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January 14, 2018, 12:36:26 AM
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what evidence do you have that it doesn't work under windows?

try it out yourself if you don't believe me, others have pointed this out as well but youd know that if you scrolled through this thread

I don't need to try. I use it (been using for quite a while).

If you use the --fee 0 option in windows, it will *STILL* mine a fee for the developer.  Just watch the output or save it to a look as you will see a random

INFO 19:31:47: GPU0 Accepted share 49ms [A:156, R:1]

But it will say Accepted for Developer (or something similar).  I saw one yesterday, but couldn't find one in my history for a couple of hours.

But yes, at least on Window, with 0.3.4b, it still mines for the developer when you do a --fee 0
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January 14, 2018, 04:06:16 AM
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Hi.
I just registered to confirm something.
I just set --fee to 60, that should mean 60%, and I got many messages like this
INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share

however when set to 0, I dont see any of these.

Does this mean, with --fee 0, there are no fees, as we dont see any of these "INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share" ? Not sure...


I saw a post once where they suggested to use 0.1 (0.1%) to see some difference.I also saw a post saying that if that is set to 0, then it will just generate some random number instead of 0. Idk if true, but like I said I dont see any "INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share" with fee 0 but on the other side, idk if this is a good enough proof that proves that there are no fees....  Huh

(I am using Windows 10 and 0.3.4b miner)
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January 14, 2018, 07:16:34 AM
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Hello,

I'm new here so I'm sorry if I ask something stupid..

Good job first of all.

I have a question, my hashrate speed is around 1000-1050 sol/s however pool says it is around 600-650 sol/s (avarage of last 5 minutes) I wonder why is that? it cant be 600-650. Speed seen on console is always higher than 1000.

Is this caused by the miner or something to do with pool?
the average statistics on the pool accumulates

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January 14, 2018, 10:18:15 AM
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Hi.
I just registered to confirm something.
I just set --fee to 60, that should mean 60%, and I got many messages like this
INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share

however when set to 0, I dont see any of these.

Does this mean, with --fee 0, there are no fees, as we dont see any of these "INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share" ? Not sure...


I saw a post once where they suggested to use 0.1 (0.1%) to see some difference.I also saw a post saying that if that is set to 0, then it will just generate some random number instead of 0. Idk if true, but like I said I dont see any "INFO 03:54:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share" with fee 0 but on the other side, idk if this is a good enough proof that proves that there are no fees....  Huh

(I am using Windows 10 and 0.3.4b miner)

You just answered your question yourself.  When you set fee to 0  - there are no devfee shares anymore. Why do you need to listen to those people who say "it doesn't work under windows and I have no proof of that, just believe me"? I don't have any devfee shares in my logs and my pool hashrate is consistent with 0% devfee. I don't care about what others say, neither should you.
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January 14, 2018, 10:22:17 AM
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Finally, it look that DSTM is faster than EWBF on my rigs with 1060 3GB/6GB (5-10%), yes this is
know information but confirmation of it, but on rigs with 1080Ti is the same speed as EWBF.
Next thing is stability - any proposal?
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January 15, 2018, 04:23:38 AM
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Help 😞

/// Simpleminer /// Nvidia GTX 1060’s /// Zcash /// Flypool /// dstm-v0.5.7

I have tried multiple times to mine and I keep getting error messages. At first it was GoU 3 was failing and had an erors. Now that its unplugged it just doesnt mine and says rebooting in 10 seconds. Ive quadruple checked my settings on simple miner and even had a friend try the settings on his rig and it worked.

This same setup was mining fine yesterday on a different pool... dont know what to do now.
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January 15, 2018, 08:52:11 AM
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Hello to everyone,

I got an asus strix 1070, msi gaming x 1070 and zotac 1070ti amp working on the same rig. From time to time I'm getting this weird error when I'm starting a EWBF miner. Miner starts normally can find CUDA 0,1 and 2 devices. But when it comes down to solver it can initialize only Solver 1 and 2 not 0 which in my case zotac 1070ti. Then it is a BSOD witch nvlddmkm.sys error with header VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE. Cards are underclocked so there are no power issues at most with a 700 W aerocool PSU. 
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January 15, 2018, 09:25:29 AM
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Hello to everyone,

I got an asus strix 1070, msi gaming x 1070 and zotac 1070ti amp working on the same rig. From time to time I'm getting this weird error when I'm starting a EWBF miner. Miner starts normally can find CUDA 0,1 and 2 devices. But when it comes down to solver it can initialize only Solver 1 and 2 not 0 which in my case zotac 1070ti. Then it is a BSOD witch nvlddmkm.sys error with header VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE. Cards are underclocked so there are no power issues at most with a 700 W aerocool PSU. 

Looks like driver or overclocks problems. I would start with DDU, reinstall driver with only one problematic card in the miner (1070ti). When it works move to other cards.
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January 15, 2018, 11:10:39 AM
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Hello to everyone,

I got an asus strix 1070, msi gaming x 1070 and zotac 1070ti amp working on the same rig. From time to time I'm getting this weird error when I'm starting a EWBF miner. Miner starts normally can find CUDA 0,1 and 2 devices. But when it comes down to solver it can initialize only Solver 1 and 2 not 0 which in my case zotac 1070ti. Then it is a BSOD witch nvlddmkm.sys error with header VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE. Cards are underclocked so there are no power issues at most with a 700 W aerocool PSU.  

Looks like driver or overclocks problems. I would start with DDU, reinstall driver with only one problematic card in the miner (1070ti). When it works move to other cards.

