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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 232553 times)
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June 15, 2018, 07:47:56 PM
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I have problem mining electronium..    
Occasionaly miner stops found shares. Pool send jobs, hashrate as usual but nothing found for about hour or more despite very low difficulty 10000.

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[2018-06-15 15:46:44] Connected to pool.electroneum.hashvault.pro:80
[2018-06-15 15:46:44] sock_ready: User logged in
[2018-06-15 15:46:44] pool_have_job: Pool difficulty: 10000
[2018-06-15 15:46:44] pool_have_job: Pool sent a new job (ID: lA2dehGc5W36+08K41Ttq1igqe3g)
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: GPU0: 498 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: GPU1: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: GPU2: 509 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: GPU3: 474 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: GPU4: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:48:44] hashrate: Total: 2494 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: GPU0: 497 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: GPU1: 508 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: GPU2: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: GPU3: 490 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: GPU4: 510 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:50:44] hashrate: Total: 2512 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: GPU0: 496 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: GPU1: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: GPU2: 505 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: GPU3: 486 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: GPU4: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:52:45] hashrate: Total: 2500 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:44] json_receive: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"060682d28ed9054cce8ec7ba185988781742440c06934ec9170464954c1b66c7a142b11421fbc10 000000030a1ce1f4cce6a6c937a46f62e43af1de1e4e53bb60060bf31dc41695592c9aedf01","job_id":"cKionyNMI3gasrSpkImmj8P1ndgG","target":"b88d0600","id":"0b6dde6d-1dc0-41f0-8d4c-baaba0e34ee3","algo":"cn","variant":1}}
[2018-06-15 15:54:44] pool_have_job: Pool sent a new job (ID: cKionyNMI3gasrSpkImmj8P1ndgG)
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: GPU0: 499 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: GPU1: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: GPU2: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: GPU3: 487 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: GPU4: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:54:45] hashrate: Total: 2504 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: GPU0: 496 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: GPU1: 508 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: GPU2: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: GPU3: 494 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: GPU4: 509 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:56:45] hashrate: Total: 2514 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: GPU0: 500 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: GPU1: 510 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: GPU2: 508 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: GPU3: 489 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: GPU4: 505 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:45] hashrate: Total: 2512 H/s
[2018-06-15 15:58:58] json_receive: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"060680d48ed90569e5427b2d11e2067022f0054100ed1659a92fa1c1b6d6c329badbf2a83f6f7d0 0000000b99a5ea0cd818071dc5ca7accc7edabfebc74e543591d291f0989615c96ee213de01","job_id":"vLGl5Gc6GHOKgVmkBqUFI7q/jBdz","target":"b88d0600","id":"0b6dde6d-1dc0-41f0-8d4c-baaba0e34ee3","algo":"cn","variant":1}}
[2018-06-15 15:58:58] pool_have_job: Pool sent a new job (ID: vLGl5Gc6GHOKgVmkBqUFI7q/jBdz)
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: GPU0: 498 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: GPU1: 508 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: GPU2: 506 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: GPU3: 490 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: GPU4: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:00:45] hashrate: Total: 2509 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: GPU0: 496 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: GPU1: 507 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: GPU2: 505 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: GPU3: 480 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: GPU4: 504 H/s
[2018-06-15 16:02:45] hashrate: Total: 2492 H/s
...
and so on...

Miner gone offline on pool side. I have seen this on hashvault and miningpoolhub strictly at the same time. As I see on pools hashrate problem is not only mine - about 10% miners gon offline on hashvault.

https://preview.ibb.co/h8j6LJ/srb.gif

At the same time xmr-stak or xmrig works fine.

The same happened to me too, and it was not just us, the whole electroneum hashrate went down quite a bit.

And after seen all this you still think it's miner related ? Smiley
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June 15, 2018, 08:03:23 PM
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Hi how to add please reboot bat to the start.bat file ? or is it auto?

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Actually ignore what I wrote, it's relating to older versions of the miner.
Just read the readme file, it tells you what you need to add to your command line.
Then just create a reboot.bat file that has the reboot command in it.


