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March 28, 2018, 12:52:45 PM
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I dont see the miner switching back to the primary pool on one of the rigs. How can I see whether it is trying or not? Is it possible to see a message in the log when a job is received and eta to the next primary pool try?
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March 28, 2018, 07:34:40 PM
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@Lolliedieb

I suspect there is a big problem above v0.22, probably v0.31..v0.33

1° I use 0.31 and didn't get any block or reward, the pool didn't get any block for 3 days:
https://mnx.forgetop.com/dashboard


That pool is currently reporting 672.72 k sols.  The network is currently 198594.56 ksols. 

That is 0.3% of the network hash.  On average the pool should find less than two blocks a day, but with numbers that small not getting any for a few days is still within range for normal.  The page itself lists the current luck at 0.661. 

Is it possible that the pool recently lost some mining power to explain why the returns have gone down? 
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March 28, 2018, 08:22:37 PM
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I suspect there is a big problem above v0.22, probably v0.31..v0.33

You miss one point: the nethash displayed by the pools is taken from the deamon connected to the pool (since every pool runs a full minex node so it can add blocks). This deamon calculates the nethash from the average time it took to mine the last blocks and the current network difficulty. So if this calculation says 200Msols it is likely that the true speed is between 180 and 220M.

From the numbers I see in my fee connectors the 0.3x versions together do about 150Msols and all 0.2x versions about 30M... so it is almost impossible that all 0.3x versions only send wrong shares that can not build a block. Especially I have seen blocks build by my fee connectors (approx 3 to 4 a day) so this versions do propper calculations.

Finally when pool sends a message that share is accepted and the pool is displaying sol/s I would expect the pool had checked the share it gets. If you claim this happens on your pool but the pool is not able to build a block from accepted shares something might be horribly wrong with the pool.

Overall I think you just had bad luck (with 0.3x) and good one with 0.22. At those rates the volatility is very high.

@Global diff: the recent down in prize and high diff made the profitability sink below level of other coins so miners left. The numbers I see here fit, so the sol/s arriving fit to nethash calculated from block time and my market share. I think all is ok here.

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March 28, 2018, 08:38:50 PM
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>That pool is currently reporting 672.72 k sols.  The network is currently 198594.56 ksols. 

Sure it's low - it was 2.5 Msols 2 days ago.

>The page itself lists the current luck at 0.661.

Yes - but it's not zero for 3 days.

>Is it possible that the pool recently lost some mining power to explain why the returns have gone down? 

It went from 2.5 M to 0.7 M because nothing is coming in, no block.

But on the other points, like the global difficulty going down?

 Grin Grin Grin

Even so, 120 minutes after we switched versions and voila... block found  Grin Grin Grin

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March 28, 2018, 08:39:41 PM
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And what is more important it was found from version 0.22...

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March 28, 2018, 08:44:33 PM
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Grin Grin Grin

Even so, 120 minutes after we switched versions and voila... block found  Grin Grin Grin
Around the same time diff gone down...
https://minexexplorer.com/
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March 28, 2018, 08:49:10 PM
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Grin Grin Grin

Even so, 120 minutes after we switched versions and voila... block found  Grin Grin Grin
Around the same time diff gone down...
https://minexexplorer.com/
And the hashrate rised a lot:) Ring a bell? Hollow mining...

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March 28, 2018, 09:15:27 PM
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I am not saying anything yet, this could be a coincidence.

Soon will be visible.

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March 28, 2018, 09:29:54 PM
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I am not saying anything yet, this could be a coincidence.

Soon will be visible.

Wait until diff go high as it was 2-3 days ago, and pool hash drop as it was in that period and then you will see if you theory is correct Cheesy
Most probablyhttp:// not, just diff was too high and hash was too small. In last 2 days for one block supr had luck more than 700%, and supr is big pool, when to small pool this bad luck happens...
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March 28, 2018, 09:43:54 PM
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>That pool is currently reporting 672.72 k sols.  The network is currently 198594.56 ksols. 

