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August 20, 2017, 04:44:10 PM
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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

How do you lose 30% of expected shares?  You mean rejected shares?  

Not rejected shares, is a weird thing and i dont analyze deeper on this. I get 70% of expected share with this hashrate report, so remove 30% of your hashrate when u use krnlx

Where are you getting your expected shares tally from?  I think that varies based on difficulty of the shares calculated which is determined by the stratum server, not your machine, so i don't know how you'd reliably determine expected shares in order to reason that you're losing 30%.  Right now with 460-480Mh/s I'm getting about 22 coins an hour, which seems to be in line with the predictions of whattomine.com's mining calculator profit wise, ~ 525-550 coins a day @ $.07 per coin = ~$37-38.00 /day.

 I haven't mined at length with TPruvot ccminer 2.2 with the current configuration on my system, so I don't know if it would result in higher profit, but krnlx seems to be on point for profitability estimates now that I've got it properly configured and my clock settings are dialed in.   FWIW, I'm not sure why you're downclocking your memory so much.  I overclock mine +100 on 1070s and +800 on 1080 Tis.  I see no benefit from underclocking memory on Nvidia cards really since power usage comes from core clock speed primarily, and it could result in unstable mining to underclock memory too much.

EDIT:  I had the under use problem with Watchdog as well, but I took care of that by raising my clock speed on my GPUs from +100 to +125 and setting intensity to -i 25, now I don't have watchdog restarts at all.  

I get same result on suprnova or pool.mn, for 2 days on each after i install krnlx, i lost 30% income and lost 30% on wathtomine prediction.
I give a try to push my MemoryClock to +100 and i lost hashrate instant, prolly depend from the card. Maybe try to lower your MemoryClock u gona gain more hashrate. I use 8 x ASUS 1070 8OG, i have stable for more them 24h running and get 242+mh/s

After reading this: I don't want to include the krnlx fork.  Instead I will update the tpruvot to the newest version for v0019.  Is this the optimal client right now for skunk?



I ran the 2.2 version of TPruvot ccminer w/ skunk and got horrible hashrates.  I will recompile and test it again, but for now, krnlx is the fastest for me.  I'm not sure why there is a perceived drop of 30% in his setup, but I'm not seeing that at all.  I'm mining exactly at the expected coin rate per day based on both whattomine.com and crypto-economy.com calculators (450mh/s nets me around 550 coins a day +/- 25).  I will note that when I tried changing clock settings a little higher it really affected hashrates, dropping them over time considerably.  There is definitely a 'sweet spot' clock rate for skunk, and deviation appears to create greatly reduced production.  Also mining at -i 26 seems to have reduced my hashrates, so -i 25 is the proper setting for 1070 / 1080 Ti at least.  Lower settings or leaving -i blank greatly reduce hashrates, as is to be expected.

I'll update with the results of a recompile with tpruvot's most recent ccminer release on 0018.

Thanks for keeping an eye on this.

EDIT: the latest tpruvot ccminer release runs at just about the same hashrate as krnlx within 1-2mh/s (463mh/s vs. 462mh/s) and in a 2 hour test it mined 26-27 coins an hour on sigt.pool.mn which is a small number more than I was mining before, but it's a shjort test length so I'll update again after 24 hours to get a better average.  I was able to run tpruvot with skunk from command line in guake, but it crashes for some reason when running from the script almost immediately after it starts mining (before watchdog kicks in).  Not sure why that's happening, the command line is the same in both as I have it configured.

In the end, I don't see a dramatic difference between the two miners' performance except that I know krnlx runs from the script properly, whereas TPccminer 2.2 does not work in the script yet.  I'll keep playing around with it to see if some code in the script I added has an error. It's strange because the miner actually starts mining properly, but then errors out, rather than just not running at all which is normally how that goes.


Are you using the newest watchdog; the one from the purple download link on the OP?

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Hi fullzero,
Thank for your awesome distro. It help me alot!!!

