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Author Topic: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come  (Read 745626 times)
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October 02, 2014, 08:19:32 AM
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I would like to sell 2000 CSD. Please pm me if somebody like to buy.

Best Rgrds,


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October 02, 2014, 08:40:21 AM
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This is starting to feel like solo primecoin back in the day.  Cheesy ah the Nostalgia!
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October 02, 2014, 08:43:06 AM
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merc84,

Oh I remember these days too  Smiley

I'm working on the pool, you want to help test the Beta pool as well? I'm trying to get that setup in the next few days.

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October 02, 2014, 09:37:44 AM
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merc84,

Oh I remember these days too  Smiley

I'm working on the pool, you want to help test the Beta pool as well? I'm trying to get that setup in the next few days.

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I'll help test the pool too.  I have 20 cores on it right now, but will spin up a bunch of virtual machines if you want to load test, just let me know

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October 02, 2014, 10:14:22 AM
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merc84,

Oh I remember these days too  Smiley

I'm working on the pool, you want to help test the Beta pool as well? I'm trying to get that setup in the next few days.

Viz.



I can help, if you need I can install pool beta version on my personal server.

MP if you are interested Mr Viz.

Best regards

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October 02, 2014, 12:00:55 PM
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Would really appreciate a mining guide. Have 400pps worth of cloud servers waiting to start mining.

BTC:    136LLCFTvTnXGbVjFJS29ebvmRgjRKGkBv
NODE: 5688479141554434797
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October 02, 2014, 01:22:07 PM
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Forum is now up again  Smiley.
We now have a chatbox. See it here: http://coinshieldtalk.org

Additionally we now have the ability to tag users. Please see this post for more info: http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/coinshield-discussion/175-tagging-is-now-active-on-our-forum

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I need to sign up but I'm kinda high atm  Grin

getting hard to find blocks again, might stop on my lower spec cpus until the pools arrive
tbh I'm hoping they're up before the 7th or another optimisation is released


I only had about 10 minutes of free time yesterday to implement some basic optimization ideas, but I will dedicate an hour this coming weekend to have them fully implemented. Expected increase in performance: 4x minimum.

[METERS] 27 Block(s) ACC=26 REJ=1| Height = 8059 | Diff = 5.588568 | 08:03:09
[METERS] 27 Block(s) ACC=26 REJ=1| Height = 8059 | Diff = 5.588568 | 08:03:20

Total Five Chains Count = 392



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


Preparing for Block Submission...

Submitting Block...
[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 6.259866 Found on Thread 61

6d733aada09cc061aacaad4e5c8366953bd5695a2372c44cb9d1d04b5c2dd4b8b2543db3abafc37 3dc3a12a09d5d3767b5eeb859ca56245746f30a9b0a3c78911b2d73c0e4acb9ba5a625b137d8713 79b89d42d28c4617c9c38fdeecb6d01b7e86bf1c59ee0173e099d448291983ec8a7377c24a0b1fd eac8ade6501e784fb62

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 8060
[METERS] 28 Block(s) ACC=27 REJ=1| Height = 8060 | Diff = 5.591613 | 08:03:32

Total Five Chains Count = 393

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October 02, 2014, 02:11:58 PM
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Hard to mine now.
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October 02, 2014, 02:20:47 PM
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Not so bad still finding blocks every day with 3 cpu Smiley
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October 02, 2014, 10:56:19 PM
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I'm still getting a very high orphan rate, which seems strange since blocks are coming in at a steady rate near target.  In 48 hours I have had 15 blocks, 6 of which were orphans.  Any thoughts?

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October 02, 2014, 11:19:05 PM
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I only had about 10 minutes of free time yesterday to implement some basic optimization ideas, but I will dedicate an hour this coming weekend to have them fully implemented. Expected increase in performance: 4x minimum.

[METERS] 27 Block(s) ACC=26 REJ=1| Height = 8059 | Diff = 5.588568 | 08:03:09
[METERS] 27 Block(s) ACC=26 REJ=1| Height = 8059 | Diff = 5.588568 | 08:03:20

Total Five Chains Count = 392



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


Preparing for Block Submission...

Submitting Block...
[MASTER] Prime Cluster of Difficulty 6.259866 Found on Thread 61

6d733aada09cc061aacaad4e5c8366953bd5695a2372c44cb9d1d04b5c2dd4b8b2543db3abafc37 3dc3a12a09d5d3767b5eeb859ca56245746f30a9b0a3c78911b2d73c0e4acb9ba5a625b137d8713 79b89d42d28c4617c9c38fdeecb6d01b7e86bf1c59ee0173e099d448291983ec8a7377c24a0b1fd eac8ade6501e784fb62

[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 8060
[METERS] 28 Block(s) ACC=27 REJ=1| Height = 8060 | Diff = 5.591613 | 08:03:32

Total Five Chains Count = 393


This would be my guess. Difficulty up to 5.75 now.

