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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.9.2  (Read 4821908 times)
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September 30, 2011, 12:00:37 AM
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i supose one option is to have a timer on the (press enter to exit) and then it just retries.
Now that makes sense!

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September 30, 2011, 12:04:39 AM
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i supose one option is to have a timer on the (press enter to exit) and then it just retries.
Now that makes sense!
i do that once in a while.... not often though.

I supose i should update some of my miners. still running 1.5.1 on some of them.
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September 30, 2011, 07:10:11 AM
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Can not compile cgminer-2.0.5:

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make[2]: Entering directory `/home/administrativo/cgminer-2.0.5'
  CC     cgminer-main.o
main.c: In function ‘main’:
main.c:5418:12: error: ‘struct cgpu_info’ has no member named ‘gpu_engine’
main.c:5419:12: error: ‘struct cgpu_info’ has no member named ‘gpu_memclock’
main.c:5420:12: error: ‘struct cgpu_info’ has no member named ‘gpu_vddc’
main.c:5421:12: error: ‘struct cgpu_info’ has no member named ‘gpu_fan’
main.c:5422:12: error: ‘struct cgpu_info’ has no member named ‘gpu_powertune’
make[2]: *** [cgminer-main.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/administrativo/cgminer-2.0.5'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/administrativo/cgminer-2.0.5'
make: *** [all] Error 2

Ubuntu 11.04 32 bits.

CGMiner 2.0.4 compiles just fine.

What can I do?!

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September 30, 2011, 11:28:54 AM
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Just coz I want to see a real block chain one .... not scam chain ones or test ones like I used to test it Smiley
Anyone found a real bitcoin block with cgminer >= 2.0.4 yet?
and the matching "Accepted 00000000... BLOCK!" to go with it?
Just curious ...

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September 30, 2011, 01:03:12 PM
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Just coz I want to see a real block chain one .... not scam chain ones or test ones like I used to test it Smiley
Anyone found a real bitcoin block with cgminer >= 2.0.4 yet?
and the matching "Accepted 00000000... BLOCK!" to go with it?
Just curious ...

I'm curious too... cgminer-2.0.5 seems to be a little buggy.

It does not compile at the same machine that cgminer-2.0.4 and have this "[2011-09-30 10:02:31] Accepted 00000000.c5ff79a3.fd4f7277 GPU 0 thread 0" block...

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September 30, 2011, 01:09:49 PM
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Just coz I want to see a real block chain one .... not scam chain ones or test ones like I used to test it Smiley
Anyone found a real bitcoin block with cgminer >= 2.0.4 yet?
and the matching "Accepted 00000000... BLOCK!" to go with it?
Just curious ...
It does not compile at the same machine that cgminer-2.0.4 and have this "[2011-09-30 10:02:31] Accepted 00000000.c5ff79a3.fd4f7277 GPU 0 thread 0" block...

To solve a block the second group of numbers should be 0 most of them.

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September 30, 2011, 01:49:01 PM
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Just coz I want to see a real block chain one .... not scam chain ones or test ones like I used to test it Smiley
Anyone found a real bitcoin block with cgminer >= 2.0.4 yet?
and the matching "Accepted 00000000... BLOCK!" to go with it?
Just curious ...
It does not compile at the same machine that cgminer-2.0.4 and have this "[2011-09-30 10:02:31] Accepted 00000000.c5ff79a3.fd4f7277 GPU 0 thread 0" block...

To solve a block the second group of numbers should be 0 most of them.
Yeah - it will have 5 zeros in the second 8 nibbles.
I actually have exactly the expected number of 3 zeros and even the expected number of 4 zeros, but no 5 zeros yet Smiley
Each one will of course be 16 times less likely than the previous.

Or I should say, to be exactly correct, with the current difficulty it will be less than or equal to 00000000.000009ee.5d000000
(thus to have an a->f after the zero is also not low enough ...)

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September 30, 2011, 02:26:35 PM
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Anyone running 5970's with cgminer?  What settings are best and what hash rates should I be getting?

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September 30, 2011, 04:33:18 PM
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Anyone running 5970's with cgminer?  What settings are best and what hash rates should I be getting?

It depends... for example, I'm running three 5970s in one machine under Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit.  memclocks are all at 180.  core clocks on one card are 820,810 , another 850,840, and another 870, 860.  All at stock voltages.  I arrived at those core clocks by watching which gpu's got sick and lowering them 10 mhz at a time until they didn't get sick very often.  I use -I 9 on the command line.

At 870 mhz, I average 400 MH/s, at 850 its 390 MH/s, and at 810 its 370 Mh/s.  If you can overvolt, you can probably get higher performance.

I keep the fans at 100% and temps are all in the 70-75C range in a warm-ish room with 16 rigs.

I don't use cgminer to set the clocks or fans (yet), I still use AMDOverdriveCtrl in a bash script because that's what I had been doing before cgminer came along.  I originally had higher core clocks under phoenix, but get as good or better performance from cgminer with fewer crashes.

