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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 223389 times)
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April 25, 2019, 10:37:01 AM
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What driver recommend for new version 1.8.5?
Are we need to apply memory timing after that?

I still think that 18.6.1 creates the fastest code, if you are compiling.
If you have Vegas you can use the built in 'tweaking profiles' or use ElioVP's tool but first disable SRB tweaking with --disabletweaking switch
Ok then, ill try tweaking profile, if vega56 samsung can reach 2100+, ill move from teamred,
I like your api remote

My Vega56 hynix reaches 2100+, so you should do much better Smiley

Hey, can you post what driver you are using and what ODN settings? I know you wrote "just pushed mem up to 940mhs and P7 to 925mV."
But can you please elaborate a little bit on how you achieved that?

Cheers

Here's a video for you :
https://youtu.be/QyJzAhdDnPg

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http://www.srbminer.com
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April 25, 2019, 11:16:52 AM
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V1.8.6
- Added tweaking support for Radeon VII
- There are now 10 tweaking profiles, so you can fine tune even more
- Fixed Cn/R when used on coin other than Monero
- Added new algo 'Upx2' , the new Uplexa algo
- Added fork info about Uplexa and Cypruscoin

+ Radeon VII can now use the tweaking profiles, altough i could not test it because i don't own a VII. So a feedback should be useful.

+ 10 tweaking profiles available now, where 0 means don't use tweaking and 10 is the Max tweak profile. If you could run profile 5 without problems on previous version then profile 10 will work too.

+ Cn/R had a bug with Sumo or Lethean, where after some time it started producing invalid shares. This is now fixed.

+ Uplexa will fork to their new POW, Upx2 (or alias cryptonight_extremelite) in a few days. You can use the --enablecoinforking to auto switch when the fork happens.

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April 25, 2019, 11:53:48 AM
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Warning:

Someone created a page on Github (github.com/SRBMiner), be careful because it wasn't created by me, so don't download from there.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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April 25, 2019, 12:40:30 PM
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Warning:

Someone created a page on Github (github.com/SRBMiner), be careful because it wasn't created by me, so don't download from there.

Thank you for the warning. I already wanted to download the new version. Just thought I'd be on Github now... Lucky for me, I looked into the thread. What about optimization auto-configuration for RX550? I think there are not assigned the maximum possible parameters.


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April 25, 2019, 06:25:45 PM
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hi
thank you .
but my problem is remain .i check it with new driver and 2019 it's not submit any shear in cn/r - but whit  srb1-8-2 it's work .submit shear . Huh
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April 25, 2019, 06:56:33 PM
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Hello doktor83!! i just wanna make a suggestion, why don't you just make a simple miner just like "TRM" where are we can make timing with other program..
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April 25, 2019, 06:59:40 PM
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Hello doktor83!! i just wanna make a suggestion, why don't you just make a simple miner just like "TRM" where are we can make timing with other program..

TRM is everything but not simple  Smiley
You can 'make timing' with other program just use --disabletweaking parameter. it's all written on the first page and in the readme.

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April 25, 2019, 07:04:25 PM
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 Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh

any idea ??
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April 25, 2019, 07:08:28 PM
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not really except DDU and reinstall 18.6.1 drivers

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April 25, 2019, 07:14:41 PM
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ok tanx. but what is different from 1.8.2 and new one it's work fine in older version  .?!
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April 25, 2019, 07:32:31 PM
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Hello doktor83!! i just wanna make a suggestion, why don't you just make a simple miner just like "TRM" where are we can make timing with other program..

TRM is everything but not simple  Smiley
You can 'make timing' with other program just use --disabletweaking parameter. it's all written on the first page and in the readme.

but srbminer is very simple Smiley

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SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.8.6
https://www.srbminer.com
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Simple, yet so complex
Windows only
Supports Nicehash & SSL/TLS encrypted connections
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Significant hashrate increase (up to 15%) on VEGA56/64/FE/VII
Please read the TWEAKING PROFILES section

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SRBMiner-CN
Click here to download from Mega    
Click here to download from Google Drive

MD5: 1dfaba53b98c470fa97de306cf9e6df2 *SRBMiner-CN-V1-8-6.zip


SRB-Restarter
Click here to download from Mega
Click here to download from Google Drive

MD5: a6ad2b95ea08239ab53f0927f90656cf *SRB-Restarter.zip


Download only from these links, these are the only official links

Someone created a project on Github (github.com/SRBMiner), don't download from there, i did not create that page!
Always check the MD5 of the .zip if you download from unknown sources!


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Recommended drivers:
Adrenalin 18.5.1
Adrenalin 18.6.1
Adrenalin 2019
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Supported algos:

