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Author Topic: [ANN][GAP] Gapcoin - Prime Gap Search - New Math Algo - CPU / GPU - Zero Premine  (Read 285893 times)
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November 06, 2014, 12:32:52 AM
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Why is there only one pool to mine Gap ?

doesn't that affect the mining process or the blockchain integrity ?



nonce-pool doesn't have more than 50% nethash. Don't worry.
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November 06, 2014, 02:18:36 AM
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Anyone else been keeping an eye on testnet?

Difficulty is rising pretty fast, which means some serious mining from a very small base is happening.

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November 06, 2014, 03:01:48 AM
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Anyone else been keeping an eye on testnet?

Difficulty is rising pretty fast, which means some serious mining from a very small base is happening.

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Could very well be the dev working on a GPU miner.  He mentioned it a few posts up.

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November 06, 2014, 10:31:28 AM
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Anyone else been keeping an eye on testnet?

Difficulty is rising pretty fast, which means some serious mining from a very small base is happening.

Regards,

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bsunau7

I see a difficulty below 17. Thats <100k pps total.

Let me show you how to optimize the miner:

My I7-4770k with 8 threads, stock-miner:
pps: 31821 / 31160  10g/h 4473 / 3429  15g/h 0 / 0

Now go on and build your own libgmp from source. When done, run the tune utility for optimum results. Copy your final libgmp.so.10 to /usr/local/lib/.

Now we're at:
pps: 34039 / 34041  10g/h 6077 / 4479  15g/h 0 / 0

Optimizing sieve size:
open src/main.cpp

line 252:
  1048576);

to
   8 * 1048576);


and line 256
  500000);

to
  15000000);

make sure to also change the shift, otherwise you wont be able to submit most blocks! You could specify it on command line, but this is safer:

line 128:
  uint16_t shift = (opts->has_shift() ?  atoi(opts->get_shift().c_str()) : 20);

change to:
  uint16_t shift = (opts->has_shift() ?  atoi(opts->get_shift().c_str()) : 23);


Now its mining at
pps: 38276 / 37068  10g/h 5156 / 5265  15g/h 0 / 0


Lets also add the tuning for Haswell AVX2:
open Makefile and set

OTFLAGS   = -march=core-avx2 -mtune=core-avx2 -O3
(if you have a haswell, of cause)

Results:
pps: 39691 / 39553  10g/h 6059 / 5635  15g/h 0 / 0





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November 06, 2014, 11:00:47 AM
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Anyone else been keeping an eye on testnet?

Difficulty is rising pretty fast, which means some serious mining from a very small base is happening.

Regards,

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bsunau7

I see a difficulty below 17. Thats <100k pps total.

Let me show you how to optimize the miner:

My I7-4770k with 8 threads, stock-miner:
pps: 31821 / 31160  10g/h 4473 / 3429  15g/h 0 / 0

Now go on and build your own libgmp from source. When done, run the tune utility for optimum results. Copy your final libgmp.so.10 to /usr/local/lib/.

Now we're at:
pps: 34039 / 34041  10g/h 6077 / 4479  15g/h 0 / 0

Optimizing sieve size:
open src/main.cpp

line 252:
  1048576);

to
   8 * 1048576);


and line 256
  500000);

to
  15000000);

make sure to also change the shift, otherwise you wont be able to submit most blocks! You could specify it on command line, but this is safer:

line 128:
  uint16_t shift = (opts->has_shift() ?  atoi(opts->get_shift().c_str()) : 20);

change to:
  uint16_t shift = (opts->has_shift() ?  atoi(opts->get_shift().c_str()) : 23);


Now its mining at
pps: 38276 / 37068  10g/h 5156 / 5265  15g/h 0 / 0


Lets also add the tuning for Haswell AVX2:
open Makefile add set

OTFLAGS   = -march=core-avx2 -mtune=core-avx2 -O3
(if you have a haswell, of cause)

Results:
pps: 39691 / 39553  10g/h 6059 / 5635  15g/h 0 / 0


Oh yeah. 20% for free.
Thanks dcct.
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November 06, 2014, 11:20:49 AM
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Herewith, a basic guide for pool mining Gapcoin in the cloud - http://gapcoin.grn.cc/

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November 06, 2014, 01:22:53 PM
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Anyone else been keeping an eye on testnet?