Sure it's low - it was 2.5 Msols 2 days ago.

>The page itself lists the current luck at 0.661.

Yes - but it's not zero for 3 days.

>Is it possible that the pool recently lost some mining power to explain why the returns have gone down? 

It went from 2.5 M to 0.7 M because nothing is coming in, no block.

But on the other points, like the global difficulty going down?

Sorry if anyone caught my first reply. I misread the block explorer so my numbers were wrong. 

xplorer.com/?r=explorer/address&hash=XRPQoGJqrXwGLuAL8RVuWkX7PHNdUR2bVg]https[Suspicious link removed]xplorer.com/?r=explorer/address&hash=XRPQoGJqrXwGLuAL8RVuWkX7PHNdUR2bVg
It looks like they have found 5 blocks in roughly 5 days.  There was a two and a half day gap, but random chance does that especially with really low chances. 

If the miner wasn't providing correct solutions then the pool should show them as invalid shares or something similar. 
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March 28, 2018, 10:13:09 PM
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Under what license is this miner distributed?

Is the source available? It seems to use GPLed code, so I would expect it to be.

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Can you be more specific which code under GPL you think I am using?  The only external libraries I use and link at the moment are the boost library and the g++/mingw64 runtimes. Well and OpenCL of cause. I hope I am not wrong here, so if you found somethink I use that I am not allowed to I will remove it immidiately.  I wrote most of this from scratch - don't even have the external equihashverify code from node code in here. Beeing a bit more specific could help clarifying this.


Ah okay, so you claim it to be GPL code-free. That's fine. I do not have the code available so I cannot say much about that. But for parts of the opencl kernel it's obvious that you started from GPLed code and modified it from there (probably a lot). Just try this: https://www.google.com/search?q=%22occupy+the+high+32+bits+of+the+second+ulong+word%22

If that's still covered by the GPL or not I don't know.
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March 28, 2018, 10:49:33 PM
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Interesting... you decompiled  or extracted my code I see ... so we get Nvidia update for your miner soon?

To open it up: my OpenCL code uses the Blake2B routine from older ZCash miner zogminer. You can find the code here:
https://github.com/nginnever/zogminer/blob/master/src/libzogminer/kernels/cl_zogminer_kernel.cl

There you also find the comment snipped you cited. This miner is under MIT license, so I think I am fine to use it. But you are right the nheqminer has same comment in, but is CUDA and not OpenCL.

Since you should not be only one to see it, here is the full blake2b code of lolMiner 0.33:
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void round0(ulong8 blake_state, __global uint4 *results, __local uint *counter, uint tid, uint gId) {
if (tid > 26214) return;

        ulong               v[16];
   
// shift "i" to occupy the high 32 bits of the second ulong word in the
// message block. The lower will be used to modify the nounce
ulong word1 = ((ulong)tid << 32) | gId;
// init vector v
v[0] = blake_state.s0;
v[1] = blake_state.s1;
v[2] = blake_state.s2;
v[3] = blake_state.s3;
v[4] = blake_state.s4;
v[5] = blake_state.s5;
v[6] = blake_state.s6;
v[7] = blake_state.s7;
v[8] =  blake_iv[0];
v[9] =  blake_iv[1];
v[10] = blake_iv[2];
v[11] = blake_iv[3];
v[12] = blake_iv[4];
v[13] = blake_iv[5];
v[14] = blake_iv[6];
v[15] = blake_iv[7];
// gFunc in length of data
v[12] ^= 144 /* length of "i" */;
// last block
v[14] ^= (ulong)-1;

