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Author Topic: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX]  (Read 3402166 times)
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January 22, 2014, 01:01:17 PM
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You forgot an -L 2 there.

The -L is not yet rolled into the kernel launch configurations. This is intended, but not done yet.

Later on the launch config might look like this instead -K59x2/2. Then the only use for passing -L would be to tell autotune about the intended Lookup gap.


Gah, that was stupid Smiley Thank you, working fine now, no more annoying autotune.
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January 22, 2014, 01:03:32 PM
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Is there a compiled scrypt-jane version for Windows yet or do I need to work out how to compile code?
Check a page back, build 111 compiled by me.

Thatnks patoberli I will take a look, If theres one thing I love about crypto its that its reinvigorated my urge to play with IT

Any clues on 0xc000007b errors with both versions once i've added in either msvcp100/110?

run chkdsk /f /r

then repair the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.

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January 22, 2014, 01:16:13 PM
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Is there a compiled scrypt-jane version for Windows yet or do I need to work out how to compile code?
Check a page back, build 111 compiled by me.

Thatnks patoberli I will take a look, If theres one thing I love about crypto its that its reinvigorated my urge to play with IT

Any clues on 0xc000007b errors with both versions once i've added in either msvcp100/110?

run chkdsk /f /r

then repair the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.
Yeah no, you need to grab the .dll files included in the 12-18-13 release...

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January 22, 2014, 01:35:12 PM
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Yep tried chkdsk and reinstalling the C++ redistributables, And I'm using the DLL's from my working scrypt version of cudaminer.

I might try it on one of my other nvidia machines.
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January 22, 2014, 01:36:20 PM
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A short overview of what kernels to use in the current github code. It gets kind of confusing now.

Code:
Fermi scrypt: F Kernel
Fermi scrypt-jane: X Kernel

Kepler compute 3.0 scrypt: Y Kernel              <--- better than 2013-12-18 release IMHO
Kepler compute 3.0 scrypt-jane: K Kernel

Kepler Compute 3.5 scrypt: Z Kernel             <--- most likely better than 2013-12-18 release
Kepler Compute 3.5 scrypt-jane: T Kernel

NOTE: for best speed on Linux with Fermi you want to comment out the two rule lines for fermi_kernel.cu (possibly also for test_kernel.cu) in Makefile.am such that the default rule for compute_10 takes over. Then run autogen.sh and configure again. It seems bizarre, but compiling the code for sm_20 (the actual target hardware) only makes it slower. This puzzling effect was NOT observed on Windows. Comment it out like this:

Code:
#fermi_kernel.o: fermi_kernel.cu
#        $(NVCC) @CFLAGS@ -Xptxas "-abi=no -v" -arch=sm_20 --maxrregcount=63 $(JANSSON_INCLUDES) -o $@ -c $<

#test_kernel.o: test_kernel.cu
#        $(NVCC) @CFLAGS@ -Xptxas "-abi=no -v" -arch=sm_20 --maxrregcount=63 $(JANSSON_INCLUDES) -o $@ -c $<

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January 22, 2014, 01:41:19 PM
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run chkdsk /f /r

then repair the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.
I would say, skip chkdsk and install the C++ 2012 redistributable packages from Microsoft. Install both and even reboot, just to be sure.

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January 22, 2014, 01:42:51 PM
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run chkdsk /f /r

then repair the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.
I would say, skip chkdsk and install the C++ 2012 redistributable packages from Microsoft. Install both and even reboot, just to be sure.

the error he got indicates a "bad image" (meant is an application or DLL binary image), which hints at disk corruption or a binary DLL that doesn't match his target hardware (maybe some 32 vs 64 bit confusion).
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January 22, 2014, 01:51:25 PM
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run chkdsk /f /r

then repair the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.
I would say, skip chkdsk and install the C++ 2012 redistributable packages from Microsoft. Install both and even reboot, just to be sure.
Le sigh, if you compile a release version you don't need the C++ 2012 redistributable packages from Microsoft, just the dll files already available in 12-18-13

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January 22, 2014, 01:52:20 PM
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Yep tried chkdsk and reinstalling the C++ redistributables, And I'm using the DLL's from my working scrypt version of cudaminer.

I might try it on one of my other nvidia machines.

Wrong dll's in the executables folder. Most likely libcurl architecture or version is wrong.

