[Support] lnxd - PhoenixMiner


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3 minutes ago, tsakodim said:

Nice docker that xmrig, many thanks 

Now is there a way to connect to that docker and see the console and the miner?

Thanks! If you mean to control it you’d need to start an interactive session using docker exec for now, I’m still investigating whether that’s possible.
 

Otherwise the logs should be visible via the WebUI in the Docker page, click on the xmrig logo and press logs.

 

Or of course run this in terminal:

docker logs xmrig -f

 

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9 minutes ago, lnxd said:

Thanks! If you mean to control it you’d need to start an interactive session using docker exec for now, I’m still investigating whether that’s possible.
 

Otherwise the logs should be visible via the WebUI in the Docker page, click on the xmrig logo and press logs.

 

Or of course run this in terminal:


docker logs xmrig -f

 

Yes the logs are what I wanted to see perfect
Thanks again

ps I left the donation to lnxd-fee, thats you right? Chears!

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9 minutes ago, tsakodim said:

Yes the logs are what I wanted to see perfect
Thanks again

ps I left the donation to lnxd-fee, thats you right? Chears!

Yes that's me, thank you! ☺️ On that setting (for the xmrig container) it mines for me for 1 minute every 100 minutes. I need to make the new support thread!

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3 minutes ago, tsakodim said:

Yes you should, XMR mining is gaining, with the prices and scarcity of the GPUs many will try CPU mining and Monero.

😂 it's available here. I like everything to be perfect before I post it but I'm starting work in 9 minutes so that'll have to do for now.

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5 hours ago, frodr said:

I have a Nvidia GPU with Unraid drivers. How should it be set up?

 

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Like that but take out the -amd 😅 I'll add that into the instructions in OP.

 

EDIT: It looks like you were following the right instructions by the way, if you get stuck at all just let me know.

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5 hours ago, lnxd said:

Like that but take out the -amd 😅 I'll add that into the instructions in OP.

 

EDIT: It looks like you were following the right instructions by the way, if you get stuck at all just let me know.

 

Removing -amd, it only popped in again. I removed the whole line.

 

The log says it can't find the Nvidia drivers. But the GPU runs fine with Plex, etc.

 

[0mNo CUDA driver found
OpenCL driver version: 20.20-1089974-ubuntu-20.04
[91mNo avaiable GPUs for mining. Please check your drivers and/or hardware.
[0m

 

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1 hour ago, frodr said:

Removing -amd, it only popped in again. I removed the whole line.

 

The log says it can't find the Nvidia drivers. But the GPU runs fine with Plex, etc.

Very interesting, I'm going to see if I can find out more information on your card's compatibility with the built-in drivers and go from there. I'll get back to you in the next day or so. You have a very high end server 😅

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1 hour ago, lnxd said:

Very interesting, I'm going to see if I can find out more information on your card's compatibility with the built-in drivers and go from there. I'll get back to you in the next day or so. You have a very high end server 😅

Thanks, looking forward to it. 

 

Did you forget to include your prosentage fee in the docker setup? I think it is fair that the one supporting the docker image have a possibility for compensation.

 

The server is fine, and quite strong. Watercooled. If I only can get hold of a 3080/90 GPU, I will not pay overprice.

 

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46 minutes ago, frodr said:

Thanks, looking forward to it. 

Have you set the Variables 'NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES' set to your UUID of your GPU, 'NVIDIA_CAPABILITIES' to 'all' and in the Extra Parameters also '--runtime=nvidia' in the Docker template?

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9 minutes ago, ich777 said:

Have you set the Variables 'NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES' set to your UUID of your GPU, 'NVIDIA_CAPABILITIES' to 'all' and in the Extra Parameters also '--runtime=nvidia' in the Docker template?

I tried without and with it. Error message with the setup below (and not in the log file):

Also, Server error when removing the line "GPU Device"

 

 

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17 minutes ago, frodr said:

I tried without and with it. Error message with the setup below (and not in the log file)

Then there is something wrong with the plugin or the nvidia driver itself.

