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Author Topic: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/Cuckaroo29m miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 16.2.0  (Read 138887 times)
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January 25, 2018, 08:35:14 AM
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I caught the error I mentioned in previous post about miner not sending shares to the pool. Here is the miner output from log. Also you can see here errors about update failures.
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[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:26+03:00] Bminer: When Crypto-mining Made Fast (v5.2.0-4f20af3)
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:26+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:26+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58223->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:26+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:31+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58224->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:31+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:36+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58225->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:36+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:44+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58227->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:44+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:50+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58228->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:50+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:50:55+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58229->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:50:55+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:51:00+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58230->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:00+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:51:05+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58231->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:05+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:51:10+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58232->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:10+03:00] Checking updates                             
[WARN] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Failed to read from the network: Get https://api.bminer.me/v1/init/zec/520: read tcp 192.168.200.182:58233->104.31.69.221:443: wsarecv: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Starting miner on devices [0 1]             
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Starting miner on device 0...               
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] [D0] GPU check watchdog has started         
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Started miner on device 0                   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Starting miner on device 1...               
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] [D1] GPU check watchdog has started         
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:15+03:00] Connected to equihash.usa.nicehash.com:3357 
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:16+03:00] Started miner on device 1                   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:16+03:00] Starting the management API at 127.0.0.1:2222
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:45+03:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 458.11 Sol/s 251.54 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:46+03:00] [GPU 1] Speed: 485.99 Sol/s 259.91 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:51:46+03:00] Total 944.10 Sol/s 511.46 Nonce/s Accepted shares 0 Rejected shares 0
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:15+03:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 466.53 Sol/s 253.97 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:16+03:00] [GPU 1] Speed: 488.53 Sol/s 260.79 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:16+03:00] Total 955.07 Sol/s 514.76 Nonce/s Accepted shares 0 Rejected shares 0
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:45+03:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 471.98 Sol/s 255.26 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:46+03:00] [GPU 1] Speed: 491.71 Sol/s 261.13 Nonce/s   
[INFO] [2018-01-25T00:52:46+03:00] Total 963.69 Sol/s 516.38 Nonce/s Accepted shares 0 Rejected shares 0
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January 25, 2018, 09:58:23 AM
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feature request:
Can you make it configurable on what GPU's to start mining?
I'm thinking about mining zencash with hynix cards and eth with samsung cards in 1 rig
so beeing able to start mining on gpu 0 and 1 for instance would be sweet
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January 25, 2018, 10:10:38 AM
Last edit: January 25, 2018, 02:33:48 PM by sir_blacks
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Test Bminer-v5.2.0-4f20af3-amd64
Hardware Spec & setting:

GPU 0: Gigabyte Windforce 2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (Samsung) dedicate to mining
GPU 1: Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 2GB only for own use, not for mining
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1
Video Driver: 390.65
MSI Afterburn: 4.4.2
Power limit: 72 => ~86 W
Temp limit: 80
Core Clock: +168
Memmory Clock: +650

Result
Code:
Uptime 14 hours
Speed (Sols/S) 309.24
Power (Watts) 87
Efficiency (Sols/W) 3.55
Accepted 1922
Rejected 8

- it is a difference between  in progress "Accepted share" (Accepted share #1310) & total Accepted shares (Accepted shares 1302) see below
Code:
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:17+02:00] Received new job 3b72
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:22+02:00] Accepted share #1308
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:36+02:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 308.45 Sol/s 164.20 Nonce/s
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:36+02:00] Total 308.45 Sol/s 164.20 Nonce/s Accepted shares 1300 Rejected shares 5

[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:44+02:00] Accepted share #1309
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:03:53+02:00] Accepted share #1310
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:04:06+02:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 308.89 Sol/s 164.30 Nonce/s
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:04:06+02:00] Total 308.89 Sol/s 164.30 Nonce/s Accepted shares 1302 Rejected shares 5

- suggestion add if is possible direct Gpu Temp, Power Usage direct in console, i rare use web appi page only for moment when i test thing something like this:

Code:
[INFO] [2018-01-25T12:04:06+02:00] [GPU 0] Speed: 308.89 Sol/s 164.30 Nonce/s Gpu Temp: 60 Power: 86

p.s. @realbminer finally you done your miner to work in same way like dtsm from Fee perspective aka only 1 extra pool connection & no more shady ip address = good

cheers
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January 25, 2018, 11:33:01 AM
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I actually switched back to DTSM now...

