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Offline Firefly

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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.

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What does this mean?

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[11:21:32] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
[11:22:03] Found solution - 1080 / 1968 / 2698089430
[11:24:55] Stats: 0.294 hash/min
[11:28:20] Stats: 0.296 hash/min
[11:28:34] Found solution - 241 / 1968 / 1690061022
[11:31:02] Found solution - 14593 / 1968 / 380243741
[11:31:44] Stats: 0.297 hash/min
[11:31:59] Found solution - 8428 / 1968 / 1734601141
[11:32:38] Found solution - 1848 / 1968 / 2972320753
[11:35:09] Stats: 0.297 hash/min
[11:35:20] Found solution - 90 / 1968 / 161908279
[11:38:34] Stats: 0.297 hash/min
[11:41:50] Found solution - 7761 / 1968 / 43954557
[11:42:02] Stats: 0.297 hash/min
[11:45:26] Stats: 0.298 hash/min
[11:47:49] Found solution - 13929 / 1968 / 2871703692
[11:48:48] Found share ...18d46090654a0430: submitting
[11:48:48] Stats: 0.298 hash/min
[11:48:53] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected
[11:52:04] Found solution - 7547 / 1968 / 3629289288
[11:52:20] Stats: 0.294 hash/min
[11:55:46] Stats: 0.294 hash/min
[11:59:10] Stats: 0.293 hash/min
[12:02:38] Stats: 0.298 hash/min
[12:06:07] Stats: 0.294 hash/min
[12:09:36] Stats: 0.291 hash/min
[12:10:57] Found solution - 11136 / 1968 / 3515722300
[12:13:03] Stats: 0.296 hash/min
[12:15:07] Found solution - 4911 / 1968 / 1893626831
[12:16:27] Found share ...5f04cd458ecd972e: submitting
[12:16:27] Stats: 0.296 hash/min
[12:16:27] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected
[12:19:50] Stats: 0.296 hash/min
[12:23:18] Stats: 0.292 hash/min
[12:24:24] Found solution - 10591 / 1968 / 14722915
[12:26:44] Stats: 0.295 hash/min
[12:30:10] Stats: 0.295 hash/min
[12:33:04] Found solution - 6858 / 1968 / 1597691035
[12:33:39] Found share ...4d0971504e1a006b: submitting
[12:33:39] Stats: 0.293 hash/min
[12:33:42] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected
[12:37:08] Stats: 0.295 hash/min
[12:37:45] Found solution - 1128 / 1968 / 1657385483
[12:39:18] Found solution - 13116 / 1968 / 2158745537
[12:40:40] Found share ...95a48c3e37802151: submitting
[12:40:40] Stats: 0.288 hash/min
[12:40:42] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected
[12:41:19] Found solution - 9404 / 1968 / 2228677389
[12:41:33] Found solution - 10004 / 1968 / 2798713803
[12:42:00] Found solution - 11121 / 1968 / 1966842913
[12:42:03] Found solution - 3013 / 1968 / 256258272
[12:44:07] Found share ...e5c65f9a47b6d00a: submitting
[12:44:07] Stats: 0.295 hash/min
[12:46:15] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Rejected
[12:49:39] Stats: 0.294 hash/min


Everything is being rejected?

Thanks.
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So here's what I've done to get this working on Digital Ocean, Windows Azure and Joyent servers:

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sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install -y git make g++ build-essential libminiupnpc-dev libdb++-dev libgmp-dev libssl-dev dos2unix libboost-all-dev autoconf libcurl4-openssl-dev

git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer

cd mmcminer

sudo apt-get install automake libcurl4-gnutls-dev

./autogen.sh

./configure CFLAGS="-O3"

make

./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user MLzSj31GVDqYLstZjFFqoGjafhiGz5FkRo --threads 8


Change the address to your address and the threads to the number of threads you are using.

Windows Azure 8 CPU = ~.9 h/m
Digital Ocean 8 CPU = ~ .4 h/m
Joyent 8 CPU = ~ 2 h/m

Funny thing though, the Digital Ocean 2 CPU droplet gets almost .3 h/m - and at .003/hr, that's your best value long term.  Although everything has been rejected so far, so maybe it's not such a good deal.

NOTE:  I am a linux noob, really have no idea what I'm doing.  I just tried different suggestions from other posters in this thread and found a sequence that works.  YMMV.
« Last Edit: December 26, 2013, 06:04:49 pm by badbonez »
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I tried doing this but doesn't work, I checked the cpu usage and it seems to go to a 100% then to 0 and a few minutes later the same thing.

How do I delete everything and just install it manually?

Try looking into the nohup.out file (less nohup.out + shift+f) to see what's going on.
Don't use Micro instances or very low memory ones

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I tried doing this but doesn't work, I checked the cpu usage and it seems to go to a 100% then to 0 and a few minutes later the same thing.

How do I delete everything and just install it manually?
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Ubuntu 13.10 x64........DigitalOcean Droplet

After I pasted above code (with appropriate core values) and pressed Enter after all done, I am getting following error:

"/usr/local/mmcminer# nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’"

then it just stops there and if I press any key, it goes back to command prompt.

I am new to Linux...........help will be appreciated.

EDIT:
If I run directly run minerd........then I am getting following error:

"[05:52:45] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

Sorry, I should've been clearer.
When you run the last line, it runs the miner in the background.
You can see the progress in the nohup.out file.
Use "
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less nohup.out" then press shift+f to watch the live progress.

