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Author Topic: [ANN] lolMiner-mnx, Mining MinexCoin(MNX) New version: v0.4 (July 22)  (Read 30561 times)
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April 16, 2018, 11:15:15 AM
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How to run Watchdog?

Just double click on the run_miner.cmd file ... beforehand replace the example config file name in line 6 of the watchdog file by your filename. If you like to run it with OC also comment out line 257 of the watchdog.
Thats it Smiley




what am I doing wrong?
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Is there any way to show rejected shares or perhaps someone can enlighten me if I'm looking at this wrong? I'm running hiveos and its running stable forever now on this miner. However, I just checked the hashrate and coins mined and they don't match. For example, I'm hashing at a steady 84.5kH/s. My rewards are about .33 coins a day the last 2 days, which equates to about 75kH/s. That's a pretty big difference. Anyone know if there is a legitimate reason for this?

Rejected shares are displayedby the miner, i.e. suprnova sends "low difficulty share of ... (some number)" when a send share was rejected. When pool sends an error message its just displayed as it is and if itsresponding with share accepted false it should print "share rejected". As far as I know hive stores the log so you can look it up.

Well your income depends also on pool luck, so at what pool you have been? For example suprnova had 114% luck last 7 days, so one got 14% less income then expected for the week. Last day was better, single days last week were much worse, so the volatility is rather high regarding this aspect.

Thanks for the quick response. I am using suprnova and the luck does explain the numbers. I think I looked everywhere on suprnova, but I couldn't find the pool luck number. How did you or anyone else find it?
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April 17, 2018, 04:19:48 AM
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Is there a way to close the value windows to automatically close after the miner is launched. Or do I have to keep manually closing it.

Use the /B:

start /B /wait /high lolMiner-mnx.exe !PARAMS!

First I want to thank you for this answer. it did the trick perfectly. also I wanted to share my hashrate on my 4 GTX 1070.
They average a hashrate between 17.5k-18k each with a +175core and +1300mem OC with a pwr target of 145w using the v0.33

this hashrate as been 100% stable for the past 7 days outside of a few hours of downtime due to power loss (stupid freezing rain)
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April 17, 2018, 10:50:59 AM
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Hey Lolliedieb,

Link is broken please fix.

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lolMiner-mnx

-- Announcement Thread --


Hi folks,
this is the thread for announcing lolMiner-mnx for mining MinexCoin (MNX) based on the Equihash 96/5 algorithm (please do not confuse this with Zcash / BitcoinGolds Equihash 200/9).

The current version of the miner is 0.34 beta (April 11, 2018)

Download Links:
[Lin 64] Click me (0.34, Linux) MD5 of package: 4b6a86481177fe4d09e4dcc71fe20828
[Win 64] Click me (0.34, Windows) MD5 of package: 27075cf216144bc4f47fc139b1fdb7e7

What is new (0.34)?

Windows only: A new watchdog.
This version of lolMiner comes with a watchdog script written in power shell. Basically it detects when the miner is stuck / has 0 sol/s and so on and can restart it if required. You can start it by clicking run_miner.cmd while the old run script is also on board.

To configure the new watchdog you have to edit the watchdog-lolminer-v0.34.ps1 file. Especially you should give the name of your config file in the beginning.

The watchdog is able to reboot the rig after a certain number of miner restarts. To enable this feature you have to set $global:allowReboot=$true in the header of the watchdog on line 18. For the reboot feature to be effective you should place the watchdog in your auto-start.

Also you can allow it do do a screen shot on every crash by setting  $global:allowScreenshot=$true on line 19. The parameter in line 18 controls the number of restarts before the watchdog closes itself or reboots the rig.

In order to handle 0 sol/s cases the watchdog will require admin rights on your computer when it starts. This allows the watchdog to reset your GPU drivers before a new restart attempt. Because of this we made the watchdog open source so you can verify it does no harm to your system.

Fixed a bug in stratum code:
Before the miner got stuck when the first pool in list was not avaiable. This is fixed now. Also the miner no longer closes when the first pool reports an authorization of miner problem, but it now tests all failover pools in a row before exiting due to missing authorization

Changed behavior of –exit-on-zero
Well … did not find a better headline for this. The parameter –exit-on-zero does not exist any more / has no effect. Instead when the miner detects that a GPU did not come back from a mining task properly it will print an error message and close. The same is true when a device does not finish a task for more then 30 seconds.

