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January 05, 2015, 09:12:33 PM
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i don't get it. i can't seem to get minercontrol to work for me. after config'ing it to my wallet etc. i hit auto and it starts FAKE MINING. it comes up with some BULLSHIT balance yet nothing shows up in YAAMP. when i remove the testrun application all the pools say "dead".


what kind of SCAM is this?

Go back and read the first post.  The configuration shipped with Miner Control is a sample and does not use a real miner.  You need to download the miner (or miners) for your own card(s) and adjust the configuration to use it.  Further down in the first post is a sample of working config file for two nVIDIA 750Ti cards.

And be careful throwing around words like "scam" for something you didn't pay any money for.

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January 05, 2015, 09:55:17 PM
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alright.... please include the links for the specific miners that you write about. because i don't seem to read ANYWHERE where it says this. annnnnd... needing a different miner for each different card that i have? really? really?

and i am just gonna looooooove giving you a list of all my cards after your next response.
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January 05, 2015, 10:23:20 PM
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alright.... please include the links for the specific miners that you write about. because i don't seem to read ANYWHERE where it says this. annnnnd... needing a different miner for each different card that i have? really? really?

and i am just gonna looooooove giving you a list of all my cards after your next response.

You need to learn more about mining before worrying about using a tool like Miner Control.  Miner Control is intended to launch the miner configured for different pools and algorithms but it is up to you to figure out the correct configuration for those.  You may have better luck over at Crypto Mining Blog.  They put together some packages for Miner Control preconfigured to work with AMD and nVIDIA cards.  Good luck.

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January 05, 2015, 11:17:09 PM
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hahahaha.... that's what i thought. bullshit walks

don't ever lecture me or anyone else about using the word SCAM
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January 06, 2015, 12:57:50 AM
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StuffofInterest I really could use some help if possible.  I have SGminer installed with my conf file configured for SGminer and MinerControl but can't figure out where I am going wrong.  Thanks

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Code:
{
    "general": {
        "power": 0.09,
        "exchange": 300,
        "currencycode": "USD",
        "mintime": 4,
        "maxtime": 60,
        "switchtime": 3,
        "deadtime": 10,
        "logerrors": false,
        "logactivity": true,
        "gridsortmode": 2,
        "minerkillmode": 1,
        "traymode": 1,
        "donationpercentage": 2,
        "donationfrequency": 240
    },
    "algorithms": [
        { "name": "x11", "hashrate": 4000, "power": 130, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k darkcoin-mod --no-submit-stale -I  -w 256 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o"},
        { "name": "x13", "hashrate": 2900, "power": 130, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k marucoin-mod --no-submit-stale -I 14 -w 256 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o" },
        { "name": "x15", "hashrate": 2500, "power": 130, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k bitblock --no-submit-stale -I 14 -w 256 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o" },
        { "name": "nist5", "hashrate": 12000, "power": 130, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k talkcoin-mod --no-submit-stale -I 14 -w 256 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o" },
        { "name": "neoscrypt", "hashrate": 285, "power": 150, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k neoscrypt --no-submit-stale -I 14 -w 64 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o" },
        { "name": "keccak", "hashrate": 0, "power": 0 },
        { "name": "x14", "hashrate": 0, "power": 130, "aparam1": "", "aparam2": "sgminer.exe", "aparam3": "-k neoscrypt --no-submit-stale -I 14 -w 64 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-threads 2 --auto-fan -o" },
        { "name": "quark", "hashrate": 0, "power": 0 },
        { "name": "scrypt", "hashrate": 0, "power": 0 },
        { "name": "scryptn", "hashrate": 0, "power": 0 },
        { "name": "sha256", "hashrate": 0, "power": 0 }
    ],
    "nicehash": {
        "account": "1Ced7sziGNLnfuc4xnqcYyDpjCfqTBzCin",
        "worker": "270x",
        "weight": 0.90,
        "sparam1": "stratum+tcp://stratum.nicehash.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3336 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3337 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "neoscrypt", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3341 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=32", "usewindow": true }
        ]
    },
    "westhash": {
        "account": "1Ced7sziGNLnfuc4xnqcYyDpjCfqTBzCin",
        "worker": "270x",
        "sparam1": "stratum+tcp://stratum.westhash.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3336 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3337 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3339 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3340 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "neoscrypt", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3341 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=32", "usewindow": true }
        ]
    },
    "trademybit": {
        "apikey": "mykey",
        "account": "lextad",
        "worker": "270x",
        "sparam1": "stratum+tcp://east01.us.trademybit.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:4440 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:5550 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:6660 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "neoscrypt", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:8880 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p x", "usewindow": true }
        ]
    },
    "yaamp": {
        "account": "1Ced7sziGNLnfuc4xnqcYyDpjCfqTBzCin",
        "worker": "270x",
        "sparam1": "stratum+tcp://yaamp.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3533 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3633 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3733 -u _ACCOUNT_ -p _WORKER_", "usewindow": true }
        ]
    },
    "wafflepool": {
        "account": "1Ced7sziGNLnfuc4xnqcYyDpjCfqTBzCin",
        "worker": "270x",
        "sparam1": "stratum+tcp://useast.wafflepool.com",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3331 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true },
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_APARAM1_", "command": "_APARAM2_", "arguments": "_APARAM3_ _SPARAM1_:3330 -u _ACCOUNT_._WORKER_ -p d=0.02", "usewindow": true }
        ]
    }
}

