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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 235734 times)
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May 10, 2018, 09:55:48 AM
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post the 100% correct pools file here
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{"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"},
{"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu2.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"}
}
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May 10, 2018, 10:12:13 AM
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@Doktor83 - does SRB cache the GPU compile data anywhere on the hard drive to speed up the process in future? I've noticed that one GPU (Vega 64) will not perform better on Heavy no matter what I do but when testing Alloy it outperforms the other GPUs (Vega 56). My current suspicions are that there's either a bug in your implementation for Vega 64 or there's some caching happening and I need to delete these files.

Thanks.

in miner dir, delete .srb files

There aren't any .srb files in the miner folder and I've searched the drive for .srb files but nothing was found. I'm using 1.5.1 and running miner from .bat files located in another directory to the miner. Anywhere else the cache files could be?

No, it creates the files in the miner dir, filenames are like:
RadeonRX580Series12256368CNH.srb

Hmm I looked but couldn't find these files. 1.5.2 also doesn't generate them to the miner folder. I have my miner in C:\srbminer and there are no .srb files there. Is it possible that they aren't generated for Vega or are stored somewhere else?

Maybe it doesn't have enough rights to write to the folder, because after every first compiling a cache file is created, so next time it checks for the existence of that file, and if it exists it loads that and does not compile again.


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May 10, 2018, 10:14:15 AM
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it's 99%:
i bolded what is missing ( closing ] at the end)

{
"pools" :
[

   {"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39 uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"},
   {"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu2.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39 uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"}
]
}

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May 10, 2018, 10:14:35 AM
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Doktor, what can you say about the random hash rate?

SRB does get the best hashrate, and I even managed 1000 mh/s for all my cards, in one run, but what happens is this:
e.g. Sometimes, GPU0 gives 920h/s, sometimes the same gpu, just by restarting miner, gives 1000 mh/s, but then some other card, e.g. GPU5 which gave 1000mh/s, may (or may not) do 920-940 mh/s.. The total may vary +/- 800 mh/s, and it doesn't change much during the run (it gets stabilized in a few minutes, stays that way)

Sometimes a gpu gets 0 hashrate, I restart, it fails on compilation phase. I use XMR-Stak to get it working back, switch back to SRB and it begins working (SRB cannot get it unstuck however many restarts!)


this is true only for heavy algo, and i haven't look into it yet. What error do you get when the kernel compile fails? And what do you mean by using xmr stak to get it back working?

For example, I start a run, and 1 or 2 gpu's produce 0 hashes, and this is warned in the console. I quit without waiting.. Start again, the first gpu which produced 0 hashrate cannot get past the compile, it just hangs, no errors. When this happens, the gpu never gets past the compile phase with SRB. I then run XMR-Stak, GPU is working, and I go back to SRB, the GPU passes compile and starts working, sort of like XMR-Stak gets it unstuck, maybe it does something different when initializing GPU's.
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May 10, 2018, 10:17:59 AM
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Doktor, what can you say about the random hash rate?

SRB does get the best hashrate, and I even managed 1000 mh/s for all my cards, in one run, but what happens is this:
e.g. Sometimes, GPU0 gives 920h/s, sometimes the same gpu, just by restarting miner, gives 1000 mh/s, but then some other card, e.g. GPU5 which gave 1000mh/s, may (or may not) do 920-940 mh/s.. The total may vary +/- 800 mh/s, and it doesn't change much during the run (it gets stabilized in a few minutes, stays that way)

Sometimes a gpu gets 0 hashrate, I restart, it fails on compilation phase. I use XMR-Stak to get it working back, switch back to SRB and it begins working (SRB cannot get it unstuck however many restarts!)


this is true only for heavy algo, and i haven't look into it yet. What error do you get when the kernel compile fails? And what do you mean by using xmr stak to get it back working?

For example, I start a run, and 1 or 2 gpu's produce 0 hashes, and this is warned in the console. I quit without waiting.. Start again, the first gpu which produced 0 hashrate cannot get past the compile, it just hangs, no errors. When this happens, the gpu never gets past the compile phase with SRB. I then run XMR-Stak, GPU is working, and I go back to SRB, the GPU passes compile and starts working, sort of like XMR-Stak gets it unstuck, maybe it does something different when initializing GPU's.


try lowering the intensity by 2-3 when it gets stuck, and try running it like that. But the problem is interesting anyways. Can you send me a log containing all of this?

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May 10, 2018, 10:20:08 AM
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it's 99%:
i bolded what is missing ( closing ] at the end)

{
"pools" :
[

   {"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39 uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"},
   {"pool_use_tls" : false, "keepalive" : false, "pool" : "xmr-eu2.nanopool.org:14444", "wallet" : "4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPBcwMP1kDbK3ntBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39 uBiEBwkg4FUv8hdFDxqBKBCMUAT.SBR", "password" : "x"}
]
}
Indeed.Thanks for the notice
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May 10, 2018, 10:27:09 AM
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Auto intensity for the R9FuryX seems a bit high, defaults to 59 for Heavy, 118 for V7, hash rate is significantly better when its set to 50/100

Any higher or lower and hash rates start to drop again.
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May 10, 2018, 10:28:32 AM
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Anybody has radeon 270x? What is best value for intensity?
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May 10, 2018, 11:41:31 AM
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Doktor, what can you say about the random hash rate?

