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Author Topic: T-Rex 0.14.6 NVIDIA GPU miner with web monitoring page and auto-updates  (Read 117040 times)
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March 14, 2019, 01:47:22 AM
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Any X16R results for 2060 and 1660TI?
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March 16, 2019, 01:26:50 AM
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Any X16R results for 2060 and 1660TI?

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March 19, 2019, 06:13:17 PM
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How about setting up intensity and cpu priority do you think there is hashrate changes or improvement?

Just looking for good settings not in settings on MSIafterburner do you recommend what settings should I touch and change in order to improve the hashrate?

I use -i 21 for 1070 and -i 22 for 1080\1080Ti... there are improvement in h\r if 23 is used, but power draw becomes spiky. For 1070 there is no improvement if 22+ is used. For overclocking\undervolting cards I use custom curve in AB, I tune it so 1070 draw 120wt 1080 145wt and 1080ti 185wt. With fixed clock\voltage you don't need to adjust PL.
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Can you send me screenshots with overclocking\undervolting 1070 and 1080 cards in AB? and curve AB? I know how to properly overclock cards for eth, but I do not know how to deal with x16r. Thank you very much!
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March 20, 2019, 05:42:32 AM
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There are different 1070 and 1080, you need to tell us what powertarget you have.
It might be an option to use Simplemining. It will start crashed GPUs by itself.
You should go for around 120 Watt.

Example:
My 1080 (Gigabyte G1) are running on 120 Watt and each gets around 21 to 22 Mhs.

110.62 MH/s   42℃
30%   1544 1594 1569 1569 1607 (120)
4519 4519 4519 4519 4519

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March 20, 2019, 07:49:35 AM
Last edit: March 20, 2019, 09:07:36 AM by bracinac
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How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!
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March 20, 2019, 09:48:17 PM
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Did an update to latest nVidia drivers and now t-Rex is not working.  Here's the error message it gives - "Can't start miner, unable to get number of CUDA devices, is nvidia driver installed?"

My install went fine and it was work fine before the install.  I suspect this latest version (419.67) for Windows 10 is not compatible with this latest version on t_Rex.

I have 3 Windows 10 rigs, and I have only updated this one.  The other 2 are working (well creeping along really slow due to such high difficulty levels).

I can install the earlier version of nVidia drivers, but thought you might want to take a look at whats causing this.

-Rodger
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March 21, 2019, 01:12:04 AM
Last edit: March 21, 2019, 01:28:15 AM by juhakall
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I'm developing a custom stratum server that seems to be working fine now (miners submit valid work), but t-rex is outputting these messages constantly:

WARN: New iteration find shares for device [ID=0, GPU #0]: job_id=2e61

What could be the cause? I don't get that connecting to normal stratum servers.

EDIT: Sorry, I realized there were extra warnings too with protocol debugging enabled. That's happening on other servers, too. Seems like it warns about receiving the same notify twice, is that somehow bad?

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March 21, 2019, 01:26:42 AM
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Did an update to latest nVidia drivers and now t-Rex is not working.  Here's the error message it gives - "Can't start miner, unable to get number of CUDA devices, is nvidia driver installed?"

My install went fine and it was work fine before the install.  I suspect this latest version (419.67) for Windows 10 is not compatible with this latest version on t_Rex.

I have 3 Windows 10 rigs, and I have only updated this one.  The other 2 are working (well creeping along really slow due to such high difficulty levels).

I can install the earlier version of nVidia drivers, but thought you might want to take a look at whats causing this.

-Rodger

419.67 should be working fine. Someone from Discord had the same issue and then said it was fixed by "properly" installing the new drivers. Not sure what that means but I suspect the driver update screwed something up in the system so they had to clean everything up and reinstall the drivers.
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March 21, 2019, 01:28:32 AM
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I'm developing a custom stratum server that seems to be working fine now (miners submit valid work), but t-rex is outputting these messages constantly:

WARN: New iteration find shares for device [ID=0, GPU #0]: job_id=2e61

What could be the cause? I don't get that connecting to normal stratum servers.

If you only see these messages when you run the miner with "--protocol-dump" (or "P") flag on, then it's normal.
UPD. Yeah, it's our debugging messages, we use it to troubleshoot things. Just ignore them.
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March 21, 2019, 05:56:37 AM
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Did an update to latest nVidia drivers and now t-Rex is not working.  Here's the error message it gives - "Can't start miner, unable to get number of CUDA devices, is nvidia driver installed?"

My install went fine and it was work fine before the install.  I suspect this latest version (419.67) for Windows 10 is not compatible with this latest version on t_Rex.

I have 3 Windows 10 rigs, and I have only updated this one.  The other 2 are working (well creeping along really slow due to such high difficulty levels).

I can install the earlier version of nVidia drivers, but thought you might want to take a look at whats causing this.

