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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.11.1  (Read 5765809 times)
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May 06, 2013, 12:10:18 PM
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One question, if you launch your cgminer with "-s 5" what's meaning? I'm lokking in the readme file but i don't find nothing.
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May 06, 2013, 01:45:22 PM
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One question, if you launch your cgminer with "-s 5" what's meaning? I'm lokking in the readme file but i don't find nothing.

From the readme:  (lol)

--scan-time|-s <arg> Upper bound on time spent scanning current work, in seconds (default: 60)

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May 06, 2013, 08:07:58 PM
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One question, if you launch your cgminer with "-s 5" what's meaning? I'm lokking in the readme file but i don't find nothing.

From the readme:  (lol)

--scan-time|-s <arg> Upper bound on time spent scanning current work, in seconds (default: 60)

Dafuq... thx you very much. I was reading scrypt-readme T_T
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May 06, 2013, 09:00:34 PM
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Out of curiosity, what version was the last Linux binaries to support CPU mining before it was removed?

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May 06, 2013, 09:28:46 PM
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Out of curiosity, what version was the last Linux binaries to support CPU mining before it was removed?

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None available. I am actively doing whatever I can to discourage anyone from finding a way to CPU mine if I can help it. It's bad for bitcoin, it's bad for the reputation due to illegal botnet virus associations, and [insert lots of other reasons I can't be bothered repeating here]. Spending $1000 in electricity to earn 10 cents unless someone is getting ripped off is bad for someone.

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May 06, 2013, 09:32:18 PM
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Out of curiosity, what version was the last Linux binaries to support CPU mining before it was removed?

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May 06, 2013, 09:50:19 PM
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One question, if you launch your cgminer with "-s 5" what's meaning? I'm lokking in the readme file but i don't find nothing.

From the readme:  (lol)

--scan-time|-s <arg> Upper bound on time spent scanning current work, in seconds (default: 60)

Dafuq... thx you very much. I was reading scrypt-readme T_T

Reading the script-readme is great and I'm sure the author appreciates it.  But the other readme's and the top post have allot of general info that applies to mining generically.  So it's probably good to start with the generic and then move to the specific.

It's allot to digest I know.  I have gotten my share of RTFM suggestions too Smiley

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May 06, 2013, 11:17:40 PM
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I think I might found a bug.

Can devs look at this thread?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=197215.0

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May 06, 2013, 11:38:58 PM
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I think I might found a bug.

Can devs look at this thread?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=197215.0
Try disabling the usb hotplug scanning. Various versions of windows can suck dicks that way.

--hotplug 0

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May 07, 2013, 01:56:33 AM
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well, the intensity was set a -1 on the little machine that i am playing with. moving it to 5 raised the hash rate from 6Mhash to 10Mhash. moving it to 6 looked like it  caused the rate to drop a little, so 5 it is.

10Mhash/s? how do you get the Mhash ? ty

Did i mislabel? isn't Mhs, Mega Hashes? I've only been into this for about 2 weeks so it would be easy for me to mispeak.
eee, stop and reload..
you are talking litecoin? you are talking GPU mining?
may i ask how a tiny rig gives you Mega Hash/s? the top listed here is 7970(x2) in low megashas/s...
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heh, we are talking bitcoin GPU mining. If a good  video card can give 600+Mhs ( like a 7850), then a small rig churning 10Mhs isn't all that impressive. I'm not sure what you consider "low megahashes". everything is relative.
AHA! that was what i was missing. Yup makes total sense. TY for clarification. Since i'm looking into litecoin mining, then (apparently) the whole world can only talk about that %) only.Smiley
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May 07, 2013, 12:04:41 PM
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still running 2.10.5, with 3.1.0 I am getting only HW errors at the same setting as with 2.10.5. If I set intensity down to alevel where I am getting no HW errros, Hasrate got very low.
Any ideas?

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May 07, 2013, 12:09:50 PM
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I think I might found a bug.

Can devs look at this thread?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=197215.0
Try disabling the usb hotplug scanning. Various versions of windows can suck dicks that way.

--hotplug 0


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I remember I was having usb problems, that --hotplug 0 comment cured it.

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May 07, 2013, 12:17:24 PM
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I think I might found a bug.

Can devs look at this thread?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=197215.0
Try disabling the usb hotplug scanning. Various versions of windows can suck dicks that way.

--hotplug 0


works like a charm! Thank you.

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May 07, 2013, 12:22:43 PM
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The past few weeks it seems like I always have a miner that is reporting all shares being rejected. Seems to only happen when I'm using slush's proxy. The proxy reports that share was above target.. Soon as I restart cgminer on the effected pc it goes away. I updated to the newest proxy and my miners are just using windows. Anyone know what can cause this?

