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May 20, 2020, 08:42:20 PM
Last edit: May 22, 2020, 08:42:23 PM by zunetracks
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Would love to see maybe an update for the Moonlanders software. I love these little sticks, and would like to be able to use them all on one powered USB hub. As it is, I have two on the hub, and one on a laptop...but I would rather run them all on the RPi4.
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!
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May 22, 2020, 09:05:39 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.
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May 24, 2020, 08:30:05 AM
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I was wondering if it's normal .. or is it a virus inside the bfgminer software?

does it look like something Coinbase?

http://bayimg.com/JanhaaAGP
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May 24, 2020, 02:41:22 PM
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I was wondering if it's normal .. or is it a virus inside the bfgminer software?

does it look like something Coinbase?



There is no virus in the “official” version of bfgminer - unless you download it from some other “unofficial” locations.

When it says all pools dead - it means either the pool’s belly has gone down or your own local network is the issue.
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May 24, 2020, 04:05:27 PM
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The pool might be rejecting you for a bad user / password.

Try running this:

Code:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://stratum.unknownminingpool.com:5395 -u DEbDyBJPuWwc251q3vk28aT95zcMGJtS8g -p c=DFC  -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=660

and see if it works. It's a copy / paste of something I have running and know works.


Also, when possible do not post images through bayimg.com Malwarebytes blocks it as do SonicWalls and some other security devices.

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The .bat file works and does not cause problems (type: pool dead). In addition, the error with pool death gives it many times, the only thing that scares me and that in the processing entries appears between: accepted, stratum:

- Coinbase check: multiple inputs in coinbase: 0x7d

I tried to install the last relase of bfgminer again, but again these disturbing processing lines !!!
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May 25, 2020, 12:25:36 AM
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The .bat file works and does not cause problems (type: pool dead). In addition, the error with pool death gives it many times, the only thing that scares me and that in the processing entries appears between: accepted, stratum:

- Coinbase check: multiple inputs in coinbase: 0x7d

I tried to install the last relase of bfgminer again, but again these disturbing processing lines !!!

It's been happening for a while:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2420357.msg26464966#msg26464966

Try the setting #skipcbcheck as suggested in the posts earlier in the thread.
That *should* clear up the issue.

What coin are you mining and where?

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The .bat file works and does not cause problems (type: pool dead). In addition, the error with pool death gives it many times, the only thing that scares me and that in the processing entries appears between: accepted, stratum:

- Coinbase check: multiple inputs in coinbase: 0x7d

I tried to install the last relase of bfgminer again, but again these disturbing processing lines !!!

It's been happening for a while:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2420357.msg26464966#msg26464966

Try the setting #skipcbcheck as suggested in the posts earlier in the thread.
That *should* clear up the issue.

What coin are you mining and where?

-Dave



I corrected with #skipcbcheck, I'll see how it goes.
I keep the moonlander2 on rental on miningrigrental and therefore the coins it mines are different and not all known, and so meanwhile hunted that error? I thank you for now.
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May 26, 2020, 04:13:22 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
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May 26, 2020, 06:15:30 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
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May 27, 2020, 06:57:09 AM
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I use MiningRigRentals (MRR) to sell my hashing power when I'm not actively experimenting/using it, but I keep getting segmentation faults when MRR points to a new pool while the MLD is mining.

As a temporary fix to this, I made a bash script so that it'll restart the program if it doesn't exit with code 0 which worked BARELY 50% of the time. I've been trying to figure out why this is happening by checking the CP210x drivers, reinstalling BFGMiner and rebooting my RPI, trying different configurations, clocking down, but what I noticed is that if I don't use MRR and instead mine directly to a pool myself, there's no problem when I tell BFGMiner to mine in a different pool.

I tried using NiceHash even to see if it was just MRR, but the instant BFGMiner tries to initialize MLD, it seg faults.

May someone please point me to the right direction as to where things could be going wrong?

Thanks in advance.

I contacted MRR about this myself, and the only thing they told me was that BFG Miner was outdated.

Wrote the following script, which as it seems restarts the mining program 100% of the time.
Hope this helps.

