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Title: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2019, 03:52:12 PM
SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7
Windows & Linux
https://www.srbminer.com (https://www.srbminer.com)
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Mine up to 4 different algorithms/coins at the same time!

Download links:
https://www.srbminer.com/download.html (https://www.srbminer.com/download.html)
https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases (https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases)

Support:
Discord channel (https://discord.gg/zXY23De)


===========================================
SUPPORTED ALGORITHMS:
===========================================


[devfee]  algorithm

[CPU ONLY]

[0.85%]   cpupower
[0.85%]   curvehash
[0.85%]   minotaur
[0.85%]   panthera
[0.85%]   randomarq
[0.85%]   randomepic
[0.85%]   randomhash2
[0.85%]   randomkeva
[0.85%]   randomsfx
[0.85%]   randomwow
[0.85%]   randomx
[0.00%]   randomxl
[0.85%]   scryptn2
[0.85%]   yescryptr16
[0.85%]   yescryptr32
[0.85%]   yescryptr8
[0.85%]   yespower
[0.85%]   yespower2b
[0.85%]   yespoweric
[0.85%]   yespoweriots
[0.00%]   yespoweritc
[0.85%]   yespowerlitb
[0.85%]   yespowerltncg
[0.85%]   yespowerr16
[0.85%]   yespowerres
[0.85%]   yespowersugar
[0.00%]   yespowerurx

[CPU & GPU]

[0.85%]   argon2d_dynamic
[0.85%]   argon2id_chukwa
[0.85%]   argon2id_chukwa2
[0.85%]   argon2id_ninja
[0.85%]   bl2bsha3
[0.00%]   blake2b
[0.00%]   blake2s
[2.00%]   cryptonight_bbc
[0.85%]   cryptonight_cache
[0.00%]   cryptonight_catalans
[0.85%]   cryptonight_ccx
[0.85%]   cryptonight_gpu
[0.85%]   cryptonight_heavyx
[0.00%]   cryptonight_talleo
[0.85%]   cryptonight_upx
[0.85%]   cryptonight_xhv
[0.85%]   eaglesong
[0.65%]   etchash
[0.65%]   ethash
[0.85%]   k12
[0.85%]   kadena
[0.00%]   keccak
[0.00%]   rainforestv2
[0.00%]   tellor
[0.65%]   ubqhash
[0.85%]   verushash
[0.85%]   yescrypt


===========================================
SUPPORTED GPU'S:
===========================================


+ RX 5300/5400/5500/5600/5700
+ VEGA 56/64/FE/VII
+ RX 460/470/480/550/560/570/580/590
+ R9 280/280X/285/285X/380/380X
+ R9 290/290X
+ R9 Fury/Nano

Linux : amdgpu-pro drivers required


===========================================
FEATURES:
===========================================


+ Mine up to 4 algorithms simultaneously
+ Guided setup mode
+ Run in background without a window
+ Hashrate watchdog that restarts miner on GPU error
+ Monitoring of GPU temperature, and auto turn off if temperature is too high
+ System shutdown on too high GPU temperature
+ Miner auto restart on too many rejected shares
+ API for miner statistics
+ Web based GUI interface for miner statistics
+ Multiple pools with failover support
+ Difficulty monitor, reconnects to pool if difficulty is too high
+ Job timeout monitor, reconnects to pool if no job received for a long time
+ Switch AMD video cards to compute mode easily
+ Bunch of other useful features


===========================================
VIDEO TUTORIALS
===========================================


Boost hashrate on Ethereum mining easily with SRBMiner-Multi (https://youtu.be/vMxKNauDfKU)
How to dual CPU mine Epic Cash + Verus coin (https://youtu.be/OJdURgMdZRY)
How to mine Verus coin (https://youtu.be/1tVL-xRPyb8)
How to mine Ring coin (https://youtu.be/hZkgEvlIhBU)
How to mine Resistance coin (https://youtu.be/pzvSHLOszJc)
How to mine Scala coin (https://youtu.be/8mta1ztnDs0)
How to mine Handshake coin (https://youtu.be/RqOPVXSMEOM)
How to mine Kadena coin (https://youtu.be/3ilq3bK_P4g)
How to mine Monero RandomX (https://youtu.be/WHaHXJl97hI)
How to prepare for Monero RandomX fork (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC0FfjzsIoU)
How to mine Loki - RandomXL (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRnl0ORrim0)
How to mine Nervos CKB (https://youtu.be/t3Zp9f9TuJY)
How to mine MicroBitcoin (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfyjrHjEQ38)


===========================================
EXAMPLES
===========================================


EpicCash + Monero
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 --algorithm randomepic;randomx --pool epic.hashrate.to:4000;monero.herominers.com:10190 --wallet epic-username-here;monero-wallet-here

Ethereum
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-cpu --algorithm ethash --pool ethereum.herominers.com:10200 --wallet eth-wallet-here --gpu-boost 5

Haven
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-cpu --algorithm cryptonight_xhv --pool haven.herominers.com:10450!haven.miner.rocks:4005 --wallet haven-wallet-here --gpu-boost 5

Verus
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --algorithm verushash --pool verushash.eu.mine.zergpool.com:3300 --wallet verus-wallet-here

Pascal
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --algorithm randomhash2 --pool fastpool.xyz:3338 --wallet pascal-wallet-here

Verium
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --algorithm scryptn2 --pool london.blockbucket.net:3003 --wallet verium-wallet-here


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2019, 03:52:47 PM
Update infos :

V0.5.7
+ Added algorithm 'curvehash' (Curvehashcoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added support for older AMD cards (tahiti, pitcairn) on most of the algorithms
+ Removed 'm7mv2' algorithm
+ Removed parameter '--gpu-tweak-unsupported' because it was useless
+ Small fixes

V0.5.6
+ Added algorithm 'etchash' (Ethereum Classic) , fee 0.65%
+ Added algorithm 'randomhash2' (PascalCoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added algorithm 'scryptn2' (Verium, Bitcoin Subsidium) for CPU mining, fee 0.85% (run as admin/root for more hashrate)
+ GPU tweaking/boosting now available on both Windows & Linux
+ Extended GPU tweaks support with R9 290/380/390 cards
+ Added parameter '--gpu-tweak-unsupported'
+ Added parameter '--gpu-boost'
+ Added parameter '--msr-use-preset'
+ Bug fixes

V0.5.5
+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_ninja' fee 0.85%
+ DevFee for 'ethash' algorithm lowered to 0.65%
+ DevFee for 'ubqhash' algorithm lowered to 0.65%
+ DevFee for 'minotaur' algorithm lowered to 0.85%
+ DevFee for 'randomxl' algorithm removed
+ Small performance increase on cryptonight_xhv algorithm
+ Parameter '--gpu-intensity' now accepts raw-intensity values too, so you can mix them if you want (ex. 12+2048 = intensity 12, raw-intensity 2048)
+ Removed parameter '--gpu-raw-intensity'
+ --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 for CPU mining now uses number of threads defined for algorithm 1 when algorithm 0 can't be mined
+ Bug fixes

V0.5.4
+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.5.3
+ Added 'argon2d_dynamic' for GPU mining
+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa' for GPU mining
+ Added 'cryptonight_cache' CPU & GPU
+ Fixed 'duplicate share' errors with 'ethash' algorithm
+ Less stale shares on 'ethash' algorithm in auto mode
+ Faster 'verushash' on CPU's without AES
+ Proper support for 64+ thread CPU's on Windows
+ More bug fixes

V0.5.2
+ Added 'verushash' for GPU mining
+ 'verushash' on CPU optimised a little bit
+ 'ethash' on GPU optimised a little bit
+ Optimised algorithm redirecting with CPU mined algorithms
+ Removed 'MTP' algorithm
+ Bug fixes

V0.5.1
+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_chukwa'
+ Added algorithm 'argon2d_dynamic'
+ Added parameter '--miner-priority' to set priority of main miner process
+ Renamed '--cpu-priority' to '--cpu-threads-priority'
+ Faster hashrate refresh interval for CPU workers
+ Fixed (probably) crash when mining with 'randomepic' algorithm
+ Bug fixes

V0.5.0
+ Now supporting real MULTI ALGORITHM mining, you can mine up to 4 algorithms at the same time
+ Changed API and WEB stats to be compatible with the new multi algorithm mining functionality
+ Added GPU auto tune functionality
+ A lot of changes in configuration parameters and the way you define them (check Help folder)
+ Updated algorithm 'defyx' to 'panthera'
+ Updated algorithm 'tellor' to work on tellorpool.org, and removed devfee
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_ccx'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_xhv'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_gpu'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_upx'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_heavyx'
+ Added algorithm 'verushash'
+ Added new parameters '--gpu-auto-tune', '--multi-algorithm-job-mode', '--cpu-threads-intensity', '--gpu-auto-intensity', '--gpu-cn-mode'
+ Parameter '--gpu-ethash-mode' now has a new mode : 3
+ A lot of bug fixes

You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!


V0.4.7
+ Removed devfee for 'blake2s', 'mtp', 'keccak', 'yespoweritc', 'm7mv2', 'cryptonight_catalans', 'cryptonight_talleo' algorithms
+ Lowered 'bl2bsha3' devfee to standard fee (~0.85%)
+ Fixed 'randomx' algorithm when running on 64+ threads
+ Fixed config parameter "cpu_affinity"

V0.4.6
+ Fixed 'defyx' algorithm on Intel CPU's (previous version broke it)
+ Hashrate stats (pressing 'h') now shows current hashing speed of CPU, and not the 10 second average
+ Lowered pool reconnection time to 15 sec
+ Added parameter '--gpu-ethash-mode' to cmd parameters
+ Added parameter 'gpu_ethash_mode' to config parameters
+ Added parameter 'ethash_mode' to gpu_conf parameters
+ Added parameter '--disable-cpu-auto-affinity'

V0.4.5
+ Added 'randomepic' algorithm (EpicCash RandomX) solo/pool
+ 'ethash' and 'ubqhash' algorithm faster ~1.5% on Vega
+ 'RandomX' algorithm improvements
+ Fixed allocation of 'RandomX' dataset for 1Gb pages (--randomx-use-1gb-pages parameter)
+ Fixed an issue with MSR tweaks not being applied correctly
+ Lowered 'minotaur' algorithm devfee to 2%
+ Fixed crashing of 'minotaur' algorithm on AVX2 capable cpu's
+ '--send-stales' is now set per pool, it accepts true/false. Default is true.
+ 'send_stales' parameter added to pools config file too
+ '--gpu-intensity' option can now be used in combination with auto gpu setup in cmd
+ Improved gpu watchdog
+ Added temporary parameter '--cnpool-bbc-fix' which disables workers if job diff >= 50
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.4.4
+ added 'ethash' algorithm
+ added 'ubqhash' algorithm
+ added parameter '--esm' to set ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy)
+ added parameter 'esm' to pools config (ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy))
+ added parameter '--enable-ethash-leak-fix' which tries to workaround AMD driver memory leak when recreating DAG
+ fixed algo switching and tweak_profiles miner freeze bug
+ --gpu-tweak-profile option can now be used with auto gpu setup in cmd

V0.4.3
+ Added 'tellor' algorithm (trb.uupool.cn compatible stratum)
+ Improvements on 'minotaur' algorithm
+ Guided setup fixed & simplified

V0.4.2
+ Improvements for 4G Ellesmere cards on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm
+ Small improvements on 'yespower' CPU algorithms
+ Added parameters 'disable_cpu' and 'disable_gpu' in configuration file
+ Fixed 'handshake' algorithm mining on nicehash
+ Algoswitching now reconnects back to main pool when it gets available
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.4.1
+ Added CPU algorithm 'minotaur' (Ring coin)
+ Added CPU algorithm 'yespowerres' (Resistance coin)
+ 2-4% faster 'cryptonight_bbc' on some GPU's
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.4.0
+ Added algorithm 'randomkeva' (Keva coin upcoming algorithm)
+ Added Navi support for 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm
+ Much better auto setup for RX 4xx/5xx 8G cards on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm

V0.3.9
+ Miner now works on older linux distributions ( Ubuntu 16.04 - glibc2.23 )
+ Small hashrate increase on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm for some GPU's
+ Yescrypt algorithms hashrate increase on CPU if miner run with administrator/root privilege
+ Fixed GPU sensors reading on Linux
+ Fixed a bug that sometimes stopped hashing when connected to the pool after a long reconnect period
+ Renamed '--disable-randomx-tweaks' parameter to '--disable-msr-tweaks', '--disable-tweaking' to '--disable-gpu-tweaking', and '--randomx-use-tweaks' to '--msr-use-tweaks'
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.3.8
+ Hashrate increased even more on 'kadena' algorithm, and at the same time lowered power usage
+ Small hashrate increase on 'yescrypt' CPU algorithms
+ Minor bug fixes

V0.3.7
+ 'kadena' algorithm huge hashrate increase
+ Added 'gpu_' prefix to GPU related parameters in config file : gpu_intensity, gpu_raw_intensity, gpu_worksize, gpu_threads, gpu_tweak_profile, gpu_target_temperature, gpu_shutdown_temperature, gpu_off_temperature. 'gpu_conf' parameters naming stays the same.
+ Added new parameters in config file : cpu_threads, cpu_affinity, cpu_priority
+ Renamed 'pool_use_tls' in pool configuration file to 'tls'


V0.3.6
+ 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm updated (active from block 133060)
+ Added '--enable-opencl-cleanup' parameter to enable OpenCL resources freeing on miner exit/restart (default is disabled because it can hang miner if driver crashed)

V0.3.5
+ Added 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm (BigBangCore) - DevFee 2.5%
+ Lowered devfee for 'bl2bsha3' to 2%
+ Some gpu's might get a tiny hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3'
+ Gpu sensors now available in Linux
+ --adl-disable parameter now available in Linux
+ --shutdown-temperature parameter (shutdown_temperature in config) now available in Linux
+ --gpu-off-temperature parameter (off_temperature in config) now available in Linux
+ Removed option to set difficulty for 'bl2bsha3' in password field
+ Removed notification for 6block stratum compatibility
+ Possibly fixed a bug where miner shows it's hashing (always shows exactly same hashrate), but gpu's are stalled

V0.3.4
+ Fixed share accepted/rejected display issue with 6block pool (HNS)
+ Fixed miner auto restarting issue on Linux
+ Tiny hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3' with some GPU's

V0.3.3
+ Hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3' algorithm (~ 10-15% )
+ Added support for Navi (gfx1010) cards for 'bl2bsha3' (let's just say it works)
+ Added possibility to set difficulty for 'bl2bsha3' . Just enter it in the pool password field.
+ Miner can be now used on pools other than 6block if they implement the same stratum protocol as 6block

V0.3.2
+ Added algorithm 'bl2bsha3' (Handshake (HNS) coin - 6block.com pool only)
+ RandomX fixes
+ Added '--gpu-platform' parameter to cmd config, and 'gpu_platform' to configuration files to force opencl platform
+ Added '--randomx-use-1gb-pages' parameter to config, whiche enables 1GB sized page files if supported by CPU
+ When reading pools or algorithms configuration file, if invalid entry found it will be just skipped

V0.3.1
+ Fixed ERROR 0x4002

V0.3.0
+ First version for Linux (Tested on Ubuntu 18.04)
+ Removed RandomV (MoneroV) algorithm
+ Added 'defyx' algorithm (Scala)
+ Added 'yespoweritc' algorithm (Intercoin)
+ Added 'cryptonight_catalans' algorithm (CatalansCoin)
+ Added 'cryptonight_talleo' algorithm (Talleo)
+ --randomx-use-tweaks accepts now values from 0-4, [ 0 - Intel, 0,1,2,3,4 - AMD ]
+ Added parameter 'worker' to pools config and cmd parameters -> defines worker name for RPC2
+ a lot of bug fixes

V0.2.0
+ Added RandomV algorithm (MoneroV)
+ Added --randomx-use-tweaks , to select the MSR tweak/s to apply
+ Added RandomX tweak support for Intel Core2 processors

V0.1.9 beta
+ Added RandomSFX algorithm (SafexCash)
+ RandomX algorithm/s improvements
+ Added RandomX algorithm/s extra tweak that can increase hashrate
+ Added parameter --disable-randomx-tweaks
+ Fixed K12 algorithm
+ --cpu-priority now affects main process too (not just worker threads)
+ default --cpu-priority is now 2 (below normal)
+ bug fixes
+ added license text to readme for RandomX and WinRing0

V0.1.8 beta
+ Added Kadena algorithm (pool mining only)
+ Added yespoweric algorithm (IsotopeC)
+ Added yespoweriots algorithm (IOTScoin)
+ Added yespower2b AVX support
+ Fixed nicehash protocol compatibility with rpc2
+ Miner now won't quit if not enough free RAM for an algorithm, it will just warn the user

V0.1.7 beta
+ Added 'm7mv2' algorithm (Magi coin - XMG)
+ Cpu auto configuration should be better than on previous versions
+ Added CPU data to API, also rearranged a few things in API
+ Console window 'Quick Edit' mode disabled on miner start, so users won't accidentally pause miner by clicking in the console window

V0.1.6 beta
+ Fixed threads binding on systems with more than 1 numa node
+ Better auto configuration for cpu mining
+ Previous two fixes should bring higher hashrates
+ Added pool controlled algorithm switching capability (Monero Ocean)
+ Added pool config parameter "algo_min_time" and --algo-min-time to cli (Monero Ocean)
+ Added pool config parameter "keepalive" and --keepalive to cli

V0.1.5 beta
+ Added cpu algorithms : RandomX, RandomXL, RandomWow, RandomArq
+ Added cli parameters: --cpu-priority, --disable-huge-pages, --disable-hw-aes, --disable-numa
+ Added pool config parameter 'start_block_height' and --start-block-height cli parameter
+ Fixed a bug that limited the number of threads useable for cpu mining
+ Fixed cpu affinity parameter and thread/s binding to affinity mask
+ Where possible, now using huge pages if available, this should bring a slight performance increase
+ Removed OpenCL dependency if using only cpu miner
+ Added limited Overdrive8 support (adl type 3)

V0.1.4 beta
+ Fixed a critical bug with work creation for fast algorithms [k12, keccak]

V0.1.3 beta
+ Keccak algorithm +15% faster on gpu
+ K12 algorithm +8-12% faster on gpu [vega56 ~1700mhs]
+ Guided setup got smarter a little bit

V0.1.2 beta
+ Added support for kangaroo12 algo [k12]
+ All algorithms that have a fee now have the same ~0.85% devfee
+ More bug fixes

V0.1.1 beta
+Added yespowerltncg, yespowersugar, yespowerurx, yespower2b, eaglesong (nervos-ckb) algorithms
+Added support for SHA with yespower algorithm family
+Bug fixes



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: abg00 on October 04, 2019, 04:43:36 PM
this miner dont support cn algo? in future too?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2019, 04:48:03 PM
this miner dont support cn algo? in future too?

You mean RandomX algo ?
I will probably add CPU support, GPU not so sure.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: alucard20724 on October 04, 2019, 04:57:57 PM
I shall ask anyways..

5700 support?  ;D ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: GKumaran on October 04, 2019, 05:09:24 PM
Bug Report in guided setup.

The new start file is created in the following way
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --config Config\config-yespower.txt --pools Pools\pools-yespower.txt --disable-gpu --logfile Logs\log-yespower.txt

Correct bat
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --config-file Config\config-yespower.txt --pools-file Pools\pools-yespower.txt --disable-gpu --log-file Logs\log-yespower.txt

Setup uses the old srbminer format.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2019, 05:32:06 PM
I shall ask anyways..

5700 support?  ;D ;D

I want to, but i need to buy one first.


@GKumaran thanks for reporting that bug


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: lncm on October 04, 2019, 06:42:37 PM
Will all CN coins migrate to RamdomX?

I don't think so.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: igotek on October 04, 2019, 09:20:42 PM
How to set rigid on https://mbc.skypool.co/ to mine MBC ?
I couldnt find any information about it in the read me file.

***

could you give me any example of mining 0XBTC on keccak algo ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: CjMapope on October 04, 2019, 09:53:33 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 05, 2019, 03:56:31 AM
How to set rigid on https://mbc.skypool.co/ to mine MBC ?
I couldnt find any information about it in the read me file.

***

could you give me any example of mining 0XBTC on keccak algo ?

Hi, the format is wallet.id on skypool.

You can't mine 0xbtc with this, i just quick googled it looks like their stratum/net code is different, maybe some other things too.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 05, 2019, 03:58:07 AM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: igotek on October 05, 2019, 08:13:23 PM
Code:
New network launch

-MBCs (MicroBitcoin) which haven't been moved since hardfork will be burned. (There is approximately 2,700,000 BTC activated so far from the 525,001 block)
-Locking up the 50% of the premined contributors' MicroBitcoin. (Almost 5,000,000,000 MBC will be technically locked up until 2021.)
-Maximum Supply will be almost 61,000,000,000 MBC. It will be different according to the snapshot amount.
-Reward for first block of new network will be changed from 12,500 MBC to 5,500 MBC. And reward for each new block will be calculated using the function in the document below.
-To make network more reliable, prevent block spamming and create better fee market, block size will be decreased to 300kb.
-New PoW lgorithm - modified YesPower (sha256 replaced with blake2b)
 
You can read more about new network in following this post https://mbc.wiki/d/31-new-network-launch

Your new miner for rainforestv2 algorithm was perfect. But there is an update on the MBC.
Will you support the new algorithm for MicroBitcoin ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 05, 2019, 09:08:44 PM
Code:
New network launch

-MBCs (MicroBitcoin) which haven't been moved since hardfork will be burned. (There is approximately 2,700,000 BTC activated so far from the 525,001 block)
-Locking up the 50% of the premined contributors' MicroBitcoin. (Almost 5,000,000,000 MBC will be technically locked up until 2021.)
-Maximum Supply will be almost 61,000,000,000 MBC. It will be different according to the snapshot amount.
-Reward for first block of new network will be changed from 12,500 MBC to 5,500 MBC. And reward for each new block will be calculated using the function in the document below.
-To make network more reliable, prevent block spamming and create better fee market, block size will be decreased to 300kb.
-New PoW lgorithm - modified YesPower (sha256 replaced with blake2b)
 
You can read more about new network in following this post https://mbc.wiki/d/31-new-network-launch

Your new miner for rainforestv2 algorithm was perfect. But there is an update on the MBC.
Will you support the new algorithm for MicroBitcoin ?


Yes, i will. CPU miner will be ready, for GPU part i am not even sure that there will be one, as yespower is GPU unfriendly :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: CjMapope on October 05, 2019, 10:43:30 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 06, 2019, 05:19:05 AM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: alexcrys1 on October 06, 2019, 01:35:46 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?

Something is not good with your miner...mining rfv2 with 480/580/570 and miner show dead gpu on some card,i change the clock,voltage,and nothing so i quit i lost 2h for nothing


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 06, 2019, 03:57:51 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?

Something is not good with your miner...mining rfv2 with 480/580/570 and miner show dead gpu on some card,i change the clock,voltage,and nothing so i quit i lost 2h for nothing

I got it running for 10 days on 7 rigs, same cards 4/8gb .. that is about 40 gpu's.. did you try anything else beside leaving the default auto config (intensity 0) ?
If you use straps and settings for ethereum, you should give it a little more voltage. Mem clock is not really important so it can be lowered.
Share what have you tried, maybe i/we can help you.
It's the easiest to say the problem is in the miner.. :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: alexcrys1 on October 06, 2019, 04:10:15 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?

Something is not good with your miner...mining rfv2 with 480/580/570 and miner show dead gpu on some card,i change the clock,voltage,and nothing so i quit i lost 2h for nothing

I got it running for 10 days on 7 rigs, same cards 4/8gb .. that is about 40 gpu's.. did you try anything else beside leaving the default auto config (intensity 0) ?
If you use straps and settings for ethereum, you should give it a little more voltage. Mem clock is not really important so it can be lowered.
It's the easiest to say the problem is in the miner.. :)

If is not the miner what it is? i use your miner before on cryptonight and it was ok..i have 3 rigs and the same problems...i don't know what to use and i put on 0 auto..what do you recommend on this cards to stay stable and not crash the gpu(post your clock,voltage.memclock) ???? trust me i try hi voltage and the same rezoult gpu die(gpu clock 1150-1000)....so i don't remember to have that much issuse running miners like this one  


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 06, 2019, 04:31:35 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?

Something is not good with your miner...mining rfv2 with 480/580/570 and miner show dead gpu on some card,i change the clock,voltage,and nothing so i quit i lost 2h for nothing

I got it running for 10 days on 7 rigs, same cards 4/8gb .. that is about 40 gpu's.. did you try anything else beside leaving the default auto config (intensity 0) ?
If you use straps and settings for ethereum, you should give it a little more voltage. Mem clock is not really important so it can be lowered.
It's the easiest to say the problem is in the miner.. :)

If is not the miner what it is? i use your miner before on cryptonight and it was ok..i have 3 rigs and the same problems...i don't know what to use and i put on 0 auto..what do you recommend on this cards to stay stable and not crash the gpu(post your clock,voltage.memclock) ???? trust me i try hi voltage and the same rezoult gpu die(gpu clock 1150-1000)....so i don't remember to have that much issuse running miners like this one  

Auto setup sets 2 threads / gpu, so try 1 thread instead.

For 470/570 try :

intensity 27
worksize 64
threads 1

for 480/580 :

intensity 27
worksize 128
threads 1

Also try to play with intensity, not all gpu's can handle the same settings/overclocking settings.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: alexcrys1 on October 06, 2019, 05:14:20 PM
:O  damn man nice, i was JUST saying in an earlier thread i needed a modern miner for my r9's i was firing back up
then you release this, couldn't be better timing.
Gonna test this tonight, nice to see something by a known dev
Have some merit on me :)



Sorry i will have to dissapoint you, but i added support for those blindly, i don't own anything older than rx, so please share the results with me too :)

oh ok, ya so far ive had no luck with rainforestv2 on my 290's, but i have alot of testing yet to do, i should really just retire these things to a scrapyard probably :P
590's are like less than 200$ usd now :O seems like a good price


What does no luck means ? :)
Maybe i can help. Is it working (hashing), or you get some errors, or.. ?

Something is not good with your miner...mining rfv2 with 480/580/570 and miner show dead gpu on some card,i change the clock,voltage,and nothing so i quit i lost 2h for nothing

I got it running for 10 days on 7 rigs, same cards 4/8gb .. that is about 40 gpu's.. did you try anything else beside leaving the default auto config (intensity 0) ?
If you use straps and settings for ethereum, you should give it a little more voltage. Mem clock is not really important so it can be lowered.
It's the easiest to say the problem is in the miner.. :)

If is not the miner what it is? i use your miner before on cryptonight and it was ok..i have 3 rigs and the same problems...i don't know what to use and i put on 0 auto..what do you recommend on this cards to stay stable and not crash the gpu(post your clock,voltage.memclock) ???? trust me i try hi voltage and the same rezoult gpu die(gpu clock 1150-1000)....so i don't remember to have that much issuse running miners like this one  

Auto setup sets 2 threads / gpu, so try 1 thread instead.

For 470/570 try :

intensity 27
worksize 64
threads 1

for 480/580 :

intensity 27
worksize 128
threads 1

Also try to play with intensity, not all gpu's can handle the same settings/overclocking settings.

ok,thx but you don't post the gpu-clock.mem-clock,voltage'...u know better this thing is your miner


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: alucard20724 on October 06, 2019, 06:00:31 PM
VegaII on water mem@1100 MHz  gpu@stock

Blake2b   @2.9 gh/s
Blake2s   @5.5 gh/s
Yescrypt  @2.65 kh/s
MTP        @4.06 mh/s
Keccak    @0.775 gh/s


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: big_daddy on October 09, 2019, 08:12:43 AM
As I was a regular user of SRB miner in the past I will follow this new topic to see the development for the new SRBMiner-MULTI
Good luck doktor83 with your new development


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: sxemini on October 09, 2019, 10:56:18 AM
As I was a regular user of SRB miner in the past I will follow this new topic to see the development for the new SRBMiner-MULTI
Good luck doktor83 with your new development

the cpu miner is very slow on cpupower  :(

Intel 3770

cpupower opti   800 h/s on 4 threads
srbminer          715 h/s on 8 threads or 430 h/s on 4 threads




Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2019, 11:24:52 AM
As I was a regular user of SRB miner in the past I will follow this new topic to see the development for the new SRBMiner-MULTI
Good luck doktor83 with your new development

the cpu miner is very slow on cpupower  :(

Intel 3770

cpupower opti   800 h/s on 4 threads
srbminer          715 h/s on 8 threads or 430 h/s on 4 threads




Which one is cpupower opti ?
Also any other settings , like affinity used?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: sxemini on October 09, 2019, 11:47:17 AM
As I was a regular user of SRB miner in the past I will follow this new topic to see the development for the new SRBMiner-MULTI
Good luck doktor83 with your new development

the cpu miner is very slow on cpupower  :(

Intel 3770

cpupower opti   800 h/s on 4 threads
srbminer          715 h/s on 8 threads or 430 h/s on 4 threads




Which one is cpupower opti ?
Also any other settings , like affinity used?

Iīm mining on cpu pool and use there miner:

https://github.com/cpu-pool/cpuminer-opt-cpupower/releases

cpu affinity = 0x55 = 0 2 4 6



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: Lafu on October 09, 2019, 12:57:27 PM
@doktor83

Nice to see you got your thread back and the things was cleared without any stress and big action !
Hope you understand why so many looking after Malware things some kind of detections.
If you readed my thread full i guess you have .


Wish you good luck with your Miner Dev.

Regards Lafu


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2019, 05:26:54 PM
Iīm mining on cpu pool and use there miner:

https://github.com/cpu-pool/cpuminer-opt-cpupower/releases

cpu affinity = 0x55 = 0 2 4 6



ok, i have an i5-2500k , it has same instruction set as your cpu, but 4 threads.
With all 4 threads i get ~430hs, sse2 cause no sha available. No affinity set, just --cpu-threads 4 .
I tried the miner from your link , 4 threads give approx the same result.

I will compare these two on a few more machines, but i think there won't be such a drastical difference as in your case.

How does your cmd line for SRB looks like ? Are you using the same affinity settings as with that other miner?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 12, 2019, 05:00:27 AM
V0.1.1 beta

+Added yespowerltncg, yespowersugar, yespowerurx, yespower2b, eaglesong (nervos-ckb) algorithms
+Added support for SHA with yespower algorithm family
+Bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: impynick on October 12, 2019, 06:32:23 AM
V0.1.1 beta

+Added yespowerltncg, yespowersugar, yespowerurx, yespower2b, eaglesong (nervos-ckb) algorithms
+Added support for SHA with yespower algorithm family
+Bug fixes

Hi Dok!

Big fan of SRBminer AMD ; anyway you can implement argon2D-DYN aka argon2D-500? :)

If not ofc i understand


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 14, 2019, 05:58:00 AM
V0.1.1 beta

+Added yespowerltncg, yespowersugar, yespowerurx, yespower2b, eaglesong (nervos-ckb) algorithms
+Added support for SHA with yespower algorithm family
+Bug fixes

Hi Dok!

Big fan of SRBminer AMD ; anyway you can implement argon2D-DYN aka argon2D-500? :)

If not ofc i understand

I will add a few from the argon family, but little later :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: impynick on October 14, 2019, 06:32:00 AM
V0.1.1 beta

+Added yespowerltncg, yespowersugar, yespowerurx, yespower2b, eaglesong (nervos-ckb) algorithms
+Added support for SHA with yespower algorithm family
+Bug fixes

Hi Dok!

Big fan of SRBminer AMD ; anyway you can implement argon2D-DYN aka argon2D-500? :)

If not ofc i understand

I will add a few from the argon family, but little later :)

Glad to hear. Thanks!


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: logicalray77 on October 14, 2019, 08:23:16 AM
Hi @doktor83,

I am not sure if this would interest you. But have look out at Raptoreum coin. They currently on Testnet and should go to mainet soon.
Might be something you can develop for CPU minable coin and possible GPU as well.



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 14, 2019, 12:29:36 PM
Hello. How about idea to add to gpu miner support
for all these cpu algos such as yescryptr16/yescryptr32/yespower/yespowerr16/
Power2b/lyra2z330/Terahash/m7m/defyx/Randomx/Ghostrider/Scrypt^2?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: thefix on October 14, 2019, 07:56:23 PM
VegaII on water mem@1100 MHz  gpu@stock

Blake2b   @2.9 gh/s
Blake2s   @5.5 gh/s
Yescrypt  @2.65 kh/s
MTP        @4.06 mh/s
Keccak    @0.775 gh/s

Nice numbers especially on MTP although I have a feeling that it is sucking up some serious power mining Zcoin. Are you happy with the Vega II and did water make a big difference for you?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: sxemini on October 15, 2019, 08:31:14 AM
Hello. How about idea to add to gpu miner support
for all these cpu algos such as yescryptr16/yescryptr32/yespower/yespowerr16/
Power2b/lyra2z330/Terahash/m7m/defyx/Randomx/Ghostrider/Scrypt^2?

