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Author Topic: OLD: BFGMiner 3.10.0: modular ASIC+FPGA, GBT+Strtm, RPC, Mac/Lnx/W64, AntU1, DRB  (Read 878099 times)
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January 15, 2014, 12:20:16 PM
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idk if u noticed but ur running them at 0881 for 1.8 ghs when u should be running them at 0981 for 2.0 ghs just a tip Cheesy

Yes I know don't worry. Smiley  I may try 0981 again on v3 soon but using v2 at 0981 I got loads of HW errors so I'd like to avoid them for now.  Also I don't have any active cooling so I wouldn't want to run the U1's too hot right now.

ive been running in v3 for 8 hours at 0981 no HW errors what so ever Smiley
getting 5 more antminers today ill post a update on them later Cheesy if u want my command line here it is
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bfgminer.exe -S erupter:all -S antminer:all -S all --set-device antminer:clock=x0981 --icarus-options 115200:2:2 --icarus-timing 2.5=90 --klondike-options 362:65 --weighed-stats
that whole switching timing of the icarus is just to make it run steadier i found that out couple days ago

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January 15, 2014, 01:11:49 PM
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Hi Luke-Jr, just curious - will long poll support be added to your next version for asicminer blades/cubes?
Not 3.10, no.

Ok, thank you.
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January 15, 2014, 01:30:44 PM
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Still no Drillbit support...it's only been about 2 months now...
The code is in git, it'll be in 3.10.

Hi Luke, thanks for the driver, just tried the latest code with my Drillbits, I have 2 issues:

1. Stats is unavailable for thumbs, so bfgminer causes lots of "Short read in response to 'T'" error.
Just adding a "if (dev->procs == 1) return false;" in drillbit_get_stats fixes this for me;

2. The range for external clock should be wider, many people overclock Thumbs to higher than 230.
Currently cgminer driver do not limit it, just prints a warning when lower than 80 or higher than 230.
Angus of Drillbit Systems had suggested to try 250 for up to 3GH/s with active cooling and enough power (1000mA).

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January 15, 2014, 02:05:03 PM
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Hey guys and gals,

I'm trying to get my miner running where it will do a a pool and then do a little bit (10%) solo mining based off a .conf script.  Right now though I can't even get it to solo mine normally.  Trying to use the wallet on my Windows machine. The Raspberry Pi is .2.38 and the Windows machine ip is .2.13.  New to Linux environment so might be something easy I'm missing.

Code:
Most likely you have input the wrong URL, forgotten to add a port, or have not set up workers
Pool: 0 URL: http:://192.168.2.13:8332 User: blah Password: blah

the bitcoin-qt conf file:

Code:
daemon=1
listen=1
server=1
rpcuser=blah
rpcpassword=blah
rpcallowip=192.168.2.38
rpcport=8832

Here is how I'm executing.  Without sudo it kicks back to my .conf script and won't try to solo mine.

Code:
sudo ./bfgminer -o http://192.168.2.13:8832 -u blah -p blah --coinbase-addr 4098uq049uqawlkjadlkfjadlksfjasdfkjasdjlfk

Thanks again! trying to figure this stuff out.

"Most likely you have input the wrong URL, forgotten to add a port, or have not set up workers
Pool: 0 URL: http:://192.168.2.13:8332 User: blah Password: blah"

rpcallowip=192.168.2.38
rpcport=8832

sudo ./bfgminer -o http://192.168.2.13:8832 -u blah -p blah --coinbase-addr

ports are different try to change the config file port to 8332 idk it might work i couldn't tell u if its a sure fix but it might i think its bfgminer config is stuck on port 8332 it happens sometimes when i overclock my K16 it stays stuck on 446mhz even tho i set it to 362

Thanks! That worked. Not just gotta get a script up and going.  I'm sure I'll have another question in a day or two  Grin

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January 15, 2014, 04:06:57 PM
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Still no Drillbit support...it's only been about 2 months now...
The code is in git, it'll be in 3.10.

Hi Luke, thanks for the driver, just tried the latest code with my Drillbits, I have 2 issues:

1. Stats is unavailable for thumbs, so bfgminer causes lots of "Short read in response to 'T'" error.
Just adding a "if (dev->procs == 1) return false;" in drillbit_get_stats fixes this for me;

2. The range for external clock should be wider, many people overclock Thumbs to higher than 230.
Currently cgminer driver do not limit it, just prints a warning when lower than 80 or higher than 230.
Angus of Drillbit Systems had suggested to try 250 for up to 3GH/s with active cooling and enough power (1000mA).

