darkriderHi all 🤟 is anybody here using hiveos? I mined ETH before and now I want to continue, but I am getting lower hr then before. Gpus are 7x Gtx1070 and one gtx1060 6GB. Before I had cca 220MH and now I am under 200 with default setting or overclock, it's not matter. Thank you for tips
runing on 0.19, its contradictory because doing
ethminer --list-devices ethminer 0.19.0 Build: linux/release/gnu Id Pci Id Type Name CUDA SM Total Memory --- --------- ---- ----------------------------- ---- --- ------------ 0 01:00.0 Gpu GeForce GTX 1650 Yes 7.5 2.64 GB
it finds the GPU, then then i run
ethminer -G -U -M 1000 ethminer 0.19.0 Build: linux/release/gnu Error: No usable mining devices found
and this, so how can it find a GPU but it not be usable?
ethminer -U -M 1000starting up, but it is cnnected to wrong port, how to pick the right port?
-Fdoesn't seem to be a flag anymore?
@/all If everything goes well, ethminer 0.19 should be uploaded soon: https://github.com/ethereum-mining/ethminer/releases
Nothing went well because some time ago I must have deleted the GitHub authentication tokens used for ethminer binaries upload...
Hackintosh User here (macOS 10.14.5 / i5-8600k / RX 580).
I understand that for macOS (hackintosh) users, ethminer 0.17.x is the latest version we can either download or compile (later versions show "unrecognized platform Apple").
The miner itself runs okay, but has terrible hashrates (On windows using phoenix: ~30Mh/s, macOS ethminer: ~10Mh/s)
The run command I use currently with macOS ethminer (nicehash-mode) is:
./ethminer -v 0 -G -R -P stratum2+tcp://<BTC-ADDRESS>.<RIG-NAME>:firstname.lastname@example.org:3353 --opencl-device 1 --noeval --cl-only --cl-local-work=192 --cl-global-work=65536 --farm-recheck=200
I tried tweaking the local work size and the global work multipliers, and the values above are the best (~10Mh/s) I got.
In v0.15.x, there were user options for openCL kernel selections and parallel hash values, which when set to --cl-kernel=1 and --cl-parallel-hash=8 got me crazy high hashrates (~33Mh/s), but I know that the nominal hashrate output of the miner does not correctly represent the actual accepted hashrate of the pool, which I verified within Nicehash's rig manager (got 0Mh/s accepted after running for 12 hours).
Since I work primarily on my Hackintosh partition and rarely ever use my native Windows 10 installation, I really want to get some better hashrates using macOS ethminer.
So, four questions:
1) Has anyone found a solution (complete/partial, i don't care) for this?
2) Is this because of the lack-luster openCL v1.2 of macOS? Would installing POCL or pyopencl enhance performance after re-compiling ethminer?
3) Does DBUS support matter when compiling? Currently use -DETHDBUS=OFF when compiling (Don't really even know what it offers even after reading about it..)
4) Is this just the best I'll ever get under macOS no matter what? If so, could someone explain why?