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  1. Is there a guide on how to setup and run a server - would love to host one. This brings back great memories.
  2. That looks really cool - would be awesome to stop burning NVME drives! Here's hoping.
  3. @mcai3db3 - thanks, that's what I missed. So I guess I have to run that each time I restart unraid then as well? Still hoping for undervolting ability as would drop temps a lot, but at least I can run - appreciate you. edit: is it possible to set fan settings manually? would like 100% to keep memory cool
  4. Came to try this after no success in Phoenix miner with power control. Might be same problem here I guess. My gtx3080 will only run full power which overheats and is not efficient. I really REALLY hope someone can get overclocks to work but I'd settle for power limit if I could at least get it to work. Based on what was posted above, I opened a terminal in unraid (not the docker) and typed the following: nvidia-smi -i 0 -pl 240 The system reply was: Power limit for GPU 00000000:21:00.0 was set to 240.00 W from 370.00 W. Warning
  5. Well I guess I'll be looking at other alternatives since nobody seems to be able to help, I'm not running a 3080 at stock timings and power usage - that's cray cray.
  6. Unraid is saying there is update to Machinaris, but I see nothing posted here. I'm already running 0.3.1. Please advise.
  7. Thanks - that's perfect. I'm not familiar with this forum software.
  8. Would like to be able to quickly see new activity, but either select certain forums or at least block some. I don't want to see any posts for example in other languages because I can't understand them, so scrolling past them in the new activity feed is annoying.
  9. I can't seem to get the power settings to change anything. I am running a GTX3080 with additional phoenix parameters: -powlim -35 -cclock -200 -mclock +1200 -tt -80 logs show: [96mEth speed: 86.820 MH/s, shares: 59/0/0, time: 0:48 [0mEth: New job #810a28b0 from eth-us-east.flexpool.io:4444; diff: 4000MH [95mGPU1: 78C 90% 337W From what I understand I should be around 230 watts with these settings so they don't seem like they are reducing my power levels at all. edit: I don't think it's passing any of my command arguments through as I also a
  10. Is it posible to use SSL for this? I put port 5555 as recommended per flex pool for ssl access to their pool but it won't connect. SOLVED IT: Figured it out: you have to change the pool setting, ie.: "ssl://eth-us-east.flexpool.io:5555". you can't just put the ssl port at the end you have to preface the pool name with ssl://
  11. Is there any way to incorporate this docker with hpool mining? At this point it looks hopeless for someone with my amount of plots to solo mine and the devs have delayed formal pools beyond what I'm willing to wait.
  12. @LaMMiUnder tools/system devices I see no such information. The line for my video card shows this: IOMMU group 24:[10de:2206] 21:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GA102 [GeForce RTX 3080] (rev a1). Where can I find the UUID? Sorry such a stupid question. And when I put the runtime info into extra parameters I get this: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker create --name='PhoenixMiner' --net='bridge' --privileged=true -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'WALLET'='deleted for this log report..
  13. A stupid beginner question: but I can't get this running. It keeps telling me "No avaiable GPUs for mining. Please check your drivers and/or hardware." in the setup it asks for the GUID of the video card: is this what I find in system devices between the parenthesis: ie 10de:2206? Also - I put in '--runtime=nvidia' to your 'Extra Parameters' in the Advanced View as per the instructions but it wouldn't even start then so I took it out.
  14. Ahh, I must have entered a wrong port first time as it didn't respond but I just checked again and it worked. So that doesn't verify the port is actually being forwarded to a specific machine but at least I know it's open. Thanks.
  15. Is there a way to check on my unraid machine which ports are open from the WAN? I.e. on my computer I can run https://portchecker.co and see which ports are open but since my router is forwarding a particular port (or should be...) to my unraid server I need to be able to check from that machine to verify that the port is open.