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January 01, 2018, 05:04:18 PM
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Thought I would give dtsm a try for mining zencash have to say I'm pretty impressed a massive gain in sols. Hitting over 310 with a gtx 1060 3gb.

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January 01, 2018, 06:03:43 PM
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Thought I would give dtsm a try for mining zencash have to say I'm pretty impressed a massive gain in sols. Hitting over 310 with a gtx 1060 3gb.

Agreed! I was pleasantly surprised as well. Managed to tweak overclock settings even further compared to ewbf/ccminer attempts. Running 6 1070s (zclassic):

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2018-01-01 10:00:28 AM|   GPU1  52C  Sol/s: 485.7  Sol/W: 3.59  Avg: 483.6  I/s: 259.1  Sh: 1.12   0.99 195
2018-01-01 10:00:30 AM|   GPU2  58C  Sol/s: 481.0  Sol/W: 3.61  Avg: 486.6  I/s: 260.8  Sh: 1.21   1.00 197 +
2018-01-01 10:00:38 AM|   GPU4  58C  Sol/s: 484.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.4  I/s: 261.2  Sh: 1.19   0.99 285
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU0  46C  Sol/s: 478.8  Sol/W: 3.64  Avg: 489.8  I/s: 262.5  Sh: 1.22   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU3  40C  Sol/s: 492.8  Sol/W: 3.63  Avg: 488.6  I/s: 261.8  Sh: 1.19   1.00 197
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   GPU5  57C  Sol/s: 494.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.2  I/s: 261.0  Sh: 1.27   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   ========== Sol/s: 2916.3 Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 2923.2 I/s: 1566.3 Sh: 7.21   1.00 213

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January 01, 2018, 06:17:29 PM
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Just did the switch from EWBF last night as well.  After 12 hours I am seeing 100 sol increase over 5 cards from EWBF.  Pretty happy overall.

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January 01, 2018, 07:40:34 PM
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Is it normal for hash rate to drop by half on DSTM miner console, NOT on pool hash rate. I am mining equihash on nicehash or miningpoolhub.

I cant understand why it does this. The gpus are not overheating or crashing. It is just a massive reduction in hash rate that's fixed by reboot of console.

It changes the difficulty rate and then drops.


I'm having the same issue trying v0.5.6 and v0.5.7.  It starts out around 4,600 Sol/s and it slowly drops to around 2,000 Sol/s over the course of a couple of hours.  Running SMOS and have tried mining several equihash coins at a couple of different pools with the same results.  Rebooting makes it go back up to 4,600 Sol/s it then it slowly drops down again.  Temperatures are all <55C with a target of 75C.  Servers seem to be changing GPU difficulties often.  Overclocks set to 0 while I try to figure this out.
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January 01, 2018, 07:50:44 PM
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Agreed! I was pleasantly surprised as well. Managed to tweak overclock settings even further compared to ewbf/ccminer attempts. Running 6 1070s (zclassic):

Code:
2018-01-01 10:00:28 AM|   GPU1  52C  Sol/s: 485.7  Sol/W: 3.59  Avg: 483.6  I/s: 259.1  Sh: 1.12   0.99 195
2018-01-01 10:00:30 AM|   GPU2  58C  Sol/s: 481.0  Sol/W: 3.61  Avg: 486.6  I/s: 260.8  Sh: 1.21   1.00 197 +
2018-01-01 10:00:38 AM|   GPU4  58C  Sol/s: 484.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.4  I/s: 261.2  Sh: 1.19   0.99 285
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU0  46C  Sol/s: 478.8  Sol/W: 3.64  Avg: 489.8  I/s: 262.5  Sh: 1.22   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU3  40C  Sol/s: 492.8  Sol/W: 3.63  Avg: 488.6  I/s: 261.8  Sh: 1.19   1.00 197
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   GPU5  57C  Sol/s: 494.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.2  I/s: 261.0  Sh: 1.27   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   ========== Sol/s: 2916.3 Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 2923.2 I/s: 1566.3 Sh: 7.21   1.00 213

Do you mind sharing your OC settings? My current setting only gives me 460-470 Sol/s with 3.0-3.1 Sol/W...
Also how do you get to display the date and time?
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January 01, 2018, 08:20:50 PM
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Agreed! I was pleasantly surprised as well. Managed to tweak overclock settings even further compared to ewbf/ccminer attempts. Running 6 1070s (zclassic):

