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Version 4.9.1 - 3rd February 2015
- Fix various unused warnings
- Fix avalon4 warnings
- Display notice if pool successfully negotiates stratum resume
- Support auto adjust voltage individually
- Don't keep retrying to connect to a pool that has been removed
- Null the actual pointer used to call discard and free_work and safely handle
being called with a null pointer, giving a verbose warning about the call site
- Fix off by one error when running out of queued IDs in bflsc28_queue_full
- Uninit BET driver when it fails to initialise any boards
- Fix detection of butterfly labs sc 65nm devices with the addition of the 28nm
device imanufacturers trumping their detection
- Remove compilation warnings. Cast overly-specific #def'd values to the
destination type, unsigned int.
- Basic ability to compile and run on FreeBSD 10. Only tested compilation with
avalon, avalon2, bflsc, and icarus; only tested functionality of bflsc and
Version 4.9.0 - 16th December 2014
- Minor fix
- Fix MM41 voltage setting
- Fix the default settings of new module
- Count non matching stratum as a hw error on ava4
- Fix ava4 build incompatibilites and missing write config parameters
- Use strcasecmp for device matching in usbutils in case of subtle manufacturer
- Add manufacturer and product definitions for ava4
- Cosmetic ava4 change
- Cosmetic ava4 message fixes
- Add sanity check for NULL data being passed to usb_perform_transfer
- All write errors should be treated as fatal for ava4 devices
- Change initial fan start speed, mins and max for avalon4 to ensure fan starts
spinning but can go lower RPM
- Disable zero length packets on ava4 before trying to init
- Add a cgpu device option to disable zero length packets and enable it for
- Display ava4 stats consistent with other devices
- Add ava4 to udev rules file
- Fix build warnings on ava4
- Fix ava4 build
- Add Avalon4 support
- Filter duplicate stratum shares from being submitted upstream
- Do rudimentary detection of duplicate shares per device
Version 4.8.0 - 25th November 2014
- Allow forcing of building driver combinations with --enable-forcecombo
- Put spaces between name and id in avalon2 and icarus
- Relax detection of a failing ava2 to more than 1 minute and perform the test
after polling for results
- Cap maximum diff on ava2 in order to still get shares
- Put space between device name and id to prevent device names with numbers in
them confusing the display
- USB write errors are always fatal so they should be treated as such on ava2
- Issue a usb reset for ava2 that is not returning valid shares and then drop it
if it persists for over a minute
- Process share results without a result value
- Damp out hashrate displayed for antminer USBs
- Add voltage and speed where relevant to antminer USBs
- Don't estimate time on any antminer usb during a timeout
- Return icarus nonce ok only when the nonce size matches the device or more
- Don't discard old workids until we cycle back to them on antusb and look for
more nonces in the buffer
- Adjust ant usb timing for queued work
- Use a cyclical list for the ant queued work
- Mask and limit workid for antusb and dont clear buffer
- Check the nonce on the worked item, not the submitted work
- Skip over unfinished work that we can't free in ant usb
- Use a workid and array if possible for the small ant usb work queue
- Create an array for antworks for antminer usb devices
- On U3 calculate hashrate purely on shares, not timeouts
- Add switches for AU3
- Adjust icarus wait timeout according to device
- Differentiate U3 from U1/2 as a separate driver with different parameters and
adjust timing accordingly
- Skip ANUs detected in rock detect
- Try U3 after trying other icarus options
- Add rudimentary ANU voltage setting support for U3
- Fix ignoring unprefixed v6 address in api allow list
- Fix minor typos in Spondoolies SP10 and SP30 drivers
- Implement a basic rock_flush function to discard the base work we are rolling
work from.
- Task_no for rockminer from the nonce bin should simply be masked
- Change rbox default correction times to 5 in a revised frequency order
- Change default frequency on T1 to 330
- Reinstate last received check and resend in rockminer, being more lenient at 2
seconds to allow for dither errors at 1
- Roll work for the rbox when possible
Version 4.7.1 - 4th November 2014
- Selectively yield on dropping a lock only on single CPU platforms
- Make it impossible to configure in more than one device that is meant to be
standalone. Add more information to configure help, along with comments for new
- Add warning against system libusb in configure help
- stratum_rthread sleep only 3s when all the pool have disconnected
- Filter responses that don't have a result
- Implement support for pool ping and json integers of zero in getversion and
- Fix segfault when writing config with hashratio built in
- Save pools in priority order at time of writing config
- Set the correct flag for close on exec for sockets
- Suspend stratum on removing a pool
- Set CLOEXEC on sockets on linux
- Drivers that take a diff should specify a max diff or it is assumed they don't
support one so set max_diff to 1 if unset
- Send hfa generic frame only if voltage was specified on the command line for
that device
- Set hashfast voltage settings only when really needed
- Hashfast voltage support
- Increase max diff on sp30 to 1024
- Reset ipv6 flag to false in every api-allow loop
- undeclared identifier 'IPV6_ADD_MEMBERSHIP' fix for apple
- two back temps spondoolies2
- two back temps spondoolies
- correct suggest_difficulty json rpc call
- Add more usb3 hub identifiers for windows
- Set driver max diff to large value if unset
- Wake gws on get queued
- Implement blacklisting of attempting to match known products from ones without
- Fix hfa driver building without libcurl
- Enable building libusb without udev
- Fix off by one calculation error in sp30 leading zeroes
- Send correct diff work to sp30 for hashmeter to be correct
- Do the sleep in spondoolies_queue_full_sp30 after dropping the lock
- Minor tidy in sp30 driver
- Fix sp30 warnings
Version 4.7.0 - 14th October 2014
- Implement generic inet_pton for windows
- Fix warnings
- Fix bulk of remaining style in blockerupter.c
- Tidy style in blockerupter.h
- Tidy bulk of style in blockerupter.c
- Fix missing minimum diff setting for blockerupter
- Fix unused variable warnings
- remove unnecessary sleep; fix potenital div by 0 errs; use min_diff in driver
- Fix coding style
- Make the sp30 hashrate meter based on valid share generation
- Change default max queue back to 1 in line with speed of most current asic
- Change diff limits to values suitable for sp30
- Add pool number to response from addpool to the API
- Make the restart and quit API commands valid json responses
- Fix number of nos
- Add option to set clock ('--bet-clk X' actual clock is (X+1)*10 )
- compatible with X24 board
- Fix error when using v6 without mask in api-allow
- Support ipv6 multicast
- Set min_diff to 1
- Allow arbitrary clamping of lower device diffs for slow controllers by driver
- Don't set default fan to max on hashratio
- The 2nd read never gets anything on ava2 so remove it entirely and just return
an error if we are out of sync
- Implement support for mining.suggest_difficulty
- Fix client ip address output
- Free addrinfo garbage
- Remove the brackets when using v6 pool address
- Add ipv6 support for api listen
- Avalon Nano: Add support Avalon Nano usb miner
- fix bug in setdiff
- limit minimum diff to 64
- Add BlockErupter Driver
- Avalon2: display currect max temperature on statline
- Remove unused variable
Version 4.6.1 - 20th September 2014
- Throttle bflsc28 devices when they hit the overheat limit
- Add whitelisting of firmware used in final bflsc28 products
- - remove lowercase of all data sent
- Avalon2: Add 3 bytes nonce2 support
- Avalon2: MM needs n2size length <= 4
- Use fan min as fan speed when run with --avalon2-fixed-speed
- Clear the pool submit fail bool after adding shares to the stratum hashtable
to minimise window the share is not in the table
- api-example unlimited socket works
- Add custom strcasestr and use custom gnu type functions in bflsc
- Fix windows build of bflsc driver
- Fix possible deref in bflsc28
Version 4.6.0 - 7th September 2014
- We should not be checking for pool_unworkable in cnx_needed as it is keeping
stratum connections open on unused pools
- Properly handle lack of input when adding pool via menu
- Allow workers without passwords
- minion - increase max chip number
- Avalon2: add more comments on Avalon2 options
- Avalon2: add polling delay option, long coinbase support, LED status on API,
change overheat from 88 to 98
- minion - add a ' before non-zero core error counts
- minion - hidden optional per core nonce stats
- bflsc28 - clock is hex
- bflsc28 - allow setting clock and volt from the API ascset command
- bflsc28 - add chip count to stats
- bflsc28 stats
- Simplehacks to better serve bflsc28
- Only use one hashtable for bflsc28 work queued
- Copy back the buffer after we've stripped the inprocess field on bflsc
- Parse results for BMA based on uid and remove work from the queue when found
- Strip out the inprocess details from bflsc results if it exists
- Create a hashtable of work by uid as it's accepted by BMA
- Add some rudimentary values for BMA sleep times
- Fix various errors in queueing work for bflsc28 and limit job queueing to 10
to fit within a usb frame
- Create preliminary work queueing for bflsc28 using jobs of up to 20 at a time
by rolling work where possible
- Convert all bflsc transfers to the full 512 bytes
- Don't mistake bflsc28 for fpga
- Do initial detection of bflsc28 devices
Version 4.5.0 - 29th July 2014
- Fix windows build for hashratio and ava2
- Demote bad checksum message in cointerra driver but allow message to still be
parsed since it won't allow existing firmwares to work otherwise
- Reorder and document the configure options
- Merge into knc
- Change default voltage on ava2 to 0.666V because Satan
- Enable combined building of avalon2 and hashratio
- Fix stratum embedded fpgas to not duplicate work with other devices
- Implement smarter PID type fan control for ava2 allowing more generous
temperatures and far lower fan speeds for optimal power and noise usage. Adjust
default frequency to 450 as per recommendation.
- Fix various warnings in ava2
- Go back to polling design since async will not work for ava2 and fix various
read design errors
- Fix error in 2nd read functions for av2 and hro
- Correct init and read sequence for ava2, and convert from a polling mechanism
to a separate read thread
- Initial commit of ava2 conversion to direct USB
- Display frequency and voltage with ava2 on the statline
- Store fan percentage and display temp and fan percent for ava2
- Set avalon2 frequency and voltage to appropriate defaults if none are
specified on the command line
- Demote some ava2 messages that don't need to be errors and remove unused works
- Fix broken fan logic for ava2
- Fix hexdump on 64bit
- rockminer frequency is between 200 and 400 MHz
- fix jansson include path in cgminer-api compile instructions
- Remove requirement for ifndefs for avalon2 from the generic driver work
- Fix hashratio device name
- Make submit_nonce2_nonce return whether the share was valid or not
- Reinstate missing necessary init sequence for hashratio
- Handle disconnected hashratio devices
- Add hashratio frequency command line
- Fix stratum updates not being passed to hashratio devices and clean up
- Move to updated avalon2 type driver model for hashratio device
- Initial import and conversion of hashratio driver to direct USB
- Increase the internal buffer for API response, as "stats" command response
can grow greater than 8K
- Detach test pool thread only if we have a blocking startup
Version 4.4.2 - 17th July 2014
- Remove the use of the pthread_tryjoin_np which is currently unimplemented on
many platforms
- Fix processarg parameters loaded from a config file not being saveable
- We only use the jansson in our source tree so no need for special case
handling of older versions
- Upgrade jansson to 2.6
- Only clear sockbuf if it's been allocated
- Fix missing osm-led-mode support in write config
- Deal with nanosecond overflow in both directions on both addition and
subtration of timespecs
- Rename sp10 driver internally from spondoolies to sp10
- minion - add a 2nd (optional - disabled) reset test
- production stats added, reset queue added
- minion - correct led ghs2 choice
- minion - correct ghs2 display
- minion - reset the led counter when doing a chip RSTN full reset
- minion - don't reset the led counter for an SPI reset
- minion - led per chip and use all time average
- minion - report spi error counts and settings in stats
- minion - undeclared fix
- minion - chip power cycle option
- minion - record 0xff error history and reduce screen output
- minion - reset on result or fifo 0xff
- minion - clarify the 0 value of spireset
- minion - make SPI reset more configurable
- minion - make the SPI reset ms sleep a parameter and API settable
- sp10 sensors
- sp30
- minion - led+more api setting
- Avoid blocking all pool testing if one pool fails to ever init
- There is no point storing the hints addrinfo in struct pool
- minion - 'reset' SPI when getting errors
- initialise more pool values in benchmark
- minion - auto adjust freq
- merge upstream frequency changes
- icarus - timing history in its own function
- rbox - add lotsa stats, tidy up a bit more
- Fix an off-by-one.
