ERC Mining Guide

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ERC Mining Guide
« on: 11. July 2016, 08:01:06 »
Internal Miner Windows

Per Shortcut
1. Make sure your wallet is closed
2. Make sure your Hodlcoin-qt.exe is on your Desktop
3. Bring up Run (Press [Window] + [R] on your keyboard)
4. Paste below in Run
%userprofile%\Desktop\HOdlcoin-qt.exe  -gen=1 -minermemory=2 -genproclimit=4 -miningaddress="address"

*Note put your address in place of "address" like this "EeJzokt3M5sT59wethUnPcFipAWUGpSVWY"
**Note minermemory should be "1" or "2" on windows any higher and you ger a Runtime error
***Note minermemory is the amount of Ram your using and must be multiplied by genproclimit to equal totale Threads you would like to use example (-minermemory=2 -genproclimit=4 is 8 Threads)

I have tested a way with more clients. Then it is possible more ram to use. Use "europecoin.conf" with bind 127.0.0.[another_number] . You need for every miner a folder.



or per conf file

add a europecoin.conf
Code: [Select]
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=11989
gen=1
minermemory=2
genproclimit=4
miningaddress=yourwalletaddresshere

Or per Qt only

Click tab "mining" without changes.


External Miner




This is the home of cpuminer-opt, The optimized CPU miner.

a fork of cpuminer-multi by Tpruvot.

cpuminer-opt now does Windows!

cpuminer-opt now supports 38 algorithms with 19 optimized to use AES_NI on capable CPUs.

cpuminer-opt v3.3.6 is available for download.

Source:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0lVSGQYLJIZZWctdjQtUmR2NW8/view?usp=sharing

Cryptomining Blog have built Windows binaries of cpuminer-opt for various supported CPU
architectures and bundled necessary DLL files. Thanks to them for their support.

Article:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/7930-windows-binaries-for-the-cpuminer-opt-3-3-5-cpu-miner/

Windows download:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/download/cpuminer-opt-3-3-6-windows.zip

All users are encouraged to upgrade.

New in V3.3.6

- Fixed cryptonight algo on Windows.

- Fixed reporting of AVX support on CPUs.

- Added bench test support from TPruvot

Other recent changes:

- Windows support added for all algos except hodl without AES-AVX.
- m7m algo AES optimized +75%, SSE2 +59%
- New algo x11evo (Revolver coin) added with AES-AVX optimizated +109%
   and SSE2 +42% more hash than the current cpu miner.
- lyra2v2 algo SSE2 optimized +106%.
- new algo hmq1725 (espers) AES-AVX1 optimized +56% and SSE2 optimized +17%

Requirements:

1. A x86_64 architecture CPU with a minimum of SSE2 support. This includes Intel
Core2 and newer and AMD equivalents. In order to take advantage of AES_NI
optimizations a CPU with AES_NI and AVX is required. This includes Intel Sandybridge
and newer and AMD equivalents.

Older CPUs are supported by cpuminer-multi by TPruvot but at reduced performance.

2. 64 bit Linux OS. Ubuntu and Fedora based distributions, including Mint and Centos are known to work
and have all dependencies in their repositories. Others may work but may require more effort.
64 bit Windows OS is now supported with mingw_w64 and msys.

Performance chart below is for Intel i7-6700K @ 4 GHz, 16 GB mem.

The normalization rates have ben added to the chart to help with profit
switching. Reference algo x11 = 1.

Due to the peculiarities of some algorithms their performance on other CPU
architectures may not scale equally. Their normalizations rates will also
differ from those listed below. YMMV.

Normalized profitability = algo profitability * normalization rate

Code: [Select]
              AES-AVX1   SSE2(1)   norm rate(5)
              --------   -------   ---------
x11             740 K     525 K        1
x13             373       298          0.50
x14             357       271          0.48
x15             333       270          0.45
x17             317       248          0.43
x11gost         531       392          0.72
x11evo          575       387          0.78
quark          1195       924          1.61
qubit          1090       765          1.45
nist5          2000      1592          3.37
zr5             850       650          1.15
c11             733       475          0.99
myr-gr         1572      1560          2.12
hmq1725         214       161          0.29
cryptonight     290 H     165 H        0.00039
hodl            275       200          0.00037
neoscrypt       (4)        32 K        0.043
lyra2re         (4)       930          1.25
lyra2rev2       (4)      1020          1.38
argon2          (4)      33.7          0.045
m7m             (4)      48.7          0.066
groestl         (4)       931          1.26
skein           (4)      5747          7.77
skein2          (4)      8675         11.7
pentablake      (4)      3960          5.35
keccak          (4)      7790         10.5
scrypt          (4)       113          0.153
sha256d         (4)      62.5          0.084
blake           (4)      22.4 M       30.4
blake2s         (4)      17.5         23.6
vanilla         (4)      33.0         44.6
blakecoin       (4)      33.9         45.8
decred          (4)      22.6         30.5
axiom           (4)        72 H        0.098
yescrypt        (4)      3760          0.0051
scryptjane      (4)       250          0.00034
cryptolight(2)  (4)       685          0.00093
pluck(2)        (4)      1925          0.0026
drop(2)         (4)       934 K        1.26
fresh(2)        (4)       528 K        0.71

Footnotes:
(1) SSE2 rates are simulated in software.
(2) benchmark tested only.
(3) CPU architecture not supported for algo. It won't work.
(4) Optimization not available for CPU artchitecture. Uses SSE2, slower
(5) Normalised profitability = algo profitability * norm rate, x11 = 1.
(6) algo not available on Windows
unlisted algos are in an unknown state.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1326803.0


Source https://github.com/hmage/cpuminer-opt

 

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