Bitcoin Forum
March 26, 2017, 05:15:19 PM *
News: Latest stable version of Bitcoin Core: 0.14.0  [Torrent]. (New!)
 
   Home   Help Search Donate Login Register  
Pages: « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [10] 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 »
  Print  
Author Topic: [ANN] Miner Control 1.6.1 - Auto profit switching miner controller  (Read 109053 times)
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 02:18:06 AM
 #181

OK, so I get miner control config'd and the control panel comes up. When I hit auto eventually all status displays as dead. Help!?

error log:

Type: InvalidOperationException
Message: Sequence contains no elements
Stack trace:    at System.Linq.Enumerable.First[TSource](IEnumerable`1 source)
   at MinerControl.MiningEngine.RunBestAlgo(Boolean isMinimizedToTray)


over and over

First, try launching a miner manually (start button on the price grid).  If it doesn't start then you have a config error causing the miner to go dead.

Best guess is an error in your conf file.  If you provide a copy of it I can take a look.  Most likely you are not getting any valid miner entries from the file so trying to determine the best paying algo throws an error.

Try running with the sample conf file bundled with the executable.  Put in your Bitcoin address and TMB key.  Start modifying from there to put your own miner information in.

{
    "general": {
        "power": 0.10,
        "exchange": 500,
        "currencycode": "USD",
        "mintime": 4,
        "maxtime": 30,
        "switchtime": 3,
        "deadtime": 10,
        "logerrors": true,
        "gridsortmode": 1,
        "minerkillmode": 1,
        "traymode": 1,
        "donationpercentage": 2,
        "donationfrequency": 240
    },
    "algorithms": [
        { "name": "x11", "hashrate": 5251, "power": 49 },
        { "name": "x13", "hashrate": 4024, "power": 49 },
        { "name": "x15", "hashrate": 3270, "power": 52 },
        { "name": "nist5", "hashrate": 15682, "power": 54 }
    ],
    "nicehash": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "weight": 0.75,
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://stratum.nicehash.com",
        "algos": [
        { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3336 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3337 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" }
        ]
    },
    "westhash": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://stratum.westhash.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3336 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3337 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" }
        ]
    },
    "trademybit": {
        "apikey": "oops",
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://east01.us.trademybit.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:4440 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:5550 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:6660 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:7770 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" }
        ]
    },
    "yaamp": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://yaamp.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3533 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3633 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3733 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3833 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"}
        ]
    }
}
1490548519
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1490548519

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1490548519
Reply with quote  #2

1490548519
Report to moderator
1490548519
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1490548519

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1490548519
Reply with quote  #2

1490548519
Report to moderator
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1490548519
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1490548519

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1490548519
Reply with quote  #2

1490548519
Report to moderator
1490548519
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1490548519

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1490548519
Reply with quote  #2

1490548519
Report to moderator
1490548519
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1490548519

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1490548519
Reply with quote  #2

1490548519
Report to moderator
StuffOfInterest
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 375


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 02:21:47 AM
 #182

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!

OK, so I get miner control config'd and the control panel comes up. When I hit auto eventually all status displays as dead. Help!?

error log:

Type: InvalidOperationException
Message: Sequence contains no elements
Stack trace:    at System.Linq.Enumerable.First[TSource](IEnumerable`1 source)
   at MinerControl.MiningEngine.RunBestAlgo(Boolean isMinimizedToTray)


over and over

First, try launching a miner manually (start button on the price grid).  If it doesn't start then you have a config error causing the miner to go dead.

Best guess is an error in your conf file.  If you provide a copy of it I can take a look.  Most likely you are not getting any valid miner entries from the file so trying to determine the best paying algo throws an error.

Try running with the sample conf file bundled with the executable.  Put in your Bitcoin address and TMB key.  Start modifying from there to put your own miner information in.