Code:
#!/bin/bash

running=1

finish()
{
    running=0
}

trap finish SIGINT

while (( running )); do

./moonlander2/bfgminer_5.4.2-futurebit2_linux_armv6/bfgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu-01.miningrigrentals.com:3333/#skipcbcheck#xnsub -u *** -p x -S ALL --set MLD:clock=876 --no-gbt --no-getwork
    echo "Restarting miner.."
    sleep 5
done
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May 27, 2020, 01:25:44 PM
Last edit: May 27, 2020, 03:11:58 PM by zunetracks
 #2033

Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

Edit: below is a screenshot of BFGMiner currently. All 3 Moonlanders are showing, but the trouble one has a high number of HW errors and rejected shares.
https://imgur.com/Lwd6JN8

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May 27, 2020, 02:04:18 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to “over-clock” them - see developer’s 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

You’re running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and won’t give up until it’s done! But Raspberry Pi’s driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
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May 27, 2020, 03:14:27 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to “over-clock” them - see developer’s 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

You’re running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and won’t give up until it’s done! But Raspberry Pi’s driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
RPi 4 with Rasbian OS. Amazonbasics 36W Powered USB 3 hub. I'm running these stock at 600 Mhz. I edited my previous post with a screenshot. My question is if it was the hub, wouldn't the symptoms be spreadout among the miners? In my case it is the same miner having the issue.
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May 27, 2020, 06:16:32 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to “over-clock” them - see developer’s 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

You’re running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and won’t give up until it’s done! But Raspberry Pi’s driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
RPi 4 with Rasbian OS. Amazonbasics 36W Powered USB 3 hub. I'm running these stock at 600 Mhz. I edited my previous post with a screenshot. My question is if it was the hub, wouldn't the symptoms be spreadout among the miners? In my case it is the same miner having the issue.

I had nothing but trouble with my Pi 4 here. Even though things were working fine but every few days I had to restart things up because BFG was unable to auto-start 1 or more ML2 and eventually they stopped working!!

So, I switched to Win10 and didn’t have to even look at them!

Sorry can’t remember how many ML 2 you’ve got there. But remember these cheap Amazon stuff @ 36W usually provide 2.xx or 3.xx AMP max / total and NOT per port. Meaning, total AMP will be divided between your ML 2 sticks. They may start up ok but after short period of time they begin starving for more power which your hub fails to provide.

Remind me how many ML 2 you have there, I may be able to suggest how to deal with them so you don’t have to spend more money! Wink
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May 27, 2020, 06:39:39 PM
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Is there a warranty on the Moonlander 2 devices? I just bought mine about 2 months ago, and I think one of them is already starting to go out. I run it stock, and don't overclock it, if that matters.

Thanks!

Doctor’s 1st quesion: what symptom/s you’re experiencing?

These little toys should last forever unless someone hammers them - - except its fan which sometimes makes noise but you can use a small screw driver and tight or loose them - just a bit.

The device will just drop out of BFGMiner with 0 hashrate, or it will have a high number of rejected shares as it is finding dupes of ones it's already found. The other two Moonlanders do not exhibit this behavior.
That sounds like some communication issue between device and your computer.

You probably try this test, but if not, this is the only suggestion I have.

Disconnect all of them and connect 1 device at a time to the same USB port and or hub. When you make sure 1 works as designed, remove it and connect the next device.

Just to ensure if it’s really device problem.
Yeah on it's own the device works fine. It's like BFGMiner just forgets about it, and doesn't send it work.

So, the device itself is alive.

Are they connected to external powered HUB? Does it have enough power to feed enough amp to each and every one of them?

These little guys are very sensitive and need exact amount of power to work specially if you try to “over-clock” them - see developer’s 1st post here. And, most powered-hubs are incapable to provide necessary amps even if those with 10 or more ports. I bought one from Anker which supports up to 7 USB but I can only connect 3 ML 2 - adding 1 more would mess things up bad - so I had to invest on 2 more hubs to get all my 9 ML 2 running.

You’re running Win10? Raspberry / Linux?

Win10 version keeps trying to restart it and won’t give up until it’s done! But Raspberry Pi’s driver is not compiled to include this functionality so in most cases you either have to restart your rig or BFGminer.
RPi 4 with Rasbian OS. Amazonbasics 36W Powered USB 3 hub. I'm running these stock at 600 Mhz. I edited my previous post with a screenshot. My question is if it was the hub, wouldn't the symptoms be spreadout among the miners? In my case it is the same miner having the issue.

