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January 14, 2018, 12:00:40 PM
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Hey,

I'm using sgminer-gm to mine ethash cryptos at MPH.

There is a pool that will switch coins based on profitability, but you can set which algorithm to use.

I set my miner to use ethash so the pool with switch between mining coins that use this algo.

Now, I did notice that the miner had some issues and reset power values and other stuff when the pool changed coin from ETH to ETC.

Do I need to create additional profile in the config file for sgminer-gm for ETC?

current profile is:

"profiles": [{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    }]


Do I need to add additional profile like this:

"profiles": [{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    },{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "etc",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    }]

Or the existing profile should work fine for both ETC and ETC? As far as I understand, the "name" field is just the name of the profile, it doesn't denote which coin to mine?

Looking forward to answers or educated guesses
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January 15, 2018, 06:27:45 PM
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Hey,

I'm using sgminer-gm to mine ethash cryptos at MPH.

There is a pool that will switch coins based on profitability, but you can set which algorithm to use.

I set my miner to use ethash so the pool with switch between mining coins that use this algo.

Now, I did notice that the miner had some issues and reset power values and other stuff when the pool changed coin from ETH to ETC.

Do I need to create additional profile in the config file for sgminer-gm for ETC?

current profile is:

"profiles": [{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    }]


Do I need to add additional profile like this:

"profiles": [{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    },{
        "worksize": "256",
        "name": "etc",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "xintensity": "1024"
    }]

Or the existing profile should work fine for both ETC and ETC? As far as I understand, the "name" field is just the name of the profile, it doesn't denote which coin to mine?

aLooking forward to answers or educated guesses

PROFILES ARE PER ALGORITHM--

If the algorithm is the same, one should be enough.  Pool differences should be in the "pools" portion of the JSON configuration.

The last time I used a NiceHash-style SGminer switching configuration, ASIC miners were not yet developed for x11-x17, Qubit, Quark, and etc.  Many of the NiceHash switching ports appeared dead. and not much switching took place.       --scryptr

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January 18, 2018, 07:13:53 PM
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Please help me in simplemining
I want mined etn with this miner in simplemining
But not can
This code  true

--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

Not working
Miner ended crashed
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January 19, 2018, 01:23:28 AM
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Please help me in simplemining
I want mined etn with this miner in simplemining
But not can
This code  true

--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

Not working
Miner ended crashed

USE A CONFIGURATION FILE--

Take the following and paste it into a configuration file, i.e. "test.conf".  Run sgminer with "sgminer -c test.conf".  I do not think SGminer-GM supports the SSL URL.  Be sure to set the environment variables prior to launching SGminer-GM.  So, in a Windows batch file, the variables will precede the SGminer-GM launch line above.

Configuration File:
===========

{
    "pools": [{
        "url": "etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURWALLETADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    },
    {
        "url": "etn-us-west1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURETNADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    }],
    "profiles": [{
        "worksize": "8",
        "name": "xmr",
        "algorithm": "cryptonight",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "rawintensity": "1016"
    }],
    "default-profile": "xmr",
    "no-extranonce": false,
    "no-submit-stale": true,
    "api-listen": true,
    "api-port": 4028,
    "api-mcast-port": 4028,
    "api-allow": "W:127.0.0.1,W:192.168.1.1/24",
    "temp-cutoff": "85",
    "temp-overheat": "80"
}

Batch File:
======

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

sgminer -c test.conf

pause

Raw Intensity can be adjusted to 1008-1016, or cut in half with "threads" =2.  If you have a smaller GPU, you may need to use 1/2 the Raw Intensity with "threads" =1.  If you still have trouble, start with RI = 896, or 448.  Worksize could be 4, or 8, but adjust RI accordingly.

SGminer-GM runs for weeks on my AMD cards.       --scryptr

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January 22, 2018, 04:57:21 AM
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Hi,

I am having some network issues with sgminer. I have 10 rigs in my network that run sgminer and once in a while, my whole network becomes down because of one rig (it's always a random one). The switch port where is connected the rig in question starts blinking really fast and I have to either disconnect the network cable or reboot the rig to restore my whole network. I also notice that the network I/O is really high in sgminer compared to other miners. I only have this issue with sgminer as I have another farm with 20 rigs running ccminer and no network issue whatsoever.