New internal stratum behavior
The stratum code now monitors for shares not tested (if they are below target) or not submitted. When there was no single share tested for a minute or no share submitted for 10 minutes, the miner will stop working and close itself, so the restart scripts or the Windows watchdog can restart it.

New parameter: --continue-on-error
This is the counterpart to the above two described changes. If this parameter is set the miner will continue working even when an error occurred.
New parameter: --stats-digits <number>
This will set the number of digits printed in statistics messages. E.g. if you set it to 0 the decimal delimiter and everything behind will be cut of. The default is 1.

Slight changes in work management
The change is something I wanted to test for 0.4. Basically it now tries to do the transfer from and to the cards asynchronously. Especially on AMD cards this helps reducing the difference in speed between –work-batch HIGH and AUTO and lower values. Higher is still mining faster but the difference to lower values is now smaller

New parameter: --disable-double-buffer
This is the counterpart to the work management change. For some drivers (the open source Clover OpenCL drivers on Linux) this is required because not all drivers support the change.  

New parameter: --disable-suprnova-for-fee
This parameter is meant to remove the suprnova pool from the list of fall-backs for the miners dev fee. Reason is that this pool is blocked in some countries and that the miner may get stuck on an ISP block of this pool.

lolMiner-mnx now got a license.txt file
Well that was required xD

lolMiner-mnx now displays proper AMD device names
Well its not yet perfect, but I think “Radeon RX 470/480; RX 570/580” is better then “Ellesmere” - but I may be wrong ^^

FAQ:
What coins can I mine with the miner?
lolMiner-mnx is a software for stratum pool mining with the Equihash 96/5 algorithm (MARS).  At the moment the only coin featuring this algorithm is MinexCoin (Symbol: MNX).

How to use the miner and what parameters it features?
The miner comes with a detailed description of all parameters in PDF form "lolMiner_readme.pdf".  Since it is 4 pages long (0.32) I won't cite it all here.

Is this miner for CPU / GPU, and for which vendors?
It can be run on any device that can execute OpenCL 1.1 code. So CPU (Intel / AMD) as well as GPU (Intel / Nvidia / AMD). We have to admit that our testing systems are mainly Intel CPU with Nvidia graphics machines, so this is the best tested situation.

Is there any fee on the miner?
Yes, on version 0.3 the dev fee of the miner was lowered to 1.5% that its mining in background. The hash-rate displayed by the miner is netto hash, so you see what you get. The promise is to lower the fee once MNX increases much in price. Also if in any future time the support and development of the miner stops I promise to do a fee-free build and maybe also release the sources.

What are the system requirements for lolMiner-mnx?
You will need an 64 bit system running any Linux distribution or Windows 7 / 8 / 10.
Moreover the miner requires that an OpenCL driver for the devices you want to mine one is installed on your system.
Note that lolMiner utilizes the hardware very well and stresses it a lot.

What hash-rate can I expect from device x?
This massively depends on OS, driver, the hardware itself. Here are some numbers from our testing systems that we collected when testing the miner. If you run it successfully please report in this thread so we can extend the list.

NVidia Pascal Series (0.32)
Card       PerformanceComment
GTX 1050
5.5k sol/s
--optim OFF
GTX 1050 TI
6.5k sol/s
--optim OFF
GTX 1060
10.5k sol/s
--optim OFF
GTX 1060
11k sol/s
--optim STD, but card runs much hotter
GTX 1070
15.5k sol/s
GTX 1070 TI
17.5k sol/s
GTX 1080
19k sol/s
GTX 1080 TI
23k sol/s
GTX 1080 TI
30k sol/s
Massive OC & Water Cooled,
Maximum reported until today

AMD Polaris & VEGA Series(0.34)
Card            PerformanceComment
RX 570
9k sol/s
8 GB, --set-work-batch HIGH
RX 580
9.2k sol/s
4 GB, --set-work-batch HIGH
RX 580
10k sol/s
8 GB, --set-work-batch HIGH
R9 Nano
11.5k sol/s
--set-work-batch 2G
R9 Fury X
12.3k sol/s
Vega 56
16.5k sol/s
--set-work-batch HIGH
Vega 64
18.5k sol/s
--set-work-batch HIGH
Radeon Pro Duo
23.8k sol/s

How to monitor fan setting and GPU temperatures in lolMiner-mnx?
Unfortunately that is not yet possible. We are searching for a way doing this vendor and OS independent. Hints how to do this are welcome!

