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Author Topic: GMiner v2.23 Equihash/CuckooCycle/Ethash/ProgPoW/KAWPOW  (Read 185243 times)
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February 27, 2019, 04:42:13 PM
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well in miner i have around 27.8-28g/sec, while on f2pool average 24 hour hashrate is around 31-32g/sec, so fidelity definitely improved since earlier builds that i have tested before:

https://i.imgur.com/jhO4jbM.png

https://i.imgur.com/CHmTAzx.png

sometimes it goes as high as 40g/sec in pools 30 minutes shares indicator

i did around 2 hour benchmarks today in awesome miner and it made around 0.80 grins in 21-22 hours period,equahash 150.5 algo also working quite well without any rejected shares with around 130 sols hashrate
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February 27, 2019, 05:43:10 PM
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Was there a command for difficulty in grin 29? I asked before and didn't see a reply.

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February 27, 2019, 06:05:05 PM
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Was there a command for difficulty in grin 29? I asked before and didn't see a reply.
pool set difficulty, miner cannot control it
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February 27, 2019, 06:09:52 PM
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Zminer777 so now what? Are you just going to ignore the claims that you stole lolminer code?
stole? How lolminer understand it? Stole gminer kernels? GMiner detected hacker injection and feed fake sources to hacker.
We are working on optimization of beam amd kernels, also we are working on cuckoo cycle amd implementation.
Future updates for amd cards will answer on your questions.

next time, at least remove the comments in the code, so it's not so obvious a copy/paste ?
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I've never heard of any compiler that would include any comments from the plain-text source code in compiled binary executables.
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February 27, 2019, 11:17:46 PM
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well in miner i have around 27.8-28g/sec, while on f2pool average 24 hour hashrate is around 31-32g/sec, so fidelity definitely improved since earlier builds that i have tested before:

https://i.imgur.com/jhO4jbM.png

https://i.imgur.com/CHmTAzx.png

sometimes it goes as high as 40g/sec in pools 30 minutes shares indicator

i did around 2 hour benchmarks today in awesome miner and it made around 0.80 grins in 21-22 hours period,equahash 150.5 algo also working quite well without any rejected shares with around 130 sols hashrate
f2pool is has always over-reported grin hashrate ... trust the payment, not the reported hashrate (either pool or miner)

also, stop using f2pool
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February 27, 2019, 11:52:59 PM
Last edit: February 28, 2019, 01:01:56 AM by cryptoyes
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This miner seems to have also "stolen" the code for Swap from the SwapRefMiner (an open source fork of grin-miner). It's still sending "SwapRefMiner/1.0.2" as the agent when connecting

Code:
{"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"login","id":"Stratum","params":{"login":"<myusername>","pass":"x","agent":"SwapRefMiner/1.0.2"}}

If true, you need to make your fee 0% or else you're just a thief.
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February 27, 2019, 11:59:13 PM
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well in miner i have around 27.8-28g/sec, while on f2pool average 24 hour hashrate is around 31-32g/sec, so fidelity definitely improved since earlier builds that i have tested before:

https://i.imgur.com/jhO4jbM.png

https://i.imgur.com/CHmTAzx.png

sometimes it goes as high as 40g/sec in pools 30 minutes shares indicator

i did around 2 hour benchmarks today in awesome miner and it made around 0.80 grins in 21-22 hours period,equahash 150.5 algo also working quite well without any rejected shares with around 130 sols hashrate
if you have any questions about the work of the pool, you can always ask for help in the telegram
https://t.me/f2pool_russian_official
https://t.me/F2Pool_en

we also have a new server EU
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grin-29:
  EU: grin29-eu.f2pool.com:13654

grin-31:
  EU: grin31-eu.f2pool.com:13654

F2Pool team
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February 28, 2019, 01:01:26 AM
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This miner seems to have also "stolen" the code for Swap from the SwapRefMiner (an open source fork of grin-miner). It's still sending "SwapRefMiner/1.0.2" as the agent when connecting

Code:
{"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"login","id":"Stratum","params":{"login":"<myusername>","pass":"x","agent":"SwapRefMiner/1.0.2"}}

if true, you need to make your fee 0% or else you're just a thief.
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February 28, 2019, 05:36:39 AM
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This miner seems to have also "stolen" the code for Swap from the SwapRefMiner (an open source fork of grin-miner). It's still sending "SwapRefMiner/1.0.2" as the agent when connecting

Code:
{"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"login","id":"Stratum","params":{"login":"<myusername>","pass":"x","agent":"SwapRefMiner/1.0.2"}}

if true, you need to make your fee 0% or else you're just a thief.
yes,  we stole C# code of swapReferenceMiner and pack it into C++ gminer, but forget remove comments and change some strings xD
Swap mining pools doesn't understand other than "swaprefminer" agent atm
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February 28, 2019, 06:52:11 AM
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just for info, my 2 cards 1080ti & 1070 are rock stable with gminer all versions on equihash algos, but they have issues on grin: hangs or major hashrate drop in minutes, requires to reboot to solve (e.g. 1080ti drops to 0.15 G/s on grin31)...

