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Cmd’s

This is a list of commands you can use in the execution line of your .bat file for ccminer.

 

Please don’t mess around with your code unless you know what you are doing. Also, It doesn’t hurt to make a backup of your .bat beforehand.

 

-a, –algo=x  in this case x is whatever algorithm you need to use.
scrypt is used to mine Scrypt coins (Litecoin, Dogecoin, etc)
scrypt:N is used to mine Scrypt-N Coins like Garlicoin(Scrypt-10) (:10 for 2048 iterations)
wildkeccak is used to mine Boolberry (Stratum only) zr5 is used to mine ZiftrCoin

-d, –devices gives a comma separated list of CUDA device IDs to operate on. Device IDs start counting from 0! Alternatively give string names of your card like
gtx780ti or gt640#2 (matching 2nd gt640 in the PC).

-i, –intensity=N[,N] GPU threads per call 8-25 (2^N + F, default: 0=auto)
Decimals and multiple values are allowed for fine tuning
–cuda-schedule Set device threads scheduling mode (default: auto)
-f, –diff-factor Divide difficulty by this factor (default 1.0)
-m, –diff-multiplier Multiply difficulty by this value (default 1.0)
-o, –url=URL   URL of mining server
-O, –userpass=U:P username:password pair for mining server
-u, –user=USERNAME username for mining server
-p, –pass=PASSWORD password for mining server, often the default password is x
–cert=FILE certificate for mining server using SSL
-x, –proxy=[PROTOCOL://]HOST[:PORT] connect through a proxy
-t, –threads=N number of miner threads (default: number of nVidia GPUs in your system)
-r, –retries=N number of times to retry if a network call fails (default: retry indefinitely)
-R, –retry-pause=N time to pause between retries, in seconds (default: 15)
–shares-limit maximum shares to mine before exiting the program.
–time-limit maximum time [s] to mine before exiting the program.
-T, –timeout=N network timeout, in seconds (default: 300)
-s, –scantime=N upper bound on time spent scanning current work when
long polling is unavailable, in seconds (default: 5)
–submit-stale ignore stale job checks, may create more rejected shares
-n, –ndevs list cuda devices
-N, –statsavg number of samples used to display hashrate (default: 30)
–no-gbt disable getblocktemplate support (height check in solo)
–no-longpoll disable X-Long-Polling support
–no-stratum disable X-Stratum support
-q, –quiet disable per-thread hashmeter output
–no-color disable colored output
-D, –debug enable debug output
-P, –protocol-dump verbose dump of protocol-level activities
-b, –api-bind=IP:port for the miner API (default: 127.0.0.1:4068), 0 disabled
–api-remote Allow remote control, like pool switching, imply –api-allow=0/0
–api-allow=IP/mask IP/mask is the allowed api client(s), 0/0 for all
–max-temp=N Only mine if gpu temp is less than specified value
–max-rate=N[KMG] Only mine if net hashrate is less than specified value
–max-diff=N Only mine if net difficulty is less than specified value
–max-log-rate Interval to reduce per gpu hashrate logs (default: 3)
–pstate=0 will force the Geforce 9xx to run in P0 P-State
–plimit=150W set the gpu power limit, allow multiple values for N cards
on windows this parameter use percentages (like OC tools)
–tlimit=85 Set the gpu thermal limit (windows only)
–keep-clocks prevent reset clocks and/or power limit on exit
–hide-diff Hide submitted shares diff and net difficulty
-B, –background run the miner in the background
–benchmark run in offline benchmark mode
–cputest debug hashes from cpu algorithms
–cpu-affinity set process affinity to specific cpu core(s)
–cpu-priority set process priority (default: 0 idle, 2 normal to 5 highest)
-c, –config=FILE load a JSON-format configuration file, can be from an url with the http:// prefix
-V, –version display version information and exit
-h, –help display this help text and exit

Scrypt specific options:
-l, –launch-config gives the launch configuration for each kernel in a comma separated list, one per device.

–interactive comma separated list of flags (0/1) specifying which of the CUDA device you need to run at inter-active frame rates (because it drives a display).
-L, –lookup-gap Divides the per-hash memory requirement by this factor by storing only every N’th value in the scratchpad. Default is 1. Most common is 2.
–texture-cache comma separated list of flags (0/1/2) specifying which of the CUDA devices shall use the texture cache for mining. Kepler devices may profit.
–no-autotune disable auto-tuning of kernel launch parameters

CryptoNight specific options:
-l, –launch-config gives the launch configuration for each kernel in a comma separated list, one per device.
–bfactor=[0-12] Run Cryptonight core kernel in smaller pieces,
From 0 (ui freeze) to 12 (smooth), win default is 11
This is a per-device setting like the launch config.

Wildkeccak specific:
-l, –launch-config gives the launch configuration for each kernel in a comma separated list, one per device.
-k, –scratchpad url Url used to download the scratchpad cache.

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