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June 07, 2021, 04:06:14 PM
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Guys I using few weeks PhoenixMiner on six pc with RTX3070.

After every few days on +- 2 pieces PhoenixMiner crash, and close from running applications phoenixminer.exe.
This is doing only sometimes, randomly, always only on a few pieces, not always on same computers.

All six computers are identical, same windows, same updates, same applications, same hardware specs (W10+5800H+RTX3070+16GB+1TB).
Via MSI Afterburner I only downlocked GPU Core, GPU MEM is left on default speed, no OC.
My computers run always +- 2days at a time. After these 2 days are switched to WindowsSleepMode for +- 8hours. And after again start mining for +-2 days at a time.
Now my computers have vbs script/file in windows startup folder, for automatical launch bat file for PhoenixMiner.

So today I migrate for test 1 computer to T-Rex, because I read that T-Rex have function watchdog, if app T-Rex crash or stop correctly works that app be restarted.

Works this function watchdog as I mean?
And is this function watchdog automatical turn-on in trex or I must write some specific parametr into bat file?

Thank you all what have more experience with T-Rex for any tip/help. 👍
hi, from description

        --no-watchdog              Disable built-in watchdog (watchdog enabled by default )
        --watchdog-exit-mode   Specifies the action "A" the watchdog should take if the miner gets restarted "N" times
                                   within "M" minutes.
                                   Format: N:M:A. Valid values:
                                                  N: any positive integer,
                                                  M: any positive integer,
                                                  A: r(system reboot), s(system shutdown), e(miner exit)
                                   Actions "r" and "s" require running the miner with administrative privileges.
                                   Examples:
                                   20:10:s - watchdog will shutdown the system if the miner gets restarted 20 times
                                             within any 10 minute interval
                                   5:7:r   - watchdog will reboot the system if the miner gets restarted 5 times
                                             within any 7 minute interval

## Watchdog
Watchdog is intended to observe miner state and restart T-Rex if it crashes or hangs for any reason.
Also, watchdog can optionally perform auto updates if a newer version is available.
We recommend using the watchdog to avoid any downtime in mining and make sure your GPUs are busy 24/7.
If you do need to disable the watchdog, you can do so using `--no-watchdog` parameter.
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June 07, 2021, 10:50:02 PM
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Guys I using few weeks PhoenixMiner on six pc with RTX3070.

After every few days on +- 2 pieces PhoenixMiner crash, and close from running applications phoenixminer.exe.
This is doing only sometimes, randomly, always only on a few pieces, not always on same computers.

All six computers are identical, same windows, same updates, same applications, same hardware specs (W10+5800H+RTX3070+16GB+1TB).
Via MSI Afterburner I only downlocked GPU Core, GPU MEM is left on default speed, no OC.
My computers run always +- 2days at a time. After these 2 days are switched to WindowsSleepMode for +- 8hours. And after again start mining for +-2 days at a time.
Now my computers have vbs script/file in windows startup folder, for automatical launch bat file for PhoenixMiner.

So today I migrate for test 1 computer to T-Rex, because I read that T-Rex have function watchdog, if app T-Rex crash or stop correctly works that app be restarted.

Works this function watchdog as I mean?
And is this function watchdog automatical turn-on in trex or I must write some specific parametr into bat file?

Thank you all what have more experience with T-Rex for any tip/help. 👍
hi, from description

        --no-watchdog              Disable built-in watchdog (watchdog enabled by default )
        --watchdog-exit-mode   Specifies the action "A" the watchdog should take if the miner gets restarted "N" times
                                   within "M" minutes.
                                   Format: N:M:A. Valid values:
                                                  N: any positive integer,
                                                  M: any positive integer,
                                                  A: r(system reboot), s(system shutdown), e(miner exit)
                                   Actions "r" and "s" require running the miner with administrative privileges.
                                   Examples:
                                   20:10:s - watchdog will shutdown the system if the miner gets restarted 20 times
                                             within any 10 minute interval
                                   5:7:r   - watchdog will reboot the system if the miner gets restarted 5 times
                                             within any 7 minute interval

## Watchdog
Watchdog is intended to observe miner state and restart T-Rex if it crashes or hangs for any reason.
Also, watchdog can optionally perform auto updates if a newer version is available.
We recommend using the watchdog to avoid any downtime in mining and make sure your GPUs are busy 24/7.
If you do need to disable the watchdog, you can do so using `--no-watchdog` parameter.

