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December 04, 2014, 12:14:51 AM
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I have 50TB and i can not even get 12K per day. (No matter the pool i am using)

I ran into a similar problem recently... seems to be corrected when I reboot (verified over three reboots, now.)  I haven't figured out why yet, doesn't seem to be  clockskew or the drives getting  slower the longer the system is up...

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I see same thing... used wplotgenerator.exe and blago's miner.  If I don't reboot daily, I can go for days without finding a block with 54TB

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December 04, 2014, 12:16:54 AM
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I have 50TB and i can not even get 12K per day. (No matter the pool i am using)

I ran into a similar problem recently... seems to be corrected when I reboot (verified over three reboots, now.)  I haven't figured out why yet, doesn't seem to be  clockskew or the drives getting  slower the longer the system is up...

dcct-miner on Ubuntu Trusty
I see same thing... used wplotgenerator.exe and blago's miner.  If I don't reboot daily, I can go for days without finding a block with 54TB
set your computer to auto reboot plus run miners on startup.

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December 04, 2014, 12:18:10 AM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.
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December 04, 2014, 12:29:32 AM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.
mine will not run for some reason

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December 04, 2014, 02:39:06 AM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.

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December 04, 2014, 05:17:12 AM
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I have just published Burst.Today version 1.6, and its looking very promising. I have resolved the main issues with setting the reward recipient, and added several features for debugging. This new version points to the updated burstforms pool (burst.ga:8124) , which has been through many changes since I worked on this last.

Unfortunately, I have not had the time to test it out fully, I'm sure there are a few bugs left to chase down. I could really use some feedback on it, if any of you brave souls would be willing to give it a try and give me your thoughts I would be thankful!

Instructions and downloads are at:
www.burst.today

Discussion thread is at:
https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/burst-today-v1-6-released-windows-ui-for-burst-mining.356/

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December 04, 2014, 08:57:47 AM
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I have just published Burst.Today version 1.6, and its looking very promising. I have resolved the main issues with setting the reward recipient, and added several features for debugging. This new version points to the updated burstforms pool (burst.ga:8124) , which has been through many changes since I worked on this last.

Unfortunately, I have not had the time to test it out fully, I'm sure there are a few bugs left to chase down. I could really use some feedback on it, if any of you brave souls would be willing to give it a try and give me your thoughts I would be thankful!

Instructions and downloads are at:
www.burst.today

Discussion thread is at:
https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/burst-today-v1-6-released-windows-ui-for-burst-mining.356/

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Awesome!!

This is exactly the kind of thing we need more of.. not brave enough to risk trying it out myself and risk it overwriting something until it is well established though.

And just in general.. not a fan of closed source when it comes to crypto stuff because I'm worried it might try to steal my passwords.  Maybe I'm paranoid though.

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December 04, 2014, 11:52:08 AM
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I and others have earlier talked about the possibility of creating community bounties to develop Burst even more (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9718639#msg9718639 for this).

My question is: Would anyone contribute to development a cloud-site mining site inspired by ZenMiners (see https://cloud.zenminer.com/signup/invite/0cdc0f6c224fb3c9bf09368b7b5f6326487ab708), where your donation will get you shares of the profits (minus dev-bounty)...? A site where you can buy/sell Burst mining capacity as easily as you today can acquire and sell sha and scrypt GH/MH)?

Please let me hear what you think; PM's is ok too. Also see and respond in the bounty thread at burstforum: https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/possible-bounties-discussion-and-suggestions.329/

Thanks!

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December 04, 2014, 12:54:34 PM
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I have 50TB and i can not even get 12K per day. (No matter the pool i am using)

I ran into a similar problem recently... seems to be corrected when I reboot (verified over three reboots, now.)  I haven't figured out why yet, doesn't seem to be  clockskew or the drives getting  slower the longer the system is up...

dcct-miner on Ubuntu Trusty
I see same thing... used wplotgenerator.exe and blago's miner.  If I don't reboot daily, I can go for days without finding a block with 54TB

Are your plots optimized?

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December 04, 2014, 12:59:42 PM
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I have 50TB and i can not even get 12K per day. (No matter the pool i am using)

I ran into a similar problem recently... seems to be corrected when I reboot (verified over three reboots, now.)  I haven't figured out why yet, doesn't seem to be  clockskew or the drives getting  slower the longer the system is up...

dcct-miner on Ubuntu Trusty
I see same thing... used wplotgenerator.exe and blago's miner.  If I don't reboot daily, I can go for days without finding a block with 54TB

Are your plots optimized?
they were, I wasn't finding any blocks with optimized plots so I undid optimization and used stagger sizes 32768, 57344 and 65536 (different drives) and replotted with wplotter. (win7 64bit)

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December 04, 2014, 02:24:28 PM
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I and others have earlier talked about the possibility of creating community bounties to develop Burst even more (see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923.msg9718639#msg9718639 for this).

My question is: Would anyone contribute to development a cloud-site mining site inspired by ieenMiners (see https://cloud.zenminer.com/signup/invite/0cdc0f6c224fb3c9bf09368b7b5f6326487ab708), where your donation will get you shares of the profits (minus dev-bounty)...? A site where you cab buy/sell Burst mining capacity as easily as you today can acquire and sell sha and scrypt GH/MH)?

