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January 12, 2018, 04:22:16 PM
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I want to use only 1 thread per physical core on both the CPUs, but I'm not able to do it.

Use the tool I've posted a few posts above (msg27696971) to identify physical cores, and then use the appropriate affinity mask.

Do not underestimate the correct affinity setting, some algos (like lyra2*) are spread between all cores if thread count < core count, e.g. u have 4 cores but wanna use 2 threads, than u may get all 4 cores 50% utilized, and that is not what you usually want :-)

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Thank you for you suggestion.
Here is the output of enum tool from AMD
Code:
C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\enum>enum -more
Local APIC Id= 0
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x0
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 1
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x0
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 2
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x1
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 3
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x1
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 4
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x2
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 5
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x2
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 6
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x3
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 7
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x3
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 8
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x4
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 9
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x4
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 10
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x5
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 11
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x5
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 12
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x6
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 13
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x6
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 14
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x7
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 15
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x7
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 16
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x8
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 17
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x8
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 18
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x9
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 19
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0x9
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 20
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xa
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 21
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xa
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 22
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xb
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 23
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xb
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 24
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xc
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 25
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xc
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 26
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xd
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 27
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xd
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 28
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xe
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 29
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xe
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 30
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xf
nCoreId = 0x0
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Local APIC Id= 31
nApicIdCoreIdSize= 0
HTT = 0x1
nLogicalProcessorCount = 0x10
CmpLegacy = 0x0
nNC = 0x0
nMNC = 0x1
nProcId = 0xf
nCoreId = 0x1
nCPUCoresperProcessor = 0x1
nThreadsperCPUCore = 0x10

Physical Processor ID 0 has 2 cores
as logical processors 0 1
Physical Processor ID 1 has 2 cores
as logical processors 2 3
Physical Processor ID 2 has 2 cores
as logical processors 4 5
Physical Processor ID 3 has 2 cores
as logical processors 6 7
Physical Processor ID 4 has 2 cores
as logical processors 8 9
Physical Processor ID 5 has 2 cores
as logical processors 10 11
Physical Processor ID 6 has 2 cores
as logical processors 12 13
Physical Processor ID 7 has 2 cores
as logical processors 14 15
Physical Processor ID 8 has 2 cores
as logical processors 16 17
Physical Processor ID 9 has 2 cores
as logical processors 18 19
Physical Processor ID 10 has 2 cores
as logical processors 20 21
Physical Processor ID 11 has 2 cores
as logical processors 22 23
Physical Processor ID 12 has 2 cores
as logical processors 24 25
Physical Processor ID 13 has 2 cores
as logical processors 26 27
Physical Processor ID 14 has 2 cores
as logical processors 28 29
Physical Processor ID 15 has 2 cores
as logical processors 30 31

Number of active logical processors: 32
Number of active physical processors: 16
Number of cores per processor: 1
Number of threads per processor core: 16

I'm assuming that using an affinity mask like 0xAAAAAAAA or 0x55555555 it will use only odd or even logical processors of the 32 available. Am I wrong?
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January 12, 2018, 04:49:06 PM
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Cpuminer can only use cores it can see. If it won't use the second package it's because it can't see it.
That's an OS issue.


 Huh
HWMonitor (and many other softwares) can see the second CPU, so IMHO it's not an OS issue.
If you want to further investigate the issue, I can do testing for you.
Thank you again.

You're right, it's not an OS issue, it's a user issue. The OS is only doing what the user configured it to do.

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January 12, 2018, 04:54:55 PM
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You're right, it's not an OS issue, it's a user issue. The OS is only doing what the user configured it to do.

The answer is not clear to me, could you elaborate, please.
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January 12, 2018, 07:00:45 PM
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Here is the output of enum tool from AMD

So, try these two:
-t 16 --cpu-affinity 1431655765
-t 16 --cpu-affinity 2863311530
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January 12, 2018, 07:29:09 PM
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Thank you, but the result is again the same, with both masks.
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January 13, 2018, 11:54:47 AM
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can anyone give me a link on how to under clock my CPU mining?   

I have a GPU rig working in another room, but using my laptop to play around and learn about CPU mining. 

using awesome mining, with miningpoolhub digging for Electroneum. 

click everything I can click and it looks like I can't just tell awesome mining to use less CPU power. 

I did find I can run a VR and only allocate X number of cores and memory to the program, but IMO that is too much work on my personal gaming rig just to play around with.

With out this ability, I will only mine about an hour at a time and shut it down for a few hours.  can't take a chance to hurt my 8 core i7 as it is my work horse for everything else other then mining.

Thanks for any help and links.

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can anyone give me a link on how to under clock my CPU mining?   

I have a GPU rig working in another room, but using my laptop to play around and learn about CPU mining. 

using awesome mining, with miningpoolhub digging for Electroneum. 

click everything I can click and it looks like I can't just tell awesome mining to use less CPU power. 

I did find I can run a VR and only allocate X number of cores and memory to the program, but IMO that is too much work on my personal gaming rig just to play around with.

With out this ability, I will only mine about an hour at a time and shut it down for a few hours.  can't take a chance to hurt my 8 core i7 as it is my work horse for everything else other then mining.

Thanks for any help and links.

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You're bettter off looking in forums dedicated to CPU overclocking. I don't know if laptop CPUs can do it.

