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September 13, 2014, 11:03:53 AM
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why do miners use so much ram?? its so much it must be some bug..

if I use java -Xmx512m the miner have error so I need java -Xmx1024m but then 2 miner instances use 4-5Gb of ram in total?Huh WTF??

same here. It must be some kind of bug, no way it can use so much memory.

looks like it needs more RAM the more plot files you have. maybe a memory leak? i was able to mine great with a raspberry pi with 200GB plot files, now, with 1.1TB the memory usage explodes Tongue

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September 13, 2014, 11:04:58 AM
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why do miners use so much ram?? its so much it must be some bug..

if I use java -Xmx512m the miner have error so I need java -Xmx1024m but then 2 miner instances use 4-5Gb of ram in total?Huh WTF??

disable prefetch and superfetch and then don't worry even if you see all your ram used, you can actually add more tera

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September 13, 2014, 11:10:30 AM
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is dev v2 pool ok?   have not got payout for 8 hours ,usually payout  every 4 hours 
Seems fine. Is you wallet up to date? Some peoples' wallets seem to be getting stuck.
my wallet is fine , up to date.. thanks dev, have not seen you for sometime ... support you
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September 13, 2014, 11:12:47 AM
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why do miners use so much ram?? its so much it must be some bug..

if I use java -Xmx512m the miner have error so I need java -Xmx1024m but then 2 miner instances use 4-5Gb of ram in total?Huh WTF??

disable prefetch and superfetch and then don't worry even if you see all your ram used, you can actually add more tera



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September 13, 2014, 11:16:51 AM
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why price is so low?   such a creative coin
because difficulty is too low now, 1TB can mine 800 bust, with several TB, you can still make great profits with current difficulty, it don't use lots of electricity, all the burst are considered to be free money now.
I think you are right ,but remember that this coin is innovative,, will fly to the sky
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September 13, 2014, 11:20:29 AM
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Just an update on gpu plotter.

Replotting due to ridiculous deadlines and then speculation here also that it is due to the plots that are bugged.

Originally plotted using R9 290 and 14.7.  17k nonces / min

Replotiing on Cat. 13.9 with plotter 2.1.0. 10k nonce / min

Which is strange considering everyone else appear to have increased speeds with 2.0.1 and 2.1.0

Still remains to be seen how deadlines are affected however
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September 13, 2014, 11:21:01 AM
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Developer, it's time for pool v3.

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September 13, 2014, 11:22:57 AM
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Developer, it's time for pool v3.

or solo mining lol
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September 13, 2014, 11:23:52 AM
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Developer, it's time for pool v3.

or solo mining lol

are you solo mining now?

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September 13, 2014, 11:27:28 AM
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Developer, it's time for pool v3.

or solo mining lol

are you solo mining now?

not yet, i want to give a chance to the pool first, something like 12-24 hours
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September 13, 2014, 11:30:29 AM
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Developer, it's time for pool v3.

or solo mining lol

are you solo mining now?

not yet, i want to give a chance to the pool first, something like 12-24 hours

I am thinking about it too. May or may not have enough TB to throw at it. We shall see.

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September 13, 2014, 12:15:11 PM
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Version 1.1.1

This fixes a parsing issue in 1.1.0 that could cause the client to reject valid transactions and blocks, which resulted in a lot orphan blocks, and some users' clients to sometimes get stuck.
Upgrading from 1.1.0 is recommended, but not required, as you shouldn't have any issue on 1.1.0 as long as you are connected to another client running 1.1.1.
Both of my pools are now updated to 1.1.1, which are being used as seed nodes.

https://mega.co.nz/#!z9JH3LZD!_Q8583-QLrJRax9wH30Q-eFVVllHwKpx0m9Zg5Q-uog
sha256: 56cba0fd66274629b7ff5200e8d8c80e6c7a86f69540d41ed8a06fb6ae06b182

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September 13, 2014, 12:18:40 PM
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Version 1.1.1

This fixes a parsing issue in 1.1.0 that could cause the client to reject valid transactions and blocks, which resulted in a lot orphan blocks, and some users' clients to sometimes get stuck.
Upgrading from 1.1.0 is recommended, but not required, as you shouldn't have any issue on 1.1.0 as long as you are connected to another client running 1.1.1.
Both of my pools are now updated to 1.1.1, which are being used as seed nodes.

https://mega.co.nz/#!z9JH3LZD!_Q8583-QLrJRax9wH30Q-eFVVllHwKpx0m9Zg5Q-uog
sha256: 56cba0fd66274629b7ff5200e8d8c80e6c7a86f69540d41ed8a06fb6ae06b182

Thank you.

Fixed my issues.

