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Author Topic: [OS] nvOC easy-to-use Linux Nvidia Mining vBASIC || Community Edition 2.0  (Read 393101 times)
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December 09, 2017, 06:54:57 AM
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The new unofficial 19-2.0 is almost ready,
Thanks to Stubo and Leenoox for their awesomeness

So many great additions and lots of bug fixes.
New dstm zm miner 0.5.6, Claymore 10.02, TPccminer 2.2.2, ccmeiner-xevan.
New and improved watchdog and temp control , and so many more ...
New Coins: Electroneum(ETN), Trezarcoin(TZC), Vivo(VIVO), Pirl(PIRL), Altcommunity(ALTCOM)

New 1bash will be posted soon so you can edit and make it ready for the update.

The update will be released in a day or 2
So If you have any suggestions or requests , post before we release it.

Keep calm and carry on mining.

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December 09, 2017, 08:17:28 AM
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https://www.ahashpool.com/site/multialgo/
How i can achieve this?
This is automatic most profitable algo and coin selection with autoexchange to bitcoin
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December 09, 2017, 08:53:35 AM
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What version of ccminer is packaged into the latest nvoc?

I smashed the lyra train for 48 hrs but my 1080ti's only pull 54MH due to old ccminer.

Alexis old ccminer is best for lyra.

Code:
ccminer alexis-1.0 for nVidia GPUs from alexis78@github ***
*** Built with the nVidia CUDA Toolkit 8.0 (Not recommended prefer 7.5)


May 10th 2014?

https://github.com/alexis78/ccminer/releases/tag/v1.0
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December 09, 2017, 11:12:56 AM
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nvOC 19-2.0 Community Release Notes:


Code:
Miner Updates/Additions:
  DSTM's Zcash/Equihash Miner v. 0.5.6
  tpruvot/ccminer v. 2.2.3
  krnlx/ccminer-xevan latest
  KlausT/ccminer v. 0.8.15
  Claymore 10.02
  Nanashi ccminer
  Vertminer
  
3main edits :
  Removed the infinite loops and put one at the end to cover all mining blocks (stubo)
  Bug fix for 1050 Ti where pstate3 was not OC'ed (stubo)
  Removed repetitive if LOCAL then "screen -r miner" from each mining block and put one at the end to cover all mining blocks (stubo)
  Added support for BTG
  Added telemetry/api to EWBF and ZM miner launches so that you can hit <host>:42000 to see this miner output (stubo)
  Added the ability to pass in a miner password for all miners that have the "--pass" arg. (stubo)
  Changed instances of "--pass x" and "--pass x"  and "-p x" to "--pass $MINER_PWD" (stubo)
  Changed dstm zm location to "~/zec/zm/latest/" for easier future updates (papampi)
  Changed all miner start scripts to use separate pool and port from 1bash so watchdog can check the pool connection easier (papampi)
  Added log rotate settings (papampi)
  Moved miner start from 3main to 0miner, to make 3main lighter and better handle of miner start (papampi)
  Added auto start miner yes or no ( in case you need to edit or debug the rig) (papampi)
  Bug fix - $pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto5 corrected to $pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto (leenoox)
  Bug fix - INDIVIDUAL settings were applied to GPU's 0-13 only. Fixed to work with 0-18 (leenoox)
  Partial code cleanup (leenoox)