I removed and reinstalled all drivers. Changed all risers with new ones. I run each one of the GPUs one by one with both overclocking and without it. They work ok. But when I try to make them work together they fail again. Still got no solution. Could this be power related? Got a 700W aerocool psu and kill-a-wat is at 450 W max before it raises an arror. I got the same PSU in another rig with 3 strix 1070 OC and they do fine. I'll switch PSU's and check if this one is defective. And I'm still open to more help.

Thanks.
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January 15, 2018, 11:42:05 AM
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Hello to everyone,

I got an asus strix 1070, msi gaming x 1070 and zotac 1070ti amp working on the same rig. From time to time I'm getting this weird error when I'm starting a EWBF miner. Miner starts normally can find CUDA 0,1 and 2 devices. But when it comes down to solver it can initialize only Solver 1 and 2 not 0 which in my case zotac 1070ti. Then it is a BSOD witch nvlddmkm.sys error with header VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE. Cards are underclocked so there are no power issues at most with a 700 W aerocool PSU.  

Looks like driver or overclocks problems. I would start with DDU, reinstall driver with only one problematic card in the miner (1070ti). When it works move to other cards.

I removed and reinstalled all drivers. Changed all risers with new ones. I run each one of the GPUs one by one with both overclocking and without it. They work ok. But when I try to make them work together they fail again. Still got no solution. Could this be power related? Got a 700W aerocool psu and kill-a-wat is at 450 W max before it raises an arror. I got the same PSU in another rig with 3 strix 1070 OC and they do fine. I'll switch PSU's and check if this one is defective. And I'm still open to more help.

Thanks.

Well, if you have another rig, then just replace one of 1070 with a problematic 1070ti in that rig and see. It could be power issue as well, but 700W should be plenty for 3x1070 (unless the power supply is faulty). Some people complained about power consumption spikes during initialisation of the cards. Try lower intensity settings. Alternatively try  DSTM's miner, I believe it initialises the cards one by one.
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January 16, 2018, 10:05:40 AM
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EWBF devfee address: https://zcash.flypool.org/miners/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG
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January 16, 2018, 11:45:50 AM
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Well he did a great job. So he deserves it.
Great job because: he has not updated the miners in months and it run faultless with any cards in any rigs on any OS. The number of complaints is minuscule (ignore those noobs who cannot set it up properly). And now consider claymores miner: yes it's full of features, but the amount of bugs and complaints is enormous. He released 4 updates in just a couple of weeks; and they were not speed improvements but bugs fixes. So I prefer something simple but solid (I don't need all those features claymore offers).  EWBF runs solid for weeks/months (I think I only restart rigs when I decided to do so, occasionally). TBH EWBF is the best miner I ever used.
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January 16, 2018, 01:12:28 PM
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Having said all, he should come back and support us. He gets tons of money and dont support us which is a shame.
Also...I see him active on the forums, but he just seems to be avoiding us  Huh
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January 17, 2018, 11:25:16 AM
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Having said all, he should come back and support us. He gets tons of money and dont support us which is a shame.
Also...I see him active on the forums, but he just seems to be avoiding us  Huh

Under what nick do you see him on forums? His most recent post is dated July-2017
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January 18, 2018, 02:47:51 AM
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wow thanks for this interesting share, EWBF makes 800k+ USD / month on dev fees; gives a lot of clues as to overall miners in ZCASH, and obviously how insanely profitable writing a competitive miner program is !!

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January 18, 2018, 07:25:59 AM
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What driver is the most stable driver?

Ubuntu Linux 16.04 with the recent kernel, EWBF 0.3.4, nvidia 375= working for 3-4 wks (or more) at the time with no interruption.
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January 18, 2018, 05:16:37 PM
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As it seems that Terraman didn't support EWBF dev anymore.

And apparently he's quite rich now (in zcash at least)...
https://zec.nanopool.org/account/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG
(361519 EUR/month)
https://zcashnetwork.info/address/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG
Total received: 16521 ZEC (~8.2Million EUR)

You can do a MITM attack on our own rig (no scam as you do it yourself)...
thanks to this contributor (not myself):
https://github.com/Mcracker/EWBF-dev-fee-to-myWallet

This MITM will also help you to verify that the announced 2%fee (or custom one from --fee argument) is never respected...

Enjoy!
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January 18, 2018, 06:46:45 PM
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As it seems that Terraman didn't support EWBF dev anymore.

And apparently he's quite rich now (in zcash at least)...
https://zec.nanopool.org/account/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG
(361519 EUR/month)
https://zcashnetwork.info/address/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG
Total received: 16521 ZEC (~8.2Million EUR)

You can do a MITM attack on our own rig (no scam as you do it yourself)...
thanks to this contributor (not myself):
https://github.com/Mcracker/EWBF-dev-fee-to-myWallet

This MITM will also help you to verify that the announced 2%fee (or custom one from --fee argument) is never respected...

Enjoy!

just out of curiousity, if the 2% fee or custom fee arguments are never respected, what is the effective fee we are paying when we just use EWBF regularly (ie when we don't use the suggested MITM solution) ?.. I suspect the MITM would bring its own stability problems into the mix, although I've never tried that as a workaround before. We know for a fact that for example Claymore's effective fees are also higher than the alleged 2 %, or the miner ends up mining less than an effective 98% because of all the interruptions...

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January 18, 2018, 07:04:34 PM
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Indeed, like Claymore the fees are almost always over the one announced.
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January 18, 2018, 08:17:34 PM
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i'm new with this.. just came from eth , Which is better with it
higher memory speed or gpu core speed ?


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