Hi, thank you for your post. So I can set watchdog function as:
*disabled application autoupdates (I don't like automatic updates of everything)
*but enabled trex application restart if stop work or crash
right?
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June 08, 2021, 12:26:37 AM
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hey all. im trying out the clock locking on eth, but how do i undo it? i end up having to restart the whole pc to get the clocks back to normal when going to a different algo. even tho the setting is off, or set to 0, the clocks are still locked. as in, i have eth clocks locked at 1455, then i want to swith to mtp, the clocks are still locked at 1455, even tried setting it to 0 in the mtp pool settings. only a restart will get them back to "normal"
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June 08, 2021, 09:50:41 PM
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I just set --lock-cclock to 1000 to my 3080 and 800 to my 3070

I did not improved the consumption, but at least, core clock is now locked fine and stable
Still 96mhs@220W for the 3080 and 63 mhs@120W for the 3070

Thanks Smiley
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June 09, 2021, 11:12:08 AM
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Do you plan to add ERGO?
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June 09, 2021, 01:22:39 PM
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Estou tentando minerar e esta retornando esse erro: WATCHDOG: T-REX HAS A PROBLEM WITH GPU, TERMINATING

Estou usando uma RTX 3060 com driver 470.05

Aguem conseguiu resolver?
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June 09, 2021, 10:09:16 PM
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Maybe to much overclocking.  Smiley

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June 12, 2021, 11:16:54 AM
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Why did the ETH mining hash rate keep decreasing?
Or t-rex have some changes that affect our hash rate?

Do you have any recommendations to adjust settings for both 1070 and 1080ti?

Or this is because of Dag increased?


TREX is fine for RTX3060 using Windows Developer Unlock, I even dual mine with it:

Mining at eu1-zil.shardpool.io:3333, diff: 4.29 G
GPU #0: ASUS NVIDIA RTX 3070     - 62.28 MH/s, [T:60C, P:162W, F:60%, E:421kH/W], 23/23 R:0%
GPU #1: ASUS NVIDIA RTX 3070     - 62.28 MH/s, [T:57C, P:162W, F:60%, E:424kH/W], 23/23 R:0%
GPU #2: Gigabyte NVIDIA RTX 3070 - 61.92 MH/s, [T:56C, P:183W, F:60%, E:371kH/W], 15/15 R:0%
GPU #3: MSI NVIDIA RTX 3060      - 49.04 MH/s, [T:42C, P:110W, F:55%, E:486kH/W], 12/12 R:0%
Hashrate: 235.51 MH/s, Shares/min: 2.356 (Avr. 2.695), Avr.P: 563W, Avr.E: 418kH/W
Uptime: 27 mins 13 secs | Algo: ethash | T-Rex v0.20.4
WD: 27 mins 15 secs, shares: 73/73



Is that your hashrate on Zil? or its ETH?

Any difference in power consumption if you do dual mining? Planning to dual mine but the problem if it increases the power consumption it's useless compared on mining only ETH?

Discussed very often here. All Nvidia Pascal GPU from 1050ti to 1080ti decrease hashrate with every new DAG epoch and it named TLB bug. Zil use same algo like ETH so power consumption and hashrate is the same, but read more about Zil to understand how it works!


Maybe core limits?

Same Card 1070:

ETH @ 4.3GB DAG             27 MH/s @ 2000 Core Clock (max before crash) Mem +90 (more does not help)
CLO (ETH Algo@ 3GB DAG) 35 MH/s @ around 1800 Core                         Mem +1000   -5 Watt vs ETH

Other Algos are now more profitable than ETH when used with +1000 Mem and tuned undervolt. Use less Power (ETC -10 Watt, VTC -30 Watt!)

Depends on your Electric Power price ;-)

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June 15, 2021, 10:06:12 AM
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What OC best for RTX 3060 ? Now I'm using -300/+1350 power 66% and can get 48,5MH max
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June 15, 2021, 02:21:12 PM
Last edit: June 15, 2021, 05:18:24 PM by ganzocrypt
 #1650

Hi,

is there a way to disable API server?
Cannot find if exists in the -help


Answer: --api-bind-telnet 0 --api-bind-http 0 will disable it.
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June 22, 2021, 04:57:18 PM
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Hi is there a way to fix low intensity shares mining ETH, I use hiveOS with t-rex after I opened the log in two of the rigs

Low difficulty or invalid share, 36ms … GPU #4
but in another rig
Low difficulty or invalid share, 9723ms … GPU #3

both rigs are mining with 1080 Ti
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June 22, 2021, 10:31:18 PM
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Hi guys,

I have one ASUS 3060Ti TUF Gaming 8GB, also one Gigabyte 3070 Eagle 8GB. Using Windows 10 and last T-Rex. Interested in best config for my cards, but with T-Rex params. I would like to not use MSI Afterburner, if I can.

I am not very happy with my current config. I get about 63 MHs for 125w with 3060Ti, and 61 MHs for 134w with 3070.

What I have (first GPU 3070, second 3060Ti):

t-rex.exe -a ethash -o stratum+tcp://mypool --kernel 0 --pl 56,63 --fan 64,55 --mclock 1300,1530 -u xMYDIR ...

Sure you have better settings to share...

I have a few merits for rewards... Cool

I am interested in maximun efficiency, not maximun hashrate.

TIA.
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