- icarus - detect stat should be LOG_DEBUG
- icarus - tidy up rbox code, remove statics, and add rocketbox
- minion - do an early reset to clear the chip status
- minion - use descriptive names for the list types
- Avalon2: automatic adjust fan speed, using crc16 on job_id compare, turn on
the led by API, detect twice when start, remember the last stratum message
increase the hashrate, add cutoff option
- fix AntS1 breakages from AntS2 changes
- minion - disable dup nonce check
- minion - add an ioseq number for each ioctl to simplify work ordering
- minion - redo old work expiry based on txrx order
- minion - more work stats, minimise queued work, free flushed queued work
- minion - allow resetting a chip via the API
- minion - correct 'WQue Count' in stats
- minion - delay after reset, reset history also, add dups to api stats
- noncedup - give access to the internal stats
- minion - increase reset to 75%
- minion - dup checking, disable reread by default and extra ioctl debugging
- minion - always check the chip queue before queuing new work
Version 4.4.1 - 21st June 2014
- Move icarus driver to being seen as an asic
- Clear usb reads on each pass through icarus detect to hopefully prevent false
positives for detecting rboxes
- Clean up pool failure and failover code for stratum
Version 4.4.0 - 16th June 2014
- Tidy unused rockminer variables
- Tidy rockminer defines
- Make rockminer driver compatible with other icarus drivers being present
- Import basic rbox driver
- minion - add optional (on) GPIO chip selection
- Clear the pool idle flag in the pool test thread
- CoreFmatch in cointerra should be a uint16
- Display error message if we receive one on share rejects
- Allow zero length strings to be passed to valid_hex
- delete unused roundl definition
Version 4.3.5 - 10th June 2014
- Cointerra driver updates.
- Sleep before retrying in the test pool thread after a pool has died
- Use valid_ascii testing for job_id since it need not be hex only
- Only show slow/down message till pool is flagged idle
- Do some random sanity checking for stratum message parsing
- Keep looking for when a pool comes to life at startup and touch the logwin so
the message is not invisible
- Fix no libcurl build
- Added Drillbit Thumb to udev rules.
- Avoid dereference on getting API stats on partially initialised HFA instances
- A1: add support for updated product variants, small fixes
- Add one more usbutils fix
- Convert uses of usbutils memcpy to cg_memcpy
- Add a sanity checking memcpy function which checks for overflows
- minion - count force use reread
- minion - add a disabled ioctl() test
- minion - add more checking of SPI results for corruption
- minion - optional (disabled) ioctl() debug
- Increase S1 overheat to 75 degrees C
- Add ruby api-example to API-README
- minion - allow core selection at runtime
- API - lcd all-in-one brief summary
Version 4.3.4 - 25th May 2014
- Add support for 2 nonces per block in spond driver
- Increase timeout on reset in cta driver to 5 seconds
- Increase max diff on spondoolies driver slightly to be well below spi comms
- Use the active contents lock and safe list iteration within the linux usbfs
- Add Ruby Api Example
- Automatic detect the small miners
- Update default modules from 3 to 4
- Fix the temp max. we should use currect max temp
- add avalon2-cutoff options
- Enable the cutofftemp to Avalon2. ignore longer coinbase and longer merkles
- Fix the diff value used on MM firmware
- Mark pool as idle if stratum restart is failed
- Add hacky workaround for double list removal race in libusb
- Make the work given in benchmark mode deterministic on a per-device basis
- Rework the benchmarking code to use a deterministic set of work items with a
known number of diff share nonces at regular spaced intervals
- minion - restrict nonce read result size to ioctl() limit
- minion - must check temp when overheated
- minion - idle chips that hit >100C until back to 80C
- minion - report the chip/reg when aborting due to an invalid ioctl() size
- minion - all freq in Mhz but only convert when used
- minion - remove unused ioctl debug
- minion - command queue is now larger
- minion - check rolled in stale work cleanup
- Work stats should be based on device_diff not work_difficulty since non-shares
haven't been filtered out yet
- Prevent a segfault when writing a config file containing 'rotate' option
- minion - comment out HW debug message
- minion - roll work to reduce CPU
- minion - report init_freq in stats
- api - howoldsec is only used for USB
- minion - allow setting the frequency
- minion - disable iostats by default since it slows down mining
- minion - define frequency value table
- minion - report temp/cores/freq and handle temp formatting
- minion - item is undefined
- Rationalise diffs stored in the work struct and document them to avoid further
- Add basic API stats for nfu drivers to see how many submits each chip returns
- Add output direction for the EN0 pin on nfu driver
- Support power management optimisations in newer nf* firmware
- Support variable numbers of chips with NFU and BXM drivers
- Identify number of chips in nanofury devices and change name accordingly
- Rename nf1 driver to nfu in anticipation of support for more chips
- Make hashfast reset counter rise on old instances when inheriting the value on
new ones
Version 4.3.3 - 3rd May 2014
- Fix typo
- Work should be freed when aged, fixing a massive memory leak for bxf devices
- miner.php fix single rig summary/config field formatting
- miner.php fix single rig total formatting
Version 4.3.2 - 2nd May 2014
- Fix accounting bug with nrolltime drivers
Version 4.3.1 - 2nd May 2014
- upgrade some int to int64_t to avoid overflows in reporting
- Make reconnection messages more explanatory
- Stratum client.reconnect require matching URL
- Fix memory leak in submit_noffset_nonce
- Clean up any work that may not have been used in the work scheduler
- Avoid unnecessary deref now that it's done within discard_work
- Clean work pointers after one way usage functions
- Avoid unnecessary total_work_inc in generating local work
- Cosmetic fixes
- Fix idle bug, when redirected client can't auth
- Rename spond temp rate to asics total rate
- Build fixes
- Set the unique id only for usb devices with serial strings longer than 4 chars
- Use usb serial strings as unique id if devices have them
- Discretely identify the onestring miners as OSM
- Add bxf debugging option and osm led modes
- A1: modularize board selector / add initial CCR support
- A1: cleanup tca9535 logging
- A1: fix and extend PLL parameters
- A1: clean up compile warnings
- A1: use real level in hexdump
- Add identification for onestring miner variants
- Avalon2: Parser the power good signal
- driver-avalon2: this functions used on detect, which don't have thr setup yet
Version 4.3.0 - 18th April 2014
- Put sleep in spond hash instead of queue full function
- Remove unused function for when compiled without curses
- Fix typo
- Add temperature rate, front, rear and device temperature to spond API output
- Limit bxf sleep in bxf_scan to 100ms minimum for strings of many chips
- -Werror=format-security error on driver-bitmain.c
- Fix parameters passed with getblockhash
- Check the block hash with the proper command when looking for orphan chains
- syslog requires a facility ... in more than one place
- Shuffle windows headers included
- Adjust the bxf sleep time according to the number of chips detected
- Fix off by one error in bxf chip count when adjusting device size
- Recalloc correct pointer
- Make instructions associated with winusb error even more explicit
- Add midsing headers to cgminer source in Makefile
- Trivial style changes to mg proto parser
- Trivial style and warning clean ups on spondoolies driver
- Merge spondoolies driver patch
- Call any BXF device with 3-6 chips reported HXF
- Avoid derefrence when calling statline before on hfa device during init
- Calloc the info structures even on failed hfa reset to prevent later possible
- Load all hfa devices based on identification alone and defer init sequence
till mining thread init sequence to allow all devices to be recognised rapidly
but each device initialisation not delay others
- Do not do thread shutdown unless thread init succeeded
- Remove unnecessary check for thread_prepare function
- Recognise variations on BXF based on chip value returned in responses
- Provide helper function for recallocing memory
- syslog requires a facility
Version 4.2.3 - 3rd April 2014
- Decay the per device hashrates when only the watchdog is calling the hashmeter
- Fix parsing of config files failing on custom parsing
- Allow an arbitrary number of chips in the BXF driver, showing results from
each chip in the API and identify the hexfury, naming it HXF
- Disable toggling display by default and offer a --widescreen option to have
all the information on an extra wide display.
- Use OPT_WITH_CBARG for all custom parsing functions to allow their values to
be written generically when writing the config file from the menu.
- Provide a ccan variant OPT_WITH_CBARG that assigns the arguments passed as a
string and then performs the callback function on the string.
- Define strings to store special option parsing parameters leaving no
OPT_WITH_ARG missing args
- Correct the writing of special case options to the config file
- Provide support for writing anu freq from menu write option
- Update to diver-avalon2.c
- Generalise a lot more of the command line options simplifying the write config
function and making it write far more values unaided
- Use the general opt_set_charp functions for setting api parameters
- Json escape any strings written to the config file
- Store standard charp options when writing config files
- Add support for all the integer range options when writing the config file
from the menu
- Remove the --device and --remove-disabled options which don't work in a
meaningful way any more
- Make the bxf bits configurable on the command line
- Provide a --btc-sig option to optionally add a custom signature to the solo
mining coinbsae
- Compact gbt solo extra data and store the length, allowing it to be variable,
leaving room for a signature
- miner.php - Kano summary Pool Acc/Rej should be only work submitted
- miner.php add best share and gen formatting for pool summary
- miner.php - remove BGEN/GEN eval() errors from the web log
- miner.php allow optional fields when gen is disabled
- miner.php dont format missing gen fields
- miner.php make Summary a custompage
- miner.php allow uers and system lists of customsummarypages and add more
- Fix getwork share submission
- Cosmetic fix to udev rules
- Put WU on the hashrate status to compact lines further
- miner.php show api/rig errors at the top of a customsummarypage
Version 4.2.2 - 29th March 2014
- Minor correctness fix for unnecessary free
- Clean up various curl build issues
- allow url based config files
- Frequency only needs 3 digits for cointerra statline
- Use the serial number as unique_id for cta display
- Make it possible to enable/disable the status window from switching via the
display menu
- We should not update the tv hashmeter time unless we're updating the hashrates
- Add cointerra devices to udev rules.
- Use hashfast unique id instead of number since the unique id is displayed
- Remove displayed space
- Left align the displayed unique id
- Use the hashfast opname as its unique identifier
- Display BF1 serial number as its unique identifier
- Display a unique identifier instead of a number if the device has one
- Use an alternating status display to return to a compact width of 80
characters, allowing more information to be displayed.
- No need for looking for khash hashrates in summary any more
- Fix two potential minor mem leaks
- Fix memory leaks in setup and generate work for gbt solo.
- Fix off by one malloc size error
- Fix memory leak in update_gbt_solo
- Put sanity check on decay_time to prevent updates with no time
- Add 3 rolling average hashrates to API output for summary and devs.
- Use the extra status screen real estate better, displaying rolling 1/5/15min
average hashrates as well.
- Revamp the ageing crufty hashmeter code to have proper exponential decaying
values and store rolling 1/5/15min hashrates.
- Increment total_work under control lock.
- Trivial variable reuse
- Add support for other usb3 hubs on windows
Version 4.2.1 - 24th March 2014
- Fix various ava2 build issues generically
- Minimise the amount of heap memory allocations/frees when submitting gbt
- Make varint in gbt submission a stack object.
- Fix big endian problems with gbt submissions.
- Fix 32bit overflow on relative diff shown.
- ants1 - stop results read hard looping
- ants1 - slow down mining if overheat occurs
- miner.php allow gen before (bgen) and after (gen) grouping
- Change default solo mining to failing when no btc address is specified.
- Use upgrade cglock variants in get_gbt_curl
- Provide a cg_uilock to unlock the intermediate variant of cglocks.
