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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #90 on: December 26, 2013, 03:20:51 pm »
20 servers with 10 hpms should at least give me 180+ hpm total on the top miners list. I am only seeing around 55 hpm.

My miners are all working perfect...been running for quite sometime. Where is the rest of my hash power going? >:(
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #91 on: December 26, 2013, 03:23:25 pm »
It would be great to see the pool source and be able to maintain a healthy mining balance by letting many others set up similar pools.
He has sold the source to a few people. I am looking to buy but not sure what the cost is. He currently has (give or take) 99% hash power which is very dangerous
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #92 on: December 26, 2013, 03:27:12 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #93 on: December 26, 2013, 03:28:03 pm »
Lately getting too many REJECTS :(

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #94 on: December 26, 2013, 03:41:59 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
I trust this, I just imagine its a botnet. If it is a botnet that is approx 6000 bots which is quite easy to get...
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #95 on: December 26, 2013, 03:46:52 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
I trust this, I just imagine its a botnet. If it is a botnet that is approx 6000 bots which is quite easy to get...
I also think it's from a botnet. If you compare the graph from http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html about the difficulty it was raising maybe of one ore more botnets.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #96 on: December 26, 2013, 04:29:14 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
I trust this, I just imagine its a botnet. If it is a botnet that is approx 6000 bots which is quite easy to get...
I also think it's from a botnet. If you compare the graph from http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html about the difficulty it was raising maybe of one ore more botnets.

It still is quite possible for a person to achieve that kind of speed on EC2, even with a fairly high reject rate. Remember that the higher reject rate doesn't affect faster machines as much as they spend less time on a hash before looking up and acquiring new work.

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #97 on: December 26, 2013, 04:43:15 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
I trust this, I just imagine its a botnet. If it is a botnet that is approx 6000 bots which is quite easy to get...
I also think it's from a botnet. If you compare the graph from http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html about the difficulty it was raising maybe of one ore more botnets.

It still is quite possible for a person to achieve that kind of speed on EC2, even with a fairly high reject rate. Remember that the higher reject rate doesn't affect faster machines as much as they spend less time on a hash before looking up and acquiring new work.

Currently I'm getting 9.5 - 9.8 hpm on cc2.8xlarge instance, so this would be more than 100 instances.. 5-7  accounts with 2 regions each x10 instances in each region?  :o
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #98 on: December 26, 2013, 04:44:52 pm »
How long does it take for blocks to mature?

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #99 on: December 26, 2013, 04:54:01 pm »
so waited a few blocks more and seems that my 200 hpm is getting 60 hmp on the pool and making almost 1 MMC from 20 servers (32 cores/server)

Going to give it around 10-15 minutes more, if it stays the same going back to xpool.

Update:

HPM on the site is going down, lol sorry but I lost trust in this pool. if the stats are correct then the 1200 HPM miner must have a 1000 servers running.

Back to xpool.
I trust this, I just imagine its a botnet. If it is a botnet that is approx 6000 bots which is quite easy to get...
I also think it's from a botnet. If you compare the graph from http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html about the difficulty it was raising maybe of one ore more botnets.

It still is quite possible for a person to achieve that kind of speed on EC2, even with a fairly high reject rate. Remember that the higher reject rate doesn't affect faster machines as much as they spend less time on a hash before looking up and acquiring new work.

Currently I'm getting 9.5 - 9.8 hpm on cc2.8xlarge instance, so this would be more than 100 instances.. 5-7  accounts with 2 regions each x10 instances in each region?  :o

You can request up to 100 of the high-memory (250GB RAM) which has 32 cores (16 physical) per region, although that many never get filled, not even close. However, with just one account, raised limits, and a willingness to pay a pretty penny, it's more than possible. I ran at 900 for a few hours on EC2 until the pool started getting laggy, sending some rejects, and most importantly not providing work fast enough, leaving the miners only using 30-50% of the possible CPU time :(

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #100 on: December 26, 2013, 04:56:54 pm »
How long does it take for blocks to mature?

Last confirmed block was 2713, mined 8 hours ago.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #101 on: December 26, 2013, 06:02:46 pm »
Pool down?
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #102 on: December 26, 2013, 06:36:00 pm »
How long does it take for blocks to mature?

Last confirmed block was 2713, mined 8 hours ago.
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Each block should average 6 minutes, so 8 hours sounds right.

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #103 on: December 26, 2013, 06:50:58 pm »
Any number on how much OP is charging for pool source code?

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - I need your CPU power!
« Reply #104 on: December 26, 2013, 06:53:29 pm »
[18:50:41] Stats: 5.448 hash/min
[18:50:44] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected

16 core and a lot of rejected, Why?
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