// round 1
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 2
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], word1, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 3
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 4
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 5
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 6
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], word1, 0);
// round 7
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], word1, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 8
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 9
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], word1, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 10
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], word1, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 11
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, word1);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9],  v[14], 0, 0);
// round 12
gFunc(v[0], v[4], v[8],  v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[5], v[9],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[6], v[10], v[14], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[7], v[11], v[15], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[0], v[5], v[10], v[15], word1, 0);
gFunc(v[1], v[6], v[11], v[12], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[2], v[7], v[8],  v[13], 0, 0);
gFunc(v[3], v[4], v[9], v[14], 0, 0);

        v[0] = v[0] ^ blake_state.s0 ^ v[8];
        v[1] = v[1] ^ blake_state.s1 ^ v[9];
        v[2] = v[2] ^ blake_state.s2 ^ v[10];
        v[3] = v[3] ^ blake_state.s3 ^ v[11];
        v[4] = v[4] ^ blake_state.s4 ^ v[12];
        v[5] = v[5] ^ blake_state.s5 ^ v[13];
        v[6] = v[6] ^ blake_state.s6 ^ v[14];
v[7] = v[7] ^ blake_state.s7 ^ v[15];

uint4 output;
uint bucket; uint pos;

output.s0 = 5*tid;
output.s1 = (v[0] & 0xFFFFFFFF);
output.s2 = (v[0] >> 32);
output.s3 = (v[1] & 0xFFFFFFFF);


getBucket(bucket, output.s1);
getRem(output.s1, output.s1);
pos = atomic_inc(&counter[bucket]);
if (pos < bSize) results[bucket*bSize + pos] = output;

output.s0 = 5*tid+1;
output.s1 = (v[1] >> 32);
output.s2 = (v[2] & 0xFFFFFFFF); 
output.s3 = (v[2] >> 32);


getBucket(bucket, output.s1);
getRem(output.s1, output.s1);
pos = atomic_inc(&counter[bucket]);
if (pos < bSize) results[bucket*bSize + pos] = output;

output.s0 = 5*tid+2;
output.s1 = (v[3] & 0xFFFFFFFF);
output.s2 = (v[3] >> 32);
output.s3 = (v[4] & 0xFFFFFFFF);

if (output.s0 < 131072) {
getBucket(bucket, output.s1);
getRem(output.s1, output.s1);
pos = atomic_inc(&counter[bucket]);
if (pos < bSize) results[bucket*bSize + pos] = output;
}

output.s0 = 5*tid+3;
output.s1 = (v[4] >> 32);
output.s2 = (v[5] & 0xFFFFFFFF); 
output.s3 = (v[5] >> 32);

if (output.s0 < 131072) {
getBucket(bucket, output.s1);
getRem(output.s1, output.s1);
pos = atomic_inc(&counter[bucket]);
if (pos < bSize) results[bucket*bSize + pos] = output;
}

output.s0 = 5*tid+4;
output.s1 = (v[6] & 0xFFFFFFFF);
output.s2 = (v[6] >> 32);
output.s3 = (v[7] & 0xFFFFFFFF);

if (output.s0 < 131072) {
getBucket(bucket, output.s1);
getRem(output.s1, output.s1);
pos = atomic_inc(&counter[bucket]);
if (pos < bSize) results[bucket*bSize + pos] = output;
}
}

I hope you see that this is taken from Zogminer but modified for Minex. Also nheqminer has a similar phrase in also under MIT. To other sources I did not look.

By the way, how do you like my round code? That one is due to my own and I like its simplicity Cheesy

Question is now what should I do with you. I do not like binary kernels as you use because they make the miners incompatible, i.e. I could not support Vega with binary kernels. But if you found a simple way of extracting my OpenCL text form code I must come up with some more hiding... Was this really nessesary?

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March 29, 2018, 12:32:36 AM
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Ah okay, so you claim it to be GPL code-free. That's fine. I do not have the code available so I cannot say much about that. But for parts of the opencl kernel it's obvious that you started from GPLed code and modified it from there (probably a lot). Just try this: https://www.google.com/search?q=%22occupy+the+high+32+bits+of+the+second+ulong+word%22

Hi-

This isn't constructive.

He proposed you to check the code:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2933939.msg33126032#msg33126032

AFAIK, optiminer is for linux? Did you make a Windows miner? What's the problem?

Nobody here know what you want "optiminer", aren't concerned, and can't do anything about this. We don't understand insinuations.

