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Certainly there is, and it's the requirement of fully disabling of UAC to do so, that breaks everything. The entire point is; why bother if it breaks nearly everything else? tongue.gif
Without plagiarizing the entire site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366720%28v=vs.85%29.aspx


Basically, it allows an application that needs to (yam is the only miner that does this atm), to allot substantial portions of the available system memory to paging for the task, and increases the performance of an application specifically designed to make use of it by quite a bit. Hugepages is the Unix based term for it, Large-pages is the Windows terminology for the same thing.


It's not dependent on cpu type or brand, but it seems to have a greater effect on Intel based systems. I've got it working fine on my 1090T, an x2 270 Regor, and my 3570k at the moment. Although, the AMD chips I have at my disposal, don't quite seem to live up to the same increase in performance with hugepages active, as my Intel chip does. The latter of which, gains nearly 1/3 more performance with hugepages enabled.

Memory bottleneck much?
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anyone know of a good miner for a virtual machine?
I've got a pretty nice ESX host i can run a few machines off of.

We're discussing said miner...I guess that thing run linux, right? Just download ypool.net's yam miner and mine protoshares with it.
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I'm having an issue with NTRIGHTS. mad.gif
    
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Memory bottleneck much?


CPU IMC related log jam maybe, but neither are starved for memory bandwidth at all. The 1090T's running 8Gb of Wintec One @ 1796Mhz 7-9-7-28-1T, & the Regor has 4Gb Patriot Extreme DDR2 800 @ 4-4-4-12-1T, neither of which are using more than 50% under full load.



Comparatively, my 3570k actually is using the most, at 4.16 Gb used, with Palemoon with a dozen tabs open, just for comparison. I could likely swap in my Project X sticks into the 1090T and never see the full 4Gb used running both yam & cgminer simultaneously.


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I'm having an issue with NTRIGHTS. mad.gif

What's the problem?
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What's the problem?

It's not a recognized command. I did reboot the machine, I have not tested it since. I'll let you know.


EDIT: Rebooting did the trick. Somehow Windows 7 Enterprise didn't like it being injected without a reboot.


EDIT 2: Still getting errors. :\
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It's not a recognized command. I did reboot the machine, I have not tested it since. I'll let you know.


EDIT: Rebooting did the trick. Somehow Windows 7 Enterprise didn't like it being injected without a reboot.


EDIT 2: Still getting errors. :\


Hmm, didn't test on Enterprise, but it works fine on 7 HomePremium & WHS 2011.
Edited by ForceProjection - 1/10/14 at 12:27pm
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CPU IMC related log jam maybe, but neither are starved for memory bandwidth at all. The 1090T's running 8Gb of Wintec One @ 1796Mhz 7-9-7-28-1T, & the Regor has 4Gb Patriot Extreme DDR2 800 @ 4-4-4-12-1T, neither of which are using more than 50% under full load.



Comparatively, my 3570k actually is using the most, at 4.16 Gb used, with Palemoon with a dozen tabs open, just for comparison. I could likely swap in my Project X sticks into the 1090T and never see the full 4Gb used running both yam & cgminer simultaneously.


What's the problem?

Exactly what I meant, imc is bottlenecking. Not imc, mc lol
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Hmm, didn't test on Enterprise, but it works fine on 7 HomePremium & WHS 2011.

I'm getting ~55 CPM vs ~42 CPM. Can't complain.


EDIT: Read the wrong line.
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Exactly what I meant, imc is bottlenecking. Not imc, mc lol


biggrin.gif Lol! Well, it's a well know fact that AMD's mem controllers are a serious weak point in the architecture, but damn it's pretty bad for sure. I did get about a 18% increase over yam w/o hugepages enabled, but, oh well. wink.gif I was expecting a little better than 220 cpm based on my IB's performance w/ hugepages. That'd prolly be around 300-ish cpm on all 6 cores though, which is edging up on my 3570k, but nowhere near equaling it. frown.gif

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I'm getting ~60 CPM vs ~42 CPM. Can't complain.


I'm kind of surprised that 7 Ent. doesn't have Group Policy settings from the outset, to be honest. For an OS that's aimed at workstations & the like, that's seems extremely odd to say the least.
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I was out of town for a week.
So what happen MMC has GPU miner now. I can't believe that. What you guys mining now ?
 
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I'm getting ~55 CPM vs ~42 CPM. Can't complain.


EDIT: Read the wrong line.

So is everything cool? If not, dl this specifically to your desktop and try it. http://www.rybkaforum.net/mwf/rybkaattach/91/259791/ntrights.exe All the same commands as in my last instruction post.


I've already ran it through VirusTotal, but feel free to check it again. VirusTotal results for this file: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/f46baa1b6227226518e42263e9b4808f81c27d060207df160f9ac64deae4f4f5/analysis/1389335075/



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I was out of town for a week.
So what happen MMC has GPU miner now. I can't believe that. What you guys mining now ?


Yup, and MMC's value dropped through the floor, it's not even worth the time to mine on gpu's anymore. Pretty much everyone's mining PTS now, with a few still sticking to XPM, but Protoshares is the better option atm.
Edited by ForceProjection - 1/10/14 at 1:33pm
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