 

Can you change a setting in the container template itself and post the Error that you get when the docker run command is executed.

Also what is this server error?

Also please remove the /dev/dri entry.

 

EDIT: I tried the container a few days ago with my GTX1060 6GB and it ran flawlessly.

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40 minutes ago, ich777 said:

Then there is something wrong with the plugin or the nvidia driver itself.

 

Can you change a setting in the container template itself and post the Error that you get when the docker run command is executed.

Also what is this server error?

Also please remove the /dev/dri entry.

 

EDIT: I tried the container a few days ago with my GTX1060 6GB and it ran flawlessly.

 

Saving a setting is fine, starting the docker:

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Nothing in the log file. 

 

Edit: I have removed the /dev/dri entry.

 

Can it be something related to the GPU/GPU driver. I having a strange transcoding error. From Plex log file:

 

Jobs: Exec of /config/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Codecs/EasyAudioEncoder-1165-linux-x86_64/EasyAudioEncoder/EasyAudioEncoder failed. (13)

 

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, frodr said:

Saving a setting is fine, starting the docker

Ah, yes, they have changed that, try to remove the parameter '--runtime=nvidia' and then start up the container.

When it is started click on the container and then add the '--runtime=nvidia' again and it should output what's wrong with it.

 

Have you restarted your server after installing the Nvidia Driver Plugin?

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32 minutes ago, ich777 said:

Ah, yes, they have changed that, try to remove the parameter '--runtime=nvidia' and then start up the container.

When it is started click on the container and then add the '--runtime=nvidia' again and it should output what's wrong with it.

 

Have you restarted your server after installing the Nvidia Driver Plugin?

I removed the "--runtime=nvidia", and the "Server error" disappeared, but is do not start. The log file says:

 

Project: PhoenixMiner 5.5c

Author: lnxd

Base: Ubuntu 20.04

Driver: amdgpu-pro-20.20-1098277 / AMDGPU-Pro Driver v20.20

 

Target: Unraid 6.9.0 - 6.9.1

 

Wallet: 0x23B9ab2B75943Be63857AA8768Aedce1BB75eD91

Pool: eu1.ethermine.org:4444

 

Starting PhoenixMiner 5.5c with the following arguments:

-pool eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -wal 0x23B9ab2B75943Be63857AA8768Aedce1BB75eD91.x -tt 70 -tstop 85 -tstart 80 -cdm 1 -cdmport 5450

Phoenix Miner 5.5c Linux/gcc - Release build

--------------------------------------------

 

[0mNo CUDA driver found

 

OpenCL driver version: 20.20-1089974-ubuntu-20.04

 

[91mNo avaiable GPUs for mining. Please check your drivers and/or hardware.

[0m

 

 

Yes, server is restarted many time. But to be sure I tested with a new restart. 

 

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16 minutes ago, frodr said:

Yes, server is restarted many time. But to be sure I tested with a new restart. 

Something seems wrong with your Docker service since it can't actually connect to the nvidia runtime.

Also it can't find Cuda because you are not passing it through.

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5 minutes ago, ich777 said:

Something seems wrong with your Docker service since it can't actually connect to the nvidia runtime.

Also it can't find Cuda because you are not passing it through.

 

The docker image ran full a few days ago due to incorrect nzbget paths. I fixed the paths, and changed the docker file to 120GB. Maybe I should delete and rebuild the docker image file?

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14 minutes ago, frodr said:

 

The docker image ran full a few days ago due to incorrect nzbget paths. I fixed the paths, and changed the docker file to 120GB. Maybe I should delete and rebuild the docker image file?

That has nothing to do with the docker.img file.

If the container won't start if you are passing the argument '--runtime=nvidia' to it then there is something else wrong.

 

Is Plex working with the same settings?

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