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July 24, 2017, 07:20:12 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy
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July 24, 2017, 07:25:00 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy

I have a rig with 1070, my setting is cc-100, mc+1000, powerlimit 120, works well for ETH.
Try to make things simple, disable all powerful features including watchdog, auto temperature control, auto profit switching and more.
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July 24, 2017, 07:25:23 PM
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What algorithms support the miners in the assembly 0018? Question for self-adding coins. There is support for X11-GOST(Sib coin)?
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July 24, 2017, 07:34:31 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy

Not sure if you saw my reply above:

With your core around 100, 125 may not be enough for the card. Try running 100cc and put it around power level 130-135, if you are doing ETH, it is sometimes better to do negative core since it has very little affect on hash rate and uses a lot more power. My 1070 ETH rig runs -100 cc and between 1200-1275 mem.

If that does not solve the problem, I would check to make sure everything is connected properly, I had one time one of my riser USB was not in all the way and had intermittent connection and was causing my problems.
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July 24, 2017, 08:19:29 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy

Not sure if you saw my reply above:

With your core around 100, 125 may not be enough for the card. Try running 100cc and put it around power level 130-135, if you are doing ETH, it is sometimes better to do negative core since it has very little affect on hash rate and uses a lot more power. My 1070 ETH rig runs -100 cc and between 1200-1275 mem.

If that does not solve the problem, I would check to make sure everything is connected properly, I had one time one of my riser USB was not in all the way and had intermittent connection and was causing my problems.

Agree with u, i use 8x 1070 ASUS DUAL 8OG, ETH+SC 252mh/s + 230mh/s

Core Clock : -100
Mem Clock : +1700
PowerLimit : 125
TempLimit : 70

All depend about ur GPU, some card work better then other, prolly depend on ur riser, i recommand https://www.cryptomined.com/ ( first command, shipped in delay, rly good riser quality ) i have to lower my spec for the gpu:0 to 1600, this one can get stabitily at 1700.

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July 24, 2017, 08:42:10 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy

Not sure if you saw my reply above:

With your core around 100, 125 may not be enough for the card. Try running 100cc and put it around power level 130-135, if you are doing ETH, it is sometimes better to do negative core since it has very little affect on hash rate and uses a lot more power. My 1070 ETH rig runs -100 cc and between 1200-1275 mem.

If that does not solve the problem, I would check to make sure everything is connected properly, I had one time one of my riser USB was not in all the way and had intermittent connection and was causing my problems.

Agree with u, i use 8x 1070 ASUS DUAL 8OG, ETH+SC 252mh/s + 230mh/s

Core Clock : -100
Mem Clock : +1700
PowerLimit : 125
TempLimit : 70

All depend about ur GPU, some card work better then other, prolly depend on ur riser, i recommand https://www.cryptomined.com/ ( first command, shipped in delay, rly good riser quality ) i have to lower my spec for the gpu:0 to 1600, this one can get stabitily at 1700.

Ah ok thanks alot guys, I will try this when I get home.
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July 24, 2017, 10:05:08 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

Anyone have any idea on this? its driving me crazy

Not sure if you saw my reply above:

With your core around 100, 125 may not be enough for the card. Try running 100cc and put it around power level 130-135, if you are doing ETH, it is sometimes better to do negative core since it has very little affect on hash rate and uses a lot more power. My 1070 ETH rig runs -100 cc and between 1200-1275 mem.

If that does not solve the problem, I would check to make sure everything is connected properly, I had one time one of my riser USB was not in all the way and had intermittent connection and was causing my problems.

Agree with u, i use 8x 1070 ASUS DUAL 8OG, ETH+SC 252mh/s + 230mh/s

Core Clock : -100
Mem Clock : +1700
PowerLimit : 125
TempLimit : 70

All depend about ur GPU, some card work better then other, prolly depend on ur riser, i recommand https://www.cryptomined.com/ ( first command, shipped in delay, rly good riser quality ) i have to lower my spec for the gpu:0 to 1600, this one can get stabitily at 1700.

