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is there any way to adjust the graphs page so the values are actually readable? specially  the profit graph for sha256..


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February 20, 2017, 01:01:59 AM
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Custom multi algo miners:

minerx117 - NEMOSMINER multi algo profit switching NVIDIA miner for ZPOOL v1.2.1 (untested/unverified)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1777336.msg17729122#msg17729122

currently working on v1.5 ,          will be a big update adding support for another    7 algos,    which will make this miner multi pool mine    18 different algos   over   50 different coins   and will always mine which every is the most profitable, auto switches algo/coin to max profitability.         see www.ZPOOL.ca for more info

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February 20, 2017, 01:31:41 AM
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is there any way to adjust the graphs page so the values are actually readable? specially  the profit graph for sha256..




yeah I've tried fiddling with them but didn't have much luck. :/ jqplot is pretty annoying

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February 20, 2017, 09:50:57 PM
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Also, what's up with the miner count?

neoscrypt   167   2.3615%   386.6 kh/s   

I only have one computer mining neoscrypt, but it says i have 167 (and it keeps growing and shrinking).

It's now at 1679 miners for neoscrypt even though I have a single miner.

neoscrypt   1679   1.9878%   349.4 kh/s   

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February 20, 2017, 10:14:11 PM
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Also, what's up with the miner count?

neoscrypt   167   2.3615%   386.6 kh/s   

I only have one computer mining neoscrypt, but it says i have 167 (and it keeps growing and shrinking).

It's now at 1679 miners for neoscrypt even though I have a single miner.

neoscrypt   1679   1.9878%   349.4 kh/s   

hrmm, it s bit frustrating that the ghosts are hanging around.

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Note:  Please do not comment this batch file;  leave it out of your quote/replies on this thread to:  save space, and more importantly not confuse people when a new update to the batch is made.   Thanks!

REDISTRIBUTION OF ANY PART OF WHOLE OF THIS CODE FOR PROFIT/DONATION IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.  This code is provided for public use, not redistribution under another name for profit.

JK's Network Failure Monitor:  Want a batch file to reset your network adaptor when the connection drops or is unresponsive?  Click Here.


JK's Silent Miner launcher V 1.0:  Want to launch your miner app and batch file silently in the background like a system service?  Now you can easily.  I didn't have to install any extra support packages on windows 10.  YMMV.

I put this together for another member here on the site whom promised a reward, but in true old fashion;  no answers after providing it to them...

This relies on a simple .vbs file.  You can't execute the script without admin privileges;  that's how VBS works when it handles system commands, can't ever change that. (people have asked).

First, create these files, and leave them all in the same directory:

hider.vbs
Code:
CreateObject("Wscript.Shell").Run """" & WScript.Arguments(0) & """", 0, False


miner.bat
Code:
ccminer.exe -a skein  -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u 1PHSDYvVp6HpqtuUPocK41DrdeHbbezaeP -p c=BTC,skein,stats


hiddenminer.bat
Code:
wscript.exe ".\hider.vbs" ".\miner.bat"

Should be self explanatory on how it works.  It's that simple.

JK's Manual Farm Control Batch V1.0:  Click Here.  This gives you the ability to update the algo certain farms are using by changing the contents of a text file on the web.  Make one file for all farms, or make several files for separate miners.   This eliminates the need for remote login to the device in any way aside to update the mining software itself..  The miner is simply fetching a single word from a text file through http, and that single word is the algo name.

