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Author Topic: BFGMiner 5.5.0: CPU/GPU/FPGA/ASIC mining software, GBT+Stratum, RPC, Linux/Win64  (Read 811584 times)
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December 06, 2017, 11:13:27 AM
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recent some one suggest me a software for btc mining the software name is compute i run this setup in my laptop its start mining can any one tell me is this real way for mining or fake

Most of those one-stop solutions will steal any bits you get. Even the so-called "front ends" for BFGMiner and CGMiner are bogus. Learn to use BFG Miner.
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December 14, 2017, 03:37:11 AM
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recent some one suggest me a software for btc mining the software name is compute i run this setup in my laptop its start mining can any one tell me is this real way for mining or fake

I suppose it's fake, Mining to a regular laptop or computer cannot be done these days. You need to build a rig first or invest to a mining hardware to be able to mine. You'll be wasting your time in doing so.
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December 18, 2017, 09:08:27 AM
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Good Morning Guys! I have an issue with my miner, and I'm hoping to get someones help with it. When the miner is running sometimes it say's "error getting coinbase address from pool 1: (null)". Doe's anyone know what this means and how to fix it, thanks! That is the pool from Solo mining with Bitcoin Core.
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December 27, 2017, 08:46:36 PM
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Most of those one-stop solutions will steal any bits you get. Even the so-called "front ends" for BFGMiner and CGMiner are bogus. Learn to use BFG Miner.
Gladly learn if I could find a f00lproof howto on getting this thingy to work.... Any pointers/examples available? Goal is to mine verge (XVG) coins...
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December 28, 2017, 09:20:29 AM
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Most of those one-stop solutions will steal any bits you get. Even the so-called "front ends" for BFGMiner and CGMiner are bogus. Learn to use BFG Miner.
Gladly learn if I could find a f00lproof howto on getting this thingy to work.... Any pointers/examples available? Goal is to mine verge (XVG) coins...

I used BFGMiner to mine Bitcoin. Sorry, but I can't help with other coins. You are going to have to search the forums for specifics on XVG.
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December 30, 2017, 08:43:39 AM
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Is BFGMiner 5.4.2 available for Ubuntu 16.04 users?
I have a new install of Ubuntu 16.04.
Bitcoin Core 15.1
BFGMiner 5.2.0
I am trying to upgrade to 5.4.2 to see if will resolve an issue and when I use the command
apt-get install bfgminer
it says I am already at the latest version 5.2.0. I installed it only a week ago.
How do I get upgraded to 5.4.2 if it is available for Ubuntu?

Confession: I am a newly convert to Linux so go easy on me.
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December 31, 2017, 04:23:59 PM
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more instrutions for the clueless would be nice I had a problem with bfgminer-5.4.2-win64 with it marking 2 of my Eruptors as Dead this morning I came to the conclution that the Serial Driver might be the cause So I installed https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/usb-to-uart-bridge-vcp-drivers Win64 driver for Win10 I have version 1709 is this the problem Is my version too old??? I reloaded the Win10 Genaric and it works now but I still get a COM5 Error not enough Admin privlages which is BS I own the hardware.I niticed they are all set to 9600BAUD is this another error communication speed should be much higher right I did try setting it as high as my 3D printer communication rates this is when the driver crashed and I had to reinstill.... so Do you leve this com rate at 9600Baud???

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January 03, 2018, 06:31:04 PM
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I am solo mining with Ubuntu 16, Bitcoin Core 15, BFGminer 5.4.2-29, Antminer S3.
BFGminer is requesting a new block be created by the Bitcoin core every minute like clockwork.
Is this expected behavior?
This seems to be excess work being placed on the core for no reason.
Is there a startup flag for BFGminer to control this?

