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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.11.1  (Read 5805345 times)
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October 19, 2016, 07:33:31 PM
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The best way to fix any problem with the U3 is to throw it in the trash; that's where they belong.
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October 19, 2016, 09:58:19 PM
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Hello CGMiner!!!
I have mining "AntMiner U3"
I download and going mining on site very good and income bitcoin normal.
Now problem, what's error and problem. Maybe virus or not or others.
I download zadig and driver install good. But not receive, I don't know what's problem. How to fix error?

I don't know anything about a U3, but, it looks like the WinUSB driver isn't assigned to it.  So with the device plugged into your USB port rerun Zadig and  verify that WinUSB is assigned to it.  If not reselect/reinstall WinUSB.

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November 15, 2016, 08:18:56 AM
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good afternoon everybody

I have a concern about  cgminer ver 4.9.2

i run it, and after a day or so it shows as using over 1000 meg or ram memory

currently it has been running 9 hours and taskmaster is showing 285.6 meg of memory used

is this normal or

here is my command batch file text

ive blanked out my server and password for my protection

also, is there any way for having it stop and restard in the batch .bat file every 5 hours?

@echo off
cd c:\
cd cgminer
cgminer -o stratum+tcp://xxxxxxxx:3333 -u xxxxxxxx -p x

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November 15, 2016, 08:46:09 AM
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good afternoon everybody

I have a concern about  cgminer ver 4.9.2

i run it, and after a day or so it shows as using over 1000 meg or ram memory

currently it has been running 9 hours and taskmaster is showing 285.6 meg of memory used

is this normal or
What driver are you using? There are no known memory leaks as such.

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November 15, 2016, 11:09:31 AM
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good afternoon everybody

I have a concern about  cgminer ver 4.9.2

i run it, and after a day or so it shows as using over 1000 meg or ram memory

currently it has been running 9 hours and taskmaster is showing 285.6 meg of memory used

is this normal or
What driver are you using? There are no known memory leaks as such.


WinUSB (v6.1.7600.16385)

from zadig 2.1.2


it is now at 430.7 meg

also how do you post pics for here?

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November 15, 2016, 11:47:13 AM
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good afternoon everybody

I have a concern about  cgminer ver 4.9.2

i run it, and after a day or so it shows as using over 1000 meg or ram memory

currently it has been running 9 hours and taskmaster is showing 285.6 meg of memory used

is this normal or
What driver are you using? There are no known memory leaks as such.


WinUSB (v6.1.7600.16385)

from zadig 2.1.2


it is now at 430.7 meg

also how do you post pics for here?


What driver...? As in what hardware are you mining with?

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November 15, 2016, 12:06:49 PM
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usb antminer u1 x10 code anu
drilbit 1.5ghs x2       code drb
bitfury 5.5ghs x6     code bxm
others i cant remember but have code AMU x1 ,code BXM  and code BX1 and some AU3

current average hash speed 55.37ghs



 
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November 15, 2016, 07:48:47 PM
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usb antminer u1 x10 code anu
drilbit 1.5ghs x2       code drb
bitfury 5.5ghs x6     code bxm
others i cant remember but have code AMU x1 ,code BXM  and code BX1 and some AU3

current average hash speed 55.37ghs
It's probably because you're using so many different varied devices. If the memory plateaus and stops rising then that's to be expected. If it keeps rising every day then that's unexpected and inappropriate. If that happens, remove one type of device at a time and see which one was responsible for the memory rising. Most likely there's nothing wrong, it's just cached ram usage.

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Last edit: November 18, 2016, 04:44:23 PM by zOU
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usb antminer u1 x10 code anu
drilbit 1.5ghs x2       code drb
bitfury 5.5ghs x6     code bxm
others i cant remember but have code AMU x1 ,code BXM  and code BX1 and some AU3

current average hash speed 55.37ghs
It's probably because you're using so many different varied devices. If the memory plateaus and stops rising then that's to be expected. If it keeps rising every day then that's unexpected and inappropriate. If that happens, remove one type of device at a time and see which one was responsible for the memory rising. Most likely there's nothing wrong, it's just cached ram usage.