JK's Automatic Miner Batch file V 1.08
Code:
@echo off
SETLOCAL EnableExtensions
SET ADDY=1PHSDYvVp6HpqtuUPocK41DrdeHbbezaeP
SET DEV=
SET ID=i7-920
REM NOTE:  ADDY is where you put in your wallet address.  DEV is for device numbers to mine on.  If you have
REM        two video cards, then you will set it as 'SET DEV=-d 0,1' .  If you wish to only use your second
REM        and third video cards, you would use:   'SET DEV=-d 1,2' ... and so on.  ID is just a string to
REM        identify your miner's connection on the wallet page via the password field preview displayed.
REM        leave DEV blank to select all cuda devices.
REM
SET A=ccminer180.exe
SET B=ccminerx11e.exe
SET C=ccminerlyra2.exe
SET D=ccminerlbry1.exe
SET E=ccminerlbry.exe
SET F=ccminer.exe
REM NOTE:  A,B,C,D,E&F are all the ccminer file-names.  You should be able to use path:\to\ccminer.exe if you
REM        so desire.  I highly suggest putting a copy of each ccminer version you are using, in one folder
REM        with this naming structure to keep it simple. 'C:\zPool.ca\ccminer.exe' etc...
REM
SET POOL=mine.zpool.ca
SET COUNTER=0
SET LAST=N/A
SET A01=x13
SET A02=x11
SET A03=qubit
SET A04=x15
SET A05=lyra2v2
SET A06=neoscrypt
SET A07=decred
SET A08=blakecoin
SET A09=c11
SET A10=quark
SET A11=groestl
SET A12=blake2s
SET A13=x14
SET A14=x17
SET A15=nist5
SET A16=skein
SET A17=sib
SET A18=x11evo
SET A19=lbry
SET A20=keccak
SET A21=myr-gr
REM NOTE: Above are all the algos listed with a shorter pointer name.  You can use this reference to disable
REM       an algo in the lines below beginning with 'start "%DEV%:%...' by using the REM command before them
REM       just like you see used to comment this text you are reading.  Be sure to add/remove
REM       the corresponding algo's normalization in the 'SET PASS=%ID...' line.  The currently disabled ones
REM       can be found at the bottom of this batch file outside the main loop.
REM
COLOR 0A
:START
SET CURRENT=NONE
SET /A COUNTER=%COUNTER%+1
SET PASS=%ID%,c=BTC,x17=7.7,nist5=41.9,x11evo=11.8,sib=1.7,x13=10.3,x14=9.6,x15=8.2,x11=12.1,qubit=18.5,blakecoin=4.1,blake2s=1.7,neoscrypt=0.9,decred=2.2,skein=400.0,lbry=270.0,c11=12.74,groestl=37.1,quark=18.4,stats
ECHO Starting miner processes....
START "%DEV%:%A01%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A01% -o stratum+tcp://%A01%.%POOL%:3633 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A02%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A02% -o stratum+tcp://%A02%.%POOL%:3533 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A03%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A03% -o stratum+tcp://%A03%.%POOL%:4733 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A04%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A04% -o stratum+tcp://%A04%.%POOL%:3733 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
REM START "%DEV%:%A05%" /min %C% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A05% -o stratum+tcp://%A05%.%POOL%:4533 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A06%" /min %D% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A06% -o stratum+tcp://%A06%.%POOL%:4233 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A07%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A07% -o stratum+tcp://%A07%.%POOL%:5744 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A08%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A08% -o stratum+tcp://%A08%.%POOL%:5743 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A09%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A09% -o stratum+tcp://%A09%.%POOL%:3573 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A10%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A10% -o stratum+tcp://%A10%.%POOL%:4033 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A11%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A11% -o stratum+tcp://%A11%.%POOL%:5333 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A12%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A12% -o stratum+tcp://%A12%.%POOL%:5766 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A13%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A13% -o stratum+tcp://%A13%.%POOL%:3933 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A14%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A14% -o stratum+tcp://%A14%.%POOL%:3737 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A15%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A15% -o stratum+tcp://%A15%.%POOL%:3833 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A16%" /min %F% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A16% -o stratum+tcp://%A16%.%POOL%:4933 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A17%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A17% -o stratum+tcp://%A17%.%POOL%:5033 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A18%" /min %B% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A18% -o stratum+tcp://%A18%.%POOL%:3553 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
START "%DEV%:%A19%" /min %E% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A19% -o stratum+tcp://%A19%.%POOL%:3334 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
REM START "%DEV%:%A20%" /min %E% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A20% -o stratum+tcp://%A20%.%POOL%:5133 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
REM START "%DEV%:%A21%" /min %F% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A21% -o stratum+tcp://%A21%.%POOL%:5433 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%
REM
REM These are the normalizations for the disabled algos.  IF you enable them, add them to the PASS field in with the rest.
REM ,keccack=550.0,lyra2v2=37.2,myr-gr=50
REM
ECHO Miner processes started.  Waiting for connections to resolve.
CHOICE /c · /n /t 20 /d ·
REM NOTE: If your machine needs more time to wait for the instances of ccminer to close, modify the above line's value
REM       of '20' to the number of seconds you wish it to wait.
REM
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A01%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A01%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A02%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A02%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A03%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A03%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A04%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A04%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %C%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A05%"') DO IF %%x == %C% SET CURRENT=%A05%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %D%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A06%"') DO IF %%x == %D% SET CURRENT=%A06%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A07%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A07%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A08%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A08%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A09%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A09%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A10%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A10%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A11%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A11%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A12%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A12%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A13%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A13%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A14%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A14%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A15%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A15%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A16%"') DO IF %%x == %F% SET CURRENT=%A16%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A17%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET CURRENT=%A17%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %B%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A18%"') DO IF %%x == %B% SET CURRENT=%A18%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A19%"') DO IF %%x == %E% SET CURRENT=%A19%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A20%"') DO IF %%x == %E% SET CURRENT=%A20%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%A21%"') DO IF %%x == %F% SET CURRENT=%A21%
REM Algo detection for display purposes only.
REM
ECHO Currently mining: %CURRENT% on device(s): %DEV%
ECHO Total number of algo switches:  %COUNTER%
ECHO Previously mining: %LAST%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %A% ECHO Waiting for %A% to close...
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %B%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %B% ECHO Waiting for %B% to close...
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %C%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %C% ECHO Waiting for %C% to close...
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %D%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %D% ECHO Waiting for %D% to close...
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %E% ECHO Waiting for %E% to close...
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %F% ECHO Waiting for %F% to close...
REM Above checks processes for all instance-names of ccminer, and displays which one is running.
REM
:END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %A% goto END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %B%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %B% goto END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %C%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %C% goto END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %D%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %D% goto END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %E% goto END1
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%CURRENT%"') DO IF %%x == %F% goto END1
REM Checking processes for ccminer, if any version found, start looking again until none is found to continue
REM
SET LAST=%CURRENT%
CLS
GOTO START


