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May 08, 2011, 04:44:19 PM
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Hey all,

I got a mining pool going using the Remote Miner bitcoin.

About 14 CPU servers are using the remotecpu miner that is packaged with that, although I had to build for source on linux, and the server is running win7.

Additionally I am running on the bitcoin server options -server and -remoteserver.

All the remote CPUs connect fine and the bitcoin server shows total around 20,000 khash/s

I also am using the poclbm on my ATI Firepro 8700 connecting via RPC on the bitcoin server  poclbm shows around 85 khash/s for that.

I am assuming my total processing is around a 100 khash/s but the client only shows the remote khash.  I noticed this also on the standard bitcoin when doing RPC miners, it does not show the hash rate from the RPC miners.

Anyway, everything seems to work, and I was just wondering if this is a supported configuration, i.e. the 100 khash/s is actually the total amount of work being applied to my mining pool.  Anyone can verify or has a similar configuration?  Thanks!
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May 08, 2011, 06:51:39 PM
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Hey all,

I got a mining pool going using the Remote Miner bitcoin.

About 14 CPU servers are using the remotecpu miner that is packaged with that, although I had to build for source on linux, and the server is running win7.

Additionally I am running on the bitcoin server options -server and -remoteserver.

All the remote CPUs connect fine and the bitcoin server shows total around 20,000 khash/s

I also am using the poclbm on my ATI Firepro 8700 connecting via RPC on the bitcoin server  poclbm shows around 85 khash/s for that.

I am assuming my total processing is around a 100 khash/s but the client only shows the remote khash.  I noticed this also on the standard bitcoin when doing RPC miners, it does not show the hash rate from the RPC miners.

Anyway, everything seems to work, and I was just wondering if this is a supported configuration, i.e. the 100 khash/s is actually the total amount of work being applied to my mining pool.  Anyone can verify or has a similar configuration?  Thanks!

100khash/s from ~14 CPUs sounds about right!

How many watts of electricity are you using?
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May 08, 2011, 07:52:17 PM
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Ah not sure how much juice I'm using.  Too much I'm sure!

I think I mixed up my numbers above.  I've got 11 mixed Xeon 2-4 core servers at 2.4 and 3.2Ghz.  I estimate about 40 cores amidst the 11 servers.

Then there is another water cooled i5 with 8 cores, and the FireGL 8700, and few crappy laptops.

All the servers are using the remotecpu, and the GPU is running the poclbm, all connecting up to the bitcoin windows server.

Assuming about 48 cores = 20,000 khash/s shown in the GUI.

The FireGL runs at 85,000 khash/s shown in the poclbm console.

On average I estimate 100,000 khash/s based on these combined figures.  I dunno if thats right or if all that processing is being used to crack blocks.  Seems like it is.
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