- Use the one curl instance for all gbt solo operations, protecting its use with
a bool set under gbt lock.
- Only start block detection with gbt solo if setup succeeded
- One less block detection message
- Toss out the curl handle after each solo poll
- Don't reuse any curl handles for solo mining and break out of the lp thread if
the pool is removed.
- Make sure to only start the lognpoll thread once on gbt solo.
- Don't keep RPC connections open for solo mining since bitcoind doesn't like
having many persistent connections.
- GBT solo pools should be considered localgen pools.
- miner.php - speed up formatting and allow calc on gen fields
- Always show the address we're solo mining to to avoid confusion for when no
address is set.
Version 4.2.0 - 18th March 2014
- Fix missing htobe16 on windows and meaningless >u32 string warning.
- Software ntime roll for all hashfast devices.
- Silence harmless warning.
- Drop a failed restart icarus device to allow it to be rehotplugged if
- Work with more than one transaction.
- Kill gbt solo pools that don't respond to the gbt request 5 times
- Fix ser_number for no remaining val byte.
- Create a work item and stage it when updating the gbt solo template to allow
new block detection and restart code to work.
- Test block hash as well as block height when solo mining to ensure we haven't
been mining on an orphan branch.
- Fix transaction processing for gbt solo.
- Encode height using integer varint format.
- Make new block detection message not show in gbt solo from test_work_current
- Add block detection via getblockcount polling in gbt solo and update gbt
template every 60 seconds.
- Iterate over transactions twice to malloc only once when copying all the
transaction data.
- Update solo coinbase regularly and submit as gbt work
- Only show merkle hashes for solo mining in debug mode.
- Set correct flag for solo work.
- Generate gbt solo work emulating stratum work construction.
- Set the diff as a double sdiff from gbt solo data.
- Move swork.diff out of the stratum work section to be shared as sdiff.
- Generate a header bin from gbt solo as per the cached stratum one.
- Store strings similar to stratum's when decoding gbt solo
- Avoid allocing and freeing stratum strings that should be fixed length.
- Run parser through detect_stratum after stratum+tcp:// is force added
- Remove unnecessary header length calculation for stratum header binary and
only binary convert the correct length of the header.
- Share more fields between stratum and gbt
- Share coinbase_len variable b/w stratum and gbt and setup more gbt solo
- Generate a valid coinbase and set nonce2offset for gbt solo
- Move scriptsig header bin conversion to setup gbt solo
- Create our own custom scriptsig base.
- Add helper functions for creating script signature templates and beging
building template.
- Do gbt solo decoding under gbt lock.
- Add more gbt variable decoding from gbt solo information.
- Store all the transaction data in binary form when using GBT
- When setting up solo mining, check validity of bitcoin address against
- Make pooled GBT mining use merkle bin optimisations slated for solo mining.
- Abstract out the merkle bin calculation for gbt solo
- Implement efficient merkle tree base from solo GBT information.
- miner.php custom formatting and row counter '#'
- Drillbit: Fix for underestimating hash rate from Bitfury devices
- Send per-core hashrates at regular ~5min intervals back to cta devices.
- Calculate the cta per core hashrate at 5 minute intervals.
- Check the bits of the correct core in cta bit count.
- Display the bit count along with the bitmap for each cta core in the API stats
- Store and display the per core hashrate on cta relative to each work restart.
- Decrease the time we wait for unsetting a core on the cta bitmap to correspond
with the lower max diff of 32.
- Set max diff on cointerra devices to 32 which is still only 11 shares per
second but allows for earlier confirmation of per core hashrates.
- Keep track of when the last restart and work updates were triggered and
provide helper functions for knowing the time since then.
- hashfast make api stats field names unique
- Fix gcc longjmp warning in api.c
- Add a per-core hashrate to the cta API stats.
- miner.php support edevs and estats
- API - put edevstatus where it was supposed to be
- Icarus - allow timing mode to work with ANU and not slow it down
- drillbit - remove warnings
- drillbit - minor code tidy up
- Drillbit: Change language around 'void' to warning about limiter disabled
- Drillbit: Fix accidental over-counting of HW errors
- Drillbit: --drillbit-auto parameter for tweakable custom tuning of ASIC speeds
- Drillbit: Output warning if board reports void warranty
- Drillbit: Add Avalon & drillbit-autotune notes to ASIC-README
- Drillbit: Limit work sent out to 8 units in a single pass, was DoSing a full
double scroll
- Drillbit: Move drillbit_empty_buffer calls to only when errors occur, were
limiting performance on Windows
- Fix Windows bug with libusb_reset_device returning SUCCESS for disconnected
- Drillbit: Fix some warnings
- Drillbit: Add --drillbit-autotune option for device to dynamically alter clock
- Drillbit: Fix typo in previous commit
- Drillbit: Remove default config in cgminer, rely on defaults in firmware
- Drillbit: Combine split USB transfer for sending new work, reduce overhead
- Drillbit: Add support for protocol V4, with device-agnostic board
configuration data
- Drillbit driver: Add support for Avalon-based Drillbit miners
- API - add edevs and estats - to only show enabled devices
- Check device data exists on a hfa instance before trying to reinit it.
- Print off what quadrant regulator failed if known in hfa driver.
- Reset all the stats on autovoltage complete in cta driver.
- Use correct diff instead of diffbits in cta driver.
- Whitelist all firmwares <= 0.5 on hfa for software rolling of ntime.
- Avoid a memory leak by reusing the ntime field when rolling stratum work.
- Clear the pipe bitmap on cta only when no share has occurred for 2 hours
instead of 1.
- Cta share_hashes should be added, and we can base it on device wdiff instead
of pool work difficulty for more accurate hashrates.
- Since the device runtime is now reset, the Raw hashrate entry in the cta API
output is no longer meaningful.
- Look for autovoltage returning to zero on cta driver and reset stats at that
point since the hashrate is unreliable till then.
- ants1 - cgminerise applog calls
- Default to stratum+tcp:// on any urls that don't have a prefix instead of
- Trivial cta style changes.
- ants1 - fix/enable temperature checking and remove unneeded temp_old
- ants1 - move local cgpu variables to info structure
- ants1 use a klist to store work and copied work
- Simplify dramatically the cross-process cgminer locking through use of flock
instead of sysv semaphores.
Version 4.1.0 - 8th March 2014
- Correct fix for dev start time being adjusted for stat zeroing.
- Make per device stats work for average after a stat zeroing.
- Add an hfa-options command line that allows the clockspeed to be chosen per
device by name comma separated, with a function that can be expanded with more
options in the future.
- Off by one drv_rolllimit check against jobs
- Free the work that may be lost, leaking memory, in a failed hfa_send_frame
- Roll the ntime for work within the hfa driver for firmware we know doesn't do
it internally as an optimisation.
- Export the roll_work function to be usable by driver code and make it
compatible with rolling stratum work.
- Make opt_queue be respected as a maximum value for staged items.
- Disable mistakenly enabled lock tracking.
- api version update for HEX32
- api.c - HEX32 type needs quotes
- Disable the MAX_CLOCK_DIFF check for newer hashfast firmwares since it's not
- Store the hardware and firmware revision in the info struct for easy use in
the hfa driver.
- Only decrease the hfa clock rate if the device has been running for less than
an hour before dying.
- Change lack of op name response message in hfa driver
- Check for lost devices at every write/read in hfa_detect_common
- Make bxm bits configurable.
- Move avalon2 options to ~alphabetic position in help.
- Do a shutdown routine on bxm close.
- Provide support for 2 chips in libbitfury sendhashdata and enable the 2nd chip
on BXM devices.
- Remove unnecessary opayload and newbuf members of bitfury info struct.
- Add an spi add fasync command.
- Cope with older hfa firmware not even responding to op_name.
- Forcibly kill everything silently with an exit code of 1 should we fail to
cleanly shut down and use a completion timeout for the __kill_work in
- Make __kill_work itself also be a completion timeout.
- Generalise more of libbitfury for more reuse in both nf1 and bxm drivers.
- Remove redundant init components of bxm driver.
- Set default osc6 bits on bxm to 50
- Enable the transaction translator emulator for bxm devices and use a dummy spi
tx the size of a normal payload.
- Store usb11 and tt flags as booleans in cgusbdev allowing them to be
discretely enabled as well as detected by the device data.
- Add bxm scan function and check spi txrx returns only as much as sent.
- Add init sequence to bxm detect one.
- Add a bxm specific txrx function for spi transfers.
- Add bxm close to bitfury shutdown switch.
- Add reset/purge/cshigh/low sequence to bxm init
- Add bitmode init to bxm open sequence.
- Add initial bxm opening sequence for detect one.
- Add identifiers for bxm bitfury devices.
- Clean up parse_method
- More gracefully break out of parse_notify on a corrupted hex string error,
checking the return value of all hex2bin conversions and being consistent with
using stack memory. Fix an unlocking error in cases of failure.
- AntS1 - add detection information to usbutils
- Enable Bitmain Ant S1 code and make it conform to cgminer requirements
- Make the cointerra displayed hashrate based on valid share generation.
- Convert and update values shown in the cointerra api output.
- Export the api_add_int16 function.
- Use a custom mystrstr function in cointerra driver.
- Add api_add_int16 to API functions.
- Add support for Bitmain Multi Chain and Single Chain and optimize the
- Add support for bitmain devices
- Perfect function of BitMain Multi Chain
- Add support for Bitmain Multi Chain and Single Chain and optimize the
- Add support for bitmain devices
Version 4.0.1 - 28th February 2014
- Refresh the log window on pool failure message at startup.
- Rework the pool fail to connect at startup to not get stuck indefinitely
repeatedly probing pools with new threads and to exit immediately when any key
is pressed.
- Use an early_quit function for shutting down when we have not successfully
initialised that does not try to clean up.
- Add more information to a hfa bad sequence tail event.
- Increase the work queue at the top end if we've hit the bottom as well.
- Set the work generation thread high priority, not the miner threads.
- Bringing each hfa device online takes a lot of work generation so only ever do
one at a time.
- Increase the opt_queue if we can hit the maximum amount asked for but are
still bottoming out.
- Keep the old hfa device data intact with a clean thread shutdown to allow it
to be re-hotplugged with the old information.
- Cope with the API calling hfa on partially initialised devices having no info.
- Show only as many digits as are required to display the number of devices.
- Cold plug only one hashfast device to get started, and then hotplug many to
minimise startup delays and possible communication delays causing failed first
- Send a shutdown and do a usb_nodev if hfa_reset fails.
- Null a device driver should thread prepare fail.
- Add a function for making all driver functions noops.
- Don't try to reinit a device that's disabled.
- Disable a device that fails to prepare.
- Check for lack of thread in watchdog thread for a failed startup.
- Make all device_data dereferences in the hfa driver safe by not accessing it
in statline before when it's non-existent.
- Add an option to disable dynamic core shedding on hashfast devices.
- Do not remove the info struct on a failure to hfa prepare.
- Detect an hfa device purely on the basis of getting a valid header response to
an OP_NAME query, leaving init to hfa_prepare which will allow multiple devices
to start without holding each other up at startup.
- Store the presence and validity of opname in the hfa info.
- api - buffer size off by 1 for joined commands
- minion - clean up statline
- Only break out of usb_detect_one when a new device is found.
- Use usb_detect_one in the hfa driver.
- Provide a usb_detect_one wrapper which only plugs one device at a time,
breaking out otherwise.
- Issue a usb_nodev on a bad work sequence tail in hfa
- Read in hfa stream until we get a HF_PREAMBLE
- Add shed count to hfa API stats output.
- Display the base clockrate for hfa devices with a different name to per die
clockrates to be able to easily distinguish them.
- Use op_name if possible first with hfa devices to detect old instances and be
able to choose the starting clockspeed before sending an init sequence,
reverting to setting op name and serial number as fallbacks.
- Make hfa resets properly inherit across a shutdown.
- Don't break out of hfa_old_device early if there's no serial number.
- Fix harmless warning.
