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September 03, 2017, 06:10:55 PM
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Eminer ETHASH miner v0.6.1-RC2

New version v0.6.1-RC2 Released; Added free cloud service and many useful updates.

Changes:
  • Cloud service feature; You can create free account from https://cloud.eminer.net and get useful statistics and alerts for your all rigs.
  • Intensity improved
  • Linux hashrate improved
  • NVIDIA support improved
  • DAG intensity added
  • Devfee coins selectable now
  • Better stabilisation
  • Reported bugs fixed

Cloud service
Test the service features via https://cloud.eminer.net with cloud key "8a5a89685dd881a87b71ecc1584f5e8ecfaa63a8"

Usage and parameters
README: https://github.com/ethash/eminer-release


Optimized, high performance multiworker ethash miner written in Go language.  That has been nice performanse compare with other miners. It's release candidate version, need more tests and comments so we can improve the miner.

Dashboard:



Features:

  • Support Windows, Linux and MacOS
  • Fully support AMD and NVIDIA OpenCL devices
  • Free cloud monitoring and statistics service via https://cloud.eminer.net
  • Improved and optimized three OpenCL kernels
  • Asynchronous multiworker mode (windows only)
  • Support for Stratum and RPC clients with failover
  • Useful web dashboard
  • Historical metrics for last 24 hours, shares, hashrate and other informations
  • JSON API for stats and metrics
  • Support for AMD and NVIDIA hardware management (Temperature, fan speed, clock and other useful hw informations)
  • Support for nicehash stratum

And much more.

Multiworker Mode (windows only); search shares with multiple instances, this can be increase 1% ~ 2% share luck.

Download:

https://github.com/ethash/eminer-release/releases

Running:

List Devices:
$ eminer -L

Benchmark mode:
$ eminer -B deviceid

Stratum mode:
$ eminer -S server:port -U yourwallet -P password
(for nicehash or other stratum servers use -S stratum+tcp://server:port)

HTTP-RPC mode:
$ eminer -F http://localhost:8545

Usage:
$ eminer -h

Run eminer & view the dashboard at http://localhost:8550

TODO

  • Alarms and more statistics
  • Better support hardware management
  • Cloud dashboard for all rigs


The miner has 1% devfee, it never change for new features like dualmining or something else but you can disable anytime.
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Not bad  Wink  Will you consider adding other algorithms for dualmining? Or will this always be a ethash only miner?

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Good luck! Have a nice hash
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Great  Grin Will take a look
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You forgot to tell as about the devfee.
How much is it?
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You forgot to tell as about the devfee.
How much is it?

You forgot to just look at the github page:

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The miner has 1% devfee, it never change for new features but you can disable anytime.


One comment about the miner:
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Works: Dual mining; it has negative profit sometimes, more power consumption and more GPU temperature.

Using Decred as an example, 580's can dual mine ~1000Mh/s. For an average electricity cost (10c/kWh), this offsets ~210W power cost. Anything under 210W additional power would make it profitable (so basically always).
I agree with the temperature difference, and one very helpful feature I found in Claymore's was the -ttdcr which adjusts DCR intensity to try and keep the card at a target temperature.

Nice work though, keep it up!
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Whats the hashrate on nvidia side any improvements compares to claymore ??

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As of working together with eminer i have also released support for EthMonitoring / EthControl (automatic install) for eminer. (https://ethmonitoring.com)


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What is diffirent ethash and eminer?
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September 04, 2017, 10:28:48 AM
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What is diffirent ethash and eminer?

The miner has own ethash kernel also using optimized other known kernels. Default is own. You can choose with -kernel parameter.

On Windows side;
Multiworker mode; This is searching shares on multi-nonces (up to 8 workers) so it can be increase share luck. Most of pools are working based PPLNS mode. Also you can compare share counts with other miners, on my basic 48 hours run, 1% ~ 2% more share found. I compared with Claymore's miner. Of course people can correct this here easly.

On Linux side;
Hashrate looks like very competitive than other miners. Again, people can correct. (Tested on Ubuntu 16.04 with latest AMD driver)

On NVIDIA side;
I'm working for better performance. NVIDIA support currently experimental. The big issue is NVIDIA not support my kernel so the miner is using other kernels, will be try solve the problem.

Many chipsets their drivers, OS, hardware so there are too many subjects, with your comments i can improve the miner.

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Anybody else tried and compared hashrate with Claymore's? Please post your before/after rates.
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Hi Dev,
Thank you for the great miner, i don't mind to pay the fee since i can monitor my rigs using its dashboard  Cheesy

Keep up for the good job.
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Hi Dev,
Thank you for the great miner, i don't mind to pay the fee since i can monitor my rigs using its dashboard  Cheesy

Keep up for the good job.

Can you confirm hashrate increase?
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Hi Dev,
Thank you for the great miner, i don't mind to pay the fee since i can monitor my rigs using its dashboard  Cheesy

Keep up for the good job.

Can you confirm hashrate increase?

I'm on rx470 with 159mhs and rx580 with 172mhs using this miner, i have not compare with claymore since i was mining monero using sgminergm.
Regards.



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It supports Nvidia OC under linux? How to?

Is it opensource?
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It supports Nvidia OC under linux? How to?

Is it opensource?

Currently I'm working on the OC support.

I got this SS from one of rig. Looks like displayed engine clock wrong on nvidia driver. I will check this.

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You forgot to tell as about the devfee.
How much is it?

You forgot to just look at the github page:


Maybe i missed it, but dont see any mention on the github page of a DevFee?

Has anyone tried this on Nvidia cards? Would like to know its safe and what the results are?
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You forgot to tell as about the devfee.
How much is it?

You forgot to just look at the github page:


Maybe i missed it, but dont see any mention on the github page of a DevFee?

Has anyone tried this on Nvidia cards? Would like to know its safe and what the results are?

I just received the SS;

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I tested this on a 1070 that was mining ETH+SIA with -dcri of 55 and that one had a hashrate of 30,1 Mh/s.

With eminer I get 29,8 Mh/s in single mode benchmark (on DAG 0, not sure how to change it). So good start but not quite there yet. Keep up the good work!

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Hi Dev,
Thank you for the great miner, i don't mind to pay the fee since i can monitor my rigs using its dashboard  Cheesy

Keep up for the good job.

Can you confirm hashrate increase?

I'm on rx470 with 159mhs and rx580 with 172mhs using this miner, i have not compare with claymore since i was mining monero using sgminergm.
Regards.





Does reported hashrate match pool registered hashrate?
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Does reported hashrate match pool registered hashrate?

Hello,

I started to test Eminer on some of my rigs (dwarfpool).

I can confirm that, reported hashrate is matched with dwarfpool's pool hashrate.



Also i switched another rig to nanopool, i'll share results soon
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The miner works quite well but I would like to see all rigs on a single dashboard in a future update, then it will be perfect.
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Hey. Give an example of a .bat file. For a eth.nanopool.org. Thank you
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Hey. Give an example of a .bat file. For a eth.nanopool.org. Thank you

eminer.exe  -intensity 28,28,28,28,28,28,28 --fan-percent 100,100,100,100,100,100,100 -S eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999,eth-eu2.nanopool.org:9999  -U YOUR_WALLETID_HERE.rig3 -P x -N rig3

Ps: Change intensity to get best performance for your cards. I'm using 28 for RX580 8G
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Hey. Give an example of a .bat file. For a eth.nanopool.org. Thank you

eminer.exe  -intensity 28,28,28,28,28,28,28 --fan-percent 100,100,100,100,100,100,100 -S eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999,eth-eu2.nanopool.org:9999  -U YOUR_WALLETID_HERE.rig3 -P x -N rig3

Ps: Change intensity to get best performance for your cards. I'm using 28 for RX580 8G

super  Wink
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The miner works quite well but I would like to see all rigs on a single dashboard in a future update, then it will be perfect.

Thanks, I added to todo list, I will update the miner soon with this future, all rig stats will be able to monitor on cloud dashboard without extra fee!
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Stable miner?
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I'm doing some test with the miner

MH/s is slightly lesser then claymore (61.1 with two RX580, 61.6 on claymore).

I have a problem after the test: the fan is always at setted speed also if I close the software and also if I reboot windows!
How can I reset fan speed when not mining? Changes madded on WattMan do not work.

I'll mining for a few hours and then I will report again
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I'm doing some test with the miner

MH/s is slightly lesser then claymore (61.1 with two RX580, 61.6 on claymore).

I have a problem after the test: the fan is always at setted speed also if I close the software and also if I reboot windows!
How can I reset fan speed when not mining? Changes madded on WattMan do not work.

I'll mining for a few hours and then I will report again

As i said before, hashrate than share counts important, you should compare always share counts. Run eminer 48hrs and also Claymore compare these.

Fan speed, the miner doesn't write anywhere the information, I had a same problem, probably you used many old drivers and OC programs before, I can advise, install clean win10 with anniversary update, install AMD blockchain driver and patch with atikmdagpatch, you will be fine.
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For the driver I'm using robinhood one
For the share, I'm testing, for now (1h) same share of claymore  Wink

I'm doing some test with the miner

MH/s is slightly lesser then claymore (61.1 with two RX580, 61.6 on claymore).

I have a problem after the test: the fan is always at setted speed also if I close the software and also if I reboot windows!
How can I reset fan speed when not mining? Changes madded on WattMan do not work.

I'll mining for a few hours and then I will report again

As i said before, hashrate than share counts important, you should compare always share counts. Run eminer 48hrs and also Claymore compare these.

