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Offline reorder

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I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?

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How to adjust the intensity of the gpu miner? I can't use the while the miner is running.
Thx
Edit: initially I posted about my another miner.
The PTS miner does not have anything like intensity setting, all work is done in a single thread that runs for relatively long and cannot be interrupted.

Is it plan to allow intensity in the future?

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I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?

well the miner work, adding -I 10 throw that error

Offline reorder

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I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?

well the miner work, adding -I 10 throw that error
The miner only understands device numbers on its commandline, like '0-0', '0-1'. The '-I 10' is not going to work, unfortunately (I have edited the message)

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Its mining at 0.00 cpm on the gpu miner

any ideas why?

edit:

got it working with 1-0,64 but cant seem to get my other gpu running. it only detects my integrated graphics. I have sli turned off so thats not the problem.

« Last Edit: February 20, 2014, 07:46:15 am by ultrahobolord »

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Is it just short term luck or something else that has caused this 48 hour dip in blocks found
Just luck, and high variance at hashrate that low.
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Hey guys, been awhile since I last mined PTS but gave up on all the crapcoins and pointing my miners back to PTS.

Is there any Updated guides on setting up Yam miner on Ubuntu? Went through some pages of this thread but couldn't find anything.

Any help would appreciated.

Thank you.
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Offline reorder

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Hey guys, been awhile since I last mined PTS but gave up on all the crapcoins and pointing my miners back to PTS.

Is there any Updated guides on setting up Yam miner on Ubuntu? Went through some pages of this thread but couldn't find anything.

Any help would appreciated.

Thank you.
It does not require much setup actually, just download the build that is right for your CPU. Or is it something specific you do not know how to set up?

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is possible to have a 8080 or 80 or 1521 port for mining?
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I have a AMD R7 250x, the speed is only 50 c/m using version 1.4 miner, whereas for other software, it can reach 300+ c/m. Why is that?
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Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
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PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Yes, the point is, ypool has implemented a 'developer donation' feature in their protocol where it sends a fraction of each share reward to addresses the miner sends in special field. The problem with it is it is done silently, without warning user. So if the miner uses this feature to pay developer, his fee will not be sent by 1gh. But if it openly reconnects with another credentials to mine for developer, it will work of course.

So is the PtsGPUz miner worth it from a net performance perspective? The cpm always seems higher even with 5 percent taken out vs the miner listed on the 1gh site, but maybe I'm missing something. Thanks.

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Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
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PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Yes, the point is, ypool has implemented a 'developer donation' feature in their protocol where it sends a fraction of each share reward to addresses the miner sends in special field. The problem with it is it is done silently, without warning user. So if the miner uses this feature to pay developer, his fee will not be sent by 1gh. But if it openly reconnects with another credentials to mine for developer, it will work of course.

So is the PtsGPUz miner worth it from a net performance perspective? The cpm always seems higher even with 5 percent taken out vs the miner listed on the 1gh site, but maybe I'm missing something. Thanks.
Yes, it is worth trying, of course.

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Will there be any special kind of payout before the 28th? I know the payouts occur per .1 PTS, but it would be nice if there was a one time payout before the 28th.

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Difficulty your evil wench! >:(  shakes fist in the air...
Current difficulty: 0.03622848

Hmmm, pay the electric company? Or just buy AGS? Decisions Decisions... :-\

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Will there be any special kind of payout before the 28th? I know the payouts occur per .1 PTS, but it would be nice if there was a one time payout before the 28th.
Yes, we are planning to pay out all account balances above 0.01 PTS on 26th.