JK's nVidia zPool Miner Batch V1.08

An updated version of the "lite" batch file will be added soon to add the new algos, I just need to go through it separately at another time, I ran out of steam today.  It has no algo detection, and just rotates through them all.  The original version can be found by clicking here and you could easily add the algos yourself.

I had issues with this update (thus the long wait) as when I would get a 19th-21st algo added to the batch, stratum wouldn't send disconnects to two other algos on top of the favored one leaving multiple algos mining at once.   I still can't figure out why this is happening, and my only guess at this point is maybe there's something funny with long passwords on the stratums for the algos I have disabled: lyra2v2, keccack, and myr-gr....   very odd... but it's working now as long as the offending algos were disabled.  I haven't tried to disable others and enable these ones... but It starts once the password gets that huge is my best guess (see batch).

I removed the intensity settings from the batch since 90% of you aren't going to be using the miners/terminals and don't need trimmed intensity for usability while mining.

The new base normalization for this batch is an EVGA GTX 1070 FTW DT ACX3 8Gb.

The normalizations I have on hand right now are as follows:
Code:
GTX 750Ti
x17=1.8
nist5=8.5
x11evo=2.7
sib=0.725
x13=2.3
x14=2.14
x15=1.8
x11=2.7
qubit=4.2
lyra2v2=6.2
blakecoin=1.4
blake2s=0.89
neoscrypt=0.155
decred=0.475
skein=73.5
lbry=44.2
c11=2.74
quark=5.0

GTX 980
x17=5.2
nist5=8.0
x11evo=7.7
sib=1.1
x13=6.8
x14=7.0
x15=5.6
x11=8.2
qubit=12.5
lyra2v2=22.0
blakecoin=1.4
blake2s=1.2
neoscrypt=0.651
decred=1.7
skein=293.0
lbry=157.0
c11=8.3
groestl=24.5
quark=11.5

