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Author Topic: [ANN] ccminer 2.3 - opensource - GPL (tpruvot)  (Read 477309 times)
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August 29, 2017, 06:53:18 PM
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NeoS is one of the algos that's memory heavy and has problems with 1080/tis as I've mentioned before. You aren't going to get better speeds then a 1070.
Well, about 30% better actually

Screenshot. 1070 is getting about 1100 depending on your clocks.

What good is a screenshot if there is a page that is far better than simple screenshot:
http://yiimp.ccminer.org/bench?algo=neoscrypt&chip=387

On there you can see realtime benchmarks of mining 1080 Tis, including their clocks, exact miner version and other infos.
As you can see they are running around 1.6 MH/s at neoscrypt in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 and that is really about 30% boost compared to 1070, so Schleicher is right. Wink
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August 29, 2017, 06:57:32 PM
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NeoS is one of the algos that's memory heavy and has problems with 1080/tis as I've mentioned before. You aren't going to get better speeds then a 1070.
Well, about 30% better actually

Screenshot. 1070 is getting about 1100 depending on your clocks.
http://img.techpowerup.org/170820/b7fzp5tm1q.jpg

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August 29, 2017, 09:19:21 PM
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hi
can you please add gbt support?
I would like to solomine groestlcoin with ccminer

thanks Smiley
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August 29, 2017, 11:35:33 PM
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Any fixes/guide for compiling on Ubuntu17.04/Debian 9?
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August 30, 2017, 03:30:07 PM
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NeoS is one of the algos that's memory heavy and has problems with 1080/tis as I've mentioned before. You aren't going to get better speeds then a 1070.
Well, about 30% better actually

Screenshot. 1070 is getting about 1100 depending on your clocks.

What good is a screenshot if there is a page that is far better than simple screenshot:
http://yiimp.ccminer.org/bench?algo=neoscrypt&chip=387

On there you can see realtime benchmarks of mining 1080 Tis, including their clocks, exact miner version and other infos.
As you can see they are running around 1.6 MH/s at neoscrypt in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 and that is really about 30% boost compared to 1070, so Schleicher is right. Wink

Yeah no poop, I'm the one that harps about the benchmark part of Yiimp. 'Pics or it didn't happen' is an expression, although applicable in this case. 1080 is performing barely faster then a 1070.

Last time I checked on performance they were performing worse so someone 'fixed' performance on them, they still perform like crap. Wink

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August 30, 2017, 03:45:43 PM
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any chance to add Xevan algorithm?

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August 30, 2017, 07:29:46 PM
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Please ppl of the internet, prove me wrong, so I can relax...

I am using ccminer 8.13-KlausT...

If I get this message, does it means I found a block(bitcoin)?
GPU #0: bla..bla.. x MH/s
GPU #0: bla..bla.. y MH/s
accepted: 1/1 (100.00%),  z MH/s yay!
GPU #0: bla..bla.. x+2 MH/s
GPU #0: bla..bla.. y+3 MH/s

I was solo mining, just for blind-luck and to get some know-how, without any actual goal in mind (in the background while browsing and learning about this crypto-currency hype)
I have a ridiculously small hash power around 150-200 MH/s(BTC), but it is theoretically still possible, like a lottery  Cool
...but the hashing went on for like freakin' 20 min. (the excitement was huge) but someone else did the block, and I got no reward...   Huh
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August 30, 2017, 09:32:03 PM
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Please ppl of the internet, prove me wrong, so I can relax...

I am using ccminer 8.13-KlausT...

If I get this message, does it means I found a block(bitcoin)?
GPU #0: bla..bla.. x MH/s
GPU #0: bla..bla.. y MH/s
accepted: 1/1 (100.00%),  z MH/s yay!
GPU #0: bla..bla.. x+2 MH/s
GPU #0: bla..bla.. y+3 MH/s

I was solo mining, just for blind-luck and to get some know-how, without any actual goal in mind (in the background while browsing and learning about this crypto-currency hype)
I have a ridiculously small hash power around 150-200 MH/s(BTC), but it is theoretically still possible, like a lottery  Cool
...but the hashing went on for like freakin' 20 min. (the excitement was huge) but someone else did the block, and I got no reward...   Huh

Sorry to ruin your day but that means you just got a share, not a block Sad

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August 30, 2017, 09:32:30 PM
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Any chance we could get Xevan algorithm support in ccminer? Currently only sgminer exists for it on GPUs... Sad

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August 30, 2017, 10:32:29 PM
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accepted: 1/1 (100.00%),  z MH/s yay!


Sorry to ruin your day but that means you just got a share, not a block Sad

You gave me enlightenment! Wink
Also, I learned a few new stuff thanks to you!
...also it meant it was almost close enough XD


MegaTHX!!
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August 30, 2017, 11:45:16 PM
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accepted: 1/1 (100.00%),  z MH/s yay!


Sorry to ruin your day but that means you just got a share, not a block Sad

You gave me enlightenment! Wink
Also, I learned a few new stuff thanks to you!
...also it meant it was almost close enough XD


MegaTHX!!

