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July 14, 2017, 03:34:55 PM
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Yes, that is the problem, I have ran it later after copying the files, can see it working but crashed whole OS, I might need to use the latest files and give it a try again (now I'm sure it works with the latest fixes).

Also I'm seeing low hashrates sometimes while using 'NICE_ETHASH', dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH (saw that on nicehash portal, but on terminal it averages 185 MH always)

My OC settings cc-150 mc-1200 pl-95W (8 GTX 1060 6G on Z270P), does it have something to do with my OC settings? any idea?

Thanks for answering all my silly questions Smiley

Nicehash uses the instantaneous hashrate; this will have variance as your rig produces more or less shares per second (ie dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH).

Nicehash should probably also include a 6hr average both for hashrate and projected payouts (as now all of these are calculated based on your instantaneous hashrate.

That's what I thought but when my I lowered my OC a little it has improved the share rate (tested it for 10 hours or so), impressive.

Just want to ask your opinion about choosing between 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' and 'NICE_ETHASH', which one you think and prefer is best to gain more from any rig? (please ignore this question if it sounds silly Cheesy)

Thanks for the v0018 will do share my hashrate for a day or two.

Dear Community Members :

Can you guys please share your OC settings while using 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' with your yield per day.

Currently I'm on cc -100, mc - 1000, pl - 95 (180 MH on console), getting BTC 0.0053xxxx per day with my GTX 1060 6G (8 GPU) RIG mining 'NICE_ETHASH'.

I only have one RIG (can't afford another Cheesy), not sure I'm getting the best of it or not, would like to get best out of it with your suggestions.

Thanks in advance Smiley





I haven't used the Salfter nichhash profit switching, does that use the genoil miner ? If so I can give you some of the settings I have for my 1060s.

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Downloading 18 now but I don't see the link anymore for the onebash file.

Anyone where how to get onebash for version 18? Is it in the zip?
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Nope not in zip...Guess Fullzero pulled 1_bash v18 for some reason or another..
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wget and pastebin:


This is not an OPT solution as it still requires you to either restart your rigs or restart the mining process by invoking 2unix in order to implement the change on each rig.




Hi Fullzero,

I'm using a lot your nvOC and want to thank you a lot

question: why not to launch 2unix in the crontab each 3 hour for instance, this way the RIG will take account of the new 1bash after a max delay of 180 minutes

cheers
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July 14, 2017, 06:08:18 PM
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So I have successfully tested CHC coin mining on V0017 with suprnova pool. I'll test it out on v0018 and release it here once I get it working Smiley  Grin

I use [OS] nvOC easy-to-use Linux Nvidia Mining <3
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July 14, 2017, 06:25:09 PM
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Downloading 18 now but I don't see the link anymore for the onebash file.

Anyone where how to get onebash for version 18? Is it in the zip?


Nope not in zip...Guess Fullzero pulled 1_bash v18 for some reason or another..

You can see the 1bash file inside the drive once you write the img file to USB Drive/SSD like before. You can edit it and use it.

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Yes, that is the problem, I have ran it later after copying the files, can see it working but crashed whole OS, I might need to use the latest files and give it a try again (now I'm sure it works with the latest fixes).

Also I'm seeing low hashrates sometimes while using 'NICE_ETHASH', dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH (saw that on nicehash portal, but on terminal it averages 185 MH always)

My OC settings cc-150 mc-1200 pl-95W (8 GTX 1060 6G on Z270P), does it have something to do with my OC settings? any idea?

Thanks for answering all my silly questions Smiley

Nicehash uses the instantaneous hashrate; this will have variance as your rig produces more or less shares per second (ie dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH).

Nicehash should probably also include a 6hr average both for hashrate and projected payouts (as now all of these are calculated based on your instantaneous hashrate.

That's what I thought but when my I lowered my OC a little it has improved the share rate (tested it for 10 hours or so), impressive.

Just want to ask your opinion about choosing between 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' and 'NICE_ETHASH', which one you think and prefer is best to gain more from any rig? (please ignore this question if it sounds silly Cheesy)

Thanks for the v0018 will do share my hashrate for a day or two.

Dear Community Members :

Can you guys please share your OC settings while using 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' with your yield per day.

Currently I'm on cc -100, mc - 1000, pl - 95 (180 MH on console), getting BTC 0.0053xxxx per day with my GTX 1060 6G (8 GPU) RIG mining 'NICE_ETHASH'.

I only have one RIG (can't afford another Cheesy), not sure I'm getting the best of it or not, would like to get best out of it with your suggestions.

Thanks in advance Smiley





I haven't used the Salfter nichhash profit switching, does that use the genoil miner ? If so I can give you some of the settings I have for my 1060s.