If u dont mind, i think here are some improvements for your 1 bash file:

1. Use "eval" instead of very very long repeatedly redundancy source code,
For example:

for j in $TI
  do
    for (( i=0; i<GPUS; i++ )) ;
    do
        eval \${NVD} -a [gpu:\${i}]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[\${j}]=\${__CORE_OVERCLOCK_$i}
        eval \${NVD} -a [gpu:\${i}]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[\${j}]=\${MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_$i}
    done
done

or

if [[ $MANUAL_FAN == "YES" && $Maxximus007_AUTO_TEMPERATURE_CONTROL == "NO" ]]
then
    for (( i=0; i<GPUS; i++ )) ;
    do
   eval \${NVD} -a [gpu:\${i}]/GPUFanControlState=1
   eval \${NVD} -a [fan:\${i}]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=\${FAN_SPEED_$i}
    done
fi


2. Move repeatedly source code to a function
For example:
function SLOW_USB_KEY_DELAY(){
    if [ $SLOW_USB_KEY_MODE == "YES" ]
    then
        sleep 6
    fi
}

3. Use directly $CLAYMORE_VERSION to create claymore path instead of using if...fi
For example:
$CLAYMORE_VERSION="9_8"
HCD="/home/m1/eth/$CLAYMORE_VERSION/ethdcrminer64"

Sorry for my bad English but hope that it will help u
Cheers,


Thank you for input.

I am, among other titles; a CS: so I am familiar with optimizing code.  I will fully OO what is now called 1bash after I have implemented member requests.  Using OO code that is functionally identical to the overly procedural code; is not a priority.  It is also harder for a member who is not familiar with linux, let alone bash; to understand OO code.

nvOC is not only a mining OS; it is also a method of exposing thousands of members to linux and teaching them some very basic bash scripting.  In v0019 the implementation is separate from the user configuration / settings; so it will start to make more sense to optimize the code: as I expect most members will no longer interact with the implementation at this point.


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August 20, 2017, 04:58:51 PM
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So I'm pretty new to mining, have 2 rigs. 1 running 2 1080ti's and 1 1060 mini. And then the other rig has 1 1080ti and one 1060 mini (other 1080ti is bunk) I tried downloading nvoc18 but it didn't cooperate and the copy just crashed upon boot. So I imaged back to nvoc17 and it's running well other than this. Stuff about the individual power settings and teamviewer etc those show up every time I've run 17, even with multiple re image attempts. My buddy voskcoin has been helping me troubleshoot my problems and getting me started, but he wasn't even sure about this.

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I ran the 2.2 version of TPruvot ccminer w/ skunk and got horrible hashrates.  I will recompile and test it again, but for now, krnlx is the fastest for me.  I'm not sure why there is a perceived drop of 30% in his setup, but I'm not seeing that at all.  I'm mining exactly at the expected coin rate per day based on both whattomine.com and crypto-economy.com calculators (450mh/s nets me around 550 coins a day +/- 25).  I will note that when I tried changing clock settings a little higher it really affected hashrates, dropping them over time considerably.  There is definitely a 'sweet spot' clock rate for skunk, and deviation appears to create greatly reduced production.  Also mining at -i 26 seems to have reduced my hashrates, so -i 25 is the proper setting for 1070 / 1080 Ti at least.  Lower settings or leaving -i blank greatly reduce hashrates, as is to be expected.

I'll update with the results of a recompile with tpruvot's most recent ccminer release on 0018.

Thanks for keeping an eye on this.

EDIT: the latest tpruvot ccminer release runs at just about the same hashrate as krnlx within 1-2mh/s (463mh/s vs. 462mh/s) and in a 2 hour test it mined 26-27 coins an hour on sigt.pool.mn which is a small number more than I was mining before, but it's a shjort test length so I'll update again after 24 hours to get a better average.  I was able to run tpruvot with skunk from command line in guake, but it crashes for some reason when running from the script almost immediately after it starts mining (before watchdog kicks in).  Not sure why that's happening, the command line is the same in both as I have it configured.

In the end, I don't see a dramatic difference between the two miners' performance except that I know krnlx runs from the script properly, whereas TPccminer 2.2 does not work in the script yet.  I'll keep playing around with it to see if some code in the script I added has an error. It's strange because the miner actually starts mining properly, but then errors out, rather than just not running at all which is normally how that goes.