as a comparison:

top - 09:56:47 up 6 days, 12:50,  1 user,  load average: 1,22, 1,38, 1,40
Tasks:   1 total,   0 running,   1 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombie
%Cpu(s):  2,3 us,  5,0 sy, 89,7 ni,  0,0 id,  0,0 wa,  0,0 hi,  3,0 si,  0,0 st
KiB Mem:   2061804 total,  1815528 used,   246276 free,   124532 buffers
KiB Swap:  2094076 total,    18584 used,  2075492 free.   889948 cached Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 2080 root      10 -10  341280  33580   6640 S  1,3  1,6 122:14.47 cgminer

here's my memory usage on ubuntu 16 with

about 14 Antminer U2, 4 U2


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that's what I'm running
SHA256 algorithm
14.40 GH/s hashrate avg
0 blocks found
2261676 (99.75%) accepted
5688 (0.25%) rejected
0 (0%) stale
7213 (0.317%) hw errors
200.53/m work utility
10209639 best share
de.ckpool.org:3333 active pool
dev #   temperature   hashrate 5s   accepted   rejected   utility   hw errors
NF1 0   0°C / 32°F   2.04 GH/s   317652 (99.42%)   1848 (0.58%)   2.34/m   0 (0%)
ANU 1   0°C / 32°F   1.81 GH/s   314244 (99.72%)   876 (0.28%)   2.31/m   2 (0.001%)
ANU 2   0°C / 32°F   2.05 GH/s   317448 (99.74%)   840 (0.26%)   2.34/m   0 (0%)
AMU 3   0°C / 32°F   335.81 MH/s   51840 (99.93%)   36 (0.07%)   0.38/m   477 (0.904%)
AMU 4   0°C / 32°F   335.72 MH/s   52428 (99.93%)   36 (0.07%)   0.39/m   507 (0.957%)
ANU 5   0°C / 32°F   2.70 GH/s   314292 (99.72%)   876 (0.28%)   2.31/m   1 (0%)
AMU 6   0°C / 32°F   335.87 MH/s   52968 (99.89%)   60 (0.11%)   0.39/m   553 (1.043%)
AMU 7   0°C / 32°F   335.60 MH/s   54288 (99.96%)   24 (0.04%)   0.4/m   537 (1.006%)
AMU 8   0°C / 32°F   335.59 MH/s   52440 (99.95%)   24 (0.05%)   0.39/m   523 (0.983%)
AMU 9   0°C / 32°F   335.68 MH/s   52200 (99.95%)   24 (0.05%)   0.38/m   627 (1.192%)
AMU 10   0°C / 32°F   335.87 MH/s   51168 (99.88%)   60 (0.12%)   0.38/m   534 (1.014%)
AMU 11   0°C / 32°F   335.18 MH/s   52464 (99.89%)   60 (0.11%)   0.39/m   603 (1.131%)
AMU 12   0°C / 32°F   335.46 MH/s   52548 (99.98%)   12 (0.02%)   0.39/m   619 (1.171%)
AMU 13   0°C / 32°F   335.31 MH/s   53232 (99.93%)   36 (0.07%)   0.39/m   547 (1.031%)
AMU 14   0°C / 32°F   335.59 MH/s   53040 (99.98%)   12 (0.02%)   0.39/m   583 (1.097%)
AMU 15   0°C / 32°F   335.58 MH/s   52164 (99.95%)   24 (0.05%)   0.38/m   573 (1.081%)
AMU 16   0°C / 32°F   335.26 MH/s   52476 (99.98%)   12 (0.02%)   0.39/m   525 (0.989%)
ANU 17   0°C / 32°F   2.21 GH/s   314784 (99.74%)   828 (0.26%)   2.32/m   2 (0.001%)

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November 17, 2016, 03:39:58 PM
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I am using about 2MB:

top - 15:37:09 up 15 days, 23:28,  4 users,  load average: 0,65, 0,50, 0,54
Tasks:   1 total,   0 running,   1 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombie
%Cpu(s): 21,8 us, 30,4 sy,  0,0 ni, 47,7 id,  0,0 wa,  0,0 hi,  0,1 si,  0,0 st
KiB Mem :  8175192 total,  1690912 free,  1833060 used,  4651220 buff/cache
KiB Swap:  4194300 total,  3172364 free,  1021936 used.  5927048 avail Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
10588 root      10 -10 2011988   8248   1732 S   2,0  0,1 249:20.91 cgminer