Last Orphaned Block: f77f52ede833c0f2c8af
RETARGET[CPU] time=34 [112.500000 %]
   chain time: [300 / 34]
   released reward: 57 [100.000000 %]
   difficulty: [5.683752 to 5.686786]
   CPU height: 8365 [AGE 12906 minutes]

Reserve 0: 150.885145 CSD | Timespan: 12906 - 12912 Minutes
Reserve 1: 32.787761 CSD | Timespan: 12906 - 12912 Minutes
Reserve 2: 3.073236 CSD | Timespan: 12906 - 12912 Minutes
===== Pending Checkpoint Age = 263 Hash = b9f7c2700a355b6 Modifier = 0x2b753ee0e51bc49d Height = 8360
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 1 blocks; 37dfdfeb67726230fc70..f77f52ede833c0f2c8af
REORGANIZE: Connect 2 blocks; 37dfdfeb67726230fc70..48eae2090124b8f6f513
SetBestChain: new best=48eae2090124b8f6f513  height=8365  trust=8367  moneysupply=404275.102863


edit: It seems difficulty doesn't rise as quickly as it could, maybe I should make it a little more aggressive to stop these double blocks with a node having a lot of computing power. What do you think Paul? This can go live with all the other 10/7 updates.

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October 02, 2014, 11:30:18 PM
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I would be interested in helping to test the pool as well if it will help.  Only have an 8 core CPU but so far have not really been able to mine so have been waiting for a pool anyways.

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October 03, 2014, 01:50:48 AM
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For pool, testing, and Core 1.0.1 updates go to Our Forum Chatbox.


This is where I will be for better communication
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October 03, 2014, 02:48:03 AM
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I'm still getting a very high orphan rate, which seems strange since blocks are coming in at a steady rate near target.  In 48 hours I have had 15 blocks, 6 of which were orphans.  Any thoughts?

Guys this orphan rate is shocking.  I'm now up to 17 blocks, 8 of which are orphans.  Orphans should be very rare now as blocks are not being found particularly quickly.  WTF is going on?

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October 03, 2014, 03:58:18 AM
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Paul,

If you send me your debug.log file I can investigate. videlicet8@gmail.com

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October 03, 2014, 10:32:01 AM
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I've been studying supercomputer's mining code and I am puzzled by the use of an unsigned long (32bit) return type in the PrimeSieve function.

here we're definitely truncating zTempVar from 64bit to 32bit.

Code:
// calculate offset
mpz_sub(zTempVar, zPrimeOriginOffset, zPrimeOrigin);

nonce = mpz_get_ui(zTempVar);
gmp_printf("i: %d, zTempVar: %Zd, nonce: %u\n", i, zTempVar, nonce);

Can anyone shed light on this? I am puzzled how any share can be accepted when the bitness of the nonce gets truncated so radically.

EDIT: I am on a Microsoft machine (Visual Studio), so maybe that makes a difference, according to this blurb I found on the Internet:

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"The true "war" was for sizeof(long), where Microsoft decided for sizeof(long) == 4 (LLP64) while nearly everyone else decided for sizeof(long) == 8 (LP64)."

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October 03, 2014, 01:38:53 PM
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nNonce is offset from the Hash to the Prime Cluster.

Try This:
uint64 nonce = mpz_get_ui(zTempVar);
printf("nNonce = %llu\n", nonce);


%u usually only outputs up to 32 bits  Smiley

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October 03, 2014, 03:02:17 PM
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Hello there!

Any news about when the source will be available?!
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October 03, 2014, 03:46:24 PM
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%u usually only outputs up to 32 bits  Smiley

Viz.

the %u restriction is clear, but also sizeof(unsigned long) = 4 on Windows 64 bit in Visual Studio.

So I had to change some unsigned long occurences to uint64 and use MPIR instead of GMP (the gmp.h header file also used unsigned long to pass 64 bit types, which won't work on Windows. The mpir.h header files fixes this.)
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October 03, 2014, 05:06:24 PM
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Hello there!

Any news about when the source will be available?!
Please see: http://coinshieldtalk.org/forum/coin/coinshield-discussion/195-coinshield-source-will-be-released , Please post any source related questions or comments there.
Thanks,
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