Yeap skunk have sweet spot for every brand i think. U have to manage to find the fine tunning. I am not sure about this but i bet 1080ti can grab better performance on -i 26, i think u assign intensity per gpu like -d 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 -i 25 -d 7,8,9,10,11 -i 26
Anyway i get a bad experience with krnlx, before ccminer update, i was thinking about going back to palginmod with -20% hashrate ( not the new one )
I try to fix my variation GPU volatility, i cant run watchdog without lot of reboot by GPU sometime go to 0% for 1 second, everything is fine but watchdog dont like this Wink
When u try to reboot miner via quake, i dont know why but on ccminer build, script cant kill "irq" is state in zombie mode. So when u launch miner again, GPU cant assign correct value cause if this "irq" zombie, just do "sudo pkill -e irq" and u can launch it Wink

Are you using the newest watchdog; the one from the purple download link on the OP?

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Hi, i managed to connect 13*p106-100 gpu-z with no display output but when i log on via teamviewer the resolution is too small to do anything, could you fix this so that the resolution is normal ? Then i can do everything easily and test to my will:)

Edit: i get this in restart log :
Sun Aug 20 18:10:35 CEST 2017 - Utilization is too low: reviving did not work so restarting system in 10 seconds

Sun Aug 20 18:13:03 CEST 2017 - Starting miner restart script.

what does it mean
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Yeap skunk have sweet spot for every brand i think. U have to manage to find the fine tunning. I am not sure about this but i bet 1080ti can grab better performance on -i 26, i think u assign intensity per gpu like -d 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 -i 25 -d 7,8,9,10,11 -i 26
Anyway i get a bad experience with krnlx, before ccminer update, i was thinking about going back to palginmod with -20% hashrate ( not the new one )
I try to fix my variation GPU volatility, i cant run watchdog without lot of reboot by GPU sometime go to 0% for 1 second, everything is fine but watchdog dont like this Wink
When u try to reboot miner via quake, i dont know why but on ccminer build, script cant kill "irq" is state in zombie mode. So when u launch miner again, GPU cant assign correct value cause if this "irq" zombie, just do "sudo pkill -e irq" and u can launch it Wink

Ahh... I was wondering how to set individual difficulty .. I'll give that a shot to see if I can squeeze some better perf. out of it.  Thanks for the tip.

I've just gone back to using krnlx in the script since the performance is nearly identical as far as i can tell and it's stable without having to worry whether watchdog will kill it or not.

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I ran the 2.2 version of TPruvot ccminer w/ skunk and got horrible hashrates.  I will recompile and test it again, but for now, krnlx is the fastest for me.  I'm not sure why there is a perceived drop of 30% in his setup, but I'm not seeing that at all.  I'm mining exactly at the expected coin rate per day based on both whattomine.com and crypto-economy.com calculators (450mh/s nets me around 550 coins a day +/- 25).  I will note that when I tried changing clock settings a little higher it really affected hashrates, dropping them over time considerably.  There is definitely a 'sweet spot' clock rate for skunk, and deviation appears to create greatly reduced production.  Also mining at -i 26 seems to have reduced my hashrates, so -i 25 is the proper setting for 1070 / 1080 Ti at least.  Lower settings or leaving -i blank greatly reduce hashrates, as is to be expected.

I'll update with the results of a recompile with tpruvot's most recent ccminer release on 0018.

Thanks for keeping an eye on this.

EDIT: the latest tpruvot ccminer release runs at just about the same hashrate as krnlx within 1-2mh/s (463mh/s vs. 462mh/s) and in a 2 hour test it mined 26-27 coins an hour on sigt.pool.mn which is a small number more than I was mining before, but it's a shjort test length so I'll update again after 24 hours to get a better average.  I was able to run tpruvot with skunk from command line in guake, but it crashes for some reason when running from the script almost immediately after it starts mining (before watchdog kicks in).  Not sure why that's happening, the command line is the same in both as I have it configured.

In the end, I don't see a dramatic difference between the two miners' performance except that I know krnlx runs from the script properly, whereas TPccminer 2.2 does not work in the script yet.  I'll keep playing around with it to see if some code in the script I added has an error. It's strange because the miner actually starts mining properly, but then errors out, rather than just not running at all which is normally how that goes.


Yeap skunk have sweet spot for every brand i think. U have to manage to find the fine tunning. I am not sure about this but i bet 1080ti can grab better performance on -i 26, i think u assign intensity per gpu like -d 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 -i 25 -d 7,8,9,10,11 -i 26
Anyway i get a bad experience with krnlx, before ccminer update, i was thinking about going back to palginmod with -20% hashrate ( not the new one )
I try to fix my variation GPU volatility, i cant run watchdog without lot of reboot by GPU sometime go to 0% for 1 second, everything is fine but watchdog dont like this Wink
When u try to reboot miner via quake, i dont know why but on ccminer build, script cant kill "irq" is state in zombie mode. So when u launch miner again, GPU cant assign correct value cause if this "irq" zombie, just do "sudo pkill -e irq" and u can launch it Wink

Are you using the newest watchdog; the one from the purple download link on the OP?