Cryptonight Alloy
[alloy]
Cryptonight ArtoCash
[artocash]
Cryptonight B2N
[b2n]
Cryptonight BitTubeV2
[bittubev2]
Cryptonight Conceal
[conceal]
Cryptonight Dark
[dark]
Cryptonight Fast
[fast]
Cryptonight Fast2
[fast2]
Cryptonight Fest
[festival]
Cryptonight Gpu
[gpu]
Cryptonight Graft
[graft]
Cryptonight Haven
[haven]
Cryptonight Heavy
[heavy]
Cryptonight Hospital
[hospital]
Cryptonight Hycon
[hycon]
Cryptonight Italo
[italo]
Cryptonight Lite
[lite]
Cryptonight Lite V7
[litev7]
Cryptonight MarketCash
[marketcash]
Cryptonight Mox
[mox]
Cryptonight
[normal]
Cryptonight V4 (R)
[normalv4]
Cryptonight V4_64
[normalv4_64]
Cryptonight V7
[normalv7]
Cryptonight V8
[normalv8]
Cryptonight StelliteV4
[stellitev4]
Cryptonight StelliteV5-V8-V9
[stellitev8]
Cryptonight Swap
[swap]
Cryptonight Turtle
[turtle]
Cryptonight Upx
[upx]
Cryptonight Upx2
[upx2]
Cryptonight Wownero
[wownero]
Cryptonight XCash
[xcash]
Cryptonight Zelerius
[zelerius]


...but you can also use aliases like 'cryptonight_r', 'monerov4', 'cryptonight_heavyx', 'cryptonight_pico' , etc..



DevFee:
- DevFee is very low, it's only ~ 0.85% (both in normal mode and in algo switching mode)
- Using the same algo as user for devfee mining, so there is no difference in algo settings, power usage, etc..



Extra:
- Guided setup mode for basic configuration
- Watchdog that monitors your GPU threads, if they stop hashing for a few minutes, miner restarts itself
- Hash monitor, if 5 minute average hash falls under the value you define, miner restarts itself
- Startup monitor, if miner can't init GPU's and start mining in a defined time, restarts itself or runs a user defined script
- Monitoring of GPU temperature, and if a critical temperature is reached, that particular GPU is turned off until it cools down
- Set system shutdown temperature, to protect your GPU's from overheating
- Restart (disable/enable) Vega gpu's before mining for maximum performance
- API for rig monitoring
- Set compute mode and disable crossfire on all cards
- Benchmark every algo locally without connecting to a pool
- Auto switch to new algo on coin fork



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HOW TO AUTO SWITCH ALGO ON COIN FORK
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To use the auto switch on fork option do this :

Example for Monero fork from V8 to V4

start.bat
SRBMiner-CN.exe --enablecoinforking --config Config\config-normalv8.txt --pools pools.txt

Explained :
1. Start mining with normalv8 algo, that is the algo Monero uses pre V4 fork
2. Add --enablecoinforking parameter so miner knows you want to use the built-in (predefined) fork informations
3. When pool sends a job for the new algo, miner will auto switch to the new algo,if you have it defined in algos.txt (and you do by defaultif you haven't removed it)

Note that this will work only if i knew about the fork and added the needed info in the miner.


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VIDEO TUTORIALS
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How to increase your Vega56/64/Fe/VII hashrate easily

How to configure any coin in SRBMiner
How to enable stats page in SRBMiner

How to dual mine Loki and Turtle coins with SRBMiner
How to dual mine Haven and Bloc.money coins with SRBMiner
How to dual mine CyprusCoin and Triton with SRBMiner

How to mine Monero CN/R with SRBMiner
How to mine Haven coin with SRBMiner
How to mine BitTube coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Turtle coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Xcash coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Graft coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Ryo coin with SRBMiner
How to mine uPlexa coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Conceal coin with SRBMiner
How to mine Hycon coin with SRBMiner




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CONFIG.TXT
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You can use these options :
Note: use all lowercase characters

"cryptonight_type" : algo name or alias (algo name is between [] on the algo list beneath)
"double_threads" : true or false, set it to true for best performance
"fragments" : 0,1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128. It can boost your hashrate if you find the right value for your GPU.
"giveup_limit" : number, how many times to try connecting to a pool before switching to next pool from pools.txt
"heavy_mode" : 1,2 or 3. Method for doing calculations on heavy algos (Heavy, Haven, Swap, Italo, BitTube). Default is 3.
"intensity" : 0-1600, if set to 0 miner will try to find best settings for every video card
"main_pool_reconnect" : number - seconds (minimum is 3 minutes or 180 sec), how often to try to reconnect back to the main pool. Default is 10 minutes.
"min_rig_speed" : number - in H/S, it defines the minimum rig hashing speed we want to maintain. If 5 minute average hashing speed is less than this, miner restarts.
"min_rig_speed_duration" : number - in seconds (minimum is 30 sec), defines the time period for average hashing speed calculation, used with 'min_rig_speed' parameter
"off_temperature" : temperature in C, when to turn off GPU if it reaches this value. After value - 15, the GPU is turned on again automatically
"old_mode" : true or false, create kernels with the old method, useful probably only on Vegas with algos that have a scratchpad <= 1MB (default is false)
"reboot_script_gpu_watchdog" : filename to a batch file in miner directory, if set it turns off built in miner reset procedure on gpu failure, and instead runs this script
"reboot_script_min_rig_speed" : filename to a batch file in miner directory, if set it turns off built in miner reset procedure on min_rig_speed trigger, and instead runs this script
"retry_time" : number - seconds, how much to wait before trying to reconnect to a pool
"shutdown_temperature" : number between 0-100, if this temperature is reached, miner will shutdown system (ADL must be enabled)
"target_temperature" : number between 0-99, miner will try to maintain this temperature on all found video cards (ADL must be enabled, works only on cards supporting OverdriveN)
"thread_delay" : 1-1000, delay to maintain between same gpu threads (default is 319)
"timeout" : number - seconds, when is a connection to a pool treated as timed out
"tweak_profile" : number 0-10 , applies tweaks to the GPU that can significantly increase hashrate. 0 - not using any tweaks, 10 - max tweaking [ONLY VEGA56/64/FE/VII]
"worksize" : 1-256, if set, every video card will use this worksize, if not set, using auto detected value



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Manual GPU setup (advanced)
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To manually set up video cards, you must create a "gpu_conf" array in the config.txt file.