It is not possible or make no sense, thats the ideao of this algoīs  ::)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.1 beta
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 15, 2019, 08:51:25 AM
Long time ago  ;D people think the same about equihash, c11, yescrypt and many other algoritms  ::)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 18, 2019, 12:44:23 PM
V0.1.2 beta

+ Added support for kangaroo12 algo [k12]
+ All algorithms that have a fee now have the same ~0.85% devfee
+ More bug fixes

Aeon will fork to k12 algo around Oct. 25th.

Unfortunately there are already FPGA bitstreams ready for this algo, but still, you should jump on GPU mining it at least a few days after the fork, cause it should be profitable.
Performance : ~1500MHS on Vega56 (40% faster than VulkanXMRMiner)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: igotek on October 19, 2019, 02:43:57 PM
i like miners with different algos.  :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: justoiurii on October 19, 2019, 07:13:32 PM
Hello, DOK) Could you fix using ckb accound adress? Most pools in test phase using it.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: AVP on October 19, 2019, 10:24:03 PM
Hi Dok - thanks for all your hard work on SRB.

Quick question, just trying to understand why you said Cryptonite algo coins are slowly dying and why CN miner support is EOL (end of life)?

Cryptunit.com has many CN projects and they are all very active in development - just trying to understand your reasoning behind this decision, maybe you will re-think it and continue support, it is a great miner. CN algo is also very active with many projects, duno maybe I'm missing something here. Anyways just trying to understand. Thanks in advance!


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 20, 2019, 06:14:50 AM
Hello, DOK) Could you fix using ckb accound adress? Most pools in test phase using it.

I don't understand what should be fixed? Tested on sparkpool and hashpool, both work.

Hi Dok - thanks for all your hard work on SRB.

Quick question, just trying to understand why you said Cryptonite algo coins are slowly dying and why CN miner support is EOL (end of life)?

Cryptunit.com has many CN projects and they are all very active in development - just trying to understand your reasoning behind this decision, maybe you will re-think it and continue support, it is a great miner. CN algo is also very active with many projects, duno maybe I'm missing something here. Anyways just trying to understand. Thanks in advance!

I think there won't be new CN variant algorithms anymore, probably a lot of old/new projects will follow the RandomX path. SRBMiner-CN is working with the existing algorithms, so any project that uses one of those could be mined with SRBMiner-CN.

If there will be any new CN variants though, i will consider adding them to the new MULTI miner. This one is an improved version of the old miner, i fixed a lot of bugs, added cpu mining support etc.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: justoiurii on October 20, 2019, 07:20:16 AM
Hello, DOK) Could you fix using ckb accound adress? Most pools in test phase using it.

I don't understand what should be fixed? Tested on sparkpool and hashpool, both work.


In guided-setup I can set only standart address 10-12 characters, but pools use id address


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: justoiurii on October 20, 2019, 07:55:55 AM
OK. I set config manually and start testing. DOK, you are great again) your miner more power effectively than NB or sparkminer. I have 346 Mh/sec from rx480 and less than 100 w from the wall)))


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 20, 2019, 09:08:40 AM
In guided-setup I can set only standart address 10-12 characters, but pools use id address

Noo, you can set up to 200 characters for wallet address in guided setup mode, so that should fit the wallet.payment-id format too.
I am happy that you have the best results with SRBMiner-MULTI  ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.3 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 21, 2019, 10:20:55 AM
V0.1.3 beta

+ Keccak algorithm +15% faster on gpu
+ K12 algorithm +8-12% faster on gpu [vega56 ~1700mhs]
+ Guided setup got smarter a little bit


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.3 beta
Post by: bigslimvdub on October 21, 2019, 11:38:08 AM
Thanks for supporting K12 on the fork for $AEON! If anyone wants additional support for Aeon please visit our Discord or IRC.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.3 beta
Post by: big_daddy on October 21, 2019, 12:11:40 PM
V0.1.3 beta

+ Keccak algorithm +15% faster on gpu
+ K12 algorithm +8-12% faster on gpu [vega56 ~1700mhs]
+ Guided setup got smarter a little bit

have you made some tests for K12 algo on RX 4xx/5xx 4/8gb also?
I'm asking cause I'm curious what clocks to use here
tnx


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.3 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 21, 2019, 12:24:38 PM
V0.1.3 beta

+ Keccak algorithm +15% faster on gpu
+ K12 algorithm +8-12% faster on gpu [vega56 ~1700mhs]
+ Guided setup got smarter a little bit

have you made some tests for K12 algo on RX 4xx/5xx 4/8gb also?
I'm asking cause I'm curious what clocks to use here
tnx

not really, but mem clock is not important, go as much high as you can with core clock :)

There is one testpool i know about : 162.210.173.150:4444


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.3 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 21, 2019, 02:00:17 PM
Ok, i found a bug in work creation, i just noticed this with the very fast K12 algo, where worker runs out of nonces very fast.
Fix incoming soon  ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 22, 2019, 10:16:26 AM
V0.1.4 beta

+ Fixed a critical bug with work creation for fast algorithms [k12, keccak]

If you want to mine k12 or keccak algorithms with a rig, you should update to this version.

Also here are some numbers for K12, but on cards that used to mine ETH:

RX560   ~ 350 MHS [1180/1500]
RX470   ~ 790 MHS [1130/1900]
VEGA56 ~ 1770 MHS [1500/900]

You should absolutely raise core clock and lower mem clock to get more hash.


Test pool and address:

Code:
{
"pool" : "162.210.173.150:4444",
"wallet" : "UmkHnTboxTobceosFgpM16CAkMZnwfqQCQrLY3zCZQLgEovYM72zpy21DjzS4vj8z3SrP3HWg6fKmSkcPz8oir5x1HDMQGKyn",
"password" : "x"
}


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: big_daddy on October 22, 2019, 11:11:28 AM
I've tested your new miner version on k12
it works well

this is just a testnet server right? I'm waiting the AEON fork, this is why I want be ready to mine on time


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: WhyMe on October 22, 2019, 12:58:48 PM
K12 is an old algo already available on FPGA no ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 22, 2019, 02:15:20 PM
K12 is an old algo already available on FPGA no ?

It is. Just like a lot of algorithms :)


I've tested your new miner version on k12
it works well

this is just a testnet server right? I'm waiting the AEON fork, this is why I want be ready to mine on time

Yes, this is just a testnet so you can test your cpu/gpu/fpga before the fork


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 23, 2019, 05:44:42 AM
Doktor, can you compile win32 version of miner (at least for CPU algos)?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: doktor83 on October 23, 2019, 07:34:36 AM
Doktor, can you compile win32 version of miner (at least for CPU algos)?

I can't sorry. The app i use to protect the binary is only x64


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: io8621 on October 25, 2019, 02:49:01 PM
Work fine on k12 for some hour and then crash. Clean win10 install 19.4.3 driver Adrenalin.

Same result on 7 6x570 rig.

https://i.ibb.co/znpcNHz/error.png (https://ibb.co/yftTVBr)



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: tale01 on October 26, 2019, 02:23:50 PM
I think k12 it is for FPGA.
GPU is not take profit   :-\


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: alexcrys1 on October 26, 2019, 03:57:08 PM
You may take a look on Bismuth(SHA-224)  ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: hesido on October 29, 2019, 12:17:46 PM
Anything profitable for Rx580's? 0.13 usd per KW electricity here.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: io8621 on October 29, 2019, 03:19:39 PM
You may take a look on Bismuth(SHA-224)  ;D

Yes, Bismuth would be nice.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.2 beta
Post by: mtl1979 on October 29, 2019, 10:02:32 PM
I think there won't be new CN variant algorithms anymore, probably a lot of old/new projects will follow the RandomX path. SRBMiner-CN is working with the existing algorithms, so any project that uses one of those could be mined with SRBMiner-CN.

If there will be any new CN variants though, i will consider adding them to the new MULTI miner. This one is an improved version of the old miner, i fixed a lot of bugs, added cpu mining support etc.

Talleo uses CryptoNight Ultra Variant 2, which is similar to CryptoNight Turtle (CryptoNight Ultra Lite Variant 2 or cn_pico/turtle), but is still incompatible. As latest xmr-stak has issues with rejected shares with both CPU and GPU mining, and xmrig doesn't support the algorithm, people are complaining they can't use SRBMiner-CN with their AMD GPUs.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.4 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 03, 2019, 07:15:06 AM
If interested in mining Nervos CKB, here's a video tutorial on how to set up SRBMiner :

https://youtu.be/t3Zp9f9TuJY (https://youtu.be/t3Zp9f9TuJY)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: EnglishGentleman on November 06, 2019, 06:35:26 PM
this miner dont support cn algo? in future too?

You mean RandomX algo ?
I will probably add CPU support, GPU not so sure.

Hi. Do you have a planned release date for RandomX please?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 07, 2019, 04:40:29 AM
this miner dont support cn algo? in future too?

You mean RandomX algo ?
I will probably add CPU support, GPU not so sure.

Hi. Do you have a planned release date for RandomX please?

Yes, in one or two days


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 07, 2019, 01:02:40 PM
V0.1.5 beta

+ Added cpu algorithms : RandomX, RandomXL, RandomWow, RandomArq
+ Added cli parameters: --cpu-priority, --disable-huge-pages, --disable-hw-aes, --disable-numa
+ Added pool config parameter 'start_block_height' and --start-block-height cli parameter
+ Fixed a bug that limited the number of threads useable for cpu mining
+ Fixed cpu affinity parameter and thread/s binding to affinity mask
+ Where possible, now using huge pages if available, this should bring a slight performance increase
+ Removed OpenCL dependency if using only cpu miner
+ Added limited Overdrive8 support (adl type 3)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: EnglishGentleman on November 07, 2019, 05:06:41 PM
V0.1.5 beta

+ Added cpu algorithms : RandomX, RandomXL, RandomWow, RandomArq
+ Added cli parameters: --cpu-priority, --disable-huge-pages, --disable-hw-aes, --disable-numa
+ Added pool config parameter 'start_block_height' and --start-block-height cli parameter
+ Fixed a bug that limited the number of threads useable for cpu mining
+ Fixed cpu affinity parameter and thread/s binding to affinity mask
+ Where possible, now using huge pages if available, this should bring a slight performance increase
+ Removed OpenCL dependency if using only cpu miner
+ Added limited Overdrive8 support (adl type 3)

Hello Doktor


Thanks for the initiative. Single core performance on RandomXL seems good.  However there are some error messages thrown up and multi-core performance is poor at the moment. Can you help?  The test system is Dell R620 server with two Xeon E5-2620 V1 and 28 GBytes of RAM.

First the error messages:

Cannot bind database to node     Cannot bind cache to node    See https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o8AnMtIU3J9WstytBRktOa-L9f_C0BeN/view?usp=sharing

Cannot bind scratchpad to node    See https://drive.google.com/file/d/18G_bTBlkV3hUXC-D9X0sMrui1dSmjkFe/view?usp=sharing


The errors appear if I use the wizard to create the BAT file or make my own BAT file.

How can these errors be fixed please?

The performance issue seems to be that the second CPU is not utilised even though SRBMiner identifies 12 cores and 24 threads.

See pics from HWInfo of the two cores

CPU 0     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IhRbu9z1F1-DWaJpz7o3dyQvazSOe3VM/view?usp=sharing
CPU 1     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C2s1PBm9hmzNAv91Jrsk2ZiWGlvW14Va/view?usp=sharing

Here is the command line used   SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomxl  --cpu-threads 0 --pool loki.miner.rocks:5005 --wallet L7f9SMpr43wNERBxCngFyqMoJvkMax8xSitiJY335ra12ucbiEFzgqKfHJg1Q9y58RGMi3TyGvPC94e 6w3zYKK9i9PHmDDr  --cpu-threads

Finally I can't see documentation on how to use CPU affinity  and   --cpu-priority. Please can you add it?




Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 07, 2019, 05:25:37 PM

Hello Doktor


Thanks for the initiative. Single core performance on RandomXL seems good.  However there are some error messages thrown up and multi-core performance is poor at the moment. Can you help?  The test system is Dell R620 server with two Xeon E5-2620 V1 and 28 GBytes of RAM.

First the error messages:

Cannot bind database to node     Cannot bind cache to node    See https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o8AnMtIU3J9WstytBRktOa-L9f_C0BeN/view?usp=sharing

Cannot bind scratchpad to node    See https://drive.google.com/file/d/18G_bTBlkV3hUXC-D9X0sMrui1dSmjkFe/view?usp=sharing


The errors appear if I use the wizard to create the BAT file or make my own BAT file.

How can these errors be fixed please?

The performance issue seems to be that the second CPU is not utilised even though SRBMiner identifies 12 cores and 24 threads.

See pics from HWInfo of the two cores

CPU 0     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IhRbu9z1F1-DWaJpz7o3dyQvazSOe3VM/view?usp=sharing
CPU 1     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C2s1PBm9hmzNAv91Jrsk2ZiWGlvW14Va/view?usp=sharing

Here is the command line used   SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomxl  --cpu-threads 0 --pool loki.miner.rocks:5005 --wallet L7f9SMpr43wNERBxCngFyqMoJvkMax8xSitiJY335ra12ucbiEFzgqKfHJg1Q9y58RGMi3TyGvPC94e 6w3zYKK9i9PHmDDr  --cpu-threads

Finally I can't see documentation on how to use CPU affinity  and   --cpu-priority. Please can you add it?


Hi, first try removing the --cpu-threads 0 because that sets the number of threads to 1  ;D

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomxl --pool loki.miner.rocks:5005 --wallet L7f9SMpr43wNERBxCngFyqMoJvkMax8xSitiJY335ra12ucbiEFzgqKfHJg1Q9y58RGMi3TyGvPC94e6w3zYKK9i9PHmDDr

You can also try to find the best --cpu-threads by hand for your system.

--cpu-priority is just a number from 1-5, the higher the priority level of a process, the more will be its assigned processor time.
--cpu-affinity is a mask (can be used hex like 0x.... or just the decimal number). An affinity mask is a bit mask indicating what processor(s) a thread or process should be run on by the scheduler of an operating system.




Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: CjMapope on November 07, 2019, 06:19:19 PM
V0.1.5 beta

+ Added cpu algorithms : RandomX, RandomXL, RandomWow, RandomArq
+ Added cli parameters: --cpu-priority, --disable-huge-pages, --disable-hw-aes, --disable-numa
+ Added pool config parameter 'start_block_height' and --start-block-height cli parameter
+ Fixed a bug that limited the number of threads useable for cpu mining
+ Fixed cpu affinity parameter and thread/s binding to affinity mask
+ Where possible, now using huge pages if available, this should bring a slight performance increase
+ Removed OpenCL dependency if using only cpu miner
+ Added limited Overdrive8 support (adl type 3)

oh duuude, fuk ya!  going to roll this out to the CPUs and play with it right now, ill report back any issues that arise
im starting to get hyped for RandomX day by day, go'in get me a fancy 3900x, only 700 Beaverdollars, so crazy cheap
Thx for your work :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: EnglishGentleman on November 07, 2019, 10:51:30 PM

Hello Doktor


Thanks for the initiative. Single core performance on RandomXL seems good.  However there are some error messages thrown up and multi-core performance is poor at the moment. Can you help?  The test system is Dell R620 server with two Xeon E5-2620 V1 and 28 GBytes of RAM.

First the error messages:

Cannot bind database to node     Cannot bind cache to node   See https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o8AnMtIU3J9WstytBRktOa-L9f_C0BeN/view?usp=sharing

Cannot bind scratchpad to node    See https://drive.google.com/file/d/18G_bTBlkV3hUXC-D9X0sMrui1dSmjkFe/view?usp=sharing


The errors appear if I use the wizard to create the BAT file or make my own BAT file.

How can these errors be fixed please?

The performance issue seems to be that the second CPU is not utilised even though SRBMiner identifies 12 cores and 24 threads.

See pics from HWInfo of the two cores

CPU 0     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IhRbu9z1F1-DWaJpz7o3dyQvazSOe3VM/view?usp=sharing
CPU 1     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C2s1PBm9hmzNAv91Jrsk2ZiWGlvW14Va/view?usp=sharing

Here is the command line used   SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomxl  --cpu-threads 0 --pool loki.miner.rocks:5005 --wallet L7f9SMpr43wNERBxCngFyqMoJvkMax8xSitiJY335ra12ucbiEFzgqKfHJg1Q9y58RGMi3TyGvPC94e 6w3zYKK9i9PHmDDr  --cpu-threads

Finally I can't see documentation on how to use CPU affinity  and   --cpu-priority. Please can you add it?


Hi, first try removing the --cpu-threads 0 because that sets the number of threads to 1  ;D

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomxl --pool loki.miner.rocks:5005 --wallet L7f9SMpr43wNERBxCngFyqMoJvkMax8xSitiJY335ra12ucbiEFzgqKfHJg1Q9y58RGMi3TyGvPC94e6w3zYKK9i9PHmDDr

You can also try to find the best --cpu-threads by hand for your system.

--cpu-priority is just a number from 1-5, the higher the priority level of a process, the more will be its assigned processor time.
--cpu-affinity is a mask (can be used hex like 0x.... or just the decimal number). An affinity mask is a bit mask indicating what processor(s) a thread or process should be run on by the scheduler of an operating system.




Hello Doktor

I tried SRMMiner 0.1.5 on a 2 core Celeron machine. It worked first time on the RX.MINEXMR RandomX TestNet. No errors. I followed your instructions for enabling huge pages. That also worked. Performance was 7% higher than XMR-RIG. Great.

Thanks for the feedback about the Dell R620 server.   I started a fresh with your guided-setup.bat and used the RandomX testnet at RX.MINEXMR.

Unfortunately I got exactly the error codes as the first time + the second CPU is not being utilised.

I was able to utilise the second CPU by adding --cpu-affinity 0x555555 . That problem is solved. . Since the miner recognises all the threads and core automatically would it be possible to automatically set the miner up to use all CPUs?

Mining performance of SRBMiner 0-1-5 on RandomX at rx.minexmr.com was initially 92% of the hashrate achieved with XMRIG 4.5.0 Beta but when I ran it overnight hashrate exceeded XMRIG by 5%.  Not bad for your initial release.  I tried adding additional threads but it made no difference. Whereas XMRIG actually goes slower on these CPU when more than 1 thread per core is used.

The Celeron and the Dell R620 run Windows 10 Professional.

How about the binding errors? Do they matter? Perhaps additional performance could be achieved without these errors?

See links below. Thanks in advance for your help.

Screenshots of errors: Cannot bind to XXX errors
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Mo6NM_wMCjEEB1nyF6Z3OSuPw2XItVFi/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XnHKjVxDX7qkFwbjIudWVE_0CyJbtUJo/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pas-ckr-JiVyvtJfA0HktwfhyE0WTZgX/view?usp=sharing



FOOTNOTE

I also have an R9 Fury on the Celeron machine. When I run SRBMiner 0.1.5 in parallel with Claymore 15 mining ETH I got a small speed improvement of 0.8% on Claymore 15! Claymore reduced the performance of SRBMiner on RandomX by 15% when run in parallel.







Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: Marvell2 on November 07, 2019, 11:36:37 PM
whata the  performance on eaglesong on rx cards


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: Marvell2 on November 07, 2019, 11:37:47 PM
also can you ad sigma for gulden cpu algo @Doctur


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: tallman_ay on November 12, 2019, 02:44:16 AM
R u going to update your miner with the new randomx for GPUs


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 12, 2019, 12:28:50 PM
V0.1.6 beta

+ Fixed threads binding on systems with more than 1 numa node
+ Better auto configuration for cpu mining
+ Previous two fixes should bring higher hashrates
+ Added pool controlled algorithm switching capability (Monero Ocean)
+ Added pool config parameter "algo_min_time" and --algo-min-time to cli (Monero Ocean)
+ Added pool config parameter "keepalive" and --keepalive to cli


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: agavrilyk on November 12, 2019, 02:01:25 PM

Hello
Yes it's better but I have x4 Opteron 6234 48 threads.
When I load on 46 threads it can load only 24, I can use the utility to load on 46 but it should be done manually, or 2 miners on 24 threads.

[2019-11-12 16:56:18] OpenCL not found, gpu mining disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Windows version: 10.0 build 17763
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] NUMA binding: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] CPU x 4: AMDOpteron(TM) Processor 6234                  [L3:6144 KB][L2:2048 KB][L1:16 KB]
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Algorithm: randomarq
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] 24 CPU core/s - 48 threads available
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Using 46 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Connected to arqma.herominers.com:10641
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Initialising datasets & caches & vms
[2019-11-12 16:56:34] miner_result: CPU result 0xa5f5a6b7 accepted [44ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:37] miner_result: CPU result 0x5cb79005 accepted [45ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:38] miner_result: CPU result 0x8b5fc8c2 accepted [49ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:41] miner_result: CPU result 0xac85d39b accepted [43ms]

Notice I'm talking 46 threads, and he's 24 threads.
Thank you


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 12, 2019, 02:59:53 PM

Hello
Yes it's better but I have x4 Opteron 6234 48 threads.
When I load on 46 threads it can load only 24, I can use the utility to load on 46 but it should be done manually, or 2 miners on 24 threads.

[2019-11-12 16:56:18] OpenCL not found, gpu mining disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Windows version: 10.0 build 17763
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] NUMA binding: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] CPU x 4: AMDOpteron(TM) Processor 6234                  [L3:6144 KB][L2:2048 KB][L1:16 KB]
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Algorithm: randomarq
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] 24 CPU core/s - 48 threads available
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Using 46 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Connected to arqma.herominers.com:10641
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Initialising datasets & caches & vms
[2019-11-12 16:56:34] miner_result: CPU result 0xa5f5a6b7 accepted [44ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:37] miner_result: CPU result 0x5cb79005 accepted [45ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:38] miner_result: CPU result 0x8b5fc8c2 accepted [49ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:41] miner_result: CPU result 0xac85d39b accepted [43ms]

Notice I'm talking 46 threads, and he's 24 threads.
Thank you

Try adding :

for 48 threads

--cpu-threads 48 --cpu-affinity 0x0000FFFFFFFFFFFF

for 48 threads

--cpu-threads 46 --cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: dragonmike on November 12, 2019, 03:03:58 PM
This thread lacks highly important hashrate reports!...

Come on fellas, share your findings.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: agavrilyk on November 12, 2019, 03:16:26 PM

Hello
Yes it's better but I have x4 Opteron 6234 48 threads.
When I load on 46 threads it can load only 24, I can use the utility to load on 46 but it should be done manually, or 2 miners on 24 threads.

[2019-11-12 16:56:18] OpenCL not found, gpu mining disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Windows version: 10.0 build 17763
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] NUMA binding: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] CPU x 4: AMDOpteron(TM) Processor 6234                  [L3:6144 KB][L2:2048 KB][L1:16 KB]
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Algorithm: randomarq
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:18] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] 24 CPU core/s - 48 threads available
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Using 46 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Connected to arqma.herominers.com:10641
[2019-11-12 16:56:19] Initialising datasets & caches & vms
[2019-11-12 16:56:34] miner_result: CPU result 0xa5f5a6b7 accepted [44ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:37] miner_result: CPU result 0x5cb79005 accepted [45ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:38] miner_result: CPU result 0x8b5fc8c2 accepted [49ms]
[2019-11-12 16:56:41] miner_result: CPU result 0xac85d39b accepted [43ms]

Notice I'm talking 46 threads, and he's 24 threads.
Thank you

Try adding :

for 48 threads

--cpu-threads 48 --cpu-affinity 0x0000FFFFFFFFFFFF

for 48 threads

--cpu-threads 46 --cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF




After the add ---cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF  closes with such an error

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::out_of_range'
  what():  stoul
SEGFAULT ?

Shutting down miner...

Delete ---cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF, works on 24 threads


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 12, 2019, 03:32:33 PM
After the add ---cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF  closes with such an error

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::out_of_range'
  what():  stoul
SEGFAULT ?

Shutting down miner...

Delete ---cpu-affinity 0x00003FFFFFFFFFFF, works on 24 threads


Ouch, you found a bug, thanks :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 12, 2019, 04:17:44 PM
I fixed & re-uploaded, download again from github please :

https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases/tag/0.1.6

if you set the number of threads yourself, you should also set the coresponding affinity.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 12, 2019, 07:19:30 PM
This thread lacks highly important hashrate reports!...

Come on fellas, share your findings.

i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz @ 3 threads

RandomX: ~ 1490 h/s
RandomXL: ~ 1520 h/s
RandomWow: ~ 1815 h/s
RandomArq: ~ 7620 h/s

Celeron(R) CPU  J1800  @ 2.41GHz @ 1 thread  ;D

RandomXL: ~ 63 h/s
RandomWow: ~ 88 h/s


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: dragonmike on November 12, 2019, 10:03:53 PM
RX Vega 56@64, core clk @ 1500mhz

CKB: ~ 673 MH/s


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: agavrilyk on November 12, 2019, 10:07:53 PM
I fixed & re-uploaded, download again from github please :

https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases/tag/0.1.6

if you set the number of threads yourself, you should also set the coresponding affinity.

Thanks, it works

[2019-11-13 01:00:33] OpenCL not found, gpu mining disabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Windows version: 10.0 build 17763
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] NUMA binding: enabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] CPU x 4: AMDOpteron(TM) Processor 6234                  [L3:6144 KB][L2:2048 KB][L1:16 KB]
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Algorithm: randomarq
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 01:00:33] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] 24 CPU core/s - 48 threads available
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] Using 46 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] Connected to arqma.herominers.com:10641
[2019-11-13 01:00:34] Initialising datasets & caches & vms
[2019-11-13 01:00:49] miner_result: CPU result 0x5b39bde9 accepted [40ms]
[2019-11-13 01:00:50] miner_result: CPU result 0xab250bd9 accepted [41ms]
[2019-11-13 01:00:50] hashrate: CPU: 36.59 kH/s
[2019-11-13 01:00:50] hashrate: Total: 36.59 kH/s

and

[2019-11-13 00:03:36] OpenCL not found, gpu mining disabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Windows version: 10.0 build 17763
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] NUMA binding: enabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] CPU x 4: AMDOpteron(TM) Processor 6276                  [L3:6144 KB][L2:2048 KB][L1:16 KB]
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Algorithm: randomarq
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 00:03:36] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] 32 CPU core/s - 64 threads available
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] Using 62 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] Connected to arqma.herominers.com:10641
[2019-11-13 00:03:37] Initialising datasets & caches & vms
[2019-11-13 00:03:51] miner_result: CPU result 0xfa258410 accepted [43ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:51] miner_result: CPU result 0x348910c2 accepted [91ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:51] miner_result: CPU result 0xb0594aa9 accepted [48ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:51] hashrate: CPU: 48.06 kH/s
[2019-11-13 00:03:51] hashrate: Total: 48.06 kH/s
[2019-11-13 00:03:53] miner_result: CPU result 0xf76d8cb1 accepted [40ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:54] miner_result: CPU result 0xbd48e71c accepted [44ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:54] miner_result: CPU result 0xc2c4d6da accepted [41ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:54] miner_result: CPU result 0x05738cb1 accepted [53ms]
[2019-11-13 00:03:55] hashrate: CPU: 48.06 kH/s
[2019-11-13 00:03:55] hashrate: Total: 48.06 kH/s

But I donít  Windows version: 10.0 build 17763 but Windows Server 2019
Thanks you.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 13, 2019, 10:11:00 AM
Still need to improve the auto selection of best config for randomx  >:(


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: KolordZ on November 13, 2019, 09:00:24 PM
Hello @doktor83 !

This is my test... What a poor result as an i7-8750H :/


Code:
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Windows version: 10.0 build 18362
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM ) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz [L3:9216 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Algorithm: randomx
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Socket init done
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 0 bound to PU 0 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 1 bound to PU 2 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 2 bound to PU 4 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 3 bound to PU 6 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 4 bound to PU 8 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[0] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[1] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[2] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[3] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[4] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[5] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 5 bound to PU 10 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] 6 CPU core/s - 12 threads available
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Using 6 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Node 0 total memory: 5626 MB
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] json_send[201]: {"id":1,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"login","params":{"login":"4897Wc5pexE25twCvQ1bpyBEyMZCrdeARSFqfYQBtPfSD6FZrCW6L6zfAB6PnhJJdaVi2Q3r1AgcViBPrMoZGqRj6hhKLUC","pass":"x","agent":"SRBMiner-MULTI/0.1.6"}}
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] json_receive[412]: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":null,"result":{"id":"500772239118811","job":{"seed_hash":"3b901ea2f0f825a5d3cf7bc0a7e0f7faa8d6efc157c36256b3cc3398f3ee89c7","height":1341994,"blob":"0c0cf4d6b1ee05a4adb049ba70b7cc094b3e07b13933374c8bae270a141b22768c64b5f9ee605100000000dcaf44f9d65426de835141c45f46f13c10b6ed26e385467f9b6f435b34dbb72501","job_id":"899071441393928","target":"b2df0000","algo":"rx/0"},"status":"OK"}}
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Connected to rx.minexmr.com:4444
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2019-11-13 21:49:21] memory_manager: Allocated memory with huge page support [2129920 kB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:21] memory_manager: Allocated memory with huge page support [262144 kB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 5649 ms
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 0 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 1 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 1
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 2 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 2
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 3 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 3
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 4 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 4
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 5 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 5
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] New job received, block height 1341994
[2019-11-13 21:49:58] hashrate: CPU: 995.50 H/s
[2019-11-13 21:49:58] hashrate: Total: 995.50 H/s

I used your guided-setup", SRBMiner MULTI 0.1.6

I missed something ?

Thx for what you've done !


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.6 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 15, 2019, 07:41:51 PM
Hello @doktor83 !

This is my test... What a poor result as an i7-8750H :/


Code:
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Startup monitor attached
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Miner version: 0.1.6
[2019-11-13 21:49:19] Windows version: 10.0 build 18362
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM ) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz [L3:9216 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Algorithm: randomx
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Gpu mining: disabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Cpu mining: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Huge-pages: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] HW-Aes: available
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Socket init done
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Starting init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 0 bound to PU 0 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 1 bound to PU 2 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 2 bound to PU 4 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 3 bound to PU 6 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 4 bound to PU 8 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[0] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[1] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[2] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[3] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[4] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Thread[5] : CPU
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Finished init of worker threads
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU worker thread 5 bound to PU 10 on node 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Startup monitor detached
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] 6 CPU core/s - 12 threads available
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Using 6 threads for CPU mining
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Node 0 total memory: 5626 MB
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] CPU extension : SSE4.1 | AES
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Gpu-watchdog started [triggers after 5 rounds: 150 sec]
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] HTTP API disabled
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] json_send[201]: {"id":1,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"login","params":{"login":"4897Wc5pexE25twCvQ1bpyBEyMZCrdeARSFqfYQBtPfSD6FZrCW6L6zfAB6PnhJJdaVi2Q3r1AgcViBPrMoZGqRj6hhKLUC","pass":"x","agent":"SRBMiner-MULTI/0.1.6"}}
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] json_receive[412]: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":null,"result":{"id":"500772239118811","job":{"seed_hash":"3b901ea2f0f825a5d3cf7bc0a7e0f7faa8d6efc157c36256b3cc3398f3ee89c7","height":1341994,"blob":"0c0cf4d6b1ee05a4adb049ba70b7cc094b3e07b13933374c8bae270a141b22768c64b5f9ee605100000000dcaf44f9d65426de835141c45f46f13c10b6ed26e385467f9b6f435b34dbb72501","job_id":"899071441393928","target":"b2df0000","algo":"rx/0"},"status":"OK"}}
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Connected to rx.minexmr.com:4444
[2019-11-13 21:49:20] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2019-11-13 21:49:21] memory_manager: Allocated memory with huge page support [2129920 kB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:21] memory_manager: Allocated memory with huge page support [262144 kB]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 5649 ms
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 0 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 0
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 1 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 1
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 2 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 2
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 3 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 3
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 4 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 4
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Worker thread 5 allocated L3 scratchpad [HP]
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] Created VM for worker thread 5
[2019-11-13 21:49:26] New job received, block height 1341994
[2019-11-13 21:49:58] hashrate: CPU: 995.50 H/s
[2019-11-13 21:49:58] hashrate: Total: 995.50 H/s

I used your guided-setup", SRBMiner MULTI 0.1.6

I missed something ?

