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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 4.7c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 196963 times)
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September 18, 2018, 07:44:01 AM
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PhoenixMiner 3.5d is officially released. These are the changes since the last beta (3.5c):

  • Added support for direct mining of MOAC, Ether-1 (ETHO), and EtherCC (ETCC) coins (see the -coin option in the first post of this thread)
  • Small fixes for solo mining and advanced stats

The full list of changes since the last version 3.0c can be seen in the first post of this thread.

Here is the download link for PhoenixMiner 3.5d:

https://mega.nz/#F!2VskDJrI!lsQsz1CdDe8x5cH3L8QaBw (MEGA)

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    File: PhoenixMiner_3.5d_Windows.zip
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   SHA-1: 135da8653f5fe5eb6981d24f5b754f191a00f14e
 SHA-256: 67b88760e98de13d30fc55de3a6d571f8ade9da26b74d32a29d50eb3b3480009
 SHA-512: 0a6ec07806297522f050e983ce6cc5c6ec345080cbb0550c58159527d7aee0845701735cd4bed3b6494592473cb7bc49042daab4befe3571491df73a71185c0d

    File: PhoenixMiner_3.5d_Linux.tar.gz
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   SHA-1: 97cc81c4a8485725597fb3d14efd08c55b798bd4
 SHA-256: c757878d149f8d215ab71b3d00716ba620e28aab4f24115695851cc5c8f0565f
 SHA-512: 07b48067b75007c1f0795863321c54d5e273e3adf5eb0c55a33d4e95fa2cad24edf0c772c632eccc0fdcb89acf37092dd131059df014e05e9decf343464ba240

We are already working on PhoenixMiner 3.6, which will add hardware control for Nvidia cards under Windows, and for AMD/Nvidia cards under Linux, as well some other new features.
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September 18, 2018, 10:17:07 AM
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PhoenixMiner 3.5d is officially released.

Thank You for Yours work!
I like this miner for its good performance and usability. But a few last weeks I have an issue during its work...When the miner try to connect with the developers pools it report an error and several minutes unsuccessfully try to connect to those servers. As a result - I'm loosing about 5% of my hash power during 24h(
For now I will wait for fixing this problem in my favourite miner (Or maybe I need to change/add some additional command in the miner configuration?).  
https://imgur.com/a/NV6cRfy
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September 18, 2018, 05:24:06 PM
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Great, just for the -leaveoc option, I'll upgrade from 2.9.
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September 19, 2018, 03:44:53 AM
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I did a quick test for my friend about this new version, -clgreen reduces 1% power and 1% hashrate, mix of rx 5xx rx 4xx cards, normal standard mode 0.5% faster than claymore and it uses same power. Fan control still lacks understanding, -tt must be target temperature and if temperature was hit then lower fan speed by xx%, if target temperature was not hit then it should be max fan until target temperature is hit and right now is not like that, in claymore this works perfectly.

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September 22, 2018, 02:00:34 AM
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is anyone mining with 1060 gtx 3gb on linux ? It seems for me they are not working , miner just doesnt do anything - looks like it's not loading up dag , although under linux it's written i got 2.9 gb free. Any one with such issue ? thx
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September 23, 2018, 07:01:13 AM
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PhoenixMiner 3.5d is officially released.

Thank You for Yours work!
I like this miner for its good performance and usability. But a few last weeks I have an issue during its work...When the miner try to connect with the developers pools it report an error and several minutes unsuccessfully try to connect to those servers. As a result - I'm loosing about 5% of my hash power during 24h(
For now I will wait for fixing this problem in my favourite miner (Or maybe I need to change/add some additional command in the miner configuration?).  
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   There are no changes that could affect the devfee so most probably the problem is either with your network connection or with your configuration. From the screenshot it seems that the normal (main) pool connection doesn't work properly (the devfee log lines start with DevFee:, not with Eth:). To diagnose problem further, please send us the part of the log file when the problem has occurred .

I did a quick test for my friend about this new version, -clgreen reduces 1% power and 1% hashrate, mix of rx 5xx rx 4xx cards, normal standard mode 0.5% faster than claymore and it uses same power. Fan control still lacks understanding, -tt must be target temperature and if temperature was hit then lower fan speed by xx%, if target temperature was not hit then it should be max fan until target temperature is hit and right now is not like that, in claymore this works perfectly.
   Thank you for trying out the new version. We are working on the hardware control settings and they will be much better in the next release of PhoenixMiner.

is anyone mining with 1060 gtx 3gb on linux ? It seems for me they are not working , miner just doesnt do anything - looks like it's not loading up dag , although under linux it's written i got 2.9 gb free. Any one with such issue ? thx
   We have tested with 1060 3GB under Ubuntu 16.04 with Nvidia driver 390.67 and there were no problems at all. Please let us know your Linux version, Nvidia driver version, and send us the first few minutes from the log file in order to see what is going wrong in your case.

