02:53:15 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

There is something weird going on here.  you had 3 blocks in 15 mins? 
I've done another 1000 cores for an hour with the new miner, and I didn't find a single block.  no errors, no rejects.  I am using gmp 6.0.0

I'm finding blocks with new miner, I think GMP6.0.0 is faster on newer arch (eg haswell)
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September 30, 2014, 02:59:56 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

There is something weird going on here.  you had 3 blocks in 15 mins? 
I've done another 1000 cores for an hour with the new miner, and I didn't find a single block.  no errors, no rejects.  I am using gmp 6.0.0

How many wallets are you using? If mining to a single wallet, it will generate hundreds of request a second. We do not yet have the ability to generate a new block hash without a roundtrip to the wallet.  Would you please run a couple of cores on testnet. There might be issues on the wallet side but without the source code, our hands are tied.

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September 30, 2014, 03:04:14 AM
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i havent had any problems with ver 1.0 but the wallet doesnt show unconfirmed though im running windows with amd cpus phenom ii opterons and fx

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September 30, 2014, 03:22:50 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

There is something weird going on here.  you had 3 blocks in 15 mins? 
I've done another 1000 cores for an hour with the new miner, and I didn't find a single block.  no errors, no rejects.  I am using gmp 6.0.0

How many wallets are you using? If mining to a single wallet, it will generate hundreds of request a second. We do not yet have the ability to generate a new block hash without a roundtrip to the wallet.  Would you please run a couple of cores on testnet. There might be issues on the wallet side but without the source code, our hands are tied.

Just one wallet.  Agreed it would generate hundreds of requests a second.  On day 1-2 this was no problem with ~500 cores/threads so unless your miner is generating significantly more requests it should be ok shouldn't it?.   I've had to close my VM's down now.  I think I might just have to stop mining until I can sell some coins to cover my costs as I have been racking up the costs without mining anything Sad

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September 30, 2014, 03:27:59 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

Please verify that you are using the latest wallet software. This miner will not work correctly with the older wallet. I have mined 9 blocks with no rejects on a single machine in about 2 hours and 45 minutes.

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September 30, 2014, 03:38:25 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

Please verify that you are using the latest wallet software. This miner will not work correctly with the older wallet. I have mined 9 blocks with no rejects on a single machine in about 2 hours and 45 minutes.
I did update as soon as the new wallet was released a couple of days ago, but will do so again JIC.  There's no wallet version number to verify though right?

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September 30, 2014, 04:11:00 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/qszqn79q48828f4/CoinShieldV1.1.zip?dl=0

Added stats for accepted and rejected blocks.
Removed mutexes for a more reliable bock submission process.

I have some optimization ideas to improve the mining performance approximately 4x; they will be added to this miner after the GPU channel launch.

In 15 minutes, 1 cpu, 3 blocks, 3 rejects. So still having all rejects... had like 20 with previous miner.

Please verify that you are using the latest wallet software. This miner will not work correctly with the older wallet. I have mined 9 blocks with no rejects on a single machine in about 2 hours and 45 minutes.
I did update as soon as the new wallet was released a couple of days ago, but will do so again JIC.  There's no wallet version number to verify though right?

That is correct, it seems as if the version numbers are the same. Also for now, the best way to deploy on virtual machines would be to also include a wallet with a large enough keypool in your master image. Then you can mine directly to the local wallet which will tremendously reduce latency.

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September 30, 2014, 05:00:44 AM
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Starting to make some progress on my issues.  I've not been able to increase my keypool size (one of the reasons I didnt deploy a wallet with a shared wallet.dat to my VM's).  When I run the daemon or QT with --keypool=xxx it just hangs indefinitely.  I know it can take a little while to generate, but I gave up after 30 mins.  I then checked my current size and found I had a keypool of just under 9000!!  So I created a fresh wallet.dat in order to transfer my funds to it and found that I cannot send them all in one go, or indeed in any large amounts, as I get Transaction Creation Failed errors.  So I'm guessing there is something wrong with my wallet.  So I'm now transferring my funds piecemeal into a new wallet.  I'll try mining again after that.

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