Sgminer-gm is a New Fork of sgminer with Ethereum Support from Genesis Mining

9 Sep
2016

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Today, Genesis Mining announced the release of sgminer-gm – an AMD GPU miner with support for the Ethereum network. Developed in cooperation with Wolf0, sgminer-gm incorporates the best of cgminer and sgminer in one easy-to-use package, and adds a long-awaited feature: stratum support for Ethereum (ETH), though you will be able to use the miner for other crypto currencies using the Ethash algorithm as well. All other Ethereum miners so far were custom and not based on the cgminer/sgminer functionality and now you will be able to work with the familiar feature set that sgminer comes with, including the API available for integrating support in other software for monitoring of your mining rigs for example.

Sgminer-gm can be compiled from the official Github repository (source); Windows executables are available for 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems; and a compiled Ubuntu binary. A sample configuration is provided for users, just make sure you set the mining pool and wallet/worker address in the sgminer.conf file before running the miner! Feel free to give the miner a try and then also report if you are having any trouble running it or what hashrate are you getting mining Ethereum and on what AMD GPUs.

Founded in 2013, Hong-Kong based Genesis Mining has become a world leader in providing hosted hashpower for cryptocurrency. In November 2015, a nationwide awareness campaign was launched in San Francisco, Chicago, Miami and LA by Genesis Mining, which highlighted the benefits of using Bitcoin. In March 2016, the company launched the Logos Fund: a private fund dedicated to investing into a wide range of Bitcoin-related businesses.

Further information about the company, its contracts and pricing can be obtained from their official website…



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9 Responses to Sgminer-gm is a New Fork of sgminer with Ethereum Support from Genesis Mining

humbs

September 10th, 2016 at 16:54

Less hasrate than genoil

Disappointed

September 10th, 2016 at 18:06

Slower + HW errors

jkminkov

September 10th, 2016 at 19:13

same speed like genoil, use stratum proxy, wait 2-3 minutes for hashrate, hw errors show on wrong worksize, using 2 threads, worksize 96,144,192 and 256 show no HW, but only for short test on 280x

Atomix

September 10th, 2016 at 22:06

bluesreen (Win7-U) with Fury XFX 4 gb (main) + RX480 BE 8gb (second). I have the latest beta driver installed.

Nicolas Tremblay

September 18th, 2016 at 03:31

So nice interface ! I really like the way it was when the bitcoin miner was like BFGminer and this is exactly the same ! I’ll defenitly use it ! Thanks !

Baxter

September 27th, 2016 at 16:55

XFX R9 390x 30MH/s Win 10 without oc

int03h

September 28th, 2016 at 00:57

Much better under Linux than ethminer via stratum proxy or genoil. Been running it for well over a month. Displayed hashrates are fairytales on all miners. Pool stats are the only way to benchmark these things. Genoil doesn’t recover from hardware issues, this does.

Andrew

February 5th, 2017 at 20:05

I use NiceHash and sometimes it runs DaggerHashimoto on my RX 470 and even though I have “Disable AMD Fan control” checked in the NiceHash settings, this particular miner does something to take control of the fans away from SpeedFan and then the RX 470 fans keep switching from 0% to 100% at the 60°C threshold. Makes it irritating as all heck.

HNK0

February 11th, 2017 at 00:39

Hi, can you help me:
[19:29:34] * using Jansson 2.7
[19:29:34] Loaded configuration file xmr.conf
modprobe: ERROR: could not insert ‘nvidia_304’: No such device
[19:29:40] CL Platform vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
[19:29:40] CL Platform name: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[19:29:40] CL Platform version: OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2264.10)
[19:29:40] Platform devices: 1
[19:29:40] 0 Pitcairn
[19:29:40] GPU0: detected PCIe topology 0000:03:00.0
[19:29:40] Failed to open/read /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:03:00.0/pp_table
[19:29:40] Failed to open /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:03:00.0/hwmon/hwmon2/fan1_input
[19:29:40] Default Devices = all
[19:29:40] set_devices(all)
[19:29:40] GPU 0 Worksize set to 2.
[19:29:40] Loading settings from profile “xmr” for pool 0
[19:29:40] Pool 0 Algorithm set to “cryptonight”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 devices set to “all”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 lookup gap set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 Raw Intensity set to “128”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 Thread Concurrency set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Clock set to “350”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Memory clock set to “500”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Threads set to “2”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Fan set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Powertune set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 GPU Vddc set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 Shaders set to “(null)”
[19:29:40] Pool 0 Worksize set to “2”
[19:29:40] Trying to set current pool…
[19:29:40] Probing for an alive pool
[19:29:40] Testing Dwarf_Pool
[19:29:40] Succeeded delayed connect
[19:29:41] XMR AuthID: 732491638651117
[19:29:41] parse_notify_cn()
[19:29:41] Stratum authorisation success for Dwarf_Pool
[19:29:41] [THR0] gen_stratum_work_cn() – algorithm = cryptonight
[19:29:41] gen_stratum_work_cn() done.
[19:29:41] [THR0] Pushing work from Dwarf_Pool to hash queue
[19:29:41] New block: 371d041199e9a7d03d39778b453e2f03f22e4d32030830ea7709a55ff8c40552… diff 8.35G
[19:29:41] Trying to set current pool…
[19:29:41] Dwarf_Pool alive
[19:29:41] Trying to set current pool…
[19:29:41] Startup GPU initialization… Using settings from pool Dwarf_Pool.
[19:29:41] Startup Pool No = 0
[19:29:41] compare_pool_settings()
[19:29:41] set_devices(all)
[19:29:41] Switching to rawintensity: pool = 128, default = 128
[19:29:41] rawintensity -> 128
[19:29:41] GPU 0 Worksize set to 2.
[19:29:41] Set GPU 0 to cryptonight
[19:29:41] Allocate new threads…
[19:29:41] Assign threads for device 0
[19:29:41] Thread 0 set pool = 0 (Dwarf_Pool)
[19:29:41] Init GPU thread 0 GPU 0 virtual GPU 0
[19:29:41] CL Platform vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
[19:29:41] CL Platform name: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[19:29:41] CL Platform version: OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (2264.10)
[19:29:41] Platform devices: 1
[19:29:41] 0 Pitcairn
[19:29:41] GPU0: detected PCIe topology 0000:03:00.0
[19:29:41] List of devices:
[19:29:41] 0 Pitcairn
[19:29:41] Selected 0: Pitcairn

after that full screen and crash.

ADM 6300, 8GB RAM, R9 270X 2GB, Linux Mint 18.1(64bit).

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