{
    "general": {
        "power": 0.10,
        "exchange": 500,
        "currencycode": "USD",
        "mintime": 4,
        "maxtime": 30,
        "switchtime": 3,
        "deadtime": 10,
        "logerrors": true,
        "gridsortmode": 1,
        "minerkillmode": 1,
        "traymode": 1,
        "donationpercentage": 2,
        "donationfrequency": 240
    },
    "algorithms": [
        { "name": "x11", "hashrate": 5251, "power": 49 },
        { "name": "x13", "hashrate": 4024, "power": 49 },
        { "name": "x15", "hashrate": 3270, "power": 52 },
        { "name": "nist5", "hashrate": 15682, "power": 54 }
    ],
    "nicehash": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "weight": 0.75,
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://stratum.nicehash.com",
        "algos": [
        { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3336 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3337 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
        { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" }
        ]
    },
    "westhash": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://stratum.westhash.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3336 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3337 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.08" }
        ]
    },
    "trademybit": {
        "apikey": "KEEPYOURKEYPRIVATE!",
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://east01.us.trademybit.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:4440 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:5550 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:6660 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:7770 -u_ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x" }
        ]
    },
    "yaamp": {
        "account": "14pZvGeJZ5J3SvtgTBtCHszRbxoNTKNeyW",
        "worker": "1",
        "param1": "-q -r 3 -R 10 -a",
        "param2": "stratum+tcp://yaamp.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x11 -o _PARAM2_:3533 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x13 -o _PARAM2_:3633 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ x15 -o _PARAM2_:3733 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"},
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "", "command": "ccminer-52.exe", "arguments": "_PARAM1_ nist5 -o _PARAM2_:3833 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_"}
        ]
    }
}


Miner Control to get auto algorithm switching for multiple mining services. (please donate if you like)
Could Proof of Blockchain (PoBC) help secure a coin and avoid runaway ASIC mining?
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 02:29:14 AM
 #183

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!

[/quote]

ccminer-52.exe is in the same folder as minercontroller.exe as is msvcr120.dll.

Double clicking on ccminer-52 directly causes it to flash and go away faster then I can read what the window says.

clicking on "start" button the status goes to "running" the box next to it with time stays at all zero. While the time next to the AUTO button increments, at 2 minutes on the top panel and still all zero's on the row.

oh, and no ccminer (dos-like) window opens
StuffOfInterest
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 375


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 02:32:46 AM
 #184

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!


ccminer-52.exe is in the same folder as minercontroller.exe as is msvcr120.dll.

Double clicking on ccminer-52 directly causes it to flash and go away faster then I can read what the window says.

clicking on "start" button the status goes to "running" the box next to it with time stays at all zero. While the time next to the AUTO button increments, at 2 minutes on the top panel and still all zero's on the row.
[/quote]

Try putting a batch file in the folder with a full launch command for ccminer along with a pause afterward.  It feels like something is going wrong with the launch.  If the miner exits immediately then MC will declare the entry dead which appears to be what you are seeing.

Miner Control to get auto algorithm switching for multiple mining services. (please donate if you like)
Could Proof of Blockchain (PoBC) help secure a coin and avoid runaway ASIC mining?
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 02:37:02 AM
 #185

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!


ccminer-52.exe is in the same folder as minercontroller.exe as is msvcr120.dll.

Double clicking on ccminer-52 directly causes it to flash and go away faster then I can read what the window says.

clicking on "start" button the status goes to "running" the box next to it with time stays at all zero. While the time next to the AUTO button increments, at 2 minutes on the top panel and still all zero's on the row.

Try putting a batch file in the folder with a full launch command for ccminer along with a pause afterward.  It feels like something is going wrong with the launch.  If the miner exits immediately then MC will declare the entry dead which appears to be what you are seeing.
[/quote]

OK, figured it out

it comes up "ccminer for nvidia GPUs by so and so
last line before pause is
ccminer-52.exe: Heavycoin hash requires block reward vote parameter (see --vote)
DemosMirak
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 146


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 06:51:33 PM
 #186

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!


ccminer-52.exe is in the same folder as minercontroller.exe as is msvcr120.dll.

Double clicking on ccminer-52 directly causes it to flash and go away faster then I can read what the window says.

clicking on "start" button the status goes to "running" the box next to it with time stays at all zero. While the time next to the AUTO button increments, at 2 minutes on the top panel and still all zero's on the row.

