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Author Topic: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX]  (Read 3406089 times)
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January 30, 2014, 02:48:19 PM
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Hi to all.
Please, help me to solve one problem with cudaminer. I'am trying to run it in the environment, where no user is logged on windows - machine is in Active Directory, so no auto-login (I know, that technically this is possible Smiley but administratively this is not allowed). Is there any way to run cudaminer without user logon? Or there some nvidia driver limitations?

P.S. Sorry for errors in English - it's not my native language...
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January 30, 2014, 03:13:11 PM
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Hi to all.
Please, help me to solve one problem with cudaminer. I'am trying to run it in the environment, where no user is logged on windows - machine is in Active Directory, so no auto-login (I know, that technically this is possible Smiley but administratively this is not allowed). Is there any way to run cudaminer without user logon? Or there some nvidia driver limitations?
You could try running it as a service (don't ask me how to do that though...)

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January 30, 2014, 03:41:07 PM
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Hi to all.
Please, help me to solve one problem with cudaminer. I'am trying to run it in the environment, where no user is logged on windows - machine is in Active Directory, so no auto-login (I know, that technically this is possible Smiley but administratively this is not allowed). Is there any way to run cudaminer without user logon? Or there some nvidia driver limitations?
You could try running it as a service (don't ask me how to do that though...)

Try going into the service manager, create new service, fill in where the app is and don't forget the command line switches, enable interact with desktop, select local service for account. That is where I would start.  For more information check Technet.Microsoft.com
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January 30, 2014, 03:42:24 PM
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Hi to all.
Please, help me to solve one problem with cudaminer. I'am trying to run it in the environment, where no user is logged on windows - machine is in Active Directory, so no auto-login (I know, that technically this is possible Smiley but administratively this is not allowed). Is there any way to run cudaminer without user logon? Or there some nvidia driver limitations?
Here you have a little manual, not sure if it works with cudaminer, but it's worth a try:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/6bd27cac-e402-4bf2-9c7c-c329f42262fb/run-a-batch-job-as-windows-service?forum=winservergen

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January 30, 2014, 04:24:13 PM
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Hi to all.
Please, help me to solve one problem with cudaminer. I'am trying to run it in the environment, where no user is logged on windows - machine is in Active Directory, so no auto-login (I know, that technically this is possible Smiley but administratively this is not allowed). Is there any way to run cudaminer without user logon? Or there some nvidia driver limitations?

The easiest way would be to create a scheduled task in Windows which starts every Day at 0:00 and runs for 23,59 hours.
There is a setting where you can terminate a scheduled task after a given amount of time. So cudaminer wont be executed twice.
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January 30, 2014, 07:07:20 PM
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Question of the day: What to mine with my nVidia cards?

Yacoin -> this coin is falling (failing?)
MRC -> no luck with solo mining at all. Trying a pool now (mrc.easy-mining.net pool seems to be fixed at last).
VertCoin -> who is currently into this coin? if you are, why?
middlecoin -> the DOGE rush is over, right?

I think what would really be helpful is a profitability calculator for various scrypt-jane coins, taking one's hash rate at different N-factors into account.

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Middlecoin.com at ~600 khash is making me about 0.0125 BTC every 2 days currently. So far today, Jan 30 2104, I'm set to do 0.103 in a single day due to some of the BTC news coming out of China at the moment. Worth at least keeping in mind, since good days are great but "meh" days are still a consistent source of BTC at decent values even after the Doge craze.

YACoin is definitively on it's way out of relevance right now. Is it dying? Not really, just not the latest and greatest.
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January 30, 2014, 07:21:39 PM
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Can I call shenanigans on that 2014-01-29 660 TI added to the spreadsheet? I find it very unlikely that a stock 2GB card running the 12-18-2013 build is going to get 409Kh/s (79Kh/s faster then the top 660 TI)

Possibly.
The hashrate spreadsheets are pretty outdated and sometimes weird results are being uploaded and to be honest I completely lost interest in scrypt. I'll keep maintaining them like once a week but don't expect any upgrades from me on my own. However, if you suggest something useful I'll gladly do it.

The reason I abandoned scrypt completely is that I have a low-mid range card, which is a GTX 660 and these cards have much better scrypt-jane performance compared to scrypt performance.
So for example a 780 Ti hits like, I don't know, let's say 700+ khashes/s doing scrypt and 5 khashes doing scrypt-jane while a 660 gets 260 in scrypt and 3.4 in jane so a 660 is 2,7 times slower in scrypt but only 1,4 times slower in scrypt-jane which means mid cards are better off with scrypt-jane and high end cards should probably go with scrypt.

On another note, I'm sticking with the old autotune method because the new one seems to do weird things. Could be because of the 1% backoff value instead of 12, not sure.

Edit: Oh, the microcoin difficulty stopped dropping and started climbing back up (3.59 -> 2.2). Found 10 blocks these two days with roughly 360-400 kH/s.

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RIP Poloniex
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January 30, 2014, 07:41:46 PM
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autotune also surprised me once today with way too low hash rates.

I am going to throw 6 MHash at a MRC pool today. Let's see what that amounts to...
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January 30, 2014, 07:43:39 PM
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Holy hell! I wish I had that hashing power
Let us know how it goes

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January 30, 2014, 07:48:44 PM
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I just compiled the latest github, and can tell you that the performance dropped using the same parameters. From 4.11khash to 3.93khash...
Trying some other -L now...

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January 30, 2014, 07:50:02 PM
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Yeh mine dropped aswell

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January 30, 2014, 08:14:10 PM
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Yeh mine dropped aswell

ok I will make that memory access scheme configurable...
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January 30, 2014, 08:48:22 PM
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Omg i got my 780ti to mine litecoin at 703-615 khash/S!!! Anyone wanna see my setup? Cuz i was previously having problems with my card but now it works like a charm!

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January 30, 2014, 09:13:28 PM
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Yeh mine dropped aswell

ok I will make that memory access scheme configurable...
Wait for a second, I decided to try out x86 instead of x64 and it seems to be almost as fast as x64 used to be before your revert. Figured that might be interesting to note.

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January 30, 2014, 09:18:24 PM
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Scrypt has always been faster on x86 for me since I ever compiled cudaMiner.

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January 30, 2014, 09:47:42 PM
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Scrypt has always been faster on x86 for me since I ever compiled cudaMiner.
Not scrypt, scrypt-jane.
Though it has always been faster on x64 with the latest change it's faster on x86.

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January 30, 2014, 10:33:52 PM
Last edit: January 30, 2014, 10:46:39 PM by cbuchner1
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oops, mining MRC with -C 2 using the Z kernel is not validating for me. Some problem
in the kernel it appears... Nothing to do with yesterday's commit, as I haven't touched
that kernel lately...

Strictly speaking the Z kernel shouldn't need support for any -C flags, as a Compute 3.5
device is capable of running any read access through the texture cache...

With -a=scrypt-jane:MRC -H 2 -C 0 -l Z60x24  I get up to 1100 kHash/s per GTX 780Ti.

EDIT: hmmm, two out of 3 cards hit 90 deg C and ran into thermal throttling.

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January 30, 2014, 10:38:37 PM
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Have you had much of a return on it yet christian?

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January 30, 2014, 10:42:15 PM
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Have you had much of a return on it yet christian?

erm apart from 2 solo mined blocks, and a 5.05 million MRC donation there was not
much of a return. I can call myself a Micro-Millionaire now at least.

I only started throwing massive power at a pool just now. Will check my returns in 24h.

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January 30, 2014, 10:43:57 PM
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Please update us, I hope the return is better then yacoin. As right now im only breaking even on my electric bill

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