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Author Topic: BFGMiner 5.5.0: CPU/GPU/FPGA/ASIC mining software, GBT+Stratum, RPC, Linux/Win64  (Read 831725 times)
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July 04, 2018, 10:02:13 AM
Last edit: July 05, 2018, 01:22:43 AM by frodocooper
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OK, I've found the issue… it is related to the new SegWit address format used by Litecoin (I am using Litecoin Core 0.16.0), my Litecoin address is a M one, it needs to be converted to a 3 one and everything works fine.

More information on this site which help me to understood my issue + link to the address converter.

https://blog.trezor.io/litecoins-new-p2sh-segwit-addresses-843633e3e707

Converter: https://litecoin-project.github.io/p2sh-convert/
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July 12, 2018, 05:20:56 PM
Last edit: July 12, 2018, 09:19:53 PM by ccgllc
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Hi all -

Thought it would be fun to thow my old Antminer U1s and U2s against a bitcoin -testnet.

Plugged the Antminers into a usb hub, and plugged those into a Gentoo linux distribution, they should up just fine and now I have (7) ttyUSB[0-6] /dev entries - a good sign.

Starting Bfgminer 5.5.0 with the command line:  
Code:
bfgminer -D -S bitmain:all -o $POOL -u $WORKER -p x

The screen clears and I get:

Code:
[2018-07-12 11:57:00] Waiting for devices; press 'M+' to add, or 'Q' to quit
 

After a minute or two the process allows me to do the M+ but does not find any devices, even if I use the full /dev/ttyUSBx format.


Any hints?  Use to run bfgminer a lot back in 2014, so I suspect I'm just doing something stupid, like using the wrong -S argument for antminer U1s.

My portage USE flags contain "... sha256d bitmain".  Also:

Code:
Dev ~ # bfgminer -V
bfgminer 5.5.0
  Lowlevel: usb vcom
  Drivers: bitmain
  Algorithms: SHA256d
  Options: ncursesw6

Update:  Dug through the code a bit and discovered "bitmain" apparently is for S1-S5 only.  Rebuilt using the "icarus" instead of "bitmain" USE flag and now see:
Code:
Dev ~ # bfgminer -V
bfgminer 5.5.0
  Lowlevel: usb vcom
  Drivers: antminer cairnsmore compac erupter icarus
  Algorithms: SHA256d
  Options: ncursesw6


Of course, the startup script was modified to use: antminer instead of bfgminer.
Code:
bfgminer -S antminer:auto -o $POOL -u $WORKER -p x

Noticed when I tried M+ adding miners a VERY brief "you don't have access" type message poped up, so I tried as Root and vola! it found the devices.

Final note: at least for antminers, it should be "-S antminer:all" not "-S antminer:auto".

Is there a way to run bfgminer on a regular user instead of as root?


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July 16, 2018, 02:50:12 PM
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I keep playing with bfgminer 5.5.0 and my antminers, but it does not appear to be stable.  After 10-15 minutes I get a segmentation fault.

Tried 5.4.2 & 5.5.0 via gentoo distribution, and a hand compiled 5.5.0.  All behave the same.

Any suggestions?

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I keep playing with bfgminer 5.5.0 and my antminers, but it does not appear to be stable.  After 10-15 minutes I get a segmentation fault.

Tried 5.4.2 & 5.5.0 via gentoo distribution, and a hand compiled 5.5.0.  All behave the same.

Any suggestions?
Run it in gdb and/or valgrind and report a backtrace.

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July 16, 2018, 03:38:18 PM
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I keep playing with bfgminer 5.5.0 and my antminers, but it does not appear to be stable.  After 10-15 minutes I get a segmentation fault.

Tried 5.4.2 & 5.5.0 via gentoo distribution, and a hand compiled 5.5.0.  All behave the same.

Any suggestions?
Run it in gdb and/or valgrind and report a backtrace.

Will do.  Building GDB now.

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August 19, 2018, 10:44:42 AM
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I keep playing with bfgminer 5.5.0 and my antminers, but it does not appear to be stable.  After 10-15 minutes I get a segmentation fault.