Difficulty is rising pretty fast, which means some serious mining from a very small base is happening.

Regards,

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I see a difficulty below 17. Thats <100k pps total.

Let me show you how to optimize the miner:


Thanks to riecoin my gmp is already custom compiled and tuned.  I only mentioned testnet as the diffidently was high and was increasing at a steady rate.

Interesting that you get some performance out of SIMD with the code as is.  One of the first things I did was to compile with "-ftree-vectorize -mavx2 -ftree-vectorizer-verbose=5" to see what auto-vectorising found.  It didn't find much (any?) to vectorise as most of the size of the loops aren't know at compile time (there are trick you can use however) or a non-uniform step being used.

Regards,

PS.  The fact that GCC couldn't vectorise what should be very conducive to vectorising is a good avenue to work on for speed-ups.

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November 06, 2014, 04:50:51 PM
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Thanks to riecoin my gmp is already custom compiled and tuned.  I only mentioned testnet as the diffidently was high and was increasing at a steady rate.

Interesting that you get some performance out of SIMD with the code as is.  One of the first things I did was to compile with "-ftree-vectorize -mavx2 -ftree-vectorizer-verbose=5" to see what auto-vectorising found.  It didn't find much (any?) to vectorise as most of the size of the loops aren't know at compile time (there are trick you can use however) or a non-uniform step being used.

Regards,

PS.  The fact that GCC couldn't vectorise what should be very conducive to vectorising is a good avenue to work on for speed-ups.

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Its not only the vector extensions that are added, its switching between march=native to everything up to core-avx2. And O2 to O3. I dont know what exactly did the trick, has to be something thats added here.

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November 06, 2014, 07:21:08 PM
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We are currently testing a stratum server on port 3385 for those that can build from source.

https://github.com/noncepool/GapMiner
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November 06, 2014, 10:13:09 PM
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We are currently testing a stratum server on port 3385 for those that can build from source.

https://github.com/noncepool/GapMiner
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November 06, 2014, 10:28:19 PM
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We are currently testing a stratum server on port 3385 for those that can build from source.

https://github.com/noncepool/GapMiner
Code:
[2014-11-07 00:27:47] can not parse server response
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November 06, 2014, 10:54:53 PM
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We are currently testing a stratum server on port 3385 for those that can build from source.

https://github.com/noncepool/GapMiner
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Wouldn't be in any hurry to build it, likely might need some changes.

Note connection string should be similiar.
Code:
./gapminer -o mine3.gap.nonce-pool.com -p 3385 -u username.worker -x password --stratum
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November 07, 2014, 03:56:04 AM
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Hi there,

i've managed to build a experimental gpu miner.
It got me about 200,000 pps with one R9 280x without any overclocking or powertune.

Currently the miner is very experimental and needs to be tested,
therefore I published the source code on github.

The miner is a hybrid version of eXtremals fermat test and GapMiners sieve.
The sieving is calculated on the cpu and the fermat tests are running on the GPU.
Currently it is very (host) memory hungry about 1GB and you have to use one instance
per gpu device.

You can get it with:

Code:
git clone https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner.git -b gpu-miner
cd GapMiner
git submodule init
git submodule update

It was built against amd app sdk v2.9 but maybe works with other versions too.
You can edit the Makefile to change the sdk destination directory.

I will merge nonce-pools stratum changes, and probably fix some bugs
at the weekend, and then create some binaries within the next week.

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November 07, 2014, 06:26:31 AM
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Hi there,

i've managed to build a experimental gpu miner.
It got me about 200,000 pps with one R9 280x without any overclocking or powertune.

Currently the miner is very experimental and needs to be tested,
therefore I published the source code on github.

The miner is a hybrid version of eXtremals fermat test and GapMiners sieve.
The sieving is calculated on the cpu and the fermat tests are running on the GPU.
Currently it is very (host) memory hungry about 1GB and you have to use one instance
per gpu device.

You can get it with:

Code:
git clone https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner.git -b gpu-miner
cd GapMiner
git submodule init
git submodule update

It was built against amd app sdk v2.9 but maybe works with other versions too.
You can edit the Makefile to change the sdk destination directory.

I will merge nonce-pools stratum changes, and probably fix some bugs
at the weekend, and then create some binaries within the next week.

