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AMD/Nvidia Zilminer - miner for zilliqa, dual and triple mining ETH+BTM+ZIL with nbminer or other 0.4.01

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Miner for zilliqa, dual and triple mining ETH+BTM+ZIL
Майнер для zilliqa, дуал майнинг с любой монеткой, а также тройной майнинг ETH+BTM+ZIL

Команды:
Common Options:
-h,--help Show help
-V,--version Show program version
-v,--verbosity INT in [0 - 3]=0
Set log display options. Use the summ of: log json messages = 1, log per GPU solutions = 2
--farm-recheck INT in [1 - 99999]=500
Set check interval in milliseconds for changed work
--farm-retries INT in [0 - 99999]=3
Set number of reconnection retries
--work-timeout INT in [180 - 99999]=180
Set disconnect timeout in seconds of working on the same job
--response-timeout INT in [2 - 999]=2
Set disconnect timeout in seconds for pool responses
-R,--report-hashrate Report current hashrate to pool
--display-interval INT in [1 - 99999]=5
Set mining stats log interval in seconds
--HWMON INT in [0 - 1] 0 - Displays gpu temp, fan percent. 1 - and power usage. Note for Linux: The program uses sysfs for power, which requires running with root privileges.
--exit Stops the miner whenever an error is encountered
-P,--pool TEXT ... Specify one or more pool URLs. See below for URL syntax
--failover-timeout INT in [0 - 999]=0
Set the amount of time in minutes to stay on a failover pool before trying to reconnect to primary. If = 0 then no switch back.
--nocolor Display monochrome log
--syslog Use syslog appropriate log output (drop timestamp and channel prefix)
--list-devices List the detected OpenCL/CUDA devices and exit. Should be combined with -G, -U, or -X flag
--noeval Bypass host software re-evaluation of GPU solutions
-L,--dag-load-mode INT in [0 - 2]=0
Set the DAG load mode. 0=parallel, 1=sequential, 2=single. parallel - load DAG on all GPUs at the same time sequential - load DAG on GPUs one after another. Use this when the miner crashes during DAG generation single - generate DAG on device, then copy to other devices. Implies --dag-single-dev
--dag-single-dev UINT=0 Set the DAG creation device in single mode
--benchmark-warmup UINT=15 Set the duration in seconds of warmup for the benchmark tests
--benchmark-trial INT in [1 - 99]=3
Set the number of benchmark trials to run
-G,--opencl When mining use the GPU via OpenCL
-U,--cuda When mining use the GPU via CUDA
-X,--cuda-opencl When mining with mixed AMD(OpenCL) and CUDA GPUs
-M,--benchmark UINT=0 Benchmark mining and exit; Specify block number to benchmark against specific DAG
-Z,--simulation UINT=0 Mining test. Used to validate kernel optimizations. Specify block number
--tstop INT in [30 - 100]=0 Stop mining on a GPU if temperature exceeds value. 0 is disabled, valid: 30..100
--tstart INT in [30 - 100]=40
Restart mining on a GPU if the temperature drops below, valid: 30..100


API Options:
--api-bind TEXT Set the API address:port the miner should listen to. Use negative port number for readonly mode
--api-port INT in [-65535 - 65535]=0
Set the API port, the miner should listen to. Use 0 to disable. Use negative numbers for readonly mode
--api-password TEXT Set the password to protect interaction with API server. If not set, any connection is granted access. Be advised passwords are sent unencrypted over plain TCP!!
--http-bind TEXT Set the web API address:port the miner should listen to.
--http-port INT in [0 - 65535]=0
Set the web API port, the miner should listen to. Use 0 to disable. Data shown depends on hwmon setting


OpenCL Options:
--cl-kernel INT in [0 - 2]=-1
Ignored parameter. Kernel is auto-selected.
--opencl-platform UINT=0 Use OpenCL platform n
--opencl-device,--opencl-devices UINT ...
Select list of devices to mine on (default: use all available)
--cl-parallel-hash INT in {1,2,4,8}=-1
ignored parameter
--cl-global-work UINT=65536 Set the global work size multipler.
--cl-local-work UINT in {64,128,192,256}=192
Set the local work size
--cl-only Use opencl kernel. Don't attempt to load binary kernel