GTX 1070 FTW DT 8G
x17=7.7 ccminer 1.7
nist5=41.9 ccminer 1.8-dev
x11evo=11.8 ccminer 1.8-dev
sib=1.7 ccminer 1.8-dev
x13=10.3 1.5.74-git(SP-MOD)
x14=9.6 ccminer 1.7
x15=8.2 ccminer 1.8.dev
x11=12.1 ccminer 1.8.dev
qubit=18.5 ccminer 1.8.dev
lyra2v2=37.2 ccminer 1.7.6
blakecoin=4.1 ccminer 1.8.dev
blake2s=1.7 ccminer 1.7.6
neoscrypt=0.922 ccminer 1.8.3
decred=2.2
skein=400.0
lbry=270.0
c11=12.74
groestl=37.1
quark=18.4
keccak=550.0 ccminer 1.7.6
myr-gr=55.9 ccminer 1.7

To get to my original batch file post with more info such as how to normalize, links to miner software, and other tidbits including old versions of the batch: by clicking here

The Equihash miner I am using: EWBF zCash Miner

The current most-used miner app is the ccminerAlexis78 build.  It can be compiled from source, or if you are unable, check out the nemosminer zpool link and download it by itself from his package/github.

Donations not necessary but always welcomed: 1pz4yZ6DAjn4ho7x2FiEqE6VVEvefFxK9

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Tote:  Please do not comment this batch file;  leave it out of your quote/replies on this thread to:  save space, and more importantly not confuse people when a new update to the batch is made.   Thanks!

@crackfoo, Id like to get some feedback to make sure the batch is ok before you update your support page with the new batch....  Seems a smart idea.


An updated version of the "lite" batch file will be added soon to add the new algos, I just need to go through it separately at another time, I ran out of steam today.  It has no algo detection, and just rotates through them all.  The original version can be found by clicking here and you could easily add the algos yourself.

I had issues with this update (thus the long wait) as when I would get a 19th-21st algo added to the batch, stratum wouldn't send disconnects to two other algos on top of the favored one leaving multiple algos mining at once.   I still can't figure out why this is happening, and my only guess at this point is maybe there's something funny with long passwords on the stratums for the algos I have disabled: lyra2v2, keccack, and myr-gr....   very odd... but it's working now as long as the offending algos were disabled.  I haven't tried to disable others and enable these ones... but It starts once the password gets that huge is my best guess (see batch).

I removed the intensity settings from the batch since 90% of you aren't going to be using the miners/terminals and don't need trimmed intensity for usability while mining.

The new base normalization for this batch is an EVGA GTX 1070 FTW DT ACX3 8Gb.

The normalizations I have on hand right now are as follows:
Code:
GTX 750Ti
x17=1.8
nist5=8.5
x11evo=2.7
sib=0.725
x13=2.3
x14=2.14
x15=1.8
x11=2.7
qubit=4.2
lyra2v2=6.2
blakecoin=1.4
blake2s=0.89
neoscrypt=0.155
decred=0.475
skein=73.5
lbry=44.2
c11=2.74
quark=5.0

GTX 980
x17=5.2
nist5=8.0
x11evo=7.7
sib=1.1
x13=6.8
x14=7.0
x15=5.6
x11=8.2
qubit=12.5
lyra2v2=22.0
blakecoin=1.4
blake2s=1.2
neoscrypt=0.651
decred=1.7
skein=293.0
lbry=157.0
c11=8.3
groestl=24.5
quark=11.5

GTX 1070 FTW DT 8G
x17=7.7 ccminer 1.7
nist5=41.9 ccminer 1.8-dev
x11evo=11.8 ccminer 1.8-dev
sib=1.7 ccminer 1.8-dev
x13=10.3 1.5.74-git(SP-MOD)
x14=9.6 ccminer 1.7
x15=8.2 ccminer 1.8.dev
x11=12.1 ccminer 1.8.dev
qubit=18.5 ccminer 1.8.dev
lyra2v2=37.2 ccminer 1.7.6
blakecoin=4.1 ccminer 1.8.dev
blake2s=1.7 ccminer 1.7.6
neoscrypt=0.922 ccminer 1.8.3
decred=2.2
skein=400.0
lbry=270.0
c11=12.74
groestl=37.1
quark=18.4
keccak=550.0 ccminer 1.7.6
myr-gr=55.9 ccminer 1.7