Any thoughts?

Is here anyone who knows how to use it w/ Rx 480/470?



for me with 480s it resets the system
... the only problem is that the driver reports a wrong number of CUs. Therefore, you have to use a larger xintensity or just use rawintensity and the hashrate for those GPUs can be increased by using 2 threads per GPU.

Could you share proper values of xintensity or rawintensity for 480/470?
And is worksize of 256 correct?
TIA
worksize: 192
rawintensity (rx 470): 1916928
rawintensity (rx 480): 2156544

You should try different intensities to optimize your hash rate
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January 23, 2018, 05:04:38 AM
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Please help me in simplemining
I want mined etn with this miner in simplemining
But not can
This code  true

--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

Not working
Miner ended crashed

USE A CONFIGURATION FILE--

Take the following and paste it into a configuration file, i.e. "test.conf".  Run sgminer with "sgminer -c test.conf".  I do not think SGminer-GM supports the SSL URL.  Be sure to set the environment variables prior to launching SGminer-GM.  So, in a Windows batch file, the variables will precede the SGminer-GM launch line above.

Configuration File:
===========

{
    "pools": [{
        "url": "etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURWALLETADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    },
    {
        "url": "etn-us-west1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURETNADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    }],
    "profiles": [{
        "worksize": "8",
        "name": "xmr",
        "algorithm": "cryptonight",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "rawintensity": "1016"
    }],
    "default-profile": "xmr",
    "no-extranonce": false,
    "no-submit-stale": true,
    "api-listen": true,
    "api-port": 4028,
    "api-mcast-port": 4028,
    "api-allow": "W:127.0.0.1,W:192.168.1.1/24",
    "temp-cutoff": "85",
    "temp-overheat": "80"
}

Batch File:
======

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

sgminer -c test.conf

pause

Raw Intensity can be adjusted to 1008-1016, or cut in half with "threads" =2.  If you have a smaller GPU, you may need to use 1/2 the Raw Intensity with "threads" =1.  If you still have trouble, start with RI = 896, or 448.  Worksize could be 4, or 8, but adjust RI accordingly.

SGminer-GM runs for weeks on my AMD cards.       --scryptr

Thanks
But i want code mined etn for
Simplemining.net?Huh
How mined?
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January 23, 2018, 07:04:06 AM
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Please help me in simplemining
I want mined etn with this miner in simplemining
But not can
This code  true

--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

Not working
Miner ended crashed

USE A CONFIGURATION FILE--

Take the following and paste it into a configuration file, i.e. "test.conf".  Run sgminer with "sgminer -c test.conf".  I do not think SGminer-GM supports the SSL URL.  Be sure to set the environment variables prior to launching SGminer-GM.  So, in a Windows batch file, the variables will precede the SGminer-GM launch line above.

Configuration File:
===========

{
    "pools": [{
        "url": "etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURWALLETADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    },
    {
        "url": "etn-us-west1.nanopool.org:13333",
        "user": "YOURETNADDRESS.WORKER",
        "pass": "x"
    }],
    "profiles": [{
        "worksize": "8",
        "name": "xmr",
        "algorithm": "cryptonight",
        "gpu-threads": "1",
        "rawintensity": "1016"
    }],
    "default-profile": "xmr",
    "no-extranonce": false,
    "no-submit-stale": true,
    "api-listen": true,
    "api-port": 4028,
    "api-mcast-port": 4028,
    "api-allow": "W:127.0.0.1,W:192.168.1.1/24",
    "temp-cutoff": "85",
    "temp-overheat": "80"
}

Batch File:
======

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

sgminer -c test.conf

pause

Raw Intensity can be adjusted to 1008-1016, or cut in half with "threads" =2.  If you have a smaller GPU, you may need to use 1/2 the Raw Intensity with "threads" =1.  If you still have trouble, start with RI = 896, or 448.  Worksize could be 4, or 8, but adjust RI accordingly.

SGminer-GM runs for weeks on my AMD cards.       --scryptr

Thanks
But i want code mined etn for
Simplemining.net?Huh
How mined?