Tried 5.4.2 & 5.5.0 via gentoo distribution, and a hand compiled 5.5.0.  All behave the same.

Any suggestions?
Run it in gdb and/or valgrind and report a backtrace.

Will do.  Building GDB now.

Got pulled away from the coin I was working with.  Sorry.

I am trying a new coin and have a new error:

Code:
[2018-08-19 05:47:33] /usr/bin/bfgminer: --coinbase-addr: Invalid address

Invoked using: /usr/bin/bfgminer -S antminer:all -o $POOL -u $WORKER -p $PASS $OPT --coinbase-addr=rM4Z7VR2YjjDs9iC4GcLtwtnwtyW1Lqx7Y

A "getaccountaddress" from the new coin's linux wallet is reporting that address, so I would think it is valid...

Any thoughts?

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November 13, 2018, 02:28:55 PM
Last edit: November 13, 2018, 07:43:10 PM by josedark
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Refresh RPC time calls (60 seconds in bfgminer 5.4.2)

you call CreateNewBlock (): every 60 seconds, where can I change this time in the source code, for example to 20 seconds or 5 seconds?
where is the line in source code? thanks.

 bfgminer version 5.4.2 - Started: [2018-11-13 14:15:54] - [  0 days 00:07:18]
 [M]anage devices [P]ool management [ S ]ettings [D]isplay options [H]elp [Q]uit
 Pool 0: 127.0.0.1           Diff:7.18T  + GBT   LU:[14:22:14]  User:aaabbb
 Block #549929: ...99232abf  Diff:7.18T (51.43E)  Started: [14:18:14]  I: 0.00 BTC/hr
 ST:3  F:0  NB:2  AS:0  BW:[ 26/  0kB/s]  E:0.00  BS:954
 1            |  1.54/ 1.62/ 1.82Gh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 AMU 0:       |  1.54/ 1.62/ 1.81Gh/s | A:0 R:0+0(none) HW:0/none
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Started bfgminer 5.4.2
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Added local bitcoin RPC server on port 8332 as pool 1
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Probing for an alive pool
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Network difficulty changed to 7.18T (51.43E)
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Long-polling activated for http://127.0.0.1:8332 (getblocktemplate)
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Pool 0 http://127.0.0.1:8332 alive
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Long-polling activated for http://localhost:8332/#allblocks (getblocktemplate)
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Pool 1 http://localhost:8332/#allblocks alive
 [2018-11-13 14:15:53] Pool 1 http://localhost:8332/#allblocks alive
 [2018-11-13 14:18:14] Longpoll from pool 0 detected new block

bitcoind:
2018-11-13T14:13:54Z UpdateTip: new best=00000000000000000010339634e841b8755e84059406a5137e52620c3386041e height=549927 version=0x20000000 log2_work=90.008634 tx=356423312 date='2018-11-13T14:13:16Z' progress=1.000000 cache=8.4MiB(61833txo) warning='23 of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'
2018-11-13T14:13:54Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 682540 txs: 417 fees: 1545879 sigops 4064
2018-11-13T14:15:53Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 1171664 txs: 697 fees: 3653730 sigops 8448
2018-11-13T14:16:53Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 1430144 txs: 819 fees: 5232557 sigops 9512
2018-11-13T14:17:53Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 1730492 txs: 974 fees: 6501427 sigops 11764
2018-11-13T14:18:14Z UpdateTip: new best=0000000000000000001486f0ebea5708e72f09aa013a7b07aaab842199232abf height=549928 version=0x20000000 log2_work=90.00867 tx=356425155 date='2018-11-13T14:17:58Z' progress=1.000000 cache=9.2MiB(68436txo) warning='23 of last 100 blocks have unexpected version'
2018-11-13T14:18:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 467852 txs: 249 fees: 778233 sigops 3420
2018-11-13T14:19:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 646524 txs: 374 fees: 2466215 sigops 4496
2018-11-13T14:20:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 862828 txs: 519 fees: 3186790 sigops 5812
2018-11-13T14:21:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 1086864 txs: 647 fees: 4377155 sigops 6748
2018-11-13T14:22:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 2111864 txs: 792 fees: 8931808 sigops 7888
2018-11-13T14:23:14Z CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 2249252 txs: 904 fees: 9530958 sigops 8560
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November 15, 2018, 09:46:59 AM
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Hello can someone please confirm my understanding of the setup I use is correct?

