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  1. 😅 I think a lot of people have older hardware than they realise, but you can still possibly get an acceptable hash rate. The latest-18.20 tag could still work but looks like something has broken in the installation of the 18.20 drivers on latest (Ubuntu 20.04 base) since I went away, I'll take a look when I get a chance and patch it.
  2. No worries! I had a look into the reinstalling every time by the way, looks like with the CUDA driver it does so I'll patch that. I think setting a volume on the host to install to will require multiple volumes, I could get around this using symbolic links but it's a little hacky so I'll think about it for a while before implementing it. I'll @guillelopez you when I've worked out a way to do it and implemented it
  3. Hey, sadly probably not supported. You can try the 18.20 drivers (check out OP), if it still doesn’t work you can try the latest-18.20 tag. If it doesn’t work on that we won’t be able to get it going via Docker, earlier driver versions don’t work with the PhoenixMiner binary.
  4. Hello @letrain, @lenny7474, @truthfulie, @captaincu, @joshallen2k, @ptrang, @Maldar, @braydination, @BioHazardous, @melbatoast_355 So I went on holiday expecting to have an internet connection, but I didn't. So I'm very sorry for the delay. Anyway, here goes with my answers to everyone's queries. Sorry if I missed some details there was a lot to read through Looks like you've done the right thing. I get around 29.5 on my RX 580 8GB, can you please share the arguments you're trying to use it with? EDIT: Also your issue possibly ties in with @truthfulie, @captaincu
  5. Big thanks to those who helped out in my absence (@creativity404). I went on holiday and was expecting to have a connection to the internet, but I didn't. @Creativity404 Are you still having trouble yourself, or did you get to the bottom of it? Sadly the XMRig data folder is tiny, if you don't want to increase your docker image size, what I can do is install the drivers and use a utility like ncdu to find what locations are suitable to create volumes for. What driver version are you trying to use? Nvidia right? The container is already based on Ubuntu, but
  6. 🤔 This is odd. Can you please force an update to the container to make sure you are on a version that handles sigterm, and then please share your diagnostics.zip when the container is unresponsive? Also, are you running the latest-root tag or latest? When it is unresponsive, do the logs not load via docker logs XMRig -f as well as the Unraid WebUI or just the WebUI? And does the first command output something and then not continue, or output nothing at all? Also, when you say a clean shut down do you mean of the container or does it hang your whole server during a shutdown? Becau
  7. I think @trig229 is having trouble with a Sapphire RX 6800 XT 16 GB Nitro+ from their logs. Yes I did! And I tried to get it working again today, but still no luck. But it's okay, I don't need to use it with linux anymore. I got it to use with tuya-convert, but I ended up using an Arduino Uno to flash the chips directly anyway. At least it works with my Windows VM so it's not a complete waste 🤷‍♂️.
  8. Thanks for the info @Steace! Awesome option for people more interested in squeezing that bit more out of their hash rate. The lower minimum payout + lower transaction fees are definitely useful when mining XMR. Anyone who's interested in changing; best time to do it is right after a payout, as the profits aren't transferable from pool to pool.
  9. No problem! And you're welcome 😁 If you're on the current template it explains too by the way, although it's a bit long so I don't blame you for missing it (or you're on the old template). In case anyone else comes across this while searching:
  10. The HDMI dummy will still make it fluctuate 😅 I have one too, and when connected it bounces up and down +-5w. If you're just using it for Windows, check out VirtIO Guest Tools if you haven't already, it's an install package on the VirtIO Drivers ISO. Yup it'd be bound at the moment if you're using it in a VM. It could be better for Plex yeah, but if you're using Quick Sync to transcode h265 content the Intel might be marginally more efficient from hardware HEVC decoding support so could go either way too 😂 If most of your content is h264 or AV1 the Nvidia card will probably be bett
  11. Thanks for fielding that question for me. For some reason, even though I have it set to email me every time there's a new post, it doesn't Also thanks letting me know about the procedure with Nvidia too, I have no way to test my work as I only have AMD cards. Do the overclock arguments from PhoenixMiner work for your 1070, or do you get errors? If this was XMRig, I'd say you're looking at a ~10% increase in hash power. But the performance of this container in theory should be around the same as running PhoenixMiner from a VM as long as there are no other bottlenecks (ie.
  12. Those logs line up with what @gfjardim said above, and I think they're spot on. If I was you I'd let the preclear finish and then confirm that the SMART data is valid after that. Definitely keep an eye on the current temperature data afterwards and make sure it updates as expected, as that is one of the more frequently updated SMART data points, and one that the system likely relies on. You can monitor it for a while before you add it to your array of course, but I think your drive is fine.
  13. If this pre-clear is still in progress, can you please share your smart data from Main > Drive Name > Download next to Download SMART Report? Alternatively this is also in diagnostics.zip. You should be able to see the smart data on this screen too. As long as the smart data is visible there (and not wildly inaccurate) it's not an issue with your drive. ie.