Sorry but if i really knew how to do why i whould asked about it here ?

im still need help how to put the reboot comand there ?thanks

is like this what have i to do please? 


setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 1
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
@echo off
cd %~dp0

cls
set EXE=SRBMiner-CN.exe
%EXE% --config config.txt --pools pools.txt --reboot_script reboot-windows.bat

It is clearly stated in the readme file, reboot is an optional parameter in the config file. Please try first before reposting.
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June 15, 2018, 10:51:37 PM
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Ha anyone else had problems with Hynix memory GPUs with this miner? We have some Samsung and Micron Rx 580 8GB GPUs that have both responded quite well to tweaking. However, the lone Hynix model that we have does not respond to any overclocking/underclocking, or it responds negatively. Thankfully it does undervolt well in order to reduce power, but I'd like to get that extra ~200+ hashrate out of it to match the other GPUs.  If anyone has succeeded in tweaking a Hynix model with this miner I'd love to see what your settings are. Smiley

*All of the above GPUs are on stock bios.
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June 16, 2018, 02:04:20 AM
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Ha anyone else had problems with Hynix memory GPUs with this miner? We have some Samsung and Micron Rx 580 8GB GPUs that have both responded quite well to tweaking. However, the lone Hynix model that we have does not respond to any overclocking/underclocking, or it responds negatively. Thankfully it does undervolt well in order to reduce power, but I'd like to get that extra ~200+ hashrate out of it to match the other GPUs.  If anyone has succeeded in tweaking a Hynix model with this miner I'd love to see what your settings are. Smiley

*All of the above GPUs are on stock bios.
Hynix MJR 8Gb memory needs other memory straps that in stock. With stock bios you can't do nothing.
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June 16, 2018, 03:08:35 AM
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I can't see my GPUs separatly since v1.5.9 and all data like clock, fan, tempeture, etc is all ''0''.
I only see GPU0 with total hash of all my video cards and i don't know what is wrong.

But looks like i'm mining with no problem, only these visual issues:


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June 16, 2018, 03:54:52 AM
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And after seen all this you still think it's miner related ? Smiley

Absolutely... you've missed this:

At the same time xmr-stak or xmrig works fine

Something strange exactly in bunch srbminer with electroneum.hashvault or electroneum.miningpoolhub. With etn.nanopool works fine.
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June 16, 2018, 05:10:06 AM
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bit.tube will change pow algo...please update miner Grin

https://medium.com/@Bit.Tube/the-weekly-update-on-bittube-15th-of-june-cf588ba27ceb

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June 16, 2018, 06:17:19 AM
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my old card r9 370 mining with sbrminer is slow and usually restart, can anybody please help me?


What is your hashrate?

my 370 mining heavy = 290~320/card, cn v7 = 490~510/card, lite v7 = 900~1100/card
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June 16, 2018, 06:22:28 AM
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my old card r9 370 mining with sbrminer is slow and usually restart, can anybody please help me?


What is your hashrate?

my 370 mining heavy = 290~320/card, cn v7 = 490~510/card, lite v7 = 900~1100/card

my 370 on heavy only 210 with 14\8\2
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June 16, 2018, 06:25:23 AM
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i setup: intensity" : 48, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 1
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June 16, 2018, 06:56:06 AM
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@doktor83

bit.tube will change pow algo...please update miner Grin

https://medium.com/@Bit.Tube/the-weekly-update-on-bittube-15th-of-june-cf588ba27ceb

Next update:

Like XMR STAK..
Add support for CryptoNight Haven
Add Cryptonight-fast - Masari PoW variant
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June 16, 2018, 07:27:31 AM
Last edit: June 16, 2018, 07:47:32 AM by Art Gar
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Hi, @doktor83

Some test reporting here:
Algo: normalV7.
If watchdog gpu hashing speed 0 and hash_monitor restarts the miner process, then miner is hang.


