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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #135 on: February 09, 2015, 01:47:02 am »
My local wallet is now showing 595 MNs, 7 elected so far. :)

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #136 on: February 09, 2015, 01:48:45 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?

I might do it if I have time for 1.25 BTC or so (meaning you'd pay me if/when I complete it), but it wouldn't be a priority.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #137 on: February 09, 2015, 01:50:20 am »
My local wallet is now showing 595 MNs, 7 elected so far. :)

daemon> mnlist known

shows me 612, 7 elected

And a few of my MNs finally start to get some votes.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #138 on: February 09, 2015, 01:51:03 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?

I might do it if I have time for 1.25 BTC or so (meaning you'd pay me if/when I complete it), but it wouldn't be a priority.

What kind of improvements would you guarantee for 1.25 btc?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #139 on: February 09, 2015, 01:51:57 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?

I might do it if I have time for 1.25 BTC or so (meaning you'd pay me if/when I complete it), but it wouldn't be a priority.

What kind of improvements would you guarantee for 1.25 btc?

Hard to gauge with CPU unless you define a platform.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #140 on: February 09, 2015, 01:53:32 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?

I might do it if I have time for 1.25 BTC or so (meaning you'd pay me if/when I complete it), but it wouldn't be a priority.

What kind of improvements would you guarantee for 1.25 btc?

Hard to gauge with CPU unless you define a platform.

For the 1.25 btc, would you go through and optimize each of the SpreadX11 algorithms?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #141 on: February 09, 2015, 01:54:29 am »
Those of you that are miners (I am not) would having wolf0's optimized CPU miner make any real difference in the overall network hashrate?  Would it even be worth using or would you be expecting a block once a month kind of thing?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #142 on: February 09, 2015, 02:07:13 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?

I might do it if I have time for 1.25 BTC or so (meaning you'd pay me if/when I complete it), but it wouldn't be a priority.

What kind of improvements would you guarantee for 1.25 btc?

Hard to gauge with CPU unless you define a platform.

For the 1.25 btc, would you go through and optimize each of the SpreadX11 algorithms?

Myself? No - there are already implementations out there; the hard part is understanding them - you have to get it to modify them for SpreadX11.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #143 on: February 09, 2015, 03:04:18 am »
Those of you that are miners (I am not) would having wolf0's optimized CPU miner make any real difference in the overall network hashrate?  Would it even be worth using or would you be expecting a block once a month kind of thing?

Depends on the number of CPU miners, and their CPUs. The IRC bot tells me my CPU, with this current, half done miner, would mine ~1.22 SPR/day.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #144 on: February 09, 2015, 03:10:58 am »
I've found couple of blocks that are above 70-71-72 SPR. Is that normal?

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #145 on: February 09, 2015, 03:16:40 am »
Mr. Spread or anyone for that matter (wolf0?) if you can spare large quantities of tSPR, send them my way please:

n3AqT2ugzLdQtZGo5t8wfnqb5mrSbE97yk

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #146 on: February 09, 2015, 03:24:14 am »
Mr. Spread or anyone for that matter (wolf0?) if you can spare large quantities of tSPR, send them my way please:

n3AqT2ugzLdQtZGo5t8wfnqb5mrSbE97yk

I don't have large quantities, but I'll send you ~1.45k, and more as I get it.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #147 on: February 09, 2015, 03:28:38 am »
Mr. Spread or anyone for that matter (wolf0?) if you can spare large quantities of tSPR, send them my way please:

n3AqT2ugzLdQtZGo5t8wfnqb5mrSbE97yk

Sent you what I have left out side of 13 MN's...(since what I have is mostly what you sent me).

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #148 on: February 09, 2015, 03:44:21 am »
Guys, everyone here should have 50+ masternodes.  They really have very little overhead at this point and we need to get to 1440.

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Re: Masternodes Testing (Round 2)
« Reply #149 on: February 09, 2015, 03:45:08 am »
Guys, everyone here should have 50+ masternodes.  They really have very little overhead at this point and we need to get to 1440.

But... you just asked for our tSPR...  :P