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Offline salvo0097

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What is  the complete command crontab on ubuntu to reload (or load) miner every hour ?

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hi, I'm a new miner, using ubuntu built by vmware
my cpu is e3-1230v2
i dont know the hash is correct or not
could someone help me check the hash is normal?thx!!!
Push "getmininginfo" into console (it's in "About" menu of wallet). For your CPU hashrate = 1hpm  looks like real value.
the wallet shows it is not mining after the words pushed in..
when i am mining in the pool ,does the wallet show mining condition?

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KillerByte thank you for the update!!!


Man...if you had windows support - i would have brought in around 1000 HPM within a few hours :/

is it a big problem to compile under windows ?
i compiled for windows but only 32bit version ... and miner work very unstable... if you give me little donation I will post link to windows miner

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pool down again.... very unstable

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It seems the pool is down again.  :'(

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hi, I'm a new miner, using ubuntu built by vmware
my cpu is e3-1230v2
i dont know the hash is correct or not
could someone help me check the hash is normal?thx!!!
Push "getmininginfo" into console (it's in "About" menu of wallet). For your CPU hashrate = 1hpm  looks like real value.

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hi, I'm a new miner, using ubuntu built by vmware
my cpu is e3-1230v2
i dont know the hash is correct or not
could someone help me check the hash is normal?thx!!!

[MASTER] work received
hash generated - 11570 / 1968 / 303079896
hash generated - 4827 / 1968 / 910974120
hash generated - 8228 / 1968 / 2431904866
hash generated - 15772 / 1968 / 3861104560
hash generated - 11306 / 1968 / 209050519
hash generated - 6014 / 1968 / 787888148
hash generated - 6025 / 1968 / 192069345
hash generated - 4731 / 1968 / 908893491
hash generated - 906 / 1968 / 1802277146
hash generated - 6497 / 1968 / 2469177481
hash generated - 1081 / 1968 / 2618521548
hash generated - 10189 / 1968 / 2131177348
hash generated - 746 / 1968 / 253564879
hash generated - 7678 / 1968 / 1412918082
hash generated - 15125 / 1968 / 1104544894
« Last Edit: December 25, 2013, 10:58:40 am by oysterzz »

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@itsik78

Thanks its working I guess it doesn't show the miner working until you request to see it. I checked the cpu usage using the htop command and happy to see 100% across all 32 cores :)

Thanks for the help. 2 MMC for your help!

Yep, as I said, you can see the progress in the nohup.out file (it prints everything there instead of directly on the console).
I suggest you take a look at the file with the command I gave you just to make sure :)

Thanks for the tip!

EDIT: OH! Forgot to tell you that in the "less nohup.out" screen you need to press shift+f in order to scroll down to the bottom of the file and see the live progress :) (and ctrl+c >> q to quit)
« Last Edit: December 25, 2013, 10:20:26 am by itsik78 »

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I'v started mining on WINDOWS7 using the primeminer for XPM (the 32bit version, because the 64bit one crashes) and it seem to WORK - I'm getting shares, but I don't know if I will get paid or smth :? so someone can answer me - should I continue with this or w8 for a proper miner for Windows???

I don't think it will work, mining MMC is different than mining XPM. I wouldn't waste using that unless you want to test it and wait until we find the next block. Look for your wallet address in the payout list if its not their than it doesn't work.


@itsik78

Thanks its working I guess it doesn't show the miner working until you request to see it. I checked the cpu usage using the htop command and happy to see 100% across all 32 cores :)

Thanks for the help. 2 MMC for your help!
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getting an error sometimes on some of my servers and mining stops.

Segmentation error: Core Dumped.

Anyway around that so I don't have to restart it manually?

Thanks.

Create a .sh file and run it instead of calling the miner directly:
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echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &

Hope it helps..

MMC: MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN

That will work with Ubuntu 13.0 right?
Should I enter those commands in the miner/src dir or root?

I entered it in the miner dir and got this:
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ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MJaEYRNmKg7CH11sAX8swDcMhdAbY4KnqE -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ chmod +x run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup ./run.sh &
[3] 74238
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’

ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$

Did that work? Should it run the miner or do I now just enter the miner command to run it?

Thanks.

Yep, it probably worked. You can press enter and then call
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less nohup.out to see the miner's progress.
Then you can leave the console freely without killing the process


« Last Edit: December 25, 2013, 10:07:36 am by itsik78 »

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I'v started mining on WINDOWS7 using the primeminer for XPM (the 32bit version, because the 64bit one crashes) and it seem to WORK - I'm getting shares, but I don't know if I will get paid or smth :? so someone can answer me - should I continue with this or w8 for a proper miner for Windows???

« Last Edit: December 25, 2013, 10:11:18 am by daniobg »

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getting an error sometimes on some of my servers and mining stops.

Segmentation error: Core Dumped.

Anyway around that so I don't have to restart it manually?

Thanks.

Create a .sh file and run it instead of calling the miner directly:
Code: [Select]
echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &

Hope it helps..

MMC: MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN

That will work with Ubuntu 13.0 right?
Should I enter those commands in the miner/src dir or root?

I entered it in the miner dir and got this:
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ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MJaEYRNmKg7CH11sAX8swDcMhdAbY4KnqE -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ chmod +x run.sh
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup ./run.sh &
[3] 74238
ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$ nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’

ubuntu@ip-10-237-131-99:~/memoryminer/src$

Did that work? Should it run the miner or do I now just enter the miner command to run it?

Thanks.
If I helped you and want to show your appreciation donate any amount:
Pjem2V2FDPGZa6yAvpL2fN5yZKXYUNLSv5

Offline itsik78

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getting an error sometimes on some of my servers and mining stops.

Segmentation error: Core Dumped.

Anyway around that so I don't have to restart it manually?

Thanks.

Create a .sh file and run it instead of calling the miner directly:
Code: [Select]
echo '#! /bin/bash' > run.sh
echo 'while true; do ./memoryminer -poolip=mmc.xpool.xram.co -poolport=1339 -pooluser=MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN -genproclimit=32; sleep 1; done' >> run.sh
chmod +x run.sh
nohup ./run.sh &

Hope it helps..

MMC: MQdsjzu6KMgqzMAZ7xhmiRbyzTukGcrDPN