Not having luck with Phoenix. I get the following message:
"Error: -u does not exist."
Using same user.worker info and password that works with GUIMiner. I'm running a HD 5870 GPU.
Here is what I tried:
Phoenix.exe -u http://xxxxxx.worker1
:email@example.com:8332/ -k phatk platform=0 device=0 VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=10 worksize=128 FASTLOOP=false
phoenix.exe -u http://xxxxxx.worker1
:firstname.lastname@example.org:8332/ -k phatk2 DEVICE=0 VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=4
Phoenix 2.0 is using config file for the parameters, modify phoenix.cfg located in the same folder:
Just run it with no parameters.
autodetect = +cl -cpu #Use autodetect for all OpenCL devices, except those which are CPUs.
verbose = False #Enable verbose logging?
backend = http://xxxxxx.worker1
backups = http://xxxxxx.worker1
failback = 300 #Seconds between attempts to reconnect to primary backend when using backups. (0 to disable)
queuesize = 2 #Target/maximum size of the queue
queuedelay = 5 #Seconds before work expires to request more work
statusinterval = 1 #Seconds between statusbar updates
ratesamples = 120 #Number of samples to average for hashrate reporting
logfile = C:\inetpub\wwwroot\phoenix\log.txt #Set this option to log to a file.
disabled = False #Disable the RPC server?
autoconfigure = false #Automatically configure this device?
kernel = phatk2 #The kernel to use for the device
start_undetected = False #Do not start the kernel if the device is not present
disabled = False #Disable this device?
worksize = 256 #Work group size, tweaking this option may improve performance
vectors = True #Use unit2 vectors? (enable this or vectors4, not both)
vectors4 = False #Use uint4 vectors? (enable this or vectors, not both)
vectors8 = False #Use uint4 vectors? (enable this or vectors, not both)
bfi_int = True #Use BFI_INT instruction on ATI VLIW GPUs?
goffset = True #Use OpenCL 1.1 global offset?
fastloop = False #Use fast internal loop? (ideal for low aggression)
aggression = 13 #Number of nonces to test per kernel execution (lower value = less desktop lag, higher value = higher hashrate)
autoconfigure = true #Automatically configure this device?