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Author Topic: T-Rex 0.21.5 NVIDIA GPU miner (Ethash, Autolykos2, Octopus, Kawpow, MTP)  (Read 153688 times)
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March 29, 2021, 06:20:38 PM
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What does this mean?
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--send-stales Don't drop stale shares

Also curious of this.
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--validate-shares Validate shares before sending to a pool. Also enables share diff info


They aren't related. Validate shares tests the validity with the CPU before submitting it. Stale shares
are valid, just too late to be accepted.

Higher latency means higher probability of stale shares being submitted. The miner can detect if a job
has gone stale while it was hashing a valid share. Since the miner spent the effort to find a valid share
it can choose whether to submit it anyway and risk it being rejected, or discard it.

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March 29, 2021, 06:30:01 PM
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The miner doesn't request jobs, the stratum server sends them.

Latency is the network delay between sending a share and receiving the acknowledgement.

Validate shares means the CPU will verify the GPU hash is correct by performing a CPU hash on the same data
before submitting it as a share.

High latency has nothing to do with the miner or validate shares. It's a networking issue.

Tks Bro  Kiss

I have a network problem? therefore on a RIG but not the other two, sometimes it is the others but this one. that's why I ask

No more worries since this morning, I just rebooted the TREX miners 3/4 times

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March 30, 2021, 01:28:30 AM
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Anyone have stale shares increased in eth with this latest version??
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March 30, 2021, 05:23:48 PM
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Hi everybody ,
what mean "!" in DAG generating string ?

20210330 00:28:48 GPU #1: DAG generated [crc: bdc4b7d7(!), time: 5825 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #2: DAG generated [crc: 36ddfb5a(!), time: 5833 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #3: DAG generated [crc: a56cf2cd, time: 5823 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #5: DAG generated [crc: 5483d6c7(!), time: 5836 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB



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March 30, 2021, 05:47:05 PM
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any fix for memory leak rtx 2060 gddr6? I applied "--no-nvml" command and nvlm patch  and still getting memory leak.
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March 31, 2021, 05:29:30 AM
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Anyone have stale shares increased in eth with this latest version??

Yes: news version stale bad share, a rollback to "t-rex-ver. 0.19.12-cuda111" no stale

We are still waiting for me to dev, participate in the topics a little ... and explain to us !!!

any fix for memory leak rtx 2060 gddr6? I applied "--no-nvml" command and nvlm patch  and still getting memory leak.

there are also problems see here https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/issues

Post issue Wink
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March 31, 2021, 10:36:25 AM
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They aren't related. Validate shares tests the validity with the CPU before submitting it. Stale shares
are valid, just too late to be accepted.


Hi! Does that mean that if we're not using this argument in the .bat file we're going to have potentially less valid shares? How does it differ from the Rejected statistics? If I get an Invalid share in the miner, but not a Rejected one, am I not having 1 valid share less either way?

Thanks!
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March 31, 2021, 04:52:13 PM
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Is there way how to get OC info about mining GPU cards like core Voltage/Mem frq/core frq over json api?
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March 31, 2021, 05:53:49 PM
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Anyone have stale shares increased in eth with this latest version??

Yes: news version stale bad share, a rollback to "t-rex-ver. 0.19.12-cuda111" no stale

We are still waiting for me to dev, participate in the topics a little ... and explain to us !!!

any fix for memory leak rtx 2060 gddr6? I applied "--no-nvml" command and nvlm patch  and still getting memory leak.

there are also problems see here https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/issues

Post issue Wink

I manage to solve this out.It was some kind of virus @ mscorsvw.exe hidden in net run time network with windows files.Some bastard tried to rob me Smiley
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April 01, 2021, 12:52:29 PM
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Hey guys,

I run 2 weeks old drivers and trex.

Will the resizable bar driver + newest Trex make my 3080 and 3090 faster?
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April 01, 2021, 01:53:25 PM
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Hey guys,

I run 2 weeks old drivers and trex.

Will the resizable bar driver + newest Trex make my 3080 and 3090 faster?
nope
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April 01, 2021, 06:29:08 PM
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Hi everybody ,
what mean "!" in DAG generating string ?

20210330 00:28:48 GPU #1: DAG generated [crc: bdc4b7d7(!), time: 5825 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #2: DAG generated [crc: 36ddfb5a(!), time: 5833 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #3: DAG generated [crc: a56cf2cd, time: 5823 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #5: DAG generated [crc: 5483d6c7(!), time: 5836 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB





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xray — 03/13/2021
DAG checksum is not valid for GPU0. This is a sign that you can get invalid shares with this GPU0. The amount of bad shares is variative depending on % of bad data in a DAG. If you get too many invalid shares then you need to sort it out. Usually can be fixed by lowering OC. @Mapuo

In your case "GPUO" are GPUs 1, 2 and 5.

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April 01, 2021, 06:57:07 PM
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Hi everybody ,
what mean "!" in DAG generating string ?

20210330 00:28:48 GPU #1: DAG generated [crc: bdc4b7d7(!), time: 5825 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #2: DAG generated [crc: 36ddfb5a(!), time: 5833 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #3: DAG generated [crc: a56cf2cd, time: 5823 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB
20210330 00:28:48 GPU #5: DAG generated [crc: 5483d6c7(!), time: 5836 ms], memory left: 4.95 GB





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xray — 03/13/2021
DAG checksum is not valid for GPU0. This is a sign that you can get invalid shares with this GPU0. The amount of bad shares is variative depending on % of bad data in a DAG. If you get too many invalid shares then you need to sort it out. Usually can be fixed by lowering OC. @Mapuo

In your case "GPUO" are GPUs 1, 2 and 5.