Code:
2018-01-01 10:00:28 AM|   GPU1  52C  Sol/s: 485.7  Sol/W: 3.59  Avg: 483.6  I/s: 259.1  Sh: 1.12   0.99 195
2018-01-01 10:00:30 AM|   GPU2  58C  Sol/s: 481.0  Sol/W: 3.61  Avg: 486.6  I/s: 260.8  Sh: 1.21   1.00 197 +
2018-01-01 10:00:38 AM|   GPU4  58C  Sol/s: 484.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.4  I/s: 261.2  Sh: 1.19   0.99 285
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU0  46C  Sol/s: 478.8  Sol/W: 3.64  Avg: 489.8  I/s: 262.5  Sh: 1.22   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU3  40C  Sol/s: 492.8  Sol/W: 3.63  Avg: 488.6  I/s: 261.8  Sh: 1.19   1.00 197
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   GPU5  57C  Sol/s: 494.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.2  I/s: 261.0  Sh: 1.27   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   ========== Sol/s: 2916.3 Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 2923.2 I/s: 1566.3 Sh: 7.21   1.00 213

Do you mind sharing your OC settings? My current setting only gives me 460-470 Sol/s with 3.0-3.1 Sol/W...
Also how do you get to display the date and time?

Try +135 core, +600-750 on memory and 66-70% PL.  for date and time it's parameter --time in config file.  The below is a EVGA 1070 SC at 66%PL

ID   DEVICE NAME   °C   ∅ SOL/S   ∅ SOL/W   ∅ WATT   SHARES   LAT
0   GeForce GTX 1070   48   461.25   4.38   105.23   36 / 0   125
1   GeForce GTX 1060 6GB   62   303.83   3.86   78.77   28 / 0   125
2   GeForce GTX 1060 6GB   60   301.28   3.84   78.45   18 / 0   117
Total   -   1066.36   4.03   262.45   82 / 0   122
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January 01, 2018, 08:40:32 PM
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Thought I would give dtsm a try for mining zencash have to say I'm pretty impressed a massive gain in sols. Hitting over 310 with a gtx 1060 3gb.

Holy cow, amazing.

What model? On what clocks you get that?
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January 01, 2018, 08:51:51 PM
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Yeah, I'm getting about 305 Sols/s on each of my GTX 1060 3GB - Asus Dual Fan OC Edition (White). I'm not pushing the core/mem clocks too hard, either: 1950/4150 (2075 actual?) reported by MSI AB.

0.5.7 seems to be stable - running non-stop for 5+ days now - and with a very low rejected share rate. The devfee is a little high given the relative performance boost over the competition, but at least it works.

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January 02, 2018, 01:53:24 AM
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Agreed! I was pleasantly surprised as well. Managed to tweak overclock settings even further compared to ewbf/ccminer attempts. Running 6 1070s (zclassic):

Code:
2018-01-01 10:00:28 AM|   GPU1  52C  Sol/s: 485.7  Sol/W: 3.59  Avg: 483.6  I/s: 259.1  Sh: 1.12   0.99 195
2018-01-01 10:00:30 AM|   GPU2  58C  Sol/s: 481.0  Sol/W: 3.61  Avg: 486.6  I/s: 260.8  Sh: 1.21   1.00 197 +
2018-01-01 10:00:38 AM|   GPU4  58C  Sol/s: 484.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.4  I/s: 261.2  Sh: 1.19   0.99 285
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU0  46C  Sol/s: 478.8  Sol/W: 3.64  Avg: 489.8  I/s: 262.5  Sh: 1.22   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:43 AM|   GPU3  40C  Sol/s: 492.8  Sol/W: 3.63  Avg: 488.6  I/s: 261.8  Sh: 1.19   1.00 197
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   GPU5  57C  Sol/s: 494.0  Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 487.2  I/s: 261.0  Sh: 1.27   1.00 202 +
2018-01-01 10:00:45 AM|   ========== Sol/s: 2916.3 Sol/W: 3.62  Avg: 2923.2 I/s: 1566.3 Sh: 7.21   1.00 213

Do you mind sharing your OC settings? My current setting only gives me 460-470 Sol/s with 3.0-3.1 Sol/W...
Also how do you get to display the date and time?

Certainly! To clarify, I'm running on Ubuntu Linux. These are the commands I'm running to OC all the cards:

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sudo nvidia-smi -pm 1
sudo nvidia-smi -pl 135
sudo nvidia-settings -a GPUPowerMizerMode=1 -a GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=200 -a GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=1050 -a GPUFanControlState=1 -a GPUTargetFanSpeed=35

You're probably aware, but from what I understand, the overclocking uses a different numbering scheme on Windows (half of what Linux uses?) as well as power levels are %-based on Windows, but watt-based on Linux. Hope this helps!

Edit: adding the date/time is via an option: `zm --time <other options here>`

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January 02, 2018, 07:46:30 AM
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With EWBF, I was getting ~790-805 Sol/s with my 3 1080 Ti's and  ~555-570 Sol/s with my 1080.

With DSTM's, and without touching anything, I am getting a solid average of 822-825 Sol/s & 586 Sol/s, respectively.