- Allow the drop in MHz per hfa failure to be specified on the command line.
- Icarus - ignore HW errors in hash rate ... and fix detection of them
- Enable the hfa shed supported feature by default.
- Add to udev rules hfa devices for firmware writing.
- Remove ENV from hashfast udev rules.
- Add a --hfa-name command that allows one to specify the unique opname for a
hashfast device.
- Ava2 decode the voltage, get the temp_max
- Set the clock rate with a work restart instead of an init when changing to old
clocks for hfa
- Set opname on hfa devices without a serial number to a hex value based on time
to not overflow the field.
- Add op name to hfa API stats output if it exists.
- Set the actual op_name in hfa devices if cgminer is choosing it itself due to
it being invalid.
- Re-init an hfa device to its old data before setting up info structures as
their sizes may change.
- Remove the usb device whenever we do a running shutdown on hfa and do a
shutdown as the imitated reinit to allow it to hotplug again.
- Reset opt hfa dfu boot after it's used.
- Comment out windows only transfer on hfa startup.
- Clean up structures unused in case of all failures in hfa detect common
- Clear all structures should we fail to hfa reset on adjusting clock on a
- Set master and copy cgpu hash clock rate for hfa when dropping it on a
- Set the master hfa clock speed to lower when shutting down a copy.
- Do a clear readbuf on any hfa reset in case the device has not yet cleanly
shut down.
- Increase hfa fanspeed slightly more when it's rising in the optimal range than
- Always decrease hfa clock speed on a running shutdown and don't try sending an
init frame since it will be dropped regardless.
- Match hfa devices to old ones based on OP_NAME values before serial numbers if
- Read off the OP_NAME if it exists and is supported on hfa devices, setting it
to the device serial number or a timestamp if it is invalid.
- Updated hf protocol
- Check for an amount along with no error in hfa clear readbuf
- Hfa clear readbuf can return a nonsense amount when there's a return error so
ignore the amount.
- Running resets always cause a shutdown on hfa meaning the device will
disappear with modern firmware so always kill off the threads to allow
- Reset the hfa hash clock rate to the old one if we find an old instance, only
setting the device id in hfa_prepare
- Keep the device_id on the original zombie thread for HFA in case of further
- Break out of hfa inherit if there is no device data.
- Inherit the hfa zombie instance after the device id has been allocated.
- The list_for_each_cgpu macro will dereference when there are no mining threads
- Make hfa hotplug inherit some parameters from a previous instance if the
serial number exists and is matching, avoiding dropping the clock on all
- Per device last getwork won't work if the device stops asking for work.
- Use the share_work_tdiff function in the driver watchdogs.
- Provide a helper function for determining time between valid share and getwork
per device.
- Store last_getwork time on a per-device basis.
- Limit the decrease of hfa clock rate on reset to the default clockrate.
- Base the hfa failure time on the current expected hashrate instead of a static
15 seconds.
- We shouldn't be trying to read from the hfa_send_shutdown function itself.
- Reset the icarus failing flag only when a valid nonce is found.
- Transferred value is corrupt on a NODEV error in usbutils.
- Set each miner thread last valid work just before starting its hash loop in
case there are delays at startup.
- Only memcopy *transferred data in usbutils if we have received only success or
a non-fatal error.
- Increase to 25 nonce ranges on icarus fail detect.
- Set icarus device fail time to be dependent on device speed to avoid falsely
detecting failure on slower AMU devices.
- Updated hf protocol header.
- Updated BE hf protocol header.
- Take into account shed cores on hfa devices when determining how many jobs to
- Fix compilation error with two avalon types.
- Fix missing A1 files from distribution.
Version 4.0.0 - 21st February 2014
- Check for error from setfloatval
- Halfdelay cannot be larger than 255.
- Allow any arbitrary frequency to be specified for ANU devices and try to find
the nearest frequency when initialising it, reporting if the frequency is not
exactly as requested.
- Only show system libusb warning when appropriate during configure.
- Merge branch 'avalon2' of into
- Hfa cooling remains satisfactory down to a minimum fanspeed of 5%
- Give a nodev error if we have already set nodev in hfa clear readbuf to avoid
further usb comms attempts.
- Fix missing include
- Move bitmine options to alphabetic positioning.
- bab - missed a few 'DEAD's in last commit
- bab - use 'bad' instead of 'dead' as per the screen B:
- bab - roll work if possible to reduce CPU
- Update the per die hash clock data on a running reset on hfa devices.
- Set the per die clock on hfa to the known starting base clock instead of our
requested clock rate.
- Hfa device failure can be detected within 15 seconds so we should try
restarting it sooner to avoid tripping the device's own watchdog.
- Check return result of hfa clear readbuf to minimise error messages on device
- Put MHz into cta statline description.
- Send a work restart with every shutdown message to hfa devices to clear any
work that might be stale on the next restart.
- Store the hfa hash_clock rate and display it in the statline.
- Store the maximum board temperature for hfa devices and take that into
consideration when calculating the highest temperature as well as the dies.
- A1: CoinCraft-Desk driver variant
- Initial import of A1 SPI driver
- klondike ensure stats type matches
- avalon, bab, drillbit, klondike use more screen space rather than truncating
- Add hashfast fanspeed% to statline display.
- Move driver statline padding to cgminer.c, expanding width of maximum
displayable statistics and window width to add more info.
- Prune old stratum shares that we've seen no response for over 2 minutes to
avoid memory leaks for pools that don't respond about some shares.
- Add warning if system libusb is being added.
- Only run ./configure with if extra parameters are passed to it.
- Updated cointerra features.
- Add le16toh defines for platforms that may be missing it.
- Remove modminer bitstreams from distribution and replace with a README saying
what file needs to be added if modminer build is still desired.
- Use the simplelog function from usb_list()
- Add a simplelog function that does not log date and time.
- Use a unique usb_list function displaying only pertinent information when
listing usb devices from the menu.
- Abstract out the _in_use function to take different linked lists.
- Break out of linked list loop in remove_in_use in case we've gone over the
whole list.
- Check for hfa invalid hash clockrate after other error messages.
- Detect non-responsive icarus devices and attempt a usb reset before killing
them after 2 minutes of no hashes.
- Detect non-responsive bitfury devices and try a usb reset on them before
killing their instances off after 2 minutes of no activity.
- Allow hotplug interval to be changed from the USB menu.
- Prevent recursive loop in __is_in_use linked list walking.
- Add the ability to whitelist previously blacklisted usb devices from the menu.
- Use a bool in struct cgpu to know when a usb device has been blacklisted,
avoiding blacklisting it more than once.
- bab - ensure disabled chips are counted in the screen dead chip counter
- bab - only disable the chip once ...
- bab - short work list skip disabled chips
- api.c avoid incorrect gcc warning
- cgminer -h crash fix
- Add blacklisting as an option to the USB menu.
- Add a mechanism to blacklist a usb device from its cgpu.
- Add an option to the USB menu to list all known devices.
- Add an option to send a USB reset via the USB menu.
- Add a usb_reset by cgpu function to usbutils.
- Add warning for attempting to unplug a usb device that is already removed.
- Add USB Unplug option to USB management device management menu.
- Add enable and disable USB device functions to the menu.
- Add a [U]SB menu item, initially with just statistics per device, adding
device number to the device status window display.
- Reuse the cgpu temp entry for avalon and bitfury devices, changing avalon to a
damped value.
- Store the cointerra maximum temperature in the cgpu struct as an exponentially
changing value based on the maximum temperature.
- Reuse the cgpu->temp entry for max temperature in hfa driver.
- bab - disable chips that return only bad results
- Add driver for cointerra devices.
- Add Avalon2 (2U size machine) support
- miner.php - define a default rigport (that can be changed) and don't require a
port number in the rigs array
- miner.php allow links for rig buttons in tables and allow using the 4th IP
octet if no rig name - default disabled for both
- format fix and bad variable usage fix for --benchfile
- Allow running cgminer in benchmark mode with a work file --benchfile
- ANU frequency is in MHz, not hex.
- Remove bitfury devices from the usb list on shutdown in case they have stopped
responding but have not had a fatal usb error.
Version 3.12.3 - 8th February 2014
- Put the hashfast temperature into the cgpu structure so that it shows up in
the devs API call.
- We shouldn't block on no work situations directly from the getwork scheduler
- Revert "Make the pthread cond wait in the getwork scheduler a timed wait in
case we miss a wakeup."
Version 3.12.2 - 8th February 2014
- Adjust antminer U1 timing according to command line frequency set, fixing the
need for icarus timing on the command line.
- Read pipe errors that don't clear are worth attempting to reset the usb.
- Revert "Do away with usb resets entirely since we retry on both pipe and io
errors now and they're of dubious value."
- Make the pthread cond wait in the getwork scheduler a timed wait in case we
miss a wakeup.
Version 3.12.1 - 7th February 2014
- Document new features for antminer U1 and hfa devices.
- Add support for ANU overclocking.
- Increase hfa fanspeed by more if we're rising in temp above the target than if
the temp is staying the same.
- Add debug output when get_work() is blocked for an extended period and add
grace time to the device's last valid work to prevent false positives for device
- Issue a shutdown prior to a reset command for hfa devices and lock access to
reads awaiting the response if the device is already running.
- Do not register as successful a hfa init sequence that reports the clockrate
as zero.
- Show device info in noffset nonce share above target message.
- Widen lines in top menu to fit extra large share values.
- Only show one decimal place if pool diff is not an integer.
- Show serial number as a hex value in hfa verbose startup.
- Slowly remove work even if it's not being used to keep the getwork counter
incrementing even if work is not used and as a test that pools are still
- Increase the maximum diff between hfa dies to 100Mhz.
- Show which hfa die is bringing down all the others when decreasing all the
clock speeds.
- Increase the decrease when temp has increased more and we want to decrease it
on hfa.
- Give device info with share above target message.
- Allow throttling of hfa dies more frequently and increasing of speeds less
- Wait after sending a hfa shutdown to allow the device to properly shut down
before possibly sending it more commands.
- Minimise the die clock differences in hfa to no more than 50Mhz.
- Check for when errno is set on windows as well as the windows variant for
- Revert "Update to libusb-1.0.18"
- Disable fan/die clock control in hfa if the firmware does not support it, with
- Add ability to enter ANU frequency as a multiple of 25 from 150-500.
- Decrease hfa clock by 10 if a reset is attempted due to the device remaining
- ifdef out icarus options unused without icarus built in.
- Reorder command line options alphabetically.
- Add no matching work to hfa API output.
- Change various logging message levels in the hfa driver.
- Only adjust clocks if there is no restart in hfa to avoid 2 restarts back to
- Ensure we iterate over all dies adjusting temperate for hfa by starting
iterating after the last die modified.
- Clamp initial hfa fanspeed to min/max if passed as parameters.
- Allow hfa fanspeed to be set via command line.
- Further relax the target temperatures on hfa driver, targetting 88 degrees.
- Try one more time to get the hfa header on init since it can take 2 seconds
for all 3 boards on a sierra.
- Update authors for removal of gpu/scrypt.
- Wait for 5 temperature updates in hfa before adjusting fanspeed.
- Have some leeway before starting to throttle hfa dies.
- Use increments of 10 when increasing hfa clock since it may not have 5 MHz
granularity internally.
- Only perform a hfa fan speed update if we have new temps to work with.
- Correctly measure the hfa max temp and smooth out the changes in its value.
- Choose better defaults for min/max/default fan settings for hfa driver.
- bab - reduce def speed, fix speed staying in ranges and report bank/chips in
ioctl() errors
- bab - add info about number of boards/chips to each Dead Chain
- These may not be longs (eg: OSX)... fo a safe cast to ensure.
- bab - add dead boards and dead chains to stats
- Add fanspeed to hfa api output and set initial fanspeed to 10%
- Add hfa fanspeed control to try and maintain a target temperature.
- API-README correct new text format documentation
- API allow multiple commands/replies in one request
- Add op commands necessary to control hfa fanspeeds.
