Just released version v0.4 of burst-autoplotter yesterday
NEW VERSION 0.4: Email and Telegram Notifications
Automates plotting for BURST coin
Very easy plot configuration, based on simple question dialog
No nonce calculation neccessary (setup based on disk space)
Splits large plots in smaller plot files
CLI-based UI with progress indicators, ETA, etc
Creates optimized plots (XPlotter)
Support for SSE, AVX, and AVX2
Caches relevant information, like last written nonces, and Account ID
Allows CPU and RAM selection (in enhanced mode)
Notification while plotting
Telegram Push Notification
Currently, the plotter works only! on Windows (as XPlotter is used internally)
Still the v0.3 gif, but UI didn't change much in new release. Obviously, this is just a demonstration scenario - noone sh/would do a 4GiB plot and split it even into smaller files.
From late nights test run on my slow machine.
Can someone help me to resolve this issue:
*$ npm start
[email protected] start /home/mrowcp/public_html/pool/burst-pool
and thats all :( No more lines... I tried to change permission on the burst-pool.js and when it's unreadable, npm return errors.
If I run:
*$ node-debug burst-pool.js
info - socket.io started
More info about the server: CentOS 7, node version v5.0.0 (also try 6 and 8).
added charts to network, pool and asset page
new node observer for public burstcoin nodes
some miner bugfixes / updates
@haitch since last version you can use e.g. ... 'burstcoin.faucet.maxClaimsPerAccount=2' that will limit the claims per account, so the sort makes no sense if you use that one. It is checked via blockchain, so no way to cheat that. (not getting reset on faucet restart)
After 10.5 hour import, it downloaded for another 24 hours or so before it was completely synced. Now, I'm solomining on a small 50GB to test this process.
When do I know that the mining has found something or is done?
When I try to set myself as the reward recipient, it doesn't work. I don't know which pool to join. How are plots managed with pools?
@digidigm For your questions:
Yes, it stores some values into a cache file, such you haven't retype your ID, and most important the latest plotted (with autoplotter) nonce is saved, too. So, next time you use autoplotter for plotting you won't need to calculate your next start nonce.
Autoplotter uses @Blago's XPlotter (newest release V1.1), so optimized and also with AVX2 support.
I just released a new version (V0.2.0), where ETAs are calculated. It gives you:
total start time
total end time
total estimated duration
total estimated finishing time (ETA)
per plot estimated duration
overall duration, once finished successfully
i had that issue I eventually got it working by deleting the wallet and installing automatically with latest burstwalletlauncher in my manually created folder. That app downloads and installs all components of the wallet. DaWallet's wallet is just download and run. Online wallet at burst-team.us is safest online wallet to use when not mining solo.
@Marc some portions of the code were deprecated and unimplemented at the beggining of Burst because it didn't made sense to keep it...
@vExact I guess that is possible... Burst is already hybrid since it can be mined with PoC or PoW although it is not efficiently to mine with PoW but the entire mining system is built over a PoW algo...
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