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Author Topic: [ANN]: cpuminer-opt v3.8.8.1, open source optimized multi-algo CPU miner  (Read 419410 times)
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January 29, 2018, 10:13:24 PM
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How can I choose cpu-affinity for 32 cores correctly?
And why CPU # 30: 512 H, 349.15 H / s other CPUs # 17: 301 H, 321.58 H / s?
Was it CPU # 30 more successful?)
Thank you

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CPU: AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6282 SE              .
SW built on Jan 23 2018 with GCC 5.3.1.
CPU features: SSE2 AES AVX.
SW features: SSE2.
Algo features: SSE2 SHA.
Start mining with SSE2.

[2018-01-29 23:56:17] 32 CPU cores available, 31 miner threads selected.
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://pool.work:3333
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0 (mask 1)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 1 to cpu 1 (mask 2)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 2 to cpu 2 (mask 4)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 3 to cpu 3 (mask Cool
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 4 to cpu 4 (mask 10)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 5 to cpu 5 (mask 20)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 7 to cpu 7 (mask 80)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 8 to cpu 8 (mask 100)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 6 to cpu 6 (mask 40)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 10 to cpu 10 (mask 400)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 9 to cpu 9 (mask 200)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 11 to cpu 11 (mask 800)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 12 to cpu 12 (mask 1000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 13 to cpu 13 (mask 2000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 15 to cpu 15 (mask 8000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 16 to cpu 16 (mask 10000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 17 to cpu 17 (mask 20000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 20 to cpu 20 (mask 100000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 14 to cpu 14 (mask 4000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 21 to cpu 21 (mask 200000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 18 to cpu 18 (mask 40000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 19 to cpu 19 (mask 80000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 22 to cpu 22 (mask 400000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 23 to cpu 23 (mask 800000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] 31 miner threads started, using 'yescrypt' algorithm.
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 25 to cpu 25 (mask 2000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 26 to cpu 26 (mask 4000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 27 to cpu 27 (mask 8000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 28 to cpu 28 (mask 10000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 29 to cpu 29 (mask 20000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 30 to cpu 30 (mask 40000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:17] Binding thread 24 to cpu 24 (mask 1000000)
[2018-01-29 23:56:18] Stratum session id: deadbeefcafebabe9007000000000000
[2018-01-29 23:56:18] Stratum difficulty set to 0.5
[2018-01-29 23:56:21] stratum extranonce subscribe timed out
[2018-01-29 23:56:21] DEBUG: job_id='738' extranonce2=00000000 ntime=5a6f9878
[2018-01-29 23:56:21] jp.kotopool.work:3333 asks job 1848 for block 68441
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] DEBUG: hash <= target
Hash:   0000f8277dcef3f6be6e0e069cea6a8e943a9d3f91e89813b2d4a64510ee1f28
Target: 0001fffe00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] Share submitted.
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #24: 328 H, 313.81 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] Accepted 1/1 (100%), diff 1.57e-005, 313.81 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #30: 512 H, 349.15 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #26: 512 H, 318.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #27: 512 H, 318.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #25: 512 H, 318.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #15: 512 H, 318.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #28: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #29: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #20: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #4: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #18: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #1: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #17: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #10: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #11: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #19: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #16: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #6: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #5: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #21: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #9: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #8: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #14: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #0: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #13: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #12: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #3: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #7: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #22: 512 H, 315.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #23: 512 H, 309.63 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:23] CPU #2: 512 H, 309.63 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] DEBUG: job_id='739' extranonce2=00000000 ntime=5a6f988a
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] yescrypt block 68442, diff 0.094
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #17: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #16: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #27: 307 H, 322.61 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #26: 308 H, 323.67 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #9: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #8: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #22: 300 H, 320.51 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #30: 388 H, 355.31 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #3: 300 H, 320.51 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #29: 307 H, 327.99 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #28: 307 H, 327.99 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #4: 303 H, 323.72 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #5: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #1: 302 H, 322.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #0: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #10: 302 H, 322.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #11: 302 H, 322.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #14: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #15: 305 H, 320.51 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #7: 300 H, 320.51 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #18: 303 H, 323.72 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #19: 302 H, 322.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #13: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #12: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #2: 288 H, 318.30 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #6: 301 H, 321.58 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #20: 305 H, 325.85 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #21: 302 H, 322.65 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #23: 289 H, 319.41 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #24: 492 H, 325.14 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:24] CPU #25: 307 H, 322.61 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] DEBUG: hash <= target
Hash:   0000b106a8a8510553a53814654c675d8e2315c38e5d940ebe283ee62cdacbc0
Target: 0001fffe00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] Share submitted.
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] CPU #6: 310 H, 320.51 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] Accepted 2/2 (100%), diff 2.21e-005, 10.03 kH/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] DEBUG: hash <= target
Hash:   00004a6058c2c8d8303fde175d57a965d508a82070709e8753a089a3429c3ad0
Target: 0001fffe00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] Share submitted.
[2018-01-29 23:56:25] CPU #30: 445 H, 356.57 H/s
[2018-01-29 23:56:26] Accepted 3/3 (100%), diff 5.25e-005, 10.03 kH/s
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January 29, 2018, 11:27:48 PM
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just tried this for testing purposes using 3.8.0 avx2.exe  on windows 10 mining skein