Win 10, core i7, reasonable oc, latest drivers, bminer stable on both card on grin (7.2 grin29 1.25 grin31 @ 75% power)
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February 28, 2019, 08:02:45 AM
Last edit: February 28, 2019, 08:39:57 AM by george2019
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well it made around 0.87 grin in last 24 hour, with 33g/sec average hashrate, while with miner 28g.sec hashrate it should made around 0.836 grins according whattomine calculator + 3% pool fee + rejected shares around 2% , so fidelity definitely increasing average hashrate both bminer and gminer, as for f2pool it is quite stable and i had no problems yet both with regular grincoin payments in bitforex and pool overall stability (i'm using european server now), but at the moment inflation is eating all the grin income (it's same with beam mining), maybe i switch to mtp and zcoin later

https://i.imgur.com/Ld30izl.png

https://i.imgur.com/wMXAryr.png

https://i.imgur.com/izuPmxB.png

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February 28, 2019, 08:35:41 AM
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luck was more or less same at least on f2pool (i'm mining grin for few weeks), it always made more than miner reported hashrate, as for stability it is rock solid using c29 and TDP 70%+500 memory oc and some core oc settings, it was same using bminer, as for hashrates gminer 1.34 has higher average hashrate than bminer 14.0 which is still fastest bminer build for my rig (not 15.03), equihash 150.5 is rock stable as well with gminer, but i mined it only few days
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February 28, 2019, 05:46:58 PM
Last edit: February 28, 2019, 06:00:19 PM by sebseb7
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It's still sending "SwapRefMiner/1.0.2" as the agent when connecting


to the Gminer devs:

- I know why you chose that name, but it's no longer neccessary and those pools who have not fixed that will work with "Swap" in any part of the agent string "Gminer/Swap" will work too in that case.

- are you sure you calculating hashrate correctly? because at swap it's a 32 cycle not a 42 cycle.

- also the miner seems to disconnect on this pool response :

"{"id":"Stratum","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"submit","result":null,"error":{code: -32503, message: "duplicate"}}"


have a nice day!

maybe have a look at this solo pool https://github.com/swap-dev/swap-micropool
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February 28, 2019, 07:21:21 PM
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i haven't tested yet, does Cuckaroo29s (Swap) has same hashrate as C29 on grin or it is different ?, maybe i will try it later, since grincoin profitability is dropping
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February 28, 2019, 07:45:07 PM
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i haven't tested yet, does Cuckaroo29s (Swap) has same hashrate as C29 on grin or it is different ?, maybe i will try it later, since grincoin profitability is dropping

different

grin needs a 42 cycle , swap a 32 cycle.

there is a 1/x propability for a solution in a random graph.

every 32th graph will have a 32 cycle
every 42th graph will have a 42 cycle

when you estimate gps by solution rate and use the formula for grin, the result will be 24% off.
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February 28, 2019, 08:54:23 PM
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i find out where can i exchange it and i try it tommorow
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March 01, 2019, 03:24:39 AM
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Any updates coming soon for the new GTX 1660 Ti GPU, being able to mine using Gminer? I prefer it over Bminer, better hashrate at least that is what I see for my rigs.

Here is the Error, Gminer doesn't seem to detect the GPU or recognize it as a compatible device:



Power calculator:   on
Color output:       on
Watchdog:           on
API:                off
Log to file:        off
Selected devices:   GPU0
Temperature limits: 90C
------------------------------------------------------------------
22:20:03 Failed to initialize miner on GPU0: MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB:
22:20:03 No devices for mining



Any data I can send to community leaders to help, just let me know also if anyone is interested in the GTX 1660 Ti mining performance I posted my current data on Reddit, but still testing and being updated.

https://www.reddit.com/r/gpumining/comments/avyaq1/gtx_1660_ti_mining_performance/
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March 01, 2019, 07:05:53 AM
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i haven't tested yet, does Cuckaroo29s (Swap) has same hashrate as C29 on grin or it is different ?, maybe i will try it later, since grincoin profitability is dropping

different

grin needs a 42 cycle , swap a 32 cycle.

there is a 1/x propability for a solution in a random graph.

every 32th graph will have a 32 cycle
every 42th graph will have a 42 cycle

when you estimate gps by solution rate and use the formula for grin, the result will be 24% off.
One trimming iteration - one graph, miner doesn't estimate gps by shares, miner just count iterations per second.
However latest version contains wrong logic for new jobs for swap, miner drop all previous job once received new job, however it may be submitted because jobs has correct height. We will fix it in update, hope it will increase hashrate on pool side.

Any updates coming soon for the new GTX 1660 Ti GPU, being able to mine using Gminer? I prefer it over Bminer, better hashrate at least that is what I see for my rigs.

Here is the Error, Gminer doesn't seem to detect the GPU or recognize it as a compatible device:



Power calculator:   on
Color output:       on
Watchdog:           on
API:                off
Log to file:        off
Selected devices:   GPU0
Temperature limits: 90C
------------------------------------------------------------------
22:20:03 Failed to initialize miner on GPU0: MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB:
22:20:03 No devices for mining



Any data I can send to community leaders to help, just let me know also if anyone is interested in the GTX 1660 Ti mining performance I posted my current data on Reddit, but still testing and being updated.

https://www.reddit.com/r/gpumining/comments/avyaq1/gtx_1660_ti_mining_performance/
I guess your OS is Windows 10, right? Grin29 not work on 6GB cards under Windows 10, I can suggest switch to Windows 7 or Linux.
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March 01, 2019, 01:55:22 PM
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When I mine Grin29 on 1060 6GB under Win7 only 1,5 of video RAM are taken. And it seems that the intensity is pretty low... Is it normal?
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March 01, 2019, 01:59:54 PM
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When I mine Grin29 on 1060 6GB under Win7 only 1,5 of video RAM are taken. And it seems that the intensity is pretty low... Is it normal?
seems you mine not with GMiner, because GMiner minimum requires 5.5GB VRAM for Grin29
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