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January 06, 2015, 04:19:33 AM
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Thank you LexTad but I think I got it figured out.  Will compare to what you have though.

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January 06, 2015, 02:09:13 PM
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i don't get it. i can't seem to get minercontrol to work for me. after config'ing it to my wallet etc. i hit auto and it starts FAKE MINING. it comes up with some BULLSHIT balance yet nothing shows up in YAAMP. when i remove the testrun application all the pools say "dead".


what kind of SCAM is this?
you did not read anything about the setup did you?
it work, i tell you, better with my geforce 970 than my Radeon's, but it works

maybe you just hit the batch file that start the testminer.exe ...

We wont do anything for you, just learn like we all did the hard way... script kiddie!!
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January 06, 2015, 03:25:23 PM
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bullshit walks


Rasta, take your own bullshit and walk yourself.  SoI has put a lot of effort into this software, and it works just fine for those of us who know what they are doing.  So either do like SoI says and learn how to mine or ask politely for assistance, for while these guys have shown a willingness to assist in problematic setups you are doing yourself a disservice with your attitude.
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January 06, 2015, 04:38:23 PM
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hahahaha.... that's what i thought. bullshit walks

don't ever lecture me or anyone else about using the word SCAM

What Graphics cards are you using?  AMD? nVidia? also we need the model number for each as well to tell you what mining program to use.

Second, in the minercontrol.conf you will need to change the folder location under the Algo to the proper folder for your miner is located ("aparam1": "C:\\Users\\xxx\\Desktop\\cpuminer\\neoscrypt\\cgminer-3.7.8-neoscrypt") and then the name of the miner program ("aparam2": "sgminer.exe")    

Next you need to change the account on Nicehash, Westhash, Wafflepool and YAAMP to your Bitcoin wallet Address so it will mine for you.

Then you need to setup accounts and workers for LTCrabbit.  Then put them into the configuration file.  

Then if you are still having problems let us know.  

  
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January 07, 2015, 09:20:26 AM
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hahahaha.... that's what i thought. bullshit walks

don't ever lecture me or anyone else about using the word SCAM
I say let him ragequit from cryptomining.  With an attitude like that, why should any of us bother helping him?  Just let him aim his "multitude of cards" at Dogecoin or something, and leave the rest of us with brains alone.  Darwinism at its finest.

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OK, released version 1.5.5 with WePayBTC support.  It is up to you to handle setup. I don't have AMD cards so I can't test it myself but it does get the pricing information.

I have a bit of a problem with WePayBTC.  Yes, you can plug the pool into the config file.  Yes, it does pull pricing info from the site.  Their pricing info that is pulled from the API is a fairly static number and only changes if they change the payout.  WePayBTC has used a single Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC as a reference card, and set that to equal 100%, and that is the number they have posted in their API.  In other words, if you use one of their reference cards, it should return 0.000927 BTC/day, equivalent to 0.0001915 BTC/mhs of X11 mining hash, or 0.30003445 BTC/mhs of X15, for example.  Those conversion numbers are set by WePayBTC, and don't seem to fluctuate...  