Thx for what you've done !

Hi, you could manually set the number of threads and the affinity, maybe it can get out more hash.
New version in a few days, it should have a better auto setup.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 18, 2019, 10:21:43 AM
V0.1.7 beta

+ Added 'm7mv2' algorithm (Magi coin - XMG)
+ Cpu auto configuration should be better than on previous versions
+ Added CPU data to API, also rearranged a few things in API
+ Console window 'Quick Edit' mode disabled on miner start, so users won't accidentally pause miner by clicking in the console window


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: dragonmike on November 18, 2019, 03:14:27 PM
Any hashrate indics for k12 on commonly used GPUs?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 18, 2019, 04:19:15 PM
Any hashrate indics for k12 on commonly used GPUs?

auto intensity settings, memory is not important for K12 i just benchmarked for you :

Rx560 [14 cu] 1170/1500 : ~340MHS
Vega56 [56 cu] 1450/940 : ~1700MHS


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: dragonmike on November 18, 2019, 05:16:05 PM
Any hashrate indics for k12 on commonly used GPUs?

auto intensity settings, memory is not important for K12 i just benchmarked for you :

Rx560 [14 cu] 1170/1500 : ~340MHS
Vega56 [56 cu] 1450/940 : ~1700MHS
Oh dear. That one's gone to the ASICs/FPGAs it seems.
$0.15/day per Vega... :P


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: KolordZ on November 18, 2019, 06:42:47 PM
Hi doktor83,

I am doing a lot of tests on CPU mining with RandomX algo.
I am using version 0.1.6 on a Fujitsu Primergy RX2560 M1 server.
I have two Intel XEON E5-2630 V3 @ 2.40GHZ 16 cores, 32 threads available

I would like to share my results with you and discuss about hyper-threading option.

1st test (WITH hyper-threading option enabled in BIOS, default option) :

- 16 cores, 32 threads available
SRB uses only 16 threads with auto config with a speed of 4400 Hr / s

1 in 2 thread is not used when analyzing processors activity.
I tried to play with the CPU Affinity and CPU Thread options but could not get better than 4400. If I force 32 threads (or 24, or 30) with the CPU threads option I get a ridiculous speed .

2nd test (WITHOUT hyper-threading option activated in the BIOS) :

- 16 cores, 16 threads available.
SRB uses 15 threads in auto setup. The speed increases a bit, 4900Hr / s

So I would like to know if you knew about it and if you intended to add in your code the hyper threading. If you do not plan to work on it maybe you could warn people not to use the hyper threading option to have a better Hr / S.
I think if hyper-threading option can be manage in SRB we can get maybe 1.6x more speed, what do you think ?

Thank you for your feedback on the subject :)

Nico


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: WhyMe on November 18, 2019, 08:23:11 PM
And what if you run 15 threads, with HT ?
For me 1.6x more speed is 60% more speed, not the case here, no ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: IncludeBeer on November 18, 2019, 08:37:51 PM
Some hash rates. I've got an i9-7980XE @~3.6ghz

M7Mv2:
SRB: 18 threads Ė ~272 kh/s, ~72% cpu usage, ~50mb RAM
Minerd (Wolf's): 18 threads Ė ~340 kh/s, ~66% cpu usage, ~4mb RAM


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: WhyMe on November 18, 2019, 08:43:08 PM
Testing RandomX.

1 thread or 12 threads, same message. What does that means ?

[2019-11-18 15:40:02] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory
[2019-11-18 15:40:06] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 5014 ms


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 18, 2019, 09:21:14 PM
Hi doktor83,

I am doing a lot of tests on CPU mining with RandomX algo.
I am using version 0.1.6 on a Fujitsu Primergy RX2560 M1 server.
I have two Intel XEON E5-2630 V3 @ 2.40GHZ 16 cores, 32 threads available

Hi, try 0.1.7 because it should better allocate threads, and let's talk then :)

Some hash rates. I've got an i9-7980XE @~3.6ghz

M7Mv2:
SRB: 18 threads Ė ~272 kh/s, ~72% cpu usage, ~50mb RAM
Minerd (Wolf's): 18 threads Ė ~340 kh/s, ~66% cpu usage, ~4mb RAM

What is the hashrate for 1 thread on both miners, can you test that?

Testing RandomX.

1 thread or 12 threads, same message. What does that means ?

[2019-11-18 15:40:02] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory
[2019-11-18 15:40:06] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 5014 ms

It means there are not enough free pages, i put a small text on first post + readme:

Quote
If you get "Insufficient system resources available to allocate X kB in large-page memory" message, that means you dont have enough FREE memory left, a computer restart should solve this.
Large-page memory regions may be difficult to obtain after the system has been running for a long time because the physical space for each large page must be contiguous, but the memory may have become fragmented.
If you still get this message even after restarting, try increasing virtual memory.


Xmrig displays this differently ( ' ..huge pages 75% 3/4.. ' ), but its probably not so scarry because users probably don't notice that  8)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: WhyMe on November 19, 2019, 01:23:41 PM
No other option than restart ? It's my server :D

EDIT

Result on my server ( without restart, so always with the ressource warning ) :

CPU0: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz [L3:12288 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
CPU1: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz [L3:12288 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]

With default settings ( using 12 threads ) :
1mn avg = 1636H/s
5mn avg = 1653H/s

Tried playing with --cpu-threads and --cpu-affinity, but no better result than with default settings :D

Very low result compared with KolordZ :(


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 19, 2019, 07:57:47 PM
No other option than restart ? It's my server :D

EDIT

Result on my server ( without restart, so always with the ressource warning ) :

CPU0: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz [L3:12288 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
CPU1: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz [L3:12288 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]

With default settings ( using 12 threads ) :
1mn avg = 1636H/s
5mn avg = 1653H/s

Tried playing with --cpu-threads and --cpu-affinity, but no better result than with default settings :D

Very low result compared with KolordZ :(

You can get 50+% more hashrate if using large pages :)

You tried --cpu-threads 12 --cpu-affinity 0xAAAAAA ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: WhyMe on November 19, 2019, 08:07:00 PM
With your mask, gives 1693H/s on 5mn avg


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: KolordZ on November 20, 2019, 10:22:07 AM
Hi doktor83,

I am doing a lot of tests on CPU mining with RandomX algo.
I am using version 0.1.6 on a Fujitsu Primergy RX2560 M1 server.
I have two Intel XEON E5-2630 V3 @ 2.40GHZ 16 cores, 32 threads available

Hi, try 0.1.7 because it should better allocate threads, and let's talk then :)


Hello @doktor83,

Some news with SRBMiner-MULTI 0.1.7 :

I use 2x Intel XEON E5-2630 V3 @ 2.40GHZ
16 cores, 32 threads available with Hyper-Threading

WITH Hyper-Threading option enabled :

https://zupimages.net/up/19/47/vmyq.png

- Only 50-55% processor activity
- Only 16 Threads used out of 32
- Around 4400Hr/s
- Can't get more with cpu-affinity and cpu-threads

WITHOUT Hyper-Threading option enabled :

https://zupimages.net/up/19/47/z2xe.png

- 100% processor activity
- 16 Threads used out of 16
- Around 4400Hr/s (less than previous version of SRBMiner MULTI 0.1.6 : 4900Hr/s)

-> Previous version used only 15 threads out of 16 in auto-config compare to 0.1.7

I use auto-config each time for doing tests :)

Nico



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 20, 2019, 11:48:17 AM

Hello @doktor83,

Some news with SRBMiner-MULTI 0.1.7 :

I use 2x Intel XEON E5-2630 V3 @ 2.40GHZ
16 cores, 32 threads available with Hyper-Threading

WITH Hyper-Threading option enabled :

https://zupimages.net/up/19/47/vmyq.png

- Only 50-55% processor activity
- Only 16 Threads used out of 32
- Around 4400Hr/s
- Can't get more with cpu-affinity and cpu-threads

WITHOUT Hyper-Threading option enabled :

https://zupimages.net/up/19/47/z2xe.png

- 100% processor activity
- 16 Threads used out of 16
- Around 4400Hr/s (less than previous version of SRBMiner MULTI 0.1.6 : 4900Hr/s)

-> Previous version used only 15 threads out of 16 in auto-config compare to 0.1.7

I use auto-config each time for doing tests :)

Nico


It is hard, or maybe not even  possible at all to make the auto config work good on every system with different cpu combinations.
Ver 0.1.7 does the threads & affinity calculation in auto mode based on available L3 cache sizes, where 0.1.6 was not . The logic used there was really poor  ;D

So you can set --cpu-threads 15 by hand, without affinity set at all with the HT off, and should get the 4900h/s again.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: SamaelDNM on November 20, 2019, 01:34:27 PM
very well, something like that was what I was looking for, what I see is an all-in-one, so I see it very sophisticated  :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: KolordZ on November 20, 2019, 02:11:59 PM

It is hard, or maybe not even  possible at all to make the auto config work good on every system with different cpu combinations.
Ver 0.1.7 does the threads & affinity calculation in auto mode based on available L3 cache sizes, where 0.1.6 was not . The logic used there was really poor  ;D

So you can set --cpu-threads 15 by hand, without affinity set at all with the HT off, and should get the 4900h/s again.

Yes, I could probably use --cpu-threads 15 without Hyper-Threading enabled to get the 4900h/s again, but this is not that I would like to know.

I would like to know how can we use the Hyper-Threading to get a better hashrate.

If we can get 4400h/s with H-T (Hyper-Threading) enabled and only 55% processor activity with 16 thread out of 32 we could probably get like 30 or 31 threads out of 32 and get like, 7000h/s (x1.6)

EDIT : with --cpu-threads 15 without H-T I have 4900h/s again

Nico


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 20, 2019, 04:03:37 PM

It is hard, or maybe not even  possible at all to make the auto config work good on every system with different cpu combinations.
Ver 0.1.7 does the threads & affinity calculation in auto mode based on available L3 cache sizes, where 0.1.6 was not . The logic used there was really poor  ;D

So you can set --cpu-threads 15 by hand, without affinity set at all with the HT off, and should get the 4900h/s again.

Yes, I could probably use --cpu-threads 15 without Hyper-Threading enabled to get the 4900h/s again, but this is not that I would like to know.

I would like to know how can we use the Hyper-Threading to get a better hashrate.

If we can get 4400h/s with H-T (Hyper-Threading) enabled and only 55% processor activity with 16 thread out of 32 we could probably get like 30 or 31 threads out of 32 and get like, 7000h/s (x1.6)

EDIT : with --cpu-threads 15 without H-T I have 4900h/s again

Nico

No because you are limited with the size of L3 and L2 caches.

But you can run Arqma on 32 threads probably :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: sech1 on November 21, 2019, 11:20:40 AM
Attention! There is currently a fishing attack going on: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5203276.0

Don't download anything from that topic! Topic starter deleted my warning there! Better report it to moderators!

You can report this on github too: https://github.com/contact/report-abuse?report=srb-miner+%28user%29


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 21, 2019, 12:29:49 PM
Attention! There is currently a fishing attack going on: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5203276.0

Don't download anything from that topic! Topic starter deleted my warning there! Better report it to moderators!

You can report this on github too: https://github.com/contact/report-abuse?report=srb-miner+%28user%29

Oh sh*t, thanks SChernykh, i will report it too right now


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: cikusa on November 21, 2019, 02:33:07 PM
Any plans on support Kadena(KDA) looks like variation of blake2s algo? There is no amd windows miner for it yet.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 21, 2019, 05:45:33 PM
Yes, when there will be a pool for it


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: Lafu on November 21, 2019, 06:52:14 PM
Would be nice if all users in here report the fake thread so it gets faster deleted and maybe the User nuked and banned.

@doktor83

Thanks for let me know about the User and posting in my thread .


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: rednoW on November 22, 2019, 06:06:05 PM
Hi, dok!

I was trying to use your new miner for Loki (randomxl) with just my ryzen 1600. gpu mining was disabled.
It gives good 3900h/s instead of xmrig 3300-3500 I was using before.
But suddenly I discovered some hashrate lose to only 30h/s.
Look on pool graph
https://i.imgur.com/d4Tlh4E.png
Income become lower too (comparing with xmrig I was using before).

Here is my config
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --cpu-threads 6 --cpu-affinity 0x555 --config-file Config\config-loki.txt --pools-file Pools\pools-loki.txt --log-file Logs\log-loki.txt

Al other is std.
I can provide log.
What can be the cause of the problem?



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on November 22, 2019, 06:36:06 PM
Hi, dok!

I was trying to use your new miner for Loki (randomxl) with just my ryzen 1600. gpu mining was disabled.
It gives good 3900h/s instead of xmrig 3300-3500 I was using before.
But suddenly I discovered some hashrate lose to only 30h/s.
Look on pool graph
https://i.imgur.com/d4Tlh4E.png
Income become lower too (comparing with xmrig I was using before).

Here is my config
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --cpu-threads 6 --cpu-affinity 0x555 --config-file Config\config-loki.txt --pools-file Pools\pools-loki.txt --log-file Logs\log-loki.txt

Al other is std.
I can provide log.
What can be the cause of the problem?



Wow that graph looks really bad, like you turned miner on & off, on & off.
Is this happening from the start, or it was ok then this happened?

Also which pool is this, and how long period?
What does the pool show for 24h avg hashrate?

Nothing wrong with the config, that could fix this  ;D
Can you send me the log on discord?

https://discord.gg/zXY23De


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.5 beta
Post by: keksik on November 23, 2019, 12:13:49 PM
whata the  performance on eaglesong on rx cards

i have aprox 350-370Mhs on RX 580 and 300-320Mhs on RX 570 using ethash settings. very bad in comparison with NVIDIA. not worth minnig ckb with amd now. also with nvidia card you can dual mine ethash + eaglesong.  with 40gpus getting like 12Ghs wich is 7usd/day.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: Turkish88 on December 02, 2019, 02:49:00 PM
Good day guys, how i see srb miner no more supports cryptonight algo.
What i can mine on my RX550 2G gpus?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 02, 2019, 05:56:30 PM
Good day guys, how i see srb miner no more supports cryptonight algo.
What i can mine on my RX550 2G gpus?

It does, the previous version SRBMiner-CN is there, you can use it.
Also if anything interesting comes in and it's CN based, i might consider adding it to this version (Multi).


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: Turkish88 on December 02, 2019, 06:00:54 PM
Thank you for replying.
I am start with k12


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.7 beta
Post by: G_M on December 02, 2019, 10:40:47 PM
Good day guys, how i see srb miner no more supports cryptonight algo.
What i can mine on my RX550 2G gpus?

It does, the previous version SRBMiner-CN is there, you can use it.
Also if anything interesting comes in and it's CN based, i might consider adding it to this version (Multi).

I hope so!
For me, the SRBMiner is the best CN algo miner on the hood. It would be nice to dual mining CN algo AMD CPU+GPU with this miner.
Keep it up! Very good work!



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 03, 2019, 05:49:22 AM
V0.1.8 beta

+ Added Kadena algorithm (pool mining only)
+ Added yespoweric algorithm (IsotopeC)
+ Added yespoweriots algorithm (IOTScoin)
+ Added yespower2b AVX support
+ Fixed nicehash protocol compatibility with rpc2
+ Miner now won't quit if not enough free RAM for an algorithm, it will just warn the user

Tip:
If you have AVX2 and miner can't detect it and uses SSE4.1 (you can see in log), try adding --force-cpu-extension avx2-aes to your .bat file

How to mine Kadena:

Create an address (public key + private key) here : https://pact.kadena.io
Enter an account name in the bottom right, click generate and it will create public key + private key.
You will use public key as your wallet address

SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm kadena --pool kda-us.icemining.ca:3700 --wallet public_key

Note: Kadena can be mined with CPU and GPU, but if you mine with both at the same time, GPU hashrate will drop!


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: wyzdic on December 03, 2019, 07:31:50 AM
EPYC 7601*2 auto set only 8K hashrate ???


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 03, 2019, 08:09:03 AM
EPYC 7601*2 auto set only 8K hashrate ???

Auto set is only a starting point from where you should start.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 03, 2019, 03:11:57 PM
Two new video tutorials :

How to mine Kadena coin (https://youtu.be/3ilq3bK_P4g)

How to mine Monero RandomX (https://youtu.be/WHaHXJl97hIl)



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: abg00 on December 03, 2019, 09:23:05 PM
Two new video tutorials :

How to mine Monero RandomX


gpu mining disable? why?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 04, 2019, 08:26:19 AM
Two new video tutorials :

How to mine Monero RandomX


gpu mining disable? why?

Because RandomX is cpu only algorithm


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: dazzmore on December 07, 2019, 05:23:57 AM
Hi Dok, what's the vega 56 settings for Kadena?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 07, 2019, 08:27:23 AM
Hi Dok, what's the vega 56 settings for Kadena?

27/64/1


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: tevador on December 07, 2019, 10:24:26 AM
I noticed that this miner internally uses the RandomX library (https://github.com/tevador/RandomX) without complying with the license terms.

Code:
Copyright (c) 2018-2019, tevador <tevador@gmail.com>

Copyright (c) 2014-2019, The Monero Project

All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
  notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
  notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
  documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the
  names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products
  derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

Please add the above text to the release archive of your miner.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 07, 2019, 11:19:23 AM
I noticed that this miner internally uses the RandomX library (https://github.com/tevador/RandomX) without complying with the license terms.

Please add the above text to the release archive of your miner.

I will add it to the readme.txt i provide with the miner, like i added for WinIO.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: dazzmore on December 07, 2019, 08:05:26 PM
Hi Dok, what's the vega 56 settings for Kadena?

27/64/1

Oh, do you know what clock speed/memory and voltage?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: WhyMe on December 11, 2019, 06:21:17 PM
Probably new attempt of shit virus here with copy/paste of your text : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5208697.new#new ...


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 13, 2019, 10:16:41 AM
Probably new attempt of shit virus here with copy/paste of your text : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5208697.new#new ...

Yeah, the guys user account got hacked. Idk why there's no 2FA added to the forum.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.8 beta
Post by: alexcrys1 on December 14, 2019, 08:37:22 AM
Probably new attempt of shit virus here with copy/paste of your text : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5208697.new#new ...

Yeah, the guys user account got hacked. Idk why there's no 2FA added to the forum.

why do you think it is not?

My acc. was hack like many others..and nothing happened ...they are afraid  ::)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.9 beta
Post by: doktor83 on December 16, 2019, 10:51:07 PM
V0.1.9 beta

+ Added RandomSFX algorithm (SafexCash)
+ RandomX algorithm/s improvements
+ Added RandomX algorithm/s extra tweak that can increase hashrate
+ Added parameter --disable-randomx-tweaks
+ Fixed K12 algorithm
+ --cpu-priority now affects main process too (not just worker threads)
+ default --cpu-priority is now 2 (below normal)
+ bug fixes
+ added license text to readme for RandomX and WinRing0


- Added RandomSFX for SafexCash (https://miningpoolstats.stream/safex) mining

- Following the trends : MSR registers values editing to control hw prefetching. Just run miner with administrator privileges, it should detect & set things automatically. RandomX algorithms only.
A big thanks to Sech1 and others who found this nice tweak.

- If you dont want to use the RandomX tweaking, run miner without administrator privileges or add --disable-randomx-tweaks to your start.bat


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: doktor83 on December 19, 2019, 03:34:20 PM
V0.2.0

+ Added RandomV algorithm (MoneroV)
+ Added --randomx-use-tweaks , to select the MSR tweak/s to apply
+ Added RandomX tweak support for Intel Core2 processors

About --randomx-use-tweaks

If miner starts crashing, or creates bad results after enabling the extra tweaks, you can try the '--randomx-use-tweaks' parameter, where you can define which tweak/s you want to enable.
Without this option miner enables all available tweaks (same as --randomx-use-tweaks 0123 for AMD, --randomx-use-tweaks 0 for Intel) , but with '--randomx-use-tweaks' you can define which ones you want to use.

There are at the moment :
Intel - 1 tweak
Amd - 4 tweaks

Index starts from 0, so you have 0 1 2 3 for options on AMD.

Here's an example :

+ Use tweaks number 0 and 3 (dont use 1 and 2)

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomx --pool your-pool-here --wallet your-wallet-here --password your-password-here --randomx-use-tweaks 03

The order of tweaks doesn't matter, so writing 03 is same as 30.

What you should do is to find which tweak, or combination of tweaks, makes the problems.
You should try enabling tweaks one by one, and test to see if miner runs stable with one tweak, and if it does, test the next one etc.
Luckily there are not so many combinations for you try (because 0123 is for example same as 3021 or 1302.. )

So start with :
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomx --pool your-pool-here --wallet your-wallet-here --password your-password-here --randomx-use-tweaks 0

If it runs without crashing for some time, try the next one :

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomx --pool your-pool-here --wallet your-wallet-here --password your-password-here --randomx-use-tweaks 1

and so on, until you find the one that makes the trouble.

Then try combining tweaks to find a combination that works for you.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: WhyMe on December 26, 2019, 04:16:15 PM
Hi dok, any possible work on cn/bbc ? https://github.com/bigbangcore


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: tvukoman on December 27, 2019, 09:42:36 PM
hi Doktor!

I'm back to your miner. Used to mine with GPU and SRBMiner.

Now GPU mine ETH, but i try CPU Core i3 8100 with multi randomx, (autoconfig) and have resulted with 1920 H/s on average.

Is it ok result for this cpu and algo, and is it some better profitable coin for cpu mining?

Please advice me, stuck with cryptonight algo coins for years, never look any other algo...

Keep up a good work!

txs


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: WhyMe on December 30, 2019, 03:49:49 AM
I'm curious to know how you try to detect that !?
https://i.imgur.com/8Y0pDA0.png

I'm doing nothing, miner switch between 3 pools because of pool problems.
The 3 pools are the same, only the port change.

EDIT1
Using bbc01.bbcpool.io

EDIT2
Same on another rig :(
https://i.imgur.com/haQC4Bh.png

And from what I see in my logs, miners have not been restarted in this period.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: doktor83 on December 30, 2019, 05:50:31 AM
Are you using some kind of a local proxy?

Edit: probably solved, one of the devfee pools could cause the trouble. Let's wait and see if it happens again.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: WhyMe on December 30, 2019, 03:15:37 PM
No proxy.
But we are just losing our time with this, bbc is just like a big joke ...


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: ManDoneKTM on January 02, 2020, 11:54:39 PM
Hey dok , how about defyx algo ? its cpu minable  ???


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: bigslimvdub on January 18, 2020, 09:05:00 PM
when CUDA support?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: doktor83 on January 19, 2020, 10:33:53 AM
when CUDA support?

never


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on January 20, 2020, 03:47:33 PM
V0.3.0

+ First version for Linux (Tested on Ubuntu 18.04)
+ Removed RandomV (MoneroV) algorithm
+ Added 'defyx' algorithm (Scala)
+ Added 'yespoweritc' algorithm (Intercoin)
+ Added 'cryptonight_catalans' algorithm (CatalansCoin)
+ Added 'cryptonight_talleo' algorithm (Talleo)
+ --randomx-use-tweaks accepts now values from 0-4, [ 0 - Intel, 0,1,2,3,4 - AMD ]
+ Added parameter 'worker' to pools config and cmd parameters -> defines worker name for RPC2
+ a lot of bug fixes

Finally a version for linux users too!
Still lacks a few options (like gpu temp etc monitoring), but it will be implemented.
I am expecting a lot of bugs, so if you have any bug reports don't hesitate :)

Defyx is ~100% faster than XLARig  ::)

Also for users who have issues with MSR mods + older Ryzens, try adding this to cmd :

Code:
--randomx-use-tweaks 0134


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.1 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on January 22, 2020, 10:22:48 AM
V0.3.1

+ Fixed ERROR 0x4002

Just a small fix, for some of you who were getting this error. Hopefully it is now fixed.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.1.0 beta
Post by: Herry Toms on January 22, 2020, 05:24:52 PM
Code:
New network launch

-MBCs (MicroBitcoin) which haven't been moved since hardfork will be burned. (There is approximately 2,700,000 BTC activated so far from the 525,001 block)
-Locking up the 50% of the premined contributors' MicroBitcoin. (Almost 5,000,000,000 MBC will be technically locked up until 2021.)
-Maximum Supply will be almost 61,000,000,000 MBC. It will be different according to the snapshot amount.
-Reward for first block of new network will be changed from 12,500 MBC to 5,500 MBC. And reward for each new block will be calculated using the function in the document below.
-To make network more reliable, prevent block spamming and create better fee market, block size will be decreased to 300kb.
-New PoW lgorithm - modified YesPower (sha256 replaced with blake2b)
 
You can read more about new network in following this post https://mbc.wiki/d/31-new-network-launch

Your new miner for rainforestv2 algorithm was perfect. But there is an update on the MBC.
Will you support the new algorithm for MicroBitcoin ?


Yes, i will. CPU miner will be ready, for GPU part i am not even sure that there will be one, as yespower is GPU unfriendly :)
What do you think mining RandomX coins with RagerX which can increase hashrate about 10%? Is it make sense.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.1 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on January 22, 2020, 06:02:28 PM
i dont understand the question, and the quote. Totally unrelated.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.1 Win & Linux
Post by: mtl1979 on January 22, 2020, 06:20:20 PM
SRBMiner 0.3.0 and 0.3.1 have very low performance when mining Talleo compared to xmrig and xmr-stak. When SRBMiner starts up, it overrides thread count specified on command-line, so it doesn't use correct number of threads. My processor doesn't support HyperThreading, but mining Talleo requires twice the number of cores for thread count as it has very small scratchpad size. For example 12 threads for 6 physical cores. Both xmr-stak and xmrig allow using multiple threads per physical core, but 2 threads per core is maximum usable for my processor.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.1 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on January 22, 2020, 07:25:42 PM
SRBMiner 0.3.0 and 0.3.1 have very low performance when mining Talleo compared to xmrig and xmr-stak. When SRBMiner starts up, it overrides thread count specified on command-line, so it doesn't use correct number of threads. My processor doesn't support HyperThreading, but mining Talleo requires twice the number of cores for thread count as it has very small scratchpad size. For example 12 threads for 6 physical cores. Both xmr-stak and xmrig allow using multiple threads per physical core, but 2 threads per core is maximum usable for my processor.

True, you can't use more threads than you have processing units in SRB. If this is the case what you say than starting two instances of SRB should solve this, but my guess is it won't.
I have a 4 core i5, and running 4+4 threads in separate instances is not helping, hashrate get's divided so at the end i have same hashrate as with 4 threads in one miner instance.

Also when setting the config in xmrig to :

Code:
"cn-pico": [[2, 0], [2, 1], [2, 2], [2, 3]]

It says : threads 4/4 (8) (my cpu has 4 cores / no ht), and hashrate is ~ same as in SRB with 4 threads.

Also tried

Code:
"cn-pico": [[2, 0], [2, 1], [2, 2], [2, 3], [2, 0], [2, 1], [2, 2], [2, 3]]

That is : threads 8/8 (16)

Hashrate is same as with first config.

I can't make it hash with much better performance, maybe im not doing something good?

Can you look in the log on the line that says 'CPU extension' ?

edit:
think i get it, you must have an amd cpu, there's no double main loop for it. So that's why you need to run x2 threads. So probably running 2 instances of miner solves this ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.2.0
Post by: bigslimvdub on January 24, 2020, 05:22:09 AM

Sad panda, you do good work


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.1 Win & Linux
Post by: mtl1979 on February 05, 2020, 07:45:02 AM
Can you look in the log on the line that says 'CPU extension' ?

edit:
think i get it, you must have an amd cpu, there's no double main loop for it. So that's why you need to run x2 threads. So probably running 2 instances of miner solves this ?

My processor is 3.7 GHz Intel i5-9600K with 9 MB L3 cache, 256 kB L2 cache, 32 kB L1 cache and 6 cores with no HyperThreading. Log says it supports ASM and AES.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 12, 2020, 05:33:33 PM
V0.3.2

+ Added algorithm 'bl2bsha3' (Handshake (HNS) coin - 6block.com pool only)
+ RandomX fixes
+ Added '--gpu-platform' parameter to cmd config, and 'gpu_platform' to configuration files to force opencl platform
+ Added '--randomx-use-1gb-pages' parameter to config, whiche enables 1GB sized page files if supported by CPU
+ When reading pools or algorithms configuration file, if invalid entry found it will be just skipped

- Jump on mining HNS before the FPGA's do! Fee is 3% atm.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.2 Win & Linux
Post by: alucard20724 on February 13, 2020, 02:12:00 AM
V0.3.2

+ Added algorithm 'bl2bsha3' (Handshake (HNS) coin - 6block.com pool only)
+ RandomX fixes
+ Added '--gpu-platform' parameter to cmd config, and 'gpu_platform' to configuration files to force opencl platform
+ Added '--randomx-use-1gb-pages' parameter to config, whiche enables 1GB sized page files if supported by CPU
+ When reading pools or algorithms configuration file, if invalid entry found it will be just skipped

- Jump on mining HNS before the FPGA's do! Fee is 3% atm.


Are you working on adding support for Navi?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 13, 2020, 08:55:23 AM
Next release will work on 5700 with HNS, but performance is.. funny


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 13, 2020, 11:45:13 AM
V0.3.3

+ Hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3' algorithm (~ 10-15% )
+ Added support for Navi (gfx1010) cards for 'bl2bsha3' (let's just say it works)
+ Added possibility to set difficulty for 'bl2bsha3' . Just enter it in the pool password field.
+ Miner can be now used on pools other than 6block if they implement the same stratum protocol as 6block

- If you set 6block pool difficulty too low, your shares will get rejected by the pool

Here's a quick video on how to mine Handshake coin :

How to mine Handshake coin (https://youtu.be/RqOPVXSMEOM)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: angelbbs on February 13, 2020, 03:17:44 PM
D:\mining\SRBMiner-Multi-0-3-3\>SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --help
[2020-02-13 18:16:55] NAUGHTY

WTF???


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 13, 2020, 04:54:42 PM
D:\mining\SRBMiner-Multi-0-3-3\>SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --help
[2020-02-13 18:16:55] NAUGHTY

WTF???

Either you are running in VM, or have installed something that miner doesnt like you to have installed. (like some debugger etc..)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: killer0000001 on February 14, 2020, 08:05:30 AM
good miner,update so fast


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: lankymanx on February 15, 2020, 03:09:55 PM
Hello,

Please can somebody assist me with the --benchmarkalgos option.
I have tried it and it said it could not find an algos.txt file . I then went to the folder i found a file called algos-examples.txt which i renamed.
Reran the command now it asks for a pool.txt file.
I dont understand why this is a headache to run benchmarks.

cpuminer has a benchmark option and it tests every algo, no need to add parameters for pools or addresses or algos.

How do i go ahead and benchmark the algos for SRBMiner ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: freedom777 on February 15, 2020, 06:03:46 PM
V0.3.3

+ Hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3' algorithm (~ 10-15% )
+ Added support for Navi (gfx1010) cards for 'bl2bsha3' (let's just say it works)
+ Added possibility to set difficulty for 'bl2bsha3' . Just enter it in the pool password field.
+ Miner can be now used on pools other than 6block if they implement the same stratum protocol as 6block

- If you set 6block pool difficulty too low, your shares will get rejected by the pool

Here's a quick video on how to mine Handshake coin :

How to mine Handshake coin (https://youtu.be/RqOPVXSMEOM)


 Hi! I have strange problem on two rigs(other rigs not have this problem). The miner doesnít show the hashrate at all, it hasnít shown it for a day and I donít know which hash it works with so far. Hot keys like "h" or "s" also do not work. But the miner himself sends the shares and works. What wrong and how to solve this problem?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: freedom777 on February 16, 2020, 11:15:24 AM
Another rig with the same problem(already the third). How to solve this?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 16, 2020, 01:52:23 PM
Hello,

Please can somebody assist me with the --benchmarkalgos option.
I have tried it and it said it could not find an algos.txt file . I then went to the folder i found a file called algos-examples.txt which i renamed.
Reran the command now it asks for a pool.txt file.
I dont understand why this is a headache to run benchmarks.

cpuminer has a benchmark option and it tests every algo, no need to add parameters for pools or addresses or algos.

How do i go ahead and benchmark the algos for SRBMiner ?

There is no --benchmarkalgos parameter in SRBMiner-Multi


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 16, 2020, 01:53:31 PM
Hi! I have strange problem on two rigs(other rigs not have this problem). The miner doesnít show the hashrate at all, it hasnít shown it for a day and I donít know which hash it works with so far. Hot keys like "h" or "s" also do not work. But the miner himself sends the shares and works. What wrong and how to solve this problem?

