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September 25, 2014, 10:53:26 PM
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I do not understand your code:
https://github.com/VidereLicet/primeminer/blob/master/prime.cpp

Would you please explain what it is doing?

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September 25, 2014, 11:28:26 PM
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@Videlicet

I do not understand your code:
https://github.com/VidereLicet/primeminer/blob/master/prime.cpp

Would you please explain what it is doing?

Hey supercomputing, I've followed your outstanding enhancements on other coin miners, particularly XPM, so I fully trust your ability to read and understand this code.  So with that in mind, and for the benefit of Viz and others, what parts of this need explaining as that is a pretty open question? Smiley

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September 26, 2014, 12:18:58 AM
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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.

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September 26, 2014, 12:20:21 AM
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CPU Primeminer Binaries: I went from 8 PPS to 14 PPS from x32 to x64! Everyone give some tips to Bitslapper!

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Improved speed
But the work of a few minutes
Will prompt mine stopped working!
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miner.exe 127.0.0.1 9325 6
GOTO BEGIN
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September 26, 2014, 12:24:10 AM
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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.

That's awesome.  One of these days I really have to learn how to use GMP, as so many miners get released that would benefit from being ported to use it.

If you can figure out the segmentation fault too... Smiley   We added a mutex around what we thought was the culprit but it is still happening - It's driving me nuts!


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September 26, 2014, 12:24:30 AM
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Did not improve much worse than
No more than three minutes, it stopped working!
Very bad!
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September 26, 2014, 12:36:33 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.


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September 26, 2014, 12:38:26 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.



Re-mined every hour?
Who has time to operate this way?
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September 26, 2014, 12:48:16 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.



Re-mined every hour?
Who has time to operate this way?

There have been numerous posts explaining how to create a simple batch file (windows) or bash script (*nix) to continually restart the miner if it crashes.  Just check back through the last few pages. This means that you can just leave them running, and they will restart straight away if they crash.

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September 26, 2014, 12:53:40 AM
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@Viz, how are you going to fight botnets mining CoinShield?
I think one of the best way is to have a USB-stick with some key inserted to the mining computer

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September 26, 2014, 01:00:55 AM
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@Viz, how are you going to fight botnets mining CoinShield?
I think one of the best way is to have a USB-stick with some key inserted to the mining computer

This will be looked into when I have more checks off of my TODO list. Thanks to Bitslapper compiling x64 binaries, I can now move onto helping him finish the GPU miner by the next channel launch. This is #1 priority right now.

The best way I have seen to defeat a botnet is to make the memory requirements very high, so that it makes the older computers unable to run it. This is a tricky situation to distinguish the difference between a server farm, and a botnet. I would leave it to Pool operators to do the filtering from their Pool backend once they come live. Otherwise we could end up banning honest nodes.

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[Nexus] Created by Viz. [Videlicet] : "videre licet - it may be seen; evidently; clearly"
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September 26, 2014, 01:03:22 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.



Re-mined every hour?
Who has time to operate this way?

There have been numerous posts explaining how to create a simple batch file (windows) or bash script (*nix) to continually restart the miner if it crashes.  Just check back through the last few pages. This means that you can just leave them running, and they will restart straight away if they crash.

Without success, to ask specifically how to operate, thank you!
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September 26, 2014, 01:03:57 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.



Re-mined every hour?
Who has time to operate this way?

There have been numerous posts explaining how to create a simple batch file (windows) or bash script (*nix) to continually restart the miner if it crashes.  Just check back through the last few pages. This means that you can just leave them running, and they will restart straight away if they crash.

Without success, to ask specifically how to operate, thank you!

What is your operating system?

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[Nexus] Created by Viz. [Videlicet] : "videre licet - it may be seen; evidently; clearly"
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September 26, 2014, 01:06:45 AM
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Sorry Guys :/

It's probably because its pushing your processors harder now so it's hitting the fault faster.

In my case I'm now seeing almost a 4x increase and it will work on the long run for 15 minutes... If you were using 4x less processing power it kind of makes sense that it would last around an hour until it hit the fault.



Re-mined every hour?
Who has time to operate this way?

There have been numerous posts explaining how to create a simple batch file (windows) or bash script (*nix) to continually restart the miner if it crashes.  Just check back through the last few pages. This means that you can just leave them running, and they will restart straight away if they crash.

Without success, to ask specifically how to operate, thank you!

What is your operating system?

Viz.

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September 26, 2014, 01:11:17 AM
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You tried the batch file I included? Create a new text file, save it as start. Click the alt button now, and go to tools->folder options. Click the tab "view" to the right of "general". From there you will need to uncheck the checkbox that says "hide extensions for known file types." It is item number 9. Click Ok.

Once this is done, you can rename it start.bat. Make sure it is not start.bat.txt or it will not work.
Then right click start.bat and click edit, followed by pasting this code into that file. Click save and exit. Make sure start.bat is in the same folder as miner.exe and double click start.bat to start your miner. This will automatically restart your miner if it crashes.


:BEGIN
miner.exe 127.0.0.1 9325
GOTO BEGIN



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September 26, 2014, 01:14:53 AM
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You tried the batch file I included? Create a new text file, save it as start. Click the alt button now, and go to tools->folder options. Click the tab "view" to the right of "general". From there you will need to uncheck the checkbox that says "hide extensions for known file types." It is item number 9. Click Ok.

Once this is done, you can rename it start.bat. Make sure it is not start.bat.txt or it will not work.
Then right click start.bat and click edit, followed by pasting this code into that file. Click save and exit. Make sure start.bat is in the same folder as miner.exe and double click start.bat to start your miner. This will automatically restart your miner if it crashes.


:BEGIN
miner.exe 127.0.0.1 9325
GOTO BEGIN



Viz.


https://github.com/VidereLicet/primeminer   Is this it?
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September 26, 2014, 01:17:30 AM
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This coins is as shitty as XCN and XMG,new type of scam.

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September 26, 2014, 01:19:36 AM
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This coins is as shitty as XCN and XMG,new type of scam.

Software bugs count as scams now???

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September 26, 2014, 01:34:53 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, 01:54:20 AM
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This coins is as shitty as XCN and XMG,new type of scam.

Elaborate please, shill.
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