I'm about to do lottery solomining using USB Block Erupter.

My setup is following:

1. Laptop, running Bitcoin Core full node
2. separate RPi, running BFGMINER mining thru Bitcoin Core on the laptop and also operating as stratum proxy.
(the coinbase address I want to get potential reward is given by --generate-to option)

now two of my friends want to do lottery mining as well so I thought they can use my node. That's the reason I enabled stratum proxy with --stratum-port in bfgminer. (on RPi)

Is my understanding right they can now use their own BFGMINER connect to my stratum and if they use their own --generate-to address their reward goes to them automatically?
I'm quite confused as I was trying to simulate I'm one of my friends - started another instance of BFGMINER on a remote PC and connected to my startum. It works well but even if I don't specify
any address with --generate-to. If that machine would find a block where the reward goes?


thanks for clarification

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ok, i'm a new guy to ubuntu.  i'm trying to download and install bfgminer, but all sources related to ubuntu are problematic.  i'm using synaptic for finding and installing programs but when i try to follow the installed programs list, i am having trouble locating an executable file of any sort to run the program.  so i've used synaptic to uninstall and reinstall the program a couple times and anything that has looked like an executable file i've clicked and bfg hasn't started yet.  i've gone to youtube, help.ubuntu.com/community/ExternalGuides, google, and i'm not getting the software to run.
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ok, i'm a new guy to ubuntu.  i'm trying to download and install bfgminer, but all sources related to ubuntu are problematic.  i'm using synaptic for finding and installing programs but when i try to follow the installed programs list, i am having trouble locating an executable file of any sort to run the program.  so i've used synaptic to uninstall and reinstall the program a couple times and anything that has looked like an executable file i've clicked and bfg hasn't started yet.  i've gone to youtube, help.ubuntu.com/community/ExternalGuides, google, and i'm not getting the software to run.

First tell us which version you are running. If you are running a LTS version (which you should, as non LTS Ubuntu is beta quality at best) that is 16.04 or 18.04, there is a PPA provided by LukeJr.

Remove any bfgminer you might have installed using synaptic, then all you have to do is add this PPA and install the package. The instructions would be as follows (in a terminal):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:luke-jr/bfgminer
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install bfgminer

Then you can run bfgminer at any time from the terminal.



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ubuntu 18.04.2

oh, and i took those three steps in your reply and still don't know the command to make it run
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ubuntu 18.04.2

oh, and i took those three steps in your reply and still don't know the command to make it run

Well that falls into bfgminer's thread, but you should read the included readme or check it online before asking questions there.

A quick glimpse seems to indicate you are supposed to run like it this:

bfgminer -o http://​pool:port -u username -p password

Do read the documentation for further details.



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June 25, 2019, 02:45:05 PM
Last edit: June 29, 2019, 10:22:56 AM by TheFoes
 #1196

hi.

can anyone help? BTC sha256 start with 0x0000 block header while im trying to make it start from 0x8000.

so can anyone reconfigure icarus.c and antminer.c to target the block header to 0x8000.

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July 21, 2019, 09:43:31 PM
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Hi All,

Does anyone know how to set BFGMiners extranonce2_size to be 4 or is 2 hard coded?

I'm using --stratum-port:9332 and this is working. When I connect to the server I get:

'Subscribed! extranonce1=ff extranonce2=8a76 extranonce2_size=2'

However when I connect to antpool I get:

'Subscribed! extranonce1=4a000200 extranonce2=b0743a6f extranonce2_size=4'

I'd prefer BFGMiners extranonce2_size to be 4. I've upgraded bitcoind to 0.18.0 in case extranonce2 was set their, but no change or improvement noticed.

Thank you.
James.




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July 30, 2019, 05:49:48 AM
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So, trying to use this with a moonlander.  Using it to solo mine on a scrypt alt-coin that uses longpolling and requires a "mine to" address that this program declares is "invalid".   I don't see how to achieve that.
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