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Offline itsik78

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Hoping someone can comment on this, just wonder if it is unusual activity or to be expected.  Thanks.

I think you better ask the pool operators that. I don't remember seeing these spikes.
They all have threads in this forum so you can contact the one you're using with this question. Would be more efficient.


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Is this normal? 

I am using a Linux Datasoft Cloud server and with this mmcminer I am getting these traffic spikes, which gets me spammed with emails from the server company.  It looks like over 10mb coming into my linux server.  Is that expected?  Or is there some problem with the server.  Thanks!



Hoping someone can comment on this, just wonder if it is unusual activity or to be expected.  Thanks.
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Is this normal? 

I am using a Linux Datasoft Cloud server and with this mmcminer I am getting these traffic spikes, which gets me spammed with emails from the server company.  It looks like over 10mb coming into my linux server.  Is that expected?  Or is there some problem with the server.  Thanks!

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What is happening with the pool it is taking so well to generate blocks?

Was so fast before and stopped. Does anybody know?
GPU mining killed it.
You can see the HPM of the 2 pools and compare:
http://mmcpool.com/en
http://mmc.1gh.com/
Also, it was the only stable pool for a while so most people mined there.

http://mmcpool.com/en/ bestest pool ever  8)

I have 4 VPS 8 cores each and 60GB of ram. AMD FX 4.8gh
Was going well, but enters the GPU and discouraged. I'll put them to PTS that is better.  >:(
My Rig is for LTC and will not change to MMC.

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What is happening with the pool it is taking so well to generate blocks?

Was so fast before and stopped. Does anybody know?
GPU mining killed it.
You can see the HPM of the 2 pools and compare:
http://mmcpool.com/en
http://mmc.1gh.com/
Also, it was the only stable pool for a while so most people mined there.

http://mmcpool.com/en/ bestest pool ever  8)
1GH CLUB!! PTS mining club - PTS.1GH.COM, MEMORY coin mining club - MMC.1GH.COM, MAX coin mining club - MAX.1GH.COM

Offline itsik78

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What is happening with the pool it is taking so well to generate blocks?

Was so fast before and stopped. Does anybody know?
GPU mining killed it.
You can see the HPM of the 2 pools and compare:
http://mmcpool.com/en
http://mmc.1gh.com/
Also, it was the only stable pool for a while so most people mined there.

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What is happening with the pool it is taking so well to generate blocks?

Was so fast before and stopped. Does anybody know?

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I'm wondering.
Is it really worth to mine on a platform like EC2? I've just configured a system, but I think the costs are higher than the current profit with MMC. Am I right?

Have you consulted the mining calculator and this hardware comparison?  There are a couple of aws instances showing reported hash rates.  I doubt it is profitable based on the current price but it might be worth investing some hours into it in case the price goes up.

http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html
http://mmcwiki.com/

« Last Edit: January 01, 2014, 02:39:52 am by hashbit »

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I'm wondering.
Is it really worth to mine on a platform like EC2? I've just configured a system, but I think the costs are higher than the current profit with MMC. Am I right?
« Last Edit: December 31, 2013, 03:45:19 pm by justhim »

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Hey itsik78, thanks for the write up! I tried the input you provided for EC2 and it worked perfectly. Would you write up another one for GPU mining? I'm not sure how to deal with setting up nvidia drivers from the command prompt. I was hoping to test returns using g2.2xlarge spot instances with either linux or windows. Thank you!

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Just tested this guide and it worked perfectly.

First I did this on Digital Ocean 2core server. I chose Ubuntu 13.10 and the guide worked without no problems. Getting 0.246hash/min with Digital Ocean 2-core cloud.

Then I thought to try out Dell Cloud trial and started standard.large instance with 4 cores and Ubuntu 13.04 but then the guide did not work out and could not figure what went wrong. Then made a new instance with Debian Wheezy 7.1 Server and the guide worked again perfectly. Starting mining here and I found out that this 4core instance hashed 0.462hashes/min which is double what digital ocean does but shouldnt AES-NI support boost the speed?

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make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/mmcpool/mmcminer'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/mmcpool/mmcminer'
root@mmc:~/mmcpool/mmcminer# ./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user my-wallet-adress --threads 1
[09:17:25] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

seems make failed
followed guild in this thread, any idea?
thx

Make sure you don't have 2 instances running... This will cause the segmentation fault.
Another reason would be a very low memory machine (less than 1gb).

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make[2]: Leaving directory `/root/mmcpool/mmcminer'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/mmcpool/mmcminer'
root@mmc:~/mmcpool/mmcminer# ./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user my-wallet-adress --threads 1
[09:17:25] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

seems make failed
followed guild in this thread, any idea?
thx

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i tried joyent and i got banned! I think they watch over cpu usage. Because i cant find any mistake what i done! :o
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So, guys, can you write some manual for mining in http://joyent.com?
They have free $130 for trial. I didn't get how to login in the instance via ssh (using Cygwin). It asks some password that I dont know.

When you create an instance, you need to create a private key.  Download puttygen.exe to creat a public key and use that in Putty.

As for loading the miner, my guide three posts up should work as long as you select Unbutu as your OS.

Note that the $130 credit is $65 per month for two months.
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