Well done, thanks. And to all those complaining about the dev fee, don't download it. If you want something for free, go find a different, slower miner. If you want improvements to this miner, then support the developer.
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January 02, 2018, 11:08:20 AM
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How do you guys monitor your rigs?

I would appreciate an advice as I'm building 3 rigs these days.

Thanks.
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January 02, 2018, 11:38:59 AM
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Well done, thanks. And to all those complaining about the dev fee, don't download it. If you want something for free, go find a different, slower miner. If you want improvements to this miner, then support the developer.

If two miners are charging a 2% devfee but one of them is faster and just as stable than the other is it not fair to say the slower miner's devfee is too high? That doesn't mean the devfee for the slower miner should be 0% (unless it really sucks), just that it either needs to reflect its second place position or else improve.


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Last edit: January 02, 2018, 02:09:37 PM by hashestohashes
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Is it normal for hash rate to drop by half on DSTM miner console, NOT on pool hash rate. I am mining equihash on nicehash or miningpoolhub.

I cant understand why it does this. The gpus are not overheating or crashing. It is just a massive reduction in hash rate that's fixed by reboot of console.

It changes the difficulty rate and then drops.


I'm having the same issue trying v0.5.6 and v0.5.7.  It starts out around 4,600 Sol/s and it slowly drops to around 2,000 Sol/s over the course of a couple of hours.  Running SMOS and have tried mining several equihash coins at a couple of different pools with the same results.  Rebooting makes it go back up to 4,600 Sol/s it then it slowly drops down again.  Temperatures are all <55C with a target of 75C.  Servers seem to be changing GPU difficulties often.  Overclocks set to 0 while I try to figure this out.

Same issue here, playing card roulette right now. It seems to only happen when one of my cards is in, what I have done so far:
1. Removed all overclocks
2. Watt use is at 110 for 1070ti's, 120 for 1070, and 200 for 1080ti's (note: all hash rates drop, the 1080ti's in particular hit the 500's)
3. Swapped entire riser on suspect gpu
4. Swapped pci ports, tested pci port with alternative gpu
5. Looked at wattage use of cards when they drop, cards all drop power down well below my set wattage. So the power drop I think is the cause of  less hash, what's causing the power drop I am unsure of.

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10 cards currently (have had various amounts between 9-13)
h110 pro btc

EDIT: So far so good on new version, but judging by change log this is just luck right now.
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January 02, 2018, 01:12:09 PM
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How do you guys monitor your rigs?

I would appreciate an advice as I'm building 3 rigs these days.

Thanks.

Hi:
While something like Teamviewer can handle accessing & managing a non frozen or non-crashed system , we do often face crashes or unresponsive rigs what with bleeding edge overclocking etc.

I am asking for a little feedback on the below feature set(CA$HCUBE product dev) as I am looking at developing a system to auto reboot a (crashed/frozen) mining rig without having to monitor it or access smart plugs etc. People do sleep or go off grid from time to time (airplanes) and need a robust system to keep the rigs running.

I posted in another section of the forum, but the post disappeared, not sure why. So since the question is raised here, and I support DSTM I am posting here. Also, I am willing to establish comms from DSTM via USB/RS232 serial link to feedback total 'mains' power usage so DSTM can report on overall system hashing efficiency. This allows for CPU clock adjustment to optimize overall system power efficiency.
DSTM can also gain the option for a hard system reboot should it become necessary. I can see the miner sending a watchdog signal (once per minute)  to the CA$HCUBE, and, if this signal is lost the hard reboot sequence engages. This makes for faster 'crashed' system restarts and less mining downtime.

General Operation, miner & OS  independent.
1) To optimize your rig, plug the rig into the Ca$hCube and the cube into the wall socket.  It features a removable, remote mount capable,  LED wattage display (4 digit). Place the LED wattage display at a convenient spot.
2) Tune your rig to the optimum efficiency.
3) Configure the Ca$hCube via a couple buttons on the wattage display to setup a wattage window with transient tolerance (I figure on a transient tolerance of 60 seconds).
  Perhaps +/- 50W, or some value appropriate for the GPUs in the rig.
4) Enable the wattage window reset capability.

Now if the rig steps out of the power draw window for more than 60 seconds the Ca$hCube will power down the rig for 15 seconds and then power it back up.
The Ca$hCube will allow for 5 mins for the rebooted rig to stabilize and then assess the wattage window again.
If this cycle occurs 3 times inside a 30 minute window the Ca$hCube will shutdown the rig as unstable or faulted in some way and beep every 30 secs with a continually flashing fault LED.
After 4 hours of a powered down faulted condition the Ca$hCube will reboot the system and start the process again to mitigate any loss of internet or mining pool access.

As a bonus, the Ca$hCube can monitor the KWh used with a manual reset capability.

Any thoughts on this are welcome.