Nop actually i use the old one, i prefer to wait version 0019 to get everything up to date. I can be patient and is actually work fine like this Wink

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August 20, 2017, 11:35:00 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/fVp8VRy.jpg

Some proof things work. still need a good Tutorial on 1bash file meanings for nvOC so ppl don't wast time on trial and error.
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Your photo link doesn't work.

Whoops sorry about that, here is the link! http://i999.photobucket.com/albums/af112/Ben_klink/E411BAAB-938C-42A3-BDE6-0B6B5610CF6A_zpskweq0qgp.jpg

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When I want to enter commands I'm using Guake terminal. Sometimes it doesn't show uo even I hit f12.

Why is it unstable?
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When I want to enter commands I'm using Guake terminal. Sometimes it doesn't show uo even I hit f12.

Why is it unstable?

Not sure how you mean, but from my experience I can say, Guake doesn't work straight away after boot, the 1bash need to run first and you will see notification about Guake(press F12).

Then you can press F12, after 1st run of 1Bash after reboot only Guake works normal with F12.

Hope it makes sense and helps! Smiley

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When I want to enter commands I'm using Guake terminal. Sometimes it doesn't show uo even I hit f12.

Why is it unstable?

Not sure how you mean, but from my experience I can say, Guake doesn't work straight away after boot, the 1bash need to run first and you will see notification about Guake(press F12).

Then you can press F12, after 1st run of 1Bash after reboot only Guake works normal with F12.

Hope it makes sense and helps! Smiley


Here's the scenario what happened earlier.

I wait 3 minutes for the system to fully load its daemon and programs and then I open up the guake (hit f12). After that I opened up the firefox and searched something (I often hit alt+tab to monitor if the miner still works).

When I'm about to check the watchdog, I can't access it anymore. So I hit f12 but no good. I clicked the launcher but it gives mo a "loading" mouse.

I made a workaround for now, I went to guake properties and put the window "always on top".
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When will you make a fix for P106 Huh
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When will you make a fix for P106 Huh


Fullzero said as soon as he gets a hold of 2 P106-100 cards.

Read pages 125 up to now and you can make it work
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When I want to enter commands I'm using Guake terminal. Sometimes it doesn't show uo even I hit f12.

Why is it unstable?

Not sure how you mean, but from my experience I can say, Guake doesn't work straight away after boot, the 1bash need to run first and you will see notification about Guake(press F12).

Then you can press F12, after 1st run of 1Bash after reboot only Guake works normal with F12.

Hope it makes sense and helps! Smiley


Here's the scenario what happened earlier.

I wait 3 minutes for the system to fully load its daemon and programs and then I open up the guake (hit f12). After that I opened up the firefox and searched something (I often hit alt+tab to monitor if the miner still works).

When I'm about to check the watchdog, I can't access it anymore. So I hit f12 but no good. I clicked the launcher but it gives mo a "loading" mouse.

I made a workaround for now, I went to guake properties and put the window "always on top".

That's something i haven't faced yet! probably your temp fix might help someone else's problem.

Thanks Smiley

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Hey guys,

Does anyone know how to set up the autostart 1bash , temp control and watchdog bash files when you use SSH ? Is it possible to set up in a way so when I turn my rig on using SSH remote control , the 1bash will autostart and mining goes without me using ' bash /home/m1/1bash ' ?

I've tried to add these processes into the autostart but with no luck, I always have to open 1bash myself through the console.

Thanks for you help.

By the way, since in my set up I do not have any normal cards with video output(only using P106-100 cards) , I had problems with integrated graphics processor , when I installed the fresh OS on the rig without attached monitor to mobo and used SSH(for editing 1bash , etc.) it seemed to me that my usual "NVLM error 15 " or just freezing of the system doesn't come up as often as when I was using a monitor and local controling of the rig. I think this is because now in xorg files there's no mention of my "intel graphics". So everyone who has the same problem try to install the OS this way and remote control through SSH. I'm still to try and work around the overclocking these cards , hopefully fullzero will connect sometime soon and help me with that.
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Hey guys,

Does anyone know how to set up the autostart 1bash , temp control and watchdog bash files when you use SSH ? Is it possible to set up in a way so when I turn my rig on using SSH remote control , the 1bash will autostart and mining goes without me using ' bash /home/m1/1bash ' ?