CUDA Options:
--cuda-grid-size INT in [1 - 131072]=8192
Set the grid size
--cuda-block-size UINT in {32,64,128,256}=128
Set the block size
--cuda-devices UINT ... Select list of devices to mine on (default: use all available)
--cuda-parallel-hash UINT in {1,2,4,8}=4
Set the number of hashes per kernel
--cuda-schedule TEXT in {auto,spin,sync,yield}=sync
Set the scheduler mode.
--cuda-streams INT in [1 - 99]=2
Set the number of streams
Pool URL Specification:
URL takes the form: scheme://user[.workername][:password]@hostname:port[/...].
where scheme can be any of:
getwork for getWork mode
stratum for stratum mode
stratums for secure stratum mode
stratumss for secure stratum mode with strong TLS12 verification
for a complete list if available schemes, see below

Example 1: stratums://0x012345678901234567890234567890123.miner1@ethermine.org:5555
Example 2: stratum://0x012345678901234567890234567890123.miner1@nanopool.org:9999/john.doe@gmail.com
Example 3: stratum://0x012345678901234567890234567890123@nanopool.org:9999/miner1/john.doe@gmail.com

There are three main variants of the stratum protocol. If you are not sure
which one your pool needs, try one of the 3 schemes above and ethminer
will try to detect the correct variant automatically. If you know your
pool's requirements, the following are supported.
Schemes: stratum+ssl stratum+tcp stratum+tls stratum+tls12 stratum1+ssl stratum1+tcp stratum1+tls stratum1+tls12 stratum2+ssl stratum2+tcp stratum2+tls stratum2+tls12
Where a scheme is made up of two parts, the stratum variant + the transport
protocol.
stratum variants:
stratum - Stratum
stratum1 - Eth proxy
stratum2 - Eth stratum (nicehash)
transports:
tcp - Unencrypted connection
tls - Encrypted with tls (including deprecated tls 1.1)
tls12,ssl - Encrypted with tls 1.2 or later

Cuda scheduler modes
auto - Uses a heuristic based on the number of active CUDA contexts in the
process C and the number of logical processors in the system P.
If C > P then yield else spin.
spin - Instruct CUDA to actively spin when waiting for results from the device.
yield - Instruct CUDA to yield its thread when waiting for results from the
device.
sync - Instruct CUDA to block the CPU thread on a synchronization primitive
when waiting for the results from the device.

Environment Variables:
NO_COLOR - set to any value to disable color output. Unset to re-enable color output.
SYSLOG - set to any value to strip time and disable color from output, for logging under systemd
SSL_NOVERIFY - set to any value to to disable the verification chain for
certificates. WARNING ! Disabling certificate validation
declines every security implied in connecting to a secured
SSL/TLS remote endpoint.
USE AT YOU OWN RISK AND ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOINGCommon Options:
-h,--help Show help
-V,--version Show program version
-v,--verbosity INT in [0 - 3]=0
Set log display options. Use the summ of: log json messages = 1, log per GPU solutions = 2
--farm-recheck INT in [1 - 99999]=500
Set check interval in milliseconds for changed work
--farm-retries INT in [0 - 99999]=3
Set number of reconnection retries
--work-timeout INT in [180 - 99999]=180
Set disconnect timeout in seconds of working on the same job
--response-timeout INT in [2 - 999]=2
Set disconnect timeout in seconds for pool responses
-R,--report-hashrate Report current hashrate to pool
--display-interval INT in [1 - 99999]=5
Set mining stats log interval in seconds
--HWMON INT in [0 - 1] 0 - Displays gpu temp, fan percent. 1 - and power usage. Note for Linux: The program uses sysfs for power, which requires running with root privileges.
--exit Stops the miner whenever an error is encountered
-P,--pool TEXT ... Specify one or more pool URLs. See below for URL syntax
--failover-timeout INT in [0 - 999]=0
Set the amount of time in minutes to stay on a failover pool before trying to reconnect to primary. If = 0 then no switch back.
--nocolor Display monochrome log
--syslog Use syslog appropriate log output (drop timestamp and channel prefix)
--list-devices List the detected OpenCL/CUDA devices and exit. Should be combined with -G, -U, or -X flag
--noeval Bypass host software re-evaluation of GPU solutions
-L,--dag-load-mode INT in [0 - 2]=0
Set the DAG load mode. 0=parallel, 1=sequential, 2=single. parallel - load DAG on all GPUs at the same time sequential - load DAG on GPUs one after another. Use this when the miner crashes during DAG generation single - generate DAG on device, then copy to other devices. Implies --dag-single-dev
--dag-single-dev UINT=0 Set the DAG creation device in single mode
--benchmark-warmup UINT=15 Set the duration in seconds of warmup for the benchmark tests
--benchmark-trial INT in [1 - 99]=3
Set the number of benchmark trials to run
-G,--opencl When mining use the GPU via OpenCL
-U,--cuda When mining use the GPU via CUDA
-X,--cuda-opencl When mining with mixed AMD(OpenCL) and CUDA GPUs
-M,--benchmark UINT=0 Benchmark mining and exit; Specify block number to benchmark against specific DAG
-Z,--simulation UINT=0 Mining test. Used to validate kernel optimizations. Specify block number
--tstop INT in [30 - 100]=0 Stop mining on a GPU if temperature exceeds value. 0 is disabled, valid: 30..100
--tstart INT in [30 - 100]=40
Restart mining on a GPU if the temperature drops below, valid: 30..100