I had nothing but trouble with my Pi 4 here. Even though things were working fine but every few days I had to restart things up because BFG was unable to auto-start 1 or more ML2 and eventually they stopped working!!

So, I switched to Win10 and didn’t have to even look at them!

Sorry can’t remember how many ML 2 you’ve got there. But remember these cheap Amazon stuff @ 36W usually provide 2.xx or 3.xx AMP max / total and NOT per port. Meaning, total AMP will be divided between your ML 2 sticks. They may start up ok but after short period of time they begin starving for more power which your hub fails to provide.

Remind me how many ML 2 you have there, I may be able to suggest how to deal with them so you don’t have to spend more money! Wink

I've got 3 ML2's now on a 65W 10 port Amazonbasics powered USB 3 hub. Went ahead and bought another one. I might be able to send the 7 port 36W one back. I just got the 10 port hub while we've been posting here...so far I've not had any problems with it, but I'll give it a few hours and we'll see.
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May 27, 2020, 07:10:37 PM
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Ok, I think I have a better handle on what's going on. Apparently the miners don't like ProHashing's coin profitability switching algorithm. Whenever it takes too long for a new mining pattern to get established, that's where it seems that my miner is having trouble, and just stopping. Since I added the c=digibyte field to my script, all three miners are working without issue.

I don't know if it's BFGMiner, or ProHashing's algo that's the cause, but apparently I wasted $50 on another hub, lol.
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Ok, I think I have a better handle on what's going on. Apparently the miners don't like ProHashing's coin profitability switching algorithm. Whenever it takes too long for a new mining pattern to get established, that's where it seems that my miner is having trouble, and just stopping. Since I added the c=digibyte field to my script, all three miners are working without issue.

I don't know if it's BFGMiner, or ProHashing's algo that's the cause, but apparently I wasted $50 on another hub, lol.

Cool .. glad you got it resolved.

I tried the same but with zergpool for a few weeks but never any issue like yours. I believe we could blame it on ProHashing - every pool has its own set of configuration though.

Send it back to Amazon then! LOL

Yeah, that hub can handle 3 ML2 no problem. If your Pi has a legit (good) power supply, you can use 1 of its USB 3 (not 2) too - if you decide to buy another ML2 or more!  Cool
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June 17, 2020, 04:16:16 AM
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Is there other mining software besides BFGMiner?

This software seems unstable and finicky. It always has lots of errors at the start and sometimes it will stabilize and sometimes not..

I don't know exactly what I was expecting, but I was expecting a little better than this.

Running 2 ML2s on a Siport Well Work 20, so I know they have plenty of power.

Current startup line is:
Code:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://scrypt.mine.zergpool.com:3433/#skipcbcheck#xnsub -u <BTC #> -p c=BTC -S ALL --set MLD:clock=612,600 --no-gbt --no-getwork

Log generally looks like this:
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[2020-06-16 21:09:18] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:09:22] Network difficulty changed to 149k ( 1.07Th)
[2020-06-16 21:09:22] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:09:33] Pool 0 is sending mismatched block contents to us (0 is not 4-7)
[2020-06-16 21:09:36] Network difficulty changed to 19k (135.8Gh)
[2020-06-16 21:09:36] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:10:12] Network difficulty changed to 1.12k ( 8.00Gh)
[2020-06-16 21:10:12] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:10:12] Pool 0 is sending mismatched block contents to us (0 is not 1-1)
[2020-06-16 21:10:22] Network difficulty changed to 155k ( 1.11Th)
[2020-06-16 21:10:22] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:10:22] Pool 0 is sending mismatched block contents to us (0 is not 8-15)
[2020-06-16 21:10:41] Pool 0 is issuing work for an old block: 00000000000061effbaa408ecbc164bec944afa2e2b5fc71b99d2a1d3d196c48
[2020-06-16 21:13:11] Network difficulty changed to 5.18k (37.11Gh)
[2020-06-16 21:13:11] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:13:22] Network difficulty changed to 5.21k (37.29Gh)
[2020-06-16 21:13:22] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block
[2020-06-16 21:13:37] Network difficulty changed to 5.58k (39.96Gh)
[2020-06-16 21:13:37] Stratum from pool 0 detected new block

I'd really like to get these screaming along generating shares, but if it doesn't happen soon I'll have to return them and the giant USB Hub so I can just buy some bitcoin and sit on it until I'm 90.  Grin
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