Tell me where and gpu miner himself with the exe file?
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November 07, 2014, 06:28:21 AM
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I will merge nonce-pools stratum changes, and probably fix some bugs
at the weekend, and then create some binaries within the next week.

Tell me where and gpu miner himself with the exe file?

You either:

a) wait a week
b) compile it yourself.

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November 07, 2014, 06:36:13 AM
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No doubt it will be compiled soon.
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November 07, 2014, 08:14:52 AM
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record merit for the last day:
merit: 31.61372127
gap length: 6114
start prime: 9800893666818811479594732182521441591913618525100779877111253311731626918555735 48729
end prime: 9800893666818811479594732182521441591913618525100779877111253311731626918555735 54843
http://coinia.net/gapcoin/blockexplorer.php?q=9877

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November 07, 2014, 11:15:15 AM
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Does anyone tried to compile GPU miner with NVIDIA CUDA SDK?

I have compiled it successfully but running miner fails:
$ gapminer -o http://mine3.gap.nonce-pool.com -p 4200 -u ***.*** -x *** -g
[2014-11-07 11:00:42] Server supports longpoll
[2014-11-07 11:00:42] Got new target: 13.0000000 @ 22.4775703
[2014-11-07 11:00:48] Found platform[0] name = NVIDIA CUDA
[2014-11-07 11:00:48] Found 1 device(s)
[2014-11-07 11:00:48] Compiling ...
[2014-11-07 11:00:48] Source: 205025 bytes
[2014-11-07 11:00:49] :4329:1: warning: type specifier missing, defaults to 'int'
sqrProductScan320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
^