Ah ok thanks alot guys, I will try this when I get home.

A little mistake, i do +1600 memory

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July 24, 2017, 11:28:07 PM
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Hey there --

I'm using v0018 with 6 gtx 1070s and an MSI Z-270A PRO to mine eth and all is working just fine.

I've searched the forum but can't seem to find an answer to what is probably a simple question.

Where do I assign my worker email address for my pool?  I'm using genoil (not Claymore) and nanopool. Perhaps it should be in the ETH_EXTENTION_ARGUMENT?  I would really appreciate it someone could tell me where it goes and provide me an example of how to do so.

Regards!!!


For nanopool:

append / followed by your email address to the end of the worker; for example if my worker is nvOC and my email is bob@aol.com, I would use:

Code:
ETH_WORKER="nvOC/bob@aol.com"


Full zero --

Thanks for the prompt reply!

So if I understand correctly, and if my email is bob@aol.com, I need to go into my 1bash file to where it's collecting my eth info (right beneath where you choose to use genoil or claymore) and replace the line that says:

     ETH_WORKER="nv$IP_AS_WORKER"

with

     ETH_WORKER="nv$IP_AS_WORKER/bob@aol.com"

Is that correct?

Thanks in advance for the help-- keep up the great work !!!


Yes; that is correct.

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July 24, 2017, 11:30:46 PM
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Witnessed an odd issue with v0018 today.  All 8 of my 1050Tis only report ~13 MH/s.   Thought it was risers and swapped a couple out, no change.  Re-imaged the SSD and upon initial boot up, everything was fine, reporting 14.7 MH/s.  As soon as I rebooted it dropped the hash back down to 13 MH/s.  Swapped out cards and booted with just a single card same result.   Re-imaged again, same result.  Any idea what would cause this?  

I am running ASUS Z270 Prime-A boards with Gigabyte 1050Ti Boost Clock 1506 cards.  I don't think it is an ETH difficulty issue as my other rigs have the same configuration and I am not seeing the same issue.  My power is set at 60watts, temp settings at 60, my fan setting 50, core OC is 0 and mem OC is 1450.  I changed around power and mem settings, but no difference.

Could one of the modules be adjusting this to match one of the above variables?  My cards never get hot enough for the fan to go above 50.

Autotemp could be lowering the powerlimit; but only after your fans go to max.  If they don't go above 50% then that is unlikely.  The current powerlimit is displayed by the autotemp readout, so you can verify if it has changed when this is the case.

If it has been; I would raise your temp target to 70.

Watchdog only restarts 1bash or the rig; it shouldn't make an OC changes.

What kind of risers are you using? Are you powering them direct with Pcie 6pin?  If not this may be the problem.

Also you can probably get the same MH/s with the minimum powerlimit and -100 or -200 cc.


Well amazing.. that was it.. bumped the temp target up to 70, dropped the cc down to -200 and I found my missing hash. Now to tweak my other rigs.  Looks like you help me find another 65 MH/s for my entire setup.  Thank you very much.

That one rig has mixed molex and 6 pin type risers.  I will change out the molex when my new stock of risers comes in.

The autotemp is very helpful; but It is best to use higher temp targets: especially if you are using FE GPUs.  With 1050s; they are so quiet it is hard to tell how fast the fans are spinning by listening.

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July 24, 2017, 11:31:44 PM
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I have NV 1060. How I can change Performance Level from 2 to 3 in Nvidia X server settings?


in 1bash set:

Code:
GPUPowerMizerMode_Adjust="YES"

GPUPowerMizerMode=3


or open a new guake tab and enter:

Code:
sudo nvidia-settings -a [gpu:0]/GPUPowerMizerMode=3

changing the number in (gpu:0) for the GPU you are adjusting.

"Valid values for 'GPUPowerMizerMode' are: 0, 1 and 2." Sad
But in Nvidia X server settings displayed 0, 1, 2 and 3

Might need to set the powerlimit to a higher value before powermode 3 can be used.