So, I'm plugging this into a config on a test miner.  It's a small one, an old AMD 7750 card.  Doesn't pull much.  MinerControl says I should be seeing a net of 0.000220 based on a hash of x15 of 640 kh.  But the miner has built-in BTC/day output data, and it says I'm only realizing 0.00006 BTC/day (6% of their reference.)  Trying to back into the numbers, I think, but I'm not sure, that MC is equating 1000 khs of X15 to be 100%, then calculating the net based on configured hash of 640 khs.  That would give me the 0.30003445 * 0.640 = 0.00022048, which is what I'm seeing reported in MC.  What I'm seeing from the WePayBTC miner would be their base reference 0.000927 * 7% = 0.00006.

I'm so confused...  Anyone else using MinerControl for WePayBTC and have this figured out?  The numbers just don't work out.  I'm wondering if something needs to be revamped, like maybe an additional (percentage?) field needs to be added to the configuration and applied against their base "reference" field to calculate earning capability.

I think the only reason I'm pursuing this is because the WePayBTC numbers are actual, not estimated.  If they say they are paying out X then they are paying out X.  If their actual payout is beating estimated Yaamp payouts, for example, why wouldn't you mine there?

Edit: 2 things.  Another suggestion, how about letting WePayBTC bypass calculations altogether and have just a single config with ability to directly plug in the Earn or Net?  Also, playing around with the miner, I copied in the updated drivers into the folder and bumped my percentage to 20%.  Makes it even more viable...
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Okay, maybe I'm talking to myself, maybe not.  If anyone is interested in WePayBTC, I have a pretty kludgy solution.  Configure it as a manual pool.

Since the output of the WePayBTC miner is a static BTC/day, you can back into it.  It doesn't matter which algo you specify.  I picked X15.

Given the following for this single miner I'm working on:

"wepaybtc": {
        "account": "myaccount",
        "sparam1": "C:\\mining\\WePayBTC",
        "sparam2": "deadStart.bat",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true}
        ]
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MinerControl WePayBTC X15 price = 0.344500
MinerControl X15 Net (derived from output of WePayBTC configured with the correct subsection of config file as X15) = 0.000220
WePayBTC BTC/day miner output = 0.00019

Take the actual BTC/day / MC net to get a percentage, mine is (0.00019 / 0.000220) = 86%
Multply the result with the price (0.344500 * 86%) = 0.297523 to get the manual price

This ends up with a manual config of:

"manual": {
        "account": "myaccount",
        "sparam1": "C:\\mining\\WePayBTC",
        "sparam2": "Start.bat",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x15", "price": 0.297523, "fee": 0, "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true}
        ]
    }

Start.bat is configured according to the WePayBTC miner instructions.  This gives me my net of 0.000190 and allows me to use WePayBTC accurately.  It doesn't matter which algo you use as you are not actually mining an algo at WePayBTC, just starting their miner.  At current pricing this places it third, below Yaamp neoscrypt and x14.  You do, however, need to monitor for pricing changes.
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Okay, maybe I'm talking to myself, maybe not.  If anyone is interested in WePayBTC, I have a pretty kludgy solution.  Configure it as a manual pool.

Since the output of the WePayBTC miner is a static BTC/day, you can back into it.  It doesn't matter which algo you specify.  I picked X15.

Given the following for this single miner I'm working on:

"wepaybtc": {
        "account": "myaccount",
        "sparam1": "C:\\mining\\WePayBTC",
        "sparam2": "deadStart.bat",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x11", "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true},
            { "algo": "x13", "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true},
            { "algo": "x15", "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true},
            { "algo": "nist5", "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true}
        ]
    }
  
MinerControl WePayBTC X15 price = 0.344500
MinerControl X15 Net (derived from output of WePayBTC configured with the correct subsection of config file as X15) = 0.000220
WePayBTC BTC/day miner output = 0.00019

Take the actual BTC/day / MC net to get a percentage, mine is (0.00019 / 0.000220) = 86%
Multply the result with the price (0.344500 * 86%) = 0.297523 to get the manual price

This ends up with a manual config of:

"manual": {
        "account": "myaccount",
        "sparam1": "C:\\mining\\WePayBTC",
        "sparam2": "Start.bat",
        "algos": [
            { "algo": "x15", "price": 0.297523, "fee": 0, "folder": "_SPARAM1_", "command": "_SPARAM2_", "usewindow":  true}
        ]
    }

Start.bat is configured according to the WePayBTC miner instructions.  This gives me my net of 0.000190 and allows me to use WePayBTC accurately.  It doesn't matter which algo you use as you are not actually mining an algo at WePayBTC, just starting their miner.  At current pricing this places it third, below Yaamp neoscrypt and x14.