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January 22, 2014, 01:58:13 PM
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Yep cracked it, DLL version crossovers..cleared them out and redownloaded the correct x86 2012 package then pulled that from the system 32 directory.

Thanks guys.

Now to find out how it performs on the following cards :-)

GTX 670
GTX 460
Quadro 4000
Quadro K4000
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January 22, 2014, 02:01:08 PM
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so, anyone had a chance to try out that new code posted by nvidia?
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January 22, 2014, 02:08:00 PM
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so, anyone had a chance to try out that new code posted by nvidia?
Meh I'll compile and try some Litecoin on my GTX780...

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January 22, 2014, 02:21:30 PM
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Meh I'll compile and try some Litecoin on my GTX780...

DOGE for the win. Or a multi-pool like hashco.ws or middlecoin.com

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January 22, 2014, 02:25:37 PM
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Meh I'll compile and try some Litecoin on my GTX780...

DOGE for the win. Or a multi-pool like [Suspicious link removed] or middlecoin.com

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Why is DOGE better? I assume it's more profitable but how would that make sense? Is it easy to sell?

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January 22, 2014, 02:28:27 PM
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Why is DOGE better? I assume it's more profitable but how would that make sense? Is it easy to sell?

the multi-pools will pay you out in LTC or BTC, no matter what you mine (hascows lets you optionally keep specific coins for yourself).
DOGE for sure can be traded at some exchanges. I haven't done this personally. Currently DOGE is more profitable indeed, as it quintuped in value recently.
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January 22, 2014, 02:33:38 PM
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the multi-pools will pay you out in LTC or BTC, no matter what you mine
I don't know of any that pays out in LTC
As for BTC, not all of them do that.

There are 3 multipools I know of:
hashcows - lets you choose which coins to keep and which to convert to BTC.
But it's bad. underlying code is weak and profits on it are awful.
middlecoin - only pays out in BTC.
I heard claims of it being overloaded, but it seems to be working just fine right now.
multipool - doesn't convert anything, you get the various coins in their raw form. This is awful for a small time miner because you can't get enough volume to sell in a timely manner.
this is actually the first multipool to have been made.
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Why is DOGE better? I assume it's more profitable but how would that make sense? Is it easy to sell?

the multi-pools will pay you out in LTC or BTC, no matter what you mine (hascows lets you optionally keep specific coins for yourself).
DOGE for sure can be traded at some exchanges. I haven't done this personally. Currently DOGE is more profitable indeed, as it quintuped in value recently.

Sounds great, working on getting myself a Bitcoin wallet... Yeah I don't have one yet :p

EDIT:
Getting ~525khash/s with settings: -l Z12x24 on latest commit x64.
Getting ~432khash/s with settings: -l T12x24 on 12-18-2013 x64.
I'd definately say the nVidia guy did a good job Smiley

EDIT2:
I just noticed that the graphics in the Hashcows logo is taken from RuneScape...

EDIT3:
Using -i 0 on the latest commit barely changes anything, max profit of 10khash/s; Using -H 0 or 1 severely damages hashrates.

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January 22, 2014, 03:50:55 PM
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30 minutes after launching the new commit 111, my yacoin account was auto-locked because of too many attempts of connection.

It seems weird. Someone else have this problem ?

Maybe someone is trying to hack accounts over there by brute forcing passwords. Or some script malfunctioned and triggered false alarms.
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January 22, 2014, 04:17:09 PM
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Sounds great, working on getting myself a Bitcoin wallet...

Yesterday I was wondering why I had so little free space on my system SSD then I found out about the 12 GB bitcoin blockchain...

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January 22, 2014, 04:29:23 PM
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30 minutes after launching the new commit 111, my yacoin account was auto-locked because of too many attempts of connection.

It seems weird. Someone else have this problem ?

Maybe someone is trying to hack accounts over there by brute forcing passwords. Or some script malfunctioned and triggered false alarms.


I analysed trame with the commit 111 binary posted on the forum.
I analyzed all trames with wireshark and it seems that the executable is not malicious... he connects only with the yacoin mining, and never send datas with my pseudonyme.

However, the keyword "error" is often sent by the server...

So, weird story...
I will stop mining with this executable (I'm not saying that there is a malicious function hidden since I have no proof)


Anybody has the commit 82 x86 ? It seems that the link for download it doesn't works...
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