Example :

Code:
"gpu_conf" :
[
{ "id" : 0, "intensity" : 0 , "worksize" : 16, "threads" : 2},
{ "id" : 1, "intensity" : 0 , "worksize" : 16, "threads" : 2},
{ "id" : 2, "intensity" : 60, "worksize" : 8 , "threads" : 2},
{ "id" : 3, "intensity" : 55, "worksize" : 8 , "threads" : 2}
]


Additional parameters:

"adl_type" : 1 or 2 , 1 - USE OVERDRIVEN , 2 - USE OVERDRIVE 5. Default is 1 if not set. Option 2 (Overdrive 5) is suitable for older cards
"fragments" : 0,1,2,4,8,16,32,64 or 128. It can boost your hashrate if you find the right value for your GPU
"heavy_mode" : 1,2 or 3. Method for doing calculations on heavy algos (Heavy, Haven, Swap, Italo, BitTube). Default is 3.
"off_temperature" : temperature in C, when to turn off GPU if it reaches this value. After value - 15, the GPU is turned on again automatically
"old_mode" : true or false, creates kernel with the old method, useful probably only on Vegas with algos that have a scratchpad <= 1MB (default is false)
"persistent_memory" : true or false, if set miner will try to allocate extra memory for the video card, if it is available. CAUTION, MINER CAN BECOME UNSTABLE AND CRASH if using this option
"target_fan_speed" : 0-6000, if set miner will try to set the video card fan speed to this speed. Setting is in RPM (rounds per minute) (ADL must be enabled)
"target_temperature" : 0-99, if set miner will try to maintain this temperature for this particular video card. If option 'target_temperature' on top of config.txt is set, this option WILL BE IGNORED. (ADL must be enabled, works only on cards supporting OverdriveN)
"thread_delay" : 1-1000, delay to maintain between same gpu threads (default is 319)
"tweak_profile" : number 0-10 , applies tweaks to the GPU that can significantly increase hashrate. 0 - not using any tweaks, 10 - max tweaking [ONLY VEGA56/64/FE/VII]



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TWEAKING PROFILES [ONLY VEGA56/64/FE/VII]
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If you have VEGA56/64/FE/VII cards i recommend using the 'tweak_profile' parameter because it can significantly (up to 15%) increase your hashrate on every algorithm!
Please read these VERY IMPORTANT things:

1. Miner must run with administrator privileges [right click on SRBMiner-CN.exe->properties->compatibility-> check 'Run this program as an administrator' option-> click OK button
2. Don't apply any memory timings with ElioVP's tool before running miner
3. Don't start testing/tweaking with your highly optimised PPT and ODT settings - because it is probably optimised for a miner/algo combination.. Start with stock settings.
4. Be patient, it takes some time to find settings optimal for your gpu/rig

5. If you start getting invalid shares, that means the profile is too much for that gpu, so lower it

To use in config file, use the "tweak_profile" parameter on top of config so the same profile is used for all cards, or in gpu_conf to set a different profile for every card.
Not every gpu can handle the same profile, so you need to find the right one for every gpu.

Tweak levels :

0 - no change, uses your original settings
1 - light tweak
2
3
4
10 - max tweak


The simplest mode to apply a tweak profile is by using + or - on your keyboard while the miner is running.
Please note that if you get gpus 0 hash after this, it does not necessarily mean it can't handle that profile.
Try to assign the profile to the gpu with one of the methods described under.


Example for cmdline setup [4 gpu]:
Gpu 0 uses profile 3
Gpu 1 uses profile 4
Gpu 2 uses profile 4
Gpu 3 uses profile 5

Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --ccryptonighttype normalv4 --cgpuid 0,1,2,3 --cgpuintensity 112,112,111,110 --cgpuworksize 16,16,16,16 --cgputhreads 2,2,2,2 --cgputweakprofile 3,4,4,5 --cpool xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444 --cwallet 4A5hJyu2FvuM2azexYssHW2odrNCNWVqLLmzCowrA57xGJLNufXfzVgcMpAy3YWpzZSAPALhVH4Ed7xo6RZYyw2bUtbm12g.donation


Same example as above, using config file setup:

Code:
{
"cryptonight_type" : "normalv4",
"intensity" : 0,
"double_threads" : true,
"gpu_conf" :
[
{
 "id" : 0,
 "intensity" : 112,
 "worksize" : 16,
 "threads" : 2,
 "tweak_profile" : 3
},
{
 "id" : 1,
 "intensity" : 112,
 "worksize" : 16,
 "threads" : 2,
 "tweak_profile" : 4
},
{
 "id" : 2,
 "intensity" : 111,
 "worksize" : 16,
 "threads" : 2,
 "tweak_profile" : 4
},
{
 "id" : 3,
 "intensity" : 110,
 "worksize" : 16,
 "threads" : 2,
 "tweak_profile" : 5
}
]
}


Here are some numbers from my Vega56 with Hynix memory, just pushed mem up to 940mhs and P7 to 925mV.