SRB does get the best hashrate, and I even managed 1000 mh/s for all my cards, in one run, but what happens is this:
e.g. Sometimes, GPU0 gives 920h/s, sometimes the same gpu, just by restarting miner, gives 1000 mh/s, but then some other card, e.g. GPU5 which gave 1000mh/s, may (or may not) do 920-940 mh/s.. The total may vary +/- 800 mh/s, and it doesn't change much during the run (it gets stabilized in a few minutes, stays that way)

Sometimes a gpu gets 0 hashrate, I restart, it fails on compilation phase. I use XMR-Stak to get it working back, switch back to SRB and it begins working (SRB cannot get it unstuck however many restarts!)


this is true only for heavy algo, and i haven't look into it yet. What error do you get when the kernel compile fails? And what do you mean by using xmr stak to get it back working?

For example, I start a run, and 1 or 2 gpu's produce 0 hashes, and this is warned in the console. I quit without waiting.. Start again, the first gpu which produced 0 hashrate cannot get past the compile, it just hangs, no errors. When this happens, the gpu never gets past the compile phase with SRB. I then run XMR-Stak, GPU is working, and I go back to SRB, the GPU passes compile and starts working, sort of like XMR-Stak gets it unstuck, maybe it does something different when initializing GPU's.


try lowering the intensity by 2-3 when it gets stuck, and try running it like that. But the problem is interesting anyways. Can you send me a log containing all of this?

Sure:
Log For Doktor

You can search for "hesido" where I added comments. There's not much meat though, it just hangs. Here you won't see retrying and stucking again becasue I either restarted after XMR-Stak or rebooted. You can also see the wildly varying hashrates for the same gpu's.

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May 10, 2018, 11:48:30 AM
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My 390 is getting 650hs with sbrminer. How can I boost the hash rate? Running at 1100 core,  1530 mem
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May 10, 2018, 12:22:41 PM
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when I'm mining in HEAVY mode I have 1100 hash per GPU

But in NORMAL-V7 only 950, is it normal? or do I get the same hash in both algorithms?

double_threads = true (in both)

automatic intensity

Can someone help me?
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May 10, 2018, 12:50:11 PM
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How can i setup API to monitor my rig through url.

Super noob here, please provide step by step guide anyone.

btw great job Dok!, super stable miner.

thanks
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May 10, 2018, 01:02:46 PM
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Anybody has radeon 270x? What is best value for intensity?
I have 270X 4Gb. On SRB old version (1.4.x) I can get max speed. On latest versions speed slower 5-10%.
Best speed I have got on my 270X 4Gb is on Claymore 11.3 fee-free with -h460 and -dmem 1 options. It's gives speed higher than max speed that SRB gives on 5-10 h/s.
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May 10, 2018, 02:26:54 PM
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Just started mining heavy algo for the first time on one of my rigs (RX 570).
Used to have ~950h/s per card on normalv7, now ~725h/s on heavy. Can somebody confirm this is about right? I set intensity to 0 to start with (had it set at 56 on normalv7 but that crashed almost instantly on heavy - what approximate value should I set it at in heavy mode? Half that?).
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May 10, 2018, 02:31:17 PM
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Just started mining heavy algo for the first time on one of my rigs (RX 570).
Used to have ~950h/s per card on normalv7, now ~725h/s on heavy. Can somebody confirm this is about right? I set intensity to 0 to start with (had it set at 56 on normalv7 but that crashed almost instantly on heavy - what approximate value should I set it at in heavy mode? Half that?).

4gb cards?  if so 20-25% reduction in hashrates.  It's 59 for me, single thread.  CN-Heavy doesn't like dual thread for 4gb cards (performance is lower than single thread)
8gb cards actually got a boost in hashrate by 5-10%
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May 10, 2018, 02:34:58 PM
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Anybody has radeon 270x? What is best value for intensity?
I have 270X 4Gb. On SRB old version (1.4.x) I can get max speed. On latest versions speed slower 5-10%.
Best speed I have got on my 270X 4Gb is on Claymore 11.3 fee-free with -h460 and -dmem 1 options. It's gives speed higher than max speed that SRB gives on 5-10 h/s.
What's your hashrate in srb?
Mine is 370, and 355 on claymore 11.3.
But on old cryptonight protocol i had about 437 h/s without any overclocking.
P.S. 2GB version
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May 10, 2018, 02:43:24 PM
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Just started mining heavy algo for the first time on one of my rigs (RX 570).
Used to have ~950h/s per card on normalv7, now ~725h/s on heavy. Can somebody confirm this is about right? I set intensity to 0 to start with (had it set at 56 on normalv7 but that crashed almost instantly on heavy - what approximate value should I set it at in heavy mode? Half that?).
Heavy doubles the thread size, so you can:
- halve the intensity and keep 2 threads
or
- Keep intensity (or increase a little) and disable 2 threads

Here the best results are at 60 intensity and just one thread. At 1230/2020 I can reach 775~785H/s in my RX570 4GB 4GB Elpida.
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May 10, 2018, 02:45:21 PM
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Just started mining heavy algo for the first time on one of my rigs (RX 570).
Used to have ~950h/s per card on normalv7, now ~725h/s on heavy. Can somebody confirm this is about right? I set intensity to 0 to start with (had it set at 56 on normalv7 but that crashed almost instantly on heavy - what approximate value should I set it at in heavy mode? Half that?).

4gb cards?  if so 20-25% reduction in hashrates.  It's 59 for me, single thread.  CN-Heavy doesn't like dual thread for 4gb cards (performance is lower than single thread)
8gb cards actually got a boost in hashrate by 5-10%
Aha - so I am using double threads. I'll try single threads and revert to previous intensity, see what happens (4GB cards indeed). Thanks.

Would I keep double threads and half intensity for Vega64 cards?
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May 10, 2018, 02:45:43 PM
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Is it possible to use SSL with this miner?
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May 10, 2018, 02:47:07 PM
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Anybody has radeon 270x? What is best value for intensity?

HD7850 2GB (analog 265) cc1010MHz, mc1245MHZ - SRB 476H/s intensity 26 Cryptonight: normalv7
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