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Author Topic: [ANN]: cpuminer-opt v3.8.8.1, open source optimized multi-algo CPU miner  (Read 419364 times)
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February 26, 2018, 06:11:58 PM
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What best instruction for i7 7700k?

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February 26, 2018, 07:49:15 PM
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"2018-02-26 20:41:55] CPU #0: 584 H, 15.35 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:42:50] stratum_recv_line failed
[2018-02-26 20:42:50] CPU #0: 863 H, 15.68 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:42:50] Stratum difficulty set to 0.001
[2018-02-26 20:43:20] lyra2z330 block 251834, network diff 0.390
[2018-02-26 20:43:20] CPU #0: 495 H, 16.62 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:44:24] CPU #0: 998 H, 15.58 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:44:32] lyra2z330 block 251835, network diff 0.414
[2018-02-26 20:44:32] CPU #0: 110 H, 14.89 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:44:59] Share submitted.
[2018-02-26 20:44:59] CPU #0: 424 H, 15.92 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:44:59] Accepted 190/192 (99.0%), diff 1.58e-05, 15.92 H/s, 0C
[2018-02-26 20:45:59] Share submitted.
[2018-02-26 20:45:59] CPU #0: 948 H, 15.78 H/s
[2018-02-26 20:45:59] Accepted 191/193 (99.0%), diff 6.69e-06, 15.78 H/s, 0C
[2018-02-26 20:46:28] Stratum difficulty set to 0.00016667
[2018-02-26 20:46:29] lyra2z330 block 251836, network diff 0.414
[2018-02-26 20:46:29] CPU #0: 485 H, 16.16 H/s"

Im mining zoin using vps for tested
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February 27, 2018, 02:19:02 PM
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Hi,
is this cpuminer included as part of sniffdogminer package locayed here:
https://github.com/ahashpool/Sniffdogminer/releases

If not, can I run this cpuminer alongside sniffdog?
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February 27, 2018, 10:10:00 PM
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all flavors crash mining neoscrypt on windows 10 using intel avx2 capable cpu (i7 gen 8 ) : cpuminer-opt v3.8.3.3
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February 27, 2018, 11:31:59 PM
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Errata:

Neoscrypt crashes on Windows, use legacy version.


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February 28, 2018, 07:35:48 PM
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But the bottom line, hashrate is a function of how many hashes can a processor calculate

Agree with your comments about pool stats, that is what I am aiming to replicate because
it represents actual earnings.

But CPU performance is static, once it's benchmarked why would you need/want continuous
monitoring?



I'm using an automated script (personal fork of Megaminer) for all benchmarking and mining.
For benchmarking, I prefer to mine to a real pool, while also earning a little, without having to use "--benchmark"
For some algos, the time until initial share can be very high (as in minutes), which makes for unnecessary long benchmark
Sometimes the first share is submitted very fast (often happens for me with Lyra2z), and the reported rate, until the next share is submitted, is of 1 or 2 threads, which is very low and thus skews the benchmark
It is also used in a watchdog to see that the miner really works as it should

I'll consider that after I come up with a better way to report earnings. I'll have to figure out how pools convert a share
to a hashrate then do the same calculation locally if I have all the variables. That would be a new data term that would
probably be measured in hash rate and would be normalized based on share submission rate and share difficulty.
The existing HS or KHS could then be used as you request and represent CPU performance.
That would be "effective hashrate", its highly luck based, and not suitable for benchmarking.
Although it could be nice to have to see how is you luck Wink

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February 28, 2018, 10:14:07 PM
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That would be "effective hashrate", its highly luck based, and not suitable for benchmarking.
Although it could be nice to have to see how is you luck Wink

Precisely why I want real data when mining. Benchmarking is done in a controlled environment
free of extraneous variables like network latency, It's a theoretical value, essentialy a specification,
like a car's fuel consumtion rating. I don't need the fuel consumtion rating displayed on my dashboard
when I'm driving. I want real data, like fuel remaining and kms driven so I know how well it's
performing vs the specification.

I still have no idea why you would want theoretical data when real data is available.


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February 28, 2018, 10:29:11 PM
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That would be "effective hashrate", its highly luck based, and not suitable for benchmarking.
Although it could be nice to have to see how is you luck Wink

Precisely why I want real data when mining. Benchmarking is done in a controlled environment
free of extraneous variables like network latency, It's a theoretical value, essentialy a specification,
like a car's fuel consumtion rating. I don't need the fuel consumtion rating displayed on my dashboard
when I'm driving. I want real data, like fuel remaining and kms driven so I know how well it's
performing vs the specification.