Applied only "tweak_profile" : 10 to every config, nothing else changed in config.

Before tweak / After tweak ~ increase in percents

v4:  1854 / 2128 ~ 15%
haven: 1800 / 2000 ~ 11%
turtle: 15630 / 18440 ~ 18%
mox: 3845 / 4525 ~ 17%
fast2: 3604 / 4111 ~ 14%
conceal: 3726 / 4065 ~9%
litev7: 4386 / 4965 ~13%
xcash: 958 / 1106 ~15%


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POOLS.TXT
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Example:

{
"pools" :
[
   {"pool" : "pool_1_address", "wallet" : "pool_1_wallet", "password" : "x"},
   {"pool" : "pool_2_address", "wallet" : "pool_2_wallet", "password" : "x"},
   {"pool" : "pool_3_address", "wallet" : "pool_3_wallet", "password" : "x"}
]
}

Pool on first position is the MAIN pool, others are counted as FAILOVER pools.

Additional parameters:

"worker" : worker name, not every pool supports this
"nicehash" : true or false, set this to true if you are using Nicehash
"keepalive" : true or false, not every pool supports this
"pool_use_tls": true or false, if true miner will use SSL/TLS to connect to pool
"job_timeout" : number in seconds, if no job is received for this period, miner will reconnect to the pool (Default is 20 minutes)
"max_difficulty" : number, if pool difficulty is above this value miner will reconnect to the pool
"cryptonight_type" : if defined, and --usealgoswitching is used, it indicates the algo for the pool.


A short explanation of "cryptonight_type" and how to use it :

{
"pools" :
[
   {"pool" : "pool_1_address", "wallet" : "pool_1_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "haven"},
   {"pool" : "pool_2_address", "wallet" : "pool_2_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "normalv4"},
   {"pool" : "pool_3_address", "wallet" : "pool_3_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "heavy"},
   {"pool" : "pool_4_address", "wallet" : "pool_4_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "fast"}
]
}

Set the algo used on the pool with the "cryptonight_type" parameter.
Set the --usealgoswitching parameter in start.bat

If needed, miner will re-init with the pool algo before switching to the pool.
For example if you are mining on pool_1 using haven algo, and you manually switch to the next pool, miner will re-init with normalv4 algo before connecting to pool_2.
Also if there are connection errors to pool_1, and miner automatically switches to the next pool, if the algos of pools aren't the same, miner will re-init with the defined cryptonight_type for pool_2.

IMPORTANT: Do not set 'cryptonight_type' parameter for pools if you are using a proxy for coin switching, or a pool with algo switching capabilities! (example Monero Ocean)



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START.BAT
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There are some options that must be set in start.bat, and not within config.txt or pools.txt.
For example if you want to create configurations for multiple coins, you must define a 'start.bat' like file for every coin.

Parameters:

--adldisable (disable ADL)
--algoswitchmintime value (minimum time to mine using same algo, in seconds, min is 3 minutes, def. is 10 min. - pool must support it)
--apienable (enable statistics API)
--apiminerrestarturl value (user defined url which accessed in browser triggers miner restart)
--apiport value (port where statistics API is reachable - default 21555)
--apirigname value (identifier name for your rig in statistics API)
--apirigrestarturl value (user defined url which accessed in browser triggers computer restart)
--apirigshutdownurl value (user defined url which accessed in browser triggers computer shutdown)
--benchmarkalgos (benchmark all algos set in algos.txt and save results)
--config filename (use config file other than config.txt)
--disablegpuwatchdog (disable gpu crash detection watchdog)
--disablestartupmonitor (disable watchdog for miner startup interval)
--disabletweaking (disable gpu tweaking options, which are enabled by default)
--enablecoinforking (allows auto algo switch on coin fork - don't use with algoswitching)
--enableduplicategpuid (enables the usage of the same gpu id in gpu_conf multiple times)
--forcedshutdown (never try to free resources on restart/shutdown)
--giveuplimit value (how many times to try connecting to a pool before switching to the next pool)
--gpuerrorsalert (notify when number of compute errors for any GPU reaches this value)
--gpureorder (order devices by busid)
--gpuwatchdogdisablemode (if enabled, watchdog will try to disable crashed gpu, instead of restarting miner)
--listdevices (list available devices)
--listdevicesreordered (list available devices ordered by busid)
--logfile filename (enable logging to file)
--mainpoolreconnect value (how often to try to reconnect back to the main pool. def. is 10 minutes)
--maxnosharesent value (if no share is sent to the pool for x time, restarts miner. def. is 30 min)
--maxstartuptimescript filename (run this script if maxstartuptime is exceeded)
--maxstartuptime value (max time to init gpu's and start mining, min 10 sec, max 10 min, def. 2 min)
--minrigspeed value (the minimum rig hashing speed we want to maintain. If 5 minute average hashing speed is less, miner restarts)
--nocache (don't save compiled binaries to disk)
--preparedata (do some precalculations that *may* increase hashing speed a little bit on weak gpu's)
--pools filename (use pools file other than pools.txt)
--randomnonce (create random nonce for every GPU thread)
--rebootscriptgpuwatchdog (filename, if set it turns off built in restart procedure on gpu failure, and instead runs this script)
--rebootscriptminrigspeed (filename, if set it turns off built in restart procedure on min_rig_speed trigger, and instead runs this script)
--retrytime value (how much to wait before trying to reconnect to a pool)
--resetfans (reset fans back to default settings on miner exit)
--resetmineronalgoswitch (if used miner will restart on every algo switch)
--resetvega (disable/enable Vega video cards before mining)
--setcomputemode (sets AMD gpu's to compute mode & disables crossfire - run as admin)
--showstales (display shares that were sent after a new job arrived)
--setup (guided setup mode to create basic configuration files)
--startupscript filename (run custom batch script before mining)
--shutdowntemperature value (if this temperature is reached, miner will shutdown system (ADL must be enabled))
--usealgomapping value (type of algo mappings to use with algo switching: 1-short, 2-long, def. is short)
--usealgoswitching (use miner in algo switching mode - pool must support it)