This is indeed strange, because it should display the hashrate every 2 minutes automatically.
Have you tried.. restarting it ? Also is it on Windows or Linux ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: freedom777 on February 16, 2020, 10:00:12 PM
Hi! I have strange problem on two rigs(other rigs not have this problem). The miner doesnít show the hashrate at all, it hasnít shown it for a day and I donít know which hash it works with so far. Hot keys like "h" or "s" also do not work. But the miner himself sends the shares and works. What wrong and how to solve this problem?

This is indeed strange, because it should display the hashrate every 2 minutes automatically.
Have you tried.. restarting it ? Also is it on Windows or Linux ?


Of course  tried and even rebooted the system. Windows 10 is everywhere. 7 rigs work fine but three have these problems and I donít know what to do with it.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 17, 2020, 05:45:14 AM
If mining HANDSHAKE and you suddenly got miner show all rejected shares, dont worry they are not rejected. Pool changed the message they send back to the miner on successful/rejected shares, and now miner thinks it rejected, but in reality it isnt. You should verify this by having a hashrate displayed on your 6block account on their dashboard


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 17, 2020, 09:02:06 AM
V0.3.4
+ Fixed share accepted/rejected display issue with 6block pool (HNS)
+ Fixed miner auto restarting issue on Linux
+ Tiny hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3' with some GPU's


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.4 Win & Linux
Post by: Cryptoqrcode on February 19, 2020, 01:41:11 PM
SRBMiner (https://cryptocurrency-miner.com/srbminer-multi-miner-0-2-0/) great miner!


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.4 Win & Linux
Post by: VasilyS on February 19, 2020, 03:43:47 PM
Latest release is a good solution for Handshake mining. RX580 gives (https://www.cryptoprofi.info/?p=5533) about 140-150 mh/s. If HNS coin will have such a price next days it will be favourite crypto for miners.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.5 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 20, 2020, 12:52:51 PM
V0.3.5
+ Added 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm (BigBangCore) - DevFee 2.5%
+ Lowered devfee for 'bl2bsha3' to 2%
+ Some gpu's might get a tiny hashrate increase on 'bl2bsha3'
+ Gpu sensors now available in Linux
+ --adl-disable parameter now available in Linux
+ --shutdown-temperature parameter (shutdown_temperature in config) now available in Linux
+ --gpu-off-temperature parameter (off_temperature in config) now available in Linux
+ Removed option to set difficulty for 'bl2bsha3' in password field
+ Removed notification for 6block stratum compatibility
+ Possibly fixed a bug where miner shows it's hashing (always shows exactly same hashrate), but gpu's are stalled


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.5 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on February 22, 2020, 07:36:58 AM
Is "Large Pages" L2 or L3 cache?

Quote
CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz [L3:6144 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.3.5
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Algorithm               : randomsfx
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-02-22 09:32:50] Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found
[2020-02-22 09:32:50] RandomX MSR tweaking disabled. Unknown error happened.
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] 4 CPU core/s - 4 thread/s detected
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Using 3 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 26, 2020, 10:44:44 AM
V0.3.6
+ 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm updated (active from block 133060)
+ Added '--enable-opencl-cleanup' parameter to enable OpenCL resources freeing on miner exit/restart (default is disabled because it can hang miner if driver crashed)

- BigBangCore changed algorithm again, and this time it is much better on GPU. To be able to mine it you need to have a verified wallet on their official pool ( http://bbc01.bbcpool.io/ )


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on February 27, 2020, 07:08:44 AM
@doktor83

Hi, what about my question? ^^


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 27, 2020, 07:22:37 AM
@doktor83

Hi, what about my question? ^^

Oh, a little googling could help you there, but let me answer then : large (or huge) pages is neither L2 or L3 cache.
When you download SRBMiner for windows theres a folder 'Docs' where you can find Enable-Huge-Pages.txt file, which explains how you can enable large pages on windows.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 27, 2020, 07:25:12 AM
Here's a video tutorial on how to mine Scala XLA with SRBMiner.
It is 3x profitable than mining it with the official miner.

https://youtu.be/8mta1ztnDs0 (https://youtu.be/8mta1ztnDs0)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on February 28, 2020, 07:20:19 AM
@doktor83

Hi, what about my question? ^^

Oh, a little googling could help you there, but let me answer then : large (or huge) pages is neither L2 or L3 cache.
When you download SRBMiner for windows theres a folder 'Docs' where you can find Enable-Huge-Pages.txt file, which explains how you can enable large pages on windows.

Yes, i know how to enable huge pages. My question was about this debug output:

Quote
CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz [L3:6144 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.3.5
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Algorithm               : randomsfx
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-02-22 09:32:50] Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found
[2020-02-22 09:32:50] RandomX MSR tweaking disabled. Unknown error happened.
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] 4 CPU core/s - 4 thread/s detected
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Using 3 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory

Last line means SRBMiner can work with huge pages only on AMD Zen platform?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on February 28, 2020, 12:47:47 PM

Quote
CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz [L3:6144 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.3.5
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Algorithm               : randomsfx
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-02-22 09:32:50] Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found
[2020-02-22 09:32:50] RandomX MSR tweaking disabled. Unknown error happened.
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] 4 CPU core/s - 4 thread/s detected
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Using 3 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2020-02-22 09:32:51] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory

Last line means SRBMiner can work with huge pages only on AMD Zen platform?

It just means that Windows could not allocate 2+ GB in large page area , so basically a computer restart solves this :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.6 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on February 29, 2020, 08:28:00 AM
No, restart not solve the problem. This error at least few months old =)

https://i.imgur.com/DlMTs6X.png


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 01, 2020, 09:46:18 PM
V0.3.7
+ 'kadena' algorithm huge hashrate increase
+ Added 'gpu_' prefix to GPU related parameters in config file : gpu_intensity, gpu_raw_intensity, gpu_worksize, gpu_threads, gpu_tweak_profile, gpu_target_temperature, gpu_shutdown_temperature, gpu_off_temperature. 'gpu_conf' parameters naming stays the same.
+ Added new parameters in config file : cpu_threads, cpu_affinity, cpu_priority
+ Renamed 'pool_use_tls' in pool configuration file to 'tls'

- Kadena algo is now again profitable to mine with GPU (at least for some time), so try it out!

- From this version i added the gpu_ prefix to all parameters in configuration file that are related to GPU, and used outside gpu_conf. Parameters inside 'gpu_conf' stayed the same.

- Also added possibility to set basic CPU parameters in configuration file ( cpu_threads, cpu_affinity, cpu_priority )


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.7 Win & Linux
Post by: Mashy81 on March 02, 2020, 10:28:38 AM
V0.3.7
+ 'kadena' algorithm huge hashrate increase
+ Added 'gpu_' prefix to GPU related parameters in config file : gpu_intensity, gpu_raw_intensity, gpu_worksize, gpu_threads, gpu_tweak_profile, gpu_target_temperature, gpu_shutdown_temperature, gpu_off_temperature. 'gpu_conf' parameters naming stays the same.
+ Added new parameters in config file : cpu_threads, cpu_affinity, cpu_priority
+ Renamed 'pool_use_tls' in pool configuration file to 'tls'

- Kadena algo is now again profitable to mine with GPU (at least for some time), so try it out!

- From this version i added the gpu_ prefix to all parameters in configuration file that are related to GPU, and used outside gpu_conf. Parameters inside 'gpu_conf' stayed the same.

- Also added possibility to set basic CPU parameters in configuration file ( cpu_threads, cpu_affinity, cpu_priority )


Do we have some numbers for kadena?
Rx570 or vega 56/64
Unfortunately not able to test for a few days


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.8 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 02, 2020, 10:33:15 AM
V0.3.8
+ Hashrate increased even more on 'kadena' algorithm, and at the same time lowered power usage
+ Small hashrate increase on 'yescrypt' CPU algorithms
+ Minor bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 02, 2020, 10:34:26 AM
Do we have some numbers for kadena?
Rx570 or vega 56/64
Unfortunately not able to test for a few days

Very core clock dependent, but you should get around 6.4 - 6.5 Ghs on Vega64 for example


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI CPU & AMD GPU Miner 0.3.9 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 09, 2020, 10:29:44 AM
V0.3.9

+ Miner now works on older linux distributions ( Ubuntu 16.04 - glibc2.23 )
+ Small hashrate increase on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm for some GPU's
+ Yescrypt algorithms hashrate increase on CPU if miner run with administrator/root privilege
+ Fixed GPU sensors reading on Linux
+ Fixed a bug that sometimes stopped hashing when connected to the pool after a long reconnect period
+ Renamed '--disable-randomx-tweaks' parameter to '--disable-msr-tweaks', '--disable-tweaking' to '--disable-gpu-tweaking', and '--randomx-use-tweaks' to '--msr-use-tweaks'
+ Minor bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 10, 2020, 11:10:07 AM
V0.4.0

+ Added algorithm 'randomkeva' (Keva coin upcoming algorithm)
+ Added Navi support for 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm
+ Much better auto setup for RX 4xx/5xx 8G cards on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.0 Win & Linux
Post by: focuslight514 on March 10, 2020, 06:29:17 PM
Can v0.4.0 support Navi 5700xt ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.1 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on March 24, 2020, 05:46:43 PM
V0.4.1

+ Added CPU algorithm 'minotaur' (Ring coin)
+ Added CPU algorithm 'yespowerres' (Resistance coin)
+ 2-4% faster 'cryptonight_bbc' on some GPU's
+ Minor bug fixes

Also added 2 new video tutorials:

How to mine Ring coin (https://youtu.be/hZkgEvlIhBU)
How to mine Resistance coin (https://youtu.be/pzvSHLOszJc)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on April 04, 2020, 03:47:08 PM
V0.4.2

+ Improvements for 4G Ellesmere cards on 'cryptonight_bbc' algorithm
+ Small improvements on 'yespower' CPU algorithms
+ Added parameters 'disable_cpu' and 'disable_gpu' in configuration file
+ Fixed 'handshake' algorithm mining on nicehash
+ Algoswitching now reconnects back to main pool when it gets available
+ Minor bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on April 11, 2020, 12:36:24 PM
V0.4.3

+ Added 'tellor' algorithm (trb.uupool.cn compatible stratum)
+ Improvements on 'minotaur' algorithm
+ Guided setup fixed & simplified

- Added 'tellor' (TRB) algorithm for uupool.cn compatible stratum pools. I tried to contact hashpool.com so i could make their pool compatible too, but could not find any ways to do it (no discord, not answering on email).

- Previous version introduced 'disable_cpu' and 'disable_gpu' parameters for use in configuration files.
Because of that, mixing of cmd parameters '--disable-cpu', '--disable-gpu' and configuration files isn't working as before.
Now you should use only one method : either cmd parameters completely, or configuration files, don't mix them.

Guided setup in previous version created a mixed batch file (i forgot to fix that), now it creates only cmd parameters, and not configuration files.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.3 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on April 15, 2020, 07:00:41 AM
CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz [L3:6144 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.4.3

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'r' to reload pools
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Algorithm               : randomx
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-04-15 09:49:25] MSR tweaking disabled. Unknown error happened.
[2020-04-15 09:49:26] 4 CPU core/s - 4 thread/s detected
[2020-04-15 09:49:26] Using 1 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-04-15 09:49:27] Connected to pool.italo.network:3333
[2020-04-15 09:49:27] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2020-04-15 09:49:27] Insufficient system resources available to allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory
[2020-04-15 09:49:35] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 8289 ms
[2020-04-15 09:49:35] Difficulty changed to 12000.00000000
[2020-04-15 09:49:35] New job received [828487983558489]
[2020-04-15 09:49:45] CPU result accepted [144ms]
[2020-04-15 09:49:57] CPU result accepted [142ms]
[2020-04-15 09:50:14] CPU result accepted [142ms]
[2020-04-15 09:50:35] CPU result accepted [145ms]
[2020-04-15 09:50:59] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:51:16] New job received [622546136832359]
[2020-04-15 09:51:55] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:52:05] CPU result accepted [145ms]
[2020-04-15 09:52:29] CPU  :    426.01 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:52:29] Total:    426.01 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:52:45] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:53:17] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:54:52] New job received [529298544134839]
[2020-04-15 09:55:31] CPU  :    373.72 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:55:31] Total:    373.72 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:56:11] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:57:30] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:57:41] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:01] New job received [575862330203432]
[2020-04-15 09:58:21] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:35] CPU  :    410.19 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:58:35] Total:    410.19 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:58:38] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:40] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on April 15, 2020, 01:36:35 PM
[2020-04-15 09:56:11] CPU result accepted [143ms]
[2020-04-15 09:57:30] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:57:41] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:01] New job received [575862330203432]
[2020-04-15 09:58:21] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:35] CPU  :    410.19 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:58:35] Total:    410.19 H/s
[2020-04-15 09:58:38] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]
[2020-04-15 09:58:40] CPU result rejected [rejected share: invalid result]

Is it always like this after few minutes, or ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 09, 2020, 05:28:33 PM
V0.4.4

+ added 'ethash' algorithm
+ added 'ubqhash' algorithm
+ added parameter '--esm' to set ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy)
+ added parameter 'esm' to pools config (ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy))
+ added parameter '--enable-ethash-leak-fix' which tries to workaround AMD driver memory leak when recreating DAG
+ fixed algo switching and tweak_profiles miner freeze bug
+ --gpu-tweak-profile option can now be used with auto gpu setup in cmd


I'm a little too late with adding ethash right ? :)

If you have a Navi based gpu then you will be happy because SRB is now probably the fastest ETHASH and UBQHASH miner on those (RX 5500/5600/5700 supported).
All this thanks to Wolf9466.

Of course Vega56/64, RX4xx/5xx also work, but since the stuff is written in OpenCL, and not in ASM as in other ETHASH miners, your hashrate can/will be lower.
In this case 'tweak_profile' parameter can be your good friend.

4GB cards will probably work a few epochs longer than on other miners.

Oh and Ethash works with nicehash and their weird protocols.



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 09, 2020, 06:36:34 PM
Here's a short tutorial on how :

Mine BBC on CNPool.cc, when the mining port closes, switch to mining Ethereum on Beepool.org, and when BBC pool becomes again available, automatically switch back to it

1. Rename algorithms_example.txt to algorithms.txt

2. Create start-algoswitch.bat containing : (windows)

Code:
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

@echo off

SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --config-file Config\config-cryptonight-bbc.txt --pools-file Pools\autoswitch.txt

3. Go in Pools folder and create autoswitch.txt containing :

Code:
{
"pools" :
[
{
"pool" : "pool.bbc.cnpool.cc:33589",
"wallet" : "put-your-bbc-wallet-here",
"password" : "x",
"algorithm": "cryptonight_bbc",
"worker": "bbc-worker-name"
},
{
"pool" : "eth-pool.beepool.org:9530",
"wallet" : "put-your-ethereum-wallet-here",
"password" : "x",
"algorithm": "ethash",
"worker": "eth-worker-name"
}
]
}

4. Run start-algoswitch.bat and don't change pool manually! It is very important to leave miner trying to reconnect when pool get's unavailable. It will automatically switch to Beepool after a few tries.
If you switch pool's manually, miner will not try to reconnect back to main pool (cnpool)!

You can do this with any algorithm combination, i used BBC/ETH because they are the most profitable at the moment.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: big_daddy on May 09, 2020, 08:14:28 PM
~

Hey Doc,

is this setup possible to run on simplemining also? I was just looking for a dual mining option that is profitable, nowdays it's very difficult to find one


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: fenomenyaa on May 09, 2020, 09:41:00 PM
V0.4.4

+ added 'ethash' algorithm
+ added 'ubqhash' algorithm
+ added parameter '--esm' to set ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy)
+ added parameter 'esm' to pools config (ethash/ubqhash stratum mode for pool (0 - eth-proxy, 1 - miner-proxy))
+ added parameter '--enable-ethash-leak-fix' which tries to workaround AMD driver memory leak when recreating DAG
+ fixed algo switching and tweak_profiles miner freeze bug
+ --gpu-tweak-profile option can now be used with auto gpu setup in cmd


I'm a little too late with adding ethash right ? :)

If you have a Navi based gpu then you will be happy because SRB is now probably the fastest ETHASH and UBQHASH miner on those (RX 5500/5600/5700 supported).
All this thanks to Wolf9466.

Of course Vega56/64, RX4xx/5xx also work, but since the stuff is written in OpenCL, and not in ASM as in other ETHASH miners, your hashrate can/will be lower.
In this case 'tweak_profile' parameter can be your good friend.

4GB cards will probably work a few epochs longer than on other miners.

Oh and Ethash works with nicehash and their weird protocols.


What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 10, 2020, 04:51:55 AM
~

Hey Doc,

is this setup possible to run on simplemining also? I was just looking for a dual mining option that is profitable, nowdays it's very difficult to find one

This is not dual mining, it is an auto-switch-back to the main pool when it gets available (because BBC works this way - when quota is exhausted pool closes port), but until then miner mines on a different algorithm, better than just trying to reconnect to the pool )


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 10, 2020, 05:02:23 AM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: abg00 on May 10, 2020, 05:01:00 PM
lot of reject share on nice

Pool            : daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353
Connected since : 2020-05-10 19:20:17
Pool Difficulty : 1.000000
Pool latency    : ~ 48 ms


Shares
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted        : 22 [75.9%]
Total           : 29
Avg find time   : 83 sec

1  min. avg     : 55.74 MH/s
5  min. avg     : 55.23 MH/s
15 min. avg     : 55.25 MH/s
Max. speed      : 58.23 MH/s

Pool Errors
-----------
[2]             : Job not found.
[5]             : Share above target.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: abg00 on May 10, 2020, 05:48:55 PM
check on test rig
clay rate 31.3 mh
this miner rate 29.8 same as phoenix
power same as claymore

in additional
job not found on dag switch




Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 10, 2020, 06:02:51 PM
lot of reject share on nice

Pool            : daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353
Connected since : 2020-05-10 19:20:17
Pool Difficulty : 1.000000
Pool latency    : ~ 48 ms


Shares
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Accepted        : 22 [75.9%]
Total           : 29
Avg find time   : 83 sec

1  min. avg     : 55.74 MH/s
5  min. avg     : 55.23 MH/s
15 min. avg     : 55.25 MH/s
Max. speed      : 58.23 MH/s

Pool Errors
-----------
[2]             : Job not found.
[5]             : Share above target.


Take back on intensity or overclocking, you are producing bad shares (share above target).


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: abg00 on May 10, 2020, 06:51:11 PM
Take back on intensity or overclocking, you are producing bad shares (share above target).

intensity default
overclocking same as claymore and phoenix and work fine with better hr\power wihout bad shares

stat from claymore miner

ETH - Total Speed: 373.770 Mh/s, Total Shares: 132(6+10+18+7+7+12+9+16+14+11+10+12), Rejected: 1(0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+1+0+0+0), Time: 00:44
ETH: GPU0 30.484 Mh/s, GPU1 31.325 Mh/s, GPU2 31.294 Mh/s, GPU3 31.325 Mh/s, GPU4 30.800 Mh/s, GPU5 31.336 Mh/s, GPU6 31.281 Mh/s, GPU7 31.268 Mh/s, GPU8 30.813 Mh/s, GPU9 31.250 Mh/s, GPU10 31.333 Mh/s, GPU11 31.259 Mh/s
Incorrect ETH shares: GPU0 1
1 minute average ETH total speed: 373.612 Mh/s
Pool switches: ETH - 0
Pool shares accepting time (1 hour stats) - min 31 ms, max 375 ms, average 58 ms
Current ETH share target: 0x000000007fff8000 (diff: 8590MH), epoch 0(1.00GB)




Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on May 11, 2020, 08:47:52 AM
Here's a short tutorial on how :

Mine BBC on CNPool.cc, when the mining port closes, switch to mining Ethereum on Beepool.org, and when BBC pool becomes again available, automatically switch back to it

1. Rename algorithms_example.txt to algorithms.txt

2. Create start-algoswitch.bat containing : (windows)

Code:
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

@echo off

SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --config-file Config\config-cryptonight-bbc.txt --pools-file Pools\autoswitch.txt

3. Go in Pools folder and create autoswitch.txt containing :

Code:
{
"pools" :
[
{
"pool" : "pool.bbc.cnpool.cc:33589",
"wallet" : "put-your-bbc-wallet-here",
"password" : "x",
"algorithm": "cryptonight_bbc",
"worker": "bbc-worker-name"
},
{
"pool" : "eth-pool.beepool.org:9530",
"wallet" : "put-your-ethereum-wallet-here",
"password" : "x",
"algorithm": "ethash",
"worker": "eth-worker-name"
}
]
}

4. Run start-algoswitch.bat and don't change pool manually! It is very important to leave miner trying to reconnect when pool get's unavailable. It will automatically switch to Beepool after a few tries.
If you switch pool's manually, miner will not try to reconnect back to main pool (cnpool)!

You can do this with any algorithm combination, i used BBC/ETH because they are the most profitable at the moment.

Good job! Can you take a look to progpow092 algo and epic cash coin?
It work with 3 algos - cuckaroo, progpow092 and randomX.
Will be very good if you add auto switch for progpow092 and ethash (for now this work only in one miner  - TT-miner for nvidia).


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on May 11, 2020, 08:51:21 AM
And one more thing - i found some strange thing with srbminer-multi (currently only tested with RandomSFX algo), when my miner window is minimized then hashrate is double or tripple less then miner window is restored/focused. Is it possible?
P.S. Windows 10, Ryzen 5 1600.

Quote
-- restored window --
[2020-05-11 10:26:58] CPU result accepted [138ms]
[2020-05-11 10:27:01] CPU result accepted [122ms]
[2020-05-11 10:27:01] CPU  :    2803.46 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:27:01] Total:    2803.46 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:27:22] CPU result accepted [131ms]
[2020-05-11 10:27:39] CPU  :    2782.93 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:27:39] Total:    2782.93 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:28:24] CPU result accepted [139ms]
[2020-05-11 10:28:25] Difficulty changed to 22088.00000000
[2020-05-11 10:28:25] New job received [427354024], block height 444422
-- minimized window --
[2020-05-11 10:28:29] CPU result accepted [123ms]
[2020-05-11 10:28:42] CPU result accepted [87ms]
[2020-05-11 10:28:46] CPU result accepted [122ms]
[2020-05-11 10:28:49] CPU result accepted [120ms]
[2020-05-11 10:28:58] CPU result accepted [84ms]
[2020-05-11 10:29:01] CPU result accepted [122ms]
[2020-05-11 10:29:34] CPU result accepted [129ms]
[2020-05-11 10:30:04] CPU result accepted [82ms]
[2020-05-11 10:30:09] CPU result accepted [121ms]
[2020-05-11 10:30:09] CPU result accepted [298ms]
[2020-05-11 10:30:37] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:30:39] CPU  :    1401.59 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:30:39] Total:    1401.59 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:30:59] CPU result accepted [85ms]
[2020-05-11 10:31:07] CPU result accepted [82ms]
[2020-05-11 10:31:38] CPU result accepted [85ms]
[2020-05-11 10:32:11] CPU result accepted [115ms]
.................
[2020-05-11 10:42:25] New job received [469159754], block height 444428
[2020-05-11 10:42:28] CPU result accepted [85ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:33] New job received [689554317], block height 444429
[2020-05-11 10:42:39] CPU result accepted [84ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:39] CPU  :    1378.88 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:42:39] Total:    1378.88 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:42:44] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:49] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:51] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:57] CPU result accepted [83ms]
[2020-05-11 10:42:57] New job received [861821654], block height 444430
[2020-05-11 10:43:22] CPU result accepted [126ms]
[2020-05-11 10:43:40] CPU result accepted [80ms]
[2020-05-11 10:43:41] CPU result accepted [117ms]
[2020-05-11 10:43:42] CPU result accepted [90ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:02] CPU result accepted [118ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:06] CPU result accepted [103ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:10] New job received [956063922], block height 444431
[2020-05-11 10:44:11] CPU result accepted [82ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:27] CPU result accepted [83ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:31] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:35] CPU result accepted [120ms]
[2020-05-11 10:44:36] CPU result accepted [89ms]
-- restored window --
[2020-05-11 10:44:46] New job received [153163839], block height 444432
[2020-05-11 10:44:59] CPU result accepted [81ms]
[2020-05-11 10:45:02] CPU result accepted [82ms]
[2020-05-11 10:45:23] CPU result accepted [83ms]
[2020-05-11 10:45:39] CPU  :    2062.76 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:45:39] Total:    2062.76 H/s
[2020-05-11 10:45:41] CPU result accepted [80ms]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: fenomenyaa on May 11, 2020, 08:03:18 PM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs
Hi Doc,
just tried SRB :55.7 PM:57.3 in miner  screen, 5700 non XT 1400 core 930 mem


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 04:34:19 AM
intensity default
overclocking same as claymore and phoenix and work fine with better hr\power wihout bad shares

I am not validating shares before sending them to the pool, probably that's the 'bad shares'. Next release will fix this.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 04:38:40 AM
And one more thing - i found some strange thing with srbminer-multi (currently only tested with RandomSFX algo), when my miner window is minimized then hashrate is double or tripple less then miner window is restored/focused. Is it possible?

It is probably related to cpu priority, by default it is set to 'below normal'. Try setting it to above normal (--cpu-priority 4 if using cmd parameters, or cpu_priority 4 in config file)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 04:39:44 AM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs
Hi Doc,
just tried SRB :55.7 PM:57.3 in miner  screen, 5700 non XT 1400 core 930 mem

Did you use default settings ? Because defaults are set too low (intensity 22), 24-25 should be a good value.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: xMindx163 on May 12, 2020, 04:24:17 PM
-- gpu-intensity 23 (and others) does not apply (Windows, console). And if I have parallel mining on the processor (by another miner), the hashrate falls. However, xmrig has the lowest priority in the configuration.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: fenomenyaa on May 12, 2020, 04:34:56 PM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs
Hi Doc,
just tried SRB :55.7 PM:57.3 in miner  screen, 5700 non XT 1400 core 930 mem

Did you use default settings ? Because defaults are set too low (intensity 22), 24-25 should be a good value.
Changed intensity in config file same result on win10
Code:
{
"algorithm" : "ethash",
"disable_cpu" : true,
"disable_gpu" : false,
"intensity" : 24,
}


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 05:13:15 PM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs
Hi Doc,
just tried SRB :55.7 PM:57.3 in miner  screen, 5700 non XT 1400 core 930 mem

Did you use default settings ? Because defaults are set too low (intensity 22), 24-25 should be a good value.
Changed intensity in config file same result on win10
Code:
{
"algorithm" : "ethash",
"disable_cpu" : true,
"disable_gpu" : false,
"intensity" : 24,
}

It's not "intensity" anymore, now it is "gpu_intensity"


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: fenomenyaa on May 12, 2020, 05:36:52 PM
What's typical hash for rx5700 in this miner ?

It depends how you modded your card, but 5700 xt can do around 59mhs
Hi Doc,
just tried SRB :55.7 PM:57.3 in miner  screen, 5700 non XT 1400 core 930 mem

Did you use default settings ? Because defaults are set too low (intensity 22), 24-25 should be a good value.
Changed intensity in config file same result on win10
Code:
{
"algorithm" : "ethash",
"disable_cpu" : true,
"disable_gpu" : false,
"intensity" : 24,
}

It's not "intensity" anymore, now it is "gpu_intensity"
fixed. 56.2mh with intensity 25 according to miner stats.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 05:39:39 PM
-- gpu-intensity 23 (and others) does not apply (Windows, console). And if I have parallel mining on the processor (by another miner), the hashrate falls. However, xmrig has the lowest priority in the configuration.

If you want to manually set the gpu's you must use all mandatory parameters (--gpu-id, --gpu-intensity or --gpu-raw-intensity, --gpu-worksize and --gpu-threads)

So:

Code:
--gpu-id 0 --gpu-intensity 23 --gpu-worksize 64 --gpu-threads 1

Next release won't have this requirement


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 12, 2020, 05:46:26 PM
fixed. 56.2mh with intensity 25 according to miner stats.

We know that PM shows hashrate by ~2% higher than it really is, so you are now hashing approx with same speed as with PM.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 31, 2020, 05:22:04 AM
V0.4.5

+ Added 'randomepic' algorithm (EpicCash RandomX) solo/pool
+ 'ethash' and 'ubqhash' algorithm faster ~1.5% on Vega
+ 'RandomX' algorithm improvements
+ Fixed allocation of 'RandomX' dataset for 1Gb pages (--randomx-use-1gb-pages parameter)
+ Fixed an issue with MSR tweaks not being applied correctly
+ Lowered 'minotaur' algorithm devfee to 2%
+ Fixed crashing of 'minotaur' algorithm on AVX2 capable cpu's
+ '--send-stales' is now set per pool, it accepts true/false. Default is true.
+ 'send_stales' parameter added to pools config file too
+ '--gpu-intensity' option can now be used in combination with auto gpu setup in cmd
+ Improved gpu watchdog
+ Added temporary parameter '--cnpool-bbc-fix' which disables workers if job diff >= 50
+ Minor bug fixes

- When mining 'randomepic' miner workers will stop when jobs are not randomx.

- Found a bug that was here from the beginning of randomx addition, where MSR tweaks were applied incorrectly, so the hashrate was lower than it could be.

- '--send-stales' and send_stales parameters now accept a bool (true, false) and are now set per pool. Some pools accept stales while others don't, with this parameter you can control to which pool you want to send/not send shares that miner thinks are stale. Default is true, it means stale shares are sent if this parameter is not set to false.

- added parameter '--cnpool-bbc-fix' on request of cnpool.cc operator. If this parameter is used miner will stop workers when a job diff >= 50 received.

- Now you can use '--gpu-intensity' parameter alone, and miner will set the rest parameters for you automatically.

Example :

1. Set same intensity to every gpu:
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm ethash --gpu-intensity 24 --disable-cpu --pool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 --wallet 0x74fb183Dfa951A9dC8C6de5ae4E1A8587fa6f371

2. Set different intensities (4 gpu's in rig):
Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm ethash --gpu-intensity 24,23,23,25 --disable-cpu --pool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 --wallet 0x74fb183Dfa951A9dC8C6de5ae4E1A8587fa6f371

Also from previous version the '--gpu-tweak-profile' parameter works the same, so it can be applied without setting the rest of the gpu parameters.

Example:

1. Apply intensity 24 to every gpu and set tweak-profile 5 to them

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm ethash --gpu-intensity 24 --gpu-tweak-profile 5 --disable-cpu --pool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 --wallet 0x74fb183Dfa951A9dC8C6de5ae4E1A8587fa6f371


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on May 31, 2020, 09:00:33 AM
Hi Doktor, can we dual mine Epic and other RandomX coin while Epic RandomX is idle?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on May 31, 2020, 07:04:41 PM
Hi Doktor, can we dual mine Epic and other RandomX coin while Epic RandomX is idle?

No, it's not working that way, sorry.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: Iamtutut on May 31, 2020, 09:00:08 PM
Has someone reported hashrate for a Ryzen 3600 (Random-X XMR) with this miner ? Just caught the thread, haven't read the whole content.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: abg00 on June 03, 2020, 09:44:27 AM
Quote from: doktor83


what amd driver version for eth mining?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.5 Win & Linux
Post by: FloppyPurpleGherkin on June 03, 2020, 11:37:22 AM
Hi, Any plans to add KAWPOW (RVN) algo to your AMD miner?

Cheers


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on June 04, 2020, 09:09:04 AM
V0.4.6

+ Fixed 'defyx' algorithm on Intel CPU's (previous version broke it)
+ Hashrate stats (pressing 'h') now shows current hashing speed of CPU, and not the 10 second average
+ Lowered pool reconnection time to 15 sec
+ Added parameter '--gpu-ethash-mode' to cmd parameters
+ Added parameter 'gpu_ethash_mode' to config parameters
+ Added parameter 'ethash_mode' to gpu_conf parameters
+ Added parameter '--disable-cpu-auto-affinity'

- parameter ethash mode, if set to 1, will allow for a little more memory allocation of DAG on the GPU, so if you are really on the edge of the limit, this could help you mine with normal speed for few more epochs. The bad thing is, if your gpu is on pcie 1.0 (riser) then the DAG creation time will be very high, rx580 is about 50 minutes. Also you should only use it with Ethereum, because the devfee is mining ETH, so imagine if you mine ETC , it takes 50 minutes to created DAG, and then on devfee mining again 50 minutes to create DAG for ETH..