I believe I have addressed both of these issues in the latest git code, please test.
Thanks

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January 15, 2014, 04:17:58 PM
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idk if u noticed but ur running them at 0881 for 1.8 ghs when u should be running them at 0981 for 2.0 ghs just a tip Cheesy

Yes I know don't worry. Smiley  I may try 0981 again on v3 soon but using v2 at 0981 I got loads of HW errors so I'd like to avoid them for now.  Also I don't have any active cooling so I wouldn't want to run the U1's too hot right now.

ive been running in v3 for 8 hours at 0981 no HW errors what so ever Smiley
getting 5 more antminers today ill post a update on them later Cheesy if u want my command line here it is
Code:
bfgminer.exe -S erupter:all -S antminer:all -S all --set-device antminer:clock=x0981 --icarus-options 115200:2:2 --icarus-timing 2.5=90 --klondike-options 362:65 --weighed-stats
that whole switching timing of the icarus is just to make it run steadier i found that out couple days ago

http://i.imgur.com/VoyQG8R.jpg

Can you explain the icarus timing issue exactly?
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January 15, 2014, 05:10:22 PM
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idk if u noticed but ur running them at 0881 for 1.8 ghs when u should be running them at 0981 for 2.0 ghs just a tip Cheesy

Yes I know don't worry. Smiley  I may try 0981 again on v3 soon but using v2 at 0981 I got loads of HW errors so I'd like to avoid them for now.  Also I don't have any active cooling so I wouldn't want to run the U1's too hot right now.

ive been running in v3 for 8 hours at 0981 no HW errors what so ever Smiley
getting 5 more antminers today ill post a update on them later Cheesy if u want my command line here it is
Code:
bfgminer.exe -S erupter:all -S antminer:all -S all --set-device antminer:clock=x0981 --icarus-options 115200:2:2 --icarus-timing 2.5=90 --klondike-options 362:65 --weighed-stats
that whole switching timing of the icarus is just to make it run steadier i found that out couple days ago

http://i.imgur.com/VoyQG8R.jpg

Thanks for the extra commands.  I'm trying those now on v3 but I think 1.8 Gh/s per U1 is the max my hub can take right now - we'll see in a few hours time.  I am running 3 BE's on the same hub so that could be affecting the overall hash rate. 

Regarding HW errors, you're right, v3 is far more stable even at 0981 - gotten 1 HW error on one U1 so far.  Very happy still with the results. Smiley
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January 15, 2014, 05:18:17 PM
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This is how BFG Miner handles 73 USB sticks in Win7
Really hate those REDFury devices and their HW error rate 5% anything i am doing wrong. Anyone got latest drivers for REDFury?
Gotta love the Antminers 2GH/s solid to the pool with 0HW errors in most of the units. 2.2GH brings out the errors. I prefer mining without.




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January 15, 2014, 05:31:15 PM
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BTW, in case it wasn't obvious, I'm more than glad to add any GUIs (within reason - must be open source and have some reviews, etc) anyone has to the README under "Q: Is there a GUI version?" Just ping me with info/link. Wink

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January 15, 2014, 06:32:42 PM
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Hi

Any idea when you might support HEX16A2 avalon gen 2 boards?

Thanks

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January 15, 2014, 06:37:57 PM
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Any idea when you might support HEX16A2 avalon gen 2 boards?
Unfortunately, the Technobit boards don't seem to play nicely (ie, work at all) with Linux's CDC driver, so progress on them is slow.

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January 15, 2014, 06:47:15 PM
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Luke-

I just wanted to thank you for your support on the GPU side of things. I am well aware of your opinion on ALTs and GPU mining, and appreciate the recent work you've done to add/fix a couple things recently. Expect a small donation in the near future.

Thanks again.

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January 15, 2014, 07:06:58 PM
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When is Bfg 3.10 downloadable from github ?
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January 15, 2014, 07:12:12 PM
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When is Bfg 3.10 downloadable from github ?

Probably a few seconds after it's released, at a guess.   Huh
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January 15, 2014, 07:33:55 PM
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When is Bfg 3.10 downloadable from github ?

Probably a few seconds after it's released, at a guess.   Huh


Wow, such a helpful response...

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January 15, 2014, 08:20:07 PM
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I am stupid at programming...


How do i build 3.9.0 and include CPU support for windows x64?Huh

Is there a build that is out there that supports it? I know its useless for BTC but I have my pools set so my CPU farm is mining new and emerging altcoins..... and it would be nice to have the same program for allll my mining

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January 15, 2014, 08:41:45 PM
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When is Bfg 3.10 downloadable from github ?

Probably a few seconds after it's released, at a guess.   Huh


Wow, such a helpful response...

There is no release tagged as 3.10.

Ljr will update thread with summary and updated title when 3.10 is deemed "ready"

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January 15, 2014, 08:44:27 PM
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NEW VERSION 3.10.0, JANUARY 15 2014

Human readable changelog:
  • Support for AntMiner U1, Drillbit, and HashFast devices.
  • Option --weighed-stats to display share-count columns (A/R) weighed to difficulty 1.
  • x6500: maxclock setting (use with --set-device) to limit dynamic clocking range.
  • opencl/adl: Fixed crash on exit with R9 series GPUs.