Bitcoin debug.log
2018-01-03 17:39:32 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992620 txs: 2293 fees: 294454986 sigops 20460
2018-01-03 17:40:32 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992316 txs: 2421 fees: 363545029 sigops 24536
2018-01-03 17:41:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992700 txs: 2581 fees: 385087979 sigops 25060
2018-01-03 17:42:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992140 txs: 2593 fees: 408387089 sigops 26268
2018-01-03 17:43:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992480 txs: 2609 fees: 432487630 sigops 27896
2018-01-03 17:44:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992116 txs: 2761 fees: 452136320 sigops 29688

It seems the sequence of events should be...
- A completed block arrives in the Bitcoin core from one of the peers.
- Bitcoin Core notifies BFGminer of this blocks arrival.
- BFGminer sends a request to the core to create a new block from the available transaction in the Mem pool. “CreateNewBlock”
- Bitcoin core passes the new block to BFGminer, who then distributes the header out to the miners.

It seems that a “CreateNewBlock” would only occur when it is needed after a completed block has arrived. Can anyone shed some light on this process? Thanks.
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January 03, 2018, 07:03:02 PM
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I am solo mining with Ubuntu 16, Bitcoin Core 15, BFGminer 5.4.2-29, Antminer S3.
BFGminer is requesting a new block be created by the Bitcoin core every minute like clockwork.
Is this expected behavior?
This seems to be excess work being placed on the core for no reason.
Is there a startup flag for BFGminer to control this?

Bitcoin debug.log
2018-01-03 17:39:32 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992620 txs: 2293 fees: 294454986 sigops 20460
2018-01-03 17:40:32 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992316 txs: 2421 fees: 363545029 sigops 24536
2018-01-03 17:41:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992700 txs: 2581 fees: 385087979 sigops 25060
2018-01-03 17:42:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992140 txs: 2593 fees: 408387089 sigops 26268
2018-01-03 17:43:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992480 txs: 2609 fees: 432487630 sigops 27896
2018-01-03 17:44:33 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992116 txs: 2761 fees: 452136320 sigops 29688

It seems the sequence of events should be...
- A completed block arrives in the Bitcoin core from one of the peers.
- Bitcoin Core notifies BFGminer of this blocks arrival.
- BFGminer sends a request to the core to create a new block from the available transaction in the Mem pool. “CreateNewBlock”
- Bitcoin core passes the new block to BFGminer, who then distributes the header out to the miners.

It seems that a “CreateNewBlock” would only occur when it is needed after a completed block has arrived. Can anyone shed some light on this process? Thanks.

Notice the block fees going up? Wink

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January 03, 2018, 08:52:13 PM
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The below log shows a new block being created every minute on the 35 second mark with the fees increasing, until the completed block 502417 arrives in the Core from a peer node at 20:10:12.
A new block is then created that very same second and I assume passed to BFGminer, with a much lower fee than the one created 37 seconds prior.
It seems that all the prior blocks being created, just in case they are needed, are trumped by this new block created just after a completed block arrives.
Why is it such a lower fee? I suspect because when the completed block arrived, the Bitcoin Core removed all the transactions used in that completed block from the Mem pool of available transactions. Pretty much making all prior blocks created for BFGminer invalid as some of those transactions may have been in this newly completed block.

It seems to me that you shouldn’t create a new block until after the current completed block has arrived and the Mem pool has been updated with available transactions.


2018-01-03 20:07:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992232 txs: 2203 fees: 378086720 sigops 21168
2018-01-03 20:08:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992656 txs: 2419 fees: 410225647 sigops 24184
2018-01-03 20:09:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992140 txs: 2480 fees: 471696205 sigops 25236
2018-01-03 20:10:12 UpdateTip: new best=00000000000000000086ed3aef84344e66870d3328bd5debfbbf18a5d4688285 height=502417 version=0x20000000 log2_work=87.79324 tx=288749882 date='2018-01-03 20:10:04' progress=1.000000 cache=112.6MiB(855803txo)
2018-01-03 20:10:12 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992428 txs: 860 fees: 210806676 sigops 6272
2018-01-03 20:11:12 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992460 txs: 1135 fees: 246322036 sigops 9720
2018-01-03 20:12:13 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992348 txs: 1479 fees: 278896141 sigops 12880

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January 04, 2018, 12:47:22 AM
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The below log shows a new block being created every minute on the 35 second mark with the fees increasing, until the completed block 502417 arrives in the Core from a peer node at 20:10:12.
A new block is then created that very same second and I assume passed to BFGminer, with a much lower fee than the one created 37 seconds prior.
It seems that all the prior blocks being created, just in case they are needed, are trumped by this new block created just after a completed block arrives.
Why is it such a lower fee? I suspect because when the completed block arrived, the Bitcoin Core removed all the transactions used in that completed block from the Mem pool of available transactions. Pretty much making all prior blocks created for BFGminer invalid as some of those transactions may have been in this newly completed block.