Thank You !
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April 08, 2021, 01:23:13 AM
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Any way to have per GPU settings into the bat file? or maybe a config file? Looking to something like this

GPU1: core -200 memory +1200 power limit 65% fan 65%
GPU2: core 0 memory +1200 power limit 65% fan 70%
GPU2: core 0 memory -502 power limit 65% fan 65%

Is it possible? I need this in order to get this .bat file into the shell:startup

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April 10, 2021, 05:21:11 AM
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Any way to have per GPU settings into the bat file? or maybe a config file? Looking to something like this

GPU1: core -200 memory +1200 power limit 65% fan 65%
GPU2: core 0 memory +1200 power limit 65% fan 70%
GPU2: core 0 memory -502 power limit 65% fan 65%

Is it possible? I need this in order to get this .bat file into the shell:startup

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With Nvidia Inspector you could have gpu clocks determined in bat file.
Here is a little guide for using that. I have it in use on same bat file that starts T-Rex.
https://bitreadycom.wordpress.com/2018/11/07/switching-overclock-settings-with-awesome-miner-and-nvidia-inspector/
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April 10, 2021, 03:09:40 PM
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News version <3

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/tag/0.20.0
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Remove old and rarely used algorithms (x25x, x16r, etc)
Combine all CUDA builds into a single binary
(Windows) Add --pl, --mclock, and --cclock parameters to control GPU power limit, memory and core clocks
(UI) Display maximum share difficulty if --validate-shares is set
(Windows) Remove dependency on Visual C++ runtime
Bug fixes:

--script-epoch-change fails to execute the script when switching to ZIL session when dual mining ETH+ZIL
(API) Inconsistent GPU ordering in API when --pci-indexing is set
Various stability issues
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April 13, 2021, 12:00:28 PM
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T-Rex 0.19.9

* Add ability to execute custom scripts upon certain events with new parameters:
"--script-start"
"--script-epoch-change"
"--script-crash"
"--script-low-hash"
.....
in version T-Rex 0.19.9 the ability to execute a script was added...
can you somehow add the ability to specify the command itself as a parameter?
for example
Code:
--script-low-hash "shutdown /r /t 5 /f:72"
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April 13, 2021, 08:07:35 PM
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Is it possible to reset(restart) a single GPU while still mining to regenerate dag, like you can do in Phoenix miner? If not please implement!
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April 13, 2021, 10:06:29 PM
Last edit: April 13, 2021, 10:39:40 PM by keksik
 #1499

hello, i would like to mine ERGO with this miner on my rtx3060, however i get low hashrate (on some pages i found some people are getting 100+ with rtx3060 (non-Ti)).
my stats are around 65-70mhs with PL60, core -200, mem +1100. i tried various settings, core -100,-150,-300,-500 and stil same results. also played with PL to increased and decrease it, still no luck get more hashrate.
my old rx5704gb is getting 60Mhs...

please any advice?


second question:
- is possible to mine ZIL with trex? zilminer doesnt work for my rtx3060 due of cuda 11 or something. what would bat file look like in that case?


thank you a lot
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April 13, 2021, 11:13:03 PM
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Is anyone currently using T-rex to mine Conflux via the Octopus protocol?
If so, would you please share the commands you use?

I can't seem to get it to work properly on any of the systems I've tried so far when running either T-Rex v0.20.0 or v0.19.14 (Windows) clients.

I've tried to connect to the WoolyPooly and F2Pool pools and T-Rex behaves the same for both, where I get the same error during startup:

Code:
20210413 16:54:38 Starting on: cfx.f2pool.com:6800
20210413 16:54:38 ApiServer: HTTP server started on 127.0.0.1:4067
20210413 16:54:38 ---------------------------------------------------
20210413 16:54:38 For control navigate to: http://127.0.0.1:4067/trex
20210413 16:54:38 ---------------------------------------------------
20210413 16:54:38 ApiServer: Telnet server started on 127.0.0.1:4068
20210413 16:54:38 Using protocol: octopus.
20210413 16:54:38 Authorizing...
20210413 16:54:39 WARN: GPU #0(000100): MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, intensity 22
20210413 16:54:48 Wait on data is timed out, 10 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20210413 16:54:48 WARN: failed to octopus-subscribe on cfx.f2pool.com:6800: can't parse json:
* Line 1, Column 1
  Syntax error: value, object or array expected.


20210413 16:54:48 ERROR: No connection, retry after 10 seconds
20210413 16:54:59 Using protocol: octopus.
20210413 16:54:59 Authorizing...
20210413 16:55:09 Wait on data is timed out, 10 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20210413 16:55:09 WARN: failed to octopus-subscribe on cfx.f2pool.com:6800: can't parse json:
* Line 1, Column 1
  Syntax error: value, object or array expected.


20210413 16:55:09 ERROR: No connection, retry after 10 seconds

So far I have:

  • Verified that I am not being blocked by my firewall. I know this because I can see an established connection to the pool's IP and port when I check using netstat -a. I also added the T-Rex executable to my host OS' firewall exceptions list.
  • Made sure that I run T-Rex.exe in an administrative command prompt.

FWIW, I submitted a ticket to F2Pools and they wrote back advising me to shorten and simplify the worker name in my command line, which I've done however it makes no difference.

I'm stumped.
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