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March 16, 2018, 06:35:16 AM
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You guys on ethermine have you had any stales from 1030pm central to 130am central?
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March 16, 2018, 06:36:37 AM
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Can I set the epools.txt (dpools.txt) files as an option in command line or in config.txt file? Because switching to another coin I need different alternative pools.
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March 16, 2018, 06:42:24 AM
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Hi guys,

I just cannot get it in dual mining that ETH have same rate like the claymore said on the first page.

"Supports new "dual mining" mode: mining both Ethereum and Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal at the same time, with no impact on Ethereum mining speed. Ethereum-only mining mode is supported as well."


I try to dual mine ETH/PASC but hash rate for ETH falls down from 28 to 18.

Somebody got some explanation?

Thank you
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March 16, 2018, 06:51:32 AM
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Hi guys,

I just cannot get it in dual mining that ETH have same rate like the claymore said on the first page.

"Supports new "dual mining" mode: mining both Ethereum and Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal at the same time, with no impact on Ethereum mining speed. Ethereum-only mining mode is supported as well."


I try to dual mine ETH/PASC but hash rate for ETH falls down from 28 to 18.

Somebody got some explanation?

Thank you

Yes you need to manually set dcri.  Hit the - as it's mining.  This will increase ETH rate and decrease the second coin. You may want to split different dcri numbers between your cards. After you have settled on what you want you can do the dcri in the bat file.
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March 16, 2018, 06:58:09 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?
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March 16, 2018, 07:07:50 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard
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March 16, 2018, 08:03:03 AM
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No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard


Bummer, but OK. I'll spit the cards up into two - AMD / NVidia and see what the pool reports.
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March 16, 2018, 08:07:29 AM
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-oldkernels - solved problems =)
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March 16, 2018, 08:17:36 AM
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11.4/11.5 is a highly welcome update, better hashrate stability and much less stales.

Thanks a lot Claymore, keep it going!
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March 16, 2018, 08:25:15 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard


I think that all shares over 95ms  go to stale shares.  I my case  6  gtx1060 with 11.4  run about 3% stale, but who increment the stale more is the bad quality power wires check the 6 or 8 pin plug male-female, when I make by myself the wires the stales were reduced.
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March 16, 2018, 08:41:48 AM
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I think the problem is ethermine servers.
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March 16, 2018, 08:46:31 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard

Really?! So how does this option works, if miner does not know about stale shares:

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-estale   send Ethereum stale shares to pool, it can increase effective hashrate a bit. Default value is "1", set "-estale 0" if you don't want to send stale shares.
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March 16, 2018, 09:23:18 AM
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Hello guys,
I am a noob miner since 2 months. From 10.6 to 11.4, i have got a same problem.

I have 6 RX588 rig, 30M hashrate for each card.

Sometimes after restarting the Claymore, or after reboot the machine and then start the Claymore, the Hashrate will down to 26 or 27, it may be return to 30 by itself after one or two hour, maybe not.

If i disable the GPU by clicking the number for 5 sec, and then enable it, the hashrate will be return to 30.

Does anyone has the same problem or the solution?

Thanks ~~~~~~~~~~~

Nobody else has the same problem?
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March 16, 2018, 09:23:57 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard

Really?! So how does this option works, if miner does not know about stale shares:

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-estale   send Ethereum stale shares to pool, it can increase effective hashrate a bit. Default value is "1", set "-estale 0" if you don't want to send stale shares.

Pool sees different rate of stale shares than miner, it's always higher, so I don't see any reason to show stale shares rate of the miner, it's quite low. However, due to some delays on pool and also network delays, pool always will get more stale shares than miner knows.
The only way to get the pool stale shares rate is to get appropriate response from pool, but pool does not notify miner that the share is stale. To understand it deeply you should learn how pool mining works in details.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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March 16, 2018, 09:33:14 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard

Really?! So how does this option works, if miner does not know about stale shares:

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-estale   send Ethereum stale shares to pool, it can increase effective hashrate a bit. Default value is "1", set "-estale 0" if you don't want to send stale shares.

As I understand a stale share is a share which was sent to the pool by another miner before yours sent it. So your miner sent a share which already was accepted by the pool. When you know this you understand why only the pool knows which share is stale is and which isn't.
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March 16, 2018, 09:34:28 AM
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Hello guys,
I am a noob miner since 2 months. From 10.6 to 11.4, i have got a same problem.