- parameter --disable-cpu-auto-affinity turns off the automatic affinity setting, and leaves that to the OS to manage.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.6 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on June 06, 2020, 08:20:51 AM
Hi, Doktor. Any plans to add dual mining for RandomEpic/ProgPow for epic coin?
Another question - if i have one card with 8gb and other with 4gb can miner use first card 8gb memory
for DAG so second card with 4gb memory can continue mine eth after dag size >=4 gb?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on June 08, 2020, 05:18:14 AM
Hi, Doktor. Any plans to add dual mining for RandomEpic/ProgPow for epic coin?
Another question - if i have one card with 8gb and other with 4gb can miner use first card 8gb memory
for DAG so second card with 4gb memory can continue mine eth after dag size >=4 gb?

Hi, no dual mining is in plan at the moment.
And no, what you would like with the 8g-4g is not possible :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.6 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on June 08, 2020, 07:32:35 AM
Thank you for answers. How about to add cuckaroo/cuckatoo algos for cpu (grin/epic have some ocl and cpu plugins) and gpu?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on June 15, 2020, 05:08:31 AM
V0.4.7

+ Removed devfee for 'blake2s', 'mtp', 'keccak', 'yespoweritc', 'm7mv2', 'cryptonight_catalans', 'cryptonight_talleo' algorithms
+ Lowered 'bl2bsha3' devfee to standard fee (~0.85%)
+ Fixed 'randomx' algorithm when running on 64+ threads
+ Fixed config parameter "cpu_affinity"

- Now you get even more 0% devfee algorithms
- Thanks to @Zorg33 (https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/issues/10 (https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/issues/10)) managed to fix 'randomx' too low hashrate when running with 64+ threads
- "cpu_affinity" parameter in configuration file was not working, now it is fixed


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.6 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on June 15, 2020, 05:20:25 AM
Thank you for answers. How about to add cuckaroo/cuckatoo algos for cpu (grin/epic have some ocl and cpu plugins) and gpu?


Hi, not atm, but maybe once in the future. There are a lot of other algorithms i would like to add too :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on June 22, 2020, 07:53:26 PM
Is it possible to mine tellor now? Coz uupool no more support tellor coin.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on June 23, 2020, 05:27:41 AM
Is it possible to mine tellor now? Coz uupool no more support tellor coin.

Then not possible. I tried to contact hashpool but never got a response. That's the reason why only uupool was supported. I will try to contact him again.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on June 23, 2020, 06:53:30 AM
Thank you. How about to add dual mining ETH+HNS/Eaglesong/blake2s/blake2b/keccak/BTM/Sha3Solidity and how about X17R algo?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: bigslimvdub on July 03, 2020, 07:21:13 PM
Is SRB still functional for Aeon K12? I do not have AMD to test with.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on July 16, 2020, 07:43:12 PM
SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4

Haven algorithm updated and ready for the fork. You can start using it now, it will auto-switch after fork

https://mega.nz/folder/qVIgxAwB#kKmgCDICmQwbdVvMb-tAag (https://mega.nz/folder/qVIgxAwB#kKmgCDICmQwbdVvMb-tAag)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: Acex29 on July 21, 2020, 08:41:04 AM
SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4

Haven algorithm updated and ready for the fork. You can start using it now, it will auto-switch after fork

https://mega.nz/folder/qVIgxAwB#kKmgCDICmQwbdVvMb-tAag (https://mega.nz/folder/qVIgxAwB#kKmgCDICmQwbdVvMb-tAag)
cool, great update


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on July 23, 2020, 08:05:27 AM
Hi, Doktor83! Will you plan to fix RandomX Huge/Large pages allocation for Intel I5 processors windows 7?
Coz it not work.

Code:
CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz [L3:6144 KB][L2:256 KB][L1:32 KB]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Algorithm               : randomx
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-07-23 11:01:07] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
Quote
[2020-07-23 11:01:07] Couldn't allocate 2129920 kB in large-page memory. Using slower allocation
Code:
[2020-07-23 11:01:15] Dataset & Cache & VM initialized in 7709 ms


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on July 24, 2020, 06:22:02 AM
Hi, Doktor83! Will you plan to fix RandomX Huge/Large pages allocation for Intel I5 processors windows 7?
Coz it not work.

There is nothing to fix specifically for that processor or win7, miner uses windows mechanisms to allocate mem in huge pages, so it should work same with every cpu :)
First make sure you have enough RAM (4gb for example), and that you tried to run miner after computer restart, so that there are still free pages available for miner to allocate.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on July 24, 2020, 11:23:52 AM
I have 8Gb RAM, try run it right after computer restart - same result.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: SCF0 on July 30, 2020, 12:52:02 PM
After upgrading to SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4 I get CL_COMPILE_PROGRAM_FAILURE on a Radeon 290 and the miner exits afterwards. With 1.9.3 everything worked fine. I tried to mine Haven but when I try to run other algorithms I get the same error on 1.9.4. I use the 20.4.2 WHQL driver on Windows 10 if that matters.

Oh and I replied here as the update was announced here. I wonder if discussion regarding SRBMiner-CN should rather go to its own thread.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on August 06, 2020, 05:52:55 AM
If you think i'm wrong about miner, just for example XMRigCC:

Intel core i5:

Code:
* ABOUT        XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz (1) x64 AES
                  L2:1.0 MB L3:6.0 MB 4C/4T NUMA:1
* DONATE       1%
* ASSEMBLY     auto:intel
* POOL #1      ********** algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 08:44:58.286] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.202]  net  use daemon ********* TLSv1.2 ***********
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.206]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "f4fa3fae42315e4ad55027451ececc9768d2b7403e5a8ef859dd1ab83df9a152"
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.208]  net  new job from ******** target 0000054899c39bd5 algo rx/0 height 119123
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.211]  msr  service WinRing0_1_2_0 is already exists
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.215]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (4 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.685]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) huge pages 0% 0/1168 +JIT (468 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.523]  rx   dataset ready (7836 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.524]  cpu  use profile  *  (1 thread) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.526]  cpu  READY threads 1/1 (1) huge pages 100% 1/1 memory 2048 KB (1 ms)

and even old Intel Xeon E5520 (which even not support intel optimization):

Code:
* ABOUT      XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5520 @ 2.27GHz (1) x64 -AES
                  L2:1.0 MB L3:8.0 MB 4C/8T NUMA:1
* DONATE    1%
* ASSEMBLY   auto:none
* POOL #1    ********* algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 08:40:56.331] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.269]  net  use daemon ******** TLSv1.2 ***********
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.271]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "f4fa3fae42315e4ad55027451ececc9768d2b7403e5a8ef859dd1ab83df9a152"
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.272]  net  new job from ********** target 0000054899c39bd5 algo rx/0 height 119123
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.282]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (8 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.375]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) huge pages 0% 0/1168 +JIT (90 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.746]  rx   dataset ready (13367 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.748]  cpu  use profile  rx/0  (2 threads) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.800]  cpu  READY threads 2/2 (2) huge pages 100% 2/2 memory 4096 KB (50 ms)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: yadacoin.io on August 06, 2020, 06:09:41 AM
YadaCoin may be interested in integrating our algo into your miner. We're a RandomX variant. Is it possible for our coin to be integrated into your main release?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 06, 2020, 06:42:10 AM
If you think i'm wrong about miner, just for example XMRigCC:

Intel core i5:

Code:
* ABOUT        XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670 CPU @ 3.40GHz (1) x64 AES
                  L2:1.0 MB L3:6.0 MB 4C/4T NUMA:1
* DONATE       1%
* ASSEMBLY     auto:intel
* POOL #1      ********** algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 08:44:58.286] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.202]  net  use daemon ********* TLSv1.2 ***********
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.206]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "f4fa3fae42315e4ad55027451ececc9768d2b7403e5a8ef859dd1ab83df9a152"
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.208]  net  new job from ******** target 0000054899c39bd5 algo rx/0 height 119123
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.211]  msr  service WinRing0_1_2_0 is already exists
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.215]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (4 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 08:44:59.685]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) [b]huge pages 0% 0/1168[/b] +JIT (468 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.523]  rx   dataset ready (7836 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.524]  cpu  use profile  *  (1 thread) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 08:45:07.526]  cpu  READY threads 1/1 (1) huge pages 100% 1/1 memory 2048 KB (1 ms)

and even old Intel Xeon E5520 (which even not support intel optimization):

Code:
* ABOUT      XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5520 @ 2.27GHz (1) x64 -AES
                  L2:1.0 MB L3:8.0 MB 4C/8T NUMA:1
* DONATE    1%
* ASSEMBLY   auto:none
* POOL #1    ********* algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 08:40:56.331] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.269]  net  use daemon ******** TLSv1.2 ***********
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.271]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "f4fa3fae42315e4ad55027451ececc9768d2b7403e5a8ef859dd1ab83df9a152"
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.272]  net  new job from ********** target 0000054899c39bd5 algo rx/0 height 119123
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.282]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (8 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 08:40:57.375]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) [b]huge pages 0% 0/1168[/b] +JIT (90 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.746]  rx   dataset ready (13367 ms)
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.748]  cpu  use profile  rx/0  (2 threads) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 08:41:10.800]  cpu  READY threads 2/2 (2) huge pages 100% 2/2 memory 4096 KB (50 ms)

Sorry but you are wrong, you can see in the log you pasted that xmrig also isn't allocating the dataset in huge pages ( huge pages 0% 0/1168 ). It should be huge pages 100% 1168/1168.
Like you see lower there : READY threads 2/2 (2) huge pages 100% 2/2 that the scratchpad for the threads was allocated in HP.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 06, 2020, 07:01:19 AM
YadaCoin may be interested in integrating our algo into your miner. We're a RandomX variant. Is it possible for our coin to be integrated into your main release?

Hi, can you give me a link to your github so i can see the changes you made with RX ? Also is there a stratum pool for your coin ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on August 06, 2020, 01:22:16 PM
I will not argue with you about allocated or not in huge(large) pages, but XMRigCC hashing 2x times faster then SRBminer on this processors, so looks like it use huge pages.

This is how log looks on Intel Celeron without enough L3 cache size:

Code:
* ABOUT        XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz (1) x64 -AES
                   L2:2.0 MB L3:0.0 MB 4C/4T NUMA:1
* DONATE       1%
* ASSEMBLY     auto:none
* POOL #1      ********* algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 17:10:29.950] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.777]  net  use daemon ************ TLSv1.2 *************
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.780]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "***************************"
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.781]  net  new job from ******** target 000009375d366e6c algo rx/0 height 119187
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.784]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (4 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.791]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) huge pages 0% 0/1168 +JIT (4 ms)
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.601]  rx   dataset ready (23806 ms)
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.604]  cpu  use profile  rx/0  (2 threads) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.647]  cpu  READY threads 2/2 (2) huge pages 0% 0/2 memory 4096 KB (40 ms)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: yadacoin.io on August 06, 2020, 05:53:15 PM
YadaCoin may be interested in integrating our algo into your miner. We're a RandomX variant. Is it possible for our coin to be integrated into your main release?

Hi, can you give me a link to your github so i can see the changes you made with RX ? Also is there a stratum pool for your coin ?

Our changes:
https://github.com/tevador/RandomX/compare/7567cef4c6192fb5356bbdd7db802be77be0439b...575d33f8620557e0b2cd0069d09a19a43f4aaede#diff-9e23bd2bad82d05cb017e4933a8c7b66

We have not implemented a stratum pool yet. Is it required? If so, we can make it happen.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 07, 2020, 05:46:23 AM
I will not argue with you about allocated or not in huge(large) pages, but XMRigCC hashing 2x times faster then SRBminer on this processors, so looks like it use huge pages.

This is how log looks on Intel Celeron without enough L3 cache size:

Code:
* ABOUT        XMRigCC/2.7.0  gcc/10.1.0 (RELEASE)
* LIBS         libuv/1.38.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1g hwloc/2.2.0
* HUGE PAGES   permission granted
* CPU          Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz (1) x64 -AES
                   L2:2.0 MB L3:0.0 MB 4C/4T NUMA:1
* DONATE       1%
* ASSEMBLY     auto:none
* POOL #1      ********* algo rx/0
* COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume, quit
[2020-08-06 17:10:29.950] CC feature is disabled.
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.777]  net  use daemon ************ TLSv1.2 *************
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.780]  net  fingerprint (SHA-256): "***************************"
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.781]  net  new job from ******** target 000009375d366e6c algo rx/0 height 119187
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.784]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (4 threads) seed 4181a493b397a733...
[2020-08-06 17:10:30.791]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) huge pages 0% 0/1168 +JIT (4 ms)
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.601]  rx   dataset ready (23806 ms)
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.604]  cpu  use profile  rx/0  (2 threads) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-08-06 17:10:54.647]  cpu  READY threads 2/2 (2) huge pages 0% 0/2 memory 4096 KB (40 ms)

Maybe hashes 2x faster but still the dataset is not allocated in huge pages. ( huge pages 0% 0/1168 )

Look how that line  should look when dataset is allocated successfully in HP mem.

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fdl.dropboxusercontent.com%2Fs%2Fh5lp1dsl2lorjtr%2FXMRIG.png%3Fdl%3D0&t=616&c=D_L1Mnq6cUriUw


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 07, 2020, 05:47:27 AM
YadaCoin may be interested in integrating our algo into your miner. We're a RandomX variant. Is it possible for our coin to be integrated into your main release?

Hi, can you give me a link to your github so i can see the changes you made with RX ? Also is there a stratum pool for your coin ?

Our changes:
https://github.com/tevador/RandomX/compare/7567cef4c6192fb5356bbdd7db802be77be0439b...575d33f8620557e0b2cd0069d09a19a43f4aaede#diff-9e23bd2bad82d05cb017e4933a8c7b66

We have not implemented a stratum pool yet. Is it required? If so, we can make it happen.

If you want to attract more miners then yes, and my miner doesn't support solo mining, only stratum :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: VictorGT on August 07, 2020, 01:48:51 PM
Hi doktor83,

Scala (XLA) changes mining algorithm a week ago. No more Defyx, now is Panthera algo.

May you want to update your miner?. SRBminer was really faster than official miner on Defyx  :D.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 07, 2020, 06:50:25 PM
Hi doktor83,

Scala (XLA) changes mining algorithm a week ago. No more Defyx, now is Panthera algo.

May you want to update your miner?. SRBminer was really faster than official miner on Defyx  :D.

Next release will contain the change (but its ~ same speed as xlarig unfortunately) and also a ton of new stuff. Just need a few more weeks  8)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: VictorGT on August 07, 2020, 09:21:00 PM
Great. I will like a lot to test beta version if you need betatesters  :D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: SCF0 on August 20, 2020, 11:45:50 AM
doktor83,

sorry for bugging once again, but please respond to the issue about SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4 I reported here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5190081.msg54900572#msg54900572

SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4 is still the fastest option on some CN altcoins that are somewhat viable on older hardware so it would be sad to lose this option.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: yadacoin.io on August 21, 2020, 09:30:19 AM
Looks like a great miner. We might be interested in integrating our coin with your miner.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on August 22, 2020, 05:35:20 AM
doktor83,

sorry for bugging once again, but please respond to the issue about SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4 I reported here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5190081.msg54900572#msg54900572

SRBMiner-CN 1.9.4 is still the fastest option on some CN altcoins that are somewhat viable on older hardware so it would be sad to lose this option.

Hi, sorry i missed your message.
1.9.4 is just a quick patch for Haven, and yes i probably screw up some things.. Im not maintaining the CN version anymore, just wanted to give an option for XHV miners who want to continue using SRBMiner.
For all the rest algorithms just use 1.9.3 version.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.4.7 Win & Linux
Post by: SCF0 on August 31, 2020, 02:46:05 PM
Hi, sorry i missed your message.
1.9.4 is just a quick patch for Haven, and yes i probably screw up some things.. Im not maintaining the CN version anymore, just wanted to give an option for XHV miners who want to continue using SRBMiner.
For all the rest algorithms just use 1.9.3 version.
No worries.

That's what I assumed as well. The question is, since it was just a quick patch, how much work would it be for you to get it working on those older GCN cards again? Some of them would still be viable in XHV, especially with cheap power.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 06, 2020, 12:43:20 PM
V0.5.0

+ Now supporting real MULTI ALGORITHM mining, you can mine up to 4 algorithms at the same time
+ Changed API and WEB stats to be compatible with the new multi algorithm mining functionality
+ Added GPU auto tune functionality
+ A lot of changes in configuration parameters and the way you define them (check Help folder)
+ Updated algorithm 'defyx' to 'panthera'
+ Updated algorithm 'tellor' to work on tellorpool.org, and removed devfee
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_ccx'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_xhv'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_gpu'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_upx'
+ Added algorithm 'cryptonight_heavyx'
+ Added algorithm 'verushash'
+ Added new parameters '--gpu-auto-tune', '--multi-algorithm-job-mode', '--cpu-threads-intensity', '--gpu-auto-intensity', '--gpu-cn-mode'
+ Parameter '--gpu-ethash-mode' now has a new mode : 3
+ A lot of bug fixes

You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.

Also for you guys that mine Ethash with 4GB gpu's, i added --gpu-ethash-mode 3 (it should be auto used if possible), which needs you to have 1 8GB AMD gpu and at least 5GB of system RAM.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: alucard20724 on September 07, 2020, 12:01:49 AM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.   


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 04:04:36 AM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.   


Yes, it's ! now, check the examples folder it contains a bunch of good examples :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: alucard20724 on September 07, 2020, 05:12:35 AM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.  


Yes, it's ! now, check the examples folder it contains a bunch of good examples :)

Is there a chance to add the "," back?   it's just the "!" is non-standard and not used in any other miners... that i know of.    the "!" makes it more difficult for multi-miners that used multiple programs.

Also, do you now support NAVI on all gpu algo?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 06:49:59 AM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.  


Yes, it's ! now, check the examples folder it contains a bunch of good examples :)

Is there a chance to add the "," back?   it's just the "!" is non-standard and not used in any other miners... that i know of.    the "!" makes it more difficult for multi-miners that used multiple programs.

Also, do you now support NAVI on all gpu algo?

I had to use a 'non standard' character because of the password field for example, which is used on a lot of pools to pass additional data, and they are comma separated.
That's why i chose ; and ! because those are not used (probably) in wallet address, pool url, password field etc..
Also wanted it to be same for every parameter and not leave comma for gpu-id for example but use ! on others..

Hopefully software that uses SRB will adapt to the new format.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 07, 2020, 10:23:14 AM
Thank you for dual mining!

Can you please add ProgPowEpic for dual mining?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 11:38:08 AM
Thank you for dual mining!

Can you please add ProgPowEpic for dual mining?

Sorry but no, not worth my time.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 07, 2020, 12:11:41 PM
Ok i see, maybe you will change your mind in time. PPOWEpic+Argon2d(NIMIQ) would be great.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 07, 2020, 02:53:18 PM
Got error with dual mining:
https://i.imgur.com/6ZOzrcE.png


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 04:28:43 PM
Got error with dual mining:

Did you run it as admin or normal user?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 07, 2020, 04:37:15 PM
admin


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 04:48:18 PM
does it also crash when running 1 algorithm ? (epic)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 07, 2020, 04:55:19 PM
Didn't try single algo on this version, 0.4.7 work fine.

Got same error without crash:
Code:
[2020-09-07 19:46:54] New job received [0], block height 596233[0]
[2020-09-07 19:47:12] Socket error : 10054[1]
[2020-09-07 19:47:12] Reconnecting to yespower.eu.mine.zergpool.com:6533 in 15 seconds[1]
[2020-09-07 19:47:24] New job received [1], block height 596233[0]
[2020-09-07 19:47:28] Connected to yespower.eu.mine.zergpool.com:6533[1]

and got new error:
Code:
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers [a]
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 07, 2020, 05:31:26 PM
Didn't try single algo on this version, 0.4.7 work fine.

Got same error without crash:
Code:
[2020-09-07 19:46:54] New job received [0], block height 596233[0]
[2020-09-07 19:47:12] Socket error : 10054[1]
[2020-09-07 19:47:12] Reconnecting to yespower.eu.mine.zergpool.com:6533 in 15 seconds[1]
[2020-09-07 19:47:24] New job received [1], block height 596233[0]
[2020-09-07 19:47:28] Connected to yespower.eu.mine.zergpool.com:6533[1]

and got new error:
Code:
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers [a]
[2020-09-07 19:50:05] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]

Socket error 10054 is normal , means pool forcibly closed the connection. The crash now, that ain't normal :)

Invalid difficulty received is also normal with Epic, its a bug in their node. Sometimes it just sends diff 0, and in that case miner disconnects and tries to reconnect.
It would be good to find out the crash reason.

can you dig the error from windows error reporting? i bet its 0xC0000005


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 08, 2020, 05:52:50 AM
Google translate for you  ;D So sorry about typos:
Code:
Log name: Application
Source: Application Error
Date: 09/08/2020 1:18:16 AM
Event ID: 1000
Task Category: (100)
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
Description:
Faulting Application Name: SRBMiner-MULTI.exe, Version: 0.5.0.0, Timestamp: 0x5f54d0dd
Faulting module name: SRBMiner-MULTI.exe, version: 0.5.0.0, timestamp: 0x5f54d0dd
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Error offset: 0x000000000041a80e
Faulting Process ID: 0x11d4
Faulting application start time: 0x01d6854015a01e12
Report ID: 9d73e510-a973-44e4-b2b1-136933c49a16
Bad package full name:
Application code associated with the failing package:
Xml events:
<Event xmlns = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
  <System>
    <Provider Name = "Application Error" />
    <EventID Qualifiers = "0"> 1000 </EventID>
    <Level> 2 </Level>
    <Task> 100 </Task>
    <Keywords> 0x80000000000000 </Keywords>
    <TimeCreated SystemTime = "2020-09-07T22: 18: 16.063963500Z" />
    <EventRecordID> 14228 </EventRecordID>
    <Channel> Application </Channel>
    <Computer> Computer </Computer>
    <Security />
  </System>
  <EventData>
    <Data> SRBMiner-MULTI.exe </Data>
    <Data> 0.5.0.0 </Data>
    <Data> 5f54d0dd </Data>
    <Data> SRBMiner-MULTI.exe </Data>
    <Data> 0.5.0.0 </Data>
    <Data> 5f54d0dd </Data>
    <Data> c0000005 </Data>
    <Data> 000000000041a80e </Data>
    <Data> 11d4 </Data>
    <Data> 01d6854015a01e12 </Data>
    <Data>
    </Data>
    <Data>
    </Data>
  </EventData>
</Event>


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 08, 2020, 06:09:53 AM
Google translate for you  ;D So sorry about typos:
Code:
Log name: Application
Source: Application Error
Date: 09/08/2020 1:18:16 AM
Event ID: 1000
Task Category: (100)
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
Description:
Faulting Application Name: SRBMiner-MULTI.exe, Version: 0.5.0.0, Timestamp: 0x5f54d0dd
Faulting module name: SRBMiner-MULTI.exe, version: 0.5.0.0, timestamp: 0x5f54d0dd
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Error offset: 0x000000000041a80e
Faulting Process ID: 0x11d4
Faulting application start time: 0x01d6854015a01e12
Report ID: 9d73e510-a973-44e4-b2b1-136933c49a16
Bad package full name:
Application code associated with the failing package:
Xml events:
<Event xmlns = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
  <System>
    <Provider Name = "Application Error" />
    <EventID Qualifiers = "0"> 1000 </EventID>
    <Level> 2 </Level>
    <Task> 100 </Task>
    <Keywords> 0x80000000000000 </Keywords>
    <TimeCreated SystemTime = "2020-09-07T22: 18: 16.063963500Z" />
    <EventRecordID> 14228 </EventRecordID>
    <Channel> Application </Channel>
    <Computer> Computer </Computer>
    <Security />
  </System>
  <EventData>
    <Data> SRBMiner-MULTI.exe </Data>
    <Data> 0.5.0.0 </Data>
    <Data> 5f54d0dd </Data>
    <Data> SRBMiner-MULTI.exe </Data>
    <Data> 0.5.0.0 </Data>
    <Data> 5f54d0dd </Data>
    <Data> c0000005 </Data>
    <Data> 000000000041a80e </Data>
    <Data> 11d4 </Data>
    <Data> 01d6854015a01e12 </Data>
    <Data>
    </Data>
    <Data>
    </Data>
  </EventData>
</Event>

Exception code: 0xc0000005

I need to find where this access violation occurs.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: alucard20724 on September 08, 2020, 10:56:47 PM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.  


Yes, it's ! now, check the examples folder it contains a bunch of good examples :)

Is there a chance to add the "," back?   it's just the "!" is non-standard and not used in any other miners... that i know of.    the "!" makes it more difficult for multi-miners that used multiple programs.

Also, do you now support NAVI on all gpu algo?

I had to use a 'non standard' character because of the password field for example, which is used on a lot of pools to pass additional data, and they are comma separated.
That's why i chose ; and ! because those are not used (probably) in wallet address, pool url, password field etc..
Also wanted it to be same for every parameter and not leave comma for gpu-id for example but use ! on others..

Hopefully software that uses SRB will adapt to the new format.

Never got an answer on whether you support all algos on Navi now.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 09, 2020, 04:43:12 AM
V0.5.0


You definitely need to check out HELP and EXAMPLES folders because a lot of things changed from previous version!

Total reorganisation, new features etc.. Hope a lot of you find it useful :)
I will make a few video tutorials when i get some free time on how to use the new multi algorithm feature.

Until then look in 'Examples' and 'Help' folder to get some clue on how to use the new feature.


does the "," (i.e. comma) delineation between gpu not work anymore, or is it now only "!" now.  


Yes, it's ! now, check the examples folder it contains a bunch of good examples :)

Is there a chance to add the "," back?   it's just the "!" is non-standard and not used in any other miners... that i know of.    the "!" makes it more difficult for multi-miners that used multiple programs.

Also, do you now support NAVI on all gpu algo?

I had to use a 'non standard' character because of the password field for example, which is used on a lot of pools to pass additional data, and they are comma separated.
That's why i chose ; and ! because those are not used (probably) in wallet address, pool url, password field etc..
Also wanted it to be same for every parameter and not leave comma for gpu-id for example but use ! on others..

Hopefully software that uses SRB will adapt to the new format.

Never got an answer on whether you support all algos on Navi now.

Maybe you could try it ? :)
I compiled all algorithms except MTP for Navi, but i did not test because i dont have a card. You could try and report back.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 09, 2020, 07:29:49 AM
Hi, Doktor. Your last cmd line option for exceptions help with miner crushes, but after 8-10 hours of mining miner just stop mining,
program continue to work, accept works from pools, but not generate hashes.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 09, 2020, 09:38:19 AM
V0.5.1

+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_chukwa'
+ Added algorithm 'argon2d_dynamic'
+ Added parameter '--miner-priority' to set priority of main miner process
+ Renamed '--cpu-priority' to '--cpu-threads-priority'
+ Faster hashrate refresh interval for CPU workers
+ Fixed (probably) crash when mining with 'randomepic' algorithm
+ Bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 09, 2020, 09:44:45 AM
Hi, Doktor. Your last cmd line option for exceptions help with miner crushes, but after 8-10 hours of mining miner just stop mining,
program continue to work, accept works from pools, but not generate hashes.

Try the latest 0.5.1 release, also without the cmd line option for exceptions, let's see if i managed to fix it.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 09, 2020, 09:47:09 AM
Hi.
Quote
+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_chukwa'
+ Added algorithm 'argon2d_dynamic'

Is it for cpu only? If so then why? There is already exist gpu miners for these algo.
Better add progpow and nimiq.

And thank you for new version, i testing it right now.

Also:
Quote
Invalid difficulty received is also normal with Epic, its a bug in their node. Sometimes it just sends diff 0, and in that case miner disconnects and tries to reconnect.

Don't you think better is to store first value of difficulty (when miner first connect to pool) and then miner receive Invalid difficulty - just use stored value instead of spent time for reconnecting? Or maybe add cmd line option for default difficalty?

Code:
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers [a]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:15] CPU result accepted [335ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:22] CPU result accepted [488ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:32] New job received [d630], block height 116005[1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Difficulty 240000.00000000[0]

Too much reconnects.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 09, 2020, 09:56:30 AM
And maybe more informative would be print algo name instead of algo (or just add algo name) number:
Code:
[2020-09-09 12:54:21] CPU result accepted [161ms][0] - [randomepic]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 09, 2020, 10:29:27 AM
Hi.
Quote
+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_chukwa'
+ Added algorithm 'argon2d_dynamic'

Is it for cpu only? If so then why? There is already exist gpu miners for these algo.
Better add progpow and nimiq.

And thank you for new version, i testing it right now.

Also:
Quote
Invalid difficulty received is also normal with Epic, its a bug in their node. Sometimes it just sends diff 0, and in that case miner disconnects and tries to reconnect.

Don't you think better is to store first value of difficulty (when miner first connect to pool) and then miner receive Invalid difficulty - just use stored value instead of spent time for reconnecting? Or maybe add cmd line option for default difficalty?

Code:
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers [a]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:15] CPU result accepted [335ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:22] CPU result accepted [488ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:32] New job received [d630], block height 116005[1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Difficulty 240000.00000000[0]

Too much reconnects.

Invalid difficulty is received when a progpow job is received, so why would i 'store first value of difficulty and use stored value', when it wont be mined at all ? It's not RX. Also you cant just cant use any diff you want when you want it, vardiff doesn't work that way.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 09, 2020, 10:45:53 AM
Hi.
Quote
+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_chukwa'
+ Added algorithm 'argon2d_dynamic'

Is it for cpu only? If so then why? There is already exist gpu miners for these algo.
Better add progpow and nimiq.

And thank you for new version, i testing it right now.

Also:
Quote
Invalid difficulty received is also normal with Epic, its a bug in their node. Sometimes it just sends diff 0, and in that case miner disconnects and tries to reconnect.

Don't you think better is to store first value of difficulty (when miner first connect to pool) and then miner receive Invalid difficulty - just use stored value instead of spent time for reconnecting? Or maybe add cmd line option for default difficalty?

Code:
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers [a]
[2020-09-09 12:59:49] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:03] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:15] CPU result accepted [335ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] PARSE error: Invalid difficulty received[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:18] Reconnecting to epic.icemining.ca:4000 in 15 seconds[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:22] CPU result accepted [488ms][1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:32] New job received [d630], block height 116005[1]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000[0]
[2020-09-09 13:00:33] Difficulty 240000.00000000[0]

Too much reconnects.

Invalid difficulty is received when a progpow job is received, so why would i 'store first value of difficulty and use stored value', when it wont be mined at all ? It's not RX. Also you cant just cant use any diff you want when you want it, vardiff doesn't work that way.

Then why miner must reconnect if it just need to be ignored (progpow/cuckoo)? Don't it just have to wait for RX job?
Ver. 0.4.7 don't have this problem.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 09, 2020, 11:14:39 AM
Then why miner must reconnect if it just need to be ignored (progpow/cuckoo)? Don't it just have to wait for RX job?
Ver. 0.4.7 don't have this problem.

Works same in v 0.4.7 btw. It is no difference for you if it reconnects or waits because it wouldnt mine RX anyways :)
But i will see what i can do.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: antminerguruguy on September 09, 2020, 06:38:24 PM
I was wondering if anyone could help me configure SRB miner I am using Awesome Miner and it only cpu mines it never uses the GPU's I have 7 AMD GPUS 4/480 2/570 1/470  they are all 8 gb virtual memory is set to 16000 mb but I do have 32 Gb ram.... should I bump that up is that why it crashes sometimes?

As well how do I tell it to GPU mine with all the gpus I configured it and it just cpu mines I tried all the other dialogs with no luck.

Maybe someone that has done this with these cards and yescryptr16 could tell me how to I want to mine goldcash with it.


SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.1
Windows & Linux
https://www.srbminer.com (https://www.srbminer.com)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mine up to 4 different algorithms/coins at the same time!