To get to my original batch file post with more info such as how to normalize, links to miner software, and other tidbits including old versions of the batch: by click here

If anyone has better luck enabling the other algos and not having it leave multiple instances open, i'd like to hear about it.


I also wanted to note I got this error on the wallet page in the miner summary:
"Fatal error: Call to undefined function yaamp_worker_shares_bad() in /home/zpool/next/web/yaamp/modules/site/results/wallet_miners_results.php on line 100"

It happened after I tested each algo for the 1070 normalization.... wasn't this way about an hour ago.   Ill see if it fixes itself.... I mean, It will probably have a LOT of ghost miners on it possibly just because of the short run times on each algo multiple times. (testing batch, etc)

Thanks a lot. I'll update it when some feedback about it comes in.


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website error:

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare getAdminSideBarLinks() (previously declared in /home/zpool/next/web/yaamp/core/functions/yaamp.php:526) in /home/zpool/next/web/yaamp/core/functions/admin.php on line 15

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another one

Fatal error: Call to undefined function yaamp_worker_shares_bad() in /home/zpool/next/web/yaamp/modules/site/results/wallet_miners_results.php on line 100

for sha256 workers.
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JK's Miner Batch file V 1.08
Code:
@echo off
SETLOCAL EnableExtensions
SET ADDY=1PHSDYvVp6HpqtuUPocK41DrdeHbbezaeP
SET DEV=
SET ID=i7-920


thankyou this is a amazing script i got tired of having to changed speeds and addys over 10 times for each ago this kills a few birds with one stone. Legend  :  )  

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Im working on a version of the batch that I can drop a txt file onto my web url, and I will update that text file with the algo I want my miners to mine...   and the batch will automatically check it every so often and close then start a new one if the batch contents have changed.

I have finished the batch aside from adding the lines for killing the open process of the miner but for some reason im having trouble communicating with my VPN's host PC;  even though im connected to my VPN now......  so no tests tonight.

Ugh.  network woes.

Im sure the ability to control an entire farm remotely;  using only an identical batch file on each miner;  and having the farm be at any site on the web... will be something people will want to be able to do =)

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So with the current list of algos on zpool, which ones are better for CPU and which ones are better for GPUs?

And what is a good miner EXE for CPU, nvidia, and Radeon?

Looking to create a batch file for each, and I don't want a CPU mining a GPU friendly algo and vice versa.

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We've now added new algos: timemachine and equihash and a few coins to go along with them.

Consider both as beta as we've yet to officially find blocks but all seems running ok.

If someone can test and confirm that'd be great.

Cheers!

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We've now added new algos: timemachine and equihash and a few coins to go along with them.

Consider both as beta as we've yet to officially find blocks but all seems running ok.

If someone can test and confirm that'd be great.

Cheers!

i noticed equihash high up on the list.  What's a good Windows miner for it?  Is it a CPU or GPU algo?

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We've now added new algos: timemachine and equihash and a few coins to go along with them.

Consider both as beta as we've yet to officially find blocks but all seems running ok.

If someone can test and confirm that'd be great.

Cheers!

i noticed equihash high up on the list.  What's a good Windows miner for it?  Is it a CPU or GPU algo?