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July 24, 2017, 11:32:58 PM
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I'm trying to make changes to my xorg.conf, and when I do after reboot the file is always wiped. Why does this file keep getting overwritten after reboot?

change line 513 from:
Code:
XORG="FAIL"

to:

Code:
XORG="OK"

and the xorg will not be altered.

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July 24, 2017, 11:35:38 PM
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my rigs keep restarting after few minutes. Some after 5 mins some after 30. Im not sure why this keeps happening.

im using all 1070's with core 100 / 1050 also i tried 150-200 / 1100-1600. No luck

what is your power limit on them? for 1070s I would push around 120-125 with a moderate/heavy OC. Anything less can cause stability problems.

my power limits are all at 125

in the home directory there is a file named:

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4_restartlog

open it with gedit and tell me what is there

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July 24, 2017, 11:42:54 PM
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I've updated my switcher to separate out the configuration from the rest of the code:

https://gitlab.com/salfter/nvoc-nicehash-switcher

Configuration now resides in a JSON file that is easily edited, whether manually or automatically.  I'm looking at the latest 1bash to have it generate this file at runtime.

I also think I've found and eliminated a source of instability in my mining rig:


After moving from a tower case to a Spotswood frame, I noticed that the power cable feeding one of the GPUs was noticeably warm, and so were the Molex connectors on that cable that plugged into the adapter shown above.  I suspect the wiring on the Molex-connector cable on this power supply isn't as beefy as the others, on the theory that it'll only have some fans and (very rarely) a floppy drive hanging off of it, not a hard drive (since those are all SATA now) or anything more power-hungry.  daggerhashimoto was the only algo running with any stability, and a voltmeter on one of the unused Molex connectors showed a drop on the +12V line down to 11.3V.  Nearly any other algo would cause the GPU to drop off the bus.

I picked up different adapters at Fry's this afternoon that go from two SATA connectors to one PCIe connector.  (I already had one of these in use powering another GPU with an 8-pin connector.  I bought two more for the 8- and 6-pin connectors on the problematic GPU.)  I swapped them in when I got home, fired up the rig, and saw that the drop on +12V had improved to 11.65V, which I think is in spec.  Not only that, but I benchmarked all algos supported by the switcher with the new three-GPU configuration, and not once did I have to reboot.

Now I just need my PCIe risers to arrive...and maybe also to replace the 650W ATX power supply I'm currently using with one of those server power supplies with an adapter that provides lots of PCIe outputs, as this one's nearly maxed out for connectivity.  (Three 1070s and an Asus Prime Z270-AR also draw about 400W with the cards underclocked.)  I remember seeing one company bundling a picoPSU with theirs so you could run the motherboard off a PCIe cable.

Hey salfter / Scott, is it possible to add individual OC settings to the JSON file? For instance:

Original:
"power_limit": [115,115,95], "gpu_oc": -200, "mem_oc": 600, "fan": [70,75,70]

Individual OC:
"power_limit": [115,115,95], "gpu_oc": [-200,0,50], "mem_oc": [600,1000,800], "fan": [70,75,70]

From what I could see in the "for i in range(0, cards)" loop in switch.py, you already implemented that. Smiley So, just checking if my understanding is correct -- otherwise, I'd like to suggest it as a new feature.

That's exactly how it works.  I left in examples configured both ways.

I took a stab at updating 1bash for the new switcher.  Instead of writing a bunch of small files, a heredoc with the necessary JSON is written, and then the switcher is started with that JSON file.  The following patch should work:

Code:
--- 1bash.orig  2017-07-20 05:26:02.000000000 -0700
+++ 1bash       2017-07-23 20:50:43.995192600 -0700
@@ -1021,79 +1021,92 @@
 echo ""
 fi
 
