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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 236659 times)
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July 19, 2018, 01:53:58 PM
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I'm getting a significant share drop on nanopool since upgrading to 1.6.4 from 1.6.2. Both machines doing the exact same thing

Everything appears normal within SRBMiner. Almost the exact hash numbers as 1.6.2. However, when I missed a payment, I went to investigate and I now realize my shares dropped by about 20-25%

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e76waamhah2dap1/hash%20drop.JPG?dl=0

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July 19, 2018, 02:11:46 PM
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I'm getting a significant share drop on nanopool since upgrading to 1.6.4 from 1.6.2. Both machines doing the exact same thing

Everything appears normal within SRBMiner. Almost the exact hash numbers as 1.6.2. However, when I missed a payment, I went to investigate and I now realize my shares dropped by about 20-25%

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e76waamhah2dap1/hash%20drop.JPG?dl=0

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Windows 10, blockchain with a bunch of Vega64's


I have exactly the opposite, i have a higher hashrate since using 1.6.4 both on pool & miner, using 18.6.1 drivers and the --sendallstales switch.
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July 19, 2018, 02:34:32 PM
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I'm getting a significant share drop on nanopool since upgrading to 1.6.4 from 1.6.2. Both machines doing the exact same thing

Everything appears normal within SRBMiner. Almost the exact hash numbers as 1.6.2. However, when I missed a payment, I went to investigate and I now realize my shares dropped by about 20-25%



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nah, not possible, it looks like you are not using a gpu or two, i couldnt know but its not the miners fault that is 100%

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July 19, 2018, 02:58:20 PM
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I don't know what to tell you.. but this is confirmed. I just went back to 1.6.2 and an immediate jump back to the normal hash on nano pool.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n39hd08zwhwm85k/hash%20drop%20update%201.JPG?dl=0

SRBMiner in 1.6.2 (for this system, 8 cards)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/66l98fk97tnx41l/1.6.2.jpg?dl=0

SRBMiner in 1.6.4 (for this system, 8 cards)
(looks the same, but its just not getting the same share results)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/uky020294zdpbmz/1.6.4.jpg?dl=0
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July 19, 2018, 03:02:52 PM
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I don't know what to tell you.. but this is confirmed. I just went back to 1.6.2 and an immediate jump back to the normal hash on nano pool.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n39hd08zwhwm85k/hash%20drop%20update%201.JPG?dl=0

SRBMiner in 1.6.2 (for this system, 8 cards)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/66l98fk97tnx41l/1.6.2.jpg?dl=0

SRBMiner in 1.6.4 (for this system, 8 cards)
(looks the same, but its just not getting the same share results)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/uky020294zdpbmz/1.6.4.jpg?dl=0


1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?

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http://www.srbminer.com
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July 19, 2018, 03:17:39 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?
I have rather old rig with 4 polaris cards (8gb) and win 8.1. There are no recent amd drivers for win 8.1 so I'm still using August blockchain ones. And when I try to switch to bittube v2 and srbminer 1.6.4 I've got severe share drop (effective hashrate measures for 1 day 3.2 khs. miner still shows good hashrate on its console window, ~4khs)
So I had to switch back to heavy and 1.6.0 version ((

Don't wanna install win10 on this ancient rig ....
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July 19, 2018, 03:34:36 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?

Everything has been rock solid on the blockchain drivers. I'm not going to turn these systems upside down ATM to 'test'. Whatever you have done to try to squeeze more hash out of the cards was not done in testing the Blockchain driver. After a long time SRBMiner user, I guess I'll switch to XMR-Stack if the blockchain drivers are suddenly not being supported?
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July 19, 2018, 03:42:58 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?

Everything has been rock solid on the blockchain drivers. I'm not going to turn these systems upside down ATM to 'test'. Whatever you have done to try to squeeze more hash out of the cards was not done in testing the Blockchain driver. After a long time SRBMiner user, I guess I'll switch to XMR-Stack if the blockchain drivers are suddenly not being supported?

Like windows xp, old things get abandoned after some time in favor of newer. 18.3.4 are great drivers, stable (and not really new also).
Ask livada, he also never wanted to stop using blockchain drivers, and finally when he gave up and tested these two drivers, he said he got more hash, more stable system and lower power consumption.
So i will leave it to you, it's your choice.

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July 19, 2018, 03:56:41 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?
I have rather old rig with 4 polaris cards (8gb) and win 8.1. There are no recent amd drivers for win 8.1 so I'm still using August blockchain ones. And when I try to switch to bittube v2 and srbminer 1.6.4 I've got severe share drop (effective hashrate measures for 1 day 3.2 khs. miner still shows good hashrate on its console window, ~4khs)
So I had to switch back to heavy and 1.6.0 version ((

Don't wanna install win10 on this ancient rig ....
Have you added --sendallstales to the config/command line?
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July 19, 2018, 03:58:35 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?
I have rather old rig with 4 polaris cards (8gb) and win 8.1. There are no recent amd drivers for win 8.1 so I'm still using August blockchain ones. And when I try to switch to bittube v2 and srbminer 1.6.4 I've got severe share drop (effective hashrate measures for 1 day 3.2 khs. miner still shows good hashrate on its console window, ~4khs)
So I had to switch back to heavy and 1.6.0 version ((

Don't wanna install win10 on this ancient rig ....
Windows 10 is better and quicker than Windows 8.1. You must update 8.1 to 10.