1bash edits:
  Added EWBF_OPTS and ZM_OPTS for telemetry/api to EWBF and ZM miner (stubo)
  Added MINER_PWD for miner passwords (stubo)
  Unified and separated all pool address and pool ports so wdog can check if pool is up or no if needed (papampi)
  Updated contributors list and release name (leenoox)

wdog edits:
  Added check if miner is running or not when utilization dropped to restart miner faster (stubo)
  Added check for internet and wait if its down (stubo)
  Added check mining pool:port if internet is up and wait before restart miner and reboot system (papampi)
  Added "Warning" to log output of alerts to catch them easier (papampi)
  Changed logfile location to tmpfs (papampi)
  Fixed a bug in logging system to limit logs to 500 lines
  Added checking number of gpus installed vs system reported gpus at start of wdog, so you know if a gpu is not working (papampi)
  Changed sleep time before wdog goin on watch to be based on gpu counts (papampi)
  Set higher process and disk I/O priorities - watchdog is essential service
  Code optimization (leenoox)

temp control (by leenoox):
  Set higher process and disk I/O priorities - Temp control is essential service
  Auto detection of number of GPU's
  Only set, adjust and display available GPU's, dynamic variables creation
  Numeric check of the return values from nvidia-smi (looking for numbers only, anything else = error)
  Reboot if GPU error detected and watchdog didn't react for 60 seconds (act as a backup watchdog)
  Added query delay to nvidia API (no burst spamming, added 0.5 sec delay, prevent overload), helps reduce stale shares
  New (improved) display output including colors and bold text
  Fixed the log file handling (Bug fix: Previous implemantation was not limiting the file size)
  Removed repetitive GPUFanControlState setting, it only needs to be set once, not every cycle (prevent API overload)

nvOC utility (by stubo):
  New function based utility that has many features including gpuinfo, stop, start, clearlogs, restart, etc.
  

Others:
  Added log rotation (papampi)
  Changed minerinfo and papampi-telegram for new log locations (papampi)
  Create tmpfs partition to change logfile location to tmpfs to lower read/writes to HDD/USB (papampi)
  Changed minerinfo web so those who dont use wtm dont see empty or no wtm entries (papampi)

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December 09, 2017, 12:16:14 PM
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The new unofficial 19-2.0 is almost ready,
Thanks to Stubo and Leenoox for their awesomeness

So many great additions and lots of bug fixes.
New dstm zm miner 0.5.6, Claymore 10.02, TPccminer 2.2.2, ccmeiner-xevan.
New and improved watchdog and temp control , and so many more ...
New Coins: Electroneum(ETN), Trezarcoin(TZC), Vivo(VIVO), Pirl(PIRL), Altcommunity(ALTCOM)

New 1bash will be posted soon so you can edit and make it ready for the update.

The update will be released in a day or 2
So If you have any suggestions or requests , post before we release it.

Keep calm and carry on mining.

In coin pxc and sib in 0miner

if [ $COIN == "PXC" ]
then
  HCD='/home/m1/TPccminer/ccminer'
  ADDR="$PXC_ADDRESS/$PXC_WORKER"
  screen -dmSLL miner $HCD -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://$PXC_POOL:$PXC_PORT  -u $ADDR -p $MINER_PWD -i $PXC_INTENSITY
fi

if [ $COIN == "SIB" ]
then
  HCD='/home/m1/TPccminer/ccminer'
  ADDR="$SIB_ADDRESS.$SIB_WORKER"
  screen -dmSLL miner $HCD -a sib -o stratum+tcp://$SIB_POOL:$SIB_PORT -u $ADDR -p $MINER_PWD -i $SIB_INTENSITY..


is it correct..or instead of "dmsLL"..  "dmsL" should be there..
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December 09, 2017, 12:19:24 PM
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The new unofficial 19-2.0 is almost ready,
Thanks to Stubo and Leenoox for their awesomeness

So many great additions and lots of bug fixes.
New dstm zm miner 0.5.6, Claymore 10.02, TPccminer 2.2.2, ccmeiner-xevan.
New and improved watchdog and temp control , and so many more ...
New Coins: Electroneum(ETN), Trezarcoin(TZC), Vivo(VIVO), Pirl(PIRL), Altcommunity(ALTCOM)

New 1bash will be posted soon so you can edit and make it ready for the update.

The update will be released in a day or 2
So If you have any suggestions or requests , post before we release it.

Keep calm and carry on mining.