I appreciate you sharing this, I'm following.  I actually don't have miner control running yet though.  Out of curiosity which ocl files did you drop in the wepaybtc sgminer directory to get a 20% increase and was that only for your 7750?

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I appreciate you sharing this, I'm following.  I actually don't have miner control running yet though.  Out of curiosity which ocl files did you drop in the wepaybtc sgminer directory to get a 20% increase and was that only for your 7750?

Ha, I use the scattergun approach and copied the entire contents of C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-Omega-14.12-With-DOTNet45-Win7-64bit\Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF\B178093 after extracting the drivers.  With the older 14.6 drivers it was C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-14.6-RC2\Packages\Drivers\Display\WB_INF\B173241.  Basically search the extracted driver folder for amd_opencl32.dll and grab the folder contents.  This seems to work for most, if not all sgminer forks regardless of what card.  After you copy in the drivers, delete the *.bin files.  Of course I always keep a working backup folder before messing with it.

For the record, I went from having a reported WePayBTC BTC/day of 0.00006 to 0.00019, an increase of 316%.
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I appreciate you sharing this, I'm following.  I actually don't have miner control running yet though.  Out of curiosity which ocl files did you drop in the wepaybtc sgminer directory to get a 20% increase and was that only for your 7750?

Ha, I use the scattergun approach and copied the entire contents of C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-Omega-14.12-With-DOTNet45-Win7-64bit\Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF\B178093 after extracting the drivers.  With the older 14.6 drivers it was C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-14.6-RC2\Packages\Drivers\Display\WB_INF\B173241.  Basically search the extracted driver folder for amd_opencl32.dll and grab the folder contents.  This seems to work for most, if not all sgminer forks regardless of what card.  After you copy in the drivers, delete the *.bin files.  Of course I always keep a working backup folder before messing with it.

For the record, I went from having a reported WePayBTC BTC/day of 0.00006 to 0.00019, an increase of 316%.

That's insane and it's still only the 3rd most profitable.  So you have 14.6 installed and you dropped 14.12 into sgminer?  I did this with 13.12 and 14.6 drivers last summer but I need to test this.  The only reason I can think why one might not want to mine with wepaybtc is they have their sgminer configured to use 1 thread and crank up the intensity, so that may use more electricity, I'm not sure.  My cards were crashing but I think that was due to mining X coins with Stilt's bios. 

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That's insane and it's still only the 3rd most profitable.  So you have 14.6 installed and you dropped 14.12 into sgminer?  I did this with 13.12 and 14.6 drivers last summer but I need to test this.  The only reason I can think why one might not want to mine with wepaybtc is they have their sgminer configured to use 1 thread and crank up the intensity, so that may use more electricity, I'm not sure.

I should say that most of my miners are using the 14.6 drivers, but don't know where to get that driver anymore.  I didn't notice an increase with the 14.12, but no decrease either.  I agree, it is insane.  It places it over the X algos, but not as good as some of the newer ones.  I can't speak to what WePayBTC's electric usage is, and would be interested if you have a method of analyzing.

Edit:  Changed my mind, it seems that I do see a decrease with the 14.12 drivers.  14.6 works best for me.
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Does anyone know if there is a way that this program or sgminer can log all activity, the coin mined and accepted shares?  I am trying to determine the best difficulty but don't really have the time to sit an watch each coin for about an hour, plus it would be nice to look every once in awhile to see if I need to make adjustments to my difficulty settings.

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January 11, 2015, 04:22:55 AM
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Does anyone know if there is a way that this program or sgminer can log all activity, the coin mined and accepted shares?  I am trying to determine the best difficulty but don't really have the time to sit an watch each coin for about an hour, plus it would be nice to look every once in awhile to see if I need to make adjustments to my difficulty settings.

Thanks

Maybe this is what you're looking for

"log-file" : "output.log",

or go here https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer  and control f sharelog or here

https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer/blob/master/doc/configuration.md#sharelog


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Does anyone know if there is a way that this program or sgminer can log all activity, the coin mined and accepted shares?  I am trying to determine the best difficulty but don't really have the time to sit an watch each coin for about an hour, plus it would be nice to look every once in awhile to see if I need to make adjustments to my difficulty settings.

Thanks

Maybe this is what you're looking for

"log-file" : "output.log",

or go here https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer  and control f sharelog or here

https://github.com/sgminer-dev/sgminer/blob/master/doc/configuration.md#sharelog



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