Not sure I'm testing it now, will let you know how it goes. Anyway please share your OC setting and see if it increases my performance by any chance Smiley

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July 14, 2017, 08:23:55 PM
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Downloading 18 now but I don't see the link anymore for the onebash file.

Anyone where how to get onebash for version 18? Is it in the zip?


Nope not in zip...Guess Fullzero pulled 1_bash v18 for some reason or another..

You can see the 1bash file inside the drive once you write the img file to USB Drive/SSD like before. You can edit it and use it.

Ahh thats new. Cool thanks
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July 14, 2017, 08:31:27 PM
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Does anyone know why all shares are being rejected because of "low difficulty share?"  It only happens with DMD and ZCOIN.  Every other coin works fine.  I've tried different pools and oc settings with no change.


Sometimes a pool will take an additional argument for default difficulty.  Check with the pool; an dif this is the case look up the code block for the coin section in 1bash (ctrl + f) then type the COIN name.



I was just using the DMD pool that you had on oneBash.  miningfield.  The person on their help forum didn't know how to help.
ZCOIN is suprnova.  I just used the stock settings you had on the oneBash, with my worker and id that work fine for other coins.

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July 14, 2017, 11:01:14 PM
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I have tried to compile the newest ccminer for gtx 1060 for ages now, I cannot get it to work. This happens every time I try to compile.

akefile:1728: recipe for target 'ccminer-bignum.o' failed
make[2]: *** [ccminer-bignum.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
mv -f .deps/ccminer-api.Tpo .deps/ccminer-api.Po
mv -f .deps/ccminer-util.Tpo .deps/ccminer-util.Po
mv -f .deps/ccminer-ccminer.Tpo .deps/ccminer-ccminer.Po
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/ccminer'
Makefile:2028: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/ccminer'
Makefile:629: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2
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July 14, 2017, 11:39:38 PM
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Hi fullzero,
 
can u add Zerocoin "ZERO", Nexuscoin "NXS", Spreadcoin "SPR" and finally Dubaicoin "DBIX" ?

Thanks for all your hard work by the way Wink

I am going to make a new 1bash will all the new coin requests soon; I have added these to the list.

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July 14, 2017, 11:45:37 PM
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Yes, that is the problem, I have ran it later after copying the files, can see it working but crashed whole OS, I might need to use the latest files and give it a try again (now I'm sure it works with the latest fixes).

Also I'm seeing low hashrates sometimes while using 'NICE_ETHASH', dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH (saw that on nicehash portal, but on terminal it averages 185 MH always)

My OC settings cc-150 mc-1200 pl-95W (8 GTX 1060 6G on Z270P), does it have something to do with my OC settings? any idea?

Thanks for answering all my silly questions Smiley

Nicehash uses the instantaneous hashrate; this will have variance as your rig produces more or less shares per second (ie dropping to 100 MH and going to 250 MH).

Nicehash should probably also include a 6hr average both for hashrate and projected payouts (as now all of these are calculated based on your instantaneous hashrate.

That's what I thought but when my I lowered my OC a little it has improved the share rate (tested it for 10 hours or so), impressive.

Just want to ask your opinion about choosing between 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' and 'NICE_ETHASH', which one you think and prefer is best to gain more from any rig? (please ignore this question if it sounds silly Cheesy)

Thanks for the v0018 will do share my hashrate for a day or two.

Dear Community Members :

Can you guys please share your OC settings while using 'SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING' with your yield per day.

Currently I'm on cc -100, mc - 1000, pl - 95 (180 MH on console), getting BTC 0.0053xxxx per day with my GTX 1060 6G (8 GPU) RIG mining 'NICE_ETHASH'.

I only have one RIG (can't afford another Cheesy), not sure I'm getting the best of it or not, would like to get best out of it with your suggestions.

Thanks in advance Smiley


I haven't used the Salfter nichhash profit switching, does that use the genoil miner ? If so I can give you some of the settings I have for my 1060s.

Lately the Ethash algo has generally been the most profitable with nicehash; there are times when Equihash overtakes it briefly.  For this reason using the SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING should be slightly more profitible.


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wget and pastebin:


This is not an OPT solution as it still requires you to either restart your rigs or restart the mining process by invoking 2unix in order to implement the change on each rig.




Hi Fullzero,

I'm using a lot your nvOC and want to thank you a lot

question: why not to launch 2unix in the crontab each 3 hour for instance, this way the RIG will take account of the new 1bash after a max delay of 180 minutes

cheers

I will make a selectable option in the next 1bash which implements this; adding it to the list so I don't forget.

