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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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September 04, 2017, 02:17:58 AM
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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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September 04, 2017, 04:47:14 AM
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Great  Grin Will take a look
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September 04, 2017, 05:20:56 AM
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You forgot to tell as about the devfee.
How much is it?
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September 04, 2017, 05:30:57 AM
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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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September 04, 2017, 05:38:41 AM
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Whats the hashrate on nvidia side any improvements compares to claymore ??

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September 04, 2017, 05:55:10 AM
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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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September 04, 2017, 06:12:28 AM
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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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September 04, 2017, 11:56:47 AM
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Anybody else tried and compared hashrate with Claymore's? Please post your before/after rates.
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September 04, 2017, 11:59:27 AM
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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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September 04, 2017, 02:00:36 PM
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It supports Nvidia OC under linux? How to?

Is it opensource?
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September 04, 2017, 03:40:25 PM
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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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September 04, 2017, 04:51:17 PM
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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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September 04, 2017, 05:10:31 PM
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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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September 04, 2017, 06:10:28 PM
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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!

--ypsi

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September 04, 2017, 06:53:41 PM
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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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September 04, 2017, 07:30:51 PM
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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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