Fan speed, the miner doesn't write anywhere the information, I had a same problem, probably you used many old drivers and OC programs before, I can advise, install clean win10 with anniversary update, install AMD blockchain driver and patch with atikmdagpatch, you will be fine.
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Will you add also support for CUDA? I've haven't test your miner yet, but from my view NVIDIA OpenCL is not that good compared to CUDA.
I'm now running all my NVIDIA with CUDA 9 drivers, there is no difference in hashrate from CUDA 8 with Ethminer neither with CCminer.

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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

Thanks, I will be add watchdog to todo list.

Can you please confirm the showing monitor problem from another HW monitor? I don't have any problem like this on my tests also which OS you are testing?
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Will you add also support for CUDA? I've haven't test your miner yet, but from my view NVIDIA OpenCL is not that good compared to CUDA.
I'm now running all my NVIDIA with CUDA 9 drivers, there is no difference in hashrate from CUDA 8 with Ethminer neither with CCminer.

Currently I'm working hardly on NVIDIA but I don't have any big difference with OpenCL and CUDA, Can you please test with my OpenCL version?

CUDA is more complex than OpenCL. Give me time and I may surprise with OpenCL  Wink
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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

Thanks, I will be add watchdog to todo list.

Can you please confirm the showing monitor problem from another HW monitor? I don't have any problem like this on my tests also which OS you are testing?

Just started another rig, no issues there as I can see, its probably due to being Baffin.
http://imgur.com/a/uLHLf
EDIT: Does the miner throws incorrect shares or some kind of hw errors to monitor gpu reliability?

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Did someone already try this miner with RX570? Will the haste pump?
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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

Thanks, I will be add watchdog to todo list.

Can you please confirm the showing monitor problem from another HW monitor? I don't have any problem like this on my tests also which OS you are testing?

Just started another rig, no issues there as I can see, its probably due to being Baffin.
http://imgur.com/a/uLHLf
EDIT: Does the miner throws incorrect shares or some kind of hw errors to monitor gpu reliability?

Miner throws incorrect shares but showing only in log, we can call watchdog when this happen.

Question: Is the OS Linux? If Linux, what about hashrate performans compare with other miners?
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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

Thanks, I will be add watchdog to todo list.

Can you please confirm the showing monitor problem from another HW monitor? I don't have any problem like this on my tests also which OS you are testing?

Just started another rig, no issues there as I can see, its probably due to being Baffin.
http://imgur.com/a/uLHLf
EDIT: Does the miner throws incorrect shares or some kind of hw errors to monitor gpu reliability?

Miner throws incorrect shares but showing only in log, we can call watchdog when this happen.

Question: Is the OS Linux? If Linux, what about hashrate performans compare with other miners?

Linux yes, what other minerS? Smiley
The comparison can be done only with claymore
As I can see the hashrate is improved 0.5% which is very good considering there was no other alternative to claymore's miner.
Keep up the good work, competition is good for all of us simple miners Smiley
Now I must think of rewriting my claymore monitor script to suit your API, or ...if you provide any ETA for multirig monitoring feature would simplify my work.
Thanks.
EDIT: No I don't want to call watchdog on incorrect share, probably only on stuck thread, but the point is watchdog is probably the most important feature for 24/7 work without or with less human interference.

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Watchdog function is missing. Please consider adding it to serve external script if thread dies.
The dashboard looks fancy btw Smiley
P.S:
http://imgur.com/a/9Bave
Is this a bug for the last GPU?

Thanks, I will be add watchdog to todo list.

Can you please confirm the showing monitor problem from another HW monitor? I don't have any problem like this on my tests also which OS you are testing?

Just started another rig, no issues there as I can see, its probably due to being Baffin.
http://imgur.com/a/uLHLf
EDIT: Does the miner throws incorrect shares or some kind of hw errors to monitor gpu reliability?

Miner throws incorrect shares but showing only in log, we can call watchdog when this happen.

Question: Is the OS Linux? If Linux, what about hashrate performans compare with other miners?

Linux yes, what other minerS? Smiley
The comparison can be done only with claymore
As I can see the hashrate is improved 0.5% which is very good considering there was no other alternative to claymore's miner.
Keep up the good work, competition is good for all of us simple miners Smiley
Now I must think of rewriting my claymore monitor script to suit your API, or ...if you provide any ETA for multirig monitoring feature would simplify my work.
Thanks.

Thank you also for your advices,  I added the feature todo list already, I would like to finish next release.
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Great work. Looking forward to using this once features are ironed out.

I would of course like to see more support for Nvidia cards. Not everyone mines with AMD.

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Test result: the shares are similar to claymore with RX580.  Cool
I like the monitor.  Grin
Is there a hot key to change intensity when mining software runs for fine tunning? The test was run with intensity to 28 (have you any suggest for this value?)
And just another question: can you explain better all the options? For example: the log, default is 3 but what is the range? 1-3, 1-5, 1-10
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So far so good. I love it! :3 Your OpenCL kernel is AWESOME! I've same hashrate as with CUDA (+/- 1%) currently on 1 rig testing. But the biggest advantge for me is that voltages are stable, that was what I hate on NVIDIA cards... Now I can try undervolt more.
Web stats are also very nice, that's why I also like XMR-STAK.
I will report in few days how it's working. Thanks for your work.

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I noticed something else:

Eminer power consumption hashrate +0.3% 30.04MH vs 29.92MH(Claymore 10.0) hynix 8G memory RX580
http://imgur.com/a/O15hj
Claymore power consumption:
http://imgur.com/a/2gFB4
A few watts up. Its either due to higher intensity or kernel needs polishing Smiley

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I noticed something else:

Eminer power consumption hashrate +0.3% 30.04MH vs 29.92MH(Claymore 10.0) hynix 8G memory RX580
http://imgur.com/a/O15hj
Claymore power consumption:
http://imgur.com/a/2gFB4
A few watts up. Its either due to higher intensity or kernel needs polishing Smiley

Thanks for your feedback. like intensity, I can advise 28 for RX580, can you set the intensity on parameters?
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I noticed something else:

Eminer power consumption hashrate +0.3% 30.04MH vs 29.92MH(Claymore 10.0) hynix 8G memory RX580
http://imgur.com/a/O15hj
Claymore power consumption:
http://imgur.com/a/2gFB4
A few watts up. Its either due to higher intensity or kernel needs polishing Smiley

Where do i get Gpustat for amd?
i want to check on simplemining os
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Well it works fine for me, results even more than some other miner.
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I noticed something else:

Eminer power consumption hashrate +0.3% 30.04MH vs 29.92MH(Claymore 10.0) hynix 8G memory RX580
http://imgur.com/a/O15hj
Claymore power consumption:
http://imgur.com/a/2gFB4
A few watts up. Its either due to higher intensity or kernel needs polishing Smiley

Thanks for your feedback. like intensity, I can advise 28 for RX580, can you set the intensity on parameters?
Hashrate drops with about 3% after setting intensity to 28.
From 30.04 to 29.5 roughly, power consumption doesn't change much...about 1W roughly.

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I noticed something else:

Eminer power consumption hashrate +0.3% 30.04MH vs 29.92MH(Claymore 10.0) hynix 8G memory RX580
http://imgur.com/a/O15hj
Claymore power consumption:
http://imgur.com/a/2gFB4
A few watts up. Its either due to higher intensity or kernel needs polishing Smiley

Where do i get Gpustat for amd?
i want to check on simplemining os
You can't, I wrote that.

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Do you have a list of commands that we can use ?
update: Disregard I found it.
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Maybe a bug: sometimes the software reverses video cards, I noticed this because I did some updates today and when I restart the system the fan speed settings are applied to the wrong cards... I solved applying to all the cards the same fan speed for now.

This is the output of the command "eminer -L" when the cards are reversed (note "Device ID for mining" and "PCI bus id")

+--------------------------------------------------+
|                  OPENCL DEVICES                  |
+--------------------------------------------------+

===================  PLATFORMS  ====================

Platform ID                 0
Platform Name               AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
Platform Vendor             Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Platform Version            OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
Platform Extensions         cl_khr_icd cl_khr_d3d10_sharing cl_khr_d3d11_sharing cl_khr_dx9_media_sharing cl_amd_event_callback cl_amd_offline_devices
Platform Profile            FULL_PROFILE

   ===  DEVICE #0  ===
   Device ID for mining     0
   Device Name              Ellesmere
   Vendor                   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
   Version                  OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
   Driver version           2442.10
   Address bits             64
   Max clock freq           1150
   Global mem size          8589934592
   Max constant buffer size 4244635648
   Max mem alloc size       4244635648
   Max compute units        36
   Max work group size      256
   Max work item sizes      [256 256 256]
   PCI bus id               2

   ===  DEVICE #1  ===
   Device ID for mining     1
   Device Name              Ellesmere
   Vendor                   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
   Version                  OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
   Driver version           2442.10
   Address bits             64
   Max clock freq           1150
   Global mem size          8589934592
   Max constant buffer size 4244635648
   Max mem alloc size       4244635648
   Max compute units        36
   Max work group size      256
   Max work item sizes      [256 256 256]
   PCI bus id               1

====================================================
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A small remark.
I am currently mining etc, not eth. Noticed that devfee switches to Eth and generates new DAG each time it switches to devfee, please consider using etc devfee also.

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Maybe a bug: sometimes the software reverses video cards, I noticed this because I did some updates today and when I restart the system the fan speed settings are applied to the wrong cards... I solved applying to all the cards the same fan speed for now.