Is there an API?
Not yet, but it is in development. (Hopefully in 0.4)

Are there known problems?
A known problem is that cards that are stressed too much will show 0 sol/s after some time, because they do not complete their OpenCL task and do not give back the handle to the mining software. Lower your OC or try to run the cards cooler when you experience this problems more often.

A second known problem is that the Linux version is much more stable then the Windows one although both versions share the same code. This is due to runtime problems that we still try to fix. If you have massive problems in Windows with the miner give the Linux version a try. A simple and easy to use alternative is HIVE OS, that ships with lolMiner from its 0.31 version. The OS is an easy to use OS for mining rigs on Linux base and offers you right now monitoring and automatic restart capabilities much beyond what most watchdogs can do. And it is also easy to configure and comes with recent graphic drivers. Give it a try.
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April 17, 2018, 10:53:09 AM
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what am I doing wrong?

Ah, I read again the stuff on the screenshot carefully.
It seems that the watchdog has a problem deactivating the GPU and reactivating it. So removing line 257 ( "resetGpus" ) from the watchdog may help Smiley


Hey Lolliedieb,

Link is broken please fix.

Thanks

First: is it really required to quote the full post here?
Second: what link is broken? I just hit both links (Linux / Windows) and were able to load both files ... so what are you referring to?

Check out lolMiner 1.17, an efficient miner for Ethash, Beam and many Cuckoo-Cycle and Equihash variants for AMD cards at low fees.
Also inventor of Zombie Mode for Ethash, which allows you to mine on Eth with your 4G AMD GPUs above epoch 382.
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April 17, 2018, 12:17:14 PM
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My apologies,

The link for windows brings up the google drive file however upon requesting to download i get "Google Drive - Infected file" Sorry, this file is infected with a virus

Only the owner is allowed to download infected files. Tried to access files on multiple PC's



Hey Lolliedieb,

Link is broken please fix.

Thanks

First: is it really required to quote the full post here?
Second: what link is broken? I just hit both links (Linux / Windows) and were able to load both files ... so what are you referring to?
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April 17, 2018, 12:23:06 PM
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the link on first page google drive wont let me download it saying because it has virus i disabled my av still same result, im tryng to download the windows version
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April 17, 2018, 04:46:36 PM
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https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1uyXcVpA6YGU69-rB9vJLBnbZCS_Ea60M&export=download

Sorry, this file is infected with a virus

Only the owner is allowed to download infected files.
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Last edit: April 17, 2018, 07:27:20 PM by Lolliedieb
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Hmm

It may be that this is due to the watchdog that promts a request for admin rights...
Wait a few minutes, I will upload a package without the watchdog and release the watchdog sources here  - hope that solves the problem Smiley


Edit:
Here it is: lolMiner-mnx for Windows 64 without watchdog
MD5 Checksum of this file: 4381c6502dfbd6d0143faf56aad5abf4

I just checked it and this one is not detected virus by google drive.
The only thing missing here are two files that are open source anyway, so here is the source for those who want to have a look and want to put them to their system, too:

run_miner.cmd
Code:
timeout /t 1
@echo off

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 1
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
PowerShell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command "& {Start-Process PowerShell -ArgumentList '-NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File ""%~DP0watchdog-lolminer-v0.34.ps1""' -Verb runAs}"

watchdog-lolminer-v0.34.ps1
Code:
# watchdog for lolMiner-mnx
# version: 0.34
# Based on work of ninjam

############################## Modify the following line to set your config file name ########################################
$global:paramsList = @('--use-config','example_config.cfg')
#@('--use-config','example_config.cfg')
##############################################################################################################################