When setting any of these parameters, DON'T use " or ' around the value!
Parameters that take a time value must be set in seconds



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How to access GUI HTTP statistics page?
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First you must enable API, by using the --apienable parameter in start.bat
Set your rig (computer) name with --apirigname myrigname also in start.bat

After you have started the miner, you can access the stats page in your browser :
http://127.0.0.1:21555/stats

There are also three other parameters that can help you to restart miner, reboot or shutdown your machine remotely :

--apirigrestarturl
This should be a unique string, which accessed in browser results in a computer restart. Miner needs to have admin privileges.

--apirigshutdownurl
This should be a unique string, which accessed in browser results in a computer shutdown. Miner needs to have admin privileges.

--apiminerrestarturl
This should be a unique string, which accessed in browser restart SRBMiner.



Example start.bat:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --config Config\config-normalv4.txt --pools Pools\pools-normalv4.txt --apienable --apirigrestarturl 12345fff --apirigshutdownurl 54321fff --apiminerrestarturl restart_my_srb

Visiting this url restarts your machine:
http://127.0.0.1:21555/12345fff

Visiting this url turns off your machine:
http://127.0.0.1:21555/54321fff

Visiting this url restarts SRBMiner:
http://127.0.0.1:21555/restart_my_srb


Of course if you are going to 'open' this HTTP interface to the world, you better use complex urls so nobody can guess them easilly and turn off your rig Smiley



To setup your video cards in cmd line :

These settings override the settings in config.txt, so you can't use both/mixed styles.
First list devices (--listdevices or --listdevicesreordered if you are going to use --gpureorder), then you know the GPU id's and can set them up easy.

Parameters:

--ccryptonighttype value (algo to use)
--cgpuid value (gpu id, comma separated values, use --listdevices to see available)
--cgpuintensity value (gpu intensity, comma separated values)
--cgputhreads value (number of gpu threads, comma separated values)
--cgpuworksize value (gpu worksize, comma separated values)
--cgpufragments value(can be 0,1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128, comma separated values)
--cgpuheavymode value (mode for heavy algos (1, 2, 3), comma separated values)
--cgputhreaddelay value (delay to maintain between same gpu threads, 1 - 1000, comma separated values)
--cgputargettemperature value (gpu temperature, comma separated values)
--cgputargetfanspeed value (gpu fan speed in RPM, comma separated values)
--cgpuofftemperature value (gpu turn off temperature, comma separated values)
--cgpuadltype value (gpu adl to use (1 or 2), comma separated values)
--cgpuoldmode value (old kernel creation mode - true or false, comma separated values)
--cgputweakprofile value(number from 0-10, where 0 means don't use tweaking) [ONLY VEGA56/64/FE/VII]



To setup your main pool in cmd line :

If set here, this will be the MAIN pool, you can also add more pools in pools.txt config file.

Parameters:

--cworker value (worker name or rig id - pool must support it)
--cpool url:port (pool address:port without stratum prefix)
--cwallet address (user wallet address)
--cpassword value (pool password)
--ctls value (use SSL/TLS, true or false)
--cnicehash value (force nicehash, true or false)
--cjobtimeout value (number in seconds, if no job is received for this period, miner will reconnect to the pool)
--cmaxdifficulty value (number, if pool difficulty is above this value miner will reconnect to the pool)
--ckeepalive value (true or false, not every pool supports this)


Examples:

Use all GPU's with auto settings, and mine monero on nanopool :
Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --ccryptonighttype normalv4 --cpool xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444 --cwallet 4A5hJyu2FvuM2azexYssHW2odrNCNWVqLLmzCowrA57xGJLNufXfzVgcMpAy3YWpzZSAPALhVH4Ed7xo6RZYyw2bUtbm12g.donation

Use 1 GPU with id 0 , intensity 120, 2 threads on algo cryptonight r on nanopool:
Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --ccryptonighttype normalv4 --cgpuid 0 --cgpuintensity 112 --cgpuworksize 16 --cgputhreads 2 --cpool xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444 --cwallet 4A5hJyu2FvuM2azexYssHW2odrNCNWVqLLmzCowrA57xGJLNufXfzVgcMpAy3YWpzZSAPALhVH4Ed7xo6RZYyw2bUtbm12g.donation

Use 5 GPUS with id 0,1,2,3,4 , intensities 56,56,55,58,55, 2 threads for each GPU, on algo cryptonight r on nanopool:
Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --ccryptonighttype normalv4 --cgpuid 0,1,2,3,4 --cgpuworksize 16,16,16,16,16 --cgpuintensity 56,56,55,58,55 --cgputhreads 2,2,2,2,2 --cpool xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444 --cwallet 4A5hJyu2FvuM2azexYssHW2odrNCNWVqLLmzCowrA57xGJLNufXfzVgcMpAy3YWpzZSAPALhVH4Ed7xo6RZYyw2bUtbm12g.donation



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ALGO SWITCHING MODE
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There are 2 types of algo switching supported :

Proxy or pool controlled

This means the mining pool or proxy (software between your miner and the pool) decides what algo should be mined.
For example Monero Ocean pools support auto algo switching based on profitability. You can read everything about it on their FAQ page.