The pool shows me the same hashrate, so this guy is either lying about the hashrate or he is taking more dev fee than he says he does.

Either way pretty scammy.


Plus, he can't even get e-mail adresses working properly.
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January 25, 2018, 12:15:25 PM
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I actually switched back to DTSM now...

The pool shows me the same hashrate, so this guy is either lying about the hashrate or he is taking more dev fee than he says he does.

I want to give bminer a chance despite everything so I just did another 24 hour test and while bminer 5.2.0 claims it is 2.7% faster than dstm (1875 vs. 1825), the average hashrate at the pool came in slightly lower (1835 vs. 1850).

Since performance is nearly the same other metrics have to be considered such as the console output and stability. In this case, stability was the same for both, with less than 1% rejected shares and no crashes. I prefer some things about dstm's console output - reporting each GPU temperature, in particular - but I like bminer's running total of accepted vs. rejected shares. Both of these miners would benefit greatly from some Claymore-style color coding, however.

I won't go so far as to say bminer's author is lying or scammy, but I have said that I don't think he deserves to collect a 2% devfee while the program is still in alpha/beta stage. Yes, that is the same devfee as dstm, the best performing/most popular Equihash miner, but bminer is neither the best performing nor most popular.

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January 25, 2018, 12:23:37 PM
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I actually switched back to DTSM now...

The pool shows me the same hashrate, so this guy is either lying about the hashrate or he is taking more dev fee than he says he does.

I want to give bminer a chance despite everything so I just did another 24 hour test and while bminer 5.2.0 claims it is 2.7% faster than dstm (1875 vs. 1825), the average hashrate at the pool came in slightly lower (1835 vs. 1850).

Since performance is nearly the same other metrics have to be considered such as the console output and stability. In this case, stability was the same for both, with less than 1% rejected shares and no crashes. I prefer some things about dstm's console output - reporting each GPU temperature, in particular - but I like bminer's running total of accepted vs. rejected shares. Both of these miners would benefit greatly from some Claymore-style color coding, however.

I won't go so far as to say bminer's author is lying or scammy, but I have said that I don't think he deserves to collect a 2% devfee while the program is still in alpha/beta stage. Yes, that is the same devfee as dstm, the best performing/most popular Equihash miner, but bminer is neither the best performing nor most popular.


EWBF is still more popular according to devfee amount.

EWBF: https://zcash.flypool.org/miners/t1fJuHWrfcWnYMYyP9VAF96vRnvND2NziMG

DSTM: https://zcash.flypool.org/miners/t1NEpmfunewy9z5TogCvAhCuS3J8VWXoJNv

Claymore is making even more.
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January 25, 2018, 01:05:21 PM
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Just a FYI who ever kraken99111 is/was on the official Zcash forums as been banned for creating multiple sock-puppet accounts to promote this miner.

There is promoting a new mining software then there is above and beyond what was happening on the Zcash forums. Please be careful with this mining software,


https://forum.z.cash/t/new-miner-bminer-a-fast-equihash-miner-for-cuda-gpus-5-1-0/26197/29

I noticed that Bminer has been recommended on Crypto Mining Blog

https://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/bminer/

Doesn't mean that there isn't an issue some where.

Its closed source =  flag for me.


in the pursuit of more H/s remember to make sure what you are using is trusted!
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January 25, 2018, 01:10:04 PM
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Another fantastically buggy miner. Roll Eyes  It doesn't even recognize it's own -watchdog option.  Just like EWBF, it won't exit when it needs to.

Back to DSTM.  Too bad it kills the rig after hours and hours.