I have 6 RX588 rig, 30M hashrate for each card.

Sometimes after restarting the Claymore, or after reboot the machine and then start the Claymore, the Hashrate will down to 26 or 27, it may be return to 30 by itself after one or two hour, maybe not.

If i disable the GPU by clicking the number for 5 sec, and then enable it, the hashrate will be return to 30.

Does anyone has the same problem or the solution?

Thanks ~~~~~~~~~~~

Nobody else has the same problem?

Similarly
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March 16, 2018, 09:37:48 AM
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I have 4 rigs that have MSI RX 570 Armor cards and 4 with other brand cards, when i upgrade claymore to 11.4 from 11 at least 3 of the cards on each of the MSI card rigs fail.

1 x MSI rig is using 6 x RX570 4GB = Cards stop mining 11.4 on linux, 1500 straps bios
3 x MSI rigs are 18 x RX570 8GB = Cards stop mining with 11.4 on linux, standard bios

4 x Rigs with mix of RX570 Nitro+, Gigabyte RX570, RX570 Pulse on 11.4 on linux = mining fine with not a single card stopping.

Very odd that its just the MSI Armor cards, only one else seeing this?

Is everyone getting the same hashrate increase with 11.5 using the oldkernals?

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March 16, 2018, 09:39:45 AM
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Hello guys,
I am a noob miner since 2 months. From 10.6 to 11.4, i have got a same problem.

I have 6 RX588 rig, 30M hashrate for each card.

Sometimes after restarting the Claymore, or after reboot the machine and then start the Claymore, the Hashrate will down to 26 or 27, it may be return to 30 by itself after one or two hour, maybe not.

If i disable the GPU by clicking the number for 5 sec, and then enable it, the hashrate will be return to 30.

Does anyone has the same problem or the solution?

Thanks ~~~~~~~~~~~

Nobody else has the same problem?

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Your cards might be throttling. Check GPU-Z and see if the core clock drops down than the one you've set. If they do - lower the voltage, preferably below 900, and try again. If they still throttle - increase the power limit by a notch.
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March 16, 2018, 09:40:37 AM
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Hello guys,
I am a noob miner since 2 months. From 10.6 to 11.4, i have got a same problem.

I have 6 RX588 rig, 30M hashrate for each card.

Sometimes after restarting the Claymore, or after reboot the machine and then start the Claymore, the Hashrate will down to 26 or 27, it may be return to 30 by itself after one or two hour, maybe not.

If i disable the GPU by clicking the number for 5 sec, and then enable it, the hashrate will be return to 30.

Does anyone has the same problem or the solution?

Thanks ~~~~~~~~~~~

Nobody else has the same problem?

This is an issue with the driver, preventing the correct voltage to be applied after a GPU crash. You can also just restart the miner and you should get your hashrate back. This is not linked to Claymore, you should have the same behaviour with any miner

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March 16, 2018, 09:45:45 AM
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Hey guys,

I still have a number of stale shares on ethermine.org whilst using v11.5. To give you an idea, I regularly get over 10% stale shares. I mine with 2 x GTX 1050ti, 1 x rx470 and 1 x rx480.

So onto the question, Claymore, is it possible to log what gpu is submitting the stale share?

No, because pool doesn't notify miner that the share is stale, you can only see it on pool dashboard

Really?! So how does this option works, if miner does not know about stale shares:

Quote
-estale   send Ethereum stale shares to pool, it can increase effective hashrate a bit. Default value is "1", set "-estale 0" if you don't want to send stale shares.

Pool sees different rate of stale shares than miner, it's always higher, so I don't see any reason to show stale shares rate of the miner, it's quite low. However, due to some delays on pool and also network delays, pool always will get more stale shares than miner knows.
The only way to get the pool stale shares rate is to get appropriate response from pool, but pool does not notify miner that the share is stale. To understand it deeply you should learn how pool mining works in details.
Ok, thank you for explain.
Claymore,
Don't you want to add a new option into your miner: to set epools.txt (dpools.txt) files as options in command line or in config.txt file. That will let user to launch just different bat-files when switching to another coin without making each time changes in epools(dpools)-files for new alternative pools.
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