I still have no idea why you would want theoretical data when real data is available.



Theoretical data allows me to immediately detect if anything is affecting the hashrate while mining (by comparing to the benchmark)
Be it overlocking, background process, other miner (GPU) or whatever and adjust accordingly

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March 01, 2018, 12:07:48 AM
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That would be "effective hashrate", its highly luck based, and not suitable for benchmarking.
Although it could be nice to have to see how is you luck Wink

Precisely why I want real data when mining. Benchmarking is done in a controlled environment
free of extraneous variables like network latency, It's a theoretical value, essentialy a specification,
like a car's fuel consumtion rating. I don't need the fuel consumtion rating displayed on my dashboard
when I'm driving. I want real data, like fuel remaining and kms driven so I know how well it's
performing vs the specification.

I still have no idea why you would want theoretical data when real data is available.



Theoretical data allows me to immediately detect if anything is affecting the hashrate while mining (by comparing to the benchmark)
Be it overlocking, background process, other miner (GPU) or whatever and adjust accordingly


End to end monitoring will identify those issues as well as networking and pool issues. If you are concerned specifically
about system performance, run a system monitor. Cpuminer is not a system monitor and should not be used as one.




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March 02, 2018, 07:10:09 AM
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Hi!
Hope you help me. I have a 1PC for run cpuminer-opt without root access. But can compile it on my home PC. Is any way to compile cpuminer-opt with all dependencies? Otherwise I get errors "can not find *******.so" on 1PC. thanks in advance
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March 02, 2018, 02:58:59 PM
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Hi!
Hope you help me. I have a 1PC for run cpuminer-opt without root access. But can compile it on my home PC. Is any way to compile cpuminer-opt with all dependencies? Otherwise I get errors "can not find *******.so" on 1PC. thanks in advance

That is an issue between you and the owner of the PC. I won't help you.

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March 02, 2018, 04:32:24 PM
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No any criminal. This is prepaid deducted server in internet. Even with root access I can not compile due to old centos version
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March 02, 2018, 05:16:31 PM
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Any insights for how to resolve this compile error:

Code:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpthreadGC2

This is a 4P Opteron 6278 box running Ubuntu 16.04.

Did do:

Code:
sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev libgmp-dev automake
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo CFLAGS="-O3 -march=native -Wall" CXXFLAGS="$CFLAGS -std=gnu++11" ./configure --with-curl
make

Even tried:

Code:
sudo apt-get install libevent-pthreads-2.0-5
sudo apt-get install libpthread-stubs0-dev

...to no avail. Any insight or assistance would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!

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March 02, 2018, 09:56:59 PM
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How to use CPU mining XMR in MiningPoolHub ?

First time of me T T
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March 03, 2018, 06:11:36 AM
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Any insights for how to resolve this compile error:

Code:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpthreadGC2

This is a 4P Opteron 6278 box running Ubuntu 16.04.

Did do:

Code:
sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev libgmp-dev automake
sudo ./autogen.sh
sudo CFLAGS="-O3 -march=native -Wall" CXXFLAGS="$CFLAGS -std=gnu++11" ./configure --with-curl
make

Even tried:

Code:
sudo apt-get install libevent-pthreads-2.0-5
sudo apt-get install libpthread-stubs0-dev

...to no avail. Any insight or assistance would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!

Have you tried using ./build.sh? It's always best to use the recommended procedure first,
at least before reporting problems.

Unless you're using the legacy version (and you shouldn't with that CPU) you don't need CXXFLAGS.

As for the errors, pthreadGC2 is linked for Windows cross compile, I don't know why it's trying to
link it here. No one else has reported that problem and a lot of people use Ubuntu 16.04.
It should be just pthread.

Edit: I should note I didn't have to install anything special on Mint 18 (Ubuntu 16.04) for pthread.

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March 03, 2018, 06:16:54 AM
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How to use CPU mining XMR in MiningPoolHub ?

First time of me T T

There should be instructions at the pool. Most versions of cpuminer use the same syntax, you can always
try --help.  You should also read README.txt to determine the best exe for your CPU.

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March 03, 2018, 02:26:57 PM
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Have you tried using ./build.sh? It's always best to use the recommended procedure first,
at least before reporting problems.

Unless you're using the legacy version (and you shouldn't with that CPU) you don't need CXXFLAGS.

As for the errors, pthreadGC2 is linked for Windows cross compile, I don't know why it's trying to
link it here. No one else has reported that problem and a lot of people use Ubuntu 16.04.
It should be just pthread.