Try putting a batch file in the folder with a full launch command for ccminer along with a pause afterward.  It feels like something is going wrong with the launch.  If the miner exits immediately then MC will declare the entry dead which appears to be what you are seeing.

OK, figured it out

it comes up "ccminer for nvidia GPUs by so and so
last line before pause is
ccminer-52.exe: Heavycoin hash requires block reward vote parameter (see --vote)

[/quote]

You're not running heavy algo, are you? I remember this being an issue some time ago with the miner, are you sure it is the newest version?

BTC: 13enECLM3M3gjQDoBKouXuYFG4zXaDdDPx
LTC: LRTbQNQcRjZV51PivQdhK7zpMtJYPouqR9
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 07:59:47 PM
 #187

Is "ccminer-52.exe" in the same folder as MinerControl.exe?

Also, try double-clicking directly on the ccminer-52.exe executable.  If you get a windows security message make sure you select to not show the error again.  This can cause errors if Windows blocks the program from running.

And again, try using the start buttons on the individual price entries to see what happens.

Oh, and edit your posting to remove your API key.  That is like giving away to the keys to your house!


ccminer-52.exe is in the same folder as minercontroller.exe as is msvcr120.dll.

Double clicking on ccminer-52 directly causes it to flash and go away faster then I can read what the window says.

clicking on "start" button the status goes to "running" the box next to it with time stays at all zero. While the time next to the AUTO button increments, at 2 minutes on the top panel and still all zero's on the row.

Try putting a batch file in the folder with a full launch command for ccminer along with a pause afterward.  It feels like something is going wrong with the launch.  If the miner exits immediately then MC will declare the entry dead which appears to be what you are seeing.

OK, figured it out

it comes up "ccminer for nvidia GPUs by so and so
last line before pause is
ccminer-52.exe: Heavycoin hash requires block reward vote parameter (see --vote)


You're not running heavy algo, are you? I remember this being an issue some time ago with the miner, are you sure it is the newest version?
[/quote]

nope, not running heavy.
OK, so I deleted all ccminer programs. Went and redownladed ccminer 1.4. When I extract it there is only ccminer, no ccminer-52. I put ccminer with both .dll that came with it.
 Now minercontrol launches and when I hit "auto" it goes to one algo and runs. Has been running for 22 minutes now. But how can you tell if it's actually doing anything. Trademybit has a worker build but no update.

oh, and GPU isn't even stressing a little.
DemosMirak
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 146


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 08:13:24 PM
 #188

Kalen, what numbers are you getting, what does the miner say? Do you get any yay's?

BTC: 13enECLM3M3gjQDoBKouXuYFG4zXaDdDPx
LTC: LRTbQNQcRjZV51PivQdhK7zpMtJYPouqR9
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 08:31:49 PM
 #189

Kalen, what numbers are you getting, what does the miner say? Do you get any yay's?

YAY's ?
CCminer won't launch. It's still doing the flash and then gone thing. When I use the batch file it's still has the heavy coin message. Just the minercontrol program is running.

ADD: OK, I just searched and found ccminer 1.44. Downloaded and added it to minercontrol folder with msvcr120.dll and now I'm back to ccminer not running and miner control showing "dead" status for everything.
CCMINER bat gives heavy coin error.
Zels
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 180


View Profile WWW
October 12, 2014, 11:14:34 PM
 #190

Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.

StuffOfInterest
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 375


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 11:26:43 PM
 #191

Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.

That's the one I've been using as well.  I have a feeling that kalen is using a patched version of ccminer for heavycoin which is ignoring the algorithm selection and always trying to go with heavycoin.  nvminer is the way to go if you are going to mine the algos above on an nVIDIA card.

Miner Control to get auto algorithm switching for multiple mining services. (please donate if you like)
Could Proof of Blockchain (PoBC) help secure a coin and avoid runaway ASIC mining?
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 11:33:18 PM
 #192

Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.

That's the one I've been using as well.  I have a feeling that kalen is using a patched version of ccminer for heavycoin which is ignoring the algorithm selection and always trying to go with heavycoin.  nvminer is the way to go if you are going to mine the algos above on an nVIDIA card.

deleted all ccminer/cuda/minercontrol copies off my computer and emptied recycle bin. Downloaded ccminer 1.44 and miner control 1.3. Re-did conf file same result.