Download links:
https://www.srbminer.com/download.html (https://www.srbminer.com/download.html)
https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases (https://github.com/doktor83/SRBMiner-Multi/releases)
https://mega.nz/#F!rBYRxArK!scVnPjMbALABivlaQhl2IQ (https://mega.nz/#F!rBYRxArK!scVnPjMbALABivlaQhl2IQ)

Support:
Discord channel (https://discord.gg/zXY23De)


===========================================
SUPPORTED ALGORITHMS:
===========================================


[CPU ONLY]

[0.85%]   argon2d_dynamic
[0.85%]   argon2id_chukwa
[0.85%]   cpupower
[0.00%]   m7mv2
[2.00%]   minotaur
[0.85%]   panthera
[0.85%]   randomarq
[0.85%]   randomepic
[0.85%]   randomkeva
[0.85%]   randomsfx
[0.85%]   randomwow
[0.85%]   randomx
[0.85%]   randomxl
[0.85%]   verushash
[0.85%]   yescryptr16
[0.85%]   yescryptr32
[0.85%]   yescryptr8
[0.85%]   yespower
[0.85%]   yespower2b
[0.85%]   yespoweric
[0.85%]   yespoweriots
[0.00%]   yespoweritc
[0.85%]   yespowerlitb
[0.85%]   yespowerltncg
[0.85%]   yespowerr16
[0.85%]   yespowerres
[0.85%]   yespowersugar
[0.00%]   yespowerurx

[CPU & GPU]

[0.85%]   bl2bsha3
[0.00%]   blake2b
[0.00%]   blake2s
[2.00%]   cryptonight_bbc
[0.00%]   cryptonight_catalans
[0.85%]   cryptonight_ccx
[0.85%]   cryptonight_gpu
[0.85%]   cryptonight_heavyx
[0.00%]   cryptonight_talleo
[0.85%]   cryptonight_upx
[0.85%]   cryptonight_xhv
[0.85%]   eaglesong
[0.85%]   ethash
[0.85%]   k12
[0.85%]   kadena
[0.00%]   keccak
[0.00%]   mtp
[0.00%]   rainforestv2
[0.00%]   tellor
[0.85%]   ubqhash
[0.85%]   yescrypt


===========================================
SUPPORTED GPU'S:
===========================================


+ RX 5500/5600/5700
+ VEGA 56/64/FE/VII
+ RX 460/470/480/550/560/570/580/590
+ R9 285/285X/380/380X
+ R9 290/290X
+ R9 Fury/Nano

Linux : amdgpu-pro drivers required


===========================================
FEATURES:
===========================================


+ Mine up to 4 algorithms simultaneously
+ Guided setup mode
+ Run in background without a window
+ Hashrate watchdog that restarts miner on GPU error
+ Monitoring of GPU temperature, and auto turn off if temperature is too high
+ System shutdown on too high GPU temperature
+ Miner auto restart on too many rejected shares
+ API for miner statistics
+ Web based GUI interface for miner statistics
+ Multiple pools with failover support
+ Difficulty monitor, reconnects to pool if difficulty is too high
+ Job timeout monitor, reconnects to pool if no job received for a long time
+ Switch AMD video cards to compute mode easily
+ Bunch of other useful features


===========================================
VIDEO TUTORIALS
===========================================


How to set multi-algorithm pools (https://youtu.be/cIgFAFjOyIQ)

How to mine Ring coin (https://youtu.be/hZkgEvlIhBU)
How to mine Resistance coin (https://youtu.be/pzvSHLOszJc)
How to mine Scala coin (https://youtu.be/8mta1ztnDs0)
How to mine Handshake coin (https://youtu.be/RqOPVXSMEOM)
How to mine Kadena coin (https://youtu.be/3ilq3bK_P4g)
How to mine Monero RandomX (https://youtu.be/WHaHXJl97hI)
How to prepare for Monero RandomX fork (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC0FfjzsIoU)
How to mine Loki - RandomXL (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRnl0ORrim0)
How to mine Nervos CKB (https://youtu.be/t3Zp9f9TuJY)
How to mine MicroBitcoin (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfyjrHjEQ38)


===========================================
INFORMATIONS
===========================================


SRBMiner-Multi is supported by Awesome Miner (https://www.awesomeminer.com/software/srbminer-multi)

If you get "Insufficient system resources available to allocate X kB in large-page memory" message, that means you dont have enough FREE memory left, a computer restart should solve this.
Large-page memory regions may be difficult to obtain after the system has been running for a long time because the physical space for each large page must be contiguous, but the memory may have become fragmented.
If you still get this message even after restarting, try increasing virtual memory.


You can find all the parameters and everything you need to get going in the readme.txt file.

This thread is self moderated, because in the previous SRBMiner thread there was too much spam and garbage, which wasn't removed by the forum moderators.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 10, 2020, 03:18:58 AM
I was wondering if anyone could help me configure SRB miner I am using Awesome Miner and it only cpu mines it never uses the GPU's I have 7 AMD GPUS 4/480 2/570 1/470  they are all 8 gb virtual memory is set to 16000 mb but I do have 32 Gb ram.... should I bump that up is that why it crashes sometimes?

As well how do I tell it to GPU mine with all the gpus I configured it and it just cpu mines I tried all the other dialogs with no luck.

Maybe someone that has done this with these cards and yescryptr16 could tell me how to I want to mine goldcash with it.


Hi, yescryptr16 isn't gpu mineable, that's why you can't mine it with GPU's


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: antminerguruguy on September 10, 2020, 03:39:01 AM
Well why did you disable tellor so I cant gpu mine it, its even in your list am I know stupid enough to mine tellor?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 10, 2020, 05:30:07 AM
Well why did you disable tellor so I cant gpu mine it, its even in your list am I know stupid enough to mine tellor?

it's not disabled.
But looks like tellorpool.org is dead.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 10, 2020, 05:47:04 AM
Tellor can be mined for now only if you have 1000 tellor with deployed node. Can't be mined on pool right now, until tellor v.2. Google it.

Doktor, more then 12 hours without errors.

Btw on nvidia yescryptr16 gpu make much more hashes then cpu.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 14, 2020, 05:53:22 AM
Hi, Doktor! I found some strange bug - after 5-8 hours of miner work
miner stop generate shares, but continue to load processor.
Looks like some kind of dev fee bug.
Next time i will try to provide a screenshot.
Algos: randomepic+randomsfx.

And looks like there is some memory leaks, coz miner start with using ~72 MB RAM,
and after few hours it take around 500 MB RAM.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 14, 2020, 11:32:01 AM
Hi, Doktor! I found some strange bug - after 5-8 hours of miner work
miner stop generate shares, but continue to load processor.
Looks like some kind of dev fee bug.
Next time i will try to provide a screenshot.
Algos: randomepic+randomsfx.

And looks like there is some memory leaks, coz miner start with using ~72 MB RAM,
and after few hours it take around 500 MB RAM.

I would like an extended log, a screenshot isn't too helpful. Please enable logging and add --extended-log flag.
Did i manage to fix the previous miner crash issue?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 14, 2020, 11:34:38 AM
Yes, crash is fixed.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 15, 2020, 05:42:54 AM
Hi, Doktor. I change my miner algorithmes combination,
so i can't now provide you log for randomepic+randomsfx combination,
but i can provide you log for another problem.
Randomepic+yescryptr16, after 7-8 hours of working miner can no more
allocate large pages and start to use RAM:
Code:
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 4][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 0][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 8][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 8]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 3][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 5][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 5]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 2][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 2]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 7][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 9][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 6][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 1][H]
[2020-09-15 06:03:56] VM created [CPU worker 1]
[2020-09-15 06:04:10] json_receive[0][976]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",965134],["randomx",526057490],["progpow",1027014628278]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[606060,607060,[175,33,78,33,79,232,120,22,110,99,38,251,209,76,152,224,239,210,255,141,83,7,36,78,184,88,55,30,214,3,106,212]]],"height":606841,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"e8d7"}}
[2020-09-15 06:04:10] New job received [0], block height 606841[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:15] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d001","f0439892b2a82271a5d928fdedb4de3ccc4e82b701e0d873d9459e1f95903fee","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d024c6204322f605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9ed9715576a2168c2cb1d2816eaa99d6d33a5b90a8823d3ab3507fa61858843d7a0d0e6ff02000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["9c7cbd9e71d60b4a426fe249f498e21583e131de9b23188c14997bd82b272d8e"],"20000000","1d12ddb5","5f602f32",true]}
[2020-09-15 06:04:15] New job received [d001], block height 25164[1]
[2020-09-15 06:04:20] json_receive[0][976]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"progpow","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",965134],["randomx",532477335],["progpow",1027014628278]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[606060,607060,[175,33,78,33,79,232,120,22,110,99,38,251,209,76,152,224,239,210,255,141,83,7,36,78,184,88,55,30,214,3,106,212]]],"height":606842,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"0006000000000009427a000000005f602f370c9b29077e6c40d7b780d237f153f7b730523ed4d5dc395a5cc82a06601ab96d49799212fadd0a6ab37d54d624cf31201c684901da44e8386402da296248e7fddc7d827c1b995b63c5511d5ba888a90c1a7b30467c3ff6f51ba5a04ee96bad6bcbc3498aaea73c617f76c3d28bd774b2070742defdf848960f6f98b87935ab8e146f73fc94105b2749e8a3317c37d132f1b68f236c5b5d9745ec39ad8da7668b3e646f2e6b789a76dfabbb811718a38540950f8c6a01f943c7faa578d9934a3b00000000001ca18f000000000013c70700000000000000040000000000002509ec010000005bd5a111ae020000d5ba886bed49030495afe1e7f5f14afb8d2e78","xn":"e8d7"}}
[2020-09-15 06:04:20] New job ignored [0], block height 606842[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:20] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] json_receive[0][976]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",965134],["randomx",532477335],["progpow",1020063000974]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[606060,607060,[175,33,78,33,79,232,120,22,110,99,38,251,209,76,152,224,239,210,255,141,83,7,36,78,184,88,55,30,214,3,106,212]]],"height":606843,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"e8d7"}}
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] New job received [0], block height 606843[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 0][H]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 5][H]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 5]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 2][H]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 2]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 8][H]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 8]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 1][H]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 1]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Not enough free pages to allocate 2048 kB in large-page memory. Restarting the computer could help.[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Not enough free pages to allocate 2048 kB in large-page memory. Restarting the computer could help.[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Not enough free pages to allocate 2048 kB in large-page memory. Restarting the computer could help.[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated memory [2048 kB][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated memory [2048 kB][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated memory [2048 kB][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Not enough free pages to allocate 2048 kB in large-page memory. Restarting the computer could help.[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Not enough free pages to allocate 2048 kB in large-page memory. Restarting the computer could help.[0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated memory [2048 kB][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated memory [2048 kB][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 06:04:27] VM created [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 06:04:31] json_send[0][246]: {"id":"134","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","params":{"height":606843,"job_id":0,"nonce":16778050706889414937,"pow":{"RandomX":[0,0,31,111,29,90,105,128,217,143,138,20,158,222,6,200,230,159,236,19,247,164,106,117,174,42,60,50,185,118,17,127]}}}
[2020-09-15 06:04:31] json_receive[0][73]: {"id":"134","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","result":"ok","error":null}
[2020-09-15 06:04:31] CPU result accepted [397ms][0]
[2020-09-15 06:04:55] json_receive[0][976]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",965134],["randomx",535737544],["progpow",1020063000974]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[606060,607060,[175,33,78,33,79,232,120,22,110,99,38,251,209,76,152,224,239,210,255,141,83,7,36,78,184,88,55,30,214,3,106,212]]],"height":606844,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"e8d7"}}
[2020-09-15 06:04:55] New job received [0], block height 606844[0]
[2020-09-15 06:05:10] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d002","f0439892b2a82271a5d928fdedb4de3ccc4e82b701e0d873d9459e1f95903fee","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d024c6204692f605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9ed9715576a2168c2cb1d2816eaa99d6d33a5b90a8823d3ab3507fa61858843d7a0d0e6ff02000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["9c7cbd9e71d60b4a426fe249f498e21583e131de9b23188c14997bd82b272d8e"],"20000000","1d12ddb5","5f602f69",true]}
[2020-09-15 06:05:10] New job received [d002], block height 25164[1]
[2020-09-15 06:05:24] json_receive[0][976]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",965134],["randomx",535737544],["progpow",1020063000974]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[606060,607060,[175,33,78,33,79,232,120,22,110,99,38,251,209,76,152,224,239,210,255,141,83,7,36,78,184,88,55,30,214,3,106,212]]],"height":606844,"job_id":1,"pre_pow":"0006000000000009427c000000005f602f77c01e92d5da62579bc10f8889e2914f5a98344b296b2ec6cb2264e7b060af91763adab790749a521738d2015eba70029dac252da5f66481d0aecaa8f37fcaeac8210f7639b1e55ed0baafc9b8dec062dfffaeace4bbc854bb42be5f4304d8e4465c0f1b36646a0827f329896c7739f708011c6bc2ccc8e4a1f9587515234de7b62f47d27b66cd7b41dc0db4b987bc9424de699c9110e176c0834a255bcd0ccb6c3e646f2e6b789a76dfabbb811718a38540950f8c6a01f943c7faa578d9934a3b00000000001ca192000000000013c70a00000000000000040000000000002509f4010000005bd5be85ca020000d5bac81797a8030495b1bce8f24466fb8e3eca","xn":"e8d7"}}
[2020-09-15 06:05:24] New job received [1], block height 606844[0]

Windows 10, ryzen 5 3600, 32 mb, 8GB RAM

RAM usage growing from 80MB after start miner to 900MB after 8 hours miner working.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 15, 2020, 07:17:41 AM
Hi, Doktor. I change my miner algorithmes combination,
so i can't now provide you log for randomepic+randomsfx combination,
but i can provide you log for another problem.
Randomepic+yescryptr16, after 7-8 hours of working miner can no more
allocate large pages and start to use RAM:


Windows 10, ryzen 5 3600, 32 mb, 8GB RAM

RAM usage growing from 80MB after start miner to 900MB after 8 hours miner working.

Yes, that's something i got aware later, that's because on every algo switch it free's and re-allocates scratchpads. I will try to make it preserve previous allocations, after that the hugep issue should dissapear.

I can only reproduce the mem leak with Verushash (one i knew about before releasing) , tried combinations of multiple algorithms (epic+randomx, randomx+yespower2b, randomx+cryptonight etc..)on 3 different systems and have no mem leaks, and it sends shares normally even after days of running...



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 15, 2020, 12:08:31 PM
Ok, miner just stop to generate shares without any errors, but continue to load processor (randomepic+yescryptr16).
Last few minits from log:
Code:
[2020-09-15 14:24:23] json_send[0][246]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","params":{"height":607320,"job_id":0,"nonce":13263913708700985062,"pow":{"RandomX":[0,0,27,171,139,116,36,168,81,229,254,155,162,251,58,209,172,123,196,85,152,131,215,205,9,30,255,103,29,170,72,92]}}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] json_receive[0][73]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","result":"ok","error":null}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] CPU result accepted [393ms][0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d278","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af62046fa4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a46f",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] New job received [d278], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",402405965],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607320,"job_id":1,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] New job received [1], block height 607320[0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [0][randomepic]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [1][yescryptr16]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"progpow","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607321,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] New job ignored [0], block height 607321[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607322,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] New job received [0], block height 607322[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 9][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 3][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 8][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 8]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 0][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 2][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 2]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 1][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 7][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 6][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 4][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 5][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 5]
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d279","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af6204a6a4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a4a6",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] New job received [d279], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",405146916],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607323,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: sxemini on September 15, 2020, 12:31:17 PM
Ok, miner just stop to generate shares without any errors, but continue to load processor (randomepic+yescryptr16).
Last few minits from log:
Code:
[2020-09-15 14:24:23] json_send[0][246]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","params":{"height":607320,"job_id":0,"nonce":13263913708700985062,"pow":{"RandomX":[0,0,27,171,139,116,36,168,81,229,254,155,162,251,58,209,172,123,196,85,152,131,215,205,9,30,255,103,29,170,72,92]}}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] json_receive[0][73]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","result":"ok","error":null}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] CPU result accepted [393ms][0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d278","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af62046fa4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a46f",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] New job received [d278], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",402405965],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607320,"job_id":1,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] New job received [1], block height 607320[0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [0][randomepic]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [1][yescryptr16]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"progpow","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607321,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] New job ignored [0], block height 607321[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607322,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] New job received [0], block height 607322[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 9][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 3][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 8][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 8]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 0][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 2][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 2]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 1][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 7][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 6][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 4][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 5][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 5]
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d279","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af6204a6a4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a4a6",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] New job received [d279], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",405146916],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607323,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}

Post your config or commandline!!!!

I see 4 algoīs in your log. For me it looks like he use all cores on all algoīs.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 15, 2020, 12:50:54 PM
Code:
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Console window quick edit disabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Miner version: 0.5.1
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Windows version: 10.0 build 14393
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Service WinRing0_1_2_0 running
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] CPU0 : AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor [L3:32768 KB][L2:3072 KB][L1:192 KB] | Family 23 Model 113 Stepping 0 |
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Algorithm/s: randomepic+yescryptr16 [0.85%]+[0.85%]
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Gpu mining: disabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Cpu mining: enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Huge-pages: enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] HW-Aes: available
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Starting init of worker threads
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread0 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread1 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread2 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread3 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread4 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread5 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread6 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread7 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread8 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread9 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread10 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread11 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread12 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread13 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread14 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread15 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread16 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread17 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread18 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread19 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Finished init of worker threads
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] 6 CPU core/s - 12 threads detected
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Using 10|10 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Node 0 total memory: 6794 MB
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] CPU extensions detected : AVX2|AVX|SSE42|SSE2|AES|SHA|BMI2
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 0 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 1 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 2 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 3 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 4 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 5 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 6 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 7 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 8 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 9 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 10 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 11 MSR values set

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 --disable-gpu --algorithm randomepic;yescryptr16 --pool epic.icemining.ca:4000;stratum-eu.rplant.xyz:7057 --wallet **************;*********************************** --cpu-threads 10;10 --password ****;****** --retry-time 5 --extended-log --log-file srbminer.log


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: sxemini on September 15, 2020, 01:30:28 PM
Code:
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Console window quick edit disabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Miner version: 0.5.1
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Windows version: 10.0 build 14393
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Service WinRing0_1_2_0 running
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] CPU0 : AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor [L3:32768 KB][L2:3072 KB][L1:192 KB] | Family 23 Model 113 Stepping 0 |
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Algorithm/s: randomepic+yescryptr16 [0.85%]+[0.85%]
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Gpu mining: disabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Cpu mining: enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Huge-pages: enabled
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] HW-Aes: available
[2020-09-15 15:10:50] Starting init of worker threads
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread0 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread1 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread2 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread3 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread4 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread5 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread6 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread7 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread8 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread9 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread10 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread11 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread12 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread13 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread14 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread15 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread16 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread17 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread18 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Worker thread19 : CPU [1]
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Finished init of worker threads
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] 6 CPU core/s - 12 threads detected
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Using 10|10 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Node 0 total memory: 6794 MB
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] CPU extensions detected : AVX2|AVX|SSE42|SSE2|AES|SHA|BMI2
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 0 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 1 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 2 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 3 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 4 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 5 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 6 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 7 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 8 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 9 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 10 MSR values set
[2020-09-15 15:10:51] Thread 11 MSR values set

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 --disable-gpu --algorithm randomepic;yescryptr16 --pool epic.icemining.ca:4000;stratum-eu.rplant.xyz:7057 --wallet **************;*********************************** --cpu-threads 10;10 --password ****;****** --retry-time 5 --extended-log --log-file srbminer.log


And there found the failure. Your cpu has 12 threads and you are try to use 20 threads. Not possible. change cpu-threads in 6;6 or 5;5 or lower.

This is not a dualminer or something similar. You cannot mine 2 different algos on 1 core. you can mine 2 different algos on 2 different cpu cores.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 15, 2020, 03:35:04 PM
Ok, miner just stop to generate shares without any errors, but continue to load processor (randomepic+yescryptr16).
Last few minits from log:
Code:
[2020-09-15 14:24:23] json_send[0][246]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","params":{"height":607320,"job_id":0,"nonce":13263913708700985062,"pow":{"RandomX":[0,0,27,171,139,116,36,168,81,229,254,155,162,251,58,209,172,123,196,85,152,131,215,205,9,30,255,103,29,170,72,92]}}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] json_receive[0][73]: {"id":"685","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","result":"ok","error":null}
[2020-09-15 14:24:24] CPU result accepted [393ms][0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d278","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af62046fa4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a46f",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:24:29] New job received [d278], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",402405965],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607320,"job_id":1,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:24:36] New job received [1], block height 607320[0]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [0][randomepic]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 6043.80 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] [1][yescryptr16]
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] CPU: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:24:37] Total: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"progpow","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1141197364249]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607321,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] New job ignored [0], block height 607321[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:01] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",406299384],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607322,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] New job received [0], block height 607322[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 9][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 3][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 8][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 9]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 8]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 3]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 0][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 2][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 2]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 1][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 7][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 7]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 6][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 6]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 4][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated 2048 kB in large-page memory[0]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 4]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] Allocated scratchpad [CPU worker 5][H]
[2020-09-15 14:25:22] VM created [CPU worker 5]
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] json_receive[1][636]: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["d279","e76f08ddb592438c1d4d8ba00641ed5124ce2c4494c5fb637429f764a46d716c","01000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffffffff4d02af6204a6a4605f08fabe6d6d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000000000000","0f706f6f6c2e72706c616e742e78797a00000000020000000000000000266a24aa21a9edd569dece71b510717aa44fef8d1b2cac74e4e20d24feaf541e81ceb72004301680cc0003000000001976a91488d5378e77ed4b8c0d9c1ccf2ccfcdebfe49497288ac00000000",["51cbd87429ba1559314e547a5878dd8449e1784696d5ee76239cfae4832b0187"],"20000000","1d0b6df7","5f60a4a6",true]}
[2020-09-15 14:25:24] New job received [d279], block height 25263[1]
[2020-09-15 14:25:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",405146916],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607323,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}

[2020-09-15 14:25:01] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers

Might be that it bugged and did not redirect jobs. So it continued hashing the old Epic job. But im curious what happened later because i see it allocated RX stuff after epic randomx job received?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 15, 2020, 03:52:01 PM
Nothing, just nothing, it work about hour or more without printing any info in console and without any log out.
Code:
[2020-09-15 14:25:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",405146916],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607323,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
this is last line in log file.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 15, 2020, 06:04:15 PM
Nothing, just nothing, it work about hour or more without printing any info in console and without any log out.
Code:
[2020-09-15 14:25:36] json_receive[0][977]: {"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"algorithm":"randomx","block_difficulty":[["cuckoo",925173],["randomx",405146916],["progpow",1134306013231]],"difficulty":[["cuckoo",4],["randomx",240000],["progpow",1000000000]],"epochs":[[607060,608060,[189,249,241,239,124,69,63,137,6,70,101,111,111,105,48,107,89,145,41,190,155,76,30,247,211,142,31,43,92,3,63,89]]],"height":607323,"job_id":0,"pre_pow":"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","xn":"b812"}}
this is last line in log file.

That's strange , looks more like the app hanged totally, if nothing was even logged.
Just reinstalled win on one of my rigs, going to run epic+ys16 for a day to see if something like this happens (it did not in the 2 week test period) :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 15, 2020, 06:37:28 PM
Stuck again.
This how look console after it happened:
https://i.imgur.com/gaKrePt.png

It also happened on my another PC (first time after few days),
but sorry there is no log file, only console output:
Code:
[2020-09-15 22:28:55] New job received [d4ce], block height 25352[1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] [0]    [randomepic]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] CPU  : 2904.65 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] Total: 2904.65 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] [1]    [yescryptr16]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] CPU  : 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] Total: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:06] New job received [7], block height 607806[0]
[2020-09-15 22:29:34] New job ignored [0], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:29:34] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:29:36] CPU result accepted [58ms][1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:50] New job received [d4cf], block height 25352[1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:52] CPU result accepted [57ms][1]
[2020-09-15 22:30:04] New job ignored [1], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:30:34] New job ignored [2], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:31:04] New job ignored [3], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:31:34] New job ignored [4], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:32:04] New job ignored [5], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:32:34] New job ignored [6], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:04] New job ignored [7], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:26] New job received [0], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:56] New job received [1], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:34:26] New job received [2], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:34:56] New job received [3], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:35:10] New job received [0], block height 607809[0]
[2020-09-15 22:35:40] New job received [1], block height 607809[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:05] New job ignored [0], block height 607810[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:36:30] New job received [0], block height 607811[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:52] New job ignored [0], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:52] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:37:22] New job ignored [1], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:37:52] New job ignored [2], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:37:58] New job received [0], block height 607813[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:04] New job received [0], block height 607814[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:07] New job ignored [0], block height 607815[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:07] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:38:11] New job received [0], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:41] New job received [1], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:39:11] New job received [2], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:39:41] New job received [3], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:40:04] New job ignored [0], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:40:04] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:40:34] New job ignored [1], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:04] New job ignored [2], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:34] New job ignored [3], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:54] New job received [0], block height 607818[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:10] New job ignored [0], block height 607819[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:10] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:42:15] New job received [0], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:45] New job received [1], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:43:15] New job received [2], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:43:45] New job received [3], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:44:15] New job received [4], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:44:45] New job received [5], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:15] New job received [6], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:19] New job ignored [0], block height 607821[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:19] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:45:46] New job received [0], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:46:16] New job received [1], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:46:46] New job received [2], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:47:16] New job received [3], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:47:46] New job received [4], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:16] New job received [5], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:20] New job received [0], block height 607823[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:50] New job received [1], block height 607823[0]
[2020-09-15 22:49:16] New job ignored [0], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:49:16] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:49:45] New job ignored [1], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:15] New job ignored [2], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:33] New job received [0], block height 607825[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:42] New job received [0], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:51:11] New job received [1], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:51:41] New job received [2], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:11] New job received [3], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:14] New job ignored [0], block height 607827[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:14] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:52:44] New job ignored [1], block height 607827[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:09] New job received [0], block height 607828[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:33] New job ignored [0], block height 607829[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:33] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:53:48] New job received [0], block height 607830[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:53] New job received [0], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:54:23] New job received [1], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:54:53] New job received [2], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:55:23] New job received [3], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:55:53] New job received [4], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:56:23] New job received [5], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:56:53] New job received [6], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:03] New job ignored [0], block height 607832[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:03] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:57:05] New job received [0], block height 607833[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:35] New job ignored [0], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:35] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:58:05] New job ignored [1], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:58:35] New job ignored [2], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:59:05] New job ignored [3], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:59:35] New job ignored [4], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:00:05] New job ignored [5], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:00:35] New job ignored [6], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:05] New job ignored [7], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:06] New job received [0], block height 607835[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:17] New job received [0], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:47] New job received [1], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:17] New job received [2], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:28] New job ignored [0], block height 607837[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:28] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:02:58] New job ignored [1], block height 607837[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:26] New job received [0], block height 607838[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:33] New job ignored [0], block height 607839[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:33] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:03:42] New job received [0], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:04:12] New job received [1], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:04:42] New job received [2], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:05:12] New job received [3], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:05:42] New job received [4], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:06:12] New job received [5], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:06:42] New job received [6], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:07:12] New job received [7], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:07:42] New job received [8], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:08:12] New job received [9], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:08:42] New job received [10], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:12] New job received [11], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:31] New job received [0], block height 607841[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:47] New job ignored [0], block height 607842[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:47] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:10:15] New job received [0], block height 607843[0]
[2020-09-15 23:10:45] New job received [1], block height 607843[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:09] New job received [0], block height 607844[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:34] New job ignored [0], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:34] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:12:04] New job ignored [1], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:12:34] New job ignored [2], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:13:04] New job ignored [3], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:13:34] New job ignored [4], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:04] New job ignored [5], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:11] New job received [0], block height 607846[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:41] New job received [1], block height 607846[0]
[2020-09-15 23:15:00] New job ignored [0], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:15:00] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:15:30] New job ignored [1], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:16:00] New job ignored [2], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:16:30] New job ignored [3], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:17:12] New job ignored [4], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:17:30] New job ignored [5], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:18:00] New job ignored [6], block height 607847[0]

But here miner continue to output data in console.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 16, 2020, 04:35:04 AM
Stuck again.
This how look console after it happened:
https://i.imgur.com/gaKrePt.png

It also happened on my another PC (first time after few days),
but sorry there is no log file, only console output:
Code:
[2020-09-15 22:28:55] New job received [d4ce], block height 25352[1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] [0]    [randomepic]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] CPU  : 2904.65 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] Total: 2904.65 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] [1]    [yescryptr16]
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] CPU  : 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] Total: 0.00 H/s
[2020-09-15 22:29:01] ==============================================================
[2020-09-15 22:29:06] New job received [7], block height 607806[0]
[2020-09-15 22:29:34] New job ignored [0], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:29:34] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:29:36] CPU result accepted [58ms][1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:50] New job received [d4cf], block height 25352[1]
[2020-09-15 22:29:52] CPU result accepted [57ms][1]
[2020-09-15 22:30:04] New job ignored [1], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:30:34] New job ignored [2], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:31:04] New job ignored [3], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:31:34] New job ignored [4], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:32:04] New job ignored [5], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:32:34] New job ignored [6], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:04] New job ignored [7], block height 607807[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:26] New job received [0], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:33:56] New job received [1], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:34:26] New job received [2], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:34:56] New job received [3], block height 607808[0]
[2020-09-15 22:35:10] New job received [0], block height 607809[0]
[2020-09-15 22:35:40] New job received [1], block height 607809[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:05] New job ignored [0], block height 607810[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:36:30] New job received [0], block height 607811[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:52] New job ignored [0], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:36:52] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:37:22] New job ignored [1], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:37:52] New job ignored [2], block height 607812[0]
[2020-09-15 22:37:58] New job received [0], block height 607813[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:04] New job received [0], block height 607814[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:07] New job ignored [0], block height 607815[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:07] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:38:11] New job received [0], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:38:41] New job received [1], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:39:11] New job received [2], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:39:41] New job received [3], block height 607816[0]
[2020-09-15 22:40:04] New job ignored [0], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:40:04] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:40:34] New job ignored [1], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:04] New job ignored [2], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:34] New job ignored [3], block height 607817[0]
[2020-09-15 22:41:54] New job received [0], block height 607818[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:10] New job ignored [0], block height 607819[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:10] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:42:15] New job received [0], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:42:45] New job received [1], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:43:15] New job received [2], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:43:45] New job received [3], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:44:15] New job received [4], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:44:45] New job received [5], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:15] New job received [6], block height 607820[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:19] New job ignored [0], block height 607821[0]
[2020-09-15 22:45:19] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:45:46] New job received [0], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:46:16] New job received [1], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:46:46] New job received [2], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:47:16] New job received [3], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:47:46] New job received [4], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:16] New job received [5], block height 607822[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:20] New job received [0], block height 607823[0]
[2020-09-15 22:48:50] New job received [1], block height 607823[0]
[2020-09-15 22:49:16] New job ignored [0], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:49:16] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:49:45] New job ignored [1], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:15] New job ignored [2], block height 607824[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:33] New job received [0], block height 607825[0]
[2020-09-15 22:50:42] New job received [0], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:51:11] New job received [1], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:51:41] New job received [2], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:11] New job received [3], block height 607826[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:14] New job ignored [0], block height 607827[0]
[2020-09-15 22:52:14] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:52:44] New job ignored [1], block height 607827[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:09] New job received [0], block height 607828[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:33] New job ignored [0], block height 607829[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:33] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:53:48] New job received [0], block height 607830[0]
[2020-09-15 22:53:53] New job received [0], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:54:23] New job received [1], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:54:53] New job received [2], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:55:23] New job received [3], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:55:53] New job received [4], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:56:23] New job received [5], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:56:53] New job received [6], block height 607831[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:03] New job ignored [0], block height 607832[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:03] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:57:05] New job received [0], block height 607833[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:35] New job ignored [0], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:57:35] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 22:58:05] New job ignored [1], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:58:35] New job ignored [2], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:59:05] New job ignored [3], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 22:59:35] New job ignored [4], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:00:05] New job ignored [5], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:00:35] New job ignored [6], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:05] New job ignored [7], block height 607834[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:06] New job received [0], block height 607835[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:17] New job received [0], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:01:47] New job received [1], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:17] New job received [2], block height 607836[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:28] New job ignored [0], block height 607837[0]
[2020-09-15 23:02:28] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:02:58] New job ignored [1], block height 607837[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:26] New job received [0], block height 607838[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:33] New job ignored [0], block height 607839[0]
[2020-09-15 23:03:33] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:03:42] New job received [0], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:04:12] New job received [1], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:04:42] New job received [2], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:05:12] New job received [3], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:05:42] New job received [4], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:06:12] New job received [5], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:06:42] New job received [6], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:07:12] New job received [7], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:07:42] New job received [8], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:08:12] New job received [9], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:08:42] New job received [10], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:12] New job received [11], block height 607840[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:31] New job received [0], block height 607841[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:47] New job ignored [0], block height 607842[0]
[2020-09-15 23:09:47] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:10:15] New job received [0], block height 607843[0]
[2020-09-15 23:10:45] New job received [1], block height 607843[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:09] New job received [0], block height 607844[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:34] New job ignored [0], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:11:34] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:12:04] New job ignored [1], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:12:34] New job ignored [2], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:13:04] New job ignored [3], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:13:34] New job ignored [4], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:04] New job ignored [5], block height 607845[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:11] New job received [0], block height 607846[0]
[2020-09-15 23:14:41] New job received [1], block height 607846[0]
[2020-09-15 23:15:00] New job ignored [0], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:15:00] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-15 23:15:30] New job ignored [1], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:16:00] New job ignored [2], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:16:30] New job ignored [3], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:17:12] New job ignored [4], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:17:30] New job ignored [5], block height 607847[0]
[2020-09-15 23:18:00] New job ignored [6], block height 607847[0]

But here miner continue to output data in console.