I am looking at crowdfunding.
Thanks
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Major concern in open source codes as this is the security issues to protect against
malwares and phishing softwares that may becomes serious bugs in the programme.
I guess if this is not sorted, it may affect the mining process.

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   GPU4  55C  Sol/s: 497.6  Sol/W: 3.88  Avg: 504.0  I/s: 270.2  Sh: 0.33   1.00 59  +
   GPU2  54C  Sol/s: 497.4  Sol/W: 3.86  Avg: 500.3  I/s: 268.1  Sh: 0.30   1.00 64
   GPU3  54C  Sol/s: 490.2  Sol/W: 3.87  Avg: 501.5  I/s: 268.7  Sh: 0.33   0.99 60
   GPU0  55C  Sol/s: 499.9  Sol/W: 3.86  Avg: 501.4  I/s: 268.9  Sh: 0.32   1.00 66
   GPU5  55C  Sol/s: 496.3  Sol/W: 3.86  Avg: 501.2  I/s: 268.6  Sh: 0.32   1.00 63
   GPU1  55C  Sol/s: 498.3  Sol/W: 3.85  Avg: 500.0  I/s: 268.2  Sh: 0.34   1.00 59
   GPU6  54C  Sol/s: 501.0  Sol/W: 3.88  Avg: 502.5  I/s: 269.3  Sh: 0.32   0.99 57
   ========== Sol/s: 3480.9 Sol/W: 3.87  Avg: 3510.8 I/s: 1882.0 Sh: 2.26   1.00 61

Seven GTX 1070Ti pulling 130W each.  Core +200 Mem +700.  Rock solid on Ubuntu Server.  I don't even bother to actively monitor the rig.  Just SSH into it daily to make sure everything is running along.
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January 02, 2018, 02:43:50 PM
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Is it normal for hash rate to drop by half on DSTM miner console, NOT on pool hash rate. I am mining equihash on nicehash or miningpoolhub.

I cant understand why it does this. The gpus are not overheating or crashing. It is just a massive reduction in hash rate that's fixed by reboot of console.

It changes the difficulty rate and then drops.


I'm having the same issue trying v0.5.6 and v0.5.7.  It starts out around 4,600 Sol/s and it slowly drops to around 2,000 Sol/s over the course of a couple of hours.  Running SMOS and have tried mining several equihash coins at a couple of different pools with the same results.  Rebooting makes it go back up to 4,600 Sol/s it then it slowly drops down again.  Temperatures are all <55C with a target of 75C.  Servers seem to be changing GPU difficulties often.  Overclocks set to 0 while I try to figure this out.

Same issue here, playing card roulette right now. It seems to only happen when one of my cards is in, what I have done so far:
1. Removed all overclocks
2. Watt use is at 110 for 1070ti's, 120 for 1070, and 200 for 1080ti's (note: all hash rates drop, the 1080ti's in particular hit the 500's)
3. Swapped entire riser on suspect gpu
4. Swapped pci ports, tested pci port with alternative gpu
5. Looked at wattage use of cards when they drop, cards all drop power down well below my set wattage. So the power drop I think is the cause of  less hash, what's causing the power drop I am unsure of.

Smos
dtsm 0.5.6 (trying 5.7 now)
10 cards currently (have had various amounts between 9-13)
h110 pro btc

EDIT: So far so good on new version, but judging by change log this is just luck right now.

I have the same issue.

Hashrate decreases after running a time (few hours).

Tested on SMOS dstm-v0.5.8 (0.5.7, 0.5.6 is same)
5 Rig P106-100 x12 (on main H110 Pro BTC)

When the hashrate dropped, the screen appeared a lot of duplicated share message, at the same time cpu usage is very high.

However, sometimes I can run nearly a day that hashrate not decrease. Sad
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January 02, 2018, 04:20:55 PM
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Well done, thanks. And to all those complaining about the dev fee, don't download it. If you want something for free, go find a different, slower miner. If you want improvements to this miner, then support the developer.

If two miners are charging a 2% devfee but one of them is faster and just as stable than the other is it not fair to say the slower miner's devfee is too high? That doesn't mean the devfee for the slower miner should be 0% (unless it really sucks), just that it either needs to reflect its second place position or else improve.

I was just saying that if you want something for free, it's probably going to be slower, not that slower means it needs to be free. C'mon, man.
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January 02, 2018, 04:36:08 PM
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Rock solid on Ubuntu Server.  I don't even bother to actively monitor the rig.  Just SSH into it daily to make sure everything is running along.

Exactly! It's relatively easy to get an Ubuntu headless server running; tweaking nVidia OC settings on the command line is simple and scriptable. When big enough, I can see something like https://www.ansible.com/ being handy for managing rigs.

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I am seeing Devfees accelerating...
Is this to be expected?
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