 Will try nvminer and update conf file with nvminer.exe, any other files from the nvminer folder need to go in minercontrol?
Travis9x
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 170


View Profile WWW
October 12, 2014, 11:41:37 PM
 #193

Kalen, what numbers are you getting, what does the miner say? Do you get any yay's?

YAY's ?
CCminer won't launch. It's still doing the flash and then gone thing. When I use the batch file it's still has the heavy coin message. Just the minercontrol program is running.

ADD: OK, I just searched and found ccminer 1.44. Downloaded and added it to minercontrol folder with msvcr120.dll and now I'm back to ccminer not running and miner control showing "dead" status for everything.
CCMINER bat gives heavy coin error.
Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.
I'm surprised that anyone using ccMiner doesn't check the main CUDAmining thread on this forum, or their website for the latest releases.

That's the one I've been using as well.  I have a feeling that kalen is using a patched version of ccminer for heavycoin which is ignoring the algorithm selection and always trying to go with heavycoin.  nvminer is the way to go if you are going to mine the algos above on an nVIDIA card.
Actually, djm's latest version of ccMiner has all the same optimizations as nvMiner, plus a slightly better averaging of your hashrate, and includes optimization for the M7 algorithm (which nvMiner doesn't support at all).  If you want a "one-miner-fits-all" that still has all the speed of previous versions, then djm's M7 version of ccMiner is the way to go.  Look through their thread to find it, unless djm has finally gotten around to uploading it to the CUDAmining website.
And of course, once you start to get some income from your mining efforts, be sure to send a few coins their way.  After all, you wouldn't be mining anything of value if it weren't for them writing the software you're using!  (same goes for StuffOfInterest…keep the donation mining turned on, so he gets rewarded for his work too)

EDIT:  Yes, his M7 version is there, called m7v7, right at the top of the ccMiner list.  That's the version I would recommend!

StuffOfInterest
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 375


View Profile
October 12, 2014, 11:53:07 PM
 #194

Kalen, what numbers are you getting, what does the miner say? Do you get any yay's?

YAY's ?
CCminer won't launch. It's still doing the flash and then gone thing. When I use the batch file it's still has the heavy coin message. Just the minercontrol program is running.

ADD: OK, I just searched and found ccminer 1.44. Downloaded and added it to minercontrol folder with msvcr120.dll and now I'm back to ccminer not running and miner control showing "dead" status for everything.
CCMINER bat gives heavy coin error.
Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.
I'm surprised that anyone using ccMiner doesn't check the main CUDAmining thread on this forum, or their website for the latest releases.

That's the one I've been using as well.  I have a feeling that kalen is using a patched version of ccminer for heavycoin which is ignoring the algorithm selection and always trying to go with heavycoin.  nvminer is the way to go if you are going to mine the algos above on an nVIDIA card.
Actually, djm's latest version of ccMiner has all the same optimizations as nvMiner, plus a slightly better averaging of your hashrate, and includes optimization for the M7 algorithm (which nvMiner doesn't support at all).  If you want a "one-miner-fits-all" that still has all the speed of previous versions, then djm's M7 version of ccMiner is the way to go.  Look through their thread to find it, unless djm has finally gotten around to uploading it to the CUDAmining website.
And of course, once you start to get some income from your mining efforts, be sure to send a few coins their way.  After all, you wouldn't be mining anything of value if it weren't for them writing the software you're using!  (same goes for StuffOfInterest…keep the donation mining turned on, so he gets rewarded for his work too)

EDIT:  Yes, his M7 version is there, called m7v7, right at the top of the ccMiner list.  That's the version I would recommend!

Interesting.  Thanks for that tidbit.  I haven't been following the ccminer thread that closely lately and had missed this.

I really wish the various authors working to improve ccminer/nvminer would get together and put their work into a github repository so that we could move towards a single source tree again.