Edit: I should note I didn't have to install anything special on Mint 18 (Ubuntu 16.04) for pthread.

Yes - sorry, I should have mentioned that I tried build.sh first and it results in the same error, hence the attempt to take it step by step. I might try giving the drive another clean wipe and fresh install and try again then. Thanks for your reply!

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March 04, 2018, 03:00:54 AM
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Hi, I use cpuminer-opt-3.8.3.3-windows with cpu e5 2680(win server 2k12 R2) for yescryptr16 . But speed is slower when set -t is higher. for example -t 1 (144h / core), -t 4 (84h / core) -t 10(36h / core), who can help me ?
With -t 4
[2018-03-03 18:55:49] CPU #0: 438 H, 84.69 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:55:49] CPU #3: 438 H, 84.69 H/s
with -t 10
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #6: 1101 H, 36.10 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #7: 1101 H, 36.10 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #3: 1112 H, 36.46 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #4: 1102 H, 36.13 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #8: 1102 H, 36.13 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #1: 1101 H, 36.10 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #9: 1101 H, 36.10 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #5: 1102 H, 36.13 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #0: 1101 H, 36.10 H/s
[2018-03-03 18:59:03] CPU #2: 1110 H, 36.39 H/s

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March 06, 2018, 05:12:35 PM
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Attention users of Debian 8 Jessie.

Two users have reported that cpuminer-opt no longer compiles under Debian 8 as of v3.8.1. A code change
in that version introduced a SIMD instrinsic function that is not recognized by the Debain 8 compiler although
it is valid for the CPU architecture. It compiles successfully in Debian 9.

Debian 8 users are encouraged to upgrade to Debian 9 to take advantage of new optimizations avaiable in
the latest release of cpuminer-opt.

Further information:

https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/issues/105
https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt/issues/84

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March 08, 2018, 11:10:32 PM
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Hi.

Got the same problem as "Dead Things", but on an 2x Intel Xeon E5645 using Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
On systems with AVX I am using the precompiled linux version, but it is not possible to use this one on systems without AVX.

Tried to compile, and ran into the same problems.