16.5MH/s on an i7-8700k @ 5GHz CPU temp stable @ 85C with EKWB watercooling

[2018-01-29 15:26:08] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:17016
[2018-01-29 15:26:08] 12 miner threads started, using 'skein' algorithm.
[2018-01-29 15:26:08] Stratum difficulty set to 1
[2018-01-29 15:26:08] skein block 5994452, diff 134873.038
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #3: 524.29 kH, 1504.35 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #2: 524.29 kH, 1497.90 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #7: 524.29 kH, 1456.29 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #6: 524.29 kH, 1450.26 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #1: 524.29 kH, 1409.32 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #11: 524.29 kH, 1409.32 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #5: 524.29 kH, 1356.45 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #9: 524.29 kH, 1304.16 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #0: 524.29 kH, 1120.24 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #8: 524.29 kH, 1122.64 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #4: 524.29 kH, 1067.76 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:09] CPU #10: 524.29 kH, 982.71 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] skein block 5994453, diff 131130.120
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #2: 2323.61 kH, 1448.64 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #3: 2401.89 kH, 1496.50 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #9: 2203.00 kH, 1420.83 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #7: 2362.30 kH, 1482.00 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #6: 2294.30 kH, 1441.14 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #11: 2375.31 kH, 1502.41 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #0: 1652.95 kH, 1112.73 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #1: 2001.09 kH, 1264.91 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #5: 2051.24 kH, 1308.61 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #4: 1675.86 kH, 1145.89 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #8: 1937.45 kH, 1305.56 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:11] CPU #10: 2090.29 kH, 1473.07 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] skein block 5994454, diff 126402.430
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #10: 11.99 MH, 1471.35 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #7: 12.11 MH, 1485.39 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #6: 11.68 MH, 1432.83 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #9: 11.54 MH, 1415.31 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #5: 10.80 MH, 1325.34 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #0: 9082.74 kH, 1114.52 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #2: 11.71 MH, 1436.83 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #11: 12.19 MH, 1495.83 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #8: 10.57 MH, 1297.93 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #3: 12.13 MH, 1488.67 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #4: 9026.26 kH, 1107.79 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:19] CPU #1: 10.67 MH, 1308.57 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] skein block 5994455, diff 124158.816
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #3: 16.78 MH, 1492.24 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #10: 16.52 MH, 1467.62 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #11: 16.91 MH, 1503.36 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #9: 16.06 MH, 1427.46 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #8: 14.33 MH, 1273.92 kH/s
[2018-01-29 15:26:30] CPU #2: 16.23 MH, 1442.79 kH/s
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January 30, 2018, 12:23:54 AM
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How can I choose cpu-affinity for 32 cores correctly?
And why CPU # 30: 512 H, 349.15 H / s other CPUs # 17: 301 H, 321.58 H / s?
Was it CPU # 30 more successful?)
Thank you

You need to understand the architecture of your CPU. With Intel CPUs I have never had
an opportunity when I needed to set a custom cpu affinity. If I select 4 threads on
a 4C/8T i7 it runs one thread on each physical core, just as it should.