I believe there are GPU miners for it now... here's a windows one:

Zcash with GPU AMD Genoil Miner (Windows):

https://github.com/Genoil/ZECMiner/blob/master/releases/genoil-zec-miner-0.4.1.zip


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NEMOSMINER is made up of multiple versions of open source ccminer's including alex78, sp-mod, djm34,  tpruvot please support these devs

this is version 1.5 and has 17 different algorithms enabled (groestl,myr-gr,c11,sib-x11ghost,decred,blakecoin,lbry,lyra2v2,neoscrypt,nist5,skein,x11evo,x13,x14,x15,x17,blake2s,)  

auto switches to the most profitable algo/coin

very easy setup: (big improvements to the script only need to change btc address once now instead of 11 times) :  )

step 1. edit the nemosminerv1.5.bat (change my btcaddress to yours and set the number or cards to use default DEV=0 (1card)  eg: DEV=0,1,2,3,4 (5card rig)

Code:
ADDY=19iNwpkQEtjoDTz4sP5EKMJHvF6smZxqhR
SET DEV=0

step 2. run nemosminerv1.5.bat

this version is setup for the nvidia 1050ti and 1070 but can be easily adjusted to suit other cards just change the speed settings after the -p command. (speed is in mhs except for blake & decred algo's which are ghs)
tested on windows 10 64bit pc with single 1050ti,  and on 1070 x 5 rig running windows 7 64bit

hope this helps some people, i will keep it up to date with new profitable algos and the latest ccminer releases

nemosminer ZPOOL nvidia miner v1.5      https://mega.nz/#F!kA9kwRjb!p5UzpnZ-sYbp7cNYvYQbTw

md5 checksum:  2498e8040b61cd92eb50c6a3f5784a70

this is a free project feel free to donate be much appreciated: 19iNwpkQEtjoDTz4sP5EKMJHvF6smZxqhR  (please support the devs of ccminer with out them no1 would be mining on nvidia gpus)

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Here it is....