Polaris cards with 8Gb allready old and even ancient?....
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July 19, 2018, 04:05:25 PM
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1.6.4 can produce compute errors on BC drivers, maybe you have a ton of those? That is why i recommend 18.3.4 or18.6.1 on the first page, it works a lot better on those drivers. Maybe if you can try it on one of those?
I have rather old rig with 4 polaris cards (8gb) and win 8.1. There are no recent amd drivers for win 8.1 so I'm still using August blockchain ones. And when I try to switch to bittube v2 and srbminer 1.6.4 I've got severe share drop (effective hashrate measures for 1 day 3.2 khs. miner still shows good hashrate on its console window, ~4khs)
So I had to switch back to heavy and 1.6.0 version ((

Don't wanna install win10 on this ancient rig ....

1.6.4 is good on polaris cards with blockchain dravers, this is win10, aug23 drivers and 6x580 8g xfx bittube algo :

https://i.imgur.com/tx394RC.jpg


and this is pool side :

https://i.imgur.com/5Tr3d7J.jpg

Pool side show a lot more than miner, and i think that is good  Grin
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July 19, 2018, 04:10:13 PM
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You have miner version 1.6.5 on your screen. Did you come from the future to kill mining? ))
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July 19, 2018, 04:21:40 PM
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2 dingdongtobias

You have miner version 1.6.5 on your screen. Did you come from the future to kill mining? ))

i have a few people i give out test versions before releasing officially he is one of them.

its good to test on a lot of systems, but it looks like sometimes same cards, same drivers same all behave differently  Huh

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July 19, 2018, 04:33:45 PM
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2 dingdongtobias

You have miner version 1.6.5 on your screen. Did you come from the future to kill mining? ))

i have a few people i give out test versions before releasing officially he is one of them.

its good to test on a lot of systems, but it looks like sometimes same cards, same drivers same all behave differently  Huh
So, 1.6.5 version doesn't have pool-side problems with blockchain drivers? ))
To talk seriously, one moment shown speed doesn't mean anything. I was talking about one day averaged speed.
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July 19, 2018, 04:35:48 PM
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2 dingdongtobias

You have miner version 1.6.5 on your screen. Did you come from the future to kill mining? ))

i have a few people i give out test versions before releasing officially he is one of them.

its good to test on a lot of systems, but it looks like sometimes same cards, same drivers same all behave differently  Huh
So, 1.6.5 version doesn't have pool-side problems with blockchain drivers? ))

same as 1.6.4 just use --sendallstales in bat

i am waiting for reports on win7 bc drivers and 470 cards  Grin

on which bittube pool do you have 24h stats?

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July 19, 2018, 04:44:12 PM
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same as 1.6.4 just use --sendallstales in bat

i am waiting for reports on win7 bc drivers and 470 cards  Grin

on which bittube pool do you have 24h stats?
Ok, I will give it another try and write back
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July 19, 2018, 04:45:47 PM
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same as 1.6.4 just use --sendallstales in bat

i am waiting for reports on win7 bc drivers and 470 cards  Grin

on which bittube pool do you have 24h stats?
Ok, I will give it another try and write back

ok im still curious about that 24h stat pool, i am testing on the official pool that has only 15 min average

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July 19, 2018, 05:09:22 PM
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Hi guys,

I discover i have 90 coins from january when it was worth mining ETN, on nanopool.  Grin

I want to change the minimun payout from 500 to 100. To get the coins and back to other coins.  Cheesy

I can change this mininum treshold until i have 10 rating i think.

So, this syntax is ok for nanopool ?

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{"pool" : "etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13333", "wallet" : "mywallet.teste_etn_worker", "password" : "myemail@gmail.com"},

The worker appears but have 0 rating yet. I think i have to wait..

Thanks

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July 19, 2018, 06:18:20 PM
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Hello, Have you come up with some number for FE cards I cant seem to get mine past 1500.
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July 19, 2018, 07:29:44 PM
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same as 1.6.4 just use --sendallstales in bat

i am waiting for reports on win7 bc drivers and 470 cards  Grin

on which bittube pool do you have 24h stats?
Ok, I will give it another try and write back

--sendallstales made a lot of difference for me. In just one hour, I sent 262 shares, and 5 of them were stales, and that's with a pool latency of just 90 milliseconds, I can imagine it would be much higher if the latency was higher. It's up to the pool to accept them or not though, do check out if they are accepted by the pool by pressing the "s" -stats key. Those were not sent before, in the old SRBminer versions. And in only one hour, these 5 shares makes up nearly 2% of my submitted shares, actually paying for the miner fee and then some. So this was a very good fix by Doktor.
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