You can also use software which allows you to change the mining algorithm with a simple mouse click. One example is Hesido's Cryptonote Proxy tool.


Manually controlled

In this mode the user sets the algorithm (cryptonight_type) for every pool he has in pools.txt.
When manually changing pools (by pressing 'o' or 'p'), miner will automatically re-init with the algo he set in pools.txt for that particular pool.
This also means you can set failover pools using any of the supported algorithms.


To use the algo switching mode (--usealgoswitching parameter in .bat) with pool controlled method the pool must support the XMRig Proxy Stratum protocol extensions(https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig-proxy/blob/master/doc/STRATUM_EXT.md)


Steps that are common for both switching types:

1.] You can edit the file 'algos.txt', which contains entries for every algo you want the pool to send you jobs for (if using pool controlled switching).
If you are using the manually controlled algo switching, setting up this file is important because of the various configurations that every algo has.
The 'hashrate' parameter in this case isn't used.

You need to edit the 'hashrate' value if using pool controlled switching, and 'startup_script' if you are going to use it. (you can read what it is for under this text)
Also if you want, you can fully customize configs for every algo. You can find them in the 'Config' folder.


Short explanation of parameters in algos.txt:

+ "config" expects a filename to a config file where you set up everything for a specific algo (config-normalv4.txt is for CNV4 as you can guess).
So on every new algo switch SRBMiner will initialize settings specific for that algo.

+ "hashrate" is a parameter where you should write the total hashrate of your rig (in H/S) for that specific algo (you can easily find it out by running a benchmark for example).
This field is used by the pool in calculating what is the most profitable algo for you to mine.

+ "startup_script" can be used to run a script (batch file) before miner starts.
You can for example set clocks, voltages, etc. specific to that algo

You can easily benchmark the hashrates by running benchmark-algos.bat or by typing this into a command prompt:

Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --benchmarkalgos

Notice: Tweaking parameters can not be used in benchmarking mode!

This process will take a few minutes, and when finished it will create a file benchmark_results.txt with the hashrate for every algo you benchmarked.
Now you need to take and copy-paste those values into algos.txt under the right algorithm section.
The benchmarking procedure should be used only if using pool controlled algo switching.


2.] There is a 'pools-algoswitch.txt' file where i predefined a few pools on Monero Ocean (algo switching pool), where i put my donation address as an example wallet,
so you should change this wallett address to your own.

If you are using the manually controlled pool switching, then you would define your own pools here.
You just need to add one new parameter (cryptonight_type) to each pool entry.

Here is an example how 'pools-algoswitch.txt' could look like:

{
"pools" :
[
{"pool" : "pool_1_address", "wallet" : "pool_1_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "haven"},
{"pool" : "pool_2_address", "wallet" : "pool_2_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "normalv4"},
{"pool" : "pool_3_address", "wallet" : "pool_3_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "heavy"},
{"pool" : "pool_4_address", "wallet" : "pool_4_wallet", "password" : "x", "cryptonight_type" : "fast"}
]
}

Now that you have algos.txt and pools-algoswitch.txt set up, start the miner by running start-algo-switching.bat

If you are using the pool controlled algo switching, DON'T set cryptonight_type for that pool, because you could get into an endless loop of algo switching Smiley

NOTICE:
If 'tweak_profile' is not specified it defaults to 0 after algo switch, so make sure you set it in every config file where you want to use it!

TIPS:

There are two algo switching modes available : with or without miner restart.

The 'miner restart' mode is recommended for Vega video cards, because they tend to drop mining speed on algo switching sometimes.
Using the 'miner restart mode' with the --resetvega parameter you are ensuring always maximum mining speeds.

Example:

Code:
SRBMiner-CN.exe --config Config\config-normalv4.txt --pools pools-algoswitch.txt --usealgoswitching --resetmineronalgoswitch --resetvega


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KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS
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- Press 's' to see some basic stats
- Press 'h' to see hashing speed
- Press 'r' to reload pools
- Press 'p' to switch to the next pool
- Press 'o' to switch to the previous pool
- Press number from 0-9 to disable/enable from gpu0-gpu9, then shift+0 for gpu10, shift+1 for gpu11..etc. until gpu19 max (use US keyboard where SHIFT+1 = !, SHIFT+2 = @ ..etc..)
- Press + or - to change tweak profile



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GPU CONFIGURATIONS AND SETUP
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A document maintained and edited by users with settings for various cards and algos can be found HERE



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SRB-RESTARTER
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SRB-Restarter is a tool that monitors the main SRBMiner process, and if it's not running for some reason (like an app crash for example), it will run the script you specify (restart miner).