$logfilename = "miner.log"
#$fullpath = "$PSScriptRoot\$filename"
$logpath = "$PSScriptRoot\$logfilename"
$oldLogsFolderPath = Join-Path -path $PSScriptRoot -ChildPath oldlogs
$global:minername = "lolMiner-mnx.exe"
$global:minerPath = Join-Path -path $PSScriptRoot -ChildPath $minername

$global:maxRestarts=10
$global:allowReboot=$false
$global:allowReset=$false
$global:allowScreenshot=$false

function screenshot {
    if ($allowScreenshot)
    {
    Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms;
    Add-type -AssemblyName System.Drawing;

    $d = Get-Date
    [string]$timestamp=$d.Month.tostring() + "." + $d.Day.ToString() + "." + $d.hour +"." +$d.Minute
   
    $scrDir = Join-Path $PSScriptRoot -ChildPath "scrns"
   

    [string]$FileNamePattern = 'screenshot_{0}.png'
    $fileName = $FileNamePattern -f (Get-Date).ToString('MM.dd.HH.mm')
    $path = Join-Path $scrDir -ChildPath $fileName
 
    $b = New-Object System.Drawing.Bitmap([System.Windows.Forms.Screen]::PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Width, [System.Windows.Forms.Screen]::PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Height)
    $g = [System.Drawing.Graphics]::FromImage($b)
    $g.CopyFromScreen((New-Object System.Drawing.Point(0,0)), (New-Object System.Drawing.Point(0,0)), $b.Size)
    $g.Dispose()

    try {
        $b.Save($path)
    } catch {
        New-Item -Path $scrDir -ItemType Directory
        $b.Save($path)
    }
    write-host -ForegroundColor Green "$fileName saved"
    }
}

function clearJobs {
    Get-Job | Stop-Job
    Get-Job | Remove-Job
}

function RebootRig {
    Get-Process *miner* | Stop-Process
    clearJobs
    Restart-Computer -Force
}

function pause ($message)
{
    # Check if running Powershell ISE
    if ($psISE)
    {
        Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms
        [System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox]::Show("$message")
    }
    else
    {
        Write-Host "$message" -ForegroundColor Yellow
        $x = $host.ui.RawUI.ReadKey("NoEcho,IncludeKeyDown")
    }
}


function resetGpus {
    $gpus = Get-PnpDevice -Class Display
    foreach($g in $gpus) {
        $gname=$g.FriendlyName
        if ($gname -notmatch "Intel") {
            $g | Disable-PnpDevice -Confirm:$false
            write-host -ForegroundColor Red "$gname Disabled"
            sleep -Milliseconds 200
            $g | Enable-PnpDevice -Confirm:$false
            write-host -ForegroundColor Green "$gname Enabled"
            sleep -Milliseconds 200
        } else {
            Write-host -ForegroundColor Yellow "skipping $gname"
            sleep -Milliseconds 200
        }
    }
}

function SaveOldLog {
    Write-host "Saving old log..."
    $d = Get-Date
        [string]$timestamp=$d.Month.tostring() + "." + $d.Day.ToString() + "." + $d.hour +"." +$d.Minute
    try {
        Copy-Item -Path $logpath -Destination (Join-Path -Path $oldLogsFolderPath -ChildPath "$timestamp.log") -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    } catch {
        New-Item -Path $oldLogsFolderPath -ItemType Directory
        Copy-Item -Path $logpath -Destination (Join-Path -Path $oldLogsFolderPath -ChildPath "$timestamp.log")
    }
}

function killMiner {
    try {
        Get-Process *miner* -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Stop-Process -Force -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "miner not running"
    } catch {
        write-host -ForegroundColor Red "Error Cannot kill the miner process"
    }
}

function startMiner
{
    Write-host -ForegroundColor Yellow -BackgroundColor Black "Starting miner..."
     try {
        Test-Path $minerPath
        Start-Process -FilePath $minerPath -RedirectStandardOutput $logpath -WindowStyle Minimized -ArgumentList $paramsList -WorkingDirectory $PSScriptRoot
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "miner started..."
    } catch {
        write-host -ForegroundColor Red "Error, minner not found, check your config!"
        Pause "Press any key to exit script"
        Exit
    }
}