Full changelog:
  • Downgrade official Windows build compiler to GCC 4.7.3.
  • Bugfix: Stratum: Accept JSON Number type for port number
  • Bugfix: proxy: Set start timer when creating new virtual devices
  • antminer: Add support for the Identify function - flashes LED 10 times
  • drillbit: Expand allowed external clock range to 0-255
  • drillbit: Forbid setting external clock usage if not supported by device
  • Check for DBC_TEMP capability before trying to read temperature
  • Bugfix: drillbit: Reduce work message to correct size
  • README: Update documentation for new udev rules and "video" group
  • Bugfix: opencl/adl: Set iSpeedType for get-fanspeed requests, and ensure we don't change do something weird with the fan when initially setting user-defined speed flag.
  • Bugfix: drillbit: Initialise rv variable
  • Bugfix: Simplify adding "http://" prefix to avoid strncat overflow (length excludes null byte)
  • hashfast: Debuglog work flushing
  • hashfast: Implement OP_NONCE search flag
  • hashfast: Log seq numbers for nonces found
  • hashfast: Count hashes done by nonces found, rather than no-pending-work (which could be triggered by flushes)
  • hashfast: Just keep a queue of the 32 most recent work items per core
  • hashfast: Convert to minerloop_queue driver model
  • hashfast: Gracefully complain if we are given an unknown chip or core address
  • udev rule for hashfast devices
  • hashfast: New driver using UMS protocol
  • CRC-8-CCITT implementation
  • AUTHORS: Add Lingchao Xu and move nwoolls up to antminer driver (and mention TwinFury driver for Andreas)
  • knc: Workaround false compiler warning about "uninitialised" vars
  • Bugfix: drillbit: Access fd after potentially reopening
  • Remove Christmas colouring
  • drillbit: Add udev rule
  • drillbit: Correct configure logic to check for generic bitfury code (needed to decode nonces)
  • drillbit: Implement some basic problem recovery
  • drillbit: Support identify command
  • drillbit: Read/write access to clock and voltage configuration from RPC and ManageTUI
  • drillbit: Store board configuration
  • drillbit: Read temperature sensor
  • drillbit: Check nonces against prev work
  • drillbit: Implement mining
  • drillbit: Only detection code
  • antminer: Initial support for the Bitmain AntMiner U1 ASIC Includes support for identifying the U1 separately from Icarus and Block Erupter Also includes overclocking via --set-device antminer:clock=xHEX
  • Extend horizontal lines to full screen width
  • Log devid for USB string request failures
  • Bugfix: segmentation fault if the terminal window is too narrow for the Help and Quit items
  • Accept "address" spelled out in --coinbase-addr option
  • Bugfix: document the need to package zlib1.dll in the Windows build instructions
  • Bugfix: Stratum: Re-read pool sock var after suspend+restart
  • Silence false uninitialised var use warning and calculate dev_runtime only once
  • Bugfix: HID API not properly detected on Mac OS X
  • Adjust device list size as necessary when accessing options
  • Avoid erasing the screen when statusy is not changing
  • Abstract common set_statusy code out of change_logwinsize and check_winsizes
  • TUI: Support pgup/pgdown for scrolling device list by page
  • Bugfix: icarus: quirk_reopen is an int
  • Bugfix: Do not allocate spi_port on the Stack, even to initialize - EXC_BAD_ACCESS on OS X
  • get_statline3: Simplify statistics gathering
  • Bugfix: twinfury: Use serial number formatted over USB, so it works with --scan
  • twinfury: Only debuglog temperature debugging data when --device-protocol-dump is enabled
  • Bugfix: twinfury: Populate temperature info on both processors
  • Option --weighed-stats to display A and R values weighed by difficulty
  • README.GPU: Document always-disabled-by-default for OpenCL driver
  • AUTHORS: Add Nate Woolls
  • Extend menu to full width of window
  • Abstract out spaces-to-eol to bfg_wspctoeol function
  • Elaborate on spi_port+stack problem in comments
  • Bugfix: Do not allocate spi_port on the Stack - EXC_BAD_ACCESS on OS X
  • Bugfix: don't attempt to probe Bluetooth devices when scanning hardware
  • x6500: Allow overriding the maximum frequency used by the dynclock logic Can now use e.g. --set-device x6500:maxclock=210 Prevents spending time on frequencies that only produce HW errors
  • HACKING: Clearly document that dname must be lowercase and alphabetic
  • bifury: Tolerate corruption in submit message, remapping shares to the first processor if chip id is unrecognised
  • bifury: Tolerate corruption in hwerror message
  • bifury: Tolerate corruption in job message, and only count hashes done when completing a known job
  • Use a lowercase driver name to fix --scan pattern matching Otherwise the following doesn't work: -S noauto -S twinfury:auto

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January 15, 2014, 08:47:39 PM
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See what I mean? Grin

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January 15, 2014, 08:52:20 PM
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This should actually be 265 or higher:

drillbit: Expand allowed external clock range to 0-255

I run my thumbs at 265 all day. 

I didn't find any information on how to run with drillbit devices?  Did I miss it in the documentation?  When I run with no arguments no devices are detected.

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