This is the output of the command "eminer -L" when the cards are reversed (note "Device ID for mining" and "PCI bus id")

+--------------------------------------------------+
|                  OPENCL DEVICES                  |
+--------------------------------------------------+

===================  PLATFORMS  ====================

Platform ID                 0
Platform Name               AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
Platform Vendor             Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Platform Version            OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
Platform Extensions         cl_khr_icd cl_khr_d3d10_sharing cl_khr_d3d11_sharing cl_khr_dx9_media_sharing cl_amd_event_callback cl_amd_offline_devices
Platform Profile            FULL_PROFILE

   ===  DEVICE #0  ===
   Device ID for mining     0
   Device Name              Ellesmere
   Vendor                   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
   Version                  OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
   Driver version           2442.10
   Address bits             64
   Max clock freq           1150
   Global mem size          8589934592
   Max constant buffer size 4244635648
   Max mem alloc size       4244635648
   Max compute units        36
   Max work group size      256
   Max work item sizes      [256 256 256]
   PCI bus id               2

   ===  DEVICE #1  ===
   Device ID for mining     1
   Device Name              Ellesmere
   Vendor                   Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
   Version                  OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2442.10)
   Driver version           2442.10
   Address bits             64
   Max clock freq           1150
   Global mem size          8589934592
   Max constant buffer size 4244635648
   Max mem alloc size       4244635648
   Max compute units        36
   Max work group size      256
   Max work item sizes      [256 256 256]
   PCI bus id               1

====================================================

Thanks, thats just for OpenCL, the miner doesnt change any order, I will try map the correct order via PCI Bus ids.
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A small remark.
I am currently mining etc, not eth. Noticed that devfee switches to Eth and generates new DAG each time it switches to devfee, please consider using etc devfee also.

Thanks, I will change this next release.
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A small remark.
I am currently mining etc, not eth. Noticed that devfee switches to Eth and generates new DAG each time it switches to devfee, please consider using etc devfee also.

Thanks, I will change this next release.
Same with musicoin would be good.

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do you have manual or readme ho to use it??
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do you have manual or readme ho to use it??

There is no manual, only the comand "eminer -h" for help
If you use ethermine you can use this command (for me intensity 30 is the best value and I have the fan set at 75%)

eminer.exe -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U your_address -P x -intensity 30,30 -fan-percent 75,75
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when i put eminer -h at my .bat, its auto close
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when i put eminer -h at my .bat, its auto close

just open command promt (cmd)

Go to your eminer folder, for example:

cd C:\user\test\desktop\eminer
eminer.exe -h -> type this
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when i put eminer -h at my .bat, its auto close
At the end of the batch file put pause, it won't close.
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pause

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Do I have to enter my wallet password in the eminer config file for this to work?
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Do I have to enter my wallet password in the eminer config file for this to work?

Of course no, you should enter stratum password.
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Of course no, you should enter stratum password.

Ok, so I'm currently using Claymore's with ethermine.org  My Claymore config file doesn't have a stratum password. So will eminer work without one? If not, how do I create a stratum account and get a password?
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Of course no, you should enter stratum password.

Ok, so I'm currently using Claymore's with ethermine.org  My Claymore config file doesn't have a stratum password. So will eminer work without one? If not, how do I create a stratum account and get a password?

You can use x as a password for ethermine.org.
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Of course no, you should enter stratum password.

Ok, so I'm currently using Claymore's with ethermine.org  My Claymore config file doesn't have a stratum password. So will eminer work without one? If not, how do I create a stratum account and get a password?

You can use x as a password for ethermine.org.

Thanks for clarifying! This seems very legit! With the devfee on, we're currently getting 3Mh/s more with Eminer than with Claymore.

For anyone else using Claymore on linux, the bare minimum equivalent for Eminer is:

Code:
./eminer -S us1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address -P x

This can be placed in a shell script to execute on system boot.


Here is the output from the Eminer help file:
Code:
christianCoder$ ./eminer -h

Usage of ./eminer:
  -B int
        Run benchmark (default -1)
  -F string
        Farm mode with the work server at URL, use comma for multiple rpc server (default "http://127.0.0.1:8545")
  -L    List GPU devices
  -M string
        Run mine on selected devices, use comma for multiple devices (default "all")
  -N string
        Name of your worker
  -P string
        Password for stratum server
  -S <host>:<port>
        Stratum mode, use comma for multiple stratum server (example: <host>:<port>)
  -U string
        Username for stratum server
  -V int
        Log level (default 3)
  -cpu int
        Set the maximum number of CPUs to use
  -fan-percent string
        Set fan speed percent on selected devices, use comma for multiple devices (amd devices only)
  -fixed-diff
        Fixed diff for works, round solutions
  -http string
        HTTP server for monitoring (read-only) for disable set "no" (default ":8550")
  -intensity string
        GPU work size intensity, use comma for multiple devices (default: 32)
  -kernel string
        Select kernel for GPU devices, currently 3 kernels available, use comma for multiple devices
  -no-devfee
        Disable devfee, this can be impact some performance reduces
  -no-output-color
        Disable colorized output log format
  -stathat string
        Set your stathat email address here to have some basic metrics from stathat.com
  -v    Version

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for me, when i use eminer with amd ma gash rate drop to 28++
i i use claymore my hashrate 32++
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for me, when i use eminer with amd ma gash rate drop to 28++
i i use claymore my hashrate 32++


Please give me name of your OS and the AMD device.
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rx 580 saphire+
win 10 64 bit
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rx 580 saphire+
win 10 64 bit

I have same config with 32mh++ on eminer.

Can you give me a teamviewer? I can check your config


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I have same config with 32mh++ on eminer.

Can you give me a teamviewer? I can check your config

http://i.imgur.com/6rWOQnS.jpg


@bitcoyim can you share your bios settings for your Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580?  I have the same GPU and only getting about 31.24 Mh/s with Eminer.

Your memory-clock and core-clocks are in the image but what voltage steps are you using for core and memory?

Or please feel free to PM if your OK with sharing the bios itself

Thanks mate!
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September 07, 2017, 01:12:39 PM
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The monitoring page is excellent!

But with devfee, still ask for donation?

I guess you can use eminer without dev fee too .

BTW i'll test my rig tonight and share results here .
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... any video tutorial on how to use this ? or a tip ?

Go to your eminer folder, for example:

cd C:\user\test\desktop\eminer
eminer.exe -h -> type this


and then ?
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this my .bat
Eminer.exe -S pool:port -U mywallet -P x
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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
Using nerdralph's strapmod is not "making" timings. I saw your timings, nothing special about those.

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can i dual mine? eth+dcr?

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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
Using nerdralph's strapmod is not "making" timings. I saw your timings, nothing special about those.
I use only my own modifications. Probably, someone has spied on them from me. My topic is quite old.
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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
Using nerdralph's strapmod is not "making" timings. I saw your timings, nothing special about those.
I use only my own modifications. Probably, someone has spied on them from me. My topic is quite old.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1758267.0

Yeah, probably someone "stole" your work Smiley

EDIT: I just saw your Hynix timings. No offense but...man do you even know what you are doing. The trial and error part is supposed to be private and right after you have learned what is what you can *try* to sell?
999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116 -> for example this one is complete mess, I have no idea how gpus modded with this strap even post.
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help nicehash .bat example please
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help nicehash .bat example please

eminer.exe -S stratum+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -U yourwallet -P x
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The miner has 1% devfee, it never change for new features like dualmining or something else but you can disable anytime.

Hi Eminer,

I didn't notice so I figure I ask. Does this show when it's mining for the 1% dev fee?  This would be useful as it gives us transparency.

If it does show, how can I display, b/c haven't noticed any indication from the terminal
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when mining on miningpoolhub.com it gives error="short write"

Any help?

thanks
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when mining on miningpoolhub.com it gives error="short write"

Any help?

thanks

Can you start again? Does it give always?
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Wich driver version is the best choice for 6 rx480 nitro OC (11260-01-20G) on win10 to use with eminer ?

tnks
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Wich driver version is the best choice for 6 rx480 nitro OC (11260-01-20G) on win10 to use with eminer ?

tnks
crpt01

http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-Blockchain-Compute-Release-Notes.aspx

Use this dag fixed driver
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Wich driver version is the best choice for 6 rx480 nitro OC (11260-01-20G) on win10 to use with eminer ?

tnks
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http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-[Suspicious link removed]pute-Release-Notes.aspx

Use this dag fixed driver

tnks, I'll try them right away

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Wich driver version is the best choice for 6 rx480 nitro OC (11260-01-20G) on win10 to use with eminer ?

tnks
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http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-[Suspicious link removed]pute-Release-Notes.aspx

Use this dag fixed driver

tnks, I'll try them right away

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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
Using nerdralph's strapmod is not "making" timings. I saw your timings, nothing special about those.
I use only my own modifications. Probably, someone has spied on them from me. My topic is quite old.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1758267.0

Yeah, probably someone "stole" your work Smiley

EDIT: I just saw your Hynix timings. No offense but...man do you even know what you are doing. The trial and error part is supposed to be private and right after you have learned what is what you can *try* to sell?
999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116 -> for example this one is complete mess, I have no idea how gpus modded with this strap even post.
EDIT2: Oh and by the way look at GPU2 add +0.4MH cuz its run on Linux ~33.4MH on windows @ ~130W ATW => http://imgur.com/a/6OrjW
On this set of timings my card did not work at all at 2200+. I think it's all clear on this. (Sapphire 580 8 GB Hynix).
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I liked the program. Result with my personal timings: link. I make timings under the order. If anyone is interested, here's the link.
1250/2300 = 32.61+
Using nerdralph's strapmod is not "making" timings. I saw your timings, nothing special about those.
I use only my own modifications. Probably, someone has spied on them from me. My topic is quite old.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1758267.0

Yeah, probably someone "stole" your work Smiley

EDIT: I just saw your Hynix timings. No offense but...man do you even know what you are doing. The trial and error part is supposed to be private and right after you have learned what is what you can *try* to sell?
999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116 -> for example this one is complete mess, I have no idea how gpus modded with this strap even post.
EDIT2: Oh and by the way look at GPU2 add +0.4MH cuz its run on Linux ~33.4MH on windows @ ~130W ATW => http://imgur.com/a/6OrjW
On this set of timings my card did not work at all at 2200+. I think it's all clear on this. (Sapphire 580 8 GB Hynix).
You continue to amuze me, this isn't H5GC8H24MJ, the timing I quoted is from your own thread and its for MSI RX570 4G H5GC4H2AJ, suppose it has nothing to do with original and the mess is actually mixing a lot of shit.