In coin pxc and sib in 0miner

if [ $COIN == "PXC" ]
then
  HCD='/home/m1/TPccminer/ccminer'
  ADDR="$PXC_ADDRESS/$PXC_WORKER"
  screen -dmSLL miner $HCD -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://$PXC_POOL:$PXC_PORT  -u $ADDR -p $MINER_PWD -i $PXC_INTENSITY
fi

if [ $COIN == "SIB" ]
then
  HCD='/home/m1/TPccminer/ccminer'
  ADDR="$SIB_ADDRESS.$SIB_WORKER"
  screen -dmSLL miner $HCD -a sib -o stratum+tcp://$SIB_POOL:$SIB_PORT -u $ADDR -p $MINER_PWD -i $SIB_INTENSITY..


is it correct..or instead of "dmsLL"..  "dmsL" should be there..

Thanks a lot
Applied the fix.

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December 09, 2017, 12:24:05 PM
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I'm getting weird low hash rate when mining lyra2rev2 vert and mona
I have 7x270 Mh/s workers so it should be around 1890 mh/s

I know pool shows hash rate based on accepted shares, but its way lower than my workers hash rate
Its ok when I mine equihash and hash rates are almost same, but on lyra2re2 its not


http://oi65.tinypic.com/2lnwc42.jpg

As you can see it never goes over 1100 while it should reach 1800


Using Alexis ccminer
one of my workers output :

Code:
[2017-12-09 14:16:30] [S/A/T]: 0/456/456, diff: 0.779, 276.77MH/s yes!
[2017-12-09 14:16:30] [S/A/T]: 0/457/457, diff: 0.760, 276.77MH/s yes!
[2017-12-09 14:16:34] [S/A/T]: 0/458/458, diff: 10.370, 276.77MH/s yes!
[2017-12-09 14:16:42] GPU#7:Gigabyte P106-100, 22.96MH/s
[2017-12-09 14:16:42] GPU#7:Gigabyte P106-100, 0.3MH/W, 0.013MH/Mhz
[2017-12-09 14:16:42] GPU#7:Gigabyte P106-100, 56C(F:50%) 1792/2999MHz(76W)
[2017-12-09 14:16:42] [S/A/T]: 0/459/459, diff: 4.908, 276.77MH/s yes!
[2017-12-09 14:16:46] lyra2v2 block 838574, diff 79706.439
[2017-12-09 14:16:53] lyra2v2 block 838575, diff 79902.176
[2017-12-09 14:17:07] [S/A/T]: 0/460/460, diff: 0.780, 276.76MH/s yes!
[2017-12-09 14:17:08] GPU#1:Gigabyte P106-100, 23.02MH/s
[2017-12-09 14:17:08] GPU#1:Gigabyte P106-100, 0.3MH/W, 0.013MH/Mhz
[2017-12-09 14:17:08] GPU#1:Gigabyte P106-100, 54C(F:50%) 1789/2999MHz(76W)

I have been pointing this out but the pool dev replied to normal replies and not to the real issue here with vertcoin mining on this pool.
I have been facing this issue since the day i joined.

It is old known issue.
Lyra2 type algo's hashrate is lower than actual from ccminer because their shares come in to poo quite lately.

This issue doesn't happen on sgminer. Also some ccminer users don't experience this issue at all.
I don't know the core difference but I think there's some nvidia's inner bottleneck for lyra2 hashing. Something like memory bandwidth maybe.

There's no way to fix from pool side unless pool manipulate hashrate.



So it seems Alexis ccminer (ASccminer) shows good hash rate on miner side, but not good at pool side.

Any one has better idea for mining lyra2rev2?

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December 09, 2017, 04:09:40 PM
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looks like tpruvot added ASccminer optimisations 5 day ago did any one tested?

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/tree/windows/lyra2
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December 09, 2017, 05:37:36 PM
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looks like tpruvot added ASccminer optimisations 5 day ago did any one tested?

