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#601

@zazzbg:
not without compiling the miner on your own

@alfred+quagga+everyone interested:
i suggest to read these two posts (if not already done):
http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=485.msg16564#msg16564 about CPPSRB
http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=485.msg16864#msg16864 about the payout order

there are several things that cause the increase/decrease of the sharelog: (if we just look at a specific point of time, for simplification)

[ul][li]block bounty (caused by difficulty, depending on the overall performance of the xpm network)[/li]
[li]relative performance of the pool (compared to the overall performance of the xpm network) around 2-3 days ago (that’s the confirmation time for a mined block)[/li]
[li]relative performance of the pool (compared to the overall performance of the xpm network) NOW[/li]
[li]# of miners on the pool[/li]
[li]probably more things i’m currently missing[/li]
[li]bad behaving miners (i’m working on getting rid of this, more about this soon)[/li][/ul]

what i can tell:

[ul][li]block bounty was decreasing until yesterday, due to the difficulty increase[/li]
[li]relative performance of the pool was fluctuating a lot within the last days, we had 20-25% on the week / early week (and a small low point on friday due to the outage of the EU server, causing more shares in the sharelog on sunday 19th Jan. (remember: 2-3 days confirmation time of blocks!!)), we’re not at around 30% (currently at 33%)[/li]
[li]# of miners was increasing until the weekend (from 30k to 40k miners, now we’re at 35k, it’s fluctuating and hard to tell were we’re heading, increasing # means more shares in the sharelog)[/li][/ul]

what i can’t tell:

[ul][li]what will be tomorrow (except that the pool will have more xpm to pay due to the increasing performance of the pool within the last days)[/li][/ul]

  • xolokram

ps. also: with the small amount of submitted shares you shouldn’t look at the value of the sharelog, e.g. alfred: the 21th Jan. 2014 sharelog entry is completely dominated by a single 9-chain in your sharelog; while relatively there’s no difference of # of shares in the sharelog compared to the # of shares in the sharehistory as of 22th or 20th of Jan.
pps. i hope that was helpful

/edit: added a few things, typo, cleanup


#602

[quote=“xolokram, post:601, topic:358”]@alfred+quagga+everyone interested:
i suggest to read these two posts (if not already done):
http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=485.msg16564#msg16564 about CPPSRB
http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=485.msg16864#msg16864 about the payout order[/quote]

Thanks! :slight_smile:


#603

Hello!

My operator blocked beeeeer’s pool IP adress. I change it to Eurpoe, Asis, America and have no connect. My miners cannot connecting. What can I do?


#604

Hi Beeeeer Support,

First of all thanks for a great service.

I recently changed the primecoin address that I mine into and although I stopped using the old address the moment I got my last 3XPM payment, payouts still seemed to go into the old address for a while. But now I believe they have stopped. Could I get the remainder on my OLD address transferred onto my NEW address? Will PM the addresses if I need to.

Thanks in advance,


#605

yes

send me signatures (address + message + resulting signature) using the original primecoin client with the wallets of both addresses via PM and i’ll merge them manually.

  • xolokram

ps. you can check remaining shares (shares in the sharelog) on here: http://beta.beeeeer.org/index.php?p=user&s=xpm (click the sharelog checkbox)


#606

I spent some time creating an install script for Debian Wheezy. I use this exclusively for beeeeer.org.

More info here: http://www.nooblet.org/blog/2014/xolos-primeminer-linux-install-script/

I’ve used this to install a few Debian machines quickly.

Features:

[ul][li]Install pre-requisites[/li]
[li]Compile from latest GitHub source[/li]
[li]Add user/group[/li]
[li]Init script[/li]
[li]Log to /var/log/primeminer[/li]
[li]Crontab entries for auto-restart and log rotate[/li]
[li]Set to run at boot[/li]
[li]Uses /etc/primeminer/primeminer.conf as list of pools to loop through (failover)[/li]
[li]Command “status” for pool and chains per day rate (can be used in Nagios/Zabbix)[/li]
[li]Command “uninstall” to remove all files except config at /etc/primeminer[/li][/ul]

Happy mining.


#607

Xolo,

I stopped mining with my VPS on this address. Can you release the few XPM in it to my wallet.

Mining address

AVLTvBfz2eKSqdR6NypyjDCzC3eHCKyEnR


#608

Can someone help on compiling the miner for Windows because there is not much info here - https://github.com/thbaumbach/primecoin/blob/master/doc/build-msw.md


#609

@drozenski:

[quote=“xolokram, post:605, topic:358”]yes

send me signatures (address + message + resulting signature) using the original primecoin client with the [wallet of your address] via PM and i’ll [execute the payout] manually.[/quote]

@zazzbg:
starting point: http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=1547.0

  • xolokram

#610

Thank you very much!


#611

Xolo,

I stopped mining, could you please release the remaining XPM in it to my wallet?

My mining address is AaHpZptfGiqZFNRCbQSAvnkJaKx63Fgd29

Thank you


#612

I could have sworn I saw a post here or on the other thread about being able to get “raw” statics, but I can’t find the post so either I am losing my mind or it was deleted. In any case is there any way to do that? I already figured out how to get the miner statistics but that isn’t included in the JSON.


#613

Just curious: what timezone does the beta Beeeeer site operate in?

(Aside: it’s different from SyStats, though that’s not anybody’s fault).


#614

Here it is: http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=501.msg16498#msg16498
Just search from the box above :slight_smile:


#615

[quote=“alfred, post:613, topic:358”]Just curious: what timezone does the beta Beeeeer site operate in?

(Aside: it’s different from SyStats, though that’s not anybody’s fault).[/quote]

Beeeeer is on UTC I believe. Sy seems to be an hour off from Beeeeer.


#616

yup, server is in UTC

@tunmkr:

[quote=“xolokram, post:605, topic:358”]yes

send me via PM a signature (address + message + resulting signature) using the original primecoin client with the [wallet of your address] via PM and i’ll [execute the payout] manually.[/quote]


#617

@xolokram - Can you please give some instructions about cross compiling the 64 bit version of the miner for Windows on Linux?
Should I use Mingw64 and what about libraries and the actual compiling/making?


#618

Thanks! :slight_smile:

Also just curious: how often do you usually update the payouts per share?


#619

I have a problem compiling the miner on Windows (mingw32).
So I compiled the newest version of the miner and it runs smoothly on my PC (the one that compiled it).
However, I tried it on 2 other PCs (laptops - 32 and 64 bits) and on both I get this error just a short time after starting the miner.

What am I missing?
Should I include some other files or?
Or can someone make a simple tutorial about cross-compiling the miner on Linux for Windows? This is still an option for me.

I got this from the event log:

Faulting application name: primeminer.exe, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x52ec0dee Faulting module name: primeminer.exe, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x52ec0dee Exception code: 0xc0000095 Fault offset: 0x0035804f Faulting process id: 0x29cc Faulting application start time: 0x01cf1ef3fdf8d76e Faulting application path: C:\Intel\primeminer.exe Faulting module path: C:\Intel\primeminer.exe

#620

zazzbg, that’s an integer overflow error, try 64bit mingw & make sure you’re running a 64 bit os.