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June 09, 2012, 11:05:14 AM
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Sorry for the edit but what are the exact differences?

Any pros or cons?
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June 09, 2012, 01:11:41 PM
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What do you mean it's not detecting it? It's right there: 'Device [0-0] Barts'

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June 09, 2012, 02:29:58 PM
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Sorry for the edit but what are the exact differences?

Any pros or cons?
One is a standalone and the latest, whereas Phoenix in GUIMiner is a older version of phoenix and probably bug ridden.

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June 09, 2012, 02:58:27 PM
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[general]
    autodetect = +cl -cpu #Use autodetect for all OpenCL devices, except those which are CPUs.
    verbose = False #Enable verbose logging?
    backend = http://127NfNd8jdMBZNJtRA9WBxTGgrUPnEyvh2:x@mining.eligius.st:8332 #The primary backend.
    backups = http://user2:password2@server2.com:8332 http://bitcoin:bitcoin@localhost:8332 #A space seperated list of backup servers.
    failback = 600 #Seconds between attempts to reconnect to primary backend when using backups. (0 to disable)
    queuesize = 1 #Target/maximum size of the queue
    queuedelay = 5 #Seconds before work expires to request more work (WARNING: don't change this unless you know what you are doing!)
    statusinterval = 1 #Seconds between statusbar updates
    ratesamples = 10 #Number of samples to average for hashrate reporting
    logfile = False #Set this option to log to a file.
[web]
    disabled = False #Disable the RPC server?
    bind = 192.168.1.2 #IP to bind the RPC server to
    port = 7780 #RPC port
    password = phoenix #RPC password
    root = C:\phoenix2\phoenix2\www #Root directory for the web server
    logbuffer = 1000 #How many logs to remember in the getlogs() RPC call
[cl:0:0]
    autoconfigure = False #Automatically configure this device?
    kernel = opencl #The kernel to use for the device
    name = GPU 0 #The name to display the device as (default is device ID if not specified)
    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)
    bfi_int = False #Use BFI_INT instruction on ATI VLIW GPUs?
    goffset = True #Use OpenCL 1.1 global offset?
    fastloop = True #Use fast internal loop? (ideal for low aggression)
    aggression = 3 #Number of nonces to test per kernel execution (lower value = less desktop lag, higher value = higher hashrate)
[cl:0:1]
    autoconfigure = False
    kernel = phatk2
    name = GPU 1
    start_undetected = False
    disabled = False
    worksize = 256
    vectors = True
    vectors4 = False
    bfi_int = True
    fastloop = False
    aggression = 10
[cl:1:0]
    autoconfigure = True

I use this as my cfg.

Can anybody confirm whether I'm doing it right?

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/75605594/phoenix.png
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June 09, 2012, 03:10:29 PM
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[general]
    autodetect = +cl -cpu #Use autodetect for all OpenCL devices, except those which are CPUs.
    verbose = False #Enable verbose logging?
    backend = http://127NfNd8jdMBZNJtRA9WBxTGgrUPnEyvh2:x@mining.eligius.st:8332 #The primary backend.
    backups = http://user2:password2@server2.com:8332 http://bitcoin:bitcoin@localhost:8332 #A space seperated list of backup servers.
    failback = 600 #Seconds between attempts to reconnect to primary backend when using backups. (0 to disable)
    queuesize = 1 #Target/maximum size of the queue
    queuedelay = 5 #Seconds before work expires to request more work (WARNING: don't change this unless you know what you are doing!)
    statusinterval = 1 #Seconds between statusbar updates
    ratesamples = 10 #Number of samples to average for hashrate reporting
    logfile = False #Set this option to log to a file.
[web]
    disabled = False #Disable the RPC server?
    bind = 192.168.1.2 #IP to bind the RPC server to
    port = 7780 #RPC port
    password = phoenix #RPC password
    root = C:\phoenix2\phoenix2\www #Root directory for the web server
    logbuffer = 1000 #How many logs to remember in the getlogs() RPC call
[cl:0:0]
    autoconfigure = False #Automatically configure this device?
    kernel = opencl #The kernel to use for the device
    name = GPU 0 #The name to display the device as (default is device ID if not specified)
    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)
    bfi_int = False #Use BFI_INT instruction on ATI VLIW GPUs?
    goffset = True #Use OpenCL 1.1 global offset?
    fastloop = True #Use fast internal loop? (ideal for low aggression)
    aggression = 3 #Number of nonces to test per kernel execution (lower value = less desktop lag, higher value = higher hashrate)
[cl:0:1]
    autoconfigure = False
    kernel = phatk2
    name = GPU 1
    start_undetected = False
    disabled = False
    worksize = 256
    vectors = True
    vectors4 = False
    bfi_int = True
    fastloop = False
    aggression = 10
[cl:1:0]
    autoconfigure = True

I use this as my cfg.

Can anybody confirm whether I'm doing it right?



How many GPU's do you have?

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June 09, 2012, 04:20:00 PM
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[general]
    autodetect = +cl -cpu #Use autodetect for all OpenCL devices, except those which are CPUs.
    verbose = False #Enable verbose logging?
    backend = http://127NfNd8jdMBZNJtRA9WBxTGgrUPnEyvh2:x@mining.eligius.st:8332 #The primary backend.
    backups = http://user2:password2@server2.com:8332 http://bitcoin:bitcoin@localhost:8332 #A space seperated list of backup servers.
    failback = 600 #Seconds between attempts to reconnect to primary backend when using backups. (0 to disable)
    queuesize = 1 #Target/maximum size of the queue
    queuedelay = 5 #Seconds before work expires to request more work (WARNING: don't change this unless you know what you are doing!)
    statusinterval = 1 #Seconds between statusbar updates
    ratesamples = 10 #Number of samples to average for hashrate reporting
    logfile = False #Set this option to log to a file.
[web]
    disabled = False #Disable the RPC server?
    bind = 192.168.1.2 #IP to bind the RPC server to
    port = 7780 #RPC port
    password = phoenix #RPC password
    root = C:\phoenix2\phoenix2\www #Root directory for the web server
    logbuffer = 1000 #How many logs to remember in the getlogs() RPC call
[cl:0:0]
    autoconfigure = False #Automatically configure this device?
    kernel = opencl #The kernel to use for the device
    name = GPU 0 #The name to display the device as (default is device ID if not specified)
    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)
    bfi_int = False #Use BFI_INT instruction on ATI VLIW GPUs?
    goffset = True #Use OpenCL 1.1 global offset?
    fastloop = True #Use fast internal loop? (ideal for low aggression)
    aggression = 3 #Number of nonces to test per kernel execution (lower value = less desktop lag, higher value = higher hashrate)
[cl:0:1]
    autoconfigure = False
    kernel = phatk2
    name = GPU 1
    start_undetected = False
    disabled = False
    worksize = 256
    vectors = True
    vectors4 = False
    bfi_int = True
    fastloop = False
    aggression = 10
[cl:1:0]
    autoconfigure = True

I use this as my cfg.

Can anybody confirm whether I'm doing it right?

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/75605594/phoenix.png

How many GPU's do you have?

I have only one GPU.
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June 09, 2012, 04:25:15 PM
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Then remove:

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[cl:0:1]
    autoconfigure = False
    kernel = phatk2
    name = GPU 1
    start_undetected = False
    disabled = False
    worksize = 256
    vectors = True
    vectors4 = False
    bfi_int = True
    fastloop = False
    aggression = 10
[cl:1:0]
    autoconfigure = True

Each of the [cl:x:x] represents a separate openCL device. You have only one so remove the rest.

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