Still getting Segmentation fault (core dumped) error:

"./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user <addresshere> --threads 2
./run.sh: line 2: 21546 Segmentation fault (core dumped) "


You probably have 2 instances of the miner running, or maybe you chose a low memory machine. I don't know how much memory this miner needs, it could be more than 1GB.

Just performed Shutdown/Reset.........now its working. I think you are right that there were 2 instances.

Right now I am on 2 Core droplet....getting only 0.266 hpm.....is it normal? I plan to upgrade it.

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What do I do ?

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Ubuntu 13.10 x64........DigitalOcean Droplet

After I pasted above code (with appropriate core values) and pressed Enter after all done, I am getting following error:

"/usr/local/mmcminer# nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’"

then it just stops there and if I press any key, it goes back to command prompt.

I am new to Linux...........help will be appreciated.

EDIT:
If I run directly run minerd........then I am getting following error:

"[05:52:45] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

Sorry, I should've been clearer.
When you run the last line, it runs the miner in the background.
You can see the progress in the nohup.out file.
Use "
Code: [Select]
less nohup.out" then press shift+f to watch the live progress.

Still getting Segmentation fault (core dumped) error:

"./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user <addresshere> --threads 2
./run.sh: line 2: 21546 Segmentation fault (core dumped) "


You probably have 2 instances of the miner running, or maybe you chose a low memory machine. I don't know how much memory this miner needs, it could be more than 1GB.

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Ubuntu 13.10 x64........DigitalOcean Droplet

After I pasted above code (with appropriate core values) and pressed Enter after all done, I am getting following error:

"/usr/local/mmcminer# nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’"

then it just stops there and if I press any key, it goes back to command prompt.

I am new to Linux...........help will be appreciated.

EDIT:
If I run directly run minerd........then I am getting following error:

"[05:52:45] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

Sorry, I should've been clearer.
When you run the last line, it runs the miner in the background.
You can see the progress in the nohup.out file.
Use "
Code: [Select]
less nohup.out" then press shift+f to watch the live progress.

Still getting Segmentation fault (core dumped) error:

"./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user <addresshere> --threads 2
./run.sh: line 2: 21546 Segmentation fault (core dumped) "


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Offline itsik78

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Ubuntu 13.10 x64........DigitalOcean Droplet

After I pasted above code (with appropriate core values) and pressed Enter after all done, I am getting following error:

"/usr/local/mmcminer# nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’"

then it just stops there and if I press any key, it goes back to command prompt.

I am new to Linux...........help will be appreciated.

EDIT:
If I run directly run minerd........then I am getting following error:

"[05:52:45] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

Sorry, I should've been clearer.
When you run the last line, it runs the miner in the background.
You can see the progress in the nohup.out file.
Use "
Code: [Select]
less nohup.out" then press shift+f to watch the live progress.

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Thank you,  jpeggt!
I'll try to do what you've said.

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That didn't help. What instanse did you choose?

I've got it to run on the free t1.micro instance (added a 1GB volume as swap) it useless for mining but it was working. I've also got it running on large instances just fine.

What I did (based off the original instructions from itsik78)
Created the instance, selecting Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit and everything else at defaults.

If your getting that far I assume you can ssh into the machine fine.

once connected I entered this, and only this and it will run:

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mkdir mmcpool
cd mmcpool
sudo apt-get install -y make gcc m4 automake libevent-dev zlibc zlib1g-dev libjansson-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev git autoconf g++
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer
cd mmcminer
./autogen.sh
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user [yourWalletAddress] --threads [number]

If that works you can then create a run.sh file like the previous instructions say and either use nohup or personally I prefer to use tmux.

to use tmux just type tmux, you will then enter a tmux session, you can run the "run.sh" command, then hit CTRL+B then "d" to exit the session, everything inside will still be running once you disconnect from ssh. To get back into your tmux session type "tmux attach"

Offline Firefly

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just got it working on Digital Ocean,

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install -y git make g++ build-essential libminiupnpc-dev libdb++-dev libgmp-dev libssl-dev dos2unix libboost-all-dev autoconf libcurl4-openssl-dev
git clone https://github.com/glitchman/mmcminer
cd mmcminer
./autogen.sh
CFLAGS="-O3 -march=native -mtune=native" CXXFLAGS="-O3 -march=native -mtune=native" ./configure
./configure CFLAGS="-O3"
make
./minerd --url http://work.mmcpool.com --user MBkvFREysoX9Fc8nbhHy9bSiNawhmgChB2 --threads 8

Will not work without adding:
sudo apt-get install automake libcurl4-gnutls-dev
because of errors with ./autogen.sh

Also I changed instanse to m3x2 and now miner works but it seems to me rather strange - too many "Rejected".
Don't you know why?


« Last Edit: December 26, 2013, 12:29:55 pm by Firefly »

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Ubuntu 13.10 x64........DigitalOcean Droplet

After I pasted above code (with appropriate core values) and pressed Enter after all done, I am getting following error:

"/usr/local/mmcminer# nohup: ignoring input and appending output to ‘nohup.out’"

then it just stops there and if I press any key, it goes back to command prompt.

I am new to Linux...........help will be appreciated.

EDIT:
If I run directly run minerd........then I am getting following error:

"[05:52:45] 2 miner threads started, using MMC Momentum Proof-of-Work algorithm.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"
Same error :(