JK's zPool Manual Miner Batch V1.0

Code:
@echo off
:STARTNEWALGO
SETLOCAL EnableExtensions
SET ADDY=1PHSDYvVp6HpqtuUPocK41DrdeHbbezaeP
SET DEV=
SET ID=i7-920-GPU
REM NOTE:  ADDY is where you put in your wallet address.  DEV is for device numbers to mine on.  If you have
REM        two video cards, then you will set it as 'SET DEV=-d 0,1' .  If you wish to only use your second
REM        and third video cards, you would use:   'SET DEV=-d 1,2' ... and so on.  ID is just a string to
REM        identify your miner's connection on the wallet page via the password field preview displayed.
REM        leave DEV blank to select all cuda devices. Equihash device selection not implemented yet.
REM
SET ALGOLOC=http://nomadpaintball.tripod.com/currentalgo.txt
SET ALGOFN=currentalgo.txt
REM        ALGOLOC is the URL to the file that has your algo selection.  ALGOFN is the filename itself.
REM        Set them appropriately to your file location and name.
REM
SET A=ccminer180.exe
SET B=ccminerx11e.exe
SET C=ccminerlyra2.exe
SET D=ccminerlbry1.exe
SET E=ccminerlbry.exe
SET F=ccminer.exe
SET G=equihash.exe
REM NOTE:  A,B,C,D,E,F&G are all the miner app file-names.  You should be able to use path:\to\ccminer.exe etc. if
REM        you so desire.  I highly suggest putting a copy of each ccminer version you are using, in one folder
REM        with this naming structure to keep it simple. 'C:\zPool.ca\ccminer.exe' etc...  eliminates path:\to\ fluff.
REM
SET POOL=mine.zpool.ca
SET ALGOLOC=http://nomadpaintball.tripod.com/currentalgo.txt
SET ALGOFN=currentalgo.txt
SET A01=x13
SET A02=x11
SET A03=qubit
SET A04=x15
SET A05=lyra2v2
SET A06=neoscrypt
SET A07=decred
SET A08=blakecoin
SET A09=c11
SET A10=quark
SET A11=groestl
SET A12=blake2s
SET A13=x14
SET A14=x17
SET A15=nist5
SET A16=skein
SET A17=sib
SET A18=x11evo
SET A19=lbry
SET A20=keccak
SET A21=myr-gr
SET A22=equihash
COLOR 0A
SET PASS=%ID%,c=BTC
SET WHATTOMINE=NONE
IF EXIST .\currentalgo.txt DO DEL currentalgo.txt
IF EXIST .\nextalgo.txt DO DEL nextalgo.txt
:TOP1
CLS
ECHO Fetching current algorythm selection...
powershell -version 2.0 -Command "(New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('%ALGOLOC%', '%ALGOFN%')"
REM        Windows PowerShell 2.0 or greater is needed to be able to access the web and download a file from the command interpreter.
REM
IF EXIST .\currentalgo.txt SET /P WHATTOMINE=<currentalgo.txt
IF %WHATTOMINE% == NONE ECHO Web connection unavailable.  Retry in 5 seconds...
IF %WHATTOMINE% == NONE CHOICE /c · /n /t 5 /d ·
IF %WHATTOMINE% == NONE GOTO TOP1
ECHO %WHATTOMINE% selected.
SET /A NEXTALGO=%WHATTOMINE%
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A01% START "%DEV%:%A01%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A01% -o stratum+tcp://%A01%.%POOL%:3633 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A02% START "%DEV%:%A02%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A02% -o stratum+tcp://%A02%.%POOL%:3533 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A03% START "%DEV%:%A03%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A03% -o stratum+tcp://%A03%.%POOL%:4733 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A04% START "%DEV%:%A04%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A04% -o stratum+tcp://%A04%.%POOL%:3733 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A05% START "%DEV%:%A05%" /min %C% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A05% -o stratum+tcp://%A05%.%POOL%:4533 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A06% START "%DEV%:%A06%" /min %D% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A06% -o stratum+tcp://%A06%.%POOL%:4233 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A07% START "%DEV%:%A07%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A07% -o stratum+tcp://%A07%.%POOL%:5744 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A08% START "%DEV%:%A08%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A08% -o stratum+tcp://%A08%.%POOL%:5743 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A09% START "%DEV%:%A09%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A09% -o stratum+tcp://%A09%.%POOL%:3573 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A10% START "%DEV%:%A10%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A10% -o stratum+tcp://%A10%.%POOL%:4033 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A11% START "%DEV%:%A11%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A11% -o stratum+tcp://%A11%.%POOL%:5333 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A12% START "%DEV%:%A12%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A12% -o stratum+tcp://%A12%.%POOL%:5766 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A13% START "%DEV%:%A13%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A13% -o stratum+tcp://%A13%.%POOL%:3933 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A14% START "%DEV%:%A14%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A14% -o stratum+tcp://%A14%.%POOL%:3737 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A15% START "%DEV%:%A15%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A15% -o stratum+tcp://%A15%.%POOL%:3833 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A16% START "%DEV%:%A16%" /min %F% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A16% -o stratum+tcp://%A16%.%POOL%:4933 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A17% START "%DEV%:%A17%" /min %A% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A17% -o stratum+tcp://%A17%.%POOL%:5033 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A18% START "%DEV%:%A18%" /min %B% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A18% -o stratum+tcp://%A18%.%POOL%:3553 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A19% START "%DEV%:%A19%" /min %E% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A19% -o stratum+tcp://%A19%.%POOL%:3334 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A20% START "%DEV%:%A20%" /min %E% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A20% -o stratum+tcp://%A20%.%POOL%:5133 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A21% START "%DEV%:%A21%" /min %F% %DEV% -r 0 -a %A21% -o stratum+tcp://%A21%.%POOL%:5433 -u %ADDY% -p %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats
IF %WHATTOMINE% == %A22% START "%DEV%:%A22%" /min %G% --server %POOL% --user %ADDY% --pass %PASS%,%WHATTOMINE%,stats --port 2142 --eexit 3
:WAITAGAIN
CLS
ECHO Miner loaded and mining %WHATTOMINE%.  Waiting for algo change or miner app to close.
SET ISRUNNING=FALSE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %A% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %B%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %B% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %C%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %C% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %D%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %D% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %E% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %F% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == TRUE GOTO TRUE
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %G%" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %DEV%:%WHATTOMINE%"') DO IF %%x == %G% SET ISRUNNING=TRUE
IF %ISRUNNING% == FALSE GOTO RESTART
:TRUE
CHOICE /c · /n /t 20 /d ·
REM        Check URL every x minutes for an algo selection change (60s x 5Min == 300), etc.
REM
powershell -Command "(New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('%ALGOLOC%', 'nextalgo.txt')"
IF EXIST .\nextalgo.txt SET /P NEXTALGO=<nextalgo.txt
IF %NEXTALGO% == %WHATTOMINE% ECHO No change detected.  Still mining %WHATTOMINE%
IF %ISRUNNING% == FALSE GOTO RESTART
CHOICE /c · /n /t 2 /d ·
IF %NEXTALGO% == %WHATTOMINE% GOTO WAITAGAIN
:RESTART
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %A%"') DO IF %%x == %A% TASKKILL /F /IM %A%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %B%"') DO IF %%x == %B% TASKKILL /F /IM %B%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %C%"') DO IF %%x == %C% TASKKILL /F /IM %C%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %D%"') DO IF %%x == %D% TASKKILL /F /IM %D%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %E%"') DO IF %%x == %E% TASKKILL /F /IM %E%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %F%"') DO IF %%x == %F% TASKKILL /F /IM %F%
FOR /F %%x IN ('tasklist /NH /FI "IMAGENAME eq %G%"') DO IF %%x == %G% TASKKILL /F /IM %G%
SET /P WHATTOMINE=<nextalgo.txt
GOTO STARTNEWALGO