- Add OP_FAN to hf protocol header.
- Always show the stratum share lag time in debug mode.
- Add stratum share response lag time to verbose output if it's greater than 1
- Add stratum share submission lag time to verbose information if it's over 1
- Check for more interrupted conditions in util.c and handle them gracefully.
- Send a ping to hfa devices if nothing is sent for over 5 seconds.
- Add OP_PING to hfa commands
- Display the hfa serial number as a hexadecimal value.
- Add the ability to display a hexadecimal 32 bit unsigned integer to the API.
- Limit all hfa restarts for temperature control to no closer than 15 seconds
- Allow the hfa temp target to be disabled by setting it to zero.
- Handle interruptions to various select calls in util.c
- Add sanity check for silly overflows in hfa die temperature readings.
- Add per-die throttling control for hfa driver based on each die's temperature,
issuing a suitable reset to maintain the temperature below a configurable target
- Update hf protocol
- Do not memcpy in usbutils unless data was transferred.
- Send a full allotment of jobs to the hfa device after a restart instead of
reading the status.
- Export the flush_queue function for use by drivers.
- Remove wrong goto
- Remove the unqueued work reference when we discard work from get queued as
- Wake the global work scheduler when we remove a work item from the unqueued
work pointer.
- Discard work that is stale in the get_queued() function, returning NULL
- Add a call to a driver specific zero stats function when zero stats is called
to allow each driver to reset its own stats as well if desired.
Version 3.12.0 - 29th January 2014
- Add support for AntminerU1 devices with the icarus driver.
- Add antminer U1 to comment in udev rules.
- Do away with usb resets entirely since we retry on both pipe and io errors now
and they're of dubious value.
- Retry on usb IO errors instead of faking success.
- Check that we've cleared the pipe error after a clear request, not the err
value which is unchanged.
- Update to libusb-1.0.18
- Change hfa overheat limit to 90 degrees.
- Relax timeout in hf get header to 500ms to match the usb timeout.
- Minion - check/clear interrupts for all chips
- Set info work to null after it is freed in nf1 after a restart to prevent
double free later.
- The second_run bool in libbitfury should be per device. Microoptimise its and
job_switched usage, removing the unused results array for NF1 devices.
- Fix displayed diff when solo mining at >2^32 diff.
- bab - stop stale work accumulating
- bab - set the default SPI speed back to 96000
Version 3.11.0 - 25th January 2014
- Add hashfast documentation to ASIC README
- Support the variable HFA naming throughout the driver notices.
- Set the global hfa hash clock rate to equal the lowest if we are lowering it
for a device reset since it may be re-hotplugged after failing reset.
- Decrease the hfa clock rate if it is overclocked and we have had to try
resetting it.
- Put a sanity check on the measured temperature in the hfa driver for obviously
wrong values.
- Avoid calling applog from within hfa statline before to avoid a deadlock.
- Add throttling control to hfa driver, configurable at command line, nominally
set to 85 degrees.
- Reset hfa device if no valid hashes are seen for 1 minute from the last work.
- Store when the last getwork was retrieved and display it in the API summary.
- bab - also report dead chip count screen
- Count share based hashes in the hfa driver with the device diff to get more
frequent updates.
- Only count 2/3 of the accumulated hashes on each pass through the hfa scan
work loop to smooth out displayed hashrate.
- bab add total history HW% to API stats
- Test valid nonces in the hashfast driver allowing us to check against the
target when trying to submit them.
- No point casting a double to a uint64
- Convert the hfa hashmeter to one based on successful share return and display
the raw and calculated hash totals in the API.
- bab - remove libbitfury dependency since it requires USB
- Add description to hfa hash clock command.
- Add hfa board temperatures to API output.
- Wait for up to 0.5 seconds in the hashfast scanwork loop if no jobs are
- Label HFA devices as B or S when their configuration matches babyjet or
- Fix libbitfury being compiled in always by mistake.
- bab - spelling
- Add bab-options
- bab - tune the chip speed based on error rates
- bab record/report spie and miso errors
- Win32 falsely comes up as big endian pulling in the wrong hf protocol header.
- Remove unused components in hashfast driver.
- Check in all usb communication places for hashfast driver that the device
still exists.
- Do not send a usb reset on a usb read pipe error.
- Don't replace usb pipe errors with the pipe reset return code.
- Updated hf protocol header.
- The search for extra nonce is not worth performing in the hashfast driver.
- Add core address to hfa parse nonce debugging.
- Retry sending a frame once if it has failed in hfa_send_frame
- Add extra hfa usb init errors.
- Quiet now unused variable warning in hfa detect.
- Remove unused variable.
- Add board temperature to hfa debug
- Make submit_tested_work return a bool about whether it meets the work target
or not.
- Provide a helper function for determining dev runtime and use it in the
hashmeters used.
- Look for hfa usb init header for 2 seconds, then resend the init twice more
before failing.
- Really only set up the hfa crc table once.
- Generically increase the queue if we are mining on a pool without local work
generation each time we run out of work.
- Change new block detection message since longpoll is rarely relevant today.
- Change the default clockspeed bits on nanofury devices to 50 and add a command
line option to allow it to be changed.
- Use unused line at the top of the log window which often gets stuck
- Clear pool work on a stratum reconnect message.
- bab record/report spie and miso errors
- bab - cleanup old work for dead chips also
- bab add avg fail tests to API stats
- bab report bank/board/chip for dead and v.slow chips
- bab process all nonce replies per chip together
- bab reduce work delays
- bab record the number of E0s discarded
- bab - modified result parsing
- bab restore removed unused flag
- configure - correct minion name
- bab only scan valid nonce offsets
- bab record continuous (and max) bad nonces
- bab display Banks/Boards/Chips in the device window
- Modify thread naming to make them easier to identify
- bab reduce the work send delay
- bab remove results polling
- bab report SPI wait in seconds
- bab report missing chips at start and API
- bab ensure there's enough space for the nonce reply
- bab correct stats 'Send Max'
- bab allow long enough wait on ioctl() per board
- bab more I/O stats
- api.c 2014
- api allow any size stats data
- bab add processed links which excludes expired links skipped
- bab report chips per bank, hw% and ghs per chip
- bab lock access to new_nonces to ensure correct reporting
- bab report V2 banks/boards during initialisation
- bab expire chip work
- bab use only k_lists and make work handling more refined
- klist - allow adding to tail
- bab remove old unused #define
- bab correct for master git
- correct klist reallocs
- klist lists for bab
- api.c correct DEVICECODE and ordering
- Maxchips should be 384 (16 chips/board 24 boards/controller)
- bab more detailed stats and delay less when waiting for a buffer
- api add data type AVG float 3 decimal
- bab - add V2 detect with bug fix in detect
- api.c set the actual version number to 3.0
- API V3.0 unlimited socket reply size
- README update --usb
- Check for loss of device in usb read before any other code on the usbdev
- Change stratum strings under stratum_lock in reconnect and free old strings.
- Add mcp2210 compilation to want_libbitfury configs.
- Fix HF driver typo.
Version 3.10.0 - 9th January 2014
- Set the mcp2210 transfer setting only when it changes.
- Buffer sizes in nanofury device data are unnecessarily large.
- Only perform spi reset on init, not with each transaction.
- Remove spi_detect_bitfury at nanofury startup and fix incorrect refresh time.
- Use a simple serialised work model for nanofury
- Use bitfury_checkresults to avoid hashing results twice in nanofury.
- Export bitfury_checkresults in libbitfury
- Pass extra parameters for later use in libbitfury_sendHashData
- Avoid double handling bswap of the nonce value in nanofury
- Avoid unnecessary rehashing in nanofury nonce checking.
- Remove the unused portions of atrvec in the nanofury driver
- Age work in nf1_scan to avoid risk of losing a work item and leaking memory.
- bitfury_work_to_payload is double handling the data unnecessarily
- Default bitrate on nanofury should be 200kHz
- localvec should be only 80 bytes not 80 words
- Wrong init value for nanofury
- Remove unused rehash values from nanofury driver.
- Only update info work in nanofury driver when it's empty.
- Fill the appropriate type of usb transfer when we know if it's an interrupt
transfer instead of a bulk one.
- Use the internal knowledge of the usb epinfo to determine whether we should be
doing an interrupt instead of a bulk transfer, and do not send a ZLP if so, and
limit read transfer to expected size automatically.
- Avoid bin2hex memleak when we start getting nanofury nonces
- Set atrvec only once and use a local array for each device's work.
- Cancel any spi transfers on nf1 close
- Add bitfury detection loop to nanofury startup
- Move spi init code to libbitfury
- Remove inappropriate extra config reg in nanofury setup.
- Status 0x30 should never happen with spi transfers.
- Fix spi transfer data size transmission mistakes.
- Minor correctness change in spi_add_data
- spi_txrx should always send and receive the same size message
- Random libbitfury changes.
- Set value of gpio pins to low on closing nanofury.
- Fix more init sequence for nanofury.
- Add basic initialisation for nf1 devices
- Add basic nf1_scan function.
- Basic import of libbitfury functions from nanofury branch
- Import functions from nanofury fork for libbitfury
- Meter out spi sends to only 2 bytes at a time, offsetting according to how
much data returns.
- Use the usb read limit function for mcp2210 reads.
- Provide a way for usb reads to just read the size asked for with a limit bool.
- Get pin value after an nf1 spi reset.
- Make sure what we send in the buffer doesn't change during spi reset for
- Remove all standalone gpio setting change functions in mcp2210 and just use
the one global setting function.
- Set gpio values in the one function with all values for nanofury.
- Provide a helper function for setting all mcp2210 gpio settings.
- Add a helper function for getting all mcp2210 gpio settings.
- Set all pin designations and directions in one call for nanofury and don't
bother storing their values in the info struct.
- Provide helper functions for setting all pins and dirs on mcp2210
- Set all nanofury pin designations in one call
- Provide a helper function for setting all pin designations on mcp2210
- Store the spi settings in a struct for nanofury devices.
- Check the received status in mcp2210 spi transfers and repeat a zero byte send
if it's in progress.
- Set the bytes per spi transfer prior to each mcp2210 transfer.
- Separate out the send and receive functions for mcp2210 and check response
value in return.
- Check that mcp2210 spi settings have taken and check the value of the pin
during nanofury setup.
- Don't set GPIO pin designations after initial setting in nanofury since the
direction and values will be changed.
- Provide an mcp 2210 set gpio input helper function that sets a pin to gpio and
- Move the set gpio output function to a generic mcp2210 version from nanofury
which also sets the pin to gpio.
- Implement a nanofury txrx with a larger buffer and cycling over data too large
to send.
- Implement magic spi reset sequence for nanofury.
- Add more spi magic to the nanofury init sequence.
- Add lots of magic spi initialisation to nanofury.
- Export reused components of bitfury management into a libbitfury and use for
bab and bitfury drivers.
- More init sequence for nanofury and implement a close function that sets all
pins to input.
- Reword offset header handling in hfa_get_header
- Sanity check in hfa_get_header
- Add more checks in hashfast driver for lost devices.
- Change spimode and send more data in nanofury setup.
- Add basic setup comms to nanofury.
- Implement an mcp2210 spi transfer function.
- Set the initial spi settings for nanofury driver.
- Provide a helper function for gettings mcp2210 spi settings.
- Implement an mcp2210 set spi transfer settings function.
- Cancel any SPI transfers in progress in nanofury after initial setup.
- Implement an mcp2210 spi cancel function.
- Return only binary values for mcp2210 GPIO values.
- Set GPIO LED and power to high in nanofury driver.
- Implement initial part of nanofury init sequence for GPIO pin settings and add
output debugging of set values.
- Add helper functions for getting and setting mcp2210 gpio pin designations.
- Don't return an error in usb read if we've managed to get the whole read
length we've asked for.
- Use correct endpoint order for nanofury devices and read with a short timeout
on return loop from send_recv.