There is a belief that AMD CPUs map threads to cores differently and the default affinity
does not evenly distribute the miner threads aming the CPU cores and have suggested
using an alternating pattern where threads are alocated to every second logical core.

I don't have an AMD CPU so I have no advice to give. Maybe someday someone will come
up with a definitive answer.

In the meantime the guidelines for CPU affinity:

1. Never use it unless you are mining with fewer threads than locical CPUs.

3. In most cases the default is best.

3. Know your CPU architecture before messing with affinity.

4. Know if there is a problem with the default before messing with custom affinity.
Monitor CPU usage and teperature so you can confirm there is a problem before
thinking about using a custom affinity. If you can't confirm the default is wrong,
don't mess with it.




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Last edit: January 30, 2018, 01:08:59 AM by andnet
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i7 2600k  SAndybridge   win64  Veriumcoin
cpuminer not start crush (3.5  3.7 3.8 all)
batfile with      cpuminer-aes-avx.exe -a scrypt:1048576 -o stratum+tcp://pool-eu.bloxstor.com:3003 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhkJRFPHAxE7.DOM -p 1
help me start cpuminer and write cpu-affinity
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January 30, 2018, 03:15:07 AM
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i7 2600k  SAndybridge   win64  Veriumcoin
cpuminer not start crush (3.5  3.7 3.8 all)
batfile with      cpuminer-aes-avx.exe -a scrypt:1048576 -o stratum+tcp://pool-eu.bloxstor.com:3003 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhkJRFPHAxE7.DOM -p 1
help me start cpuminer and write cpu-affinity

That exe should work with your CPU. Are you sure it's crashing or is the window just closing?
You won't see error messages unless there is a pause in your bat file. The most common problem
with verium is running out of memory. The error messages can confirm this. Add more RAM or
reduce the number of threads.

Don't set affinity, always use the deafult!

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January 30, 2018, 06:38:47 AM
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cpu i3-4160, speed 200 kh/s with lyra2z algo Cheesy
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January 30, 2018, 01:28:47 PM
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i7 2600k  SAndybridge   win64  Veriumcoin
cpuminer not start crush (3.5  3.7 3.8 all)
batfile with      cpuminer-aes-avx.exe -a scrypt:1048576 -o stratum+tcp://pool-eu.bloxstor.com:3003 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhkJRFPHAxE7.DOM -p 1
help me start cpuminer and write cpu-affinity

Add more RAM or
reduce the number of threads.

Don't set affinity, always use the deafult!

not have time in few days to check... if you...  maybe useful?
https://github.com/lucasjones/cpuminer-multi/pull/77/files
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January 30, 2018, 11:09:49 PM
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hello, I have an i5 2500S that should have AES-NI. does this mean your cpuminer-opt is better than the cpuminer-multi? I'm just looking for the best scrypt miner for this intel i5 2500S processor. I've gotten up to 200 h/s on xmr-stak but that is cryptonight. would appreciate for some input
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January 30, 2018, 11:43:25 PM
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i7 2600k  SAndybridge   win64  Veriumcoin
cpuminer not start crush (3.5  3.7 3.8 all)
batfile with      cpuminer-aes-avx.exe -a scrypt:1048576 -o stratum+tcp://pool-eu.bloxstor.com:3003 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhkJRFPHAxE7.DOM -p 1
help me start cpuminer and write cpu-affinity

That exe should work with your CPU. Are you sure it's crashing or is the window just closing?
You won't see error messages unless there is a pause in your bat file. The most common problem
with verium is running out of memory. The error messages can confirm this. Add more RAM or
reduce the number of threads.