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September 30, 2011, 10:45:49 PM
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Hmm running the fans constantly at 100% ...
Isn't that considered a bad idea since the fans will die much faster than expected?
That's one of the things that cgminer tries to avoid for that specific reason.
I guess it may not be considered bad on some cards?
(I don't know)

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October 01, 2011, 12:05:47 AM
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Hmm running the fans constantly at 100% ...
Isn't that considered a bad idea since the fans will die much faster than expected?

as a long time folding@home addict (we run 100% GPU load 24/7 too), I can assure you prolonged running at 100% fan is NOT good for your card. some odd non ref coolers are OK with it (ones with multiple lower speed 92's say) but with the bulk of the cards out there its a good way to kill the fan in 6 months or so. it may still turn at reduced RPM (and/or increased noise) but the bearings will be pretty much be shot.

60-70% is probably the best compromise speed for cooling vs long life. I have gotten 3+ years of 24/7 use from 5 or 6 video cards at 65-70% fan.
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October 01, 2011, 09:46:01 PM
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Anyone running 5970's with cgminer?  What settings are best and what hash rates should I be getting?

It depends... for example, I'm running three 5970s in one machine under Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit.  memclocks are all at 180.  core clocks on one card are 820,810 , another 850,840, and another 870, 860.  All at stock voltages.  I arrived at those core clocks by watching which gpu's got sick and lowering them 10 mhz at a time until they didn't get sick very often.  I use -I 9 on the command line.

At 870 mhz, I average 400 MH/s, at 850 its 390 MH/s, and at 810 its 370 Mh/s.  If you can overvolt, you can probably get higher performance.

I keep the fans at 100% and temps are all in the 70-75C range in a warm-ish room with 16 rigs.

I don't use cgminer to set the clocks or fans (yet), I still use AMDOverdriveCtrl in a bash script because that's what I had been doing before cgminer came along.  I originally had higher core clocks under phoenix, but get as good or better performance from cgminer with fewer crashes.


Can you copy and paste your AMDOverDriver configuration file, with overvolt, for your 5970?!

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October 01, 2011, 10:06:29 PM
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Been running the 2.0.5 with --donation 1 turned on.. works great.. keep up the good work!

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October 02, 2011, 01:20:09 AM
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How do donations work? Does it allocate a percentage of hashing power to the owners pool or something?
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October 02, 2011, 01:25:29 AM
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How do donations work? Does it allocate a percentage of hashing power to the owners pool or something?

That is my understand.

For example if you donated 0.5%
99.5% of the time the miner will work on your pool
0.5% of the time it works on the developer's pool.
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October 02, 2011, 02:09:40 AM
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How do donations work? Does it allocate a percentage of hashing power to the owners pool or something?

That is my understand.

For example if you donated 0.5%
99.5% of the time the miner will work on your pool
0.5% of the time it works on the developer's pool.
Correct. I went out of my way to make it as unobtrusive as possible. Therefore if it can't connect to my account it will just quietly stop getting work from there. It will not roll work, and it will only get *up to* the donation amount of work to do. Therefore if you set it to 1% it almost never will actually amount to 1%. Submitted donation shares will show on the screen as "donate" instead of "pool x". You can tell how many shares are submitted at the end in the summary (unless you are on windows and have the binary which crashes on every exit and get no summary).

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Been running the 2.0.5 with --donation 1 turned on.. works great.. keep up the good work!
Thanking you very much Smiley If you drop into #ozcoin and type "!worker ckolivas.donation" anyone can see the total hash power contributed to donations at this time.

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October 02, 2011, 05:55:38 AM
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Been running the 2.0.5 with --donation 1 turned on.. works great.. keep up the good work!
Thanking you very much Smiley If you drop into #ozcoin and type "!worker ckolivas.donation" anyone can see the total hash power contributed to donations at this time.
For those that dont have an irc client go to http://ozco.in and click the "WebIrc Chat" link Smiley

Thanks for using Ozcoin ckolivas Smiley
And thanks once again for an awesome piece of mining sofware - all my miners are set to 1% - be interesting to see what would happen if a few hundred of the thousands of ppl profiting from useing cgminer set 1%  Grin
It would still be small reward for the hours of time, effort and support contributed to the Bitcoin community by ckolivas (conman in IRC)
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October 02, 2011, 06:10:40 AM
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If you drop into #ozcoin and type "!worker ckolivas.donation" anyone can see the total hash power contributed to donations at this time.
Just out of curiosity and because I couldn't find this looking at the website or MOTD, what unit would the returned value be in?

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If you drop into #ozcoin and type "!worker ckolivas.donation" anyone can see the total hash power contributed to donations at this time.
Just out of curiosity and because I couldn't find this looking at the website or MOTD, what unit would the returned value be in?
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