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August 15, 2014, 02:11:46 AM
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Am new to NXT based coins. I just received 40K from a trade. Should I secure it in any way? All I have done is run the .bat and log in with my seed in a web browser.

http://www.thenxtwiki.org/wiki/How-To:CreateAccount

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Until you send some Nxt from your account, it will be protected only by 64-bit entropy. As soon as one outgoing transaction is made your account will receive a public key and it will be protected by 256-bit entropy, much more secure. As a result, we recommend issuing a transaction (by sending Nxt, registering an alias, or sending a message) as soon as possible after Nxt is deposited into your account for the first time.

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August 15, 2014, 02:11:54 AM
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Am new to NXT based coins. I just received 40K from a trade. Should I secure it in any way? All I have done is run the .bat and log in with my seed in a web browser.

just ensure your passphrase is complex and secure ...
I used the random generated one it presented to me. Will this suffice?

depends on length ... use >30 chars: letters (upper and lower case), numbers, symbols ... that should be safe!

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August 15, 2014, 02:16:41 AM
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Am new to NXT based coins. I just received 40K from a trade. Should I secure it in any way? All I have done is run the .bat and log in with my seed in a web browser.

http://www.thenxtwiki.org/wiki/How-To:CreateAccount

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Until you send some Nxt from your account, it will be protected only by 64-bit entropy. As soon as one outgoing transaction is made your account will receive a public key and it will be protected by 256-bit entropy, much more secure. As a result, we recommend issuing a transaction (by sending Nxt, registering an alias, or sending a message) as soon as possible after Nxt is deposited into your account for the first time.
In burst, mining a block also will do the protection upgrade

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August 15, 2014, 03:15:05 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley

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August 15, 2014, 03:21:38 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley

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August 15, 2014, 03:39:48 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley

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August 15, 2014, 03:53:49 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...



 
 
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August 15, 2014, 03:59:26 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
I thought about that once also, but the networking speed was a deal killer, since there really isn't any mining benefit over having each machine generate its own set of plots, then just grabbing all the hdds.

You might not be able plot for other people online like that, but you could sell them pre-plotted hdds.(wonder if there'd actually be any takers on that one.)

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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.

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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow

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August 15, 2014, 04:17:10 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow
Ah the miner has to read the plots of course.  I think there is a viable solution using AWS with EBS, using NFS to allow the plot creation to be farmed.  Once complete you can just run 1 small instance to mine as it has little to do other than read the file to check the nonces right?

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August 15, 2014, 04:25:34 AM
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Selling 30k for .2 BTC

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August 15, 2014, 04:28:27 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow
Ah the miner has to read the plots of course.  I think there is a viable solution using AWS with EBS, using NFS to allow the plot creation to be farmed.  Once complete you can just run 1 small instance to mine as it has little to do other than read the file to check the nonces right?
EBS pricing is too high though. renting 2TB for one month is more expensive than just purchasing a drive.

EDIT:
Actually, just saw this:
Data Transfer OUT From Amazon S3 To
Amazon EC2 in the Northern Virginia Region   $0.000 per GB

so one might be able to abuse that.

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August 15, 2014, 04:32:21 AM
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selling 10k - 200k BURST,  pm me
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August 15, 2014, 04:33:12 AM
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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow
Ah the miner has to read the plots of course.  I think there is a viable solution using AWS with EBS, using NFS to allow the plot creation to be farmed.  Once complete you can just run 1 small instance to mine as it has little to do other than read the file to check the nonces right?
EBS pricing is too high though. renting 2TB for one month is more expensive than just purchasing a drive.
You're spoiling my fun!!  I have it mostly set up now! You are right, 1TB is $100 a month, but then again I can mine on it for a week whilst downloading the plots locally...

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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow
Ah the miner has to read the plots of course.  I think there is a viable solution using AWS with EBS, using NFS to allow the plot creation to be farmed.  Once complete you can just run 1 small instance to mine as it has little to do other than read the file to check the nonces right?
EBS pricing is too high though. renting 2TB for one month is more expensive than just purchasing a drive.
You're spoiling my fun!!  I have it mostly set up now! You are right, 1TB is $100 a month, but then again I can mine on it for a week whilst downloading the plots locally...
To continue spoiling your fun a decent processor can easily do 30 plots/s, but can you download at 30 * 256KB = 7.5MB/s?