{"blob":"0909c8e691d9054187d2b3381a410b39bb636b035107ccf2290ca5ebfaa9b4ed8e10e1e4b757c50 00000008555f6529c4663d2c893d84426cb67212314d941fe54da
[2018-06-16 08:16:08] watchdog: GPU0 [BUS: 1] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:16:45] json_receive: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0909f2e691d9052fb3d13d61de1297a42c0a24f32c6a68d26964f71935dcc9953d0865d73d3dd90 000000033cdb89f8b6a422e42480e4b2eabd6060b8e0833e551c5
[2018-06-16 08:16:54] watchdog: GPU0 [BUS: 1] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:16:54] watchdog: GPU1 [BUS: 2] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:16:54] watchdog: GPU2 [BUS: 7] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:16:54] watchdog: GPU3 [BUS: 9] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:16:54] watchdog: GPU4 [BUS: 10] hashing speed is 0 H/S
[2018-06-16 08:17:11] hash_monitor: Average 5min hashing speed (5049 H/S) is lower than the defined minimum (5050 H/S) speed!
[2018-06-16 08:17:11] Restarting miner process


[2018-06-16 08:17:14] Miner version: 1.6.0
                                   Z-z-z..

It was hanging while Im not restarted the rig, in hour.
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June 16, 2018, 07:45:32 AM
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Hi, @doktor83

How about recording json data to a file, it will be good to analyze the temperature, fan and hasrates in a time scale? By excel, for example.
Thank you for thinking about this.
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June 16, 2018, 10:47:27 AM
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i setup: intensity" : 48, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 1
4Gb? my card 2 gb only 30 with one treads on heavy
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Last edit: June 16, 2018, 12:02:25 PM by livada
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Update: Still no go..no matter what powerplay table I try to apply, it throws the cards into "gpu not supported" and error code 43 in the device manager, if I  dont apply the PP table they run fine. I have another rig same cards run perfect...maybe ill do a reinstall of windows...at this point im at a loss.

use orginal power table from this and try

http://vega.miningguides.com/p/faq.html#TDRFailure

how many card work? mybe MB not suport  more card.
In BIOS : try 4g enable or PCIE gen2 or mining mode disable or maxlink speed = GEN2
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June 16, 2018, 01:50:39 PM
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And after seen all this you still think it's miner related ? Smiley

Absolutely... you've missed this:

At the same time xmr-stak or xmrig works fine

Something strange exactly in bunch srbminer with electroneum.hashvault or electroneum.miningpoolhub. With etn.nanopool works fine.

I've had the same thing happen a few times over the last few weeks.  Prefer SRBMiner so switched to Nanopool and no more issues.  And Nanopool just reduced their fixed diff from 240000 to 120000 so now getting more shares on lower hash rigs and and more consistent shares.  Weird.
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June 16, 2018, 01:57:32 PM
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my old card r9 370 mining with sbrminer is slow and usually restart, can anybody please help me?


What is your hashrate?

my 370 mining heavy = 290~320/card, cn v7 = 490~510/card, lite v7 = 900~1100/card
R9 270X 4Gb with manual edited bios. Heavy - 420 h/s, v7 - 510 h/s.
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June 16, 2018, 02:06:09 PM
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Hi guys,

Anyone had tryed SRBminer with 10-12 gpus vega 64 ?

Im using one with 120 intensity and no problems.. Smiley

With more can i expect the same stability ?

P.S- of course we have silicon lottery and have to adjust oc etc..

Thanks

I'm using 120 intensity too on my 2xVega64. Have you tried increase it a bit? Have you tried using other workersize than 8?
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June 16, 2018, 02:30:33 PM
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Hi guys,

Anyone had tryed SRBminer with 10-12 gpus vega 64 ?

Im using one with 120 intensity and no problems.. Smiley

With more can i expect the same stability ?

P.S- of course we have silicon lottery and have to adjust oc etc..

Thanks

I'm using 120 intensity too on my 2xVega64. Have you tried increase it a bit? Have you tried using other workersize than 8?

Hi, yes but this is my sweet spot Smiley Anything > or < give me lower hashes Smiley
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June 16, 2018, 03:55:49 PM
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Hi, @doktor83

How about recording json data to a file, it will be good to analyze the temperature, fan and hasrates in a time scale? By excel, for example.
Thank you for thinking about this.

That'd be a nice feature
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