- Add mcp2210 helper functions for getting and setting one GPIO pin val and
- Create a generic gpio pin struct and add helpers for mcp get pin val and dirs.
- Check the receive msg of a send/receive cycle on mcp2210 matches the send
- Add a set of usb commands to the usbutils defines for mcp2210 comms, and use
the same command name for send and receive.
- Create a generic mcp2210 send_rcv function.
- Include mcp header for bitfury and fix extra params in macro.
- Add basic SPI comms defines for mcp2210 and build rules for bitfury.
- Minion set some core defaults similar to final requirements
- minion compile warnings
- move driver-minion.c to main directory
- Minion with ioctl() stats, settings to attempt to emulate 21TH/s
- minion driver with results interrupt working
- tested working driver-minion.c without interrupts
- Working driver-minion.c v0.1
- driver-minion.c compilable untested
- minion driver - incomplete
- Add minion driver into cgminer
- Add basic device detection and updated udev rules for nanofury devices.
- Remove GPU from share logging example.
- Don't keep resetting BXF clockspeed to default.
- If no pools are active on startup wait 60s before trying to reconnect since we
likely have the wrong credentials rather than all the pools being out.
- Discard bad crc packets for hashfast driver instead of trying to process them.
- Update documentation for modified avalon options syntax and document relevant
55nm details.
- Modify the auto tuning sequence to work with the 50MHz changes required to
work with 55nm Avalon.
- 55nm avalon requires the delays between writes reinstated for stability.
- Use an equation instead of a lookup table to set the frequency for 55nm avalon
allowing arbitrary values to be used.
- Make the result return rate low detection on avalon less trigger happy.
- Always send the bxf device a clockspeed after parsing the temperature in case
the device has changed the clockspeed itself without notification.
- Fix BXF being inappropriately dependent on drillbit.
Version 3.9.0 - 23rd December 2013
- drillbit asic - enable in api.c
- Fix trivial warnings in knc driver.
- Reinstate work utility based hashmeter for knc.
- drillbit format %z not valid on windows
- drillbit more formatting changes
- usbutils remove old code added back
- Memset the spi tx buffer under lock in knc driver.
- drillbit fix temp display to fit in standard space
- Drillbit formatting
- drillbit - use one drvlog and display dname before add_cgpu
- Keep orginal naming for the bitfury driver
- knc: Bugfix - good shares wrongly reported as HW errors. Root cause of the
problem: several work items were assigned the same work_id in the active works
queue of the knc driver. Thus when good nonce report arrived from the FPGA,
wrong work item was picked up from the queue, and submit_nonce evaluated that
as an error. Fix: Limit the work_id counter update rate. Update it only to the
number of works actually consumed by the FPGA, not to the number of works
- Store per-chip submit information for bxf device and show them in the API.
- Check for removed bxf devices before trying to update work or send messages.
- api.c no decref if not json
- Minimise risk of nonce2 overflow with small nonce2 lengths by always encoding
the work little endian, and increasing the maximum size of nonce2 to 8 bytes.
- Change default hashfast timeout to 500ms.
- Ensure we can look up the work item in the hashfast driver or print out an
error if we don't.
- Drillbit source formatting - reindent and retabify
- Add ASIC count, temperature status to drillbit API output (closes #1)
- Many warning fixes
- knc: Do not include variable "last minute" data into the "last hour" per-core
- knc: Make per-core statistics available through API
- Implement command line control of the bxf target temperature.
- Add a simple PID-like controller to bi*fury devices to dynamically alter the
clock setting to maintain a nominal target temperature set to 82 degrees.
- Add data to BXF API output.
- Add support for newer protocol bi*fury commands job, clock and hwerror,
setting clock to default 54 value, turning parsing into a compact macro.
- Look for the thermal overload flag in the gwq status message in the hashfast
driver and send it a shutdown followed by an attempted reset.
- Log message fixups
- Fix for "Timing out unresponsive ASIC" for pools which send early reconnect
requests, and then take a short time to send work (ie BTCGuild)
- Shorten initial config line, win32/pdcurses doesn't like long lines during
early logging
- Pull back the very long timeouts set in fe478953cf50
- Fix bug where work restart during results scan could lead to bad device state
- Align device status lines same regardless of number of temp status or >10
- Tag log lines from brand new devices as DRB-1 until they are initialised
- Tag log lines as 'DRB0' rather than 'DRB 0', same as other places in cgminer
- Print a summary of the device settings at level NOTICE during initialisation
- Allow chosing device settings based on 'short' product names shown in status
- Allow per-device settings to use "DRBnn" as an identifier instead
- Issue an ASIC restart during a work_restart, removes spurious timeout messages
from ASICs and probably some rejected shares
- Check all results against all work instead of just taking the first match
(avoids some rejected submissions to the pool, ASIC can produce multiple
candidate results.)
- Fix memory leak caused by unnecesarily copied work
- Fix bug with find_settings not returning default value
- Set timeouts on write, set very long timeouts
- Merge drillbit driver
Version 3.8.5 - 10th December 2013
- Increase the BFLSC overtemp to 75 for fanspeed to maximum.
- Set bflsc cutoff temperature to 85 degrees and throttle 3 degrees below the
cutoff temperature.
- Only set LIBUSB_TRANSFER_ADD_ZERO_PACKET for libusb versions we know include
support for.
- Provide a helper function that can reset cgsems to zero.
- Add to cgminer_CPPFLAGS instead of redefining them.
- Attempt a libusb reset device on usb devices that have stopped responding.
- Replace deprecated use of INCLUDES with _CPPFLAGS.
- Remove more unused GPU code.
- Attempt USB device resets on usb read/write errors that will normally cause
the device to drop out.
- Quieten down jansson component of build.
- Cache the bool value for usb1.1 in _usb_write
- Initialise usb locks within usbutils.c instead of exporting them.
- Imitate a transaction translator for all usb1.1 device writes to compensate
for variable quality hubs and operating system support.
- Rationalise variables passed to usb_bulk_transfer.
- Unlink files opened as semaphores on releasing them.
- Remove user configuration flag from pll bypass enabling in hashfast driver.
- Provide an hfa-dfu-boot option for resetting hashfast devices for
- Fixed one byte stack overflow in mcast recvfrom.
- Having changed C_MAX means we don't calloc enough for usb stats, off by one.
- Don't free the info struct on hashfast shutdown since it's still accessed
after a device is removed.
Version 3.8.4 - 1st December 2013
- Deprecate the usb usecps function and just split up transfers equal to the
maxpacketsize on usb1.1 devices.
- Retry sending after successfully clearing a pipe error.
- Drop logging of timeout overrun message to verbose level.
- Use a much longer callback timeout for USB writes on windows only as a last
resort since cancellations work so poorly.
- Use vcc2 in bflsc voltage displayed.
- Increment per core errors on false nonces in bflsc and add per core statistics
to api stats, removing debugging.
- Store a per-core nonce and hw error count for bflsc.
- Fix json parsing in api.c
- Add debugging to hfa driver for how many jobs are being sent.
- Shut down the hfa read thread if the device disappears.
- Add debug output saying what frame command is being sent in hfa driver.
- Revert "Disable USB stats which were not meant to be enabled by default and
add extra memory for a memory error when stats are enabled."
- Reset work restart flag in hfa driver since we may check for it again in
- Add more op usb init errors for hfa driver.
- Perform basic displaying of hfa notices received.
- Add hfa op usb notice macros.
- Update hf protocol header.
- Use sync usb transfers in lowmem mode.
- Go back to allowing timeout errors on USB writes to be passed back to the
driver without removing the device in case the driver wishes to manage them.
- Initialise more values for the hfa data structures.
- A USB control error must be < 0
- Simplify USB NODEV error checking to success only for writes and control
transfers, and success and timeout for reads.
- libusb error IO should be fatal as well if it gets through usb read and write.
- Allow IO errors in usb reads/writes to be ignored up to retry max times.
- Use correct padding for bxf temperature display.
- Initialise devices before attempting to connect to pools to allow their thread
prepare function to be called before having to connect to pools.
- Add hidden hfa options to set hash clock, group ntime roll and pll bypass,
fixing frame sent on reset to include extra data.
- Relax the timeouts for the slower usb devices on linux.
- Add big endian hf protocol header to Makefile
- Check for correct big endian macro in hf_protocol
- Use an absolute timeout in hfa_get_header to cope with buffered usb reads
returning instantly confusing the 200ms counter.
- Update hfa_detect_one to use the new detect function API.
Version 3.8.3 - 23rd November 2013
- Set the bitfury device start times from when we first get valid work.
- Fix stack corruption of zeroing too much in bf1 driver.
- Make usb_detect return the cgpu associated with it to check if it succeeds to
decide on whether to increment the device count or not.
- Set tv work start time for bxf driver.
- Age the bxf work items over 90 seconds, not the bf1 work items.
- Zero the read buffer in _usb_read to avoid stale data and only use stack
memory instead of using the bulkbuf since it is only used in _usb_read.
- Leave room for temperatures above 100 degrees and pad consistently for bxf
- Drop json stratum auth failed message log level to verbose.
- Change the processed value not the bufsiz in response to an end of message
- Don't lose data beyond the end of message in a usb read.
- Silence irrelevant warning.
- Only check strlen on end if end exists.
- Simplify the end of message detection in _usb_read and allow it to return
without doing another read if the message is already in the buffer.
- Increase work ageing time to 90 seconds for bxf driver to account for firmware
- Use the age_queued_work function in the bitfury driver.
- Provide a function to discard queued work based on age.
- The json_val in api.c is a borrowed reference, not a new one so don't decref
- Decrement json references in api.c to not leak memory.
- line 2913 added urlencode
- With reliable writes to the avalon there is no need for the sleep delays
between writes.
- There is no need to limit usb write transfers to maxpacketsize and it's
harmful for large transfers on slow devices such as wrt routers.
- Disable USB stats which were not meant to be enabled by default and add extra
memory for a memory error when stats are enabled.
- Set limit and count to integers to not overflow during failed hotplug attempts
and then not trying again.
- Update api example compilation instructions.
Version 3.8.2 - 16th November 2013
- Add more verbose documentation to the readme files for windows users.
- Add more information on libusb failure to init telling users to check README
- Add information on unloading cdc drivers on osx to README
- Prevent a deadlock with use of restart_threads by spawning a thread to send
the driver flush work messages.
- Set priority of various threads if possible.
- Add bxf data to api output.
- Do not hold the mining thread lock in restart_threads when calling the driver
flush work commands.
- Send extra work regularly to the bxf device and parse the needwork command by
sending the amount of work it requests.
- Allow messages to have arbitrary offsets in the bxf parser in case we have
lingering buffered data.
- Send the maxroll command to the bxf driver and store the value to see if we
need to update it.
- Add sending of flush command to bxf on flush_work
- Add flush and version commands to bxf start up, flush buffer and try to parse
version response string.
- Abstract out bxf recv message.
- Add extra bxf commands to usbutils
- Abstract out bxf send message to allow us to easily add extra commands.
- Don't run device restart code if the device is not enabled.
- Expand size of bitfury statline
- Various driver fixes for bitfury devices, including a flag from when first
valid work appears.
- Look up work results in bxf driver from correct variable.
- Correct incorrect error code in bxf driver for usb writes and add debugging.
- Add bxf details to usbutils.
- Implement a statline showing temperature for bxf
- Add api data for bxf device, sharing the hashrate function with bf1.
- Count no matching work as a hw error on bxf
- Add BXF to udev rules.
- Work id should be hexadecimal in bxf messages.
- Add unrecognised string debugging to bxf driver.
- Implement the main scanloop for bxf, trying to prevent it from ntime rolling
work if the work protocol does not allow it.
- Parse bxf work submits fully, submitting the results.
- Provide a function for setting the work ntime.
- Implement a skeleton parse bxf submit function.
- Use the bxf read thread to set the device target and send its first work item.
- Implement a bxf send work function and set update and restart functions to
sending new work since that's the equivalent for that device.
- Add temperature parsing to bxf driver
- Create and destroy a basic bxf read thread.