Only 3 parameters :

--interval value_in_seconds [def. is 10]
Specifies how often to check is the SRBMiner process running

--instance number
Use it if you run multiple SRBMiner instances on the same machine, example is below
You must use the following file naming :
SRBMiner-CN-n.exe where n is the instance number

--run filename [name of .bat file to run]
Name of .bat you want to run if SRBMiner process in not running


Note:
Miner is considered 'not running' after 2 checks!

Examples:

1.
SRB-Restarter.exe
[This will set interval to 10 seconds, and start.bat if SRBMiner process is not running. It will monitor for a process named SRBMiner-CN.exe]

2.
SRB-Restarter.exe --interval 5 --run turtle-coin.bat
[This will set interval to 5 seconds and run turtle-coin.bat if SRBMiner process is not running. It will monitor for a process named SRBMiner-CN.exe]

3.
SRB-Restarter.exe --interval 30 --run start-heavy.bat --instance 1
[This will set interval to 30 seconds and run start-heavy.bat if SRBMiner process is not running. It will monitor for a process named SRBMiner-CN-1.exe]



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INFORMATIONS, NOTES AND LICENSES
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You have to change the wallet address in sample config.txt file to your own, or you will donate some hashing power to me. (Thanks)

This software uses part of WinIO library from Yariv Kaplan. Copyright and all rights on this file belong to him, details can be found in miner folder in LICENSE-WINIO.txt
Special thanks goes to ElioVP for sharing informations that helped me in developing the tweaking profiles.
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April 25, 2019, 08:19:49 PM
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i test it with 18.6.1 it's not submit any shear. (uninstall with ddu )
i use with this --disabletweaking but no shear find.

hash rate is fine but after 30m no shear find .   
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This one the best srb miner all time. For me working very well. Thanks Man!!! Smiley Kiss
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Tweaking seems still disabled for VII. Tried from both the config file and the command line, with different values for tweak_profile, but it always says it's disabled.
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Tweaking seems still disabled for VII. Tried from both the config file and the command line, with different values for tweak_profile, but it always says it's disabled.

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hello,

i got little problem here.On 1.8.2 everything works fine.i got 6xvega 64 ref on 18.6.1 and its about 2020h/s per card.On 1.8.5 miner only half of my vegas get tweak boost..all card have same clocks.i try everything new drivers,ddu etc...