function noDeviceError {
    "$time $line Critical error, GPU missing, check your PCIe extenders and cables. Rebooting rig in 10 second" |
        Out-File -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append |
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red     
    screenshot
    sleep 10
if ($allowReboot)
    {
        RebootRig
} else {
Write-Host -fore Red "Reboot disabled in watchdog, exiting watchdog."
killMiner
        clearJobs
        Pause "Press any key to exit watchdog"
Exit
}
}

function noAuthorizedError ($line) {
                $t = Get-Date
                "$t $line Error: Worker address not correct or pool offline. Closing Watchdog." |
                    Tee-Object -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append |
                    Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red
                screenshot
        killMiner
                clearJobs
                Pause "Press any key to exit script"
                Exit
}

function watchdog
{
    $latest = start-job -ArgumentList $logpath -ScriptBlock {
            param($file)
            Get-Content $file -Wait -tail 1
    }

    $zeroSol = " 0 sol"
    $zeroSol2 = " 0.0 sol"
    $zeroSol3 = " 0.00 sol"
    $noDevice = "Error: There is no device"
    $noAuthorize = "Authorization problem on all configured pools"
    $maxEmptyLines=2400; #  120 sec
    $waitForJob = 50 # ms
    $emptyLines=0;
    $firstTime = $true;
    $lineNumber = 0;
    while ($true)
    {
        if($firstTime) {
            Start-Sleep 2
            $line = Get-Content -Path $logpath;
            $firstTime = $false;
            $line
            if($line -match $noDevice) { noDeviceError }
            if($line -match $noAuthorize) { noAuthorizedError $line }     
        }
         
        $line = Receive-Job -Job $latest
        Start-Sleep -Milliseconds $waitForJob

        if($line.Length -gt 0)
        {
            $emptyLines = 0; # reset counter, miner not stuck
            $lineNumber++;
            $time = get-date;

        if($line -match $noDevice){ noDeviceError }
        if($line -match $noAuthorize) { noAuthorizedError }             

        if($line -match $zeroSol) # zero sol detected
        {
            Write-host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor White $line
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor black "ERROR 0 HASH! at line $lineNumber `nRestarting miner in 10 seconds!";
               
            "$time 0 sol/s detected, restarting miner..." | Out-File -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append
            screenshot
            Start-Sleep 10
            return;
        }

if($line -match $zeroSol2) # zero sol detected
        {
            Write-host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor White $line
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor black "ERROR 0 HASH! at line $lineNumber `nRestarting miner in 10 seconds!";
               
            "$time 0 sol/s detected, restarting miner..." | Out-File -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append
            screenshot
            Start-Sleep 10
            return;
        }

if($line -match $zeroSol3) # zero sol detected
        {
            Write-host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor White $line
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red -BackgroundColor black "ERROR 0 HASH! at line $lineNumber `nRestarting miner in 10 seconds!";
               
            "$time 0 sol/s detected, restarting miner..." | Out-File -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append
            screenshot
            Start-Sleep 10
            return;
        }

         
        $line # no error detected, display line
           
        } else { # line is empty
            $emptyLines++;
            if ($emptyLines -gt $maxEmptyLines) { # miner stuck
                $time = get-date;
                "$time Miner stuck, restarting miner..." | Tee-Object -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append | write-host -ForegroundColor Red
                screenshot
                Start-Sleep 5
                return;
            }
        } # else

    } # while

}
###### MAIN #######

while($restatedTimes -lt $maxRestarts) {
    killMiner
    SaveOldLog
    if ($allowReset) {
        resetGpus
    }
    startMiner
    clearJobs
    watchdog
}

if ($allowReboot) {
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red "miner restarted $maxRestarts times, Restarting rig in 10 second"
"miner restarted $maxRestarts times, Restarting rig..." | Out-File -FilePath "$PSScriptRoot\watchdog.log" -Append
screenshot
sleep 10
RebootRig
} else {
    Write-host -ForegroundColor Red "miner restarted $maxRestarts times. Miner is not running!"
    Pause "Press any key to close watchdog"
}

######## END #####

The watchdog is the same as of 0.34, but with the GPU reset routine that caused trouble with OC cards deactivated by default. If you have many problems with GPUs not recovering from 0 sol/s then modify line 19 to $global:allowReset=$true.