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/tree/windows/lyra2


just compiled it for 19-2.0 release
Haven't tested yet

Hopefully will finish 19-2 tests soon

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December 09, 2017, 06:15:43 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you
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December 09, 2017, 06:35:34 PM
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nvOC 19-2.0 Community Release Notes:


nvOC utility (by stubo):
  New function based utility that has many features including gpuinfo, stop, start, clearlogs, restart, etc.
  

Could you please explain how to use it?
Can I now restart miner so it re-read new config?

At the moment I am just restarting rig ((

Thank you
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December 09, 2017, 06:49:54 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Yes , I tried to do an algo check to not restart 3main if not necessary but failed
Fixed now
Please run the update script again
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2nl5jdg0v8vrijl/nvOC-19-2-update


We are still on testing process before officially release 19-2, please wait a bit and we will announce it.

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December 09, 2017, 06:58:43 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Can I ask the difference between your miner hash rate and pool hash rate with vertminer ?

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December 09, 2017, 07:23:39 PM
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Been a while since I've popped my head in here...been running rather uneventfully with nvOC and my auto-switcher, watching coin pile up.

The auto-switcher writes its activity to a file, algo-log.  Yesterday, I got around to knocking together a simple tool that looks at the algo-log file and tells you what you've been mining recently:

Code:
#!/usr/bin/env python3

from datetime import datetime, timedelta
import sys
import operator

end=datetime.now().replace(microsecond=0)
try:
  start=end-timedelta(days=int(sys.argv[1]))
except:
  start=end-timedelta(days=1)

l={}

with (open("algo-log", "r")) as f:
  for i in f:
    curr=datetime.strptime(i[0:19], "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")
    curr_algo=i[28:].split(" ")[0]
    if (curr>start):
      try:
        l[curr_algo]+=curr-last
      except:
        l[curr_algo]=curr-last
    last=curr
    last_algo=curr_algo
try:
  l[last_algo]+=end-last
except:
  l[last_algo]=end-last

for i in sorted(l.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
  print(i[0]+" {0:0.3f}".format(i[1].days*24+i[1].seconds/3600))

By default, it counts up which coins have been mined over the past day and prints a sorted list.  Here's what I've been mining:

Code:
feathercoin 6.901
monacoin 5.013
digibyte-skein 4.043
vertcoin 4.014
zencash 4.010
bitcoin-gold 1.508

Follow it with a number to get that many days' worth of analysis.  Here's my past week (./top-algos.py 7):

Code:
feathercoin 48.667
monacoin 22.975
vertcoin 17.542
zencash 16.712
digibyte-skein 16.211
groestlcoin 12.701
zclassic 8.029
bitcoin-gold 7.022
ethereum 4.514
monero 4.020
zcash 3.511
maxcoin 3.511
ethereum-classic 3.009

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December 09, 2017, 07:57:22 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Can I ask the difference between your miner hash rate and pool hash rate with vertminer ?

Sure, but I will tell you just tomorrow, cuz building, testing, stopping, changing params at the moment to find out the best config for my strix 1080.
And 2 more things:
  • to build vertminer - we have to change bn.h at /usr/local/include/openssl
  • pool hashrate on a single card looks to me not that stable as on the rig with 10+ cards...but anyway I will let you know
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December 09, 2017, 08:02:51 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Can I ask the difference between your miner hash rate and pool hash rate with vertminer ?