It seems to me that you shouldn’t create a new block until after the current completed block has arrived and the Mem pool has been updated with available transactions.


2018-01-03 20:07:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992232 txs: 2203 fees: 378086720 sigops 21168
2018-01-03 20:08:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992656 txs: 2419 fees: 410225647 sigops 24184
2018-01-03 20:09:35 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992140 txs: 2480 fees: 471696205 sigops 25236
2018-01-03 20:10:12 UpdateTip: new best=00000000000000000086ed3aef84344e66870d3328bd5debfbbf18a5d4688285 height=502417 version=0x20000000 log2_work=87.79324 tx=288749882 date='2018-01-03 20:10:04' progress=1.000000 cache=112.6MiB(855803txo)
2018-01-03 20:10:12 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992428 txs: 860 fees: 210806676 sigops 6272
2018-01-03 20:11:12 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992460 txs: 1135 fees: 246322036 sigops 9720
2018-01-03 20:12:13 CreateNewBlock(): block weight: 3992348 txs: 1479 fees: 278896141 sigops 12880


Everything appears to be working fine.

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January 04, 2018, 02:02:21 PM
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Best miner ,which i can use in raspberry pi ?
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January 06, 2018, 04:53:21 PM
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Not sure this is the correct way to ask, but

any chance of getting support for Innosilicon devices with BFGMiner ?!
(A4 preferred  Smiley )

Kind regards...
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January 06, 2018, 07:01:00 PM
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Not sure this is the correct way to ask, but

any chance of getting support for Innosilicon devices with BFGMiner ?!
(A4 preferred  Smiley )

Kind regards...
As I understand it, the current scrypt maintainer has  his own mining hardware, so probably isn't interested in supporting competitors.
So you'd need to find someone willing to write and maintain a new driver for it, and probably Innosilicon would need to provide at least specs of some sort (and ideally sample hardware).

nwoolls (who used to maintain BFGMiner's scrypt drivers) has been MIA for a year or so, but maybe if you PM him on the  forum, he might get an email and be interested?

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January 06, 2018, 09:40:51 PM
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Does the stratum-proxy only work solo against a wallet, or does it act as a pass-through?

If pass-through, can it be run multi-port? Would the command look something like this?

Code:
./bfgminer\
 --stratum-port <port> -o stratum+tcp://muppetminging.fakeurl -u fozzy.bear -p wukka_wukka\
 --stratum-port <port> -o stratum+tcp://happydaystv.fakeurl -u <arthur.fonzarelli> -p he-ey
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January 06, 2018, 10:53:44 PM
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NEW VERSION 5.5.0, JANUARY 3 2018

Human readable changelog:
  • Support for Alcheminer using a USB->UART dongle
  • openwrt: Binary packages for (LEDE) 17.01 "Reboot".
  • Update bundled dependency libraries (including bundled libblkmaker, for out-of-the-box Segwit support).

Full changelog:
  • Update official Win32/64 build compiler and libraries:
    • Win64 compiler (GCC) from 5.3.0 to 7.2.0 (Win32 remains at 4.7.4)
    • c-ares from 1.10.0-r1 to 1.11.0
    • libjansson from 2.7 to 2.10
    • libcurl from 7.47.1 to 7.57.0
    • libevent from 2.1.5-r4 to 2.1.8
    • libusb from 1.0.20 to 1.0.21
    • libmicrohttpd from 0.9.48 to 0.9.58
    • zlib from 1.2.8-r1 to 1.2.11-r1
  • Update copyrights
  • AUTHORS: Update
  • README.ASIC: Update Alcheminer
  • alchemist: Reset using DTR as well
  • alchemist: Experimental USB->UART Dongle Support on RPi
  • make-release: Add crypt32.dll to OS-provided library list
  • README: Expand on --set-device documentation
  • Update libblkmaker to 0.6.0
  • openwrt: Update for LEDE 17.01
  • ccan: Update to latest version (which fixes musl libc support)
  • Bugfix: probe_device_thread: Fix threadname buffer size
  • Bugfix: appdata_file_call: Fix buffer size and loop
  • Bugfix: SSM: Clear desired_default_share_pdiff when initialising desired_share_pdiff before authentication
  • cpu: Avoid relocations for x86_64 assembly that interfere with building BFGMiner as a PIE
  • Bugfix: SSM: We already hold the pool lock when we need to call stale_work, so avoid trying to lock it a second time inside the function
  • Bugfix: Hold the control lock when updating the generate-to script
  • Bugfix: Hold the pool lock when updating lp_id
  • Bugfix: icarus: Explicitly specify type wide enough for bitshift in icarus_proc_for_nonce
  • configure: BFG_FIND_INCLUDE_PATH: Handle more unusual syntax correctly
  • Bugfix: SSM: Handle network problems safely, and use thread-safe libevent

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January 06, 2018, 10:55:04 PM
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Does the stratum-proxy only work solo against a wallet, or does it act as a pass-through?

If pass-through, can it be run multi-port? Would the command look something like this?

Code:
./bfgminer\
 --stratum-port <port> -o stratum+tcp://muppetminging.fakeurl -u fozzy.bear -p wukka_wukka\
 --stratum-port <port> -o stratum+tcp://happydaystv.fakeurl -u <arthur.fonzarelli> -p he-ey
It can do both, but the stratum pool must provide at least 3 bytes of extranonce2.

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January 07, 2018, 11:57:15 AM
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Not sure this is the correct way to ask, but

any chance of getting support for Innosilicon devices with BFGMiner ?!
(A4 preferred  Smiley )

Kind regards...
As I understand it, the current scrypt maintainer has  his own mining hardware, so probably isn't interested in supporting competitors.
So you'd need to find someone willing to write and maintain a new driver for it, and probably Innosilicon would need to provide at least specs of some sort (and ideally sample hardware).

nwoolls (who used to maintain BFGMiner's scrypt drivers) has been MIA for a year or so, but maybe if you PM him on the  forum, he might get an email and be interested?

That is a bummer to hear.. 
Does it help if you have the open source of the innosillicon's version of cgminer with the driver ?!
(https://github.com/Binary4/cgminer-3.9.0-a4-12-dg)

Thanx.


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January 07, 2018, 10:51:17 PM
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Not sure this is the correct way to ask, but

any chance of getting support for Innosilicon devices with BFGMiner ?!
(A4 preferred  Smiley )

Kind regards...
As I understand it, the current scrypt maintainer has  his own mining hardware, so probably isn't interested in supporting competitors.
So you'd need to find someone willing to write and maintain a new driver for it, and probably Innosilicon would need to provide at least specs of some sort (and ideally sample hardware).

nwoolls (who used to maintain BFGMiner's scrypt drivers) has been MIA for a year or so, but maybe if you PM him on the  forum, he might get an email and be interested?

That is a bummer to hear.. 
Does it help if you have the open source of the innosillicon's version of cgminer with the driver ?!
(https://github.com/Binary4/cgminer-3.9.0-a4-12-dg)

Thanx.



Yes, possibly that is enough, but still someone needs to port it to BFGMiner.

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January 08, 2018, 11:10:41 PM
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Hi,
I'm trying to mine some litecoins with bfgminer. I've downloaded and installed the software, modified my bat file to look like this for my GPU card:

bfgminer.exe --scrypt opencl:auto -o stratum+tcp://us.litecoinpool.org:3333 -u <<userID>> -p <<pw>>

However, as soon as I execute this (double-click on it) - it opens up the window to start running it which is great.. bad news is that it's pointing to a slushpool.org site and the userID is also wrong instead of my site? I don't get that? any help here on that? It's version 5.4.2

oh- also, I wasn't sure if the .conf file needed to be modified, but I opened it up with notepad and found that it also had that slushpool on there so I changed it to my pool information, and it's still reverting to the slushpool information.
Was I supposed to save the config file as a specific named one? If so, then what should it be named?


Thanks

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