j0nn9


October 22, 2014, 09:37:29 PM 

Hey j0nn9. I am using some computers mining with gapminer on another computer and it seems to work. So i got 'share found' which as far as i can understand it shoud be block found on the daemon of the other pc. But it seems that i didnt found anything.
So my question is, can gapminer indeed mine on another computer's daemon or i am doing something wrong and i am just wasting the miners power? They seem to get work and mining... Could it just be an orphaned?
Yes, it should be possible to mine with gapminer on another computer. If gapcoind accepted the block, you should see something like this: "Found Share 20.798565 => accepted" otherwise: "Found Share 20.798565 => stale!" When your share (block) was accepted, it can still be orphan.

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October 22, 2014, 09:44:11 PM 

Hey j0nn9. I am using some computers mining with gapminer on another computer and it seems to work. So i got 'share found' which as far as i can understand it shoud be block found on the daemon of the other pc. But it seems that i didnt found anything.
So my question is, can gapminer indeed mine on another computer's daemon or i am doing something wrong and i am just wasting the miners power? They seem to get work and mining... Could it just be an orphaned?
Yes, it should be possible to mine with gapminer on another computer. If gapcoind accepted the block, you should see something like this: "Found Share 20.798565 => accepted" otherwise: "Found Share 20.798565 => stale!" When your share (block) was accepted, it can still be orphan. Unfortunately i deleted the logs but i will check it next time. Thanks!




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October 22, 2014, 10:24:33 PM 





j0nn9


October 22, 2014, 10:38:27 PM 

Almost forgot to mention, Gapcoin has two new RPC calls: listbestprimes amount (min merit)
Returns a sorted list of the best prime gap merits.
Arguments: 1. amount (numeric). number of prime gaps to display 2. merit (numeric, default = 16). minimum merit to display
listprimerecords merit
Returns a list of all prime gaps with the given integer merit.
Arguments: 1. merit (numeric 1,2,3..) the prime gap merit.
Note: The above rpccalls can take a long time to respond.

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October 23, 2014, 02:10:21 AM 

btw it would help me a lot if you could compile a binary of gapminer and uploaded on github too




coinfusion


October 23, 2014, 02:37:17 AM 

I got the miner to build on mingw64, but it crashes after submitting a share but before the share message is placed in the log. It looks like something with the line
info_msg("Found Share: %0.10F => %s\n", ((double) cur>get_pow().difficulty()) / TWO_POW48, (accepted ? "accepted" : "stale!"));
in shareprocessor.cpp causes the crash, since it stopped crashing (on testnet at least) once i turned it into just info_msg("found share\n");




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October 23, 2014, 09:01:49 AM 

Is there any indication how long it should take to get soime coins? I.e. after mining x hours at 20000 primespersec you should find a block? Or is it just totally random? There are people in the richlist that have 100+ coins. How did they manage to do that?




z38630610


October 23, 2014, 11:08:28 AM 

mining 24 hours no coin ,from yesterday to now 1411 block




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October 23, 2014, 12:15:15 PM 

Mining this from start with primespersec" : 28968 in the last 24 hours i hit 2 blocks

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valta4065


October 23, 2014, 02:15:41 PM 

cant unpack windows wallet corrupt I out have fun





j0nn9


October 23, 2014, 07:26:07 PM 

Verified!! Thanks! Checksum for the verified files: 1d5a41d58b6d946c163ca8a7db08d70d Gapcoinqtwin32.zip c40a0c965084159650ad2a9e82ceac6c Gapcoinqtwin64.zip

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October 23, 2014, 07:32:11 PM 

I find this coin intriguing




j0nn9


October 23, 2014, 07:46:38 PM 

Is there any indication how long it should take to get soime coins? I.e. after mining x hours at 20000 primespersec you should find a block? Or is it just totally random? There are people in the richlist that have 100+ coins. How did they manage to do that?
Theoretically you will find a gap with merit m (~difficulty) within e^m prime gaps: e^20.45 = 760890487, so you will need to calculate about 760890487 primes to find a new block. If your primes per second are 25000 then you will need 760890487/25000 = 30435 seconds, which are about 8:30 hours. So you will finde ~ 2.8 blocks per day. The rpccall getmininginfo has a new value called gapsperday, which is calculated using the above formula.

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October 23, 2014, 07:49:40 PM 

Is there any indication how long it should take to get soime coins? I.e. after mining x hours at 20000 primespersec you should find a block? Or is it just totally random? There are people in the richlist that have 100+ coins. How did they manage to do that?
Theoretically you will find a gap with merit m (~difficulty) within e^m prime gaps: e^20.45 = 760890487, so you will need to calculate about 760890487 primes to find a new block. If your primes per second are 25000 then you will need 760890487/25000 = 30435 seconds, which are about 8:30 hours. So you will finde ~ 2.8 blocks per day. The rpccall getmininginfo has a new value called gapsperday, which is calculated using the above formula. My stats, 2 machines: Primes per sec combined: 43k Gaps/day combined: 5 Blocks found since launch: 4 Yay, statistics!

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October 23, 2014, 07:50:01 PM 

edit: ^yeah what he said mining 24 hours no coin ,from yesterday to now 1411 block
getmininginfo { "blocks" : 1610, "currentblocksize" : 1000, "currentblocktx" : 0, "difficulty" : 20.46824261, "errors" : "", "generate" : true, "genproclimit" : 1, "sievesize" : 1048576, "sieveprimes" : 500000, "shift" : 20, "primespersec" : 45129, "10gapsperhour" : 12462.47809010, "15gapsperhour" : 0.00000000, "gapsperday" : 5.03182510, "networkprimesps" : 5007342, "pooledtx" : 0, "testnet" : false } EDIT: fixed blocks per hour (thought it 5 mins, now reflecting 2.5 min) primes/network= .009 i'd say I have a .9% chance to find a block each round. thats 21.6% chance each hour and average of 5.18 blocks per day i've found 7 blocks with my 2 systems in 1.5 days, so that's pretty on par. Keep trying. my "give me free coins plz" address GM1UNa4SNpE4C5g47yftsvRRfho6cyoFpo




agran


October 23, 2014, 07:51:00 PM 

@j0nn9, please compile miner for win64. Intel and amd.





j0nn9


October 23, 2014, 08:26:23 PM 

Released gapminer linux binaries, windows will follow.

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agran


October 23, 2014, 08:31:52 PM 

Released gapminer linux binaries, windows will follow. Miner compiled by me on Intel for Linux, did not work for AMD. When I compiled on AMD all was adjusted.