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September 13, 2014, 12:27:43 PM
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BurstMultipool.com was unexpectedly restarted by OVH and offline for a short time - it is back online now.  Please point your miners and help generate buy pressure.  Completely optimized, automated payouts.

I have also set up the startup scripts so in the future restarts by the VPS provider will result in the pool coming right back online

The pool has issued shares for fractional ownership of it.
Dividends will begin once a portion of the shares have sold.
The asset number is 11375670541237055652

Ok, i'm in for 1. Once I've earned a bit more through mining I may buy more. But the rate the difficulty is increasing....

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September 13, 2014, 12:32:42 PM
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Uray pool2 is now also under stress and i have more failed to submit nonce than accepted succes shares.  Is there a sollution?  3th pool?

It looks like the coin needs more pools to survive

Maybe he should use stronger servers...mining in his pools are a waste of time. Mining with 60TB and only 500 burst in the past 3 hours? wtf?

lol with 60tb you should mine in solo dude, you should make almost 50k a day, those are more than 5 blocks per day, what's the point on mining in pool, with fee?

I solo mined for a day and didn't get any blocks, go frustrated and moved onto a pool in hopes problems were fixed but pool mining not even getting more than 5000 burst a day!

Seems anything more than 5 TB in pool mining is useless.

Changed to solo mining and leaving it, not going to check my wallet for a few days see what happens.

Probably better dividing that 60TB into 5TB and plotting each to a different wallet then pool mining probably make way more than pool mining with the whole thing on one account.

Anyways I'll update with results in a few days. Hoping diff doesn't reach 10PB by next week.
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September 13, 2014, 12:35:13 PM
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As it was announced later after 11800 we have to get DGS and other features with burst wallet. We just passed it, but nothing have happened Huh
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September 13, 2014, 12:37:14 PM
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Uray pool2 is now also under stress and i have more failed to submit nonce than accepted succes shares.  Is there a sollution?  3th pool?

It looks like the coin needs more pools to survive

Maybe he should use stronger servers...mining in his pools are a waste of time. Mining with 60TB and only 500 burst in the past 3 hours? wtf?

lol with 60tb you should mine in solo dude, you should make almost 50k a day, those are more than 5 blocks per day, what's the point on mining in pool, with fee?

I solo mined for a day and didn't get any blocks, go frustrated and moved onto a pool in hopes problems were fixed but pool mining not even getting more than 5000 burst a day!

Seems anything more than 5 TB in pool mining is useless.

Changed to solo mining and leaving it, not going to check my wallet for a few days see what happens.

Probably better dividing that 60TB into 5TB and plotting each to a different wallet then pool mining probably make way more than pool mining with the whole thing on one account.

Anyways I'll update with results in a few days. Hoping diff doesn't reach 10PB by next week.
On Uray's pool, you are correct that it would be better to plot it to different accounts. Only giving credit for the best deadline like it does is very biased against high hashrate users on just one account, as you might have several other deadlines better than other users which aren't getting submitted.

On my pools, single vs multiple accounts should have no effect.

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September 13, 2014, 12:43:48 PM
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As it was announced later after 11800 we have to get DGS and other features with burst wallet. We just passed it, but nothing have happened Huh
The current release still has the old ui included.

I haven't quite finished updating the new nxt ui to burst's look, and will probably release another update for that later today, but if you want to use those features now, grab the html folder from this branch on github https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/uiupgrade128base and drop it in your burst folder instead of the current html folder.

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September 13, 2014, 12:45:51 PM
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As it was announced later after 11800 we have to get DGS and other features with burst wallet. We just passed it, but nothing have happened Huh
The current release still has the old ui included.

I haven't quite finished updating the new nxt ui to burst's look, and will probably release another update for that later today, but if you want to use those features now, grab the html folder from this branch on github https://github.com/BurstProject/burstcoin/tree/uiupgrade128base and drop it in your burst folder instead of the current html folder.
Cool, thanks for fast clarification!
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September 13, 2014, 12:47:46 PM
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@burstcoin: is the API getGuaranteedBalance somehow broken? I just played around a little, and it fails for example when you do the following:

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1. connect to an account with lets say 100 coins
2. getGuaranteedBalance returns 100
3. send 10 coins to another wallet
4. while the transaction is not confirmed, send getGuaranteedBalance again
5. getGuaranteedBalance returns 100

so it looks like getGuaranteedBalance will only return 90 when the previous transaction is confirmed. I would have expected that getGuaranteedBalance should return 90 as soon as the 10 coins are reserved for sending. if the transaction somehow fails, it should return 100 again.

also, I noticed, that the more TB you have to mine with, the more RAM is needed by the JAVA miner. I just tested with VM size of 256MB and it only survived a few hashes. Shouldn't the memory usage stay the same? I mean, it reads a new "block" vom the plot file, and should free the previous one I guess?

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