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So whats the trick to use this with AMD?
Tried -kernel 0
-kernel amd
-kernel AMD

Maybe some better instructions?
Is it even AMD capable?

Thanks
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Enhancements request:
1. Ability to change API port.
2. Ability to use failover stratum.
3. Ability to see incorrect gpu solutions like accepted/rejected/incorrect.
4. DevFee switch notice and ETC devfee mining without DAG switch.
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 Watchdog on GPU failure
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Enhancements request:
1. Ability to change API port.
2. Ability to use failover stratum.
3. Ability to see incorrect gpu solutions like accepted/rejected/incorrect.
4. DevFee switch notice and ETC devfee mining without DAG switch.
Feature request:
 Watchdog on GPU failure
Thats it for now.



I tried yesterday on my laptop . They've already changing port API and failover stratum usage .

HTTP Port change :
eminer.exe -http :80

Stratum failover :

eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444,us1.ethermine.org:4444

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How can we verify this is only taking out a 1% dev fee? And what is the frequency of the 1% cut vs Claymore?

Even with the slightly higher hashrates, in comparison to Claymore, looks like Eminer profitability is much lower per my Ethermine.org Payout/Rounds dashboard. Also looks like Ether balance accumulates slower on this vs Claymore.

Has anyone else here noticed this? Taking "1%" every 10 minutes is very different from taking 1% every hour.

Please verify and respond.
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How can we verify this is only taking out a 1% dev fee? And what is the frequency of the 1% cut vs Claymore?

Even with the slightly higher hashrates, in comparison to Claymore, looks like Eminer profitability is much lower per my Ethermine.org Payout/Rounds dashboard. Also looks like Ether balance accumulates slower on this vs Claymore.

Has anyone else here noticed this? Taking "1%" every 10 minutes is very different from taking 1% every hour.

Please verify and respond.

I'm just talking about windows eminer
I notice that some times eminer write devfee on the log but I did not understand how often this is done (I seem to remember after a few hours that I had started it). You can search on your eminer console with CTRL+F.
Also for the profitability there is a problem: every day there are increase of difficulty!
https://www.coinwarz.com/difficulty-charts/ethereum-difficulty-chart

For me anyway the share is much more constant and with Claymore my average hashrate over the last 24 hours on ethermine was 57.4 and now with eminer is 59.2MH/s (2 x RX580)... your average is less than before?
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I'm just talking about windows eminer
I notice that some times eminer write devfee on the log but I did not understand how often this is done (I seem to remember after a few hours that I had started it). You can search on your eminer console with CTRL+F.
Also for the profitability there is a problem: every day there are increase of difficulty!
https://www.coinwarz.com/difficulty-charts/ethereum-difficulty-chart

For me anyway the share is much more constant and with Claymore my average hashrate over the last 24 hours on ethermine was 57.4 and now with eminer is 59.2MH/s (2 x RX580)... your average is less than before?

Thanks for the reply and for checking.

Getting 5 to 6 MH/s more than Claymore can also do core underclocks and memory overclocks more agressively on Eminer. However, not as stable as Claymore on Linux.  Longest run w/o crashing was maybe 7 to 10 hours.  Redacting the stability issue.  Looks like it'll be running for 24hrs non-stop in a few hours -- all with aggressive core underclocks and undervolts.  However, IMO, The Eminer dev fee is still a black box.

Also want to encourage the E-miner guy (an AMD Employee perhaps) to keep innovating. I know a lot of work went into this and you have my support. But transparency is crucial.
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interesting, certainly would be nice to have more competition in the mining software space.
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 Cheesy shit miner ) same like clamor )nothng interisting
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I found a link to eminer at http://cryptomining-blog.com/. So I decided to try it out. First I tried the command: eminer -B 0. I tested and the result was 27 Mh/s. So I tried eminer to Pegascoin mining.
eminer -S eu.coin-miners.info:2222 -U wallet -P miner name
4xRX 480 8gb 1077/2200 core/mem no moded bios.
Nice graphic design and useful information during mining. I like Eminer and I will use it for ethash mining.

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any updates to this?

it worked quite well for my amd cards but when it comes to nvidia cards it gets some invalid command error after a few min of mining.
also the speed is slightly less than claymore. 30.3 vs 31

not that really to compare the shares between eminer vs claymores but the effective hash rate from the pool seems to show higher rates for eminer. so a thumbs up for this.
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any updates to this?

it worked quite well for my amd cards but when it comes to nvidia cards it gets some invalid command error after a few min of mining.
also the speed is slightly less than claymore. 30.3 vs 31

not that really to compare the shares between eminer vs claymores but the effective hash rate from the pool seems to show higher rates for eminer. so a thumbs up for this.

I will announce new release in a few days. Thanks for your report.
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Can you tell us what update will contain?

I am interested in this miner but do it little better for NVIDIA cards, specially for dual mining
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i think the AMD card code is pretty good after running for a few days. The displayed hashrate is slightly lower than claymore. But the average 24hr rate reported by the pools seems to be slightly more. When using claymore most of the time the average rate is only around 92-95% of the reported rate. When using eminer the average rate are mostly around 95-98% of the reported rate, and occasionally go over the reported rate for a while.


I think the N card code might need some improvement. At least it is not working properly for me.
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Can you tell us what update will contain?

I am interested in this miner but do it little better for NVIDIA cards, specially for dual mining

Here the some subjects;

- Cloud monitor feature; miner can view and monitor all rigs on a website with statistics and alarms feature and this will be free service forever, if miner pay devfee.
- Reported bugs fixed
- Linux hashrate improved
- DAG intensity feature added
- Devfee coins selectable now.
- Intensity improved.
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when you releasing an update?

will it be more stable for nvidia devices?
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when you releasing an update?

will it be more stable for nvidia devices?

Currently, I'm working on nvidia devices for the stabilization.
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cool. let me know if you need any testers.
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I try your miner, great work !

Hashrate very close to Claymore.

Mining DBIX, can not connect to server    clona.ru:5081, I set ............ -S stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081       and received error

stratum=stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081
CRIT [09-16|23:09:29] Stratum server critical error            error="map[message:Method not found code:-3]"

without prefix "stratum+tcp://" in -S  miner connect to pool but with "etherproxy://....." and do not show woker name on this pool, only show "0"

thnx

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I try your miner, great work !

Hashrate very close to Claymore.

Mining DBIX, can not connect to server    clona.ru:5081, I set ............ -S stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081       and received error

stratum=stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081
CRIT [09-16|23:09:29] Stratum server critical error            error="map[message:Method not found code:-3]"

without prefix "stratum+tcp://" in -S  miner connect to pool but with "etherproxy://....." and do not show woker name on this pool, only show "0"

thnx

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I checked, like the pool doesn't support worker name with stratum protocol.
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Any help to using Eminer on ethos?
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I try your miner, great work !

Hashrate very close to Claymore.

Mining DBIX, can not connect to server    clona.ru:5081, I set ............ -S stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081       and received error

stratum=stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081
CRIT [09-16|23:09:29] Stratum server critical error            error="map[message:Method not found code:-3]"

without prefix "stratum+tcp://" in -S  miner connect to pool but with "etherproxy://....." and do not show woker name on this pool, only show "0"

thnx

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I checked, like the pool doesn't support worker name with stratum protocol.

Claymore work ......



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I downloaded this to give it a try on a new build I was doing. I only ran it around 12 hours but I also ran Claymore's latest version just before and after to compare results.

I only tested with a single RX580 8 GB card as I am building a new rig and waiting on the other cards to arrive but here are my initial results:

System:

MSI Z170A mobo with Intel G4400 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Windows 10 64-bit with the AMD Win10-64Bit-Crimson-ReLive-Beta-Blockchain-Workloads-Aug23 driver installed.
VBIOS modified by copying 1500 straps to 2000+.
Core clock at 1100, Mem clock at 2100, both core and memory vddc set to 925.

All GPU settings were the same with both mining programs as I simply shut one off and started the other. Claymore I ran at -dcri of 8 and eminer I ran at intensity of 28 (as recommended). I did try intensity of 32 for a few minutes but the local hashrate did not seem to change at all.

Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.4 Mhash/sec. (~6 hours prior)
Eminer local displayed hashrate of 28.9 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 25.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 24.6 Mhash/sec. (12 hour run)
Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.5 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.1 Mhash/sec. (~4 hours after)

So I want to encourage you to keep developing this as I did like the web interface displaying the statistics and I did not have any issues with hangs, lockups, or crashing while running it (albeit I only ran for 12 hours). I do think competition is good and I think you have put in a lot of effort on this, however hash-rate is king as we are doing this for profits. If you can figure out a way to get the extra few hashes out of your software I believe you will have a true competitor to Claymores.
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I try your miner, great work !

Hashrate very close to Claymore.

Mining DBIX, can not connect to server    clona.ru:5081, I set ............ -S stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081       and received error

stratum=stratum+tcp://clona.ru:5081
CRIT [09-16|23:09:29] Stratum server critical error            error="map[message:Method not found code:-3]"

without prefix "stratum+tcp://" in -S  miner connect to pool but with "etherproxy://....." and do not show woker name on this pool, only show "0"

thnx

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I checked, like the pool doesn't support worker name with stratum protocol.

Claymore work ......



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Thanks, I found the problem, I will fix in next release.
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I downloaded this to give it a try on a new build I was doing. I only ran it around 12 hours but I also ran Claymore's latest version just before and after to compare results.

I only tested with a single RX580 8 GB card as I am building a new rig and waiting on the other cards to arrive but here are my initial results:

System:

MSI Z170A mobo with Intel G4400 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Windows 10 64-bit with the AMD Win10-64Bit-Crimson-ReLive-Beta-Blockchain-Workloads-Aug23 driver installed.
VBIOS modified by copying 1500 straps to 2000+.
Core clock at 1100, Mem clock at 2100, both core and memory vddc set to 925.

All GPU settings were the same with both mining programs as I simply shut one off and started the other. Claymore I ran at -dcri of 8 and eminer I ran at intensity of 28 (as recommended). I did try intensity of 32 for a few minutes but the local hashrate did not seem to change at all.

Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.4 Mhash/sec. (~6 hours prior)
Eminer local displayed hashrate of 28.9 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 25.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 24.6 Mhash/sec. (12 hour run)
Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.5 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.1 Mhash/sec. (~4 hours after)

So I want to encourage you to keep developing this as I did like the web interface displaying the statistics and I did not have any issues with hangs, lockups, or crashing while running it (albeit I only ran for 12 hours). I do think competition is good and I think you have put in a lot of effort on this, however hash-rate is king as we are doing this for profits. If you can figure out a way to get the extra few hashes out of your software I believe you will have a true competitor to Claymores.

Can you please run 48hrs each miner and compare the results? On my basic pool tests I got ~1% more shares.

You can calculate like this;
total valid shares / total spend time
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I downloaded this to give it a try on a new build I was doing. I only ran it around 12 hours but I also ran Claymore's latest version just before and after to compare results.

I only tested with a single RX580 8 GB card as I am building a new rig and waiting on the other cards to arrive but here are my initial results:

System:

MSI Z170A mobo with Intel G4400 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Windows 10 64-bit with the AMD Win10-64Bit-Crimson-ReLive-Beta-Blockchain-Workloads-Aug23 driver installed.
VBIOS modified by copying 1500 straps to 2000+.
Core clock at 1100, Mem clock at 2100, both core and memory vddc set to 925.

All GPU settings were the same with both mining programs as I simply shut one off and started the other. Claymore I ran at -dcri of 8 and eminer I ran at intensity of 28 (as recommended). I did try intensity of 32 for a few minutes but the local hashrate did not seem to change at all.

Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.4 Mhash/sec. (~6 hours prior)
Eminer local displayed hashrate of 28.9 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 25.8 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 24.6 Mhash/sec. (12 hour run)
Claymore local displayed hashrate of 30.5 Mhash/sec and pool (ethermine) current hashrate of 29.5 Mhash/sec and average hashrate of 29.1 Mhash/sec. (~4 hours after)

So I want to encourage you to keep developing this as I did like the web interface displaying the statistics and I did not have any issues with hangs, lockups, or crashing while running it (albeit I only ran for 12 hours). I do think competition is good and I think you have put in a lot of effort on this, however hash-rate is king as we are doing this for profits. If you can figure out a way to get the extra few hashes out of your software I believe you will have a true competitor to Claymores.

Can you please run 48hrs each miner and compare the results? On my basic pool tests I got ~1% more shares.

You can calculate like this;
total valid shares / total spend time

I will try again when I get the rest of my cards, I am burning the rig in now so to speak so just want to leave it run to make sure there are no other issues. I will have 6 GPUs in that same rig to test with then so should help to minimize any discrepancies that may arise with just one GPU.

But in the meantime I can report that my shares on the pool were down too, I just forgot to post that information earlier. With Claymore and the above hashrate (single GPU) I get around 40 shares an hour on the Ethermine pool and when running your miner I was only getting around 32 shares/hour on the same pool. So both the submitted share count and hashrate were noticeably lower.
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I did not want to say --

If too many people know this.... it's not good --

But I think to give author some encouragement.....

So I only said once: You completed the very great job. Thank you!

Grin
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Народ так что сее чудо дает на 1060 micron?
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Anybody tried the miner on AMD R9 390 and what is the speed?
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There doesnt seem to be much activity here....OP next update I will try your miner If I have time and compare share counts.  BUt you can do that yourself too you know Smiley

                                 
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There doesnt seem to be much activity here....OP next update I will try your miner If I have time and compare share counts.  BUt you can do that yourself too you know Smiley

I will release new version today.
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There doesnt seem to be much activity here....OP next update I will try your miner If I have time and compare share counts.  BUt you can do that yourself too you know Smiley

New version released a few mins ago, you can test it.
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Trying to run 2 threads per 1 Vega card and getting 0 hashrate (single thread runs fine). What options would you recommend? How to enable multiple async mode) I'm in Windows 10.

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I'm testing and it works for now...  Grin
Just a problem: on ethermine the worker was changed from "default" (no specify on command line) to "wyiql"  Huh
On the changed log there is "Intensity improved"... We need to retest for find best "-intensity" value or we can leave the old value (for my 28 on RX 580)?
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There doesnt seem to be much activity here....OP next update I will try your miner If I have time and compare share counts.  BUt you can do that yourself too you know Smiley

New version released a few mins ago, you can test it.

Great work !

my test rig have about 9-10MH/s increase on eminer xxxRC2, mixed RX570 and RX580

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There doesnt seem to be much activity here....OP next update I will try your miner If I have time and compare share counts.  BUt you can do that yourself too you know Smiley

New version released a few mins ago, you can test it.

Great work !

my test rig have about 9-10MH/s increase on eminer xxxRC2, mixed RX570 and RX580

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My MH/s has risen but little (0,1)
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September 19, 2017, 06:58:54 PM
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I'm testing and it works for now...  Grin
Just a problem: on ethermine the worker was changed from "default" (no specify on command line) to "wyiql"  Huh
On the changed log there is "Intensity improved"... We need to retest for find best "-intensity" value or we can leave the old value (for my 28 on RX 580)?

on my basic tests looks like 27 best for RX580, you can test best value for your device.

Looks like;
eminer -B deviceid -intensity 27
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on 470/570 i get same hash no matter if intensity 20 or 40  Huh
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on 470/570 i get same hash no matter if intensity 20 or 40  Huh

you can set 29 for 470/570 devices, example 3x470 devices like -intensity 29,29,29
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on 470/570 i get same hash no matter if intensity 20 or 40  Huh

you can set 29 for 470/570 devices, example 3x470 devices like -intensity 29,29,29

thanks i will try it.
Just want to ask, by default miner uses kernel 3 for these 470/570 cards. I tried kernel 1 and got horrible results.
So are those 1,2 better for older cards ?
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I'm testing and it works for now...  Grin
Just a problem: on ethermine the worker was changed from "default" (no specify on command line) to "wyiql"  Huh
On the changed log there is "Intensity improved"... We need to retest for find best "-intensity" value or we can leave the old value (for my 28 on RX 580)?

Also ethermine you should set the username like -U yourwallet.rigname
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Trying to run 2 threads per 1 Vega card and getting 0 hashrate (single thread runs fine). What options would you recommend? How to enable multiple async mode) I'm in Windows 10.

Can you send your parameters?
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Trying to run 2 threads per 1 Vega card and getting 0 hashrate (single thread runs fine). What options would you recommend? How to enable multiple async mode) I'm in Windows 10.

Can you send your parameters?

start eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address -P x -N vega -M 5,5 -intensity 28 -kernel 3,3

My Vega is card 5.
I tried different intensities (dag intensity too) and different kernels (1,2,3).
Speed 0

With 1 instance it hashes but best speed is only 41-42mhs with kernel 2 while Claymore's 10 runs at 44.2 mhs

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Trying to run 2 threads per 1 Vega card and getting 0 hashrate (single thread runs fine). What options would you recommend? How to enable multiple async mode) I'm in Windows 10.

Can you send your parameters?

start eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address -P x -N vega -M 5,5 -intensity 28 -kernel 3,3

My Vega is card 5.
I tried different intensities (dag intensity too) and different kernels (1,2,3).
Speed 0

With 1 instance it hashes but best speed is only 41-42mhs with kernel 2 while Claymore's 10 runs at 44.2 mhs

Can you test 5 minutes like this;
eminer -M 5 -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address.vega -P x -N vega -intensity 27 -kernel 3

Best kernel is 3 but it depends of your GPU, you should test best for your vega. I will add thread count on next release, default 2. I don't have any vega for test but I will try find for you.
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Trying to run 2 threads per 1 Vega card and getting 0 hashrate (single thread runs fine). What options would you recommend? How to enable multiple async mode) I'm in Windows 10.

