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Chris opened new accounts

Postby Steve Sokolowski » Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:18 pm

Chris opened a few new accounts, now that we believe the server can support about 5-6TH/s due to another round of performance updates.

If you've been waiting to register, now's a good time to do so! Registrations will close again if we see CPU usage rising above 70%.
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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby FRISKIE » Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:20 pm

Steve, why wouldn't you at least test it at current user levels to establish a baseline before adding further variability?
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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby micca410evo » Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:55 pm

FRISKIE wrote:Steve, why wouldn't you at least test it at current user levels to establish a baseline before adding further variability?


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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby jaybizz » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:15 pm

Agreed, probably should see how performance is for at least a few days before throwing more wood on the fire. As it stands, it seems that the improvements have finally solved my stale/reject issues, so hopefully that continues. I'd hope that if it's shown the CPU issue to be the main cause of the stale shares, that you would halt registrations well in advance of the same problem in the future.
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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby Steve Sokolowski » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:23 pm

jaybizz wrote:Agreed, probably should see how performance is for at least a few days before throwing more wood on the fire. As it stands, it seems that the improvements have finally solved my stale/reject issues, so hopefully that continues. I'd hope that if it's shown the CPU issue to be the main cause of the stale shares, that you would halt registrations well in advance of the same problem in the future.


That's what we plan to do. If the hashrate reaches 6 TH/s before we can parallelize coin assignment, then we'll close registrations.

However, since I'm working on performance improvements in the absence of problems, it's possible we may be able to get the numbers up before they become a problem.
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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby vinylwasp » Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:27 pm

Steve Sokolowski wrote:
jaybizz wrote:Agreed, probably should see how performance is for at least a few days before throwing more wood on the fire. As it stands, it seems that the improvements have finally solved my stale/reject issues, so hopefully that continues. I'd hope that if it's shown the CPU issue to be the main cause of the stale shares, that you would halt registrations well in advance of the same problem in the future.


That's what we plan to do. If the hashrate reaches 6 TH/s before we can parallelize coin assignment, then we'll close registrations.

However, since I'm working on performance improvements in the absence of problems, it's possible we may be able to get the numbers up before they become a problem.


Any update as to what happened on Sunday Night/Monday morning Steve?
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Re: Chris opened new accounts

Postby Steve Sokolowski » Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:00 am

vinylwasp wrote:
Steve Sokolowski wrote:
jaybizz wrote:Agreed, probably should see how performance is for at least a few days before throwing more wood on the fire. As it stands, it seems that the improvements have finally solved my stale/reject issues, so hopefully that continues. I'd hope that if it's shown the CPU issue to be the main cause of the stale shares, that you would halt registrations well in advance of the same problem in the future.


That's what we plan to do. If the hashrate reaches 6 TH/s before we can parallelize coin assignment, then we'll close registrations.

However, since I'm working on performance improvements in the absence of problems, it's possible we may be able to get the numbers up before they become a problem.


Any update as to what happened on Sunday Night/Monday morning Steve?


What in particular are you referring to?

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