-rm /home/m1/currency
-rm /home/m1/pwrcost
-rm /home/m1/minprofit
-rm /home/m1/paymentaddr
-rm /home/m1/minername
-rm /home/m1/f
-rm /home/m1/g
-rm /home/m1/h
-#rm /home/m1/ii
-rm /home/m1/j
-rm /home/m1/k
-rm /home/m1/l
-#rm /home/m1/m
-rm /home/m1/n
-rm /home/m1/o
-rm /home/m1/p
-#rm /home/m1/q
-rm /home/m1/r
-rm /home/m1/s
-rm /home/m1/t
-#rm /home/m1/u
-rm /home/m1/v
-rm /home/m1/ww
-rm /home/m1/x
-#rm /home/m1/y
-#rm /home/m1/z
-#rm /home/m1/za
-#rm /home/m1/zb
-#rm /home/m1/zc
 sleep 2
 
 cd /home/m1
 
-echo $CURRENCY > '/home/m1/currency'
-echo $POWER_COST > '/home/m1/pwrcost'
-echo $MINIMUM_PROFIT > '/home/m1/minprofit'
-echo $PAYMENT_ADDRESS > '/home/m1/paymentaddr'
-echo $WORKER_NAME > '/home/m1/minername'
-
-echo $daggerhashimoto_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/f'
-echo $__daggerhashimoto_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/g'
-echo $daggerhashimoto_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/h'
-#echo $_______daggerhashimoto_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/ii'
-
-echo $equihash_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/j'
-echo $__equihash_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/k'
-echo $equihash_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/l'
-#echo $_______equihash_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/m'
-
-echo $neoscrypt_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/n'
-echo $__neoscrypt_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/o'
-echo $neoscrypt_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/p'
-#echo $_______neoscrypt_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/q'
-
-echo $lyra2rev2_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/r'
-echo $__lyra2rev2_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/s'
-echo $lyra2rev2_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/t'
-#echo $_______lyra2rev2_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/u'
-
-echo $lbry_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/v'
-echo $__lbry_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/ww'
-echo $lbry_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/x'
-#echo $_______lbry_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/y'
-
-#echo $pascal_POWERLIMIT_WATTS > '/home/m1/z'
-#echo $__pascal_CORE_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/za'
-#echo $pascal_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK > '/home/m1/zb'
-#echo $_______pascal_FAN_SPEED > '/home/m1/zc'
+if [ "$INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS" == "YES" ]
+then
+  gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto="[$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_0,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_1,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_2,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_3,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_4,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_5,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_6,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_7,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_8,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_9,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_10,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_11,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_12,$__CORE_OVERCLOCK_13]"
+  mem_clks_daggerhashimoto="[$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_0,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_1,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_2,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_3,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_4,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_5,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_6,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_7,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_8,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_9,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_10,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_11,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_12,$MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_13]"
+  gpu_clks_equihash=$gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  mem_clks_equihash=$mem_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  gpu_clks_neoscrypt=$gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  mem_clks_neoscrypt=$mem_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  gpu_clks_lyra2rev2=$gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  mem_clks_lyra2rev2=$mem_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  gpu_clks_lbry=$gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto
+  mem_clks_lbry=$mem_clks_daggerhashimoto
+else
+  gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto="$__daggerhashimoto_CORE_OVERCLOCK"
+  mem_clks_daggerhashimoto="$daggerhashimoto_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK"
+  gpu_clks_equihash="$__equihash_CORE_OVERCLOCK"
+  mem_clks_equihash="$equihash_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK"
+  gpu_clks_neoscrypt="$__neoscrypt_CORE_OVERCLOCK"
+  mem_clks_neoscrypt="$neoscrypt_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK"
+  gpu_clks_lyra2rev2="$__lyra2rev2_CORE_OVERCLOCK"
+  mem_clks_lyra2rev2="$lyra2rev2_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK"
+  gpu_clks_lbry="$__lbry_CORE_OVERCLOCK"
+  mem_clks_lbry="$lbry_MEMORY_OVERCLOCK"
+fi
+
+if [ "$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT" == "YES" ]
+then
+  pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto="[$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_0,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_1,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_2,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_3,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_4,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_5,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_6,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_7,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_8,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_9,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_10,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_11,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_12,$INDIVIDUAL_POWERLIMIT_13]"
+  pwr_lim_equihash=$pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto
+  pwr_lim_neoscrypt=$pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto
+  pwr_lim_lyra2rev2=$pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto
+  pwr_lim_lbry=$pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto
+else
+  pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto=$daggerhashimoto_POWERLIMIT_WATTS
+  pwr_lim_equihash=$equihash_POWERLIMIT_WATTS
+  pwr_lim_neoscrypt=$neoscrypt_POWERLIMIT_WATTS
+  pwr_lim_lyra2rev2=$lyra2rev2_POWERLIMIT_WATTS
+  pwr_lim_lbry=$lbry_POWERLIMIT_WATTS
+fi
+
+cat <<EOF >/home/m1/1bash_conf.json
+{
+ "currency": "$CURRENCY",
+ "pwrcost": $POWER_COST,
+ "min_profit": $MINIMUM_PROFIT,
+ "payment_addr": "$PAYMENT_ADDR",
+ "miner_name": "$WORKER_NAME",
+ "performance":
+ {
+   "daggerhashimoto": {
+     "speed": 0.087, "power": 0.397,
+     "power_limit": $pwr_lim_daggerhashimoto, "gpu_oc": $gpu_clks_daggerhashimoto, "mem_oc": $mem_clks_daggerhashimoto, "fan": 0,
+     "cmd": "/home/m1/eth/Genoil-U/ethminer -SP 2 -S daggerhashimoto.usa.nicehash.com:3353 -O {ADDR}.{MINER}:x -U"
+   },
+   "equihash": {
+     "speed": 0.000001140, "power": 0.397,
+     "power_limit": $pwr_lim_equihash, "gpu_oc": $gpu_clks_equihash, "mem_oc": $mem_clks_equihash, "fan": 0,
+     "cmd": "/home/m1/zec/v3_4/miner --eexit 3 --fee 0 --pec --server equihash.usa.nicehash.com --user {ADDR}.{MINER} --pass z --port 3357"
+   },
+   "neoscrypt": {
+     "speed": 0.002160, "power": 0.397,
+     "power_limit": $pwr_lim_neoscrypt, "gpu_oc": $gpu_clks_neoscrypt, "mem_oc": $mem_clks_neoscrypt, "fan": 0,
+     "cmd": "/home/m1/SPccminer/ccminer -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://neoscrypt.usa.nicehash.com:3341 -u {ADDR}.{MINER} -p x"
+   },
+   "lyra2rev2": {
+     "speed": 0.081, "power": 0.386,
+     "power_limit": $pwr_lim_lyra2rev2, "gpu_oc": $gpu_clks_lyra2rev2, "mem_oc": $mem_clks_lyra2rev2, "fan": 0,
+     "cmd": "/home/m1/SPccminer/ccminer -a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://lyra2rev2.usa.nicehash.com:3347 -u {ADDR}.{MINER} -p x"
+   },
+   "lbry": {
+     "speed": 0.639, "power": 0.392,
+     "power_limit": $pwr_lim_lbry, "gpu_oc": $gpu_clks_lbry, "mem_oc": $mem_clks_lbry, "fan": 0,
+     "cmd": "/home/m1/SPccminer/ccminer -a lbry -o stratum+tcp://lbry.usa.nicehash.com:3356 -u {ADDR}.{MINER} -p x"
+   }
+ }
+}
+EOF
 
 echo "LAUNCHING:  SALFTER_NICEHASH_PROFIT_SWITCHING "
 echo ""
 
-python2.7 '/home/m1/switch'
+python2.7 '/home/m1/switch' /home/m1/1bash_conf.json
 
 if [ $LOCALorREMOTE == "LOCAL" ]
 then

Thanks for integrating this Scott; I think a json is a good way to link the bash and python.  I'll add this in the next 1bash plus attach your updated switcher.   Smiley


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July 24, 2017, 11:44:29 PM
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Hi guys! Guys with 1080Ti mining LBC, how did you set up 1bash to mine this coin? I still can't beat an issue with worker autentification. What should I paste in 1bash? Please advice. Thank you!