  14. Honestly this is pretty cool and I'm going to use it myself, thank you 😁 Just as a warning to anyone who decides to use this it's definitely worth taking note of above: This script also assumes your Default VM storage path is /mnt/user/domains/, if it's not, it will create a share called domains unless you update the references to this path. Also note that VM Manager needs to be started before you run the script if you are using the default Libvirt storage location which is a disk image that gets mounted when you start VM Manager. Otherwise when it gets started /mnt
  15. Hey @Steace, Haha all good, I usually edit my own reply rather than replying again if I am the most recent to reply to a thread. But that time I posted because it was an announcement. You did nothing wrong, I’m just talking to myself 😅 Thanks for letting me know! I've given it a value as default and added to the description that it should be removed unless you want to use GPU passthrough. That way people won't have the same trouble as you did. And leaving the default value there will do nothing unless you install GPU drivers in the container by filling out the other variables
  16. Hey @horphi, this is quite difficult to set up but possible. Ravencoin uses the kawpow algorithm which is a GPU algorithm. To use XMRig you will need to go on the latest-root tag and re-install it from CA to get the new GPU options, and configure those. Then you will need to follow the instructions I'm giving for @tsakodim below but set the Coin variable to an unsupported option like x instead. Then you will need to add --algo kawpow to additional arguments and update the pool & wallet details per the Nanopool website. PS. there is a typo in your Additional Arguments: --random-1gb-pa
  17. Due to overwhelming demand (3 people 😂), I've just released a new version works with both AMD and likely Nvidia GPUs as well. You'll need to re-add the container from CA and use the repository to lnxd/xmrig:latest-root to use the new features; it'll probably get picked up some time within the next 2 hours. I haven't got an Nvidia GPU to test it with so if someone gets it working with one, please let me know. But be patient, it takes around 10 mins to install Cuda for me before it gets to the mining stage, I'm gonna work on reducing that when I get a chance. It now includes XMRig 6.
  18. Thanks for the heads up @Squid! A very good call to do this after the recent wave of compromised servers with XMRig running. I'll update OP. And @jonathanm that recommendation made me laugh this morning, it was one of the first things I read when I woke up and it's very true 🤣 Hey @Steace! Yup you sure do. Otherwise it'll be a looooonngg time to payout. Just make sure you note their transaction fee when you're reducing the value. If you slip it into the worker field it should work, eg. Unraid/test@example.com. Then just let it mine for a while befo
  19. Haha no worries! Just @trig229 is having trouble now. Sadly the drivers don't work, but I don't want to hijack this post 😅 I think this answer looks promising for my problem, I'll give it a shot when I get some time.
  20. Thank you! Should have been obvious to me, but I didn't know the new version was out yet 😅
  21. Haha yeah it's super expensive here, I calculated that at a rate of $0.21AUD/kWh. I have flat rate electricity (included in my rent) so I can play around a bit, but it would have to cost someone less than $0.035AUD/kWh to be profitable with an RX 580. But hey, it's max 14c (57f) here today, and mining heats two rooms of my house 😂
  22. Thanks for all the suggestions in your post! Super valuable information for people with Xeons. If I'm honest about GPU Mining Monero, the environmentalist inside me kicks in and says it's a waste of electricity 😅 My hash rate with my RX580 with XMRig/RandomX is around 900H/s which is around $2.56AUD/month at current rates, but the cost at 80w is around $12.85AUD/month worth of electricity. I might write up a tag for people who are left out (and are lucky to have free electricity). It just requires one extra XMRig build so that it works with Nvidia cards + adding the AMD drivers which
  23. Hey! I'm building a kernel that contains vendor-reset for @plis halp. Is it failing to build vendor-reset?: ---Copying Kernel Image to output folder--- ---Downloading gnif/vendor-reset from Github--- ---Source: https://github.com/gnif/vendor-reset --- Cloning into 'vendor-reset'... Already on 'master' Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'. make -C /lib/modules/5.10.21-Unraid/build M=/usr/src/vendor-reset/vendor-reset modules make[1]: *** /lib/modules/5.10.21-Unraid/build: No such file or directory. Stop. make: *** [Makefile:8: build] Error 2 make -C /lib/modules/5.10.21-
  24. Haha no worries, as far as it looks, the card is resetting correctly. Did you notice if one core get stuck at 100% when this happens? Easiest way to see this is probably from Unraid dash, but you can see it via Task Manager or by running top as well. That'd be a sure sign the vBIOS you're using is causing problems, and you'd want to dump it yourself. I hate to be the link guy but I'm a little stumped, but I think you're on the right track already with the changes you made to your XML. I came across this comment for someone having the same issue with a 6800XT on Reddit that says:
  25. Haha yeah sorry I was a bit tired when I asked, dumb question because it says it's an i3 in your logs. But yeah drop your caches and then restart the container: