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Supported coins:
XMR/QCN/BCN/FCN/Aeon/Duck/Dash/OEC/MCN/ORION.
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GPU version is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.0

Current version: 3.5

- Added Nicehash pool support.

Link:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!Hg4g1bLT!4Upg8GNiEZYCaZ04XVh_yg

Mirror:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B69wv2iqszefSzYyM3BTYXVxZGs&usp=sharing

This is POOL version.

This version is for Windows, both x64 and x86. No Linux support planned.

This version uses AES-NI if CPU supports it, but also works with older CPUs that don' support AES-NI.

This miner is free-to-use, however, current developer fee is 2.5%, miner mines 39 rounds for you and 1 round for developer.
If you don't agree with dev fee - don't use this miner, or use "-nofee" option.
Attempts to cheat and remove dev fee will cause a bit slower mining speed (same as "-nofee 1") though miner will show same hashrate.

COMMAND LINE OPTIONS:

-o    pool address. Both HTTP and Stratum protocol are supported. You can specify several "-o" parameters to use several pools, or use "pools.txt" file, or use both.
   First pool specified via "-o" option is main pool: miner will switch to main pool every 30 minutes.

-u    your wallet address.

-p    password, use "x" as password.

-t    number of threads. "-t 0" - autoselection. Autoselection does not work fine in all cases, so try different values.
   Optimal value depends mostly on L3 cache size.
   For example, if your CPU has 8 MB of L3 cache (i7 CPUs), use "-t 4". For 6MB L3 cache (i5 CPUs) use "-t 3".

-lowcpu   low CPU usage mode. In this mode only one CPU thread is used but the speed is much higher than in "-t 1" mode.
   This mode is useful for mining in background when minimal CPU usage is required instead of maximal mining speed.
   Possible values are "-lowcpu 1" or "-lowcpu 2". For example, on i7 4770 CPU "-lowcpu 2" shows about 180 h/s on a single CPU thread.
   This option is available only for CPUs that support AES-NI.

-ee    close miner if no more pools are available in the list. By default, miner tries all pools one by one, after last pool it tries first pool again and so on.
   Use "-ee 1" to close miner when it tried all pools, so you can restart it from some script and do some additional actions related to internet connectins if necessary.

-dbg   debug log and messages. "-dbg 0" (default) - create log file but don't show debug messages.
   "-dbg 1" - create log file and show debug messages. "-dbg -1" - no log file and no debug messages.

-nofee: set "1" to cancel my developer fee at all. In this mode some recent optimizations are disabled so mining speed will be slower by about 5%.
   By enabling this mode, I will lose 100% of my earnings, you will lose only 2.5% of your earnings.
   So you have a choice: "fastest miner" or "completely free miner but a bit slower".
   If you want both "fastest" and "completely free" you should find some other miner that meets your requirements, just don't use this miner instead of claiming that I need
   to cancel/reduce developer fee, saying that 2.5% developer fee is too much for this miner and so on.

-r   Restart miner mode. "-r 0" (default) - restart miner if something wrong. "-r -1" - disable automatic restarting. -r >0 - restart miner if something
   wrong or by timer. For example, "-r 60" - restart miner every hour or when some worker thread failed.

SAMPLE USAGE

NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.org:80 -u 449TGay4WWJPwsXrWZfkMoPtDbJp8xoSzFuyjRt3iaM4bRHdzw4qoDu26FdcGx67BMDS1r2bnp7f5hF 6xdPWWrD3Q3Wf7G6 -p x

Do not forget to specify your wallet address!

FAIL-OVER

Use "-o" option or "pools.txt" file to specify several pools. "pools.txt" file has text format, one address per line.
If the first character of a line is ";" this line will be ignored.
After pool address you can also specify login and password, use space as separator, for example:

mro.pool.minergate.com:5556 yourmail@gmail.com !

If login or password are not specified, "-u" and "-p" parameters will be used.

PERFORMANCE

About 280 h/s on i7-4770 ("-t 4")
About 170 h/s on i5-4430 ("-t 3")
32bit version is slower than 64bit version in 1.5-2.0 times, about 190 h/s on i7-4770.

TROUBLESHOOTING

For most cases miner shows detailed error messages with explanations. To achieve maximal mining speed, start miner with admin rights once (miner must show "scfg: 1"),
it will configure system for optimal performance; then reboot computer to apply changes. For normal work no admin rights or other permissions are required. However,
if you use Windows UAC and start miner as admin in non-elevated mode miner will not work. Either create normal user and start miner there, or disable UAC.
Miner must show "FAST MODE ENABLED" message if everything is ok.
Sometimes reboot is necessary to clean RAM, otherwise miner can show "not enough memory" error.

Low speed in Windows 8.1 x64:

1. Make sure you are logged as admin. Create shortcut for NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on desktop.
2. Open shortcut properties, and specify command line parameters, for example:
C:\miner\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.org:80 -u 449TGay4WWJPwsXrWZfkMoPtDbJp8xoSzFuyjRt3iaM4bRHdzw4qoDu26FdcGx67BMDS1r2bnp7f5hF 6xdPWWrD3Q3Wf7G6 -p x
3. Press "Advanced" button, check "Run As Administrator". Also disable UAC and reboot (perhaps this step is not ncessary for your configuration).
4. Start shortcut, I get about 290 h/s on stock i7-4770 in Windows 8.1 x64.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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What would be the best setting for Xeon E5-2670 (8c,16t) and dual socket 2x Xeon E5-2670?

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What would be the best setting for dual socket 2x Xeon X5687 (12+12 MB of L3 cache)?   tnx

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What would be the best setting for Xeon E5-2670 (8c,16t) and dual socket 2x Xeon E5-2670?
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What would be the best setting for dual socket 2x Xeon X5687 (12+12 MB of L3 cache)?   tnx

Calculate total size of L3 cache and divide it by 2. If L3 cache is 20MB then probably "-t 10" is the best. For 24MB L3 cache try "-t 12".

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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?
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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?

is this4770 K  or non K?
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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?

No other miners started? Wink Try to reboot, start miner and do not start anything else at all, even browser, skype etc. If is still 185 h/s in fast mode and CPU load is about 50% (not higher) it means that fast mode does not work for your Windows or hardware for some reason. I have several systems on 4770 and they all show about 270 h/s (Windows 7).

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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?

No other miners started? Wink Try to reboot, start miner and do not start anything else at all, even browser, skype etc. If is still 185 h/s in fast mode and CPU load is about 50% (not higher) it means that fast mode does not work for your Windows or hardware for some reason. I have several systems on 4770 and they all show about 270 h/s (Windows 7).

Yep, still 185 h/s and ~50% CPU load Sad 
I'm on Windows 8 x64
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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?

No other miners started? Wink Try to reboot, start miner and do not start anything else at all, even browser, skype etc. If is still 185 h/s in fast mode and CPU load is about 50% (not higher) it means that fast mode does not work for your Windows or hardware for some reason. I have several systems on 4770 and they all show about 270 h/s (Windows 7).

i am getting around 213-219 with my 4770k @3.9 is that normal?
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I'm only getting ~185 h/s on an i7-4770, with -t 4 and fast mode enabled.  Am I doing something wrong?

No other miners started? Wink Try to reboot, start miner and do not start anything else at all, even browser, skype etc. If is still 185 h/s in fast mode and CPU load is about 50% (not higher) it means that fast mode does not work for your Windows or hardware for some reason. I have several systems on 4770 and they all show about 270 h/s (Windows 7).

i am getting around 213-219 with my 4770k @3.9 is that normal?

Low. Windows7 ?

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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

Why do you think that this version is for 32-bit CPUs? Smiley It is for 64bit CPUs with Windows 32-bit installed.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

Why do you think that this version is for 32-bit CPUs? Smiley It is for 64bit CPUs with Windows 32-bit installed.
why showing Gen:Trojan.Heur.RP.wHW@aCGFbdpi ?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/c0cf37744e3ff428417bff7223b275dd14454e5ffcd6c2e3f7a3f76573c35e69/analysis/1402571530/
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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

Why do you think that this version is for 32-bit CPUs? Smiley It is for 64bit CPUs with Windows 32-bit installed.
why showing Gen:Trojan.Heur.RP.wHW@aCGFbdpi ?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/c0cf37744e3ff428417bff7223b275dd14454e5ffcd6c2e3f7a3f76573c35e69/analysis/1402571530/

What is "Archive-652b.zip"? File size is incorrect too.
If you are sure that you use original archive from link in OP, it is false alarm of some bad antivirus. I don't write viruses. I write miners.

EDIT: I've just checked it, you are correct, www.virustotal.com does not like 32-bit version of miner. False alarm 100%, but if you believe to this antivirus - don't use 32-bit version of course.

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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

Why do you think that this version is for 32-bit CPUs? Smiley It is for 64bit CPUs with Windows 32-bit installed.
why showing Gen:Trojan.Heur.RP.wHW@aCGFbdpi ?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/c0cf37744e3ff428417bff7223b275dd14454e5ffcd6c2e3f7a3f76573c35e69/analysis/1402571530/

What is "Archive-652b.zip"? File size is incorrect too.
If you are sure that you use original archive from link in OP, it is false alarm of some bad antivirus. I don't write viruses. I write miners.

i downloaded that from mega.co as a zip that's why name was changed btw i know you don't write viruses  Grin i just wanted to confirm.
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I've just checked it, you are correct, www.virustotal.com does not like 32-bit version of miner. False alarm 100%, my antivirus cannot find any viruses there, but if you believe to this antivirus - don't use 32-bit version of course.

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This version requires AES-NI support, miner will not work if your CPU does not support it. Support for older CPUs will be added soon.

Do you have a rough ETA for a non-AES-NI version?

I've got a bunch of older servers I'd like to try it on.
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This version requires AES-NI support, miner will not work if your CPU does not support it. Support for older CPUs will be added soon.

Do you have a rough ETA for a non-AES-NI version?

I've got a bunch of older servers I'd like to try it on.

2-3 days I think.

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v1.1 is avalable:

- Added 32-bit version. CPU with AES-NI support is still required.

There are 32-bit CPUs with AES-NI? Since when?

Why do you think that this version is for 32-bit CPUs? Smiley It is for 64bit CPUs with Windows 32-bit installed.

Oh, I see. I thought you meant CPUs that aren't 64-bit that have AES-NI.

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What about WinXP support?
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WinXP support will be added in 1-2 days, support for CPUs without AES-NI too.

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Is it possible to force"fast mode enabled" without a restart. Trying to mine on amazons ec2 so restart is not an option.
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At least logoff is required. Actually I'm not sure if you have enough rights on ec2, with admin rights miner must show "scfg: 1" at starting.

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At least logoff is required. Actually I'm not sure if you have enough rights on ec2, with admin rights miner must show "scfg: 1" at starting.
Can this be bypassed or changed in future revisions?
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At least logoff is required. Actually I'm not sure if you have enough rights on ec2, with admin rights miner must show "scfg: 1" at starting.
Can this be bypassed or changed in future revisions?

I don't think that it's possible to bypass it.

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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

any performance increase for 4770k?
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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

any performance increase for 4770k?

Only 1-2% so I did not even mention it.

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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

any performance increase for 4770k?

Only 1-2% so I did not even mention it.
alright,then any news from faster gpu miner? you used to release new xpm version every 3-5 days Cheesy .
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Stupid virustotal still thinks that v2.0 32-bit has a virus. But good antiviruses report that file is ok.

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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

any performance increase for 4770k?

Only 1-2% so I did not even mention it.
alright,then any news from faster gpu miner? you used to release new xpm version every 3-5 days Cheesy .

I like XPM much more than other coins, it has the most complex and scientific PoW, a lot of space for improvements Smiley I have no time for GPU miner right now, but I will check it soon.

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v2.0 is available:

- Added support for CPUs that don't support AES-NI.
- Added Windows XP support for 32-bit version.

any performance increase for 4770k?

Only 1-2% so I did not even mention it.
alright,then any news from faster gpu miner? you used to release new xpm version every 3-5 days Cheesy .

I like XPM much more than other coins, it has the most complex and scientific PoW, a lot of space for improvements Smiley I have no time for GPU miner right now, but I will check it soon.

well, you better do because we cant even mine xmr atm difficulty skyrocket Cheesy
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Is it possible to force"fast mode enabled" without a restart. Trying to mine on amazons ec2 so restart is not an option.

try http://www.majorgeeks.com/mg/getmirror/cleanmem,1.html  
 it worked for me you dont have to restart the pc
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Pretty significant speedup on an i7 2600.  From 170H/s to 260H/s+.  Worth the 5% dev fee for the moment.

I really wish we would see some Linux releases from Claymore, tho.  Majority of my machines are all gentoo.
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It is possible to ADD XDN (DuckNOTE) to this miner? It is CryptoNight algorithm coin.
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Aeon and Duck are supported.

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It cannot allocate memory error #103-1-1 on E1230 and i5-3570K  Cry
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Aeon and Duck are supported.

Not work for me (W7 64-bit,i7-2600k). It seems that problem is in Duck address, it is length 97 characters, but monero address is 95.
http://deadzone.ru/files/1.png
http://deadzone.ru/files/2.png

It works for me, I need some more confirmations that miner has this problem. Right now it looks like a problem of your system, probably overclocking.

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There is no "-p x" option in my command line and i receive this error. If i ADD this option - miner work correct.
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There is no "-p x" option in my command line and i receive this error. If i ADD this option - miner work correct.

Ok I'll add checking for missed "-p" to avoid such problem.

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I got this error.  Huh

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@ Claymore

Any advice how to get more hash out of the Core i7 920? Or the below is pretty much it...

I dl-ed the 2.0 miner. Ran it as admin, made a .bat file with -t 7 command (8 threaded CPU, 4 cores and 8 MB of L2 cache, no L3; 6GB of RAM; Win7 x 64 with UAC turned off) and got 65-66 H/s which is lower than cpumulti gives...

Though it works fine, stable.
Thanks for the work you've done with the miners!
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@ Claymore

Any advice how to get more hash out of the Core i7 920? Or the below is pretty much it...

I dl-ed the 2.0 miner. Ran it as admin, made a .bat file with -t 7 command (8 threaded CPU, 4 cores and 8 MB of L2 cache, no L3; 6GB of RAM; Win7 x 64 with UAC turned off) and got 65-66 H/s which is lower than cpumulti gives...

Though it works fine, stable.
Thanks for the work you've done with the miners!

It must show "fast mode enabled". What h/s cpumulti gives?

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@ Claymore

Any advice how to get more hash out of the Core i7 920? Or the below is pretty much it...

I dl-ed the 2.0 miner. Ran it as admin, made a .bat file with -t 7 command (8 threaded CPU, 4 cores and 8 MB of L2 cache, no L3; 6GB of RAM; Win7 x 64 with UAC turned off) and got 65-66 H/s which is lower than cpumulti gives...

Though it works fine, stable.
Thanks for the work you've done with the miners!

It must show "fast mode enabled". What h/s cpumulti gives?

It does show. cpumulti shows 75 H/s...
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@ Claymore

Any advice how to get more hash out of the Core i7 920? Or the below is pretty much it...

I dl-ed the 2.0 miner. Ran it as admin, made a .bat file with -t 7 command (8 threaded CPU, 4 cores and 8 MB of L2 cache, no L3; 6GB of RAM; Win7 x 64 with UAC turned off) and got 65-66 H/s which is lower than cpumulti gives...

Though it works fine, stable.
Thanks for the work you've done with the miners!

It must show "fast mode enabled". What h/s cpumulti gives?

It does show. cpumulti shows 75 H/s...

That's strange. But I don't have this CPU here to see the reason, so if cpumulti works better use it instead.

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reboot.

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I already restart but it still occurred.  Roll Eyes
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Windows version?

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i5-3570K
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windows 8 64bit  Smiley
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Seems most of the problems are happening with Windows 8 x64?
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Seems most of the problems are happening with Windows 8 x64?

Yes, Windows 8 is a problem, I will check it soon.

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I went from 185 h/s to 220 h/s with version 2 on i7-4770, with windows 8 x64.
If there's anything I could help with testing, let me know
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You should probably try a lower thread count on your 920, 3 threads seems optimal for my i7-2600 and im getting ~220H/s.

This miner is really fast on both Intel and AMD, my fx-8320 (@ 4,8) is putting out ~400 H/s using 7 threads. (320 using Wolf´s miner)

Great work Claymore, thanks!
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I have a Pentium G3220 x64 with windows 8.1

Is it worth mining with this, what hr could I expect?

It has 4GB RAM, any benefit increasing it?

If you don't know where you're going any road will get you there
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i am forced to keep using wolfs miner on ec2...getting 270h/s while your miner gives only 170h/s in "slow mode"
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What does this mean  :

DevFee: 06/15/14-10:06:37 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 1)
06/15/14-10:08:05 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 1)
06/15/14-10:08:16 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 2)
06/15/14-10:08:17 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 1)
DevFee: 06/15/14-10:09:39 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 0)
06/15/14-10:10:42 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 3)
DevFee: 06/15/14-10:11:33 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 0)

Especially the DeVFee and target 1941 part, cause the miner changed to this output  from first started after a while.
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What does this mean  :

DevFee: 06/15/14-10:06:37 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 1)
06/15/14-10:08:05 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 1)
06/15/14-10:08:16 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 2)
06/15/14-10:08:17 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 1)
DevFee: 06/15/14-10:09:39 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 0)
06/15/14-10:10:42 - SHARE FOUND (target 20000) - (THR 3)
DevFee: 06/15/14-10:11:33 - SHARE FOUND (target 1941) - (THR 0)

Especially the DeVFee and target 1941 part, cause the miner changed to this output  from first started after a while.

DevFee - means that this share was found by thread that handles 5% developer fee. Target is the share value that is defined by pool (lower target - cheaper share), most pools adjust target to achieve some average speed of shares, too low target will cause a lot of cheap shares and pool overload, too high target will cause you can search for a share for a long time. Since developer fee is handled by separate thread and it has only 5% of total power, pool sets much less target for it, as result you will see "dev fee" shares more than 5% of total shares but these shares are cheaper than main shares (in your example 1941 and 20000 so dev fee shares are >10 times cheaper than main shares).

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Is there any way you could change it to allow mining at pools that don't require only payment address as username?  I'm trying to mine at minergate, but it gets the "something is wrong with devfee connection" and stops every 30 seconds or so for 30 seconds. 
Maybe have the devfee part hard set to a certain pool with your address?
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i think this miner still needs a lot of work...
Is anyone having issues with it?
My gpu miners get totaly kockblocked by it. ccminer drops to 10% of speed when Claymores cpu miner is on...no mather the number of used threads, also with -lowcpu option.
A fail over pool option is urgent with this kind of pools with no ddos protection.
a way to start the miner in "fast mode" without a restart.
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I got about 200h/s on E3-1230.

Is it normal. So sad because FX8320 got about 3-400h/s  Cry





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v2.1 is available:

- Reduced number of outdated shares that miner sends to pool.
- Added fail-over feature, "pools.txt" file.
- Added watchdog for pool, if no new jobs are received for 20 minutes - disconnect.
- Added "-ee" option to close miner if no more pools are available in the list.

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v2.1 is available:

- Reduced number of outdated shares that miner sends to pool.
- Added fail-over feature, "pools.txt" file.
- Added watchdog for pool, if no new jobs are received for 20 minutes - disconnect.
- Added "-ee" option to close miner if no more pools are available in the list.
clay can you give an example of .bat file  to switch pools?thnx
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June 16, 2014, 05:40:45 PM
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Last Share Submitted: less than a minute ago
Hash Rate: 651.09 H/sec
Total Hashes Submitted: 17056367
Total Paid: 0.000000000000 XMR

I mined on http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/  use 2.0 version about 1 day

why nothing coin , something wrong ? where  Cry Cry Cry

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v2.1 is available:

- Reduced number of outdated shares that miner sends to pool.
- Added fail-over feature, "pools.txt" file.
- Added watchdog for pool, if no new jobs are received for 20 minutes - disconnect.
- Added "-ee" option to close miner if no more pools are available in the list.
clay can you give an example of .bat file  to switch pools?thnx

No changes in .bat, just put additional pools into "pools.txt" file.

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Last Share Submitted: less than a minute ago
Hash Rate: 651.09 H/sec
Total Hashes Submitted: 17056367
Total Paid: 0.000000000000 XMR

I mined on http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/  use 2.0 version about 1 day

why nothing coin , something wrong ? where  Cry Cry Cry



Probable reason is:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=613072.msg7345616#msg7345616
Currently there are a lot of problems with most of pools.

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What algoritm of work?
Let say in pools.txt 2 string:
stratum+tcp://pool2:666
stratum+tcp://pool3:666
In command line -o argument:
stratum+tcp://pool1:666
So miner start mine on pool1, if recive error switch to pool2, then pool3, then pool1, pool2, pool3... Or it will be switch only between pools in pools.txt file? pool2, pool3, pool2, pool3...
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What algoritm of work?
Let say in pools.txt 2 string:
stratum+tcp://pool2:666
stratum+tcp://pool3:666
In command line -o argument:
stratum+tcp://pool1:666
So miner start mine on pool1, if recive error switch to pool2, then pool3, then pool1, pool2, pool3... Or it will be switch only between pools in pools.txt file? pool2, pool3, pool2, pool3...

Disable internet connection and test Smiley total list of pools is "-o" address + pools.txt. You can omit "-o" at all now.

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SORRY DISREGARD THIS POST..... ABOUT GPU NOT CPU MINER...

The miner was working fine but now Im getting wierd errors all of a sudden...

What could be causing this? (I have tried using just one card at a time but they all give the same errors)

HELP!!!!!!

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║          Claymore MRO/QCN/FCN/BCN GPU Miner  v2.1 Beta         ║
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Cards available: 4
GPU #0: name: Tahiti, 3072 MB available, 32 units
Total cards: 1

Catalyst 13.12 is REQUIRED for best performance and compatibility
At least 16 GB of Virtual Memory is required for multi-GPU systems
Make sure you defined GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
Be careful with overclocking, use default clocks for first tests
Initializing...

POOL version
3 pools specified.
Stratum - connecting to 'pool.cryptoescrow.eu' <185.5.53.54> port 3333
Stratum - connecting to 'pool.cryptoescrow.eu' <185.5.53.54> port 3333
Stratum - Connected
Stratum - Connected
Pool Diff 5000
DevFee: Pool Diff 5000
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
06/17/14-02:40:48 - SHARE FOUND (target 5000) - (GPU 0)
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
GPU 0, GpuMiner k1a failed -4
Error in server response
: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":{"code":-1,"message":"Lowdifficultyshare"}}

06/17/14-02:40:48 - SHARE FOUND (target 5000) - (GPU 0)


SORRY DISREGARD THIS POST..... ABOUT GPU NOT CPU MINER...
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Hi,Claymore,I use your CPU miner under platform " intel Xeon E3 1230 v2 (4cores,8threads),windows 7 64bit",always get error message like this:

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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

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what can I do for this?
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New CPUminer¨2.1 stopped and got a lot of line
outdated share line- skiped ( or something like that).... and that is all Sad
6.5 hours without mining on cpu beacuse stupid error Sad
Fix that!
Back to 2.0
On GPU, for now on 2.1 everything is looking ok!
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New CPUminer¨2.1 stopped and got a lot of line
outdated share line- skiped ( or something like that).... and that is all Sad
6.5 hours without mining on cpu beacuse stupid error Sad
Fix that!
Back to 2.0
On GPU, for now on 2.1 everything is looking ok!
CPUminer 2.1 stopped and GPUminer 2.1 stopped
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New CPUminer¨2.1 stopped and got a lot of line
outdated share line- skiped ( or something like that).... and that is all Sad
6.5 hours without mining on cpu beacuse stupid error Sad
Fix that!
Back to 2.0
On GPU, for now on 2.1 everything is looking ok!
CPUminer 2.1 stopped and GPUminer 2.1 stopped
Same here.
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v 2.2 is available:

- Fixed bugs.

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v 2.2 is available:

- Fixed bugs.

Not work:


And nothing happens... Sniffer don't see any connection from miner, only few packets, then it start. But after what - nothing. I wait 15 min and restart miner:



All works fine. May be problem with pool (but i tried 4 different and miner sometimes start work and sometimes not), but i don't understand why miner did not try connect to other pool after 10 or 15 seconds if there are problem with this pool.
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v 2.2 is available:

- Fixed bugs.

Not work:

And nothing happens... Sniffer don't see any connection from miner, only few packets, then it start. But after what - nothing. I wait 15 min and restart miner:

All works fine. May be problem with pool (but i tried 4 different and miner sometimes start work and sometimes not), but i don't understand why miner did not try connect to other pool after 10 or 15 seconds if there are problem with this pool.

Miner connects to pool, send login, pool sends answer. Are you sure that sniffer did not catch login request? It;s in text form so you can see it as text. This way you can check whether this problem related to miner or pool.
You are correct about timeout for getting job from pool after connection - I'll add it, due to ddos attacks pools are unstable and additional checks are necessary.

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v 2.2 is available:

- Fixed bugs.

Not work:

And nothing happens... Sniffer don't see any connection from miner, only few packets, then it start. But after what - nothing. I wait 15 min and restart miner:

All works fine. May be problem with pool (but i tried 4 different and miner sometimes start work and sometimes not), but i don't understand why miner did not try connect to other pool after 10 or 15 seconds if there are problem with this pool.

Miner connects to pool, send login, pool sends answer. Are you sure that sniffer did not catch login request? It;s in text form so you can see it as text. This way you can check whether this problem related to miner or pool.
You are correct about timeout for getting job from pool after connection - I'll add it, due to ddos attacks pools are unstable and additional checks are necessary.

Now it is ok (was pool ddos may be), but if i see that problem again i save sniffer log.
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Please consider this.
Since your software is in beta phase, and many bugs are ( will be detected) until final stuff is out lower you feed. If we are all here beta testers of YOUR product, and if we all loose because YOUR bugs in program, then lower feed, or made time limited app.
If we not tested your product, no one will use it because will be unstable, and with bugs. What you will get in that case?- Nothing since no one will use your app.
And what worth that your app is faster then Wolf if we dont have any problem with Wolf and have lots of problem with your app?.
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Why do I get this message ??

I'm running in a sandbox, win 7 x64


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v3.2 is available:

- Added minergate pool support.
- Added "main pool" - miner will try to use main pool every 30 minutes.
- "pools.txt" file - now you can specify login and password for every pool.
- Current pool address is displayed for every new job.
- Improved stability.

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I cannot redirect stdout using pipes, what function you use to print output?
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I cannot redirect stdout using pipes, what function you use to print output?

printf

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You can build one version with fflush(stdout) after printf?
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You can build one version with fflush(stdout) after printf?

Not right now.

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I have this problem too v3.2

186 h/s
I7-3770
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2*7870 - no mining
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June 23, 2014, 08:38:43 PM
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I have this problem too v3.2

186 h/s
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-t 4



Disable UAC (check OP for details), reboot and try again.

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June 23, 2014, 08:59:14 PM
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Disable UAC (check OP for details), reboot and try again.
I fear for the safety of your computer. Perhaps start mining this service without shutting down completely?

When you try to run with administrator privileges via the right mouse button does not start mining.

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June 24, 2014, 05:21:58 AM
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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

***********************************************
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June 24, 2014, 07:56:47 AM
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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

***********************************************

this is a common issue for the cpu miner on windows 8/8.1... all my win 7 rigs work excellent but my 2 win 8.1 rigs do not like the cpu miner and wont allocate memory giveing the same error.
Any chance of looking into this issue Claymore??
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June 24, 2014, 10:59:37 AM
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What about Ubuntu 14.04 x64 support?
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June 24, 2014, 11:30:13 AM
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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

***********************************************

this is a common issue for the cpu miner on windows 8/8.1... all my win 7 rigs work excellent but my 2 win 8.1 rigs do not like the cpu miner and wont allocate memory giveing the same error.
Any chance of looking into this issue Claymore??

Every new Windows version has more and more paranoid security settings. For Windows 8.1 x64:

1. Make sure you are logged as admin. Create shortcut for NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on desktop.
2. Open shortcut properties, and specify command line parameters, for example:
C:\miner\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.org:80 -u 449TGay4WWJPwsXrWZfkMoPtDbJp8xoSzFuyjRt3iaM4bRHdzw4qoDu26FdcGx67BMDS1r2bnp7f5hF 6xdPWWrD3Q3Wf7G6 -p x
3. Press "Advanced" button, check "Run As Administrator". Also disable UAC and reboot (perhaps this step is not ncessary for your configuration).
4. Start shortcut, I get about 290 h/s on stock i7-4770 in Windows 8.1 x64.



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June 24, 2014, 03:26:04 PM
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For everyone having troubles with this miner:
dont wanna be disrespectful to Claymore but...
yam miner doesnt have this kind of problems, performance is the same and the fee is optional.
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June 25, 2014, 05:58:02 AM
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For everyone having troubles with this miner:
dont wanna be disrespectful to Claymore but...
yam miner doesnt have this kind of problems, performance is the same and the fee is optional.
Is there thread for yam miner and how it compares to W0lf's miner?
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June 29, 2014, 03:20:48 PM
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can you add support new 4790 CPU? i have only 130 h/s in 4 threads now
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June 29, 2014, 10:20:45 PM
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For everyone having troubles with this miner:
dont wanna be disrespectful to Claymore but...
yam miner doesnt have this kind of problems, performance is the same and the fee is optional.
Is there thread for yam miner and how it compares to W0lf's miner?
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2609.0

Claymore's CPU miner is definitely outmoded now.

I've seen solid 10% increases with Yam miner, and you can decrease the donation to 1%.
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June 30, 2014, 04:54:22 AM
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v3.2 is available:

hi. my problem
11:00:46:798   4d4   64-bit version
11:00:46:814   4d4   CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
11:00:46:814   4d4   Logical CPU cores: 24
11:00:46:814   4d4   Using 16 threads
11:00:46:829   4d4   scfg: 1
11:01:02:214   4d4   1 pool specified.
11:01:02:323   aec   Stratum - connecting to 'mine.moneropool.com' <148.251.232.83> port 3334
11:01:02:433   aec   Stratum - Connected
11:01:02:448   240c   Stratum - Connected
11:01:02:557   aec   got 303 bytes
11:01:02:557   aec   buf: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":null,"result":{"id":"126456700987182","job":{"blob":"0100d982be9d055ae1b74e0f54e939279cf6bcdeb59813cb17ce7fff63065d244814f9bc48f0500 0000000e8869b0dbbf552d12a53a88fc576cc216d99d01146eb60c9300039190da1dc7e04","job_id":"493370455899275","target":"169f0200"},"status":"OK"}}

11:01:02:557   aec   parse packet: 303
11:01:02:573   aec   new buf size: 0
11:01:02:573   aec   Pool Diff 25000.1
11:01:02:573   aec   df has same pool, skip
11:02:15:425   240c   got 253 bytes
11:02:15:425   240c   buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100a683be9d05756fb7a21253e59ba778fe818ebb8ed2fb9f643ddc34072c702a466cf05d67f70 0000000f0e2a88c9e91c7c1c2f194cbf00bd19ed269a815eec4b0b3f2e113d303589f9b01","job_id":"901935690618120","target":"169f0200"}}

11:02:15:425   240c   parse packet: 253
11:02:15:441   240c   new buf size: 0
11:02:15:441   240c   DevFee: 06/29/14-11:02:15 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3334
11:02:16:315   aec   got 253 bytes
11:02:16:315   aec   buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100a683be9d05756fb7a21253e59ba778fe818ebb8ed2fb9f643ddc34072c702a466cf05d67f70 00000003f7af5368b5bb42780b178149ac95984b693f5bf1143a1f3adb491b04773a9d401","job_id":"529612819501198","target":"169f0200"}}

11:02:16:315   aec   parse packet: 253
11:02:16:315   aec   new buf size: 0
11:02:16:330   aec   df has same pool, skip
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June 30, 2014, 09:26:21 AM
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For everyone having troubles with this miner:
dont wanna be disrespectful to Claymore but...
yam miner doesnt have this kind of problems, performance is the same and the fee is optional.
Is there thread for yam miner and how it compares to W0lf's miner?
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2609.0

Claymore's CPU miner is definitely outmoded now.

I've seen solid 10% increases with Yam miner, and you can decrease the donation to 1%.

i cant seem to get it working on windows 8 to well....
not to mention there is little instructions on who to use it and fully set it up and change donation amount, where as claymores is very easy to setup and run..... a clear advantage within itself...
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June 30, 2014, 05:01:10 PM
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i'm use Claymore CPU Miner v3.2 64bit run on my pc using I7-3770 stock enable turbo and all setting is default use 4 threads mining speed is only 180-210 h/s it's normal?
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July 03, 2014, 12:32:58 PM
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Has anyone run any independent benchmarks of the various available CPU miners?
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July 03, 2014, 01:09:05 PM
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Has anyone run any independent benchmarks of the various available CPU miners?

Here :
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MI-ic0Os25hgGUImW54sUIjZY_pUNQNa_W8Se5pRGBs/edit?pli=1#gid=0


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July 03, 2014, 03:36:27 PM
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Thanks, but not really what I'm looking for. I'm more interested in a side by side comparison of how the different miners work on the same hardware. I would run some myself if I had the time.
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July 04, 2014, 11:23:09 AM
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Version 3.2 why am I on the XP 2003 system can not run to help solve.
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July 04, 2014, 05:59:12 PM
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Version 3.2 why am I on the XP 2003 system can not run to help solve.

Tested on Windows XP SP2 x86 successfully. What error do you have exactly?

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July 05, 2014, 08:16:28 AM
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Version 3.2 why am I on the XP 2003 system can not run to help solve.

Tested on Windows XP SP2 x86 successfully. What error do you have exactly?
A software I XP 2003 out of 1 box prompt file has been corrupted this program has been operated AMDmaybe but in 32 under the 2008 system do not have this problem
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July 05, 2014, 12:15:12 PM
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Version 3.2 why am I on the XP 2003 system can not run to help solve.

Tested on Windows XP SP2 x86 successfully. What error do you have exactly?
A software I XP 2003 out of 1 box prompt file has been corrupted this program has been operated AMDmaybe but in 32 under the 2008 system do not have this problem

I don't understand your English, sorry. There is no "XP 2003" operating system.

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July 05, 2014, 06:18:26 PM
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dear Claymore, can you make a version so we can mine BBR ?? i saw there's bbr pool online,  5 days ago, cryptozoidberg updated the pool code, and also the cpu miner tool,
this is the link ,
POOL Source Code: https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/node-boolberry-pool
CPU Miner ToolL: https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/cpuminer-multi
hope this could be help

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July 07, 2014, 10:07:10 AM
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It seems mega is down ATM, claymore, please consider a mirror.

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July 07, 2014, 10:52:49 AM
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It seems mega is down ATM, claymore, please consider a mirror.

Mirror:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B69wv2iqszefSzYyM3BTYXVxZGs&usp=sharing

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July 08, 2014, 10:22:01 AM
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Right, finally got it to work on my overclocked ol' Core2Duo E8600 (Wolfdale)... but it ain't faster than the Minergate client. Quite in the contrary.
Doing 42 H/s (fast mode!) vs 60 H/s on the minergate client.  Sad

Using -t 2

Any ideas? Or is that the most I'll ever get out of that old crust?

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July 11, 2014, 08:52:26 PM
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I doubt this has anything to do with the miner itself but I have the weirdest thing happening to me. It has happened twice now and I'm laughing / spooked.

So, I often put my miners on when I am going ot be away from my computer. I put on GPU and CPU miner and twice now when I have returned the CPU miner has been down. So I think, "it must have crashed... whatever" go to start it again... It's been deleted! GAH. This has happened twice to me know BTW. No idea what it's about. Came here to see if anyone has any insight. Perhaps my computer is ummm well.... haunted?
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I doubt this has anything to do with the miner itself but I have the weirdest thing happening to me. It has happened twice now and I'm laughing / spooked.

So, I often put my miners on when I am going ot be away from my computer. I put on GPU and CPU miner and twice now when I have returned the CPU miner has been down. So I think, "it must have crashed... whatever" go to start it again... It's been deleted! GAH. This has happened twice to me know BTW. No idea what it's about. Came here to see if anyone has any insight. Perhaps my computer is ummm well.... haunted?

Perhaps someone in your house is enjoying a practical joke?    Grin
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I doubt this has anything to do with the miner itself but I have the weirdest thing happening to me. It has happened twice now and I'm laughing / spooked.

So, I often put my miners on when I am going ot be away from my computer. I put on GPU and CPU miner and twice now when I have returned the CPU miner has been down. So I think, "it must have crashed... whatever" go to start it again... It's been deleted! GAH. This has happened twice to me know BTW. No idea what it's about. Came here to see if anyone has any insight. Perhaps my computer is ummm well.... haunted?

Maybe your antivirus is doing that  Grin
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Antivirus was doing it. Caught it in the act.... Sneaky.

edit1: The mystery was fun while it lasted.
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July 15, 2014, 10:51:29 PM
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Doesn't work with OEC, any fix on this soon?
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This is response from Kaspersky

This is not false alarm.
This file is already detected:
Trojan.Win64.BitMin.ec

It will be added in next virus signature...
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This is response from Kaspersky

This is not false alarm.
This file is already detected:
Trojan.Win64.BitMin.ec

It will be added in next virus signature...

Since my miners are not open-source I cannot prove that they are not viruses.
Moreover, perhaps Kaspersky found real viruses that use my CPU miner in botnets with botnet owner's wallet and therefore it marked it as virus too. I don't know. Though I already rejected a few attempts to hire me to help with CN botnets, it's not too complex task to include my miner in botnet.
So don't use my miners if you think that I write viruses instead of miners.

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Could you update your CPU miner to work with OEC?
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July 19, 2014, 07:55:42 AM
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Claymore, do you plan to support dashcoin?
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July 19, 2014, 12:10:41 PM
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Claymore, do you plan to support dashcoin?

just use yam miner. still donation based but it works until he does an update, and maybe some speed optimizations.... reckon he could code it so my 4770k does more then 320h/s.... Cheesy
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July 19, 2014, 05:25:31 PM
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Claymore, do you plan to support dashcoin?

Yes, I will release update with new coins support in a day.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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July 21, 2014, 03:03:27 PM
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Claymore, do you plan to support dashcoin?

Yes, I will release update with new coins support in a day.

Sir, Could you make a  X64 version CPU miner can run on Windows server 2003 X64 platform?

I trying run NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on Win 2003 Server x64 R2 platform,it's shown a message like this "NsCpuCNMiner64.exe is not a valid Win32 application" then crashed,please help.

 NsCpuCNMiner32.exe can run on win 2003 server  x64,but it's sad that only got  a so slowly hashrate.
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July 22, 2014, 10:05:31 PM
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Windows 8.1

Starting the miner with right click and admin, reboot nothing happens always slow mode.

example log: 00:50:19:188   11a0   Missed required command line options!

tried with UAC off no change


2600k 4.6Ghz getting 209 kh/s with  -t 4

Is this ok or is it slow?

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July 22, 2014, 10:34:32 PM
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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

***********************************************

this is a common issue for the cpu miner on windows 8/8.1... all my win 7 rigs work excellent but my 2 win 8.1 rigs do not like the cpu miner and wont allocate memory giveing the same error.
Any chance of looking into this issue Claymore??

Every new Windows version has more and more paranoid security settings. For Windows 8.1 x64:

1. Make sure you are logged as admin. Create shortcut for NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on desktop.
2. Open shortcut properties, and specify command line parameters, for example:
C:\miner\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.org:80 -u 449TGay4WWJPwsXrWZfkMoPtDbJp8xoSzFuyjRt3iaM4bRHdzw4qoDu26FdcGx67BMDS1r2bnp7f5hF 6xdPWWrD3Q3Wf7G6 -p x
3. Press "Advanced" button, check "Run As Administrator". Also disable UAC and reboot (perhaps this step is not ncessary for your configuration).
4. Start shortcut, I get about 290 h/s on stock i7-4770 in Windows 8.1 x64.




This fixed my previous problem! 300 kh/s

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v3.3 is available:

- Added Dashcoin, OEC, MCN and ORION support.
- Added "-r" option.
- Added "-nofee" option.
- Fixed some bugs.

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Claymore, do you plan to support dashcoin?

just use yam miner. still donation based but it works until he does an update, and maybe some speed optimizations.... reckon he could code it so my 4770k does more then 320h/s.... Cheesy
What is speed of CPU?
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The -nofee option drops my hashrate from ~265h/s to under 170h/s (i7 2600)...  Talk about garbage.  

Back to YAM miner with a 1% donation and consistent 276h/s (plus, I can actually run it my linux rigs).
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Missed required command line options!

64.bat
NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -t 4

pools.txt
stratum+tcp://mine.cryptoescrow.eu:3333 47sTZ1ovnAk2Kir1Jjit5vSnL53rHSsCEjYGmyktkuAThsX7h7QAKE4MNuBsAQAvPr9aDxg9rWLqPj3 inb3T4MuHCseCNaM x

how to use pools.txt

 thanks!
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Missed required command line options!

64.bat
NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -t 4

pools.txt
stratum+tcp://mine.cryptoescrow.eu:3333 47sTZ1ovnAk2Kir1Jjit5vSnL53rHSsCEjYGmyktkuAThsX7h7QAKE4MNuBsAQAvPr9aDxg9rWLqPj3 inb3T4MuHCseCNaM x

how to use pools.txt

 thanks!

64.bat
NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -t 4 -u 47sTZ1ovnAk2Kir1Jjit5vSnL53rHSsCEjYGmyktkuAThsX7h7QAKE4MNuBsAQAvPr9aDxg9rWLqPj3 inb3T4MuHCseCNaM  -p x

pools.txt
stratum+tcp://mine.cryptoescrow.eu:3333

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thank u!
because use *.bat , will displaye in taskmgr's command line,  :'(I wanna all in the pools.txt,so taskmgr's command line is not displayed.
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Hi, with  CPU Miner v3.3 Beta I can see this strange error (Disconnect), Why?

08/13/14-15:32:15 - New job received from xmr.crypto-pool.fr:80
Speed: 253 h/s, TotalHashes: 480K, DevHashes: 23K Mining time: 00:31
08/13/14-15:32:31 - SHARE FOUND (target 10000) - (THR 1 of 4)
08/13/14-15:33:37 - SHARE FOUND (target 10000) - (THR 1 of 4)
08/13/14-15:34:08 - New job received from xmr.crypto-pool.fr:80
Speed: 253 h/s, TotalHashes: 509K, DevHashes: 24K Mining time: 00:33
No new jobs were received for 20 mins - something wrong with this pool, disconne
ct.
Stratum - connecting to 'xmr.crypto-pool.fr' <212.129.44.156> port 80
Stratum - Connected
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1
08/13/14-15:35:49 - New job received from xmr.crypto-pool.fr:80
Speed: 254 h/s, TotalHashes: 534K, DevHashes: 25K Mining time: 00:35
08/13/14-15:36:22 - SHARE FOUND (target 10000) - (THR 3 of 4)


Mayby it is connected with 2 stratum connections?

64-bit version
CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
Logical CPU cores: 8
Number of threads: Autoselection...
Using 4 threads
scfg: 1
FAST MODE ENABLED!
3 pools specified.
Stratum - connecting to 'xmr.crypto-pool.fr' <212.129.44.155> port 80
Stratum - connecting to 'xmr.crypto-pool.fr' <212.129.44.155> port 80
Stratum - Connected
Stratum - Connected
Pool Diff 10000
...

pools.txt contains
stratum+tcp://xmr.crypto-pool.fr:80
stratum+tcp://pool.cryptoescrow.eu:443


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Hi, with  CPU Miner v3.3 Beta I can see this strange error (Disconnect), Why?

I need to see full log to see the reason. Probably second connection did not get new job for 20 min, so miner decided to disconnect from pool.

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Hi to all and ( for Claymore also)
Please if somebody here have Claymore V1.0 for CPU ( not 1.1) please give me link
Thanks!
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Hi Claymore

you support socks proxy for mining ?
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Sometimes reboot is necessary to clean RAM, otherwise miner can show "not enough memory" error.
Is there a workaround to reboot? After some time of using computer, HR drops to half and after restarting of miner I got "not enough memory error". Even when I close every possible program and get used RAM lower than its after restart, I can´t get rid of this message. 64bit Win7 w 8GB and i7 3770S.

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any performance info for amd fx processors?
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any performance info for amd fx processors?

Yes, post some hashrates for AMD CPUs please. FX series, A10, Opteron ... I couldn't find any performace of this miner on AMD CPUs.

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any performance info for amd fx processors?

Yes, post some hashrates for AMD CPUs please. FX series, A10, Opteron ... I couldn't find any performace of this miner on AMD CPUs.

164 H/s on AMD Fx 4130 Quad. Can't remember hashrate on other miners, mining along with Claymore GPU (4x R9 290) on this rig.

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Hi Claymore,

What you think about this:
http://www.imageup.ru/img231/1866636/2014-08-31-13-22-51-skrinshot-ehkrana.png?
Microsoft Security Essentials said: "File NsCpuCNMiner32.exe contain trojan Win32/CoinMiner.AD"

Archive was download just now from you link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B69wv2iqszefSzYyM3BTYXVxZGs&usp=sharing from first page of this forum.
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Hi Claymore,

What you think about this:
Microsoft Security Essentials said: "File NsCpuCNMiner32.exe contain trojan Win32/CoinMiner.AD"

Archive was download just now from you link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B69wv2iqszefSzYyM3BTYXVxZGs&usp=sharing from first page of this forum.

Two pages ago
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7908079#msg7908079

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hi, dev, are u here ? Grin Grin

I need your help

I use xeon E5645 2.4G /2proc, totle 24cpu, and use 3.3 version for win64

when I use  18 proc,  Speed: 185 h/s,
        I use  16 proc, Speed: 250 h/s,
     then I use 8 proc, Speed: 261 h/s,

why ??

and 16P got more share than 8p , why speed not faster ?

so , how to set cpu proc number will be better !? Embarrassed Embarrassed
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Speed depends on L3 cache size, one thread takes 2MB. So if you have L3 cache =10MB you won't get better speed if you set threads >5, instead, you can get even worse speed.

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Speed depends on L3 cache size, one thread takes 2MB. So if you have L3 cache =10MB you won't get better speed if you set threads >5, instead, you can get even worse speed.

ok.

if I use two e5-2620 2.0G with 6core,
L3 cache = 15M

"one thread takes 2MB" ??!!

then , how can I got higher speed?

=======================================================
64-bit version
CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
Logical CPU cores: 12
Using 8 threads

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1
09/17/14-02:09:08 - New job
Speed: 165 h/s, TotalHashes

----------------------------
64-bit version
CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
Logical CPU cores: 12
Using 6 threads

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1
09/17/14-02:09:08 - New job
Speed: 204 h/s, TotalHashes


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Make sure that miners shows "fast mode enabled" message. If so, the only thing you can do is to try different number of threads and see the speed. With 15MB cache 6 or 7 threads is the best (Windows and/or other apps can "eat" some cache). No other options are available.

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Make sure that miners shows "fast mode enabled" message. If so, the only thing you can do is to try different number of threads and see the speed. With 15MB cache 6 or 7 threads is the best (Windows and/or other apps can "eat" some cache). No other options are available.

tks,

only one problem is why

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1

readme show : 1/20 share for you ,  how to confirm the share diff ? Cheesy Grin
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Speed depends on L3 cache size, one thread takes 2MB. So if you have L3 cache =10MB you won't get better speed if you set threads >5, instead, you can get even worse speed.

ok.

if I use two e5-2620 2.0G with 6core,
L3 cache = 15M

"one thread takes 2MB" ??!!

then , how can I got higher speed?

=======================================================
64-bit version
CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
Logical CPU cores: 12
Using 8 threads

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1
09/17/14-02:09:08 - New job
Speed: 165 h/s, TotalHashes

----------------------------
64-bit version
CPU supports AES-NI - faster mining!
Logical CPU cores: 12
Using 6 threads

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1
09/17/14-02:09:08 - New job
Speed: 204 h/s, TotalHashes


======================

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It makes sense - 1st case 8 threads x 2MB =16 but you have only 15MB L3 therefore the second case is faster. Try 7 threads. Wink

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Make sure that miners shows "fast mode enabled" message. If so, the only thing you can do is to try different number of threads and see the speed. With 15MB cache 6 or 7 threads is the best (Windows and/or other apps can "eat" some cache). No other options are available.

tks,

only one problem is why

Pool Diff 25000.1
DevFee: Pool Diff 35000.1

readme show : 1/20 share for you ,  how to confirm the share diff ? Cheesy Grin

Devfee Diff depends on pool, it sets the Diff. Some pools set high Diff for devfee wallet to reduce server load, if set devfee Diff 1/20 of main Diff, miner will send devfee shares with same speed as main shares (though devfee shares will be in 20 times cheaper than main shares), but it will cause high pool server load because it must check all shares, both main and devfee. By setting high devfee Diff, pool reduces its load by almost 50%. If devfee Diff is same as main Diff, you will find about 1 devfee share for 19 main shares (exactly as described in readme file), you can check this stat: enable debug logging, run miner for an hour or longer, then check log file and calculate shares ratio.

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******************** ERROR ********************

CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY!
Error #103-1-1
Start miner with ADMIN rights to configure system for best performance and then
REBOOT computer.
It is necessary to do it only once.

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this is a common issue for the cpu miner on windows 8/8.1... all my win 7 rigs work excellent but my 2 win 8.1 rigs do not like the cpu miner and wont allocate memory giveing the same error.
Any chance of looking into this issue Claymore??

Every new Windows version has more and more paranoid security settings. For Windows 8.1 x64:

1. Make sure you are logged as admin. Create shortcut for NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on desktop.
2. Open shortcut properties, and specify command line parameters, for example:
C:\miner\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.org:80 -u 449TGay4WWJPwsXrWZfkMoPtDbJp8xoSzFuyjRt3iaM4bRHdzw4qoDu26FdcGx67BMDS1r2bnp7f5hF 6xdPWWrD3Q3Wf7G6 -p x
3. Press "Advanced" button, check "Run As Administrator". Also disable UAC and reboot (perhaps this step is not ncessary for your configuration).
4. Start shortcut, I get about 290 h/s on stock i7-4770 in Windows 8.1 x64.





This worked perfectly! The improved hashrate compared to the other miners more than makes up for the fee. Keep up the good work!
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Anybody running it along with XPM Claymore miner?
I tried and it adversely affects XPM miner's performance. Is it just me?
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.
It is not only claymore, I have it on Wolfs and Minergate as well. I think it is not due to miner but due to using of L3 cache by PC which could be filled up by services of OS or using of other software.

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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.
It is not only claymore, I have it on Wolfs and Minergate as well. I think it is not due to miner but due to using of L3 cache by PC which could be filled up by services of OS or using of other software.

Thanks, i got it.
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.

I had this same issue on 3.3, but 3.2 works fine for me. It could be totally irrelevant, but ive found a few random things will net more performance from Claymores CPU miner...

1.) Do not disable log files by using "-dbg -1" I found that doing so hurts the hashrate by 5-10 h/s. No idea why, but ive reproduced the issue on a couple other machines I have.

2.) To get the best hash rate shut down your computer, versus rebooting it. If I reboot my machine and load the CPU miner my hashrate will be 190-200 h/s and it will fluctuate. If I shut my computer then load the miner I get 225 h/s solid.

None of these really make any sense as to why they work, but they have worked consistently for me. Good luck!
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.

It will decrease as soon as you start some other applications, all apps use L3 cache a bit (and windows services too) and therefore mining speed will be slower.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.

It will decrease as soon as you start some other applications, all apps use L3 cache a bit (and windows services too) and therefore mining speed will be slower.

Any way for reseting L3 cache without reboot ?
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Claymore, why the cpu miner has problems with performance in time (day and more). It's degrade. For example i got Xeon 2xE5645 in stock, it shows ~340H\s max performance and it starts decrease for 310 in end of 24 hours, then 280 and so on? Reboot helps but it repeat again. Core i7-2600K show the same result with degrade speed.

It will decrease as soon as you start some other applications, all apps use L3 cache a bit (and windows services too) and therefore mining speed will be slower.

Any way for reseting L3 cache without reboot ?

Restart your PC is only way.

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September 29, 2014, 05:51:54 AM
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Hi.
I'm sorry if this was asked before, but is there a way to configure this miner through Tor (Socks) or ISA (http/https) proxy? I have 4 machines at work and the pools cannot resolve.
Thanks in advance.

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Hi.
I'm sorry if this was asked before, but is there a way to configure this miner through Tor (Socks) or ISA (http/https) proxy? I have 4 machines at work and the pools cannot resolve.
Thanks in advance.

Current version of the miner does not support proxies.

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Thanks for the prompt reply. I guess that no workaround that you are aware of, is feasible at the moment...

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I've seen the dev fee was decreased in GPU miner to 2.5%. Will you consider decreasing also the CPU miner fee any time soon?

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I've seen the dev fee was decreased in GPU miner to 2.5%. Will you consider decreasing also the CPU miner fee any time soon?

Yes, I will release an update in 2-3 days, it will also include some other improvements.

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I'm getting virus warning like below in the latest Panda Antivirus.
Anyone else experiencing the same?
Trj/CI.A allows hackers to get into and carry out dangerous actions in affected computers, such as capturing screenshots, stealing personal data, etc.

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I'm getting virus warning like below in the latest Panda Antivirus.
Anyone else experiencing the same?
Trj/CI.A allows hackers to get into and carry out dangerous actions in affected computers, such as capturing screenshots, stealing personal data, etc.

Three pages back:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7908079#msg7908079

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I've seen the dev fee was decreased in GPU miner to 2.5%. Will you consider decreasing also the CPU miner fee any time soon?

Yes, I will release an update in 2-3 days, it will also include some other improvements.

Hello, third day is almost end, how long we have to wait ? Thank you.
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I've seen the dev fee was decreased in GPU miner to 2.5%. Will you consider decreasing also the CPU miner fee any time soon?

Yes, I will release an update in 2-3 days, it will also include some other improvements.

Hello, third day is almost end, how long we have to wait ? Thank you.

Almost finished, I need a few hours to finish/test it, so it will be available either today or tomorrow.

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I've seen the dev fee was decreased in GPU miner to 2.5%. Will you consider decreasing also the CPU miner fee any time soon?

Yes, I will release an update in 2-3 days, it will also include some other improvements.

Hello, third day is almost end, how long we have to wait ? Thank you.

Almost finished, I need a few hours to finish/test it, so it will be available either today or tomorrow.

Eagerly waiting fir that to test.
Ready for any pre-launch or beta release?

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v3.4 is available:

- Reduced dev fee, now it is 2.5%.
- Improved speed by 1-3%.
- Improved pool-related routines: less disconnects, more hashrate on some pools.

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Xeon-E3 1230v2 (Ivy)

-t 4 240 h/s -> 260 h/s

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How much hashrate is possible with 7950?
Anyone using this GPU for CryptoNote?

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How much hashrate is possible with 7950?
Anyone using this GPU for CryptoNote?

Wrong thread. GPU miner discussion is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.0

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I gave a try to the new version and, on i7 920 it's still slower than my super-old cpuminer-multi 1.0.3.

Is that normal? Am I missing anything? If I would get (for myself) at least the same hash rate as the old miner, I would use yours, at least for the failsafe options...

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I gave a try to the new version and, on i7 920 it's still slower than my super-old cpuminer-multi 1.0.3.

Is that normal? Am I missing anything? If I would get (for myself) at least the same hash rate as the old miner, I would use yours, at least for the failsafe options...
what about this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7977109#msg7977109 maybe it helps you. I was not able to make it work, but it is my problem.

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I gave a try to the new version and, on i7 920 it's still slower than my super-old cpuminer-multi 1.0.3.

Is that normal? Am I missing anything? If I would get (for myself) at least the same hash rate as the old miner, I would use yours, at least for the failsafe options...
what about this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7977109#msg7977109 maybe it helps you. I was not able to make it work, but it is my problem.

I did some more tests and ... still bad.
If I use 4 threads I get low hash rate, if I use 8 threads I don't have enough memory and go into slow mode.

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I gave a try to the new version and, on i7 920 it's still slower than my super-old cpuminer-multi 1.0.3.

Is that normal? Am I missing anything? If I would get (for myself) at least the same hash rate as the old miner, I would use yours, at least for the failsafe options...
what about this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7977109#msg7977109 maybe it helps you. I was not able to make it work, but it is my problem.

I did some more tests and ... still bad.
If I use 4 threads I get low hash rate, if I use 8 threads I don't have enough memory and go into slow mode.

I don't have 920 CPU here to test it, so I cannot investigate this issue. If some other miner works better for you then probably you should use it instead.

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Thank you for the new version. Problem with L2 cache is solved and hashes is permanent in time.  

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I gave a try to the new version and, on i7 920 it's still slower than my super-old cpuminer-multi 1.0.3.

Is that normal? Am I missing anything? If I would get (for myself) at least the same hash rate as the old miner, I would use yours, at least for the failsafe options...
what about this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7977109#msg7977109 maybe it helps you. I was not able to make it work, but it is my problem.

I did some more tests and ... still bad.
If I use 4 threads I get low hash rate, if I use 8 threads I don't have enough memory and go into slow mode.
Finally the Calymore works on my PC. I was not able to update the shortcut properties as described in readme.txt point 2nd. Then I recognized it has to be written different way like in this advice http://superuser.com/questions/29569/how-to-add-command-line-options-to-shortcut. I put pool and parameters behind the quotes and all work properly.

Thank you - Calymore is the fastest CPU miner I have ever had.

Calymore, maybe think to update the readme for total noob like me. :-)

Here is my example just in case somebody is "lama" like me: "C:\Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner v3.4 Beta - POOL\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe" -o stratum+tcp://mcn-bcn.pool.minergate.com:45650 -u email -p x -t 3

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so which one is better Claymore's or Wolf's?
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You have to try them both yourself I'm afraid, there's no definitive answer. It depends on your system and there's very little benchmark data available.
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so which one is better Claymore's or Wolf's?
I used to use Wolf and now Calymore - both on W8.1 and Minergate (i5-2500K @ 3.3GHz overlocked to 4.2GHz) -t 3.
Wolf - shows 150-180 h/s - and hash rate showed in Wolf command window is the same like you see on minergate web page
Calymore - shows  220-240 h/s - more stable in showing hash rate in Calymore command window than Wolf but on minergate web page the information of hash rate is not as stable as in command window and on Minergare web site I see range from 130 to 280h/s.

My personal feeling is Calymore is slightly better on Minergate. maybe Calymore is more influenced by other work on the PC which is mining.

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I use claymore's gpu miner and I like it a lot but wolf's looks pretty good too.  I have an old Intel celeron 2.7 GHz processor and I'm not sure which one to use for it
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so which one is better Claymore's or Wolf's?
I used to use Wolf and now Calymore - both on W8.1 and Minergate (i5-2500K @ 3.3GHz overlocked to 4.2GHz) -t 3.
Wolf - shows 150-180 h/s - and hash rate showed in Wolf command window is the same like you see on minergate web page
Calymore - shows  220-240 h/s - more stable in showing hash rate in Calymore command window than Wolf but on minergate web page the information of hash rate is not as stable as in command window and on Minergare web site I see range from 130 to 280h/s.

My personal feeling is Calymore is slightly better on Minergate. maybe Calymore is more influenced by other work on the PC which is mining.

or you could use YAM XMR miner, it does 220 on my I5 2500 non k edition not OC'ed at t3 plus you can set the donation levels alot lower.
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so which one is better Claymore's or Wolf's?
Claymore's.


Xeon 8 cores - Wolf's = ~190
Xeon 8 cores - Claymore's = ~250

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Wolf is a hack, but a clever one.

Claymore is an actual developer.
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Wolf is a hack, but a clever one.

Claymore is an actual developer.

Well, Wolf's is more stable.
I tested it on 4 of my servers.
Never failed of gone down. Works 24h 7days - no problem @90% of cpu usage.

Clay's crash alot of times, but gives more power. If you're monitoring it daily, you then u use it. If not (like set and forget), then use Wolf's.

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1 more thing (just found out),

on Xeon E5-1650 processor, use 6 threads for best result.
Tested with 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7 = none gives more then with 6 threads.
With this processor your minning goes ~290-310 @6 threads.

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1 more thing (just found out),

on Xeon E5-1650 processor, use 6 threads for best result.
Tested with 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7 = none gives more then with 6 threads.
With this processor your minning goes ~290-310 @6 threads.

of course because your processor has "only" 12MB L3 cache. You need 2MB for one thread.

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MS security Essentials has started flagging this as a trojan.  Also any chance of a faster miner? Smiley
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Speaking of CPU miners for CryptoNote, I never had issues with Claymore.
Neither with Wolf0, but Clay shows little more hps.

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MS security Essentials has started flagging this as a trojan.  Also any chance of a faster miner? Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7908079#msg7908079

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i cant mine with the normal or high performance mod or mine with slow mod.İ did what did you want from users so opened it as administrator and its closed 1,2 sec after opened what should ı do for correcting this ?

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i cant mine with the normal or high performance mod or mine with slow mod.İ did what did you want from users so opened it as administrator and its closed 1,2 sec after opened what should ı do for correcting this ?

Start console (cmd.exe) and launch .bat for miner from it, this way you will see messages that miner shows before closing.

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I am getting an Failed to connect error. Suggestions?
I am using these setting

NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.com:3333 -u 42RXCnWcaXp1kyje4s2ky29ELrQSbSRRPHYHVrEgq1TDcJojvUZ3UAc5d3gTtca3hW8mqt72TzJEX1m J5ASKpNfLJZq3r8N -p x



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I am getting an Failed to connect error. Suggestions?
I am using these setting

NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://mine.moneropool.com:3333 -u 42RXCnWcaXp1kyje4s2ky29ELrQSbSRRPHYHVrEgq1TDcJojvUZ3UAc5d3gTtca3hW8mqt72TzJEX1m J5ASKpNfLJZq3r8N -p x





Anyone?
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my cpu is i5 4440 ... can u tell me that my cpu has aes ni feature or not ??
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my cpu is i5 4440 ... can u tell me that my cpu has aes ni feature or not ??

http://ark.intel.com/products/75038/Intel-Core-i5-4440-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3_30-GHz

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Just thought I'd post results using this miner.

Running 2 instances of the exe/cfg/bat:

Dual E5-2697 v2 (24c/48t) / 128 GB Ram

Reporting System Side Hashrate: 1160 h/sec

Poolside Hashrate: Ranges between 1.1 k/hash and 2.3 k/hash (Thinking the high k/hash rate is due to the pools reporting method/timing; an anomoly; not actually getting 2.3 k/hash - but I could be wrong.



Also; I thought I had come across a post recently where a CPU Miner had been released which acheived 1 k/hash mining XMR with a single 4770k CPU. The miner was specifically tuned for the 4770k.

Possibly I got things confused... anyone know anything about this or am I mistaken?

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Also; I thought I had come across a post recently where a CPU Miner had been released which acheived 1 k/hash mining XMR with a single 4770k CPU. The miner was specifically tuned for the 4770k.

Possibly I got things confused... anyone know anything about this or am I mistaken?

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1kh/s on a single 4770k ? No way.
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Also; I thought I had come across a post recently where a CPU Miner had been released which acheived 1 k/hash mining XMR with a single 4770k CPU. The miner was specifically tuned for the 4770k.

Possibly I got things confused... anyone know anything about this or am I mistaken?

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1kh/s on a single 4770k ? No way.

It is about 300H/S on stock.
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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

Thanks!

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That's not the actual script, and JS doesn't allow access to CPU instructions, so not really.

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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

Thanks!

Strato

That's not the actual script, and JS doesn't allow access to CPU instructions, so not really.

I've used the webminer too; it delivers about 1H/s on an i5, while using all the available CPU power. What's even more interesting though, is that when you try to run it from a mobile phone (Samsung Note 3) it manages about 2-3H/s!!! I'm a bit confused, but I think that's it's a JS routine that does only the computation work and another routine takes the shares for it.

Just speculating of course, I can't say for sure.

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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

Thanks!

Strato

That's not the actual script, and JS doesn't allow access to CPU instructions, so not really.

I've used the webminer too; it delivers about 1H/s on an i5, while using all the available CPU power. What's even more interesting though, is that when you try to run it from a mobile phone (Samsung Note 3) it manages about 2-3H/s!!! I'm a bit confused, but I think that's it's a JS routine that does only the computation work and another routine takes the shares for it.

Just speculating of course, I can't say for sure.

The JS is completely emulated - the hashrate you get may as well be the output of a random number generator.

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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

Thanks!

Strato

That's not the actual script, and JS doesn't allow access to CPU instructions, so not really.

I've used the webminer too; it delivers about 1H/s on an i5, while using all the available CPU power. What's even more interesting though, is that when you try to run it from a mobile phone (Samsung Note 3) it manages about 2-3H/s!!! I'm a bit confused, but I think that's it's a JS routine that does only the computation work and another routine takes the shares for it.

Just speculating of course, I can't say for sure.

The JS is completely emulated - the hashrate you get may as well be the output of a random number generator.

Interesting, but Wolf0, I also noticed that while only 1 h/s is realized, the browser does in fact cause the cpu to jump accordingly. I even bound the browser to cpus, i tried 2 cpus, and it maxes out 2 cpus.

So that said, it's doing something.... What though?

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This question is purely posted out of curiosity.

The website Minergate has a feature called web mining; where simply having a browser tab open that includes the following code enables mining of one of a number of chosen Cryptonote currencies.

However the speed is a fraction (reporting less than 1 h/s) of what you would get using the same number of cores via a miner such as Claymore's.

Would scripting a miner like Claymore's into a code similar to the following even be possible? Perhaps if you ran it on a VPS or what not?

Here is the webmining script from Minergate:

Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
    (function() {
        var w = document.createElement("iframe");
        w.style.border = 'none';
        w.style.width = '293px';
        w.style.height = '73px';
        w.src = 'http://minergate.com/wmr/mro/emailaddress%40accountuser.com/1/88rr95245d7cd44f/big/0';
        var s = document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0];
        s.appendChild(w, s);
    })();
</script>

Thanks!

Strato

That's not the actual script, and JS doesn't allow access to CPU instructions, so not really.

I've used the webminer too; it delivers about 1H/s on an i5, while using all the available CPU power. What's even more interesting though, is that when you try to run it from a mobile phone (Samsung Note 3) it manages about 2-3H/s!!! I'm a bit confused, but I think that's it's a JS routine that does only the computation work and another routine takes the shares for it.

Just speculating of course, I can't say for sure.

The JS is completely emulated - the hashrate you get may as well be the output of a random number generator.

Interesting, but Wolf0, I also noticed that while only 1 h/s is realized, the browser does in fact cause the cpu to jump accordingly. I even bound the browser to cpus, i tried 2 cpus, and it maxes out 2 cpus.

So that said, it's doing something.... What though?

Strato

It's doing Cryptonight... just... badly.

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The new version of the accident is not planned? A long time ago there was no upgrades.
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June 27, 2015, 03:29:02 PM
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thx for the software but ur devfee is happening a lot more than 2.5%
on mine every 4th and 5th share accepted is devfee
full day mining with urs and wolfs and got more with wolfs at 140h/s vs urs at 170h/s
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thx for the software but ur devfee is happening a lot more than 2.5%
on mine every 4th and 5th share accepted is devfee
full day mining with urs and wolfs and got more with wolfs at 140h/s vs urs at 170h/s

1. If you get more profit with other miner - use it.
2. Before estimating devfee learn what is "share target" and compare targets for main shares and for devfee shares, miner shows that information.
And/or read previous messages in the topic, it's a good idea: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647251.msg7330889#msg7330889

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I´m getting about 430h/s on a dual Xeon X5650 rig (total of 12 cores at 2.66GHz). Is this a speed that is to be expected?

Using 10 threads and no other setting changes. I do have faster mining enabled.

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I´m getting about 430h/s on a dual Xeon X5650 rig (total of 12 cores at 2.66GHz). Is this a speed that is to be expected?

Using 10 threads and no other setting changes. I do have faster mining enabled.


That is more or less right.
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I´m getting about 430h/s on a dual Xeon X5650 rig (total of 12 cores at 2.66GHz). Is this a speed that is to be expected?

Using 10 threads and no other setting changes. I do have faster mining enabled.


Curious what are you mining?  The x56xx series does quite well however I have not seen anything worth mining in awhile?
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Im getting 275 H/s with a FX-6300 (overclocked to run at 4.5 Ghz)
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I'm using default config for CPU mininmg.
I thinkg it's best solution as CPU will not overheat and hash rate is pretty good.
But wondering, if - for exaple - I have CPU with 36 core and it run by default (50%) 18 core, will the effect remain for like a month or I do need to change it by some time?

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Hello!

Do you have any plans to make new version?

AEON mining doesn't work properly after last hardfork, BTW Sad

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what is cannot convert blob data I keep getting that. also I don't understand a lot thr when you get a share. I may try the gpu version next week
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Hi all,
i've coded a simple GUI for this awesome miner.
now you can start multiple instances with different parameters, store pools in one place and it also shows the graph of total hashrate according to logs.

https://github.com/curly-brace/Claymore-CPU-Miner-GUI

there is also a precompiled archive with latest miner included, for non-programmer guys)

i like DigitalNote ^_^
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any news?

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Hi all,

I'm using Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner but can't start error with ;

Wrong wallet address my adress - XMR/QCN/BCN/FCN/Aeon/Duck/Dash/OEC/MCN/ORION addresses are supported only.
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bat files :NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://dsh.miner.center:8555 -u my adress -p x

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April 04, 2016, 10:45:30 AM
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Hi all,

I'm using Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner but can't start error with ;

Wrong wallet address my adress - XMR/QCN/BCN/FCN/Aeon/Duck/Dash/OEC/MCN/ORION addresses are supported only.
121c   Pool dsh.miner.center removed from the list
121c   No pools specified! Specify at least one pool in "pools.txt" file or in "-o" parameter.


bat files :NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://dsh.miner.center:8555 -u my adress -p x

Have an idea?

Thx.
I don't see any DSH pool on miner.center.
Try some other pool.

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April 04, 2016, 10:55:41 AM
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Hi all,

I'm using Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner but can't start error with ;

Wrong wallet address my adress - XMR/QCN/BCN/FCN/Aeon/Duck/Dash/OEC/MCN/ORION addresses are supported only.
121c   Pool dsh.miner.center removed from the list
121c   No pools specified! Specify at least one pool in "pools.txt" file or in "-o" parameter.


bat files :NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://dsh.miner.center:8555 -u my adress -p x

Have an idea?

Thx.
I don't see any DSH pool on miner.center.
Try some other pool.

thx so much, i will try and do you have another advice?

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April 04, 2016, 11:11:55 AM
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bcn.pool.minergate.com:45550 -u YOUR_EMAIL -p x successful

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April 05, 2016, 03:45:27 PM
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Be very careful, guys!

Claymore miners are very fast but a lot of shit inside Sad

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April 12, 2016, 09:13:55 AM
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Be very careful, guys!

Claymore miners are very fast but a lot of shit inside Sad

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April 16, 2016, 01:52:36 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=693680.msg14560949#msg14560949

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June 07, 2016, 05:08:25 PM
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Is it possible to mine another (a newer) Cryptonote coin?
Miner says "unknown wallet address"
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June 07, 2016, 06:13:26 PM
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Is it possible to mine another (a newer) Cryptonote coin?
Miner says "unknown wallet address"

No, currently it supports only XMR, QCN, FCN, BCN, Aeon, Duck, Dashcoin, OEC, MCN, ORION.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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