We have ordered three different RX550 from different makes, hopefully at least one will be with gfx804 Smiley

Great news! I'm waiting at least 15 Mh/s Wink
   One of the cards turned out to be Baffin again, but the other two are gfx804s! We have found the problem with the kernels, and the hashrate on RX550 will be much more competitive in the next version.
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September 23, 2018, 09:38:41 AM
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   We have tested with 1060 3GB under Ubuntu 16.04 with Nvidia driver 390.67 and there were no problems at all. Please let us know your Linux version, Nvidia driver version, and send us the first few minutes from the log file in order to see what is going wrong in your case.
What driver version you can suggest for AMD and Nvidia cards?
P.S. Using polaris, pascal, R9 Tahiti.
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September 23, 2018, 02:17:10 PM
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   We have tested with 1060 3GB under Ubuntu 16.04 with Nvidia driver 390.67 and there were no problems at all. Please let us know your Linux version, Nvidia driver version, and send us the first few minutes from the log file in order to see what is going wrong in your case.
What driver version you can suggest for AMD and Nvidia cards?
P.S. Using polaris, pascal, R9 Tahiti.

I've been using 18.3.4. drivers for AMD polaris cards and it have been stable for months.
I haven't had any problems with this version unlike beta blockchain drivers.
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September 23, 2018, 03:43:35 PM
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PhoenixMiner 3.5d is officially released. These are the changes since the last beta (3.5c):

  • Added support for direct mining of MOAC, Ether-1 (ETHO), and EtherCC (ETCC) coins (see the -coin option in the first post of this thread)
  • Small fixes for solo mining and advanced stats

can you add ROL coin for direct mining https://roller.today/
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What driver version you can suggest for Nvidia cards?
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September 23, 2018, 10:17:24 PM
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PhoenixMiner 3.5d is officially released.


is anyone mining with 1060 gtx 3gb on linux ? It seems for me they are not working , miner just doesnt do anything - looks like it's not loading up dag , although under linux it's written i got 2.9 gb free. Any one with such issue ? thx
   We have tested with 1060 3GB under Ubuntu 16.04 with Nvidia driver 390.67 and there were no problems at all. Please let us know your Linux version, Nvidia driver version, and send us the first few minutes from the log file in order to see what is going wrong in your case.




I have latest hive os 5-75 - nvidia gtx 1060 cards 3gb memory / 396.54 driver , tried also 390.59 (downgraded it to test) , ubuntu 18.04 (I believe you can see latest hive os details log)



cards just dont do anything , cpu usage goes high.. any ideas ?
here is log file:
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September 24, 2018, 09:51:34 AM
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@PhoenixMiner: I've been getting a number of reports on that PhoenixMiner crashes when launched from Awesome Miner, and it looks like the fact that Awesome Miner starts to make API calls early on is the issue here.

Once the Phoenix Miner is up and running with the mining, the API requests are processed by Phoenix Miner in a stable way, but sometimes when the API requests are processed during the first 20 seconds - the Phoenix Miner process crashes. Is it a known issue that making API calls to Phoenix Miner during the initialization phase can cause these crashes?

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September 24, 2018, 10:47:25 AM
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I haven't any problems in the past with phoenix, 3.5d same rock solid 24/7, nvidia rigs, waiting for HW control in 3.6  Wink Grin
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September 24, 2018, 11:50:30 AM
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Thank you for a new version with a new kernel mode for amd cards added . It allows me to decrease power consumption of my 7*rx570 rig by 12-14 watts  ,which is ~1,5% with the same hashrate ! Great job , I think Phoenix miner is and industry leading eth miner right now .

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September 24, 2018, 12:29:46 PM
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   We have tested with 1060 3GB under Ubuntu 16.04 with Nvidia driver 390.67 and there were no problems at all. Please let us know your Linux version, Nvidia driver version, and send us the first few minutes from the log file in order to see what is going wrong in your case.
What driver version you can suggest for AMD and Nvidia cards?
P.S. Using polaris, pascal, R9 Tahiti.



What driver version you can suggest for Nvidia cards?
   For Windows and AMD - anything from this year (18.x.x), including the latest 18.9.1. For Linux and AMD - 17.40 or above (18.10 if using Vega). For Nvidia - the latest driver should be OK. However for most of the old cards there are no new optimizations in the latest drivers and sometimes there are problems so if you are happy with your current drivers don't change them - usually the performance difference between the driver versions is very small.



can you add ROL coin for direct mining https://roller.today/
  We will try to include support for it in the next release of PhoenixMiner.