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May 07, 2013, 12:30:44 PM
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It seems the ASICMINER 300MH/s USB devices are Icarus look-a-likes (as far as cgminer sees them) and apparently I'll be sent one soon.
These things: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195004.0

So ... this means I should get around to converting the last old driver to direct USB - the Icarus driver - so that then all the old drivers are direct USB.

Could anyone with a Lancelot or a Cairnsmore1 post a linux "sudo lsusb -v" of either of them for me please?
Thus when I have the code ready I can simply add the small definition required to detect each of them also.
Would also be good if (in a week or two when it's done) someone with each of the boards would be around to test the modified code.
I may also require a little more help with each if the USB chips are unusual in them or different to the Icarus (to get the correct initialisation commands) since I don't have either of those cards ...
Thanks to any who can help with this.

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May 07, 2013, 12:41:55 PM
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The past few weeks it seems like I always have a miner that is reporting all shares being rejected. Seems to only happen when I'm using slush's proxy. The proxy reports that share was above target.. Soon as I restart cgminer on the effected pc it goes away. I updated to the newest proxy and my miners are just using windows. Anyone know what can cause this?
Blame the proxy? There are no reports like this for anyone pool mining directly.

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May 07, 2013, 03:03:28 PM
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It seems the ASICMINER 300MH/s USB devices are Icarus look-a-likes (as far as cgminer sees them) and apparently I'll be sent one soon.
These things: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195004.0

So ... this means I should get around to converting the last old driver to direct USB - the Icarus driver - so that then all the old drivers are direct USB.

Could anyone with a Lancelot or a Cairnsmore1 post a linux "sudo lsusb -v" of either of them for me please?
Thus when I have the code ready I can simply add the small definition required to detect each of them also.
Would also be good if (in a week or two when it's done) someone with each of the boards would be around to test the modified code.
I may also require a little more help with each if the USB chips are unusual in them or different to the Icarus (to get the correct initialisation commands) since I don't have either of those cards ...
Thanks to any who can help with this.

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You might want to check for the code supporting dynamic clocking for Cairnsmore1 in bfgminer or the Modular-Python-Bitcoin-Miner. Cairnsmore1 with the dynamic clock firmware (maybe the most used out there) defaults at 150MHz although most of them can run between 210 and 220MHz (bfgminer limits it to 210 Sad ). You probably don't want to allow more than 230MHz in the code to protect the hardware and might want to have a lower configurable max with a warning in the FPGA-README.

Cairnsmore1 have USB stability problems (seems really picky about the voltage stability from what I could understand): occasionally they disappear from the USB chain to reappear moments later (I have 2 here one does that less than once per week, the other several times per day).
bfgminer tries repeatedly to reopen the dev file (probably similar/same code that is in cgminer) until it reappears, MPBM regularly polls the USB chain for hotplugging new devices so it doesn't have any specific code to circumvent that.

bfgminer doesn't work correctly on p2pool with Cairnsmore1 (doesn't seem to restart work when asked to) and gets less hashes out of my 4xIcarus (compared to both cgminer and MPBM), so I use ModularPythonBitcoinMiner for all my FPGAs currently.

I'll pledge 1BTC for dynamic clocking support and the ability to reactivate a board that disappear and reappear (I probably won't get much out of my 2x Cairnsmore1, but it would simplify all my scripts if I could only use cgminer for all my rigs).

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May 07, 2013, 03:39:25 PM
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Any possibility of integrating the work of CUDAMiner into cgminer?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.0

He managed to get nVidia cards to an "acceptable" (not as sucking as before) speed on scrypt mining.

It would be nice to have the same benefit in the cgminer architecture (since cgminer has a lot of extra features)
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May 07, 2013, 04:03:32 PM
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Any possibility of integrating the work of CUDAMiner into cgminer?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.0

He managed to get nVidia cards to an "acceptable" (not as sucking as before) speed on scrypt mining.

It would be nice to have the same benefit in the cgminer architecture (since cgminer has a lot of extra features)

I think ckolivas said he would do it for donations.

A donation that starts at 1000 BTC and goes up from there, that is.

Here's the context.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.msg1399226#msg1399226

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May 07, 2013, 06:43:01 PM
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I have MSI 7950 TF3 OC, gpu/memory/fan setting are working, but now GPU voltage, it still stay at default, I am trying to set
"gpu-vddc" : "1.013"

Have to use afterburner to set it right
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