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July 14, 2017, 11:50:28 PM
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So I have successfully tested CHC coin mining on V0017 with suprnova pool. I'll test it out on v0018 and release it here once I get it working Smiley  Grin

Please share your code blocks for CHC to save me some time updating 1bash.  Smiley

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Downloading 18 now but I don't see the link anymore for the onebash file.

Anyone where how to get onebash for version 18? Is it in the zip?


Nope not in zip...Guess Fullzero pulled 1_bash v18 for some reason or another..

You can see the 1bash file inside the drive once you write the img file to USB Drive/SSD like before. You can edit it and use it.

Ahh thats new. Cool thanks

I didn't add a download link to the OP with the v0018 1bash because it is not compatible with previous versions of nvOC. 

I will add a download link when I finish adding the requested coin selections and a few other changes; then I will port as many of the v0018 features / updates as possible to rxOC.

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I have tried to compile the newest ccminer for gtx 1060 for ages now, I cannot get it to work. This happens every time I try to compile.

akefile:1728: recipe for target 'ccminer-bignum.o' failed
make[2]: *** [ccminer-bignum.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
mv -f .deps/ccminer-api.Tpo .deps/ccminer-api.Po
mv -f .deps/ccminer-util.Tpo .deps/ccminer-util.Po
mv -f .deps/ccminer-ccminer.Tpo .deps/ccminer-ccminer.Po
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/ccminer'
Makefile:2028: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/m1/ccminer'
Makefile:629: recipe for target 'all' failed
make: *** [all] Error 2


It is probably too difficult for non CS to compile ccminer; the current devs of each fork should really make an updated guide / mitigate some of the problems encountered when compiling.

Give me a link to the version / fork of ccminer you want to use and I will compile it optimized for 1060s.

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July 15, 2017, 12:05:16 AM
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Does anyone know why all shares are being rejected because of "low difficulty share?"  It only happens with DMD and ZCOIN.  Every other coin works fine.  I've tried different pools and oc settings with no change.


Sometimes a pool will take an additional argument for default difficulty.  Check with the pool; an dif this is the case look up the code block for the coin section in 1bash (ctrl + f) then type the COIN name.



I was just using the DMD pool that you had on oneBash.  miningfield.  The person on their help forum didn't know how to help.
ZCOIN is suprnova.  I just used the stock settings you had on the oneBash, with my worker and id that work fine for other coins.

I will test DMD and ZCOIN for "low difficulty share" rejection problems; adding this to the list.

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July 15, 2017, 12:07:03 AM
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I will release v0018 soon.  Currently you must reimage to upgrade; I will add an updater in a later version.

Hi fullzero, add please to v0018 a monitoring agent for zabbix.
Here https://pastebin.com/raw/pXDwWiS3 is the configuration file zabbix_agentd.conf

I created the necessary metrics for 10 GPUs.
The agent will send the metrics to the server with the IP Address 192.168.10.100
I'll try to add a customization guide.

Briefly: I take the Temrature and the hash from the Claymore
The power consumption of the GPU from the utility nvidia-smi

The result of the metrics is this:
curl -s http://localhost:3333 | sed '/GPU/!d; /Mh/!d;' | awk '{print $13}' | awk 'NR == 1'
curl -s http://localhost:3333 | sed '/Total/!d; /Speed/!d;' | awk '{print $6}' | awk 'NR == 3'
curl -s  http://localhost:3333 | awk '/t=/ {print $12}' | tr -d t=C | awk 'NR == 1'
nvidia-smi | grep % | awk '{print $5}' | tr -d W | awk 'NR==4'


My dashboard: https://photouploads.com/image/Bv1


PS: You need to install the latest package zabbix_agentd 3.2.6

wget http://repo.zabbix.com/zabbix/3.2/ubuntu/pool/main/z/zabbix-release/zabbix-release_3.2-1+xenial_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i zabbix-release_3.2-1+xenial_all.deb

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install zabbix-agent

Thank you, and sorry for my english.


Was already 50% complete with v0018 upload when I saw this.  Can you give me the link to the zabbix source code?

This looks interesting.

https://www.zabbix.com/download
https://github.com/zabbix
Zabbix is really nice, perhaps we can find a way to set up profiles depending on the miner used.