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So nobody has figured out how to generate the plots quicker yet?  I think I have a solution that should generate them anywhere from 100-500 times faster.  If I get it up and running (give me half a day) I'll let you know Smiley
I assume this is a gpu solution? If so, glad to see someone else doing it so I don't have to Smiley
Actually no, nothing as involved as that.  I started looking at re-writing it in C++ (which would be more efficient for sure) then it dawned on me that this can be done in a much simpler way, though probably not a way suitable for everyone.  The creation of the plots requires a lot of computing power, but only needs to be done once.  So my not-so-pretty solution is simply to distribute the plot creation out to a farm Smiley  If I can get it working, I think I should be able to achieve upwards of 1TB an hour, maybe 10x this if I have my calculations correct.  In theory I could produce plots for other people, but creation speed would be limited by their internet connection so not really practical Smiley
True... i rented cpu cloud but plots uploading is limited by my 100mb/s internet Sad
Need local solution to run it in NAS (PC) directly...
Ah cool not just me then!  Why store is locally?  Cloud storage is pretty cheap these days.  There's tools to allow you to use s3 like a mounted drive for example.
s3 wouldn't work too well. if you cloud store it you'd have to be able to run the miner there too, because transfer when mining would be too slow
Ah the miner has to read the plots of course.  I think there is a viable solution using AWS with EBS, using NFS to allow the plot creation to be farmed.  Once complete you can just run 1 small instance to mine as it has little to do other than read the file to check the nonces right?
EBS pricing is too high though. renting 2TB for one month is more expensive than just purchasing a drive.
You're spoiling my fun!!  I have it mostly set up now! You are right, 1TB is $100 a month, but then again I can mine on it for a week whilst downloading the plots locally...
To continue spoiling your fun a decent processor can easily do 30 plots/s, but can you download at 30 * 256KB = 7.5MB/s?
No, but if I can generate at 1-10TB an hour, I can be up and mining with a large amount of plots within a few hours and earning blocks.  Then while this is running I can download the plots locally over the course of several days

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August 15, 2014, 05:21:59 AM
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I have a one partion  5TB HDD i wanna create 5 plot in my hdd (5 plot 1TB) which command in run_generate.bat for create 5 plot automate in my hdd. because maybe my system restart when created plot and Not completed generate my plot.next time my system on continue the create next plot .
example this  command in one run_generate.bat file for create 1TB plot and next ..............so on?:
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 0 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 4000000 8000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 8000000 16000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 16000000 24000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 24000000 32000000 1000 6

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I have a one partion  5TB HDD i wanna create 5 plot in my hdd (5 plot 1TB) which command in run_generate.bat for create 5 plot automate in my hdd. because maybe my system restart when created plot and Not completed generate my plot.
example this  command in one run_generate.bat file for create 1TB plot and next ..............so on?:
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 0 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 4000000 8000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 8000000 16000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 16000000 24000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 24000000 32000000 1000 6

or not?

Code:
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 0 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 4000000 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 8000000 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 16000000 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 24000000 4000000  1000 6

It's start and amount, not from till.

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August 15, 2014, 05:34:43 AM
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I have a one partion  5TB HDD i wanna create 5 plot in my hdd (5 plot 1TB) which command in run_generate.bat for create 5 plot automate in my hdd. because maybe my system restart when created plot and Not completed generate my plot.
example this  command in one run_generate.bat file for create 1TB plot and next ..............so on?:
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 0 4000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 4000000 8000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 8000000 16000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 16000000 24000000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 24000000 32000000 1000 6

or not?

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the third number is the dimension of the plot! So the command is:

java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 0 780000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 780001 780000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 1560002 780000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 2340003 780000 1000 6
java -Xmx4000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate 17520506009031685645 3120004 780000 1000 6

780000 it's about 200 GB because 780000 * 256 = 199680000 = 199.6 GB

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