and so on...
Code:
:4670:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function
}
^
:4671:1: warning: type specifier missing, defaults to 'int'
sqrProductScan352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
^
:5068:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function
}
^
:6687:35: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to96(result, limbs, q);
                                  ^~~~~
:3715:53: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan352to96(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                    ^
:6687:42: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to96(result, limbs, q);
                                         ^
:3715:68: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan352to96(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                   ^
:6689:36: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to128(result, limbs, q);
                                   ^~~~~
:3881:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan352to128(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:6689:43: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to128(result, limbs, q);
                                          ^
:3881:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan352to128(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
:6691:36: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to192(result, limbs, q);
                                   ^~~~~
:4076:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan352to192(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:6691:43: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan352to192(result, limbs, q);
                                          ^
:4076:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan352to192(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
:6708:16: error: too few elements in vector initialization (expected 4 elements, have 2)
  uint4 q[2] = {0, 0};
               ^
:6747:17: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      monSqr352(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                ^~~~~
:2025:26: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
void monSqr352(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                         ^
:6747:24: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      monSqr352(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                       ^~~~~
:2025:40: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void monSqr352(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                       ^
:6749:33: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    redcify352(index, q, limbs, m, windowSize);
                                ^
:6674:27: note: passing argument to parameter 'result' here
                uint32_t *result,
                          ^
:6750:15: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul352(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
              ^~~~~
:2669:26: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void monMul352(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                         ^
:6750:22: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul352(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
                     ^
:2669:41: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void monMul352(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                        ^
:6750:25: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul352(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
                        ^~~~~
:2669:56: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void monMul352(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                                       ^
:6755:15: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
  redcHalf352(redcl, limbs, inverted);
              ^~~~~
:3313:28: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
void redcHalf352(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                           ^
:6755:22: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
  redcHalf352(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                     ^~~~~
:3313:42: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void redcHalf352(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                         ^
:6776:35: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to96(result, limbs, q);
                                  ^~~~~
:1458:53: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan320to96(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                    ^
:6776:42: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to96(result, limbs, q);
                                         ^
:1458:68: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan320to96(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                   ^
:6778:36: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to128(result, limbs, q);
                                   ^~~~~
:1611:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan320to128(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:6778:43: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to128(result, limbs, q);
                                          ^
:1611:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan320to128(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
:6780:36: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to192(result, limbs, q);
                                   ^~~~~
:1791:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan320to192(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:6780:43: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [2]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    mulProductScan320to192(result, limbs, q);
                                          ^
:1791:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan320to192(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
:6795:16: error: too few elements in vector initialization (expected 4 elements, have 2)
  uint4 q[2] = {0, 0};
               ^
:6834:17: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      monSqr320(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                ^~~~~
:20:26: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
void monSqr320(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                         ^
:6834:24: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      monSqr320(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                       ^~~~~
:20:40: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void monSqr320(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                       ^
:6835:33: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    redcify320(index, q, limbs, m, windowSize);
                                ^
:6762:27: note: passing argument to parameter 'result' here
                uint32_t *result,
                          ^
:6836:15: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul320(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
              ^~~~~
:566:26: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void monMul320(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                         ^
:6836:22: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul320(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
                     ^
:566:41: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void monMul320(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                        ^
:6836:25: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
    monMul320(redcl, m, limbs, inverted);
                        ^~~~~
:566:56: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void monMul320(uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                                       ^
:6841:15: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
  redcHalf320(redcl, limbs, inverted);
              ^~~~~
:1112:28: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
void redcHalf320(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                           ^
:6841:22: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 *restrict' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
  redcHalf320(redcl, limbs, inverted);
                     ^~~~~
:1112:42: note: passing argument to parameter 'mod' here
void redcHalf320(uint32_t *op, uint32_t *mod, uint32_t invm)
                                         ^
:6846:17: warning: passing 'uint4 const *' to parameter of type 'uint4 *' discards qualifiers
  FermatTest352((const uint4*)p, modpowl);
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
:6700:36: note: passing argument to parameter 'limbs' here
void FermatTest352(uint4 *restrict limbs,
                                   ^
:6860:17: warning: passing 'uint4 const *' to parameter of type 'uint4 *' discards qualifiers
  FermatTest320((const uint4*)p, modpowl);
                ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
:6789:36: note: passing argument to parameter 'limbs' here
void FermatTest320(uint4 *restrict limbs, uint4 *redcl)
                                   ^
:7038:25: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint const *' (aka 'unsigned int const *')
        result[id] = fermat352(p);
                               ^
:6844:28: note: passing argument to parameter 'p' here
bool fermat352(const uint* p) {
                           ^
:7052:26: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint const *' (aka 'unsigned int const *')
  result[id] = fermat320(p);
                         ^
:6858:28: note: passing argument to parameter 'p' here
bool fermat320(const uint* p) {
                           ^
:7109:25: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [6]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      sqrProductScan320(result, op1v);
                        ^~~~~~
:4329:29: note: passing argument to parameter 'out' here
sqrProductScan320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
                            ^
:7109:33: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      sqrProductScan320(result, op1v);
                                ^~~~
:4329:44: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
sqrProductScan320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
                                           ^
:7144:25: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [6]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      sqrProductScan352(result, op1v);
                        ^~~~~~
:4671:29: note: passing argument to parameter 'out' here
sqrProductScan352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
                            ^
:7144:33: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      sqrProductScan352(result, op1v);
                                ^~~~
:4671:44: note: passing argument to parameter 'op' here
sqrProductScan352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op)
                                           ^
:7191:30: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [6]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan320to320(result, op1v, op2v);
                             ^~~~~~
:5069:39: note: passing argument to parameter 'out' here
void mulProductScan320to320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                      ^
:7191:38: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan320to320(result, op1v, op2v);
                                     ^~~~
:5069:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan320to320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:7191:44: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan320to320(result, op1v, op2v);
                                           ^~~~
:5069:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan320to320(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
:7236:30: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [6]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan352to352(result, op1v, op2v);
                             ^~~~~~
:5411:39: note: passing argument to parameter 'out' here
void mulProductScan352to352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                      ^
:7236:38: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan352to352(result, op1v, op2v);
                                     ^~~~
:5411:54: note: passing argument to parameter 'op1' here
void mulProductScan352to352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                     ^
:7236:44: warning: incompatible pointer types passing 'uint4 [3]' to parameter of type 'uint32_t *' (aka 'unsigned int *')
      mulProductScan352to352(result, op1v, op2v);
                                           ^~~~
:5411:69: note: passing argument to parameter 'op2' here
void mulProductScan352to352(uint32_t *out, uint32_t *op1, uint32_t *op2)
                                                                    ^
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November 07, 2014, 11:23:40 AM
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Code:
git clone https://github.com/gapcoin/GapMiner.git -b gpu-miner
cd GapMiner
git submodule init
git submodule update

Wow, that was QUICK! I'm pretty impressed by it!
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November 07, 2014, 11:26:17 AM
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who can compile a miner for win Sad
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