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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #120 on: February 09, 2015, 12:51:57 am »
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« Reply #121 on: February 09, 2015, 12:52:28 am »
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Finally, I see one elected MN.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #122 on: February 09, 2015, 12:54:31 am »
The QT wallet still takes a very long time to 'catch up' with the total masternode list if it's shut down and restarted.

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« Reply #123 on: February 09, 2015, 12:54:56 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #124 on: February 09, 2015, 12:57:14 am »
The QT wallet still takes a very long time to 'catch up' with the total masternode list if it's shut down and restarted.

I tried the same thing...can confirm. 

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #125 on: February 09, 2015, 12:59:46 am »
I see 545 MNs with "mnlist known"

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #126 on: February 09, 2015, 01:00:22 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

Well I hope you or someone as good as you at this stuff releases a better CPU in-wallet miner then, that would provide a meaningful jump in nethash and decentralisation for Spread.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #127 on: February 09, 2015, 01:04:56 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

Well I hope you or someone as good as you at this stuff releases a better CPU in-wallet miner then, that would provide a meaningful jump in nethash and decentralisation for Spread.

Depending on the CPU's capabilities, it can probably get more than 3x or even 4x better. I'm just lazy.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #128 on: February 09, 2015, 01:10:58 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

Well I hope you or someone as good as you at this stuff releases a better CPU in-wallet miner then, that would provide a meaningful jump in nethash and decentralisation for Spread.

Depending on the CPU's capabilities, it can probably get more than 3x or even 4x better. I'm just lazy.

How much would it cost to unlazy you and to release it to the public?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #129 on: February 09, 2015, 01:20:14 am »
The QT wallet still takes a very long time to 'catch up' with the total masternode list if it's shut down and restarted.

I tried the same thing...can confirm.

I haven't tried it.  What kind of times are you guys seeing?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #130 on: February 09, 2015, 01:25:05 am »
The QT wallet still takes a very long time to 'catch up' with the total masternode list if it's shut down and restarted.

I tried the same thing...can confirm.

I haven't tried it.  What kind of times are you guys seeing?

I'm at 306 now in about ten minutes.  It seems like it is similar to a wallet sync - it takes time for the MN list to update.  I'm not sure that it has any effect on function...

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #131 on: February 09, 2015, 01:26:49 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

Well I hope you or someone as good as you at this stuff releases a better CPU in-wallet miner then, that would provide a meaningful jump in nethash and decentralisation for Spread.

Depending on the CPU's capabilities, it can probably get more than 3x or even 4x better. I'm just lazy.

How much would it cost to unlazy you and to release it to the public?

idk, you offering?

Also, finally finished setting up my MNs in such a way as to test the masternode limit. I mined every coin :D

(NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/spreadmntest.png

I went from 100 to 200, in increments of 5 - each MN should be kicked in turn.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #132 on: February 09, 2015, 01:27:02 am »
So what happens if I accidentally send some coins to an address that is already up and running as a MN?

Does it kick it out, make it start over in the MN process?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #133 on: February 09, 2015, 01:32:41 am »
So what happens if I accidentally send some coins to an address that is already up and running as a MN?

Does it kick it out, make it start over in the MN process?

Shouldn't have any effect - MN's get paid, adding to their balance - but it wont increase what the system sees as the MN collateral, as that's tied to a specific input (or technically an unspent output?), the one displayed in the MN tab. To increase the MN collateral you'll have to generate another lump sum and wait for 50 confirms etc.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #134 on: February 09, 2015, 01:33:28 am »
Okay, I should be able to sustain 4.5Ghz - 4.625Ghz kept locking up while mining tSPR. I'll mine a bunch and then give them out, and make some MNs, of course.

Screenshot (modified spreadcoin-qt, NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/miner/spreadcoinwalletminer.png

Also, is anyone else getting the wallet whacked by the OOM killer while mining using it?

EDIT: Scratch that, forgot to free some stuff in my SIMD code. Come to think of it, I should just put that on the stack...

That's 10X better than the i5@2.6GH/s in my laptop.  :P

What do you get with the stock miner on the same machine?

220kh/s - 230kh/s. It's just a rough hack job on the code, swapping out the terrible SPH code for something better. I haven't really spent much time on it, to fine-tune it, or even replace all the algos in SpreadX11.

Well I hope you or someone as good as you at this stuff releases a better CPU in-wallet miner then, that would provide a meaningful jump in nethash and decentralisation for Spread.

Depending on the CPU's capabilities, it can probably get more than 3x or even 4x better. I'm just lazy.

How much would it cost to unlazy you and to release it to the public?

idk, you offering?

Also, finally finished setting up my MNs in such a way as to test the masternode limit. I mined every coin :D

(NSFW): https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/spreadmntest.png

I went from 100 to 200, in increments of 5 - each MN should be kicked in turn.

I honestly don't know a fair rate for such a thing.

I suspect at this point you have a lot of SPR and that it would be in your best interest for such code to be released to the general public.

How much would make it worth your while?