I responded to your pm; let me know if you get it to work.

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Hi All,

A GPU was lost in a rig this weekend, and unfortunately the watchdog did not reboot the rig. After inspection, nvidia-smi is not just reporting the new number of GPU's, but gives a warning. Watchdog was not ready for this message, and just errored.

Therefore a new code block for Watchdog:
Code:
 numtest='^[0-9]+$'
  
  for UTIL in $UTILIZATIONS
  do
    if ! [[ $UTIL =~ $numtest ]]
    then
        # Not numeric so: Help we've lost a GPU, so reboot
        echo "$(date) - Lost GPU so restarting system. Found GPU's:" | tee -a ${LOG_FILE}
        echo "" | tee -a ${LOG_FILE}
        #Hope PCI BUS info will help find the faulty GPU
        nvidia-smi --query-gpu=gpu_bus_id --format=csv | tee -a ${LOG_FILE}
        echo "reboot in 10 seconds"
        echo ""
        sleep 10
        sudo reboot
    fi

    # If utilization is lower than threshold count them:
    if [ $UTIL -lt $THRESHOLD ]
    then
      echo "$(date) - GPU under threshold found"
      echo ""
      let COUNT=COUNT-1
    fi
    let GPU=GPU+1
  done

just replace the old "for UTIL in $UTILIZATIONS.." block with the new one.

I don't think I've had a GPU fall off the bus yet.  I'll make the changes for the next 1bash plus files version.

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I have NV 1060. How I can change Performance Level from 2 to 3 in Nvidia X server settings?


in 1bash set:

Code:
GPUPowerMizerMode_Adjust="YES"

GPUPowerMizerMode=3


or open a new guake tab and enter:

Code:
sudo nvidia-settings -a [gpu:0]/GPUPowerMizerMode=3

changing the number in (gpu:0) for the GPU you are adjusting.

Hi fullzero, any fix issue about this ?

Mode on GPUPowerMizer 0-1-2-3
Ubuntu dont detect the 3 one.
Screen as evidence Wink

http://imgur.com/a/wp7kx

Thanks for all your hardwork, to the other hard contributor to Wink

EDIT : how can i grab some log when i soft crash ? I would like to check this.

EDIT2 : My main GPU0, with display attached, got some mh/s drop like -3mh/s on max on period. That from the display ? Working on "REMOTE" + ssh fix the issue ?

Try increasing your powerlimit then trying to go to lvl 3

on line 87 in IAmNotAJeep_and_Maxximus007_WATCHDOG remove the #; changing:
Code:
echo "" #| tee -a ${LOG_FILE}

to

Code:
echo ""  | tee -a ${LOG_FILE}

Working on a solution for edit2.


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I have NV 1060. How I can change Performance Level from 2 to 3 in Nvidia X server settings?


in 1bash set:

Code:
GPUPowerMizerMode_Adjust="YES"

GPUPowerMizerMode=3


or open a new guake tab and enter:

Code:
sudo nvidia-settings -a [gpu:0]/GPUPowerMizerMode=3

changing the number in (gpu:0) for the GPU you are adjusting.

Hi fullzero, any fix issue about this ?

Mode on GPUPowerMizer 0-1-2-3
Ubuntu dont detect the 3 one.
Screen as evidence Wink

http://imgur.com/a/wp7kx

Thanks for all your hardwork, to the other hard contributor to Wink

EDIT : how can i grab some log when i soft crash ? I would like to check this.

EDIT2 : My main GPU0, with display attached, got some mh/s drop like -3mh/s on max on period. That from the display ? Working on "REMOTE" + ssh fix the issue ?

Hey I have the same issue but my assumption is that the Nvidia GUI is showing level 1/2/3 BUT the Nvidia command line tool is showing 0/1/2 and (I am guessing) that 0=1, 1=2 and 2=3.