API Options:
--api-bind TEXT Set the API address:port the miner should listen to. Use negative port number for readonly mode
--api-port INT in [-65535 - 65535]=0
Set the API port, the miner should listen to. Use 0 to disable. Use negative numbers for readonly mode
--api-password TEXT Set the password to protect interaction with API server. If not set, any connection is granted access. Be advised passwords are sent unencrypted over plain TCP!!
--http-bind TEXT Set the web API address:port the miner should listen to.
--http-port INT in [0 - 65535]=0
Set the web API port, the miner should listen to. Use 0 to disable. Data shown depends on hwmon setting


OpenCL Options:
--cl-kernel INT in [0 - 2]=-1
Ignored parameter. Kernel is auto-selected.
--opencl-platform UINT=0 Use OpenCL platform n
--opencl-device,--opencl-devices UINT ...
Select list of devices to mine on (default: use all available)
--cl-parallel-hash INT in {1,2,4,8}=-1
ignored parameter
--cl-global-work UINT=65536 Set the global work size multipler.
--cl-local-work UINT in {64,128,192,256}=192
Set the local work size
--cl-only Use opencl kernel. Don't attempt to load binary kernel


CUDA Options:
--cuda-grid-size INT in [1 - 131072]=8192
Set the grid size
--cuda-block-size UINT in {32,64,128,256}=128
Set the block size
--cuda-devices UINT ... Select list of devices to mine on (default: use all available)
--cuda-parallel-hash UINT in {1,2,4,8}=4
Set the number of hashes per kernel
--cuda-schedule TEXT in {auto,spin,sync,yield}=sync
Set the scheduler mode.
--cuda-streams INT in [1 - 99]=2
Set the number of streams
Pool URL Specification:
URL takes the form: scheme://user[.workername][:password]@hostname:port[/...].
where scheme can be any of:
getwork for getWork mode
stratum for stratum mode
stratums for secure stratum mode
stratumss for secure stratum mode with strong TLS12 verification
for a complete list if available schemes, see below

Example 1: stratums://0x012345678901234567890234567890123.miner1@ethermine.org:5555
Example 2: stratum://0x012345678901234567890234567890123.miner1@nanopool.org:9999/john.doe@gmail.com
Example 3: stratum://0x012345678901234567890234567890123@nanopool.org:9999/miner1/john.doe@gmail.com

There are three main variants of the stratum protocol. If you are not sure
which one your pool needs, try one of the 3 schemes above and ethminer
will try to detect the correct variant automatically. If you know your
pool's requirements, the following are supported.
Schemes: stratum+ssl stratum+tcp stratum+tls stratum+tls12 stratum1+ssl stratum1+tcp stratum1+tls stratum1+tls12 stratum2+ssl stratum2+tcp stratum2+tls stratum2+tls12
Where a scheme is made up of two parts, the stratum variant + the transport
protocol.
stratum variants:
stratum - Stratum
stratum1 - Eth proxy
stratum2 - Eth stratum (nicehash)
transports:
tcp - Unencrypted connection
tls - Encrypted with tls (including deprecated tls 1.1)
tls12,ssl - Encrypted with tls 1.2 or later

Cuda scheduler modes
auto - Uses a heuristic based on the number of active CUDA contexts in the
process C and the number of logical processors in the system P.
If C > P then yield else spin.
spin - Instruct CUDA to actively spin when waiting for results from the device.
yield - Instruct CUDA to yield its thread when waiting for results from the
device.
sync - Instruct CUDA to block the CPU thread on a synchronization primitive
when waiting for the results from the device.

Environment Variables:
NO_COLOR - set to any value to disable color output. Unset to re-enable color output.
SYSLOG - set to any value to strip time and disable color from output, for logging under systemd
SSL_NOVERIFY - set to any value to to disable the verification chain for
certificates. WARNING ! Disabling certificate validation
declines every security implied in connecting to a secured
SSL/TLS remote endpoint.
USE AT YOU OWN RISK AND ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING
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