I have latest hive os 5-75 - nvidia gtx 1060 cards 3gb memory / 396.54 driver , tried also 390.59 (downgraded it to test) , ubuntu 18.04 (I believe you can see latest hive os details log)
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cards just dont do anything , cpu usage goes high.. any ideas ?
here is log file:
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   It seems that the light cache generation never finishes (as evidenced by the high CPU load too). It must finish in less than 10 seconds and then the card will create the DAGs but this never happens. This is not caused by the driver version for sure. We will try with this version of hiveOS but if it is based on Ubuntu 18.04, this also doesn't explain it because we have successfully tested with Ubuntu 18.04 as well. Can you please tell us what CPU do you have in this mining rig? Even the decade-old Athlon II should generate the light cache in less than 15 seconds.



@PhoenixMiner: I've been getting a number of reports on that PhoenixMiner crashes when launched from Awesome Miner, and it looks like the fact that Awesome Miner starts to make API calls early on is the issue here.

Once the Phoenix Miner is up and running with the mining, the API requests are processed by Phoenix Miner in a stable way, but sometimes when the API requests are processed during the first 20 seconds - the Phoenix Miner process crashes. Is it a known issue that making API calls to Phoenix Miner during the initialization phase can cause these crashes?

Many thanks!
   Yes, we have found this problem in the previous version (sometimes it crashes if a remote manager API requests are send before the miner is fully up and running), and therefore in the new version (3.5d) we have delayed the opening of the listening socket until the miner is ready to respond. So in the latest version (3.5d) it just won't respond to API requests in the first 15-25 seconds. However if you have these reports with the new version, please let us not and we will see what could be causing this. We tried to reproduce this with the new version but it doesn't crash as the old one.


I haven't any problems in the past with phoenix, 3.5d same rock solid 24/7, nvidia rigs, waiting for HW control in 3.6  Wink Grin

Thank you for a new version with a new kernel mode for amd cards added . It allows me to decrease power consumption of my 7*rx570 rig by 12-14 watts  ,which is ~1,5% with the same hashrate ! Great job , I think Phoenix miner is and industry leading eth miner right now .

    Well, this is definitely nice to hear! We are working on the next version, the first beta of which should be released in a few weeks.
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September 24, 2018, 02:46:41 PM
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Thank you for a new version with a new kernel mode for amd cards added . It allows me to decrease power consumption of my 7*rx570 rig by 12-14 watts  ,which is ~1,5% with the same hashrate ! Great job , I think Phoenix miner is and industry leading eth miner right now .

That is a good save on power consumption! I too agree that PhoenixMiner is holding it down for the best ethereum miner.
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September 25, 2018, 01:59:19 AM
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Quote from: N0pr3s3n7 on September 23, 2018, 10:17:24 PM
I have latest hive os 5-75 - nvidia gtx 1060 cards 3gb memory / 396.54 driver , tried also 390.59 (downgraded it to test) , ubuntu 18.04 (I believe you can see latest hive os details log)
...

cards just dont do anything , cpu usage goes high.. any ideas ?
here is log file:
...
   It seems that the light cache generation never finishes (as evidenced by the high CPU load too). It must finish in less than 10 seconds and then the card will create the DAGs but this never happens. This is not caused by the driver version for sure. We will try with this version of hiveOS but if it is based on Ubuntu 18.04, this also doesn't explain it because we have successfully tested with Ubuntu 18.04 as well. Can you please tell us what CPU do you have in this mining rig? Even the decade-old Athlon II should generate the light cache in less than 15 seconds.

the rig itself isnt bad it works fine with every miner , dont know where the problem is .. Smiley
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September 25, 2018, 06:05:16 AM
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I have latest hive os 5-75 - nvidia gtx 1060 cards 3gb memory / 396.54 driver , tried also 390.59 (downgraded it to test) , ubuntu 18.04 (I believe you can see latest hive os details log)
...

cards just dont do anything , cpu usage goes high.. any ideas ?
here is log file:
...

the rig itself isnt bad it works fine with every miner , dont know where the problem is .. Smiley
   Thank you for the additional info - your CPU is definitely fine and way above the required minimum for timely generation of the light cache. We have since received another similar report on the same version on HiveOS, so we will investigate further and fix the problem when we found what is causing it.
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September 25, 2018, 09:07:37 AM
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We have since received another similar report on the same version on HiveOS, so we will investigate further and fix the problem when we found what is causing it.

Could you also try to fix problem with AMD cards? All of them are not detected by PhoenixMiner in HiveOS based on Ubuntu 18.04:

Code:
No OpenCL platforms found
No avaiable GPUs for mining. Please check your drivers and/or hardware.

This build is named "Bleeding edge" =) https://hiveos.farm/install

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September 26, 2018, 04:44:48 AM
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Not able to run on GeForce GTX 1060 6GB × 12

Running HiveOS 0.5-76   Nvidia Drivers : 390.59, is working perfectly fine on Ethminer and Claymore....

PhoenixMiner starts but mining does not start keeps on 0

Thanks.
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