Can you send your parameters?

start eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address -P x -N vega -M 5,5 -intensity 28 -kernel 3,3

My Vega is card 5.
I tried different intensities (dag intensity too) and different kernels (1,2,3).
Speed 0

With 1 instance it hashes but best speed is only 41-42mhs with kernel 2 while Claymore's 10 runs at 44.2 mhs

Can you test 5 minutes like this;
eminer -M 5 -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -U wallet_address.vega -P x -N vega -intensity 27 -kernel 3

Best kernel is 3 but it depends of your GPU, you should test best for your vega. I will add thread count on next release, default 2. I don't have any vega for test but I will try find for you.

Only 36mhs with this settings, Claymore is doing 44.2

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after 2 hours running eminer v0.6.1-RC2, windows 10, cloud service, received error:

ERROR[09-19|22:29:36] Couldn't send stats to cloud service     error="Not verified"

local eminer still working with no problem



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after 2 hours running eminer v0.6.1-RC2, windows 10, cloud service, received error:

ERROR[09-19|22:29:36] Couldn't send stats to cloud service     error="Not verified"

local eminer still working with no problem




Thanks for your report, problem has been solved. Can you check again?
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after 2 hours running eminer v0.6.1-RC2, windows 10, cloud service, received error:

ERROR[09-19|22:29:36] Couldn't send stats to cloud service     error="Not verified"

local eminer still working with no problem




Thanks for your report, problem has been solved. Can you check again?

working ... Smiley



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really like so far Smiley))

is there a way that you make the cloud monitoring local on ones network?

edit:

when running on my AMD rig i get this msg:

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WARN [09-20|00:04:13] AMD (ADL) hardware monitor library couldn't initialize

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really like so far Smiley))

is there a way that you make the cloud monitoring local on ones network?

edit:

when running on my AMD rig i get this msg:

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-cloud-key string

nope .... thats for using the eminer cloud service ... which is working with no problems

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really like so far Smiley))

is there a way that you make the cloud monitoring local on ones network?

edit:

when running on my AMD rig i get this msg:

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WARN [09-20|00:04:13] AMD (ADL) hardware monitor library couldn't initialize

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Miner has local monitoring, you can view the local dashboard from http://localhost:8550

What is your OS? If you using Linux, ignore the message, eminer has alternative solution on Linux for AMD devices.
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Miner has local monitoring, you can view the local dashboard from http://localhost:8550

What is your OS? If you using Linux, ignore the message, eminer has alternative solution on Linux for AMD devices.

Thanks for your quick feedback Smiley

Yes, im using ubuntu and indeed all ADL data show up on both local dashboard and cloud ... but what i meant is to have same dashboard as in cloud but local, so one can view all rigs in one dashboard ... like if you add some param to main mining rig where it handles all outputs from all rig and shows it into single dashboard .... maybe Smiley)

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If use same cloudkey , you can see all rigs at cloud.eminer.net . So why do you need local dashboard ?
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If use same cloudkey , you can see all rigs at cloud.eminer.net . So why do you need local dashboard ?

its just an option .... a suggestion .... and i know if i use same key i would see all rigs on same dashboard ... i have that running already ... but since the code is already made ... porting to local version might be doable also ... thats all

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are the cloud key randomly generated? are there ways to recover lost cloud keys?
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also just want to check if we can delete workers from the cloud dashboard?

i did not use the -N to specify the worker name so the dashboard has multiple instance of the random 5 char string showing up.
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I have a problem.

My RX480 crashed, but Eminer thinking it's still alive, so I got this:

https://i.imgur.com/1ApdphY.jpg

Please fix it. Thanks.

( In the state, miner can't be restarted, so I only need to know what correct happens and stop)


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Why is there still no transparency on when the Dev Fee is being mined?

 Claymore does this and you should too.

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Why is there still no transparency on when the Dev Fee is being mined?

 Claymore does this and you should too.



It's already logging, you can see devfee start and stop messages on console, I think, its clearly transparency
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I have a problem.

My RX480 crashed, but Eminer thinking it's still alive, so I got this:



Please fix it. Thanks.

( In the state, miner can't be restarted, so I only need to know what correct happens and stop)


Win10/AMD DAG fix driver/Eminer 0.6.1 RC2/ASUS RX480 4G dual


Looks like your 480 crashed, like high overclock problem.
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Looks like your 480 crashed, like high overclock problem.

I know, I mean if a card stopped, Eminer should warn me -- not continue to average with 0MH/s
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also just want to check if we can delete workers from the cloud dashboard?

i did not use the -N to specify the worker name so the dashboard has multiple instance of the random 5 char string showing up.

- cloud key no random, its recoverable.
- your old workers will be delete automatically within 24 hours.
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Looks like your 480 crashed, like high overclock problem.

I know, I mean if a card stopped, Eminer should warn me -- not continue to average with 0MH/s

I see, added to my checklist.
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how to connect to: clona.ru (solo pool). I do not know how to edit the bat file so that I can connect to clona.ru please help me. TYVM
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how to connect to: clona.ru (solo pool). I do not know how to edit the bat file so that I can connect to clona.ru please help me. TYVM

Working example :

eminer.exe -S clona.ru:5087  -U 0xdef91c6769417915eedc70aa4f7c41aae63ed4b4 -P x -N my_amd_rig --cloud-key e094fbafe1e0dd486217bdb9ae7ccc741f8ce272
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how to connect to: clona.ru (solo pool). I do not know how to edit the bat file so that I can connect to clona.ru please help me. TYVM

You can look example .bat file from https://github.com/ethash/eminer-release
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how to connect to: clona.ru (solo pool). I do not know how to edit the bat file so that I can connect to clona.ru please help me. TYVM

You can look example .bat file from https://github.com/ethash/eminer-release

tks u.
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Lost my cloud key. How do I get another?

Sent you a PM

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Can you give a good explanation of the 3 kernel types please.

-kernel 1 does what exactly?
-kernel 2
-kernel 3

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One more question...

If I set -intensity 28 will that set it for all GPU's or do I need to use -intensity 28,28,28,28,28

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how to connect to: clona.ru (solo pool). I do not know how to edit the bat file so that I can connect to clona.ru please help me. TYVM

You can look example .bat file from https://github.com/ethash/eminer-release
tks you ^^
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You... left... the OCL in the binary... and it's not even packed! That... was kind of a let down.

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You... left... the OCL in the binary... and it's not even packed! That... was kind of a let down.

OCL build on runtime like good idea for new chipsets so the miner can support all OCL based devices.
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One more question...

If I set -intensity 28 will that set it for all GPU's or do I need to use -intensity 28,28,28,28,28

Thank you

Yes you've to set intensity for each GPU device. Like your example
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You... left... the OCL in the binary... and it's not even packed! That... was kind of a let down.

OCL build on runtime like good idea for new chipsets so the miner can support all OCL based devices.

Well... the issue being, anyone with half a clue can get your kernel... putting it in the binary as AMD IL, for example, would allow support for pretty much everything that uses the Catalyst compiler, I believe. The only outlier would be Vega, which requires the ROCm stack - which in turn uses the LLVM/Clang toolchain. For that exception, you could simply include a Vega kernel as ISA in the miner.

You also didn't really protect the miner at all - not only was it not packed, or any anti-debugging traps laid, but you didn't even check for the common environment vars used for debugging or kernel dumping...

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You... left... the OCL in the binary... and it's not even packed! That... was kind of a let down.

OCL build on runtime like good idea for new chipsets so the miner can support all OCL based devices.

Well... the issue being, anyone with half a clue can get your kernel... putting it in the binary as AMD IL, for example, would allow support for pretty much everything that uses the Catalyst compiler, I believe. The only outlier would be Vega, which requires the ROCm stack - which in turn uses the LLVM/Clang toolchain. For that exception, you could simply include a Vega kernel as ISA in the miner.

You also didn't really protect the miner at all - not only was it not packed, or any anti-debugging traps laid, but you didn't even check for the common environment vars used for debugging or kernel dumping...
Why should he do it now when he didn't get close to top speeds like yours or Claymore's?
When he will - he will certainly did ))
But now all protection methods will result in anti-virus software misdetection ...

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You... left... the OCL in the binary... and it's not even packed! That... was kind of a let down.

OCL build on runtime like good idea for new chipsets so the miner can support all OCL based devices.

Well... the issue being, anyone with half a clue can get your kernel... putting it in the binary as AMD IL, for example, would allow support for pretty much everything that uses the Catalyst compiler, I believe. The only outlier would be Vega, which requires the ROCm stack - which in turn uses the LLVM/Clang toolchain. For that exception, you could simply include a Vega kernel as ISA in the miner.

You also didn't really protect the miner at all - not only was it not packed, or any anti-debugging traps laid, but you didn't even check for the common environment vars used for debugging or kernel dumping...
Why should he do it now when he didn't get close to top speeds like yours or Claymore's?
When he will - he will certainly did ))
But now all protection methods will result in anti-virus software misdetection ...

He actually has beaten Claymore's - you'll notice he wastes less core clocks. I still have an edge over both his and Claymore's, however, because I use less clocks still - on top of memory optimizations (not waiting on the results of the DAG access and doing other shit in the meantime.)

I fully expect Claymore to release a new version soonish with an optimization to the core speed.