SORRY, I USE WINDOWS OR PLAIN LINUX--

If Simpleminig.net (SMOS?) has a radically different protocol, I can't help.  If you use the configuration file, you can simply place your pool:XXXX (port number) in the configuration.  It is also possible to write the entire above configuration on a single line if you change the commands in quotes to flag commands.

I don't run SMOS and won't be much more help there.  I got tired of single-line launch commands because they are harder to write out and edit.  A simple Lubuntu install, with fresh drivers and a freshly compiled miner, can use the same configuration file with a BASH script rather than a batch file.  I could help with that, but I have no experience with SMOS.  Lubuntu is free.

--scryptr

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Please help me in simplemining
I want mined etn with this miner in simplemining
But not can
This code  true

--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

Not working
Miner ended crashed

missing -u before your wallet, try this
--kernel CryptoNight -o ssl://etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433 -u  etnkAay8c8VgLCvBRK5cXmQu7urcG9mDjBpZj1UdzB3nXTsxQfK5Sg6K3vWN5RzYSdFgR8s1kyGZhGR eNDW2Cmpb8i7jAf9myY.test -p x -T

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January 25, 2018, 04:39:55 PM
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Dude you guys are entitled to fees. Sheez people think you develop this shT for nothing... maybe the ones anxious for you to give away your time and product should try to do it themselves. 
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I'm not getting shares why?
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Windows?

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February 02, 2018, 12:21:15 AM
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Hi to all.
Can't find out, how to make the GPU core/mem clock settings to work in this miner? The corresponding parameters in commandline have no effect - RX 570 still running with the default clocks. If I try to change the core/mem/voltage/powertune from the miner hotkeys, I recieve "Failed to modify ... clock speed". The driver now is 18.1.1, but 17.x also doesn't work Sad

Can anybody point me to the solution?
Thanks.

P.S. Sorry for errors in English - it's not my native language...
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Sgminer dual miner suport ?
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Sgminer dual miner suport ?

No dual miner support.
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This miner appears to have been abandoned, which is a real shame because despite being last updated over a year ago it still performs the best by far on Cryptonight with an XFX RX 560 I recently bought (and which I'll be getting 5 more to make a cheap Cryptonight miner).

Despite the apparent abandonment, I read every single post of this thread looking for an explanation of rawintensity, worksize and gpu-threads and, incredibly, these critical parameters are never really explained. There are bits and pieces here and in the (3+ year old) .md files on the github repo, but it is not clear if those partial explanations apply to all algorithms or just Ethash (the fragments I found here) or Scrypt (in the mining.md file on github).

So here is what I picked up from a couple of posts by OhGodAGirl (one of the original devs of SGMiner), which I've paraphrased/combined below:

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The formula for rawintensity is  #(CUs) x worksize x 4 - so, for a 280x, you'd have 32 x 4 x 4. That gives us 512.

Worksize of 8 can be used, but make sure to change gpu-threads to 1 then (instead of 2).

Start with above calculated rawintensity then decrease by 8 to find best hashrate.

Don't ever use xIntensity. Rawintensity only.

Now here's the kicker... below are the settings that are working the best for my single RX 560 with just 2GB, 16 CU and 1024 shaders:

rawintensity = 416
worksize = 8
gpu-threads = 2

And this contradicts the advice to set gpu-threads to 1 if worksize is 8... I'm not going to sweat that, though, as this combination really does quite well, all things considered - about 460 H/s, which is 40-60 H/s better than the next best performer, xmr-stak.

Even worse, though, is that I have a single RX 570 4GB (which is what I was going to use for a dedicated cryptonight/ethash miner, until prices went full retard) and sgminer crashes immediately after displaying the two line screen about Jannson 2.7 (can't catch it, it goes by too fast), even if I don't set anything for the above parameters.

It's a bit of a longshot, I realize, but any sort of clue as to where to go next in troubleshooting would be helpful. Drivers are Adrenalin 18.1 (Jan 18) and not in compute mode (since that doesn't really help Cryptonight, at least from what I've noticed).

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This miner appears to have been abandoned, which is a real shame because despite being last updated over a year ago it still performs the best by far on Cryptonight with an XFX RX 560 I recently bought (and which I'll be getting 5 more to make a cheap Cryptonight miner).

