are overlapped



  • Hiatch said it all.



  • I'm not understand!
    start nonces for example 0 , nonces for example 100
    and next file must start + 1 for continue ?

    1 file 0 to 100
    2 file 101 to 202

    turboplotter do wrong!
    https://clip2net.com/s/3XFP4y0
    he created
    1 file 0 to 100
    2 file 100 to 200
    how I must do ?



  • @di66erok I agree, it does look like he programmed it without adding the one, i sent him a email on it ages ago, but he never replied. It doesn't really matter though as it is such a minor amount of overlap....1 nonce out of hundred of thousands


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    @di66erok @jaxblack

    You don't need to add the 1. If I plot 100 nonces starting at 0, then the first nonce is 0 and the last is 99, the next 100 start at 100 and end at 199, then 200 - 299 .... etc

    next starting nonce = current starting nonce + current number of nonces.



  • @haitch Ahh i see now i had to write this out to understand....

    ACCOUNT#_1_5

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    account#_6_5

    6
    7
    8
    9
    10



  • its kinda like "what century are we in?" ....i always forget the first hundred years 0-100 was the first century , so in the 1900's your in the 20th century...



  • @Jaxblack sometimes i wonder if i'm Y2K compliant lol



  • @jaxblack said in are overlapped:

    its kinda like "what century are we in?" ....i always forget the first hundred years 0-100 was the first century , so in the 1900's your in the 20th century...

    I do not understand the comparison you want to make but the first century is from year 1 to 100 year 0 does not exist ..............1-100/101-200/201-300...............



  • 1 to 100
    200 to 200
    200 to 300
    or
    1 to 100
    101 to 201
    302 to 302



  • @di66erok said in are overlapped:

    I'm not understand!
    start nonces for example 0 , nonces for example 100
    and next file must start + 1 for continue ?

    1 file 0 to 100
    2 file 101 to 202

    No. These two have 101 nonces each, count them.

    If the first file has 100 nonces and starts at 0, it will end at 99.
    "0" is the first, "1" is the second, ...."99" is the hundreth element:

    id_0_100 (contains 0..99)
    id_100_100 (contains 100..199)
    id_200_100 (contains 200..299)

    Also, the notation of the POC1/pre-hardfork filename is

    id_start_length_stagger

    please note the 3rd field is "length", not "end".
    The POC2/post-hardfork filenames lack the stagger (and are organized differently, internally).

    Back to your original posting:

    have error "are overlapped"
    **_18948226_19198584_19198584
    **_19198586_18948224_18948224
    whats wrong? have 2 nonces between him..

    file one:
    18948226+19198584 (start + length)
    ==38146810 (last nonce in file: 38146809)
    file two:
    19198586+18948224 (start + length)
    ==38146810 (last nonce in file: 38146809)

    The second file should start at or above 38146810.
    The second file is overlapping the first with all its nonces and therefore totally useless.
    No need to keep the nonces consecutive, just avoid overlap.