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January 14, 2018, 06:20:52 PM
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Hi @ all .
Is it able to get the jayddee miner-opt running on an arm-board ?
model name      : ARMv7 Processor rev 3 (v7l)
I want to use it on an odroid xu4 ...
I know the line in the discribtion "arm-cpu is not supported" , but mayby there is a chance or someone has solved it.
Thx for help
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January 15, 2018, 01:56:30 AM
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I don't see much potential for ARM mining. It's intended for low power devices so it probably has
a bigger performance penalty than a performance oriented architecture. The cost of scaling to x86_64
performance woulbe higher. It's also limited to 128 bit vectors (NEON) at this time while Intel will
have 512 bit vectors on mainstream CPUs later this year. On the software side all the optimized
x86_64 code would have to be rewritten for NEON. That's a huge task. When it comes to mining,
the bigger the better, like a Xeon Phi.

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January 15, 2018, 09:53:17 AM
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Hi, I have two Xeon E5-2695 v4. When I run this miner, it only seems to want to use one physical CPU. Is there any way to use both?

Kind regards.
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January 15, 2018, 01:42:20 PM
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Hi, I have two Xeon E5-2695 v4. When I run this miner, it only seems to want to use one physical CPU. Is there any way to use both?

Kind regards.

Try -t 36 --cpu-affinity 0x555555555555555555
or -t72 --cpu-affinity 0xffffffffffffffffff

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Hi, I have two Xeon E5-2695 v4. When I run this miner, it only seems to want to use one physical CPU. Is there any way to use both?

Kind regards.

Try -t 36 --cpu-affinity 0x555555555555555555
or -t72 --cpu-affinity 0xffffffffffffffffff

Thanks for the suggestion, I just tried both of the above, and neither worked, still only one physical CPU being used.
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I getting fed up with people who don't know how to use their system then come here whining without
providing any useful information. I will no longer ask. If the initial post has insufficient information I
will simply ignore it.

Dual CPU systems and their operating systems are much more complicated that regular desktops.
Learn how to use them properly before complaining here.

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I getting fed up with people who don't know how to use their system then come here whining without
providing any useful information. I will no longer ask. If the initial post has insufficient information I
will simply ignore it.

Dual CPU systems and their operating systems are much more complicated that regular desktops.
Learn how to use them properly before complaining here.

I apologise for making you fed up, it wasn't my intention. Thanks for your help.
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I keep getting the following error:

./cpuminer -a x11 --benchmark

         **********  cpuminer-opt 3.7.9  ***********
     A CPU miner with multi algo support and optimized for CPUs
     with AES_NI and AVX2 and SHA extensions.
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CPU:         Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10GHz.
SW built on Jan 16 2018 with GCC 7.2.0.
CPU features: SSE2 AVX.
SW features: SSE2 AVX.
Algo features: SSE2 AES AVX AVX2 4WAY.
A CPU with AES and AVX2 is required!

Thank you in advance for the effort and work dedicated to this software.
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I keep getting the following error:

./cpuminer -a x11 --benchmark

         **********  cpuminer-opt 3.7.9  ***********
     A CPU miner with multi algo support and optimized for CPUs
     with AES_NI and AVX2 and SHA extensions.
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CPU:         Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10GHz.
SW built on Jan 16 2018 with GCC 7.2.0.
CPU features: SSE2 AVX.
SW features: SSE2 AVX.
Algo features: SSE2 AES AVX AVX2 4WAY.
A CPU with AES and AVX2 is required!

Thank you in advance for the effort and work dedicated to this software.

I had incorrectly assumed a CPU with AVX also has AES. The i3-2100 doesn't have AES.
I'll fix that in the next release (very soon).
In the meantime you can use an older version or compile with only SSE42

Thanks for reporting.

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January 16, 2018, 08:20:32 PM
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cpuminer-opt-3.7.10

4way optimizations for lyra2rev2, lyra2h, quark, timetravel8, timetravel10
   x11evo, blakecoin.
Faster x13sm3 (hsr).
Added share difficulty to accepted message.

Also fixed support for i3-2100 (AVX but no AES).

https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/releases/tag/v3.7.10

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January 16, 2018, 09:11:33 PM
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cpuminer-opt-3.7.10

4way optimizations for lyra2rev2, lyra2h, quark, timetravel8, timetravel10
   x11evo, blakecoin.
Faster x13sm3 (hsr).
Added share difficulty to accepted message.

Also fixed support for i3-2100 (AVX but no AES).

https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/releases/tag/v3.7.10

the link is downloading 3.6.10
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cpuminer-opt-3.7.10

4way optimizations for lyra2rev2, lyra2h, quark, timetravel8, timetravel10
   x11evo, blakecoin.
Faster x13sm3 (hsr).
Added share difficulty to accepted message.

Also fixed support for i3-2100 (AVX but no AES).

https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/releases/tag/v3.7.10

the link is downloading 3.6.10

Silly mistake, fixed.

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January 16, 2018, 09:28:58 PM
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cpuminer-opt-3.7.10

4way optimizations for lyra2rev2, lyra2h, quark, timetravel8, timetravel10
   x11evo, blakecoin.
Faster x13sm3 (hsr).
Added share difficulty to accepted message.

Also fixed support for i3-2100 (AVX but no AES).

https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/releases/tag/v3.7.10

the link is downloading 3.6.10

Silly mistake, fixed.

thanks... much appreciated
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