I've tried to add these processes into the autostart but with no luck, I always have to open 1bash myself through the console.

Thanks for you help.

By the way, since in my set up I do not have any normal cards with video output(only using P106-100 cards) , I had problems with integrated graphics processor , when I installed the fresh OS on the rig without attached monitor to mobo and used SSH(for editing 1bash , etc.) it seemed to me that my usual "NVLM error 15 " or just freezing of the system doesn't come up as often as when I was using a monitor and local controling of the rig. I think this is because now in xorg files there's no mention of my "intel graphics". So everyone who has the same problem try to install the OS this way and remote control through SSH. I'm still to try and work around the overclocking these cards , hopefully fullzero will connect sometime soon and help me with that.

1bash is autostarted by default.
By the way, it's a good idea to buy a gtx1060 or 1050ti as primary GPU.
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Hey guys,

Does anyone know how to set up the autostart 1bash , temp control and watchdog bash files when you use SSH ? Is it possible to set up in a way so when I turn my rig on using SSH remote control , the 1bash will autostart and mining goes without me using ' bash /home/m1/1bash ' ?

I've tried to add these processes into the autostart but with no luck, I always have to open 1bash myself through the console.

Thanks for you help.

By the way, since in my set up I do not have any normal cards with video output(only using P106-100 cards) , I had problems with integrated graphics processor , when I installed the fresh OS on the rig without attached monitor to mobo and used SSH(for editing 1bash , etc.) it seemed to me that my usual "NVLM error 15 " or just freezing of the system doesn't come up as often as when I was using a monitor and local controling of the rig. I think this is because now in xorg files there's no mention of my "intel graphics". So everyone who has the same problem try to install the OS this way and remote control through SSH. I'm still to try and work around the overclocking these cards , hopefully fullzero will connect sometime soon and help me with that.

1bash is autostarted by default.
By the way, it's a good idea to buy a gtx1060 or 1050ti as primary GPU.

I think it's not the case here since the mining process doesn't start by itself or any other bash files like temp control and Watchdog,also checked through 'nvidia-smi' and 'screen -r miner' , I have to use "bash /home/m1/1bash" in my SSH terminal to start mining.

I was thinking about that but since it's not as easy for me to obtain new hardware quickly I have to adjust to what I have at the moment. I will probably end up obtaining one 1050ti card just to be safe since I still have one slot free anyway.

Did you have any luck with OC in your set up with 1 normal card and 12 P106-100 ?
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August 21, 2017, 01:12:34 PM
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Hi Fullzero,

Do we need to add a swap space for v0019 release?
In claymore README for Windows 10, it's recommended to increase the pagefile to 16,000MB. I'm wondering if we also need to setup an extra "memory" for nvOC.
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Hey guys,

Does anyone know how to set up the autostart 1bash , temp control and watchdog bash files when you use SSH ? Is it possible to set up in a way so when I turn my rig on using SSH remote control , the 1bash will autostart and mining goes without me using ' bash /home/m1/1bash ' ?

I've tried to add these processes into the autostart but with no luck, I always have to open 1bash myself through the console.

Thanks for you help.

By the way, since in my set up I do not have any normal cards with video output(only using P106-100 cards) , I had problems with integrated graphics processor , when I installed the fresh OS on the rig without attached monitor to mobo and used SSH(for editing 1bash , etc.) it seemed to me that my usual "NVLM error 15 " or just freezing of the system doesn't come up as often as when I was using a monitor and local controling of the rig. I think this is because now in xorg files there's no mention of my "intel graphics". So everyone who has the same problem try to install the OS this way and remote control through SSH. I'm still to try and work around the overclocking these cards , hopefully fullzero will connect sometime soon and help me with that. thanks

Not sure if it's possible to use the integrated graphics in your mobo. Fullzero has a note in first page.



NOTE: If you are connecting a monitor directly to the motherboard (don't do this);
only connect a monitor to the primary GPU (the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU)

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