Don't set affinity, always use the deafult!
Work with cryptonight  cpuminer fine   . affinity 85 -t 4 ( but 300 H only...xmr stak - 380 H on my 2600K)
 With  this scrypt work only 2 threads, 3456 atc not work  Algo not optimiz.
Tnx
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January 31, 2018, 12:02:07 AM
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hello, I have an i5 2500S that should have AES-NI. does this mean your cpuminer-opt is better than the cpuminer-multi? I'm just looking for the best scrypt miner for this intel i5 2500S processor. I've gotten up to 200 h/s on xmr-stak but that is cryptonight. would appreciate for some input

It depends on the algo. Scrypt doesn't use AES so probably not. Cryptonight does so use a miner
with support for AES_NI.

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January 31, 2018, 10:31:07 AM
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hello, I have an i5 2500S that should have AES-NI. does this mean your cpuminer-opt is better than the cpuminer-multi? I'm just looking for the best scrypt miner for this intel i5 2500S processor. I've gotten up to 200 h/s on xmr-stak but that is cryptonight. would appreciate for some input
mine yescrypt he is more lucrative than xmr

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February 02, 2018, 08:00:01 PM
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hi,
possible to use in solo mining for ZOI?
if yes any documentation?
many thanks,
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February 02, 2018, 11:52:30 PM
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hi,
possible to use in solo mining for ZOI?
if yes any documentation?
many thanks,
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Unless someone reading here has actually tried it you're probably better off asking in the ZOI thread.
If ZOI supports getwork protocol then you should be able to solo mine with cpuminer-opt. You'll need
the specific instructions for ZOI.

Caveat: Not all algos in cpuminer have been tested with getwork. If you're double sure you're  doing
everythig right, come back and report your results and I'll look into it.   

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February 02, 2018, 11:56:25 PM
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i tried once and iirc it was not throwing any error but i also could not verify it was working. However solo mining hexx was possible (it uses the same algo). Hope this helps
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Last edit: February 03, 2018, 12:29:58 AM by joblo
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i tried once and iirc it was not throwing any error but i also could not verify it was working. However solo mining hexx was possible (it uses the same algo). Hope this helps

After I posted my reply I read a PM from Hexxodev and it appears a wallet upgrade has
dropped getwork for GBT. GBT in cpuminer-opt likely doesn't work.

Getwork is known to work with most algos (after a couple of fixes)  as they all use the same protocol.
Cryptonight is the only algo known not to work (different protocol).

GBT, on the other hand is completely unknown.

Edit: it looks like ccminer is having a similar issue with coins switching to GBT.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=770064.msg29443429#msg29443429

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February 03, 2018, 02:47:42 AM
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Hi. I have only ~650H/s with my 4690k (lyra2z330), what's wrong?
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February 03, 2018, 03:02:52 AM
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Hi. I have only ~650H/s with my 4690k (lyra2z330), what's wrong?

There's nothing wrong or you're doing something wrong. Take your pick.
Want a better answer ask a better question.

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February 03, 2018, 04:56:35 AM
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PLS ADD BTVcoin  this coin  https://www.bitvote.one/       https://github.com/bitcoinvote/cpuminer-multi,  POOLs   http://bitvotepool.com/workers   https://www.vvpool.com/   thinks.
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February 03, 2018, 12:38:04 PM
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PLS ADD BTVcoin  this coin  https://www.bitvote.one/       https://github.com/bitcoinvote/cpuminer-multi,  POOLs   http://bitvotepool.com/workers   https://www.vvpool.com/   thinks.

if you ask add - it's need to tell community that BTVcoin  HAVE lol 20% fees if mining....
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February 03, 2018, 05:00:51 PM
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Is anywhere benchmark of lyra2z for CPUs? Tnx.
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