Please use PM, and better, find a way in between both 2. Why don't you you both make a perfect miner for Windows and Linux?

Optiminer, you seem to be putting a lot of effort into trying to discredit this project (I'm assuming you are feeling the drop in usage on your miner), but as I said before, you have had people asking you to do a Windows version for MONTHS now, why not just spend that effort on making a better miner rather than attacking this one?

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For lolMiner-mnx' sake, here's my two cents:

@Lolliedieb,

1. You do not have to do any thing to prove this is GPL code-free to him (optiminer).
2. Miners over here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2390070.0) have been waiting for months
    for his windows version since 11/02/2017 as he promised from the get going.  He never did!
3. Oh, look! Here comes he! after your windows version and starting to complain about GPL code-free.
    The bottom line, being jealous is his biggest problems.
4. if the question is being asked is: will you or someone out there go after his code to check GPL code-free?
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i have 13 GTX 1060. Why GPU 1 --> 6 ~ 9k Sol/s but  GPU 7 --> 13 ~ 7k Sol/s. Please help me T_T

[Device 0] Average speed (5s): 9382.12 sol/s
[Device 1] Average speed (5s): 9522.9 sol/s
[Device 2] Average speed (5s): 9543.41 sol/s
[Device 3] Average speed (5s): 9518.32 sol/s
[Device 4] Average speed (5s): 9527.48 sol/s
[Device 5] Average speed (5s): 9473.32 sol/s
[Device 6] Average speed (5s): 7309.84 sol/s
[Device 7] Average speed (5s): 7378.34 sol/s
[Device 8] Average speed (5s): 7459.38 sol/s
[Device 9] Average speed (5s): 7189.37 sol/s
[Device 10] Average speed (5s): 7461.77 sol/s
[Device 11] Average speed (5s): 7315.41 sol/s
[Device 12] Average speed (5s): 7324.77 sol/s

Try to set these options in bat file: --set-work-batch 2G --optim STD
If not help try to set 6 cards to run in one cmd miner and 7 in other, so command should be like this: --device 0,1,2,3,4,5 in first bat, and --device 6,7,8,9,10,11,12 (not sure will miner have options to reconize command for --device like is number of card with two decimals..)

I tried all your suggestions. But it does not work T_T

[Device 0] Average speed (5s): 9188.96 sol/s
[Device 1] Average speed (5s): 9918.42 sol/s
[Device 2] Average speed (5s): 10140.2 sol/s
[Device 3] Average speed (5s): 10173.8 sol/s
[Device 4] Average speed (5s): 9941.01 sol/s
[Device 5] Average speed (5s): 10024.8 sol/s
[Device 6] Average speed (5s): 6902.02 sol/s
[Device 7] Average speed (5s): 6636.27 sol/s
[Device 8] Average speed (5s): 6775.64 sol/s
[Device 9] Average speed (5s): 6401.12 sol/s
[Device 10] Average speed (5s): 7138.37 sol/s
[Device 11] Average speed (5s): 6737.25 sol/s
[Device 12] Average speed (5s): 6953.81 sol/s

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March 29, 2018, 01:37:00 AM
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I believe GPL means that any source code that is borrowed from another source under GPL must be made available as well. https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html#WhyUseGPL

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"Does the GPL require that source code of modified versions be posted to the public? (#GPLRequireSourcePostedPublic)
The GPL does not require you to release your modified version, or any part of it. You are free to make modifications and use them privately, without ever releasing them. This applies to organizations (including companies), too; an organization can make a modified version and use it internally without ever releasing it outside the organization.

But if you release the modified version to the public in some way, the GPL requires you to make the modified source code available to the program's users, under the GPL.

Thus, the GPL gives permission to release the modified program in certain ways, and not in other ways; but the decision of whether to release it is up to you."
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Personally, I use both linux and windows miners and have used both lolminer and optiminer. Aside from this post, I'm not getting into this drama and appreciate the work of both miners, however, it does seem those demanding a Windows miner are lazy. Linux distributions are generally free and running a miner on them is not too difficult at all (though more involved), especially with many tutorials available or bitcointalkers willing to assist. Just create a dual boot disk and you're good to go.