This is very possible.

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Hi Fullzero! Great job!! Thank you.
New coin is out there  SIGT signatum. Can you add it please?

I see an awful lot of requests for Fullzero to add coins. Jeez people just add them yourself! He doesn't know or probably even care what coin your mining.
It's REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY easy to add or even remove coins from 1bash.
I think of 1bash as a template that I can tailor to my own needs.

LOL just my opinion....

I will add it to the list.  

Anyone who uses a COIN they added themselves please post the code and save me time adding it in the future.  

Also if you want a COIN selection added please research and find a pool you want to use with that COIN; to save me the time doing that as well.

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I AM WAITING ON THE 0019 RELEASE--

With the "1bash" file corrections and the many bug fixes being put in place, I think I will wait for the next release.  The system looks good, but it is complex with a steep learning curve.  The promise of profit-switching is attractive, really.

I was not able to configure my system.  The many file changes required to start up and mine in a stable configuration escaped me.  I suggest releasing a configuration GUI, or at least a tutorial page, soon.

Another thing; it would make more sense to me if there was one block of script where all the temperature, overclock, time duration, and etc. is set.  Then all the other patched together crazy quilt parts of 1bash could read`from there.  I'm looking from outside in, and haven't been working along with the project.

I'm following along in the blog until the system makes sense.  I'd like to be able to boot and mine with no overclock or temperature control, and then add control, switching, and overclock in steps afterwards.

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With the "1bash" file corrections and the many bug fixes being put in place, I think I will wait for the next release.  The system looks good, but it is complex with a steep learning curve.  The promise of profit-switching is attractive, really.

The latest update from Scott should make the profit switcher easier to use. 


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I was not able to configure my system.  The many file changes required to start up and mine in a stable configuration escaped me.  I suggest releasing a configuration GUI, or at least a tutorial page, soon.

I am working on a configuration GUI; which most of the work is deciding how best to go about it: to actually make configuration easier rather than simply looking different.


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Another thing; it would make more sense to me if there was one block of script where all the temperature, overclock, time duration, and etc. is set.  Then all the other patched together crazy quilt parts of 1bash could read`from there.  I'm looking from outside in, and haven't been working along with the project.

As it keeps being requested; v0019 will split the settings from the implementation.  And automate some other things as well.


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I'm following along in the blog until the system makes sense.  I'd like to be able to boot and mine with no overclock or temperature control, and then add control, switching, and overclock in steps afterwards.

Working on this.

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Good afternoon!
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I'll start with the configuration of my equipment:
GPU - 13 Colorful P106-100 Mining (without video outputs) Edition or 12 + 1 MSI 1060/6 (with video output)
Motherboard H110 Pro BTC
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Downloaded and installed nvoc 18 version.
Starting with the first run, the system immediately began to issue an error and go into reboot. (Screenshot attached) http://prntscr.com/fzo8uv http://prntscr.com/fzobub

If you quickly close this window with an error and try to start the miner - the system starts and mining.

But, the system does not respond to overclocking. Increasing the memory, setting the speed of the coolers, powerlimit - nothing is applied and the system can only run in the stock.

It did not work out, I tried to connect via integrated video graphics, also through a card with a video output. I suspect this is because of the error that pops up at the very beginning, related to xorg.

One error message also appears on one MSI 1060/6 card.

I tried to run the data on the motherboard H81 Pro BTC + net install Ubuntu + version of the drivers Nvidia 384.47 and everything was fine.

Tell me how to solve this problem?
For earlier I express my gratitude!

I ask for prognosis for the possibly incorrect text, tk. I used an interpreter.

nvOC doesn't support integrated graphics.  If you connect a monitor to the integrated graphics you will enter an infinite loop where the system xorg get corrupted then 1bash restores the xorg and reboots.

If you have connected a monitor to integrated graphics previously; after switching to using the primary GPU (the one connected to the 16x slot) you will need to allow the system to reboot once, then on the second boot after changing it should work.


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