Miner Control to get auto algorithm switching for multiple mining services. (please donate if you like)
Could Proof of Blockchain (PoBC) help secure a coin and avoid runaway ASIC mining?
kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 13, 2014, 12:54:00 AM
 #195

Ok. Nvminer worked. But shortly after it was running my system crashed and doesn't seem to want to recover. Tried earlier restore point system disk. Any suggestions?
Travis9x
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 170


View Profile WWW
October 13, 2014, 05:28:48 AM
 #196

I really wish the various authors working to improve ccminer/nvminer would get together and put their work into a github repository so that we could move towards a single source tree again.
Yeah, that would be the most efficient way to manage it.   Undecided

kalen37
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 22


View Profile
October 13, 2014, 12:27:16 PM
 #197

Kalen, what numbers are you getting, what does the miner say? Do you get any yay's?

YAY's ?
CCminer won't launch. It's still doing the flash and then gone thing. When I use the batch file it's still has the heavy coin message. Just the minercontrol program is running.

ADD: OK, I just searched and found ccminer 1.44. Downloaded and added it to minercontrol folder with msvcr120.dll and now I'm back to ccminer not running and miner control showing "dead" status for everything.
CCMINER bat gives heavy coin error.
Get Nvminer v1.2U-D8 - 25-08-2014 here: http://cudamining.co.uk/url/releases

Working fine for x11, x13, x15, nist5.
I'm surprised that anyone using ccMiner doesn't check the main CUDAmining thread on this forum, or their website for the latest releases.

That's the one I've been using as well.  I have a feeling that kalen is using a patched version of ccminer for heavycoin which is ignoring the algorithm selection and always trying to go with heavycoin.  nvminer is the way to go if you are going to mine the algos above on an nVIDIA card.
Actually, djm's latest version of ccMiner has all the same optimizations as nvMiner, plus a slightly better averaging of your hashrate, and includes optimization for the M7 algorithm (which nvMiner doesn't support at all).  If you want a "one-miner-fits-all" that still has all the speed of previous versions, then djm's M7 version of ccMiner is the way to go.  Look through their thread to find it, unless djm has finally gotten around to uploading it to the CUDAmining website.
And of course, once you start to get some income from your mining efforts, be sure to send a few coins their way.  After all, you wouldn't be mining anything of value if it weren't for them writing the software you're using!  (same goes for StuffOfInterest…keep the donation mining turned on, so he gets rewarded for his work too)

EDIT:  Yes, his M7 version is there, called m7v7, right at the top of the ccMiner list.  That's the version I would recommend!

it might have something to do with the god awful amount of threads and pages of said threads. Nevermind I found it.
Hopefully it doesn't crash my system like nvminer did.
DemosMirak
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 146


View Profile
October 13, 2014, 05:56:15 PM
 #198

Hey, can I make a feature request?

I would like for another tab to display average earning.
Example: You mine Option A, with an earning of 0.01 for 2 hours, and Option B, with an earning of 0.02 for 1 hour. In total, you would earn 0.04 over 3 hours, making it an average earning of 0.0133 (repeating).

Of course, in real life, the earnings would fluctuate more, so I would propose just dividing the total earned with the total mining time. This could also be done per service, per algo and per option.

BTC: 13enECLM3M3gjQDoBKouXuYFG4zXaDdDPx
LTC: LRTbQNQcRjZV51PivQdhK7zpMtJYPouqR9
tarzanbigcity
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 142


View Profile
October 14, 2014, 07:16:02 PM
 #199

Another good multi-algo pool would be ipoMiner. They support scrypt, x11 and x13.

https://www.ipominer.com/
jjjordan
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 248


View Profile
October 14, 2014, 10:25:20 PM
 #200

Hi everybody! Good job with this tool, author-of-miner-control!
Donation mining is all good, but it's different to be thanked personally!

I am coming from AMD mining and I must say nvidia one is not very easy (automating it).
I've been looking at different miners, but I guess they are all based on ccminer / cudaminer...
And none of them have pools configuration. Like set up priority for pools etc...

I am saying all this, because it would be awesome if you can set Miner Control
to fail-over switch between pool 1, 2 or 3 in that order (if 1 and 2 are dead too switch to 3)
and if they are all dead to switch between pools 4,5 and 6 based on profit...

Anybody know if I can do that with Miner Control, or any of the miners, or any other tool out there?

Pages: « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [10] 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!