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March 29, 2018, 01:38:44 AM
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[Device 0] Average speed (5s): 9188.96 sol/s
[Device 1] Average speed (5s): 9918.42 sol/s
[Device 2] Average speed (5s): 10140.2 sol/s
[Device 3] Average speed (5s): 10173.8 sol/s
[Device 4] Average speed (5s): 9941.01 sol/s
[Device 5] Average speed (5s): 10024.8 sol/s
[Device 6] Average speed (5s): 6902.02 sol/s
[Device 7] Average speed (5s): 6636.27 sol/s
[Device 8] Average speed (5s): 6775.64 sol/s
[Device 9] Average speed (5s): 6401.12 sol/s
[Device 10] Average speed (5s): 7138.37 sol/s
[Device 11] Average speed (5s): 6737.25 sol/s
[Device 12] Average speed (5s): 6953.81 sol/s


@nguyenkhoj93, give it another shot as follows:

Bat1 : --device 0,1,6,7,8
Bat2 : --device 2,3,9,10
Bat3 : --device 4,5,11,12

Good luck!
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[Device 0] Average speed (5s): 9188.96 sol/s
[Device 1] Average speed (5s): 9918.42 sol/s
[Device 2] Average speed (5s): 10140.2 sol/s
[Device 3] Average speed (5s): 10173.8 sol/s
[Device 4] Average speed (5s): 9941.01 sol/s
[Device 5] Average speed (5s): 10024.8 sol/s
[Device 6] Average speed (5s): 6902.02 sol/s
[Device 7] Average speed (5s): 6636.27 sol/s
[Device 8] Average speed (5s): 6775.64 sol/s
[Device 9] Average speed (5s): 6401.12 sol/s
[Device 10] Average speed (5s): 7138.37 sol/s
[Device 11] Average speed (5s): 6737.25 sol/s
[Device 12] Average speed (5s): 6953.81 sol/s


@nguyenkhoj93, give it another shot as follows:

Bat1 : --device 0,1,6,7,8
Bat2 : --device 2,3,9,10
Bat3 : --device 4,5,11,12

Good luck!

I tried config 3 batch file but i can't run it. Because if Bat1 running after that Bat2 running.  Lolminer will be crashed.
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March 29, 2018, 04:18:10 AM
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I believe GPL means that any source code that is borrowed from another source under GPL must be made available as well. https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html#WhyUseGPL

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"Does the GPL require that source code of modified versions be posted to the public? (#GPLRequireSourcePostedPublic)
The GPL does not require you to release your modified version, or any part of it. You are free to make modifications and use them privately, without ever releasing them. This applies to organizations (including companies), too; an organization can make a modified version and use it internally without ever releasing it outside the organization.

But if you release the modified version to the public in some way, the GPL requires you to make the modified source code available to the program's users, under the GPL.

Thus, the GPL gives permission to release the modified program in certain ways, and not in other ways; but the decision of whether to release it is up to you."
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Personally, I use both linux and windows miners and have used both lolminer and optiminer. Aside from this post, I'm not getting into this drama and appreciate the work of both miners, however, it does seem those demanding a Windows miner are lazy. Linux distributions are generally free and running a miner on them is not too difficult at all (though more involved), especially with many tutorials available or bitcointalkers willing to assist. Just create a dual boot disk and you're good to go.




What about fact that optiminer does not support all graphic cards (for example vega cards) and that for some cards it does supports it is not optimized (for example 1080ti gives hashrate which is only about 20% higher than hashrate for 1060 3gb, so 20% more hashrate for card that cost 400% more).
Im talking about optiminer on Linux.
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March 29, 2018, 04:21:49 AM
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I tried config 3 batch file but i can't run it. Because if Bat1 running after that Bat2 running.  Lolminer will be crashed.
How did you managed to run that much gpus on 1 mb? Do you use some 1 to many PCIe adapter or your mb have that number of pcie slots?
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