- Remove the buffer from bitfury info since it is only used on one pass in the
bf1 device.
- Add a rudimentary bxf detect one function.
- Rename all bf1 specific functions in the bitfury driver, using a switch to
choose correct function.
- Rename bitfury_getinfo to bf1_getinfo since it's unique to bf1 devices.
- Separate out the bf1 reset from bitfury reset.
- Store the bitfury identity in the info struct.
- BaB - updated tested OS comment
- Uniquely identify the BF1 and BXF bitfury devices.
- Remove the default libusb WinUsb pipe policies that don't suit us.
- Only set the winusb pipe policy if it doesn't match our requirements instead
of every transfer.
- klondike - dont try to flush if not initialised
- api.c trylock() add missing locklock
- Use our new zero length packet support directly in windows.
- Enable support for zero length packet on windows and auto clear pipe stalls.
- util.c: Decreasing reference count on allocated JSON obects to prevent memory
- api.c: Release apisock on error in api()
- api.c: Release io_data->ptr when releasing io_data in io_free()
- We can't connect to a GBT pool at all with fix protocol enabled.
- Initialise the stgd lock mutex earlier to prevent dereferences when pool
testing occurs before it.
- Klondike support I2C USB layout also - as KLI
- Return error codes in avalon_read() if they're not timeouts.
- Break out of the avalon idle loop if we get a send error.
- Set avalon ftdi latency to just less than the time it would take to fill the
ftdi buffer at 115200 baud
- Update example.conf
- Only limit packetsize on usb out writes.
- We must chop up every 64 bytes returned on an ftdi chip, not just the first 2
bytes so revert to parsing the data internally in the avalon instead of using
usbutils' simple ftdi parser.
- Only retry 3 times in hfa_reset.
- Only add_cgpu in hashfast driver once we have a real driver set up.
- Clean up properly if hfa_detect_common fails in the hashfast driver.
- --shares should be scaled to diff1 not absolute number of shares
Version 3.8.1 - 11th November 2013
- Revert "Send a zero length packet at the end of every usb transfer on windows
in case libusb internally has batched them into one maxpacket sized."
Version 3.8.0 - 10th November 2013
- api update version to 2.0 and remove GPU form API-README
-Remove now unused scrypt files.
- api.c remove all GPU/gpu references and correct code as required
- Rudimentary removal of GPU OpenCL and Scrypt features from api.c
- Reorder configure alphabetically for devices to compile and fail if no support
is selected to be compiled in.
- BaB update/format some comments
- BlackArrowBitfury early GPIO V1 driver
- Fine tune the reading of results in bitfury driver to not lose any across work
restarts or corrupt due to store results not parsed during restart.
- Send a zero length packet at the end of every usb transfer on windows in case
libusb internally has batched them into one maxpacket sized.
- Framework for ntime rolling, keep looking for OP_USB_INIT replies when other
packets received
- Configure source for a new BaB driver
- sha2 allow external access to some macros and the K array
- Fixed a math issue when reporting fan speed on the status line.
- Use the main hashlist to store work done in the bitfury driver and remove work
from the list by time, thereby fixing the duplicates at startup. Count hardware
errors for when no match occurs.
- Add a get and queue helper work function.
- Remove GPU mining code.
- Use libusb's own zero length packet support unless we have to emulate it on
windows since only libusb knows for sure if it's needed.
- Unlock the avalon qlock while sending tasks to not hold the lock for an
extended period.
- Sleep in avalon send task on return to the function to allow other code to
work during the sleep period.
- Send zero length packets when terminating a usb write aligned to
- Do the driver flush in avalon code lockless since it can lead to deadlocks.
- Reset the work_restart bool after the scanwork loop in case the driver flushes
work synchronously.
- Only check for the stratum clean message if we have had a valid message.
- Get rid of the stage thread since all work can be asynchronously added now via
hash_push anyway.
- Remove the now incorrect faq entry regarding scrypt difficulty.
- Check for fatal read errors and break out of the read loop in avalon.
- Send errors are basically fatal in avalon driver so break out of the send
tasks loop.
- Make the avalon driver return -1 for hash count when usb fails, allowing the
main loop code to send it the shutdown flag.
- Break out of the hash work loops when a failure is detected instead of
dropping into mt disable.
- Use usbutils' own ftdi parser for avalon and the ftdir's own latency for
managing timeouts since we can wait on reads with completely asynchronous
- Use usbutils' own cps function for slowing rate of usb writes on avalon.
- Fix build for no libcurl
- Check length before submitting sync transfers
Version 3.7.2 - 5th November 2013
- Clean up completely on avalon shutdown.
- Use cgsem timed waits in avalon driver to not miss any queued wake ups to
account for async messages coming during a flush work.
- Statline before is too long on icarus that doesn't have monitoring.
- Different windows+usb combinations respond with varying levels of reliability
wrt timeouts so use a nominal extra 40ms before cancelling transfers that fail
to time out on their own.
- Do all hotplug_process under the write mining_thr_lock
- Fix for opt_worktime on big endian machines.
- Correct set_blockdiff for big endian machines.
- Make sure cgpu exists in the restart threads loop in cases of hotplug etc.
- Treat usb write timeout errors as unrecoverable.
- Transfer errors are filtered out in usbutils now so no need to look for them
in NODEV checks.
- Remove now unused entries from struct cg_usb_device
- Do not double up with checking for end of timeout measurements in usb
- Do get_work in fill_queue without holding other locks.
- Initialise usb after all the locks and conditionals are initialised.
- Use only a trylock in flush queue to prevent deadlocks.
- Add a wr_trylock wrapper for pthread rw lock write trylock.
- Scale diff for scrypt when testing for block solves.
- Fix for non curses build.
Version 3.7.0 - 4th November 2013
- Use WRITEIOERR macro check for all usb writes.
- Always use a usb read buffer instead of having to explicitly enable it.
- Force unlocking of the console lock on restart to avoid corrupting the console
state when we finally quit.
- Never wait indefinitely for a pthread conditional in the hash_pop loop in case
the work scheduler misses the last wakeup.
- Make hash_pop signal the work scheduler each time it waits on the conditional
that it should look for more work.
- Discriminate between libusb transfer errors and regular libusb errors and make
sure to capture them all.
- Always read a full sized transfer for bulk reads.
- Deprecate preferred packet size functions in usbutils since they're unhelpful.
- Copy known transferred amount back to buffer for usb reads instead of
requested length.
- Treat timeout errors on usb writes as IO errors.
- Ignore iManufacturer from bitfury devices to support bluefury as well as
- Add more debugging info for when usb details don't match.
- Look for timeout overruns in usb read/write.
- Use an int for usb_read/write to identify overruns.
- Use the callback timeout as a safety mechanism only on windows.
- Instead of using complicated sleeps to emulate characters per second on usb
writes, submit only as many characters as can be transferred per usb poll of
1ms, and use timeouts in bulk transfers, cancelling transfers only as a
- Remove discarded work from quota used.
- Display works completed in summary and API data.
- Store how many work items are worked on per pool.
- Make each pool store its on reference for what the most current block is and
fine tune management of block change in shared pool failover strategies using
the information.
- Rationalise use of current_hash to a single hex string the length of the
previous block and display only the first non zero hex chars of the block in the
status window.
- Update uthash to latest.
- show_hash doesn't know the size of the string so hard code the max size.
- Remove as many initial zeroes as exist on share display, abstracting out a
hash show function to use across different submission mechanisms.
- Add missing endian swap functions for 64bits.
- Sanity check for absurd target setting and divide by zero.
- Abstract out conversion of a 256 bit endian number to a double, correcting
errors and use it for determining any magnitude share diff.
- Avoid the extra generation of a byte flipped hash2 in struct work and directly
use the LE work hash.
- Add a sanity check to avoid divide by zero crashes in set_target
- Calculate diff from target accurately for all 256 bits.
- Set a true 256bit binary target based on any diff value in set_target()
- Provide a copy_work_noffset function for copying a work struct but changing
its ntime.
- Make calls to flush queue and flush work asynchronous wrt to the main work
- Share is also above target for submit noffset nonce.
- Use round for displaying current pool diff.
- Use round for stratum share diff display instead of floor.
- Use round instead of floor for displayed pool difficulty.
- Allow arbitrary diffs to be tested against nonces via a test_nonce_diff
- Abstract out the rebuilding of hash2 in work.
- Share is above, not below target, when it doesn't meet it.
- Add the ability to add uint8 and uint16 entities to api data.
- Use a non blocking connect with a 1 second select timeout when initiating
stratum to allow us to iterate over all IPs returned by getaddrinfo in round
robin DNS pools.
- Minor style changes to output.
- Revert two different hash_sequence(_head)'s to one variable, use
- Remove duplicate HF_SEQUENCE_DISTANCE() macro, and duplicate hash_sequence
from info structure
- Structure changes for OP_NONCE, add big endian header
- klondike - initialise stat_lock
- klondike - better to unlock locks than to lock them twice :)
- Add copyright notice to knc driver.
- Trivial style changes to knc driver.
- Improve performance of work generation by optimizing hex2bin and bin2hex
- klondike - change options to clock and temptarget only
- klondike - fix another uninit dev warning
- klondike - downgrade 'late update' but add an idle detect - and correct error
- klondike - fix isc uninit warning
- Use a mutex to protect data in the knc structure, to prevent loading more work
during a flush, and unlock and return to main between calls to get_queued_work.
- Use the existing device_data for knc state data.
- Only count successful nonces as hashrate in the knc driver.
- Fix trivial warnings in knc driver.
- Add KNC to api
- klondike - drop the device for hotplug if it's unresponsive
- usbutils - usb_nodev() allow a driver to drop a device
- klondike - single 'shutdown' and ensure it happens
- klondike remove SCNu8 - unsupported on windows
- Correctly calculate sleep_estimate in usbutils that may have been preventing
usecps from working.
- Use a sanity check on timeout on windows.
- Better HW error count; disable permanently those cores which fail often
- KnC driver: knc-spi-fpga ASIC driver
- Fixup jansson & libusb include paths when using separate build directory
- 'llround' is more suitable here than 'roundl'
- Silence warning if MAX/MIN is already defined
- Remove prebuild ccan/opt dependencies
- Reinstate block solve testing.
- Dramatically simplify the calculation of blockdiff.
- Simplify the set_target function, allowing it to work properly for fractional
- Merge hashfast driver
- Merge KnC driver
Version 3.6.6 - 26th October 2013
- Remove inappropriate extra locking in _usb_transfer_read
Version 3.6.5 - 26th October 2013
- klondike - fix uninitialised dev bug
- Adjust the binary ntime data in submit_noffset_nonce even when there is no hex
ntime string for eg. gbt.
- Put an entry into the work struct telling drivers how much they can roll the
ntime themselves.
- Only set libusb cancellable status if the transfer succeeds.
- Remove the applog on miner threads dying to prevent deadlocks on exit.
- Do one extra guaranteed libusb event handling before testing if there are any
pending async usb transfers.
- Use a linked list for all usb transfers instead of just cancellable ones.
- Provide a mechanism for informing drivers of updated work templates for
stratum and gbt mining.
- Add cancellable transfers correctly to the ct_list
- Check for presence of thr in icarus get nonce for startup nonce testing to
- Use cancellable usb transfers in the icarus driver to avoid having to loop and
poll when waiting for a response and to speed up work restart response time.
- Add a usb_read_ii_timeout_cancellable wrapper
- Add usb transfer cancellation on shutdown and documentation regarding where
cancellable transfers are suitable.
- Use cancellable transfers on bitfury device.
- Cancel cancellable usb transfers on work restart messages.
- Don't bother having a separate cancellable transfer struct for usb transfers,
simply include the list in the usb_transfer struct.
- Add wrappers for usb_read_cancellable and usb_read_timeout_cancellable
- Specifically set the cancellable state for it to not be uninitialised in the
usb transfer struct.
- Alter the usb cancellable list only under cgusb_fd_lock write lock.