I hope this fixes the problem.
Sorry for having so, but on the other hand I am glad that the files on google docs are tested. Well this is a false positive but I can understand why and being careful is better then catching a virus Smiley

Check out lolMiner 1.17, an efficient miner for Ethash, Beam and many Cuckoo-Cycle and Equihash variants for AMD cards at low fees.
Also inventor of Zombie Mode for Ethash, which allows you to mine on Eth with your 4G AMD GPUs above epoch 382.
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April 17, 2018, 07:57:57 PM
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https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1uyXcVpA6YGU69-rB9vJLBnbZCS_Ea60M&export=download

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Not just me then haha Smiley
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April 17, 2018, 09:08:40 PM
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It looks like you are using older version of the Windows and consequently older version of Power Shell. Watchdog uses some functionality not supported on older versions of PowerShell. Check this link about how to upgrade your version of PowerShell, choose 5.1 version:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/setup/installing-windows-powershell?view=powershell-6
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April 18, 2018, 10:01:40 AM
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Where can I download lolminer-mnx v 0.1 or 0.11 ?
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Last edit: April 18, 2018, 02:08:15 PM by koinos
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https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1uyXcVpA6YGU69-rB9vJLBnbZCS_Ea60M&export=download

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Not just me then haha Smiley

You can upload lolMiner-mnx 0.34 beta on MEGA.NZ to solve the problem for many downloaders. Why only google drive is option for download ?
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April 19, 2018, 12:11:52 PM
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To lolMiner-mnx dev,

Mining with only one GPU, unchanged nvidia 1060 6GB GPU setting, running on windows 7 x64 :

and with almost no changed lolMiner-mnx miner setting on same pool,
(on v0.34 I just execute "run_miner_classic.bat"),

why hash rate different so much between v0.31 and v0.34?

https://imgur.com/a/bFudiC3

the setting :

https://imgur.com/a/RKD3pAL


Can you make hash performance back again like v0.31 or maybe better on next version?

Thank you
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April 19, 2018, 02:14:42 PM
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That is a good question - I do not know, but lets try out switching off what has changed Wink . It could be that the card has trouble with the double buffering. Try what happens when you switch that off. Also would like to know what happens with --optim STD its then still slower.

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April 19, 2018, 04:21:12 PM
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That is a good question - I do not know, but lets try out switching off what has changed Wink . It could be that the card has trouble with the double buffering. Try what happens when you switch that off. Also would like to know what happens with --optim STD its then still slower.

Hi Lolliedieb, thanks for reply

Here they are :

-disable double buffer and optim OFF
https://imgur.com/a/Sx3gLFL


-disable double buffer and optim STD
https://imgur.com/a/xGwMbbL


-default v0.34 setting
https://imgur.com/a/rOT7z


Look like v0.31 still better hash rate to me, but I am concern about bugs fix or new feature like "New internal stratum behavior" which applied to newer version.


*btw, sorry to ask this noobs thing :
how to show images directly to this post?


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April 22, 2018, 04:20:26 AM
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Is there a way to mine at a fixed difficulty on the Forgetop pool? I have tried "WALLET_ADDRESS.1000" and "-pass d=1000" without success. My rigs (v0.31) are unstable without fixed difficulty, instances crash randomly. Fixed difficulty setting on the other hand virtually never crashes any instance.
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April 22, 2018, 05:34:00 AM
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I must be doing something wrong with the GTX 1080 because I'm only putting out 16.5ksols not 19k as stated here. (V.34)
Work batch is set on HIGH and i've tried optimization on STD and OFF, both have returned same hashrates.
Any GTX 1080 miners willing to share their config if you're getting much more than 16.5ksols?
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April 22, 2018, 08:28:46 AM
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Hey guys, i have a strange problem, i have in my rig Ryzen 1800x, RAdeon r9 280 and GTX 1080TI
The miner shows strange activity, it disables r9 280, and gives some pnp errors and then trying to disable some HD 3400 and in the end it just starts GTX 1080ti, no matter what i do, i cant start mining on R9 and ryzen....
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