Despite the apparent abandonment, I read every single post of this thread looking for an explanation of rawintensity, worksize and gpu-threads and, incredibly, these critical parameters are never really explained. There are bits and pieces here and in the (3+ year old) .md files on the github repo, but it is not clear if those partial explanations apply to all algorithms or just Ethash (the fragments I found here) or Scrypt (in the mining.md file on github).

So here is what I picked up from a couple of posts by OhGodAGirl (one of the original devs of SGMiner), which I've paraphrased/combined below:

Quote
The formula for rawintensity is  #(CUs) x worksize x 4 - so, for a 280x, you'd have 32 x 4 x 4. That gives us 512.

Worksize of 8 can be used, but make sure to change gpu-threads to 1 then (instead of 2).

Start with above calculated rawintensity then decrease by 8 to find best hashrate.

Don't ever use xIntensity. Rawintensity only.

Now here's the kicker... below are the settings that are working the best for my single RX 560 with just 2GB, 16 CU and 1024 shaders:

rawintensity = 416
worksize = 8
gpu-threads = 2

And this contradicts the advice to set gpu-threads to 1 if worksize is 8... I'm not going to sweat that, though, as this combination really does quite well, all things considered - about 460 H/s, which is 40-60 H/s better than the next best performer, xmr-stak.

Even worse, though, is that I have a single RX 570 4GB (which is what I was going to use for a dedicated cryptonight/ethash miner, until prices went full retard) and sgminer crashes immediately after displaying the two line screen about Jannson 2.7 (can't catch it, it goes by too fast), even if I don't set anything for the above parameters.

It's a bit of a longshot, I realize, but any sort of clue as to where to go next in troubleshooting would be helpful. Drivers are Adrenalin 18.1 (Jan 18) and not in compute mode (since that doesn't really help Cryptonight, at least from what I've noticed).



The math is a fairly accurate estimate, but each system varies a bit because of motherboards, drivers, voodoo/kami, etc.

On my 560s (4gig) I use 508, w4, g2. - 450h/s  (on another board, 480 was the magic number)

On my 570s (4gig) I use 896 w8, g2. - 840h/s 

All are bios modded, and moderately overlcocked at 1860-1880.
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February 08, 2018, 04:00:18 PM
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The math is a fairly accurate estimate, but each system varies a bit because of motherboards, drivers, voodoo/kami, etc.

On my 560s (4gig) I use 508, w4, g2. - 450h/s  (on another board, 480 was the magic number)

On my 570s (4gig) I use 896 w8, g2. - 840h/s  

All are bios modded, and moderately overlcocked at 1860-1880.

Heh, those are exactly the numbers I have programmed for my RX 570... Too bad the miner crashes so soon after startup, and doesn't even leave a debug log despite setting...

Wait, I got it running after I removed the switch "--shaders 2048" from the command line (forgot I had that) and changed the debug switch from "-D" to "--debug-log", which really shouldn't have affected anything. Unfortunately, the bad news is that the hashrate is terrible - about 90 h/s so far. But, I can work with a bad hashrate; I can't work with an instant-crashing program.

EDIT - Oh, I forgot I also changed "gpu-platform" in the config file from 1 to 0; I suspect that is what solved the problem - as I think I read somewhere else, 1 is for systems with an integrated GPU on the CPU.


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February 12, 2018, 10:44:29 PM
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Can someone post a Ethos config file for sgminer-gm for neoscrypt?

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February 22, 2018, 12:00:54 AM
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The Cryptonote PoW hash is being modified in an fork this March. Will there be an announcement here that SGminer-GM has been changed to accommodate this modification or will we just have to keep an eye on Github for the changes.
https://getmonero.org/2018/02/11/PoW-change-and-key-reuse.html

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February 22, 2018, 03:16:27 PM
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The Cryptonote PoW hash is being modified in an fork this March. Will there be an announcement here that SGminer-GM has been changed to accommodate this modification or will we just have to keep an eye on Github for the changes.
https://getmonero.org/2018/02/11/PoW-change-and-key-reuse.html

I think it is great for the PoW to change every few months. I hope the miner will be updated.
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