-Rodger

419.67 should be working fine. Someone from Discord had the same issue and then said it was fixed by "properly" installing the new drivers. Not sure what that means but I suspect the driver update screwed something up in the system so they had to clean everything up and reinstall the drivers.
Yes, first thing I did was a full uninstall, reg clean, reboot and reinstall again.  Didn't help.  This rig is my primary computer and I only run 2 GPU miners on it, so it's not a big deal.  But, since it was working and now it's not, I have to wonder why.  Had other things to tend to until just now, but I will look at this again tomorrow. I'm a 30 year computer tech BTW, so I will get it ironed out tomorrow.
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March 22, 2019, 01:26:23 AM
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@trexminer, any help with this?

How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!
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March 22, 2019, 03:35:39 AM
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@trexminer, any help with this?

How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!

Hi, could you please run the miner with "--protocol-dump -l trex.log" flags and then send me the log file when it happens again? I'll have a look. Thanks
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March 22, 2019, 11:18:05 AM
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T-rex will support SIN (SUQA) after the fork? This will be the new x25x algorithm..

greetings!
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March 24, 2019, 10:33:47 AM
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@trexminer, any help with this?

How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!

Hi, could you please run the miner with "--protocol-dump -l trex.log" flags and then send me the log file when it happens again? I'll have a look. Thanks

@trexminer Can you give me some support e-mail where I can send this log file to you? Thanks!
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March 25, 2019, 12:38:31 AM
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@trexminer Can you give me some support e-mail where I can send this log file to you? Thanks!

Sorry, we don't have support email. You can either join our Discord server https://discord.gg/gj7jcYf and send a direct message to me there (my nickname is "trex") or upload your log file somewhere and send me the link. Thanks.
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March 25, 2019, 02:07:59 AM
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@trexminer Can you give me some support e-mail where I can send this log file to you? Thanks!

Sorry, we don't have support email. You can either join our Discord server https://discord.gg/gj7jcYf and send a direct message to me there (my nickname is "trex") or upload your log file somewhere and send me the link. Thanks.
Let me ask if the T-rex miner support solo mining? I was planning to mine new coins in some supported algo.

I tried to follow the solo mining from ccminer and set up as the same setup from ccminer but I'm always getting an error.
Can guide me the right direction?
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March 25, 2019, 02:24:52 AM
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@trexminer, any help with this?

How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!

Hi, could you please run the miner with "--protocol-dump -l trex.log" flags and then send me the log file when it happens again? I'll have a look. Thanks

@trexminer Can you give me some support e-mail where I can send this log file to you? Thanks!

Hi, I have the same issue.

Have you found any solution on that?
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March 25, 2019, 08:48:54 AM
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Let me ask if the T-rex miner support solo mining? I was planning to mine new coins in some supported algo.

I tried to follow the solo mining from ccminer and set up as the same setup from ccminer but I'm always getting an error.
Can guide me the right direction?

The miner itself doesn't support solo mining, however you can still solo mine on some pools, e.g. https://bsod.pw/
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March 25, 2019, 11:13:00 AM
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Let me ask if the T-rex miner support solo mining? I was planning to mine new coins in some supported algo.

I tried to follow the solo mining from ccminer and set up as the same setup from ccminer but I'm always getting an error.
Can guide me the right direction?

The miner itself doesn't support solo mining, however you can still solo mine on some pools, e.g. https://bsod.pw/

Ok, thanks for the suggestion it's not actually a solo mining because they are still taking a pool fee and I thought that I can mine solo with T-rex I just planning to mine in my own full node and learn something that I can use for setting up a pool someday.

Anyway, can I ask if the T-rex has more command line that not listed in "help"? Something that can optimize and overclock the settings to speed up the mining speed?
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March 25, 2019, 11:50:50 AM
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@trexminer, any help with this?

How to solve this?
OS: SMOS
algo: X16R

20360207 10:04:51 x16r block 628215, diff 133433.339
20360207 10:05:06 x16r block 628216, diff 133658.400
20360207 10:08:06 Wait on data is timed out, 180 seconds have passed, 0 bytes in socket remained
20360207 10:08:06 WARN: Connection with pool timed out. Trying to reconnect...
20360207 10:08:06 Authorizing...
20360207 10:08:07 Authorized successfully.
20360207 10:08:29 x16r block 628217, diff 133093.467
20360207 10:09:02 x16r block 628218, diff 133366.705
20360207 10:09:51 x16r block 628219, diff 132969.159
20360207 10:11:53 x16r block 628220, diff 131603.105


Happens often on random rigs, rig stuck at this and not hashing until I reload miner.

Thanks!

Hi, could you please run the miner with "--protocol-dump -l trex.log" flags and then send me the log file when it happens again? I'll have a look. Thanks

@trexminer Can you give me some support e-mail where I can send this log file to you? Thanks!

Hi, I have the same issue.

Have you found any solution on that?

Waiting for @trexminer to give me some e-mail so I can send log file to him Smiley
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