First case looks like a hang/crash, the second one a bug.
You could try using '--max-no-share-sent' parameter it might solve the second issue.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 16, 2020, 10:09:24 AM
First case looks like a hang/crash, the second one a bug.
You could try using '--max-no-share-sent' parameter it might solve the second issue.


--max-no-share-sent 600

Code:
[2020-09-16 12:52:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:52:46] CPU result accepted [62ms][1]
[2020-09-16 12:53:10] New job ignored [1], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:53:40] New job ignored [2], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:10] New job ignored [3], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:29] New job received [0], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:58] New job received [1], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:55:28] New job received [2], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:55:58] New job received [3], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:19] New job ignored [0], block height 608629[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:19] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:56:23] Last valid share sent more than 1 minutes ago! Miner will restart[11]
[2020-09-16 12:56:28] New job received [0], block height 608630[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:48] New job received [0], block height 608631[0]
[2020-09-16 12:57:15] New job ignored [0], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:57:15] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:57:45] New job ignored [1], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:58:15] New job ignored [2], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:58:45] New job ignored [3], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:15] New job ignored [4], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:28] New job received [0], block height 608633[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:58] New job received [1], block height 608633[0]
[2020-09-16 13:00:06] New job ignored [0], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:00:06] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:00:35] New job ignored [1], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:05] New job ignored [2], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:16] New job received [0], block height 608635[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:35] New job received [0], block height 608636[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:04] New job received [1], block height 608636[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:08] New job ignored [0], block height 608637[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:08] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:02:36] New job received [0], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:03:05] New job received [1], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:03:35] New job received [2], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:05] New job received [3], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:35] New job received [4], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:38] New job ignored [0], block height 608639[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:38] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:04:50] New job received [0], block height 608640[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:55] New job received [0], block height 608641[0]
[2020-09-16 13:05:06] New job ignored [0], block height 608642[0]
[2020-09-16 13:05:06] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:05:36] New job ignored [1], block height 608642[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:02] New job received [0], block height 608643[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:31] New job received [1], block height 608643[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:57] New job received [0], block height 608644[0]
[2020-09-16 13:07:27] New job received [1], block height 608644[0]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 16, 2020, 06:09:30 PM
First case looks like a hang/crash, the second one a bug.
You could try using '--max-no-share-sent' parameter it might solve the second issue.


--max-no-share-sent 600

Code:
[2020-09-16 12:52:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:52:46] CPU result accepted [62ms][1]
[2020-09-16 12:53:10] New job ignored [1], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:53:40] New job ignored [2], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:10] New job ignored [3], block height 608627[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:29] New job received [0], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:54:58] New job received [1], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:55:28] New job received [2], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:55:58] New job received [3], block height 608628[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:19] New job ignored [0], block height 608629[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:19] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:56:23] Last valid share sent more than 1 minutes ago! Miner will restart[11]
[2020-09-16 12:56:28] New job received [0], block height 608630[0]
[2020-09-16 12:56:48] New job received [0], block height 608631[0]
[2020-09-16 12:57:15] New job ignored [0], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:57:15] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 12:57:45] New job ignored [1], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:58:15] New job ignored [2], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:58:45] New job ignored [3], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:15] New job ignored [4], block height 608632[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:28] New job received [0], block height 608633[0]
[2020-09-16 12:59:58] New job received [1], block height 608633[0]
[2020-09-16 13:00:06] New job ignored [0], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:00:06] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:00:35] New job ignored [1], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:05] New job ignored [2], block height 608634[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:16] New job received [0], block height 608635[0]
[2020-09-16 13:01:35] New job received [0], block height 608636[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:04] New job received [1], block height 608636[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:08] New job ignored [0], block height 608637[0]
[2020-09-16 13:02:08] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:02:36] New job received [0], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:03:05] New job received [1], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:03:35] New job received [2], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:05] New job received [3], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:35] New job received [4], block height 608638[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:38] New job ignored [0], block height 608639[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:38] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:04:50] New job received [0], block height 608640[0]
[2020-09-16 13:04:55] New job received [0], block height 608641[0]
[2020-09-16 13:05:06] New job ignored [0], block height 608642[0]
[2020-09-16 13:05:06] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-16 13:05:36] New job ignored [1], block height 608642[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:02] New job received [0], block height 608643[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:31] New job received [1], block height 608643[0]
[2020-09-16 13:06:57] New job received [0], block height 608644[0]
[2020-09-16 13:07:27] New job received [1], block height 608644[0]

Do you have an antivirus that could kill threads of the miner process? That would explain why it kept getting jobs but not doing anything else.
Also the restart sequence just got ignored, which in normal cases can't happen.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 16, 2020, 06:12:09 PM
No antivirus installed on both machines.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 17, 2020, 07:59:52 AM
Switch back to ver. 0.4.7. 12 hours working without crashes and stucks.
Code:
CPU0: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor               [L3:16384 KB][L2:512 KB][L1:32 KB]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.4.7

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'r' to reload pools
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Algorithm               : randomepic
Gpu mining              : disabled
Cpu mining              : enabled
Huge-pages              : enabled
HW-Aes                  : available
Startup monitor         : enabled

[2020-09-16 23:21:57] Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found
[2020-09-16 23:21:57] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-09-16 23:21:57] If miner crashes after few minutes, try using --msr-use-tweaks 0134
[2020-09-16 23:21:58] 6 CPU core/s - 12 thread/s detected
[2020-09-16 23:21:58] Using 10 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-09-16 23:21:59] Connected to epic.icemining.ca:4000
[2020-09-16 23:21:59] Initialising dataset & cache & vm
[2020-09-16 23:21:59] Allocated 2129920 kB in large-page memory
[2020-09-16 23:21:59] Allocated 262144 kB in large-page memory
[2020-09-16 23:22:02] Dataset & Cache created on node 0 in 2909 ms
[2020-09-16 23:22:02] Difficulty changed to 240000.00000000
[2020-09-16 23:22:02] New job received [1], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:22:14] New job received [2], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:22:44] New job received [3], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:23:14] New job received [4], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:23:34] CPU  :    6032.92 H/s
[2020-09-16 23:23:34] Total:    6032.92 H/s
[2020-09-16 23:23:44] New job received [5], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:24:14] New job received [6], block height 609280
[2020-09-16 23:24:27] New job received [0], block height 609281
[2020-09-16 23:24:41] CPU result accepted [400ms]

******************************************************************

[2020-09-17 10:52:38] New job received [3], block height 609951
[2020-09-17 10:53:08] New job received [4], block height 609951
[2020-09-17 10:53:38] New job received [5], block height 609951
[2020-09-17 10:54:08] New job received [6], block height 609951
[2020-09-17 10:54:36] CPU result accepted [151ms]
[2020-09-17 10:54:38] New job received [7], block height 609951
[2020-09-17 10:54:43] New job received [0], block height 609952 [ignored]
[2020-09-17 10:54:59] New job received [0], block height 609953
[2020-09-17 10:55:16] CPU  :    6048.34 H/s
[2020-09-17 10:55:16] Total:    6048.34 H/s
[2020-09-17 10:55:29] New job received [1], block height 609953
[2020-09-17 10:55:59] New job received [2], block height 609953
[2020-09-17 10:56:10] New job received [0], block height 609954
[2020-09-17 10:56:39] New job received [1], block height 609954
[2020-09-17 10:57:09] New job received [2], block height 609954
[2020-09-17 10:57:10] New job received [0], block height 609955 [ignored]
[2020-09-17 10:57:39] New job received [1], block height 609955 [ignored]
[2020-09-17 10:58:06] New job received [0], block height 609956

P.S. Ver. 0.4.7 - as u see wrong L3 cash size detected.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 17, 2020, 08:10:56 AM
Strange things continues - on second computer --max-no-share-sent restart is working:
Code:
[2020-09-17 10:15:17] ==============================================================
[2020-09-17 10:15:17] [1]    [yescryptr16]
[2020-09-17 10:15:17] CPU  : 690.43 H/s
[2020-09-17 10:15:17] Total: 690.43 H/s
[2020-09-17 10:15:17] ==============================================================
[2020-09-17 10:15:27] New job received [df3f], block height 25759[1]
[2020-09-17 10:15:33] New job ignored [2], block height 609919[0]
[2020-09-17 10:15:35] CPU result accepted [64ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:03] New job ignored [3], block height 609919[0]
[2020-09-17 10:16:04] CPU result accepted [63ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:06] CPU result accepted [63ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:18] CPU result accepted [63ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:20] CPU result accepted [66ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:22] New job received [df40], block height 25759[1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:33] CPU result accepted [73ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:33] New job ignored [4], block height 609919[0]
[2020-09-17 10:16:42] CPU result accepted [66ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:42] CPU result accepted [81ms][1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:48] Last valid share sent more than 0 minutes ago! Miner will restart[10]

Restarting miner...


CPU0 : AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor [L3:16384 KB][L2:3072 KB][L1:192 KB]

================================================================================
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.5.1

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press z-v to disable/enable algorithm 0-3
================================================================================

Algorithm/s         : randomepic+yescryptr16 [0.85%]+[0.85%]
Gpu mining          : disabled
Cpu mining          : enabled
Huge-pages          : enabled
HW-Aes              : available

[2020-09-17 10:16:49] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-09-17 10:16:49] If miner crashes after few minutes, try using --msr-use-tweaks 0134
[2020-09-17 10:16:50] 6 CPU core/s - 12 thread/s detected
[2020-09-17 10:16:50] Using 6|8 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-09-17 10:16:52] Connected to stratum-eu.rplant.xyz:7057[1]
[2020-09-17 10:16:52] Difficulty 0.10000000[1]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.0 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 17, 2020, 06:13:19 PM
On 0.4.7 you mine 1 algorithm, 0.5.1 - 2 algorithms. Have you tried 0.5.1 epic only? Im curious..
Also i am/was expecting bugs with the new multi algo mining feature, but not the ones you have :D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 18, 2020, 01:20:45 PM
V0.5.2
+ Added 'verushash' for GPU mining
+ 'verushash' on CPU optimised a little bit
+ 'ethash' on GPU optimised a little bit
+ Optimised algorithm redirecting with CPU mined algorithms
+ Removed 'MTP' algorithm
+ Bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: sxemini on September 18, 2020, 01:27:20 PM
V0.5.2
+ Added 'verushash' for GPU mining
+ 'verushash' on CPU optimised a little bit
+ 'ethash' on GPU optimised a little bit
+ Optimised algorithm redirecting with CPU mined algorithms
+ Removed 'MTP' algorithm
+ Bug fixes

This version is quite a lot slower than previous version on my testbuild. Intel Core I7 3770 with 0.5.1 i can do with 6 threads around 5.5 - 5.7 mh on verus. new version now only 5.2 mh. I will do some more research on other rigs.


EDIT:
Tests done: All good now, i think was a other problem on my testbuild. Now with new version 5.6 - 5.8mh on verus. Nice doktor  ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 18, 2020, 01:29:56 PM
V0.5.2
+ Added 'verushash' for GPU mining
+ 'verushash' on CPU optimised a little bit
+ 'ethash' on GPU optimised a little bit
+ Optimised algorithm redirecting with CPU mined algorithms
+ Removed 'MTP' algorithm
+ Bug fixes

This version is quite a lot slower than previous version on my testbuild. Intel Core I7 3770 with 0.5.1 i can do with 6 threads around 5.5 - 5.7 mh on verus. new version now only 5.2 mh. I will do some more research on other rigs.


EDIT:
Tests done: All good now, i think was a other problem on my testbuild. Now with new version 5.6 - 5.8mh on verus. Nice doktor  ;D

tested it for 2 minutes ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 20, 2020, 02:32:19 PM
Hi, Doktor.
Ver. 0.5.2, Ryzen 5 1600, Windows 10, epic+yescryptr16.

Code:
[2020-09-20 15:54:26] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:54:26] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:54:28] CPU result accepted [73ms][1]
[2020-09-20 15:54:55] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 15:55:25] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 15:55:55] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:25] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:26] New job received [0], block height 614538[0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:26] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:56:56] New job received [1], block height 614538[0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:57] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:57] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:57:04] New job received [0], block height 614540[0]
[2020-09-20 15:57:04] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:57:33] New job received [1], block height 614540[0]
[2020-09-20 15:57:35] New job received [0], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:58:05] New job received [1], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:58:35] New job received [2], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:05] New job received [3], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:35] New job received [4], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:42] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:42] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:00:03] New job received [0], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:00:03] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:00:33] New job received [1], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:01:03] New job received [2], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:01:33] New job received [3], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:03] New job received [4], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:33] New job received [5], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:59] New job received [0], block height 614544[0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:26] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:26] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:03:45] New job received [0], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:45] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:04:14] New job received [1], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:04:44] New job received [2], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:05:14] New job received [3], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:05:44] New job received [4], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:00] Last valid share sent more than 15 minutes ago! Miner will restart[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:14] New job received [5], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:44] New job received [6], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:07:14] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:07:14] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:07:43] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:13] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:41] New job received [0], block height 614548[0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:41] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:08:55] New job received [0], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:09:25] New job received [1], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:09:55] New job received [2], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:10:25] New job received [3], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:10:55] New job received [4], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:11:25] New job received [5], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:11:55] New job received [6], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:12:25] New job received [7], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:12:55] New job received [8], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:13:25] New job received [9], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:13:55] New job received [10], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:14:25] New job received [11], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:14:55] New job received [12], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:15:25] New job received [13], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:15:55] New job received [14], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:25] New job received [15], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:42] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:42] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:17:11] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:17:41] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:18:11] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:18:41] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:19:07] New job received [0], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:19:07] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:19:37] New job received [1], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:07] New job received [2], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:37] New job received [3], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:54] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:54] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:21:24] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:21:37] New job received [0], block height 614553[0]
[2020-09-20 16:21:37] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:21:42] New job received [0], block height 614554[0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:00] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:00] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:22:29] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:59] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:23:29] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:23:59] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:29] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:49] New job received [0], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:49] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:25:19] New job received [1], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:49] New job received [2], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:57] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:57] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:26:15] New job received [0], block height 614558[0]
[2020-09-20 16:26:15] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:26:45] New job received [1], block height 614558[0]
[2020-09-20 16:27:10] New job received [0], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:27:39] New job received [1], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:28:09] New job received [2], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:28:39] New job received [3], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:09] New job received [4], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:39] New job received [5], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:41] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:30:10] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:30:25] New job received [0], block height 614561[0]
[2020-09-20 16:30:25] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:30:54] New job received [1], block height 614561[0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:04] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:04] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:31:34] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:43] New job received [0], block height 614563[0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:43] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:32:12] New job received [1], block height 614563[0]
[2020-09-20 16:32:14] New job received [0], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:32:43] New job received [1], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:13] New job received [2], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:29] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:29] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:33:59] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:29] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:56] New job received [0], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:56] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:35:25] New job received [1], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:35:55] New job received [2], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:25] New job received [3], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:29] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:29] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:36:58] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:37:28] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:37:58] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:38:28] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:38:58] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 16:39:28] New job ignored [6][0]
[2020-09-20 16:39:58] New job ignored [7][0]
[2020-09-20 16:40:28] New job ignored [8][0]
[2020-09-20 16:40:58] New job ignored [9][0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:26] New job received [0], block height 614568[0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:26] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:41:55] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:55] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:42:25] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:42:55] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:43:13] New job received [0], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:43:13] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:43:43] New job received [1], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:13] New job received [2], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:36] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:36] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:45:06] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:45:14] New job received [0], block height 614572[0]
[2020-09-20 16:45:14] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:45:33] New job received [0], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:46:03] New job received [1], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:46:33] New job received [2], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:47:03] New job received [3], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:47:33] New job received [4], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:48:03] New job received [5], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:48:33] New job received [6], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:03] New job received [7], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:17] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:17] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:49:23] New job received [0], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:23] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:49:53] New job received [1], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:23] New job received [2], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:28] New job received [0], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:58] New job received [1], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:28] New job received [2], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:32] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:32] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:51:35] New job received [0], block height 614578[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:35] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:51:53] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:53] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:52:23] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:52:24] New job received [0], block height 614580[0]
[2020-09-20 16:52:24] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:52:54] New job received [1], block height 614580[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:12] New job received [0], block height 614581[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:42] New job received [1], block height 614581[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:56] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:56] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:54:25] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:54:55] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:55:22] New job received [0], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:55:22] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:55:51] New job received [1], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:56:21] New job received [2], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:56:51] New job received [3], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:21] New job received [4], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:24] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:24] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:57:53] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:58:23] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:58:53] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:23] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:33] New job received [0], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:33] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:00:03] New job received [1], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 17:00:33] New job received [2], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 17:00:46] New job received [0], block height 614586[0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:15] New job received [1], block height 614586[0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:41] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:02:11] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:02:28] New job received [0], block height 614588[0]
[2020-09-20 17:02:28] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:02:58] New job received [1], block height 614588[0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:18] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:18] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:03:44] New job received [0], block height 614590[0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:44] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:04:02] New job received [0], block height 614591[0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:09] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:09] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:04:38] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:46] New job received [0], block height 614593[0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:46] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:05:16] New job received [1], block height 614593[0]
[2020-09-20 17:05:30] New job received [0], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:00] New job received [1], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:30] New job received [2], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:38] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:38] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:07:08] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:18] New job received [0], block height 614596[0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:18] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:07:39] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:39] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:08:08] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:08:38] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:08] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:38] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:46] New job received [0], block height 614598[0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:46] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:10:16] New job received [1], block height 614598[0]
[2020-09-20 17:10:33] New job received [0], block height 614599[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:02] New job received [1], block height 614599[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:03] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:03] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:11:32] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:50] New job received [0], block height 614601[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:50] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:12:20] New job received [1], block height 614601[0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:39] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:39] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:12:50] New job received [0], block height 614603[0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:50] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:13:05] New job received [0], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:13:35] New job received [1], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:14:05] New job received [2], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:14:35] New job received [3], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:05] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:15:09] New job received [0], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:09] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:15:39] New job received [1], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:16:09] New job received [2], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:16:39] New job received [3], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:09] New job received [4], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:36] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:36] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:18:05] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:18:35] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:19:05] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:19:35] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:20:05] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 17:20:35] New job ignored [6][0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:05] New job ignored [7][0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:30] New job received [0], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:30] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:21:59] New job received [1], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:29] New job received [2], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:50] New job received [0], block height 614609[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:51] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:51] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:23:21] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:23:51] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:24:21] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:24:51] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:21] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:44] New job received [0], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:44] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:26:14] New job received [1], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:26:44] New job received [2], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:27:14] New job received [3], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:27:44] New job received [4], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:28:14] New job received [5], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:28:44] New job received [6], block height 614611[0]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 21, 2020, 07:59:55 AM
Hi, Doktor.
Ver. 0.5.2, Ryzen 5 1600, Windows 10, epic+yescryptr16.

Code:
[2020-09-20 15:54:26] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:54:26] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:54:28] CPU result accepted [73ms][1]
[2020-09-20 15:54:55] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 15:55:25] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 15:55:55] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:25] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:26] New job received [0], block height 614538[0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:26] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:56:56] New job received [1], block height 614538[0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:57] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:56:57] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:57:04] New job received [0], block height 614540[0]
[2020-09-20 15:57:04] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 15:57:33] New job received [1], block height 614540[0]
[2020-09-20 15:57:35] New job received [0], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:58:05] New job received [1], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:58:35] New job received [2], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:05] New job received [3], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:35] New job received [4], block height 614541[0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:42] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 15:59:42] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:00:03] New job received [0], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:00:03] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:00:33] New job received [1], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:01:03] New job received [2], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:01:33] New job received [3], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:03] New job received [4], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:33] New job received [5], block height 614543[0]
[2020-09-20 16:02:59] New job received [0], block height 614544[0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:26] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:26] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:03:45] New job received [0], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:03:45] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:04:14] New job received [1], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:04:44] New job received [2], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:05:14] New job received [3], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:05:44] New job received [4], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:00] Last valid share sent more than 15 minutes ago! Miner will restart[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:14] New job received [5], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:06:44] New job received [6], block height 614546[0]
[2020-09-20 16:07:14] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:07:14] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:07:43] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:13] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:41] New job received [0], block height 614548[0]
[2020-09-20 16:08:41] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:08:55] New job received [0], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:09:25] New job received [1], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:09:55] New job received [2], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:10:25] New job received [3], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:10:55] New job received [4], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:11:25] New job received [5], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:11:55] New job received [6], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:12:25] New job received [7], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:12:55] New job received [8], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:13:25] New job received [9], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:13:55] New job received [10], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:14:25] New job received [11], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:14:55] New job received [12], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:15:25] New job received [13], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:15:55] New job received [14], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:25] New job received [15], block height 614549[0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:42] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:16:42] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:17:11] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:17:41] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:18:11] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:18:41] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:19:07] New job received [0], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:19:07] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:19:37] New job received [1], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:07] New job received [2], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:37] New job received [3], block height 614551[0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:54] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:20:54] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:21:24] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:21:37] New job received [0], block height 614553[0]
[2020-09-20 16:21:37] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:21:42] New job received [0], block height 614554[0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:00] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:00] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:22:29] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:22:59] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:23:29] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:23:59] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:29] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:49] New job received [0], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:24:49] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:25:19] New job received [1], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:49] New job received [2], block height 614556[0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:57] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:25:57] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:26:15] New job received [0], block height 614558[0]
[2020-09-20 16:26:15] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:26:45] New job received [1], block height 614558[0]
[2020-09-20 16:27:10] New job received [0], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:27:39] New job received [1], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:28:09] New job received [2], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:28:39] New job received [3], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:09] New job received [4], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:39] New job received [5], block height 614559[0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:41] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:29:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:30:10] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:30:25] New job received [0], block height 614561[0]
[2020-09-20 16:30:25] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:30:54] New job received [1], block height 614561[0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:04] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:04] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:31:34] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:43] New job received [0], block height 614563[0]
[2020-09-20 16:31:43] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:32:12] New job received [1], block height 614563[0]
[2020-09-20 16:32:14] New job received [0], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:32:43] New job received [1], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:13] New job received [2], block height 614564[0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:29] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:33:29] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:33:59] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:29] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:56] New job received [0], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:34:56] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:35:25] New job received [1], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:35:55] New job received [2], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:25] New job received [3], block height 614566[0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:29] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:36:29] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:36:58] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:37:28] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:37:58] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:38:28] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:38:58] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 16:39:28] New job ignored [6][0]
[2020-09-20 16:39:58] New job ignored [7][0]
[2020-09-20 16:40:28] New job ignored [8][0]
[2020-09-20 16:40:58] New job ignored [9][0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:26] New job received [0], block height 614568[0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:26] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:41:55] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:41:55] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:42:25] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:42:55] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:43:13] New job received [0], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:43:13] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:43:43] New job received [1], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:13] New job received [2], block height 614570[0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:36] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:44:36] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:45:06] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:45:14] New job received [0], block height 614572[0]
[2020-09-20 16:45:14] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:45:33] New job received [0], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:46:03] New job received [1], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:46:33] New job received [2], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:47:03] New job received [3], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:47:33] New job received [4], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:48:03] New job received [5], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:48:33] New job received [6], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:03] New job received [7], block height 614573[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:17] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:17] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:49:23] New job received [0], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:49:23] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:49:53] New job received [1], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:23] New job received [2], block height 614575[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:28] New job received [0], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:50:58] New job received [1], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:28] New job received [2], block height 614576[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:32] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:32] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:51:35] New job received [0], block height 614578[0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:35] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:51:53] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:51:53] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:52:23] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:52:24] New job received [0], block height 614580[0]
[2020-09-20 16:52:24] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:52:54] New job received [1], block height 614580[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:12] New job received [0], block height 614581[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:42] New job received [1], block height 614581[0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:56] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:53:56] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:54:25] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:54:55] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:55:22] New job received [0], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:55:22] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:55:51] New job received [1], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:56:21] New job received [2], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:56:51] New job received [3], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:21] New job received [4], block height 614583[0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:24] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 16:57:24] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 16:57:53] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 16:58:23] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 16:58:53] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:23] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:33] New job received [0], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 16:59:33] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:00:03] New job received [1], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 17:00:33] New job received [2], block height 614585[0]
[2020-09-20 17:00:46] New job received [0], block height 614586[0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:15] New job received [1], block height 614586[0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:41] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:01:41] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:02:11] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:02:28] New job received [0], block height 614588[0]
[2020-09-20 17:02:28] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:02:58] New job received [1], block height 614588[0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:18] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:18] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:03:44] New job received [0], block height 614590[0]
[2020-09-20 17:03:44] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:04:02] New job received [0], block height 614591[0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:09] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:09] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:04:38] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:46] New job received [0], block height 614593[0]
[2020-09-20 17:04:46] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:05:16] New job received [1], block height 614593[0]
[2020-09-20 17:05:30] New job received [0], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:00] New job received [1], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:30] New job received [2], block height 614594[0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:38] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:06:38] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:07:08] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:18] New job received [0], block height 614596[0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:18] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:07:39] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:07:39] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:08:08] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:08:38] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:08] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:38] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:46] New job received [0], block height 614598[0]
[2020-09-20 17:09:46] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:10:16] New job received [1], block height 614598[0]
[2020-09-20 17:10:33] New job received [0], block height 614599[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:02] New job received [1], block height 614599[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:03] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:03] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:11:32] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:50] New job received [0], block height 614601[0]
[2020-09-20 17:11:50] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:12:20] New job received [1], block height 614601[0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:39] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:39] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:12:50] New job received [0], block height 614603[0]
[2020-09-20 17:12:50] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:13:05] New job received [0], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:13:35] New job received [1], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:14:05] New job received [2], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:14:35] New job received [3], block height 614604[0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:05] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:05] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:15:09] New job received [0], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:15:09] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:15:39] New job received [1], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:16:09] New job received [2], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:16:39] New job received [3], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:09] New job received [4], block height 614606[0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:36] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:17:36] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:18:05] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:18:35] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:19:05] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:19:35] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:20:05] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 17:20:35] New job ignored [6][0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:05] New job ignored [7][0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:30] New job received [0], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:21:30] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:21:59] New job received [1], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:29] New job received [2], block height 614608[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:50] New job received [0], block height 614609[0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:51] New job ignored [0][0]
[2020-09-20 17:22:51] Redirecting jobs from algorithm 1 to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:23:21] New job ignored [1][0]
[2020-09-20 17:23:51] New job ignored [2][0]
[2020-09-20 17:24:21] New job ignored [3][0]
[2020-09-20 17:24:51] New job ignored [4][0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:21] New job ignored [5][0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:44] New job received [0], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:25:44] Redirecting jobs back to algorithm 0 workers
[2020-09-20 17:26:14] New job received [1], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:26:44] New job received [2], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:27:14] New job received [3], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:27:44] New job received [4], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:28:14] New job received [5], block height 614611[0]
[2020-09-20 17:28:44] New job received [6], block height 614611[0]

I really have no idea what could be causing this, all the testings i do i never had this issue, i don't know how to reproduce it.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 21, 2020, 08:21:54 AM
Now testing ryzen 5 3600 on other machine with logs turned on, will post here if that bug heppened again.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: john1010 on September 28, 2020, 09:41:39 AM
I think the cpu mining will become popular again because CPU coin will establish a good market cap and also the support of the crypto community, I would like to try it on my i5 8400 and I just want to compare it to XMRrig miner.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 28, 2020, 10:53:50 AM
Offtopic  ;D

@john1010, yes, maybe some day. But all these "minings" (cpu/gpu/asic/fpga) is some kind of sh@t and scam.
Real decentralization and real mining based on "luck" and fair coin price be only then when there will be a Coin and
algo+miner where mining can be available with one thread + signed mining (signed with your private key)
and only with pool which give access only for one connection for one signed miner with one ip address.

P.S. Sorry for my "English" =)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: sxemini on September 28, 2020, 01:24:15 PM
I have the same bug as BoozyTalking on 1 of my rigs. Mining only randomX (CPU Intel 6500). I have this bug 3 times in the last 2 days. Most around 30 minutes after start and with admin rights.
At the moment i test without admin rights and it runs for 3 hours. I am back tomorrow with a new report.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: john1010 on September 28, 2020, 03:26:30 PM
Offtopic  ;D

@john1010, yes, maybe some day. But all these "minings" (cpu/gpu/asic/fpga) is some kind of sh@t and scam.
Real decentralization and real mining based on "luck" and fair coin price be only then when there will be a Coin and
algo+miner where mining can be available with one thread + signed mining (signed with your private key)
and only with pool which give access only for one connection for one signed miner with one ip address.

P.S. Sorry for my "English" =)

We are all hoping for a fair and square mining dividends, At least the small and beginner in mining will be avle to mine a coin even though it was exist in few years. But the reality is, there's a bunch of greedy people who are not satisfied of what they've got.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on September 29, 2020, 05:08:05 AM
@BoozyTalking curious, no bug on the machine you said ?

@sxemini you say in the last 2 days, does that mean you didnt have this issue before it ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on September 29, 2020, 06:38:10 AM
Hi, Doktor. Now i'm mining other coin which can't be mined with SRBminer. But 4 or 5 days latest SRBminer working well without that bug.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: bigslimvdub on September 29, 2020, 06:29:17 PM
FYI AeonK12 forking scheduled about nov11. I do not believe it will affect miners as no pow change. Just a heads up.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2020, 06:08:08 AM
V0.5.3

+ Added 'argon2d_dynamic' for GPU mining
+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa' for GPU mining
+ Added 'cryptonight_cache' CPU & GPU
+ Fixed 'duplicate share' errors with 'ethash' algorithm
+ Less stale shares on 'ethash' algorithm in auto mode
+ Faster 'verushash' on CPU's without AES
+ Proper support for 64+ thread CPU's on Windows
+ More bug fixes

- Ethash default settings changed, the default now is 2 threads / gpu. This means lower intensity is required to get the same hashrate but also faster round trips, so there should be less stall shares.
If you get much less hashrate with the new default mode, you can still set intensity manually, and use 1 thread. (example --gpu-intensity 23)

- Ethash bug that shows higher hashrate in some cases is still present, im trying to find the reason


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 04, 2020, 07:29:21 AM
Hi, Doktor. Thank you for new version. Please tell us what coin is for cryptonight_cache? Can't find it with Google.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 04, 2020, 08:10:13 AM
Hi, Doktor. Thank you for new version. Please tell us what coin is for cryptonight_cache? Can't find it with Google.

Cache Core (https://cxche.org/), still on testnet


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 05, 2020, 02:00:25 PM
Hi, Doktor! Please add RandomHash II algo (Pascalcoin) and RandomYada algos for cpu.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 07, 2020, 10:55:08 AM
@Doktor83, hello again ;) I have a new idea for --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 mining mode:
can you make similar mode as --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 but with two required parameters -
--start_scrypt and --stop_scrypt (for these parameters we give two .bat/.cmd (if windows os) files, or
executable file names (for linux) wich executes when there is or ignored jobs from main algo).
So we can run and stop third party miner with algorythms which srbminer can't mine for now.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: sxemini on October 08, 2020, 03:00:22 PM
@BoozyTalking curious, no bug on the machine you said ?

@sxemini you say in the last 2 days, does that mean you didnt have this issue before it ?

Hi doktor83,

with older versions i have no issues.