there is a log and u can see tweak profile is applied on all cards.thx for help

https://imgur.com/a/DpPlkkx

[2019-04-25 19:10:14] Startup monitor attached
[2019-04-25 19:10:14] Miner version: 1.8.6
[2019-04-25 19:10:14] Windows version: 10.0 build 15063
[2019-04-25 19:10:14] Video driver version: 24.20.11021.1000
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] AMD Platform ID: 0
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] AMD platform FOUND
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Found 6 AMD devices
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] CPU AES-NI: FALSE
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] PREPARE DATA: FALSE
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU0: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 3]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU1: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 12]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU2: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 15]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU3: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 9]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU4: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 18]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] GPU5: Radeon RX Vega [gfx900] [8176 MB][I: 120.0][W: 16][T: 2][F: 4][BUS: 6]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] ADL is enabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Algorithm: Cryptonight V4 (R)
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Algo switching: disabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Coin forking: disabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Gpu watchdog: enabled [normal mode]
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Startup monitor: enabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Tweaking: enabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Socket initialiasation done
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Starting init of gpu threads
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Created OCL context
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 0)
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 0)
[2019-04-25 19:10:45] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 0)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 0 (Thread 0)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[3]
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] ctx->Program for DeviceID 0 (Thread 0) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 1)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 1)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 0 (Thread 1)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 0 (Thread 1)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[3]
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] ctx->Program for DeviceID 0 (Thread 1) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 2)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 2)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 2)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 1 (Thread 2)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[12]
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] ctx->Program for DeviceID 1 (Thread 2) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 3)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 3)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 1 (Thread 3)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 1 (Thread 3)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[12]
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] ctx->Program for DeviceID 1 (Thread 3) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 4)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 4)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 4)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 2 (Thread 4)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[15]
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] ctx->Program for DeviceID 2 (Thread 4) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 5)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 5)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 2 (Thread 5)
[2019-04-25 19:10:46] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 2 (Thread 5)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[15]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 2 (Thread 5) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 6)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 6)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 6)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 3 (Thread 6)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[9]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 3 (Thread 6) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 7)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 7)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 3 (Thread 7)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 3 (Thread 7)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[9]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 3 (Thread 7) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 4 (Thread Cool
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 4 (Thread Cool
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 4 (Thread Cool
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 4 (Thread Cool
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[18]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 4 (Thread Cool loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 4 (Thread 9)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 4 (Thread 9)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 4 (Thread 9)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 4 (Thread 9)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[18]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 4 (Thread 9) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 10)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 10)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 10)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 5 (Thread 10)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[6]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 5 (Thread 10) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using fragments 4 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 11)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using heavy_mode 3 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 11)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Using thread_delay 319 for DeviceID 5 (Thread 11)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Created OCL input buffer for DeviceID 5 (Thread 11)
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] Loading [normalv4] kernel for DEVICE BUS_ID[6]
[2019-04-25 19:10:47] ctx->Program for DeviceID 5 (Thread 11) loaded
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] ADL initialised successfully!
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Finished init of gpu threads
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Startup monitor detached
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[3]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[12]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[15]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[9]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[18]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Applied tweak profile 10 to device BUS_ID[6]
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Tweaking enabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Gpu watchdog started
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] API disabled
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] json_send[262]: {"id":2,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"login","params":{"login":"xxx","pass":"x","agent":"SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU miner/1.8.6","rigid":""}}
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] json_receive[294]: {"id":2,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"id":"1","job":{"blob":"0b0b94d487e6058211cc6042725e485805660fd16513ab478a0818fc69fd6f70c6b67c78447bbc0 00000004885540d97634d2fcdee8c60e306b03073dfeae88af6866bd65f0ac4aa54acad0c","job_id":"4609","target":"cf8b0000","height":1820900},"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] Connected to xmr-eu1.nanopool.org:14444
[2019-04-25 19:10:48] pool_have_job: Pool sent a new job, block height 1820900 [ID: 4609]
[2019-04-25 19:11:15] json_send[176]: {"id":10,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"submit","params":{"id":"1","job_id":"4609","nonce":"34690080","result":"709e90cadfbad75474e208e452ac45be719c74e10636c1139eb8a6f0cd0e0000"}}
[2019-04-25 19:11:15] json_receive[63]: {"id":10,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:11:15] miner_result: GPU3[BUS:9] result 0x80006934 accepted for job[1] [154ms]
[2019-04-25 19:11:15] json_send[176]: {"id":11,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"submit","params":{"id":"1","job_id":"4609","nonce":"226e0080","result":"221b60e8f1aa5c9ca1db2e257b2750ffa3d141db5db69c8b54f15407957c0000"}}
[2019-04-25 19:11:16] json_receive[63]: {"id":11,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:11:16] miner_result: GPU3[BUS:9] result 0x80006E22 accepted for job[1] [183ms]
[2019-04-25 19:11:23] json_send[176]: {"id":12,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"submit","params":{"id":"1","job_id":"4609","nonce":"095d00c0","result":"f4397509d60ff6d8d216fd1e1a3a4bad0254fa2762556e6daf9bbf9566790000"}}
[2019-04-25 19:11:24] json_receive[63]: {"id":12,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:11:24] miner_result: GPU4[BUS:18] result 0xC0005D09 accepted for job[1] [150ms]
[2019-04-25 19:11:24] json_send[176]: {"id":13,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"submit","params":{"id":"1","job_id":"4609","nonce":"79685515","result":"c4d84d1b7c62b2c4156cb9605287b5c1b4034d1aebd6c6542edad95974400000"}}
[2019-04-25 19:11:24] json_receive[63]: {"id":13,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:11:24] miner_result: GPU0[BUS:3] result 0x15556879 accepted for job[1] [169ms]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] json_send[176]: {"id":14,"jsonrpc": "2.0","method":"submit","params":{"id":"1","job_id":"4609","nonce":"b17000c0","result":"14dc8837e6f2f1c5b4b264bed0ba8ca737c8a6cdde88e03e0045583f73210000"}}
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] json_receive[63]: {"id":14,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":{"status":"OK"},"error":null}
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] miner_result: GPU4[BUS:18] result 0xC00070B1 accepted for job[1] [140ms]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU0: 0 H/s [T:34c][BUS:3]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU1: 2242 H/s [T:37c][BUS:12]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU2: 2022 H/s [T:41c][BUS:15]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU3: 2222 H/s [T:43c][BUS:9]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU4: 2222 H/s [T:42c][BUS:18]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: GPU5: 2027 H/s [T:37c][BUS:6]
[2019-04-25 19:11:29] hashrate: Total: 10735 H/s
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU0: 2025 H/s [T:36c][BUS:3]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU1: 2240 H/s [T:37c][BUS:12]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU2: 2020 H/s [T:41c][BUS:15]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU3: 2228 H/s [T:44c][BUS:9]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU4: 2222 H/s [T:42c][BUS:18]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: GPU5: 2024 H/s [T:38c][BUS:6]
[2019-04-25 19:11:33] hashrate: Total: 12759 H/s

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April 26, 2019, 06:42:19 AM
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Recommended drivers:
Adrenalin 18.5.1
Adrenalin 18.6.1
Adrenalin 2019

So the reccomended driver is also Adrenaline 2019? Which version?

Are there any new improvements for RX 570/560/550?
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April 26, 2019, 07:58:33 AM
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i test it with 18.6.1 it's not submit any shear. (uninstall with ddu )
i use with this --disabletweaking but no shear find.

hash rate is fine but after 30m no shear find .  


Try maybe changing the value for fragments.
What does your config looks like?

Try renaming the cache file from v182 that works for you to 186 like :

g1CNV4w168f4hm3_182.srb to g1CNV4w168f4hm3_186.srb

I just tried and 182 kernel works on 186

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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April 26, 2019, 10:52:56 AM
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UPX2 is it a smaller scratchpad again, is it lighter than pico?
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April 26, 2019, 02:04:43 PM
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hi dok, i have some rigs w vegas 64&56, and when i use srb i have 10-20% of rejects 0_o , and with the same overclock settings, nothing changed, using trm i have only ~3% as i can see in stats... cant understand this thing...how it can be, what i'm doing wrong?)
and i can see it by profit, cause i'm using nicehash, and i get smaller profit using srb with that too many rejects...
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