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mv -f asm/.deps/cpuminer-aesb-x64.Tpo asm/.deps/cpuminer-aesb-x64.Po
mv -f asm/.deps/cpuminer-scrypt-x64.Tpo asm/.deps/cpuminer-scrypt-x64.Po
mv -f algo/yescrypt/.deps/cpuminer-sha256_Y.Tpo algo/yescrypt/.deps/cpuminer-sha256_Y.Po
mv -f algo/yescrypt/.deps/cpuminer-yescrypt-simd.Tpo algo/yescrypt/.deps/cpuminer-yescrypt-simd.Po
g++  -g -O2 -L/root/usr/lib -Lyes/lib  -L/root/usr/lib -Lyes/lib  -o cpuminer cpuminer-cpu-miner.o cpuminer-util.o cpuminer-uint256.o cpuminer-api.o cpuminer-sysinfos.o cpuminer-algo-gate-api.o crypto/cpuminer-oaes_lib.o crypto/cpuminer-c_keccak.o crypto/cpuminer-c_groestl.o crypto/cpuminer-c_blake256.o crypto/cpuminer-c_jh.o crypto/cpuminer-c_skein.o crypto/cpuminer-hash.o crypto/cpuminer-aesb.o crypto/cpuminer-magimath.o algo/argon2d/argon2d/cpuminer-opt.o algo/argon2d/argon2d/cpuminer-core.o algo/argon2d/argon2d/cpuminer-encoding.o algo/argon2d/argon2d/cpuminer-thread.o algo/argon2d/blake2/cpuminer-blake2b.o algo/argon2d/cpuminer-argon2d-crds-gate.o algo/argon2d/cpuminer-argon2d-dyn-gate.o algo/argon2d/argon2d/cpuminer-argon2.o algo/blake/cpuminer-sph_blake.o algo/blake/cpuminer-blake-hash-4way.o algo/blake/cpuminer-blake-gate.o algo/blake/cpuminer-blake.o algo/blake/cpuminer-blake-4way.o algo/blake/cpuminer-sph_blake2b.o algo/blake/cpuminer-blake2b.o 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algo/qubit/cpuminer-qubit-2way.o algo/qubit/cpuminer-deep-gate.o algo/qubit/cpuminer-deep-2way.o algo/qubit/cpuminer-deep.o algo/ripemd/cpuminer-sph_ripemd.o algo/ripemd/cpuminer-ripemd-hash-4way.o algo/ripemd/cpuminer-lbry-gate.o algo/ripemd/cpuminer-lbry.o algo/ripemd/cpuminer-lbry-4way.o algo/cpuminer-scrypt.o algo/scryptjane/cpuminer-scrypt-jane.o algo/sha/cpuminer-sph_sha2.o algo/sha/cpuminer-sph_sha2big.o algo/sha/cpuminer-sha2-hash-4way.o algo/sha/cpuminer-sha2.o algo/sha/cpuminer-sha256t.o algo/shabal/cpuminer-sph_shabal.o algo/shabal/cpuminer-shabal-hash-4way.o algo/shavite/cpuminer-sph_shavite.o algo/shavite/cpuminer-sph-shavite-aesni.o algo/shavite/cpuminer-shavite.o algo/simd/cpuminer-sph_simd.o algo/simd/cpuminer-nist.o algo/simd/cpuminer-vector.o algo/simd/cpuminer-simd-hash-2way.o algo/skein/cpuminer-sph_skein.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein-hash-4way.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein-4way.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein-gate.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein2.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein2-4way.o algo/skein/cpuminer-skein2-gate.o algo/sm3/cpuminer-sm3.o algo/sm3/cpuminer-sm3-hash-4way.o algo/tiger/cpuminer-sph_tiger.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-sph_whirlpool.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-whirlpool-hash-4way.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-whirlpool-gate.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-whirlpool-4way.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-whirlpool.o algo/whirlpool/cpuminer-whirlpoolx.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11gost-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11gost.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11gost-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-c11-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-c11.o algo/x11/cpuminer-c11-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-tribus-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-tribus.o algo/x11/cpuminer-tribus-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel10-gate.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel10.o algo/x11/cpuminer-timetravel10-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-fresh.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11evo.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11evo-4way.o algo/x11/cpuminer-x11evo-gate.o algo/x12/cpuminer-x12-gate.o algo/x12/cpuminer-x12.o algo/x12/cpuminer-x12-4way.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13-gate.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13-4way.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13sm3-gate.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13sm3.o algo/x13/cpuminer-x13sm3-4way.o algo/x13/cpuminer-phi1612-gate.o algo/x13/cpuminer-phi1612.o algo/x13/cpuminer-phi1612-4way.o algo/x13/cpuminer-skunk-gate.o algo/x13/cpuminer-skunk-4way.o algo/x13/cpuminer-skunk.o algo/x13/cpuminer-drop.o algo/x14/cpuminer-x14-gate.o algo/x14/cpuminer-x14.o algo/x14/cpuminer-x14-4way.o algo/x14/cpuminer-veltor-gate.o algo/x14/cpuminer-veltor.o algo/x14/cpuminer-veltor-4way.o algo/x14/cpuminer-polytimos-gate.o algo/x14/cpuminer-polytimos.o algo/x14/cpuminer-polytimos-4way.o algo/x14/cpuminer-axiom.o algo/x15/cpuminer-x15-gate.o algo/x15/cpuminer-x15.o algo/x15/cpuminer-x15-4way.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x17-gate.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x17.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x17-4way.o algo/x17/cpuminer-xevan-gate.o algo/x17/cpuminer-xevan.o algo/x17/cpuminer-xevan-4way.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x16r-gate.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x16r.o algo/x17/cpuminer-x16r-4way.o algo/x17/cpuminer-hmq1725.o algo/yescrypt/cpuminer-yescrypt.o algo/yescrypt/cpuminer-sha256_Y.o algo/yescrypt/cpuminer-yescrypt-simd.o asm/cpuminer-neoscrypt_asm.o  asm/cpuminer-sha2-x64.o asm/cpuminer-scrypt-x64.o asm/cpuminer-aesb-x64.o   -lcurl -lz -lssl -lcrypto -ljansson -lpthreadGC2  -lssl -lcrypto -lgmp
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpthreadGC2
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:1776: die Regel für Ziel „cpuminer“ scheiterte
make[2]: *** [cpuminer] Fehler 1
make[2]: Verzeichnis „/tmp/cpuminer-argon2d“ wird verlassen
Makefile:5472: die Regel für Ziel „all-recursive“ scheiterte
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Fehler 1
make[1]: Verzeichnis „/tmp/cpuminer-argon2d“ wird verlassen
Makefile:876: die Regel für Ziel „all“ scheiterte
make: *** [all] Fehler 2
strip: ‚cpuminer‛: Keine solche Datei

I read the last posts in this thread to find help, but found "Dead Things" who has the same issue :=)
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