I have tested last week. If i mining without admin rights, no problems for 4 days. Then i start mining with admin rights and after around 8h, no more shares, but cpu is working. But i only have this problem on 1 rig, other rigs works with and without admin rights normal.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 09, 2020, 09:16:07 AM
Good afternoon.
Last time I used version 0.3.3
I decided to try the new version 0.5.3
and I have an error


CPU0: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU1: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU2: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU3: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]

================================================== =================================
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.5.3

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
================================================== =================================

Algorithm / s: randomx [0.85% fee]
Gpu mining: disabled
Cpu mining: enabled
Huge-pages: enabled
HW-Aes: available

[2020-10-09 12:03:16] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-10-09 12:03:17] Internet not found! Please insert internet into miner

I checked all the others and all versions up to 0.4.0 work fine
Since version 0.4.1 - 0.5.3 this bug.
How can I fix it?)
This happens the same on installations with 4 processors and 64 threads)
Thank you


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2020, 11:20:48 AM
Good afternoon.
Last time I used version 0.3.3
I decided to try the new version 0.5.3
and I have an error


CPU0: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU1: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU2: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU3: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]

================================================== =================================
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.5.3

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
================================================== =================================

Algorithm / s: randomx [0.85% fee]
Gpu mining: disabled
Cpu mining: enabled
Huge-pages: enabled
HW-Aes: available

[2020-10-09 12:03:16] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-10-09 12:03:17] Internet not found! Please insert internet into miner

I checked all the others and all versions up to 0.4.0 work fine
Since version 0.4.1 - 0.5.3 this bug.
How can I fix it?)
This happens the same on installations with 4 processors and 64 threads)
Thank you

It's not a bug. You/firewall/AV/something is blocking access to https://srbminer.com


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: Nightworker88 on October 09, 2020, 11:37:56 AM
hello doctor8,

i am using your old miner cause i have older cards -amd 290s- with haven and working really perfect.

I wanted to disable some cards - say 2 and 3 -but not in console miner running- in bat file,


i added --cgpuid 0,1,4,5 but then miner asks for cgpuintensity. so i have to no for amd 290s intensity -or miner can check this automatically? do you now which intensity to start trying?

sorry for this question- sure it was asked 1000 times- but i could not find any answer.

THX


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2020, 03:29:39 PM
hello doctor8,

i am using your old miner cause i have older cards -amd 290s- with haven and working really perfect.

I wanted to disable some cards - say 2 and 3 -but not in console miner running- in bat file,


i added --cgpuid 0,1,4,5 but then miner asks for cgpuintensity. so i have to no for amd 290s intensity -or miner can check this automatically? do you now which intensity to start trying?

sorry for this question- sure it was asked 1000 times- but i could not find any answer.

THX

Yes, on SRBMiner-CN you need to define a few parameters if you want to set the gpu's manually. But there is an easier way, you can start mining, then just press 2 then 3 on the keyboard, that will disable them.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2020, 03:31:23 PM
@Doktor83, hello again ;) I have a new idea for --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 mining mode:
can you make similar mode as --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 but with two required parameters -
--start_scrypt and --stop_scrypt (for these parameters we give two .bat/.cmd (if windows os) files, or
executable file names (for linux) wich executes when there is or ignored jobs from main algo).
So we can run and stop third party miner with algorythms which srbminer can't mine for now.

Hi, sorry but i have much much better things to do than this.. you can create a custom script if you are skilled, which parses the log and does the stuff.. you want it to do :)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.2 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2020, 03:32:25 PM
@BoozyTalking curious, no bug on the machine you said ?

@sxemini you say in the last 2 days, does that mean you didnt have this issue before it ?

Hi doktor83,

with older versions i have no issues.

I have tested last week. If i mining without admin rights, no problems for 4 days. Then i start mining with admin rights and after around 8h, no more shares, but cpu is working. But i only have this problem on 1 rig, other rigs works with and without admin rights normal.

This sounds like an issue with the msr tweaks. They get enabled only when miner is ran with admin permission.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 09, 2020, 03:39:15 PM
Good afternoon.
Last time I used version 0.3.3
I decided to try the new version 0.5.3
and I have an error


CPU0: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU1: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU2: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]
CPU3: AMD Opteron (TM) Processor 6234 [L3: 18432 KB] [L2: 12288 KB] [L1: 192 KB] [PU: 12]

================================================== =================================
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.5.3

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
================================================== =================================

Algorithm / s: randomx [0.85% fee]
Gpu mining: disabled
Cpu mining: enabled
Huge-pages: enabled
HW-Aes: available

[2020-10-09 12:03:16] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-10-09 12:03:17] Internet not found! Please insert internet into miner

I checked all the others and all versions up to 0.4.0 work fine
Since version 0.4.1 - 0.5.3 this bug.
How can I fix it?)
This happens the same on installations with 4 processors and 64 threads)
Thank you

It's not a bug. You/firewall/AV/something is blocking access to https://srbminer.com

Why does version 0.4.0 work then?
and 0.4.1 and higher not?
or 0.4.0 does not apply to
https://srbminer.com?
And what port is it trying to go to when accessing https://srbminer.com?
Thank you

Thank you


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 09, 2020, 03:41:26 PM
Why does version 0.4.0 work then?
and 0.4.1 and higher not?
or 0.4.0 does not apply to
https://srbminer.com?
Thank you


Cause this check wasnt implemented back then. Why are you blocking access btw ?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.3 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 09, 2020, 04:08:45 PM
Why does version 0.4.0 work then?
and 0.4.1 and higher not?
or 0.4.0 does not apply to
https://srbminer.com?
Thank you


Cause this check wasnt implemented back then. Why are you blocking access btw ?

I use Mikrotik equipment.
And the firewall is not configured by default.
The Firewall rules were configured manually, and not as Mikrotik suggested by default.
0.4.0 works without problems!
What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 11, 2020, 04:55:14 PM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 12, 2020, 07:13:27 AM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 12, 2020, 07:20:28 AM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.

Problem with this approach is that even if it gets the devfee pools list from srbminer.com, you are still blocking miner access to the devfee pool, so miner won't be able to connect to it.
Devfee pools are not hardcoded in miner, miner pulls them in from srbminer.com. So today it can be pool X, tomorrow pool Y.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 13, 2020, 06:38:54 AM
New video tutorials :

How to dual CPU mine Epic Cash + Verus coin (https://youtu.be/OJdURgMdZRY)
How to mine Verus coin (https://youtu.be/1tVL-xRPyb8)

Note:
SRBMiner-Multi is the fastest public miner for VerusCoin


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 13, 2020, 04:52:22 PM
Ver. 0.5.4
Epic+Verus:
Code:
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] New job received [1] block height 647690 [randomepic]
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] New job received [1] block height 647690 [randomepic]
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] New job received [1] block height 647690 [randomepic]
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] New job received [1] block height 647690 [randomepic]
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] New job received [1] block height 647690 [randomepic]
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] Dataset for CPU worker 4 not found!
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] Dataset for CPU worker 2 not found!
[2020-10-13 19:43:55] Dataset for CPU worker 0 not found!
[2020-10-13 19:43:56] Dataset for CPU worker 3 not found!
[2020-10-13 19:43:56] Dataset for CPU worker 5 not found!
[2020-10-13 19:43:56] Dataset for CPU worker 1 not found!

P.S.: Solved after computer restart.

Also i noticed new version is about 5-6% slower on randomepic then 0.5.3.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on October 13, 2020, 06:45:21 PM
Even more - pool show me hashrate twice less then miner - miner give me 10.5MH, luckpool show me max 6MH.

According to statistics on https://miningpoolstats.stream/veruscoin there are 70 blocks of 100 mined by unknown pool/miners,
so it looks like verus algo already owned by private fpga farms or other mining equipment, so it is already not profitable
for cpu/gpu mining.

Maybe you think about adding RandomHash II algo to srbminer?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 15, 2020, 07:44:53 AM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.

Problem with this approach is that even if it gets the devfee pools list from srbminer.com, you are still blocking miner access to the devfee pool, so miner won't be able to connect to it.
Devfee pools are not hardcoded in miner, miner pulls them in from srbminer.com. So today it can be pool X, tomorrow pool Y.
I launched the CurrPorts program
and we see that the srbminer.com link is built.
telnet works the same way.
Mikrotik does not block.
Who or what else might be in the way?
Or maybe you still revise
devfee which were in the old version?
Thank you.
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   10204   TCP   51899      192.168.21.254   443   https   172.217.16.14   waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net   Established   E:\test\SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-3\SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   SRBMiner-MULTI   SRBMiner-MULTI   0.5.3   D0kt0r Solutions   15.10.2020 10:38:15

telnet waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443 working

   


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 15, 2020, 08:00:30 AM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.

Problem with this approach is that even if it gets the devfee pools list from srbminer.com, you are still blocking miner access to the devfee pool, so miner won't be able to connect to it.
Devfee pools are not hardcoded in miner, miner pulls them in from srbminer.com. So today it can be pool X, tomorrow pool Y.
I launched the CurrPorts program
and we see that the srbminer.com link is built.
telnet works the same way.
Mikrotik does not block.
Who or what else might be in the way?
Or maybe you still revise
devfee which were in the old version?
Thank you.
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   10204   TCP   51899      192.168.21.254   443   https   172.217.16.14   waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net   Established   E:\test\SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-3\SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   SRBMiner-MULTI   SRBMiner-MULTI   0.5.3   D0kt0r Solutions   15.10.2020 10:38:15

telnet waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443 working


172.217.16.14 is not srbminer.com, it's google

https://www.infobyip.com/ip-172.217.16.14.html

Also if you plan to control every single connection from the miner, then please read my last message again, cause it looks you didn't understand it.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 15, 2020, 08:37:30 AM
V0.5.4

+ Added 'argon2id_chukwa2' algorithm for CPU & GPU (new turtlecoin algorithm)
+ Fixed bug that caused invalid shares sometimes in multi algorithm mode mining
+ Fixed bug that made miner console freeze when holding scrollbar (windows)
+ Changed default value for '--retry-time' from 15 to 5 seconds
+ Minor bug fixes

What ports do you use in the miner when accessing
https://srbminer.com
So that I can properly configure my firewall in Mikrotika.
Thank you.

Problem with this approach is that even if it gets the devfee pools list from srbminer.com, you are still blocking miner access to the devfee pool, so miner won't be able to connect to it.
Devfee pools are not hardcoded in miner, miner pulls them in from srbminer.com. So today it can be pool X, tomorrow pool Y.
I launched the CurrPorts program
and we see that the srbminer.com link is built.
telnet works the same way.
Mikrotik does not block.
Who or what else might be in the way?
Or maybe you still revise
devfee which were in the old version?
Thank you.
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   10204   TCP   51899      192.168.21.254   443   https   172.217.16.14   waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net   Established   E:\test\SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-3\SRBMiner-MULTI.exe   SRBMiner-MULTI   SRBMiner-MULTI   0.5.3   D0kt0r Solutions   15.10.2020 10:38:15

telnet waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443 working


172.217.16.14 is not srbminer.com, it's google

https://www.infobyip.com/ip-172.217.16.14.html

Also if you plan to control every single connection from the miner, then please read my last message again, cause it looks you didn't understand it.

And who is this then
waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443
srbminer.com 443
The telnet works for him.

And I found the problem)
Windows 7.10 works without problems.
And Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 all have their firewall turned off
getting the same error.
Version 0.4.0 on Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 works without issue.


CPU0 : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8400 CPU @ 2.80GHz [L3:9216 KB][L2:1536 KB][L1:192 KB][PU:6]

=========================================================================================
SRBMiner-MULTI 0.5.3

Press 's' to display stats
Press 'h' to display hashrate
Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
=========================================================================================

Algorithm/s         : randomx [0.85% fee]
Gpu mining          : disabled
Cpu mining          : enabled
Huge-pages          : enabled
HW-Aes              : available

[2020-10-15 11:40:31] MSR tweaking enabled
[2020-10-15 11:40:31] 6 CPU core/s - 6 thread/s detected
[2020-10-15 11:40:31] Using 2 thread/s for CPU mining
[2020-10-15 11:40:32] Connected to randomxmonero.eu.nicehash.com:3380[0]
[2020-10-15 11:40:32] Initialising dataset & cache & vm[0]


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 15, 2020, 12:29:31 PM
And who is this then
waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443

Google server.

Version 0.4.0 on Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 works without issue.

Cause this check wasnt implemented back then.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 15, 2020, 12:44:17 PM
Maybe you think about adding RandomHash II algo to srbminer?

Right now im too busy, but will consider adding it when i get more free time


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 15, 2020, 01:09:47 PM
And who is this then
waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443

Google server.

Version 0.4.0 on Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 works without issue.

Cause this check wasnt implemented back then.
Windows 7,10 works.
Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 doesn't work.
All machines are located behind 1 Mikrotik router and go out through 1 provider.
You can look at your check that you have implemented since version 0.4.
Or what is missing from Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019?
Thank you


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 15, 2020, 02:27:44 PM
And who is this then
waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443

Google server.

Version 0.4.0 on Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 works without issue.

Cause this check wasnt implemented back then.
Windows 7,10 works.
Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 doesn't work.
All machines are located behind 1 Mikrotik router and go out through 1 provider.
You can look at your check that you have implemented since version 0.4.
Or what is missing from Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019?
Thank you

If win7,10 works and all go out on same router then something is blocking it on windows server, because if it was the router then it wouldn't work on W7,W10.
If it was a miner issue then it wouldnt work on W7, W10 too :)
I got users running it on Win Servers.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 15, 2020, 10:44:57 PM
And who is this then
waw02s13-in-f14.1e100.net 443

Google server.

Version 0.4.0 on Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 works without issue.

Cause this check wasnt implemented back then.
Windows 7,10 works.
Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019 doesn't work.
All machines are located behind 1 Mikrotik router and go out through 1 provider.
You can look at your check that you have implemented since version 0.4.
Or what is missing from Windows Server 2008,2012,2016,2019?
Thank you

If win7,10 works and all go out on same router then something is blocking it on windows server, because if it was the router then it wouldn't work on W7,W10.
If it was a miner issue then it wouldnt work on W7, W10 too :)
I got users running it on Win Servers.

I decided to experiment.
I took a server 2012 on which it does not work, installed Hyper-V there, deployed Windows 7 - it works without problems, I also deployed Windows 10 and also without any problems (I did not even turn off the firewall).
Since I have Windows Server 2008,2012,1019 then I have deployed Windows Server 2016 and it DOES NOT WORK.
Also, when launched on Windows Server 2019, it swears at
libcrypto 1-1_x64.dll

 There is no such error on Windows 2008,2012,2016.

Can you install at least some of the Windows Server and check it out?
Thank you.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on October 16, 2020, 05:32:47 AM
I decided to experiment.
I took a server 2012 on which it does not work, installed Hyper-V there, deployed Windows 7 - it works without problems, I also deployed Windows 10 and also without any problems (I did not even turn off the firewall).
Since I have Windows Server 2008,2012,1019 then I have deployed Windows Server 2016 and it DOES NOT WORK.
Also, when launched on Windows Server 2019, it swears at
libcrypto 1-1_x64.dll

 There is no such error on Windows 2008,2012,2016.

Can you install at least some of the Windows Server and check it out?
Thank you.

Thanks for the info. I have an idea.
Try settings HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\AuthRoot\DisableRootAutoUpdate to 0

I think the issue is with certificates because miner connects on https.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: agavrilyk on October 16, 2020, 06:00:46 AM
I decided to experiment.
I took a server 2012 on which it does not work, installed Hyper-V there, deployed Windows 7 - it works without problems, I also deployed Windows 10 and also without any problems (I did not even turn off the firewall).
Since I have Windows Server 2008,2012,1019 then I have deployed Windows Server 2016 and it DOES NOT WORK.
Also, when launched on Windows Server 2019, it swears at
libcrypto 1-1_x64.dll

 There is no such error on Windows 2008,2012,2016.

Can you install at least some of the Windows Server and check it out?
Thank you.

Thanks for the info. I have an idea.
Try settings HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\AuthRoot\DisableRootAutoUpdate to 0

I think the issue is with certificates because miner connects on https.
Good afternoon.
There was no such share
AuthRoot \ DisableRootAutoUpdate
I created Dword 32, rebooted, but it didn't fix the problem.
Checked on WindowsServer 2008,2012,2016(Hyper-V),2019



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 01, 2020, 07:57:47 AM
Hi, Doktor83. ! parameter (separator) not work in windows version of miner.

Can you add some command line parameter (must be first parameter) where we can set symbol for separator?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on November 01, 2020, 08:13:26 AM
Hi, Doktor83. ! parameter (separator) not work in windows version of miner.

Oh it does work. Post your cmd so i can see what the issue is.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 01, 2020, 08:18:02 AM
Not it does not work - if i change ; symbol to ! miner show me error.
For example: --algorithm algo1!algo2 = You need to define at least 1 algorithm.

I forget to add - i use it with --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on November 01, 2020, 11:43:26 AM
Not it does not work - if i change ; symbol to ! miner show me error.
For example: --algorithm algo1!algo2 = You need to define at least 1 algorithm.

I forget to add - i use it with --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3.

Man it's hard helping you, every time you know everything better, so why ask for help then ?

; is used to separate algorithms, ! is used to separate parameters for an algorithm

example from Examples folder :

SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --disable-gpu --algorithm randomx;yespower2b --pool xmrpool.eu:443!stratum+tcps://pool.minexmr.com:443!xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444;stratum-ru.rplant.xyz:7022!mbc-asia.skypool.co:8003 --wallet randomx-wallet;yespower2b-wallet --cpu-threads 4;4 --cpu-affinity 0x55;-1 --log-file log.txt


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 02, 2020, 07:56:04 AM
This is some kind of weird logic?  ;D  So, ! separator can be used only with --pool parameter or
it can be used with --wallet and --pasword parameters too? Now i mine at pool where ; used to
set workers name for user, so how can i set worker name in --wallet parameter?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 Win & Linux
Post by: doktor83 on November 03, 2020, 01:28:17 PM
V0.5.5

+ Added algorithm 'argon2id_ninja' fee 0.85%
+ DevFee for 'ethash' algorithm lowered to 0.65%
+ DevFee for 'ubqhash' algorithm lowered to 0.65%
+ DevFee for 'minotaur' algorithm lowered to 0.85%
+ DevFee for 'randomxl' algorithm removed
+ Small performance increase on cryptonight_xhv algorithm
+ Parameter '--gpu-intensity' now accepts raw-intensity values too, so you can mix them if you want (ex. 12+2048 = intensity 12, raw-intensity 2048)
+ Removed parameter '--gpu-raw-intensity'
+ --multi-algorithm-job-mode 3 for CPU mining now uses number of threads defined for algorithm 1 when algorithm 0 can't be mined
+ Bug fixes


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.4 Win & Linux
Post by: papacheal on November 04, 2020, 01:00:02 AM
I decided to experiment.
I took a server 2012 on which it does not work, installed Hyper-V there, deployed Windows 7 - it works without problems, I also deployed Windows 10 and also without any problems (I did not even turn off the firewall).
Since I have Windows Server 2008,2012,1019 then I have deployed Windows Server 2016 and it DOES NOT WORK.
Also, when launched on Windows Server 2019, it swears at libcrypto 1-1_x64.dll

There is no such error on Windows 2008,2012,2016.

Thanks for the info. I have an idea.
Try settings HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\AuthRoot\DisableRootAutoUpdate to 0

I think the issue is with certificates because miner connects on https.

This "internet connect" issue is very likely because of interference from IE ESC. You need to disable this as an admin as the miner seems to get blocked by some restrictions IE ESC imposes.

Open Server Manager as an admin, click on Local Server, open up the IE ESC option and set both admin and user options to "Off". You'll then need to log off or reboot for the change to take effect. This solved the identical issue I was having on Server 2016 installs.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 Win & Linux
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 04, 2020, 10:22:16 AM
Thank you for new version! Any chance for separator parameter?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: presti on November 06, 2020, 02:23:02 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option

with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: miner29 on November 06, 2020, 03:56:54 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option

with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool

Generally the Apple version of the gpus is tweaked enough to not be fully supported by any miner i know of.  The gpu version apple uses is unique to Apple.  Check and see as i have seen many miners producing invalid or incorrect shares when on the mac especially when using the gpus.  On my Mac Pro i was able at one point to mine but about 25% of the shares were invalid due to some incompatibility with miner/GPU.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: presti on November 06, 2020, 04:46:53 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option

with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool

Generally the Apple version of the gpus is tweaked enough to not be fully supported by any miner i know of.  The gpu version apple uses is unique to Apple.  Check and see as i have seen many miners producing invalid or incorrect shares when on the mac especially when using the gpus.  On my Mac Pro i was able at one point to mine but about 25% of the shares were invalid due to some incompatibility with miner/GPU.

I don't think that the problem comes from my gpu : it is not an Apple version of the Vega 64, it's an https://overclocking.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/AMD-RADEON-RX-Vega-64-Limited-1-667x400.jpg and I'm running it under Windows 10.
I mine w/o problem ETH at 40MH/s and RVN at 25 MH/s as well


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 06, 2020, 05:12:14 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option

with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool

You are using windows 10 on Mac, do i understand right ?

Try setting --gpu-intensity 912+912 for example. 1200 is too much (that would use 4.5+ gb per thread meaning 9+gb for 2 threads, also not enough compute units). Probably display driver crashed, that's why it was showing those crazy numbers (24mhs)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: presti on November 06, 2020, 08:18:42 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option
.
with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool

You are using windows 10 on Mac, do i understand right ?

Try setting --gpu-intensity 912+912 for example. 1200 is too much (that would use 4.5+ gb per thread meaning 9+gb for 2 threads, also not enough compute units). Probably display driver crashed, that's why it was showing those crazy numbers (24mhs)

Yes I'm using Windows 10 on a Mac Pro 2009.
I've tried --gpu-intensity 912+912 but it's very unstable, I get 600-1100 hashrate. I did a couple trial/errors and sweet spot seems to be --gpu-intensity 1040+725 where I get 1715-1775 H/s.
ATM I'm on drivers radeon 20.9.2 cclock 1630 MHz and mclock 945 MHz


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: miner29 on November 06, 2020, 10:02:15 PM
Hello,

I'm mining XHV (SRBMiner-Multi-0-5-5) with MacPro dual Xeon X5680 12C/24T + AMD Vega 64 8Gb (GPU0 : radeon_rx_vega [gfx900][8176 MB][CU: 64][BUS:07]
Pool is haven.herominers.com

CPU mining with 20T is ok : 240-250 H/s

but I can't figure out why gpu tweaking is disabled (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found) even with --gpu-tweak-profile 5 option

with --gpu-autotune 1 I get --gpu-intensity 1040+624 --gpu-worksize 8 and 1600-1700 H/s wich isn't bad but I though I could reach 2000-2200 H/s with a Vega 64

I tried other intensity and weird thing happen : with --gpu-intensity 1200+1200, I get 24 MH/s!! (but the pool only display 250 H/s)


Question is how can I enable gpu_tweaking and how do I change my setting to get the most of my Vega 64 ??

Other question is : why pool (herominers) doesn't display same hash as in SBRminer ? I have another pc mining XHV under XMRig and the hash is the same beween pc and pool

Generally the Apple version of the gpus is tweaked enough to not be fully supported by any miner i know of.  The gpu version apple uses is unique to Apple.  Check and see as i have seen many miners producing invalid or incorrect shares when on the mac especially when using the gpus.  On my Mac Pro i was able at one point to mine but about 25% of the shares were invalid due to some incompatibility with miner/GPU.

I don't think that the problem comes from my gpu : it is not an Apple version of the Vega 64, it's an https://overclocking.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/AMD-RADEON-RX-Vega-64-Limited-1-667x400.jpg and I'm running it under Windows 10.
I mine w/o problem ETH at 40MH/s and RVN at 25 MH/s as well

Ah understand now.  Sorry my iMac Pro had this in built in Radeon Pro Vega 64 with 16GB of HBM2 memory   i could make it mine under linux / mac osx but would get about 25% reject due to something unique as only apple can do.



Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 07, 2020, 04:45:18 AM
Yes I'm using Windows 10 on a Mac Pro 2009.
I've tried --gpu-intensity 912+912 but it's very unstable, I get 600-1100 hashrate. I did a couple trial/errors and sweet spot seems to be --gpu-intensity 1040+725 where I get 1715-1775 H/s.
ATM I'm on drivers radeon 20.9.2 cclock 1630 MHz and mclock 945 MHz

Something is odd there, with 896+896 you should get ~ 1800hs, but 1040 is just too much because that would try to allocate ~ 4gb memory in one buffer = not good


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: dfish987 on November 12, 2020, 04:54:36 AM
am i just a noob i cant find the download for your miner anymore how do i download it???


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: dfish987 on November 12, 2020, 04:57:12 AM
am i just a noob i cant find the download for your miner anymore how do i download it???

Nevermind i got it from this thread just the srbminer.com(takes you to github but not theright spot) doesn't take you to the release section anymore the link in this forum does though, just thought i'd let you know  ;)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: CFHeadphase on November 21, 2020, 01:11:08 AM
Tweaking profiles also not working for me, same error as mentioned above (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found). Strix Vega 64 on Windows 10, srbminer 0.5.5, Radeon 20.11.1. Mining ETH.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.5 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 21, 2020, 04:42:37 AM
Tweaking profiles also not working for me, same error as mentioned above (Tweaking disabled - no supported devices found). Strix Vega 64 on Windows 10, srbminer 0.5.5, Radeon 20.11.1. Mining ETH.

Next release will have a different gpu detection method, hopefully it will fix this.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 22, 2020, 01:37:52 PM
V0.5.6

+ Added algorithm 'etchash' (Ethereum Classic) , fee 0.65%
+ Added algorithm 'randomhash2' (PascalCoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added algorithm 'scryptn2' (Verium, Bitcoin Subsidium) for CPU mining, fee 0.85% (run as admin/root for more hashrate)
+ GPU tweaking/boosting now available on both Windows & Linux
+ Extended GPU tweaks support with R9 290/380/390 cards
+ Added parameter '--gpu-tweak-unsupported'
+ Added parameter '--gpu-boost'
+ Added parameter '--msr-use-preset'
+ Bug fixes

- Added support for tweak profiles on Linux operating systems too. You need to run miner with root privileges (same as on windows - need administrator rights).
- New parameter --gpu-boost (or just press + - while mining), will increase your hashrate the same way as rx-boost parameter in some other miners.
- Running miner with administrator/root privileges for 'scryptn2' algorithm can increase your hashrate  ~5-6%
- New parameter --msr-use-preset accepts values 0,1,2. Try out all of them to find which one increases your hashrate the most.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 23, 2020, 09:04:29 AM
V0.5.6
+ Added algorithm 'randomhash2' (PascalCoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added algorithm 'scryptn2' (Verium, Bitcoin Subsidium) for CPU mining, fee 0.85% (run as admin/root for more hashrate)

Wow you did it, thanks!


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 23, 2020, 09:27:03 AM
V0.5.6
+ Added algorithm 'randomhash2' (PascalCoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added algorithm 'scryptn2' (Verium, Bitcoin Subsidium) for CPU mining, fee 0.85% (run as admin/root for more hashrate)

Wow you did it, thanks!

Yes, but i am sure you will have issues, like you always do :P


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 23, 2020, 10:42:23 AM
Yeees, coz u didn't add separator parameter  ;D


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 23, 2020, 06:07:16 PM
A new video tutorial :

Boost hashrate on Ethereum mining easily with SRBMiner-Multi (https://youtu.be/vMxKNauDfKU)


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: syahpian on November 24, 2020, 09:44:28 AM
hello, just want to ask, is it possible to do triple mining? like ethash, verushash and epic using 1 miner?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 24, 2020, 09:58:02 AM
hello, just want to ask, is it possible to do triple mining? like ethash, verushash and epic using 1 miner?

yes it is, up to 4 algorithms at the same time. But if you want to mine epic, switch to verus when no epic work + mine all the time eth then the answer is no :)

You can dedicate for example 4 CPU threads for verus, 4 for epic and mine eth with the rest GPU's. That is possible.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: syahpian on November 24, 2020, 10:04:18 AM
hello, just want to ask, is it possible to do triple mining? like ethash, verushash and epic using 1 miner?

yes it is, up to 4 algorithms at the same time. But if you want to mine epic, switch to verus when no epic work + mine all the time eth then the answer is no :)

You can dedicate for example 4 CPU threads for verus, 4 for epic and mine eth with the rest GPU's. That is possible.

i see, is there any guide on how to do that?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 24, 2020, 12:12:09 PM
hello, just want to ask, is it possible to do triple mining? like ethash, verushash and epic using 1 miner?

yes it is, up to 4 algorithms at the same time. But if you want to mine epic, switch to verus when no epic work + mine all the time eth then the answer is no :)

You can dedicate for example 4 CPU threads for verus, 4 for epic and mine eth with the rest GPU's. That is possible.

i see, is there any guide on how to do that?

Examples folder contains a lot of.. well, examples .

Here's an example for 4/4 epic/verus + eth :

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomepic;verushash;ethash --cpu-threads 4;4;-1 --pool randomepic-pool;verushash-pool;ethash-pool --wallet randomepic-user;verushash-wallet;ethash-wallet


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: syahpian on November 24, 2020, 12:22:07 PM
hello, just want to ask, is it possible to do triple mining? like ethash, verushash and epic using 1 miner?

yes it is, up to 4 algorithms at the same time. But if you want to mine epic, switch to verus when no epic work + mine all the time eth then the answer is no :)

You can dedicate for example 4 CPU threads for verus, 4 for epic and mine eth with the rest GPU's. That is possible.

i see, is there any guide on how to do that?

Examples folder contains a lot of.. well, examples .

Here's an example for 4/4 epic/verus + eth :

Code:
SRBMiner-MULTI.exe --algorithm randomepic;verushash;ethash --cpu-threads 4;4;-1 --pool randomepic-pool;verushash-pool;ethash-pool --wallet randomepic-user;verushash-wallet;ethash-wallet

nice  ;D

1 more question, what happen if i set --cpu-threads to 0;0?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 24, 2020, 02:21:47 PM
Hi, Doktor. Already digging epic+pas. RandomX hashrate is about ~1-1.5% slower then ver. 0.5.3.
What MSR tweak settings can you recommend for ryzen 5 1600, ryzen 5 3600 and ryzen 7 2700x?

And one more "strange" question - is it possible to find shares on ETH algo for different coins
at same time using only dag for one (lets call it main coin) coin, lets say it will be Ethereum dag?


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 24, 2020, 04:10:09 PM
nice  ;D

1 more question, what happen if i set --cpu-threads to 0;0?

Oh , and add --gpu-id 99;99;0 to mine only ETH with the GPU, and not Verus.

0 means auto-set


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.6 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 24, 2020, 04:13:39 PM
Hi, Doktor. Already digging epic+pas. RandomX hashrate is about ~1-1.5% slower then ver. 0.5.3.
What MSR tweak settings can you recommend for ryzen 5 1600, ryzen 5 3600 and ryzen 7 2700x?

And one more "strange" question - is it possible to find shares on ETH algo for different coins
at same time using only dag for one (lets call it main coin) coin, lets say it will be Ethereum dag?

Hashrate should be same i didnt change anything in the code of RX for a long time.

--msr-use-preset 1 is probably the best for those ryzens, but you should test it yourself.

If those coins all use the same seed and epoch then the cache and dag will contain the same data for all of them, yes.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 26, 2020, 06:23:53 PM
V0.5.7

+ Added algorithm 'curvehash' (Curvehashcoin) for CPU mining, fee 0.85%
+ Added support for older AMD cards (tahiti, pitcairn) on most of the algorithms
+ Removed 'm7mv2' algorithm
+ Removed parameter '--gpu-tweak-unsupported' because it was useless
+ Small fixes

- Don't expect optimised and awesomely fast hashing from Tahiti and Pitcairn support. I don't have these old cards, also no interest in working on them.
They are as-is, but i added support so owners of these oldies can still mine something.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: BoozyTalking on November 27, 2020, 07:39:11 AM
Hi, Doktor! Can you please fix this bug?
[2020-11-27 09:31:29] Internet not found! Please insert internet into miner

Looks like only last version of miner is working now, all previous version stop working
and show error i post above ^^.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 27, 2020, 10:18:11 AM
Hi, Doktor! Can you please fix this bug?
[2020-11-27 09:31:29] Internet not found! Please insert internet into miner

Looks like only last version of miner is working now, all previous version stop working
and show error i post above ^^.

Hi, should be ok now


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: Alainmardirossian on November 28, 2020, 12:04:02 PM
Hi

If I care more about stability than hashrate would it be better not to run the boost on administrator mode?

Or regardless it wont matter and it's more a question on card OC settings and malfunction of HW.

Thanks


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: doktor83 on November 28, 2020, 01:30:39 PM
Hi

If I care more about stability than hashrate would it be better not to run the boost on administrator mode?

Or regardless it wont matter and it's more a question on card OC settings and malfunction of HW.

Thanks

If you find the right value for a GPU then running boost shouldn't have any impact on stability of the card.


Title: Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.5.7 - Ethash devfee only 0.65%
Post by: Alainmardirossian on November 28, 2020, 09:33:04 PM
tks Dok


Hi

If I care more about stability than hashrate would it be better not to run the boost on administrator mode?

Or regardless it wont matter and it's more a question on card OC settings and malfunction of HW.

Thanks

If you find the right value for a GPU then running boost shouldn't have any impact on stability of the card.