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January 25, 2018, 01:14:11 PM
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Can someone help me add bminer to nemosminer? I add it, and it runs ok, but it never ends benchmarking. Any help is appreciated Smiley
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January 25, 2018, 01:39:42 PM
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Tested longer, pool side I'm getting about 10sol/s per card more on 1070's.

I'll take it, my new miner. Please lower the fee though Sad
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Works!!!  Grin

BTCbminer -uri stratum://walletadress.workname@pooladress:port

example:

bminer -uri stratum://XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.test@zhash.pro:3058 -api=127.0.0.1:1880

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January 25, 2018, 05:49:32 PM
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[INFO] [2018-01-25T18:45:25+01:00] Total 2738.64 Sol/s 1463.18 Nonce/s Accepted shares 12451 Rejected shares 67
on pool side i have average ~2500 Sols (6x1070 - after running more than 24 hours).

DTSM showed correct values for me on same rig. bminer has 8%!!! difference. crazy. i swtich back to dtsm
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January 25, 2018, 07:12:38 PM
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I actually switched back to DTSM now...

The pool shows me the same hashrate, so this guy is either lying about the hashrate or he is taking more dev fee than he says he does.

Either way pretty scammy.


Plus, he can't even get e-mail adresses working properly.

I have asked >10 users to try out the feature of putting email into the username and all of them report it is working perfectly. Can you double check your command line?

When Crypto-mining Made Fast. @realbminer on TWTR
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January 25, 2018, 07:13:39 PM
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Another fantastically buggy miner. Roll Eyes  It doesn't even recognize it's own -watchdog option.  Just like EWBF, it won't exit when it needs to.

Back to DSTM.  Too bad it kills the rig after hours and hours.



Can you post your command then?

See https://www.bminer.me/examples/#exit-immediately-in-case-of-network-failures on how to disable watchdog.

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January 25, 2018, 07:42:21 PM
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Same machine, same cards, same pool, same running time from scratch, same ... everything is the same ... running for 48 hours now

bminer has somewhat lower pool reported average hashrate but higher cumulative actual payout by ca. 3% on the pool side.

http://oi68.tinypic.com/2i7pk3o.jpg

Will keep it running until the weekend and then start switching if the status persists

status after 72 hours... averages are last 24 hours and irrelevant now. the actual pool payout is ca. 4.5% higher for bminer. I will let it run for another ca. 48 hours before final decision. It runs on full autopilot, I dont even look at rejected shares or anything else. And it is 2x1070 for each miner.

https://i.imgur.com/XS99o8v.jpg
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January 25, 2018, 08:29:53 PM
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[INFO] [2018-01-25T18:45:25+01:00] Total 2738.64 Sol/s 1463.18 Nonce/s Accepted shares 12451 Rejected shares 67
on pool side i have average ~2500 Sols (6x1070 - after running more than 24 hours).

DTSM showed correct values for me on same rig. bminer has 8%!!! difference. crazy. i swtich back to dtsm

ok share your bat let me see!!!
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January 25, 2018, 09:41:43 PM
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Same machine, same cards, same pool, same running time from scratch, same ... everything is the same ... running for 48 hours now

bminer has somewhat lower pool reported average hashrate but higher cumulative actual payout by ca. 3% on the pool side.



Will keep it running until the weekend and then start switching if the status persists

status after 72 hours... averages are last 24 hours and irrelevant now. the actual pool payout is ca. 4.5% higher for bminer. I will let it run for another ca. 48 hours before final decision. It runs on full autopilot, I dont even look at rejected shares or anything else. And it is 2x1070 for each miner.


It would be interesting to know with which cards you are mining with.

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January 25, 2018, 09:43:04 PM
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Will the real the @realbminer please stand up? I repeat will the @realbminer please stand up?

I'm building a Progressive Web App for monitoring several instances of bminer (different rigs/pc's, with a service worker to let you know when a rig is down), but i'm not able to get the (status)data loaded into javascript. It requires that the API server sends the right headers so that javascript is able to pull the data, which isn't the case right now (i can use a PHP proxy ofcourse but then i can't share the magic with the public).