running this:
  0: BAJ FTWS9K4J: max 35C 0.99V           | 4.585G / 4.642Gh/s WU: 64.7/m A:545664 R:2304 HW:  934
  4: ANU 0       : 256MHz                  | 4.053G / 2.052Gh/s WU: 21.4/m A:179712 R: 512 HW:61044
  9: ANU 5       : 256MHz                  | 1.353G / 2.050Gh/s WU: 28.6/m A:231776 R: 416 HW:  632
 10: ANU 6       : 256MHz                  | 1.328G / 2.053Gh/s WU: 28.6/m A:239200 R: 704 HW:  426
 19: ANU 11      : 256MHz                  | 2.561G / 2.050Gh/s WU: 28.2/m A:156960 R: 448 HW: 2616
 22: ANU 14      : 256MHz                  | 5.022G / 2.041Gh/s WU: 24.8/m A:139936 R: 640 HW:20040
 23: ANU 15      : 256MHz                  | 2.161G / 2.054Gh/s WU: 28.2/m A: 70048 R: 192 HW: 1298
 24: ANU 16      : 256MHz                  | 4.147G / 2.054Gh/s WU: 28.2/m A: 69664 R: 256 HW: 1216
 31: BXM 13      :                         | 3.994G / 3.995Gh/s WU: 56.0/m A: 64608 R: 736 HW:    0
 32: BXM 14      :                         | 4.597G / 4.572Gh/s WU: 64.1/m A: 73696 R: 128 HW:    0
 33: BXM 15      :                         | 4.200G / 4.185Gh/s WU: 58.6/m A: 66400 R: 512 HW:    0

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November 19, 2016, 12:16:41 AM
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RES is what you are using.
VIRT Is either swapped or unused.

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November 19, 2016, 01:23:42 PM
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RES is what you are using.
VIRT Is either swapped or unused.

Oh right, my mistake! Even so, the footprint is quite low!

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November 24, 2016, 05:44:41 AM
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I'm pleased to announce that both Kano and I have received gratis A7 units from canaan for continued support of these new devices in the official cgminer branch.

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November 24, 2016, 01:32:02 PM
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I try to use it to mine a scrypt with a MSI GT 710, but it says plug one (no usb detected)
anyone kind enough to figure out what to do?
The official cgminer only mines bitcoin for the last 4 years. Seek help in the altcoin mining section for unofficial forks of cgminer that still mine other coins.

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November 25, 2016, 04:27:58 AM
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I try to use it to mine a scrypt with a MSI GT 710, but it says plug one (no usb detected)
anyone kind enough to figure out what to do?
The official cgminer only mines bitcoin for the last 4 years. Seek help in the altcoin mining section for unofficial forks of cgminer that still mine other coins.

Remember the days of cgminer or bfgminer & cgwatcher, oh the good ole days. Now most updates in GUI have made everything plug & play, don't miss the command line of mining years one bit. Somewhat like all software over the years, Windows or Mac & Linux (Linux greatly changing over the years, most people in the world don't even know there's that many operating systems).


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December 06, 2016, 02:22:01 AM
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Can someone just verify I am reading this correctly in the README

--enable-avalon4 Compile support for Avalon4/4.1/6 (default disabled)

If I build with this switch it will support the Avalon 6?  If so what command line options is available?

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December 06, 2016, 02:30:39 AM
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Can someone just verify I am reading this correctly in the README

--enable-avalon4 Compile support for Avalon4/4.1/6 (default disabled)

If I build with this switch it will support the Avalon 6?  If so what command line options is available?
Yes that's correct. In the file ASIC-README it lists the avalon4 specific commands, they're the ones starting with --avalon4-*

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can I mine on my laptop?
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December 30, 2016, 02:45:55 PM
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can I mine on my laptop?

No, You can only mine Bitcoin on dedicated ASIC Bitcoin mining hardware now.  And this isn't the correct thread for that question.

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January 11, 2017, 10:51:37 PM
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I'm new again to using a Linux machine, only really having a lot of telnet Unix experience.  I installed cgminer on a Ubuntu install and copied over my Windows bat files to run.  But when I click on them I get the four options to run in terminal, display, cancel and run.  None of them seems to be working on batch files I've used for several months for Windows cgminer.


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