JK's nVidia zPool Miner "Manual" Batch V1.0


Update: Updated to 1.0.  Tested and functions well.  No major changes since V0.9 Beta;  just beautification and cleaning up the mess.

This batch REQUIRES Windows Powershell >= 2.0. But luckily that covers PC's from Vista and later.  99% of users will not need to install or download anything extra.

Simple.  Same as my original batch instructions, but as well you must enter the URL and filename of where you will be uploading a text file containing the name of the algo you wish your miner to mine.   If the batch can't get on the internet, you will see a huge red error.  It will continue to retry every so many seconds.

My example is just a txt file on a tripod website.  All I do is change the algo name in the text file (that only contains the algo name in it) and the miner will automatically check it and change the app as needed.  If it detects no miner running, it will restart it's whole process.  You can also visit the url and see the text file I am currently using.

I have not tested this fully for longer than a few min.... but AFAIK, it should work fine.  I tested it.  It works great.  I have all of my farms running this batch now.

Please report any issues you may have.  And I'm looking for feedback and suggestions.

I bet you guys didn't think a batch can do this.

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Here it is....

JK's zPool Remote Miner V0.8  Alpha

.....

This batch REQUIRES Windows Powershell >= 2.0.

Simple.  Enter URL and filename of where you will be uploading your miner selection.

Mine is just a txt file on a tripod website.  All I do is change the algo name in the text file (that only contains the algo name in it) and the miner will automatically check it and change the app as needed.

I have not tested this fully for longer than a few min.... but AFAIK, it should work fine.

Please report any issues you may have.

I bet you guys didnt think a batch can do this.

fantastic, thanks a lot!

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Here it is....

JK's zPool Remote Miner V0.8  Alpha


fantastic, thanks a lot!

No prob.  Thisis something I have been wanting to have for a LONG time.   No need to log into a miner to swutch algo....  Cause in my instance, I have many machines at many locations, and when a profitability spike happens, i want to be able to take advantage manually.


Next i'll try to mix this with the regular batch and make it so you can select "auto" on the web file.

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We've now added new algos: timemachine and equihash and a few coins to go along with them.

Consider both as beta as we've yet to officially find blocks but all seems running ok.

If someone can test and confirm that'd be great.

Cheers!

i noticed equihash high up on the list.  What's a good Windows miner for it?  Is it a CPU or GPU algo?

I believe there are GPU miners for it now... here's a windows one:

Zcash with GPU AMD Genoil Miner (Windows):

https://github.com/Genoil/ZECMiner/blob/master/releases/genoil-zec-miner-0.4.1.zip



Thanks, but it doesn't seem to be working for me.  I'm getting 0.0S/s for some reason.  I'm using a R9 280x.  -P 1 (-P 0 does not work).

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