Please add something like this tot the server:
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Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
More info: https://enable-cors.org/

This is the error i'm talking about:
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Failed to load http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/api/status: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http://domain.ext' is therefore not allowed access.

Greetings,
A mining addict Grin

PS I tried sending you a PM but i don't think you read those (maybe i'm wrong, and you don't care about my plan/app, but please let me know so i can go on building other cool stuff).
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January 25, 2018, 10:12:30 PM
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Same machine, same cards, same pool, same running time from scratch, same ... everything is the same ... running for 48 hours now

bminer has somewhat lower pool reported average hashrate but higher cumulative actual payout by ca. 3% on the pool side.

http://oi68.tinypic.com/2i7pk3o.jpg

Will keep it running until the weekend and then start switching if the status persists

status after 72 hours... averages are last 24 hours and irrelevant now. the actual pool payout is ca. 4.5% higher for bminer. I will let it run for another ca. 48 hours before final decision. It runs on full autopilot, I dont even look at rejected shares or anything else. And it is 2x1070 for each miner.

https://i.imgur.com/XS99o8v.jpg
It would be interesting to know with which cards you are mining with.

evga 1070 sc downvolted to 120
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January 26, 2018, 12:08:09 AM
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Well, after running great for about one day, it came up with errors again today.
Don't know what's up, but even if I restart bminer, it doesn't want to work.
Here is a logfile after just starting:
Code:
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Bminer: When Crypto-mining Made Fast (v5.2.0-4f20af3)
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Starting miner on devices [0 1 2 3]          
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Connected to eu.miningspeed.com:3052        
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Subscribed to stratum server                
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Get error: Invalid response from the stratum server: &[91 52 48 44 34 102 97 97 49 56 101 99 50 48 57 55 52 99 50 54 100 34 93], resetting in 5 seconds
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Starting miner on device 0...                
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] [D0] GPU check watchdog has started          
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Started miner on device 0                    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Starting miner on device 1...                
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] [D1] GPU check watchdog has started          
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Started miner on device 1                    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] Starting miner on device 2...                
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:33+01:00] [D2] GPU check watchdog has started          
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:34+01:00] Started miner on device 2                    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:34+01:00] Starting miner on device 3...                
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:34+01:00] [D3] GPU check watchdog has started          
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:34+01:00] Started miner on device 3                    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:34+01:00] Starting the management API at 127.0.0.1:1880
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:38+01:00] Set target to 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000abaaaaaaaaaa1a00
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:38+01:00] Received new job 1ebdb008                    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:38+01:00] Connected to eu.miningspeed.com:3052        
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:38+01:00] Subscribed to stratum server                
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:38+01:00] Get error: Invalid response from the stratum server: &[91 52 48 44 34 98 51 55 52 97 50 53 98 48 57 55 52 99 50 54 102 34 93], resetting in 5 seconds
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:43+01:00] Set target to 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000abaaaaaaaaaa1a00
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:43+01:00] Received new job 4a4c9f19                    
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:43+01:00] Rejected share #4 ([21,"job not found"])    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:43+01:00] Connected to eu.miningspeed.com:3052        
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:44+01:00] Subscribed to stratum server                
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:44+01:00] Get error: Invalid response from the stratum server: &[91 52 48 44 34 48 53 97 50 56 101 99 50 48 57 55 52 99 50 55 48 34 93], resetting in 5 seconds
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Set target to 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000abaaaaaaaaaa1a00
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Received new job 1ebdb008                    
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Rejected share #5 ([21,"job not found"])    
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Connected to eu.miningspeed.com:3052        
[INFO] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Subscribed to stratum server                
[WARN] [2018-01-24T21:24:49+01:00] Get error: Invalid response from the stratum server: &[91 52 48 44 34 48 98 97 50 56 101 99 50 48 57 55 52 99 50 55 49 34 93], resetting in 5 seconds

DSTM and EWFB work without problems.
Any ideas (running version 5.2.0)

Run for two days and still cannot reproduce the error.

Have you tried different mining pool?

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