[Outdated] Uray's C++ Crossplatform Miner (64bit) - ultra low RAM usage
@Ip85 maybe cpu instruction set optimizations (depending of the executables you downloaded). briefly looking at the code a lot has been reconfigured.
haven't looked too close at changes. i just switched a couple of days ago because last i looked at it i was having trouble with compiling on debian linux (for which a fix was committed) but thus far i am a fan. i am glad to see a developer doing much needed updates to this source.
Is it possible that this miner reads the plots a lot faster than Blagos one ( in AIO wallet)?
Not sure... I'd used fastest method of reading at low level directly from drive sector by sector.
std::ifstream slower than ReadFile() and uses OS cache
But ReadFile is not portable, because it is a Windows API.
For *nix best choice - ifstream http://lemire.me/blog/2012/06/26/which-is-fastest-read-fread-ifstream-or-mmap/
new version creepMiner released (Win64 & Linux).
Version 1.5.0 (pre-release 2)
Highlights of this version:
full HTTPS support
persistent sessions (HTTP 1.1) and therefore less network traffic and lower CPU consumption
additional Wallet informations (for example winner of last block, name of accounts)
local HTTP server for displaying and controlling the miner through browser
less obtrusive nonce submit algorithm
optimized nonce search algorithm
@Blago What about solo mining configuration?
I tried to run this on port 8080 cause I have something else at port 80 . Cant seem to get mining info.
Plus had to download 2 dll to make it work lol
@rnahlawi i don't know )) it's not my miner. creator - Creepsky
I love your miner Blago! I was just curious about this one. Maybe it has to be port 80 lol
@Blago thank you for posting the new versions here! :)
@rnahlawi solo mininig is not implemented yet, but should not be very hard to do so
nah you can use whatever port you want, just has to be unused.
The 2 dlls are precompiled libs for ssl (https).
I don't know why you get the mining info error :-/. I used this url and it seems ok:
"miningInfoUrl" : "http://burstpool.ddns.net:8124".
Also I pushed a new (unstable) version on github: https://github.com/Creepsky/creepMiner/releases/tag/2.0.0-dev-3 (1.5.0 became 2.0.0).
This miner got forked and is maintained by Creepsky now: