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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v14.7 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6356509 times)
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February 19, 2018, 06:56:54 PM
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Can someone help me with this please...

I'm dual mining ETH+SIA on Nanopool with few nVidia cards. Eth is showing just fine but Sia is showing 0 earnings after quite some time and you can see there were some shares...

https://sia.nanopool.org/account/5682ff6799aaaae84866e9ee6167ef53644d3c4b3b7d909d4c2d9fa35dc2a512a98a3b98aaa3

Here is bat content that I got with nanopool generator:

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x1249d67b4cd1ae115fb2534d5cde0257d0b3ae14.kopac1/glavaso@gmail.com -epsw x -dcoin sia -dpool stratum+tcp://sia-eu1.nanopool.org:7777 -dwal 5682ff6799aaaae84866e9ee6167ef53644d3c4b3b7d909d4c2d9fa35dc2a512a98a3b98aaa3/kopac1/glavaso@gmail.com -dpsw x -ftime 10

First of all i dont think you should mine sia now. Anyways, I had the same problem long back ago when i mined sia, but after some days the coins appeared. Dont ask me why, but wait some more time, or contact with them.

Thank you.

I mine ZCL with my primary rig (on Suprnova) and I'm testing ETH+Sia on Nanopool with 1 card now...

Is there something else that you would recommend for dual mining?

I'm not familiarized with nvidia cards. But you should try ETH+ All coins you are interested in. For example, test Decreed, Pascal, Verge, SmartCash, etc. And see on "What to Mine" wich pair is better for your card, and for you so. My opinion only ofc Smiley
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February 19, 2018, 06:59:40 PM
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Can someone help me with this please...

I'm dual mining ETH+SIA on Nanopool with few nVidia cards. Eth is showing just fine but Sia is showing 0 earnings after quite some time and you can see there were some shares...

https://sia.nanopool.org/account/5682ff6799aaaae84866e9ee6167ef53644d3c4b3b7d909d4c2d9fa35dc2a512a98a3b98aaa3

Here is bat content that I got with nanopool generator:

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x1249d67b4cd1ae115fb2534d5cde0257d0b3ae14.kopac1/glavaso@gmail.com -epsw x -dcoin sia -dpool stratum+tcp://sia-eu1.nanopool.org:7777 -dwal 5682ff6799aaaae84866e9ee6167ef53644d3c4b3b7d909d4c2d9fa35dc2a512a98a3b98aaa3/kopac1/glavaso@gmail.com -dpsw x -ftime 10

First of all i dont think you should mine sia now. Anyways, I had the same problem long back ago when i mined sia, but after some days the coins appeared. Dont ask me why, but wait some more time, or contact with them.

Thank you.

I mine ZCL with my primary rig (on Suprnova) and I'm testing ETH+Sia on Nanopool with 1 card now...

Is there something else that you would recommend for dual mining?

I'm not familiarized with nvidia cards. But you should try ETH+ All coins you are interested in. For example, test Decreed, Pascal, Verge, SmartCash, etc. And see on "What to Mine" wich pair is better for your card, and for you so. My opinion only ofc Smiley

Sure will do. Thank you! Smiley
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February 19, 2018, 07:26:36 PM
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we are currently wasting hashpower mining xvg at nlpool, as we are mining all blake2s coins there. the way i see it, if we set c=xvg, we aren't paid for mined xsh (currently, because i think this pool is not exchanging for us).

please fix it nlpool devs.
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February 19, 2018, 07:58:49 PM
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Hi,
Can anyone help me please and give me some info on this error:

NVML API: failed to get device handle 4, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 5, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 4, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 5, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 4, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 5, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 4, error 15.
NVML API: failed to get device handle 5, error 15.

There are 4 1050 cards, and 2 1060 cards on the miner. Latest NVIDIA driver which for both cards is the same. MB: ASUS Z170-A ( I know a piece of crap!). PSU: 1050W Green. Win10 X64. MSI Afterburner for OC. 80 power limit, CC:+100. MC: +700. Runs at about 50 degree.

I've got lots of miners running stable. But this one works for about 3 days, then the 1060 cards fail, miner restarts, and the 2 1060 cards are gone. When it happens, the 1060 cards look fine physically, and both are fine in Device Manager, but in Afterburner, both cards are frozen without being able to do anything on them. And they are no giving any Hash either obviously. System need to be restarted for them to get fixed.

I'm hosting the system for a third party, the hardware is theirs, but I clean installed the OS, and did everything by the book. Only software issue that I can think of is, that after installing the OS and trying to run it for the first time, Claymore wouldn't start at all which was related to the OpenCL.dll file which for some reason was missing from sys32. I copied the .dll file from an identical system and put it in the miner's sys32 file.

The whole Claymore's log from when the issue seems to start:

18:41:37:870   cc4   ETH - Total Speed: 99.571 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1173, Rejected: 0, Time: 34:22
18:41:37:870   cc4   ETH: GPU0 13.016 Mh/s, GPU1 12.974 Mh/s, GPU2 13.037 Mh/s, GPU3 13.019 Mh/s, GPU4 23.765 Mh/s, GPU5 23.760 Mh/s
18:41:38:355   1738   srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 192.168.XX.XX


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I know, right? How could people copy that huge wall of text?

A) Devil is in the details. I'm running over 25 miners with 6-8 GPUs each almost all alone by myself. Build from scratch. many different models. RX. R9. GTX, ... And I had no exp in these stuff 9 months ago. I managed to do all of this, get a perfectly stable system with little to none problems, only by paying a great deal of attention to details. So I do the courtesy to others who may want to help me, by giving them "the option" to see and read the details.

B) If you get off your high horse, you'll see that I put the important parts short and sweet in the beginning. Giving the line of error which I think is the main thing. System spec. And few lines on what's up. THEN. Only then, I wrote "the whole log file from which the problem starts". So the post is not in anyway or from defined by the log file. You can simply ignore it. You don't need to quote it. And it will take 2 sec to scroll past it.

So if you don't have anything to say, stop talking. It's not Facebook or twitter, or text messages with your bff. It's a  forum. You can expect time to time a lengthy post. And as long as it's not messy, it's perfectly fine.
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February 19, 2018, 08:04:22 PM
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we are currently wasting hashpower mining xvg at nlpool, as we are mining all blake2s coins there. the way i see it, if we set c=xvg, we aren't paid for mined xsh (currently, because i think this pool is not exchanging for us).

please fix it nlpool devs.

Does antminer pay?

My friend has been mining xvg at http://mine.nlpool.nl for more than 24 hours and I must say that is much less than it was on antminer so far.

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February 19, 2018, 08:05:46 PM
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we are currently wasting hashpower mining xvg at nlpool, as we are mining all blake2s coins there. the way i see it, if we set c=xvg, we aren't paid for mined xsh (currently, because i think this pool is not exchanging for us).

please fix it nlpool devs.

No, actually that is not true. There are people mining XSH ( Shield ) since the difficulty is more stable.

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February 19, 2018, 08:07:20 PM
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No, actually that is not true. There are people mining XSH ( Shield ) since the difficulty is more stable.

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About my question, why is showing xsh for people mining xvg?

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February 19, 2018, 08:08:23 PM
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No, actually that is not true. There are people mining XSH ( Shield ) since the difficulty is more stable.

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About my question, why is showing xsh for people mining xvg?

Because it's the same Algo i think.
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February 19, 2018, 08:08:34 PM
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The whole Claymore's log from when the issue seems to start:

18:41:37:870   cc4   ETH - Total Speed: 99.571 Mh/s, Total Shares: 1173, Rejected: 0, Time: 34:22
18:41:37:870   cc4   ETH: GPU0 13.016 Mh/s, GPU1 12.974 Mh/s, GPU2 13.037 Mh/s, GPU3 13.019 Mh/s, GPU4 23.765 Mh/s, GPU5 23.760 Mh/s
18:41:38:355   1738   srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 192.168.XX.XX


WTF?  Angry
I know, right? How could people copy that huge wall of text?

A) Devil is in the details. I'm running over 25 miners with 6-8 GPUs each almost all alone by myself. Build from scratch. many different models. RX. R9. GTX, ... And I had no exp in these stuff 9 months ago. I managed to do all of this, get a perfectly stable system with little to none problems, only by paying a great deal of attention to details. So I do the courtesy to others who may want to help me, by giving them "the option" to see and read the details.

B) If you get off your high horse, you'll see that I put the important parts short and sweet in the beginning. Giving the line of error which I think is the main thing. System spec. And few lines on what's up. THEN. Only then, I wrote "the whole log file from which the problem starts". So the post is not in anyway or from defined by the log file. You can simply ignore it. You don't need to quote it. And it will take 2 sec to scroll past it.

So if you don't have anything to say, stop talking. It's not Facebook or twitter, or text messages with your bff. It's a  forum. You can expect time to time a lengthy post. And as long as it's not messy, it's perfectly fine.
Ah, but I don't own a horse.  The issue is not with lengthy USEFUL posts, it's people quoting the "README!!.TXT" file entirely or such.

Never-the-less, it tends to be "drinking from a firehose" analogy: it's not useful and people just aren't thinking about what they are posting when they decide they - for whatever reason - include the entire "ReadMe" file in a post.  Sure, you can scroll right by it, hardly the point: somebody is paying for the storage here, and I can't for the life of me figure out why anyone needs multiple copies of that file, and it's not just the OP, it has been quoted.  WTF? Roll Eyes Huh
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February 19, 2018, 08:19:12 PM
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Because it's the same Algo i think.

Also, there are problems with hashrate  and that is because your pool might need a faster internet connection to accommodate the users or you need to disable the torrents. I'm not joking, or if is nothing of what I said then it might be something holding your pool internet connection back cause the hashrate is nothing like used to me.

Maybe the payment is not as good as antminer because of the internet connection issues. Download and upload speed is the key here, need to be top notch.

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February 19, 2018, 08:27:40 PM
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I had some claymore 11 crashes, this seems happend on linux only, and when dual coin pool is not reachable/down:

ETH: 02/19/18-20:26:11 - New job from eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999
ETH - Total Speed: 188.072 Mh/s, Total Shares: 2773, Rejected: 0, Time: 40:40
ETH: GPU0 26.884 Mh/s, GPU1 26.849 Mh/s, GPU2 26.868 Mh/s, GPU3 26.868 Mh/s, GPU
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 B2S - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 6915, Rejected: 19
 B2S: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s, GPU1 0.000 Mh/s, GPU2 0.000 Mh/s, GPU3 0.000 Mh/s, GPU4 0
 B2S: Stratum - Cannot connect to s.antminepool.com:9009
 B2S: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 7 sec...
Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!


Also when 2nd coin pool is down, then main mining speed is affected, not that much.

I did some tests with antminepool, 30500MH/s (24 hours of stable mining) , I did receive 145 XVG , whattomine says it should be 162. Seems orphans.
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February 19, 2018, 08:29:24 PM
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we are currently wasting hashpower mining xvg at nlpool, as we are mining all blake2s coins there. the way i see it, if we set c=xvg, we aren't paid for mined xsh (currently, because i think this pool is not exchanging for us).

please fix it nlpool devs.

Does antminer pay?

My friend has been mining xvg at http://mine.nlpool.nl for more than 24 hours and I must say that is much less than it was on antminer so far.

Yes Antminer is paying, once per hour, but with my 15kmhs.... around 7 verge per hour
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I did some tests with antminepool, 30500MH/s (24 hours of stable mining) , I did receive 145 XVG , whattomine says it should be 162. Seems orphans.


Come on, you are complaining for something so close, If the difference was 30% then yes but your case is only 10%.

I guess a stable xvg pool is needed.

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February 19, 2018, 08:30:38 PM
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Because it's the same Algo i think.

Also, there are problems with hashrate  and that is because your pool might need a faster internet connection to accommodate the users or you need to disable the torrents. I'm not joking, or if is nothing of what I said then it might be something holding your pool internet connection back cause the hashrate is nothing like used to me.

Maybe the payment is not as good as antminer because of the internet connection issues. Download and upload speed is the key here, need to be top notch.


The pool ADM has already reported a few pages back that the pool is receiving attack packages, and he has already informed that he is working to do the update on the firewall.
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The pool ADM has already reported a few pages back that the pool is receiving attack packages, and he has already informed that he is working to do the update on the firewall.

I missed that. That is another problem.

I was talking to my friend and told him there are too many issues with existent xvg pools, so I gave him an alternative and he will do it, solo mining is the best thing to do. There are no reliable pools around.

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February 19, 2018, 08:50:23 PM
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Hello,

I have a rig mining ETH but i want to change for ETC. looking for pools and in etc-etherminer.org i saw a miner like this:

https://imgur.com/a/MZ85R

he have all stable and the AVG lot more than the reported hash.

Is that normal?? my AVG hash are smaller than my reported, the current are not that stable.


is this normal?? i want my miner like that lol
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February 19, 2018, 09:11:21 PM
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I did some tests with antminepool, 30500MH/s (24 hours of stable mining) , I did receive 145 XVG , whattomine says it should be 162. Seems orphans.


Come on, you are complaining for something so close, If the difference was 30% then yes but your case is only 10%.

I guess a stable xvg pool is needed.
If losing 10% of your earnings is not a big deal for you feel free to share 5% here 0xb44c78CFC669a3EEE0338A4F46Ab9D12caD2df51   Grin
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Hi, I'm using claymore v11 since about 2 weeks in dual mining mode ETH + BLAKE2S with Ethermine pools for ETH and Nicehash for BLAKE2S.
After the 1st payment my Nicehash "profitability" has dropped (from 0.0005-6 BTC/day to 0.0001 BTC/day)... Gh/s and difficulty are the same...Do you have similar experiences? thank you
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If losing 10% of your earnings is not a big deal for you feel free to share 5% here 0xb44c78CFC669a3EEE0338A4F46Ab9D12caD2df51   Grin
but you are right about the pool

10% less or more is normal, now more or less than that no. People should always check their 24 hours hashrate, if it was a constant 24 hours hashrate then they can complain if more than 10%.

Hi, I'm using claymore v11 since about 2 weeks in dual mining mode ETH + BLAKE2S with Ethermine pools for ETH and Nicehash for BLAKE2S.
After the 1st payment my Nicehash "profitability" has dropped (from 0.0005-6 BTC/day to 0.0001 BTC/day)... Gh/s and difficulty are the same...Do you have similar experiences? thank you

You should never mine at nicehash unless you are okay with their payments, is always 40% - 150% less than you would receive mining on a proper pool. I did some tests just to check the earnings on nicehash, I was supposed to earn $8 on a proper pool and nicehash paid $3.40, that is just an example.

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February 19, 2018, 09:23:59 PM
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May be a stupid question, but I recall reading in the Claymore readme file that we should not overclock when dual mining. I have noticed when I overclock mining eth alone I’m good, however when dual I end up with one specific card having openCL. But I have also noticed many of you are over locking. Should I or shouldn’t I?
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