Please let me hear what you think; PM's is ok PM too. Also see and respond in the bounty thread at burstforum: https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/possible-bounties-discussion-and-suggestions.329/

Thanks!

Right now there's my project (BLTPS) which uses Cloud Mining already and will also start paying investors sooner than expected.
It isn't HDD based, but who knows in the future!?

I think is a little too early to start talking about big investments in cloud infrastructure. I could even build a 1 PB server and start selling shares, but what would happen if, for some reason Burst fails? not only to me or the server, but also to the investors!?
It's not like I'm saying this shouldn't be done or Burst will fail! I'm one of those investing quite a lot, so don't misunderstand me.
I'm just saying that the risks linked to a new coin have to be weighted, that's why I've started with something on a small scale, able to scale up easily and "mutable" like BLTPS project is.

As far as the "site" way of distributing and promoting the initiative, let's just say that, concerning BLTPS, I'll be developing more features as the project scales up but right now I'm fine the way it is, because it is also showing an alternative ways of using the Asset Exchange embedded in Burst.
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December 04, 2014, 02:30:44 PM
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I can't get this working I have a weird error that pops up when I try to run the pocminer.

Error: Registry key 'Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment'\CurrentVersion'

I found the problem tho you have to have Java 7 to make this work it doesn't look
like its compatible with the newest Java 8 yet.

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December 04, 2014, 02:58:32 PM
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C:\Windows\SysWOW64\java -Xmx1000m -cp pocminer.jar;lib/*;lib/akka/*;lib/jetty/* pocminer.POCMiner generate MyAddress
 0 100000 500 7

What am I doing wrong this is not working?

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December 04, 2014, 03:07:51 PM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.
mine will not run for some reason

Are you getting any kind of error? What OS are you running. And do you have Java 7 installed? I had problems running Burst software with Java 8.
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December 04, 2014, 03:22:38 PM
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plotting uses ram . try

1) not to run anything while plotting

2) check ram consumption and core consumption ( if some software uses cores they slow down wplot)
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December 04, 2014, 03:24:12 PM
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try -Xmx750m instead of -Xmx1000m

This helped me.
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December 04, 2014, 03:52:52 PM
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I have just published Burst.Today version 1.6, and its looking very promising. I have resolved the main issues with setting the reward recipient, and added several features for debugging. This new version points to the updated burstforms pool (burst.ga:8124) , which has been through many changes since I worked on this last.

Unfortunately, I have not had the time to test it out fully, I'm sure there are a few bugs left to chase down. I could really use some feedback on it, if any of you brave souls would be willing to give it a try and give me your thoughts I would be thankful!

Instructions and downloads are at:
www.burst.today

Discussion thread is at:
https://burstforum.com/index.php?threads/burst-today-v1-6-released-windows-ui-for-burst-mining.356/

Regards,
BTR
 

Awesome!!

This is exactly the kind of thing we need more of.. not brave enough to risk trying it out myself and risk it overwriting something until it is well established though.

And just in general.. not a fan of closed source when it comes to crypto stuff because I'm worried it might try to steal my passwords.  Maybe I'm paranoid though.

No worries my friend! Burst.Today is completely open source, written in VB.NET and posted on GitHub. From the Burst.Today website menu at the top, go to Souce codes, and there are links to the source codes for the Burst.Today UI and Launcher applications.  

The application installs to C:\Burst.Today\ so as long as you're not using that folder it shouldn't mess with any existing installs. 

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December 04, 2014, 03:57:36 PM
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Is there any profitability calculator out of there?

Have you considered to integrate this into a Torrent client? Including someking of Proof of Bandwith?
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December 04, 2014, 04:12:18 PM
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Hi all, I am having an issue with wplotgenerator, I'm hoping someone is able to provide some advice.

I am plotting with an i7 4770k, I am able to reach 10,000-12,000 nonces/min without overclocking. My issue is that the plotter will start plotting in that range and then start dropping to 5,000 nonces/min, then 3,000 nonces/min, all the way down to around 700 nonces/min. This problem used to only happen once in a while but now I am having to restart the plotter every 20-30 minutes to stay in the 10k nonces/min range.

Has this happened to anyone else? Anyone find a way to keep it stable? I am running windows 8.

SOLVED! I reduced the ram usage in wplotgenerator and everything is now stable around 12,000 nonces/min. I also reseated the ram and CPU on the motherboard, but I don't think that was what fixed it.

I have 8gb ram installed, so I was using 6gb to plot with, assuming more is better, still leaving a bit for other operations. Well, I was wrong. Follow the readme suggestion regarding the ram command (2x the ram you have installed). I upped it slightly, so now I am using 4.5gb ram for plotting and it's working great.
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December 04, 2014, 04:29:22 PM
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Is there any profitability calculator out of there?

Have you considered to integrate this into a Torrent client? Including someking of Proof of Bandwith?

here:

https://bchain.info/BURST/tools/calculator

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