EDIT: Also, while packers tend to set off AVs, removing the OpenCL source from the binary and utilizing AMD IL or ISA kernels won't. Many anti-debugging traps won't set off AV, either - and besides, if your miner doesn't set off auto-scanning AVs (which are nothing but snake oil sold to people who don't know any better), you're probably doing it wrong. Tongue

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2 Wolf

By the way ... did you see current speed increase with xmr mining on Vega running 2 threads with blockchain drivers and HBCC enabled?
Vega can handle 2kh/s now.
How do you think can it be applied to eth mining? 2 dag files per gpu with async access?
Vega can handle it I think ...

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2 Wolf

By the way ... did you see current speed increase with xmr mining on Vega running 2 threads with blockchain drivers and HBCC enabled?
Vega can handle 2kh/s now.
How do you think can it be applied to eth mining? 2 dag files per gpu with async access?
Vega can handle it I think ...

Ain't allowed to comment on that.

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2 Wolf

By the way ... did you see current speed increase with xmr mining on Vega running 2 threads with blockchain drivers and HBCC enabled?
Vega can handle 2kh/s now.
How do you think can it be applied to eth mining? 2 dag files per gpu with async access?
Vega can handle it I think ...

Ain't allowed to comment on that.
Well, I found the miner capable to hash with 2 DAGs at 1 GPU. It is old good Genoil miner.
With single DAG it shows 40-41mhs, with 2 DAGs it shows 42-42.5 mhs.
This is all less then Claymore's 44.2mhs, maybe due to ineffective single-thread of Genoil's.

Let it run for a while to see pool results.

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2 Wolf

By the way ... did you see current speed increase with xmr mining on Vega running 2 threads with blockchain drivers and HBCC enabled?
Vega can handle 2kh/s now.
How do you think can it be applied to eth mining? 2 dag files per gpu with async access?
Vega can handle it I think ...

Ain't allowed to comment on that.
Well, I found the miner capable to hash with 2 DAGs at 1 GPU. It is old good Genoil miner.
With single DAG it shows 40-41mhs, with 2 DAGs it shows 42-42.5 mhs.
This is all less then Claymore's 44.2mhs, maybe due to ineffective single-thread of Genoil's.

Let it run for a while to see pool results.

You know you can just use ONE DAG - and access it using kernels spawned from two different (CPU-side) threads, right? And... you know, not waste asstons of memory?

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September 21, 2017, 02:04:39 AM
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So average 4 watts higher consumption.  Reported hashrate by miner is about 1-2mhs lower.  God damn that level 5 log lol.  The blue color doesnt work for me Sad  But to serious things ill see pool side whats up soon.  I doubt claymore is better.  And im getting a couple VEGAs 56 to play with soon, very curious to delve into them.
edit: i didnt see intensity in the help file, maybe you forgot ?  sometimes i cant see shit good though so might be me.  Oh and good work, very well done.

                                 
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So average 4 watts higher consumption.  Reported hashrate by miner is about 1-2mhs lower.  God damn that level 5 log lol.  The blue color doesnt work for me Sad  But to serious things ill see pool side whats up soon.  I doubt claymore is better.  And im getting a couple VEGAs 56 to play with soon, very curious to delve into them.
edit: i didnt see intensity in the help file, maybe you forgot ?  sometimes i cant see shit good though so might be me.  Oh and good work, very well done.

Here help output;

Usage of C:\Users\bitkoyim\Desktop\eminer.exe:
  -B int
        Benchmark mode, set device id for benchmark (default -1)
  -F string
        Farm mode with the work server at URL, use comma for multiple rpc server (default "http://127.0.0.1:8545")
  -L    List GPU devices
  -M string
        Run mine on selected devices, use comma for multiple devices (default "all")
  -N string
        Name of your rig, the name will be use on dashboard, json-api, cloud service and stathat. Some pools require rig
 name with extra parameter, this name will be send the pools.
  -P string
        Password for stratum server
  -S <host>:<port>
        Stratum mode, use comma for multiple stratum server (example: <host>:<port> for nicehash or other stratum server
s stratum+tcp://<host>:<port>)
  -U string
        Username for stratum server
  -V int
        Log level (0-5) (default 3)
  -cloud-key string
        Set your cloud service key here to have stats about the rig from https://cloud.eminer.net, you can create free k
ey from the web site and use the same key for all your rigs.
  -cpu int
        Set the maximum number of CPUs to use
  -dag-intensity int
        DAG work size intensity (4-32) (default 32)
  -devfee-coin string
        Set devfee default coin, it may reduce DAG changes. Usable coins: ETH, ETC, UBQ, EXP, MUSIC
  -fan-percent string
        Set fan speed percent on selected devices, use comma for multiple devices (amd devices only)
  -fixed-diff
        Fixed diff for works, round solutions
  -http string
        HTTP server for monitoring (read-only) for disable set "no" (default ":8550")
 -intensity string
        GPU work size intensity (8-64), use comma for multiple devices (default 32)

  -kernel string
        Select kernel for GPU devices, currently 3 kernels available, use comma for multiple devices (1-3)
  -no-devfee
        Disable devfee, this can be impact some performance reduces
  -no-output-color
        Disable colorized output log format
  -stathat string
        Set your stathat email address here to have some basic metrics from stathat.com web site
  -v    Version
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Any thoughts to adding clock and memory speeds for AMD?
-cclock 1100
-mclock 1500
Very useful for Linux rigs
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Any thoughts to adding clock and memory speeds for AMD?
-cclock 1100
-mclock 1500
Very useful for Linux rigs
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Thanks for your advice, I added to my checklist, I will add next release.
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Any thoughts to adding clock and memory speeds for AMD?
-cclock 1100
-mclock 1500
Very useful for Linux rigs
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wouldnt you normally just flash the memory speed into bios just to make things easier?
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Yes I did that for all cards except my 390's. They run best at 1100/1500 which is easy in Windows but difficult in Linux.
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Ah.  so I am blind.  Thanks Smiley So Intensity goes to 64...care to elaborate on that ?  Have you had a noticeable increase in hashrate on gpus that are stable with it ?  I report on shares in a day or two, but so far it looks good. Hard to tell if the difference is 1 or 2% in a short time period.

                                 
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I am reporting a LOT of crashing on Linux. Ubuntu 16.4
I have tried many different settings but the AMD cards crash every 30 mins or so.
I wish I had a better understanding of the -kernel switch that no one will explain.
3 of the cards are 390's and I am thinking maybe they don't work well on -kernel 3.
Also the fan speed switch does not seem to change the fan speeds on Linux.

So maybe someone can answer these 2 questions -

1) Explain differences between -k 1,2,3
2)is the -kernel switch able to use commas to set different kernels for different cards? -kernel 2,2,3,3,3 ANSWERED BY ME. YES IT WORKS LIKE EXAMPLE

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I am reporting a LOT of crashing on Linux. Ubuntu 16.4
I have tried many different settings but the AMD cards crash every 30 mins or so.
I wish I had a better understanding of the -kernel switch that no one will explain.
3 of the cards are 390's and I am thinking maybe they don't work well on -kernel 3.
Also the fan speed switch does not seem to change the fan speeds on Linux.

So maybe someone can answer these 2 questions -

1) Explain differences between -k 1,2,3
2)is the -kernel switch able to use commas to set different kernels for different cards? -kernel 2,2,3,3,3 ANSWERED BY ME. YES IT WORKS LIKE EXAMPLE

Thanks for any help

1- Each kernel has different thread count
2- Yes you should set best kernel for your device like your parameter.

I also advice intensity parameter, you should benchmark your device with best intensity like this; eminer -B <deviceid> -intensity <number> also you can choose kernel with this parameters.

If your device crashing probably intensity high for your device.
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Can i use different pools for failover
Like this -> eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444,eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999

BTW i like to use your miner , keep working !

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Can i use different pools for failover
Like this -> eminer -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444,eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999

BTW i like to use your miner , keep working !

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Yes it's possible, you can use if the pools support same username and password scheme.
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Ok so I'm seeing about 0.5 to 1% better hashrate reporting pool side.  Would be nice to have a worker automatic restart if a gpu goes down for some reason, and a warning, or automatic intensity drop for that gpu.

                                 
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Ok so I'm seeing about 0.5 to 1% better hashrate reporting pool side.  Would be nice to have a worker automatic restart if a gpu goes down for some reason, and a warning, or automatic intensity drop for that gpu.

I added to checklist, this can be add to cloud service.
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great job!

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request to add feature to notify when significant hash rate drop for a worker(ideally configurable). ie. a worker usually do 180mh/s, if drops by more than X%(configurable) it sends a notification. do not need to notify immediately(configurable). but if below the threshold for more than Y(configurable) minutes then notify.
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request to add feature to notify when significant hash rate drop for a worker(ideally configurable). ie. a worker usually do 180mh/s, if drops by more than X%(configurable) it sends a notification. do not need to notify immediately(configurable). but if below the threshold for more than Y(configurable) minutes then notify.


added to checklist, will add to cloud service.
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I check, it works on linux on one overclocked GTX1060 card.

INFO [09-25|11:53:44] GPU device information                   device=0 hashrate="18.108 Mh/s" temperature="63.00 C" fan=49.00%
I have 18.1Mh instead 19.8  

1- how use temperature control? and decrease intensity if t>80 C ?

2-how to manage intensity?

3- Can i control fee if i want to use devfee on 10% on one card, and two card can work without devfee?
(switching DAG,pool and etc take real time!)