Some parts can become a bit more miner agnostic, Temperature can be:
Code:
UserParameter=Temp0, /usr/bin/nvidia-smi -i 0 --query-gpu=temperature.gpu --format=csv,noheader,nounits

For the Watt part you can consider to change to:
Code:
UserParameter=Watt0, /usr/bin/nvidia-smi -i 0 --query-gpu=power.draw --format=csv,noheader,nounits

The pag is already pretty full, but perhaps the fan speed can be of interest (in relation to power draw and temperature):
Code:
UserParameter=Fan0, /usr/bin/nvidia-smi -i 0 --query-gpu=fan.speed --format=csv,noheader,nounits

According to nvidia-smi documentation, setting nvidia-smi -pm 1 will speed up nvidia-smi output.

For EWBF Miner we can use the following, but it needs the (tiny) package jq https://stedolan.github.io/jq/
So first:
Code:
sudo apt install jq

And in the Zabbix config file (I'm running EWBF with --api=0.0.0.0:3333 to keep ports the same as Claymore):
Code:
UserParameter=GPU0, /usr/bin/curl 127.0.0.1:3333 -X '{"id":"0", "method":"getstat"}' | jq -r '.result[0].speed_sps'

The result[ x ] value needs to correspond with the GPU id.

If you two make an implementation with this: I will add a switch to 1bash that installs / configures / launches it.

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Hi Full,

I love what you've done with the product and I'm going to try to do my part in helping with the development and enhancements. I'm not a LINUX giant but I do work with it quite a bit. Anyway, 2 things:

1. I think you have a logic error in 1bash where you check for individual power levels and then the Maxx stuff. I had to change mine to YES for it to pick up my individual power levels:
if [[ $INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT == "YES" && $Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL == "YES" ]]

2. I'm finding that a stable clock for ETH might easily crash ZEN ...I have to drastically lower my memory clock for ZEN to be stable. The following settings are just some testing I'm doing on a stand-alone 1050Ti card
150/500 Equihash :: 200/900 Ethash

The ETHash is totally solid with 200/900 but don't dare try it in ZEN or ZEC. So to that end I'm wondering if we can't make the 1bash more friendly and possibly allow for individual algorithm speeds? I know it hurts my head to try to think of all the ways you could do this; and yes most would be ugly... but it is worth thinking about.

In the end I'm using a comment line right above the overclock settings and manually adjusting 1bash each time. Kinda sucks, but it works for me.

Great work and keep up the steam ...you're rolling along quite well. I'd love to see this product come into state soon, where we can monitor things and change coins remotely somehow. I have a few ideas on how to do that with a website control so I'll keep you posted if I make progress there.

--Too bad we can't download an entire thread from Bitcointalk to then make that thread searchable for information or whatever we're looking for. Hopefully nothing I have written here was redundant with things already discussed.


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Hi Full,

I love what you've done with the product and I'm going to try to do my part in helping with the development and enhancements. I'm not a LINUX giant but I do work with it quite a bit. Anyway, 2 things:

1. I think you have a logic error in 1bash where you check for individual power levels and then the Maxx stuff. I had to change mine to YES for it to pick up my individual power levels:
if [[ $INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT == "YES" && $Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL == "YES" ]]

2. I'm finding that a stable clock for ETH might easily crash ZEN ...I have to drastically lower my memory clock for ZEN to be stable. The following settings are just some testing I'm doing on a stand-alone 1050Ti card
150/500 Equihash :: 200/900 Ethash

The ETHash is totally solid with 200/900 but don't dare try it in ZEN or ZEC. So to that end I'm wondering if we can't make the 1bash more friendly and possibly allow for individual algorithm speeds? I know it hurts my head to try to think of all the ways you could do this; and yes most would be ugly... but it is worth thinking about.

In the end I'm using a comment line right above the overclock settings and manually adjusting 1bash each time. Kinda sucks, but it works for me.

Great work and keep up the steam ...you're rolling along quite well. I'd love to see this product come into state soon, where we can monitor things and change coins remotely somehow. I have a few ideas on how to do that with a website control so I'll keep you posted if I make progress there.

--Too bad we can't download an entire thread from Bitcointalk to then make that thread searchable for information or whatever we're looking for. Hopefully nothing I have written here was redundant with things already discussed.

1:

If you are using Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL; the individual powerlimit settings for each card are implemented by Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL (although not initially if that is what you mean; I can change this if you think it should be)


2:

see:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg20093039#msg20093039

In general I would like to offer as many options to members as possible and encourage members to share their customizations.

With any contribution, so long as it is not a blatant copy of a prior contribution; I will integrate it and add acknowledgement and BTC donation address to the top of 1bash.

If you use or make an executable; you must provide me with the source code and I will examine and compile it myself.

Your contribution must be free and open source.

I would like to avoid solutions involving the installation of multiple programs or services; to so something that can be done via SSH, SFTP, or a socket.


3:

bitcointalk is completely indexed by google:  search the topic title + what you are searching for  Smiley


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