WERE YOU SOLO MINING WITH A BITCOIN WALLET?  --

If so, your share was 100%.  If you did not get a reward in your wallet, it is possible some other miner hit the solution a millisecond prior to you.  Something seems peculiar here.      

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August 31, 2017, 12:08:28 AM
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I tend to agree. Many miners report "Yay" when a block is solved and "Yes" for a share.
Considering how much is involved it might be worth trying to find out what happened.

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August 31, 2017, 01:09:18 AM
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WERE YOU SOLO MINING WITH A BITCOIN WALLET?  --

If so, your share was 100%.  If you did not get a reward in your wallet, it is possible some other miner hit the solution a millisecond prior to you.  Something seems peculiar here.      

--scryptr

I was solo mining with my own wallet at stratum.solo.nicehash.com:3334...
But the block was not solved for ages after this message, and finally was relayed by AntPool eventually...

I tend to agree. Many miners report "Yay" when a block is solved and "Yes" for a share.
Considering how much is involved it might be worth trying to find out what happened.

I seriously have no clue on what this n+2nd. version of ccminer(what seems to be stable on my old config) should output..
Honestly I was not even aware how these "shares" work, or what they represent.. like 5 hours ago XD
..since that time I already know way too much about the "probability" of getting those 000 in the SHA256  Roll Eyes  Cheesy
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August 31, 2017, 01:42:09 AM
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WERE YOU SOLO MINING WITH A BITCOIN WALLET?  --

If so, your share was 100%.  If you did not get a reward in your wallet, it is possible some other miner hit the solution a millisecond prior to you.  Something seems peculiar here.      

--scryptr

I was solo mining with my own wallet at stratum.solo.nicehash.com:3334...
But the block was not solved for ages after this message, and finally was relayed by AntPool eventually...

I tend to agree. Many miners report "Yay" when a block is solved and "Yes" for a share.
Considering how much is involved it might be worth trying to find out what happened.

I seriously have no clue on what this n+2nd. version of ccminer(what seems to be stable on my old config) should output..
Honestly I was not even aware how these "shares" work, or what they represent.. like 5 hours ago XD
..since that time I already know way too much about the "probability" of getting those 000 in the SHA256  Roll Eyes  Cheesy


YOU WERE "SOLO-MINING" AT A POOL--

With your BitCoin address.  Not the same, exactly.  The pool, as a middleman, will take 2% and should payout the entire remainder of the block reward to you.

Solo-mining on a wallet, for smaller alt-coins, sometimes gets a false "Yay!!!" that fails to confirm.  If there was no orphaned block, or even a good block, reported at the pool around the same minute, there was something wrong.

--scryptr

EDIT:  THERE IS ONLY ONE SOLUTION FOR ANY BLOCK INCLUDED IN THE BLOCKCHAIN--

As I understand it, each block gets only one solution in the blockchain.  However, because the network involved in solving blocks is so astronomically huge, two or more solutions may be found within just milliseconds.  Only one of them is included in the blockchain.  Network latency, variations in time synchronization, and other factors may allow for a false  positive.

Please correct me if I am wrong.       --scryptr

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August 31, 2017, 02:12:57 AM
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I was solo mining with my own wallet at stratum.solo.nicehash.com:3334...
But the block was not solved for ages after this message, and finally was relayed by AntPool eventually...

That's not wallet mining. With pool mining you have to wait until the block matures then the block minus fee will be sent to
the specified address in your wallet. However, there should be a record of the find in your user stats at Nicehash.

You should probably take it up with Nicehash support.

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August 31, 2017, 06:35:14 PM
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dumb question.  Is equihash and cryptonight working on linux build?  I can get the algos working, but not these 2.  Using Ubuntu 16.04 and GTX 1070's Cuda 8.0.

Thank you.
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August 31, 2017, 08:03:36 PM
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It is not possible to solo mine digibyte because of the change in bitcoin core i think , the method for rpc is not working. Only nanashi version is running but it is slow, is there any chance to implement this ?
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August 31, 2017, 10:34:24 PM
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Sorry for the newbie question: Is there a ccminer with XEVAN algo? ty.
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September 01, 2017, 07:26:15 AM
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It is not possible to solo mine digibyte because of the change in bitcoin core i think , the method for rpc is not working. Only nanashi version is running but it is slow, is there any chance to implement this ?

Do you mean that nanashi ccminer has full support for getblocktemplate?

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September 01, 2017, 12:04:37 PM
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It is not possible to solo mine digibyte because of the change in bitcoin core i think , the method for rpc is not working. Only nanashi version is running but it is slow, is there any chance to implement this ?

Do you mean that nanashi ccminer has full support for getblocktemplate?

I dont know the technical details but nanashi has no getwork option and also coinbase option I dont know what it is so you can solo mine with the latest dgb wallet , as with ccminer we dont have no getwork option , It is not possible to solomine.
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