4- please add more samples to header of topic
eminer.exe -S eu1.ethermine.org:4444,eu1.ethermine.org:14444 -U YOUR_WALLETID_HERE.rig3 -P x -N rig3 --cloud-key GENERATE_AT_CLOUD.EMINER.NET

for linux
./eminer -S eu2.ethermine.org:4444 -U YOUR_WALLETID_HERE.rig3 -P x -N home
#--cloud-key GENERATE_AT_CLOUD.EMINER.NET

5. On github i cannot found source codes and cannot compile "Dashboard.png"
I thinking no sources , yes?
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Power usage is still pretty high. No watchdog, yet...

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Power usage is still pretty high. No watchdog, yet...

Did you try intensity parameter?
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any update soon?
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I found an issue with cloud service if i don't use a key or didn't have interest in using it some parameters do not work, like for example -M for device selection.



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A very good idea, dev! Keep it up!

Are there any tests @ 1060 nvidia?
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I found an issue with cloud service if i don't use a key or didn't have interest in using it some parameters do not work, like for example -M for device selection.

Could you please send full command line, I can test it.
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any update soon?

I'm working for new update, I will announce soon.
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I found an issue with cloud service if i don't use a key or didn't have interest in using it some parameters do not work, like for example -M for device selection.

Could you please send full command line, I can test it.
Here

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setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100

setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

eminer.exe -S stratum+tcp://europe.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:20535  -U halker.amd -P x -M 0,2,3



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slightly better pool side reported hash rate and slightly higher power consumption.

very stable, and nice UI for cloud service.

intensity does not seem to make any difference.

overall 9/10.

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slightly better pool side reported hash rate and slightly higher power consumption.

very stable, and nice UI for cloud service.

intensity does not seem to make any difference.

overall 9/10.

Sorry for the late answer.
Yes intensity doesn't make any difference as of power usage, but it does reduce hashrate.

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any update soon?

I'm working for new update, I will announce soon.

You're doing better with keeping your IP hard(er) to get at - nice work. Might want to use C instead of Go so you can put in some anti-debugging traps, too.

Also... in your "Optimized 4 threads" OpenCL... I know this won't make a huge difference, but it still makes me sad:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == ((a >> 3) % THREADS);

Were that interpreted how you wrote it (verbatim), you would be eating... 4 clocks for the shift, and an untold number of clocks for the modulo, as AMD GCN doesn't even have modulo implemented - it's emulated. In reality, it's going to optimize that to an AND, making it look more like this:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == ((a >> 3) & (THREADS - 1))

Okay, that's 8 clocks - two full-rate instructions. Unless you use a local worksize that's not a power of two, and in that case, god help you. But we can do better.

First, for AMD - you're using LDS. Any worksize above wavefront size (64 work-items) is going to make those barriers take a LOT longer. Reason being, an AMD GCN CU (Compute Unit) only executes wavefronts. Larger work groupings are cut into wavefront-sized pieces and executed that way. If you use an LDS barrier with a worksize of 64 (wavefront size) - big deal, the whole wavefront is handled by that CU, and as such, the barriers can actually be omitted! And they are, by the AMD OCL compiler, in that case. When you make your group larger - suddenly you need to sync with other execution units: this is going to make you very sad. So - at least for AMD - I would keep it to 64 work-items/local group.

Now - we know the value of THREADS - the kernel says it's a 4-way - so... get you one of these...

Code:
#pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_media_ops2 : enable

... and suddenly you have access to the amd_bfe builtin, which is purpose-built for what you wanna do! It gives you direct access to the v_alignbit_b32 instruction. And this gives us:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == amd_bfe(a, 3U, 2U);

Shaving at LEAST four ticks off the best the compiler would likely come up with (and I am being generous.) As it's looped, this magnifies the effect of the optimization, although it's still not much. Now you have the operation done in a single full-rate instruction, though - which IS an improvement.

Code:
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any update soon?

I'm working for new update, I will announce soon.

You're doing better with keeping your IP hard(er) to get at - nice work. Might want to use C instead of Go so you can put in some anti-debugging traps, too.

Also... in your "Optimized 4 threads" OpenCL... I know this won't make a huge difference, but it still makes me sad:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == ((a >> 3) % THREADS);

Were that interpreted how you wrote it (verbatim), you would be eating... 4 clocks for the shift, and an untold number of clocks for the modulo, as AMD GCN doesn't even have modulo implemented - it's emulated. In reality, it's going to optimize that to an AND, making it look more like this:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == ((a >> 3) & (THREADS - 1))

Okay, that's 8 clocks - two full-rate instructions. Unless you use a local worksize that's not a power of two, and in that case, god help you. But we can do better.

First, for AMD - you're using LDS. Any worksize above wavefront size (64 work-items) is going to make those barriers take a LOT longer. Reason being, an AMD GCN CU (Compute Unit) only executes wavefronts. Larger work groupings are cut into wavefront-sized pieces and executed that way. If you use an LDS barrier with a worksize of 64 (wavefront size) - big deal, the whole wavefront is handled by that CU, and as such, the barriers can actually be omitted! And they are, by the AMD OCL compiler, in that case. When you make your group larger - suddenly you need to sync with other execution units: this is going to make you very sad. So - at least for AMD - I would keep it to 64 work-items/local group.

Now - we know the value of THREADS - the kernel says it's a 4-way - so... get you one of these...

Code:
#pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_media_ops2 : enable

... and suddenly you have access to the amd_bfe builtin, which is purpose-built for what you wanna do! It gives you direct access to the v_alignbit_b32 instruction. And this gives us:

Code:
bool update_share = thread_id == amd_bfe(a, 3U, 2U);

Shaving at LEAST four ticks off the best the compiler would likely come up with (and I am being generous.) As it's looped, this magnifies the effect of the optimization, although it's still not much. Now you have the operation done in a single full-rate instruction, though - which IS an improvement.

WOW! tons of job like for me. @Wolf thanks your mention. I'll keep up these and will be share results here.
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w0lf is a legend.  Always ready to help others, although he won't spoon feed you but when people want to learn i've seen him time and time again help out and spread the knowledge.  If only we had more wolfs in crypto and less sp's Smiley  I'll test out your new update when you get it out

                                 
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October 20, 2017, 01:25:44 PM
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it does seem that sometimes the miner would just stop working solutions but would not crash. the error handling and watchdog feature need to be improved. wonder when will there be a new version coming out?
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Last days I notice that the software some times not report to the mining pool the stale share that I can view on the console Shocked
The problem that I had was low shares and for testing I started claymore miner and I notice that I found a lot of stale shares: it's okay ... the pool have some problems!   Embarrassed Cry Undecided
Now the problem is away but can you correct this problem?
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October 27, 2017, 12:44:55 PM
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I forgot:
with claymore miner I saw all stale shares on the mining pool (claymore console stale shares=mining pool stale shares)
with eminer I saw few stale shares on the pool although I saw all on the console (eminer console stale shares>mining pool stale shares)
Just to clarify...

Great job and great miner anyway!!!  Grin
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w0lf is a legend.  Always ready to help others, although he won't spoon feed you but when people want to learn i've seen him time and time again help out and spread the knowledge.  If only we had more wolfs in crypto and less sp's Smiley  I'll test out your new update when you get it out

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w0lf is a legend.  Always ready to help others, although he won't spoon feed you but when people want to learn i've seen him time and time again help out and spread the knowledge.  If only we had more wolfs in crypto and less sp's Smiley  I'll test out your new update when you get it out

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any plans for dual mining?
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w0lf is a legend.  Always ready to help others, although he won't spoon feed you but when people want to learn i've seen him time and time again help out and spread the knowledge.  If only we had more wolfs in crypto and less sp's Smiley  I'll test out your new update when you get it out

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E-Miner,
How often does the devfee instance run and what coin does it mine?
I am looking to use Eminer rather than Claymore on new Ethash forks and DAG switching matters.

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E-Miner,
How often does the devfee instance run and what coin does it mine?
I am looking to use Eminer rather than Claymore on new Ethash forks and DAG switching matters.
You can choose coin in what devfee mine.
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Seems interesting, definitely will have a look 
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is development on this miner stopped?
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who compare with claymore?

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I like  but but
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is development on this miner stopped?

Development continue. I will announce new version soon.
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who compare with claymore?

On AMD Rx580 I have done some compare with claymore and for me on mono mining the winner is eminer: the reported share on the pool is very close to share reported from eminer.
I have two RX580 (GPU 1150MHz - memory 2175MHz), with eminer i go to 61.2Mh/s while with claymore I have 61.4Mh/s
On the pool the effective hashrate with eminer is from 57.8 to 59.8Mh/s (rarely also 60.1Mh/s!!!!) while with claymore is from 57 to only 58Mh/s ( Huh)

I do not know why this happens but for now I prefer to use eminer!

Claymore has its merits in other peculiarities see the possibility of configuring Mhz and mV
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November 22, 2017, 08:56:20 AM
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is development on this miner stopped?

Development continue. I will announce new version soon.

When you will release the new version? Soon = just some days from now or weeks?
Please keep us up to date  Wink
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November 30, 2017, 11:22:04 AM
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is development on this miner stopped?

Development continue. I will announce new version soon.

When you will release the new version? Soon = just some days from now or weeks?
Please keep us up to date  Wink
It seems months ).
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December 05, 2017, 03:30:33 PM
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No updates...Well it was an interesting start.  Too bad to see a nice project like this not be updated Sad  We dont really need claymore anyways...there are other options.  but more options equal better options

                                 
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