Sure, but I will tell you just tomorrow, cuz building, testing, stopping, changing params at the moment to find out the best config for my strix 1080.
And 2 more things:
  • to build vertminer - we have to change bn.h at /usr/local/include/openssl
  • pool hashrate on a single card looks to me not that stable as on the rig with 10+ cards...but anyway I will let you know

Yup I know the bn.h trick
I tried vertminer and it gave me 80 MH/s on pool while miner shows 110, tpruvot 2.2.3 shows 113 on miner side and 90 on pool side
Alexis gives most on miner and half on pool , going crazy to find the best miner ...lol

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December 09, 2017, 08:03:41 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Yes , I tried to do an algo check to not restart 3main if not necessary but failed
Fixed now
Please run the update script again
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2nl5jdg0v8vrijl/nvOC-19-2-update


We are still on testing process before officially release 19-2, please wait a bit and we will announce it.
Thanks for update!
I understand that its testing phase. so it everything cool) thanks again!
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December 09, 2017, 08:06:03 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Can I ask the difference between your miner hash rate and pool hash rate with vertminer ?

Sure, but I will tell you just tomorrow, cuz building, testing, stopping, changing params at the moment to find out the best config for my strix 1080.
And 2 more things:
  • to build vertminer - we have to change bn.h at /usr/local/include/openssl
  • pool hashrate on a single card looks to me not that stable as on the rig with 10+ cards...but anyway I will let you know

Yup I know the bn.h trick
I tried vertminer and it gave me 80 MH/s on pool while miner shows 110, tpruvot 2.2.3 shows 113 on miner side and 90 on pool side
Alexis gives most on miner and half on pool , going crazy to find the best miner ...lol

your story just better than mine, cuz vertminer is the only one which is not crashing after start on VTC & MONA ... lol...All the rest just dont work with Asus Strix 1080
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December 09, 2017, 08:19:30 PM
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Hi
I am testing WTM SWITCHER with 3 coins and I have to show you that miner restarts anyway if COIN STAYS THE SAME.

Check it pls here http://prntscr.com/hl9ud0

I think if we're not changing coin we dont have to kill and start mining process again

Thank you

Yes , I tried to do an algo check to not restart 3main if not necessary but failed
Fixed now
Please run the update script again
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2nl5jdg0v8vrijl/nvOC-19-2-update


We are still on testing process before officially release 19-2, please wait a bit and we will announce it.
Thanks for update!
I understand that its testing phase. so it everything cool) thanks again!

Cool,
Then thanks for testing and reporting bugs.

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December 09, 2017, 09:12:31 PM
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Been a while since I've popped my head in here...been running rather uneventfully with nvOC and my auto-switcher, watching coin pile up.

The auto-switcher writes its activity to a file, algo-log.  Yesterday, I got around to knocking together a simple tool that looks at the algo-log file and tells you what you've been mining recently:

Code:
#!/usr/bin/env python3

from datetime import datetime, timedelta
import sys
import operator

end=datetime.now().replace(microsecond=0)
try:
  start=end-timedelta(days=int(sys.argv[1]))
except:
  start=end-timedelta(days=1)

l={}

with (open("algo-log", "r")) as f:
  for i in f:
    curr=datetime.strptime(i[0:19], "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")
    curr_algo=i[28:].split(" ")[0]
    if (curr>start):
      try:
        l[curr_algo]+=curr-last
      except:
        l[curr_algo]=curr-last
    last=curr
    last_algo=curr_algo
try:
  l[last_algo]+=end-last
except:
  l[last_algo]=end-last

for i in sorted(l.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
  print(i[0]+" {0:0.3f}".format(i[1].days*24+i[1].seconds/3600))

By default, it counts up which coins have been mined over the past day and prints a sorted list.  Here's what I've been mining:

Code:
feathercoin 6.901
monacoin 5.013
digibyte-skein 4.043
vertcoin 4.014
zencash 4.010
bitcoin-gold 1.508

Follow it with a number to get that many days' worth of analysis.  Here's my past week (./top-algos.py 7):

Code:
feathercoin 48.667
monacoin 22.975
vertcoin 17.542
zencash 16.712
digibyte-skein 16.211
groestlcoin 12.701
zclassic 8.029
bitcoin-gold 7.022
ethereum 4.514
monero 4.020
zcash 3.511
maxcoin 3.511
ethereum-classic 3.009

Long time mate
Happy to see you back Wink

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