- Pass the cancellable option to _usb_read options to decide on whether to add
usb transfers to the list of cancellable transfers.
- Create a linked list of potentially cancellable usb transfers.
- Don't attempt to disable curses or print a summary during an app restart to
prevent deadlocks.
- Keep the libusb event handle polling thread active until there are no async
usb transfers in progress.
- Keep a global counter of how many async usb transfers are in place.
- Perform libusb_submit_transfer under the write variant of cgusb_fd_lock
- klondike - error condition handling
- Avoid entering static libusb directory if --with-system-libusb is enabled.
- Minor opencl build corrections.
- Enable dynamic linking against system libusb --with-system-libusb
- Modify Makefile to only include opencl related code when configured in.
- Convert opencl to need to be explicitly enabled during build with
- Implement a cglock_destroy function.
- Implement a rwlock_destroy function.
- Implement a mutex_destroy function.
- Add usb command name to critical libusb error reporting.
- Use windows' own higher resolution time and handlers allowing us to have
higher precision absolute timeouts.
- Fix lldiv error in windows cgminer_t calculation.
- miner.php correct sort gen field names largest to smallest
- api ... the code related to device elapsed
- api add device elapsed since hotplug devices Elapsed is less than cgminer
- Drop usb buffering message to debug logging level.
- Do the ntime binary modification to the work struct when submitting an ntime
offset nonce within submit_noffset_nonce
- Code cleanup and improved documentation
- Improvements to support for BitBurner boards
- Convert libusb transfer errors to regular libusb error messages to allow for
accurate message reporting.
Version 3.6.4 - 18th October 2013
- Fixing the memory leak for remaining semaphores means we can go back to using
async transfers on other OSes with our own timeout management again.
- Use the forcelog function on shutdown to cope with indeterminate console lock
states due to killing of threads.
- Add a forcelog variant of applog which invalidates any console lock to force
- Send pthread_cancel to failed completion_timeout that has timed out.
- Simplify queued hashtable by storing unqueued work separately in a single
- bflsc use getinfo chip parallelization if it is present
- bflsc - fix brackets so [Chips] isn't always null
- Remove unused variables.
- Use cgcompletion timeouts for the unreliable shutdown functions on kill_work.
- Fix cgcompletion return code and free on successful completion.
- Provide a cg_completion_timeout helper function for unreliable functions that
takes arbitrary functions and parameters and reliably returns.
- Perform sync transfers on shutdown to allow final transfers to complete.
- Destroy cgsems used after transfers to not leave open files on osx.
- klondike rewrite work control
- allow __work_complete() access
- miner.h allow devices to tv_stamp work
Version 3.6.3 - 17th October 2013
- API add 'MHS %ds' to 'summary'
- Optional lock tracking and stats via the API
- Speed up polling repeat again in usb poll thread and handle async after the
message to disable polling is complete.
- Revert to using timeouts on !linux since libusb leaks memory without them.
- Revert to libusb instead of libusbx
Version 3.6.2 - 17th October 2013
- Remove unused components of jansson
- Remove unused parts of libusb
- Work around older libtoolize that fails without top not being
present during autogen
- Fix open coded use of autoreconf in autogen
- Update jansson to only build parts we require and suited to our build
- Initial import of jansson-2.5
- Prevent further USB transfers from occurring once the shutdown signal has been
sent to prevent transfers getting stuck and libusb failing to shut down.
- Make the USB polling thread poll every second to potentially aid longer
timeout transfers.
- Set device_diff on work in get_work to not be missed with drivers that use
get_work directly.
- Convert icarus driver to hash_driver_work model.
- bflsc - also allow ' 0' in DEVICES IN CHAIN
- bflsc - allow a 0 in DEVICES IN CHAIN
- Add needed EXTRA_DIST for libusbx.
- Update libusbx changes.
- Revert libusb Makefile changes from going to libusbx.
- Fix trivial libusbx warnings.
- Convert libusb-1.0.16-rc10 to libusbx-1.0.17
Version 3.6.1 - 14th October 2013
- Emulate the libusb_control_transfer sync setup in our async variant.
- usbutils - make all libusb_error_name messages the same
Version 3.6.0 - 14th October 2013
- increasing max miners for avalon driver
- using separate identifier for bitburner fury boards
- changes to bitburner driver for bitburner fury boards
- hexstr is too small in test_work_current
- Windows uses errno for WSAETIMEDOUT
- Convert the usb callback function to using cgsem_t timed waits to avoid race
conditions with conditionals/mutexes.
- Give correct return code in cgsem_mswait
- Check for correct timeout error in cgsem_mswait
- Fix util.h exports for cgsem_mswait
- Implement a generic cgsem_mswait similar to sem_timedwait
- Use the one LIBUSB_ERROR_TIMEOUT for cancelled transactions since this error
is explicitly tested for in various drivers.
- Do not use locking on usb callback function pthread signalling to prevent
deadlock with libusb's own event lock.
- Use a write lock when performing any USB control transfers to prevent
concurrent transfers.
- Free a libusb transfer after we have finished using it to avoid a dereference
in usb_control_transfer
- Do not perform bfi int patching for opencl1.2 or later.
- Although async transfers are meant to use heap memory, we never return before
the transfer function has completed so stack memory will suffice for control
transfers, fixing a memory leak in the process.
- klondike - correct/reverse min/max stats
- api incorrect message name
- klondike - use a link list queue rather than a circular buffer - and add
timing stats
- Use a timeout with usb handle events set to a nominal 200ms and wait for the
polling thread to shut down before deinitialising libusb.
- Use stack memory for hex used in stratum share submissions.
- Use stack memory in test_work_current, avoiding a malloc/free cycle each time.
- Provide a lower level __bin2hex function that does not allocate memory itself.
- Convert the bitfury driver to use the hash_driver_work version of hash_work.
- Add a hash_driver_work function to allow for drivers that wish to do their own
work queueing and management.
- Convert all usb control transfers to asynchronous communication with our own
timeout management as well.
- Klondike - increase circular read buffer size
- Klondike - extra zero value and range checking in temp conversion
- klondike - display MHz also
- Make pthread conditional timeouts handle all bulk usb transfer timeouts
performing libusb_cancel_transfer, disabling timeouts within libusb itself.
- Avoid calling get_statline_before on exit to avoid trying to use it on drivers
in an indeterminate state.
- Avoid calling get_statline on exit.
- Add a small amount to the usb timeout before cancelling to allow for a regular
usb polling interval to pass.
- Do not attempt to clear a usb halt before sending the cancel message since all
transfers should normally be cancelled before attempting to clear a halt
condition, and only change the return message to a timeout if it's consistent
with a cancellation.
- Retry up to USB_RETRY_MAX times to clear a halt condition before failing.
- Show the error number as well as the description in erroring bulk transfers.
- Drop logging level for failed to connect to stratum to verbose mode only since
we hit it regularly.
- We are always dependent on libusb handling events so use the blocking
libusb_handle_events in the polling thread and use a bool to know if we should
continue polling.
- Use fractional hashrate return values in bitfury_scanhash to minimise the
number of times we return 0 based on hashrate so far to further damp out
displayed hashrate.
- Check for presence of driver name in DRIVER_COUNT_FOUND to prevent strcmp on a
null pointer when a driver is not built in.
- CMR allow sending flash and clock commands
- Kill off threads that have failed using hash_sole_work instead of just
disabling them.
- Make the bf1 getinfo size a macro
- Failing to add_cgpu in bitfury should be a terminal failure.
- Check return values when attempting to open a BF1 device and set the msg size
as a macro.
- Display errors on failed usb read and write and consider sequential IO errors
a permanent failure.
- Use libusb's own error name function instead of hand coding the error names.
- Limit ms_tdiff to 1 hour as a sanity check.
- Enable the usb buffer in avalon driver.
- Check for async transfer variants of error messages.
- Remove unused variables.
- Try switching pools if for some reason we end up with only idle pools and have
ended up current_pool set to an idle one.
- Check a pool is stable for >5 mins before switching back to it.
- Minimise the time between dropping the read devlock and grabbing the write
devlock to avoid tons of logging spam in the interim.
- Check for libusb transfer stall error to be consistent with async IO errors
returned for a halt condition.
- Check for continuous IO errors on USB and consider the device inactive if more
than retry max.
- Make the devlock a cglock in usbutils and only grab the write lock for
fundamental changes allowing us to send and receive transfers concurrently
without lock contention.
- Prevent overflows in us_tdiff and ms_tdiff.
- Change second initialise message on bitfury verbose mode.
- Submitting an ntime offset nonce needs to be done on a copy of the work
instead of the original so abstract out shared components as much as possible,
minimising strdups in copy_work and make submit_work_async work take copied
work, cleaning up code in the process.
- Provide a way for drivers to submit work that it has internally rolled the
ntime value by returning the amount it has ntime rolled to be added.
- Typo in
- Remove unmaintained broken ztex driver.
- Icarus - use a data structure for I/O rather than magic numbers
- delete old tracked ccan/opt/*.o files
- klondike correct cvtKlnToC() temperature calculation
- klondike - correct 1st reply debug based on define
- klondike - debug dump structured replies
- klondike - avoid division by zero if maxcount is unexpectedly zero
- klondike store and report errorcount and noise
- klondike - fix chipstats api stats buffer overrun with 16 chips
- klondike add new nonecount only once
- klondike - report mh/s based on nonces found + put old estimate into API stats
- klondike use a memcpy
- klondike fix bracket tabs indenting
- api.c missing Klondike from ASIC list
- Klondike update code to current git
- Add 2nd CMR to 01-cgminer.rules
- Add Klondike to 01-cgminer.rules
- Klondike to main directory
- Klondike consistent code spacing
- Klondike update driver code to current git
- update firmware for 16 chips, add dist files
- beta final 0.3.0 release
- updated firmware, IOC method
- prevent nonces when not state W
- added driver config option support
- fixes for 300 MHz, fix K1 parts list
- update driver, docs
- update firmware & utils
- updated cgminer driver for 3.3.1
- update firmware and driver, create new cgminer fork
- update klondike driver
- add cgminer driver file as-is
- Add API output displaying USB cancellations.
- Store statistics on how often we have to cancel async bulk transfers and add a
debug message whenever we do.
- Treat any unexpected timeouts waiting for async transfers as though there may
be a usb halt condition and attempt to clear the halt before cancelling the
- Remove zero packet flag on usb as it's unsupported outside linux and
- Fake the libusb transfer timed out message if we force cancel it with our own
async functions.
- Use asynchronous transfers for all bulk transfers, allowing us to use our own
timers and cancelling transfers that take too long.
- Add libusb error warning message when significant error occurs.
- Icarus CMR2 detect FPGA setup
- Disable bitfury device thread on it disappearing.
Version 3.5.0 - 29th September 2013
- Add magic init sequence required on BF1 devices to get them mining on windows.
- usbinfo.devlock is only ever write locked so convert it to a mutex
- Icarus remove unneeded opt_debug tests due to applog being a macro
- Icarus - CMR shouldn't wait the full timeout due to handle sharing
- We should only yield once in cg_wunlock
- Provide a function to downgrade a cglock from a write lock to an intermediate
- Deuglify use of _PARSE_COMMANDS macro expansions.
- Deuglify use of usb parse commands macro in usbutils.
- Use the driver add commands macros in api.c to avoid individually listing
- Separate out asic fpga and opencl drivers in the driver parse commands macro
for use individually as needed.
- Use macro expansion in usb_find_devices to avoid explicitly listing them all.
- Use macro expansion to iterate over all the drivers without explicitly writing
them out in usbutils.c
- Iterate over the bitfury offsets in order of decreasing likelihood.
- Reattach the kernel driver on linux on usb_uninit.
- Attach the kernel driver on failure to usb init on linux.
- libusb kernel driver operations are only available on linux.
- There is no need to get the external prototypes for drivers in cgminer.c any
- Remove unnecessary gpu_threads initialisation.
- Put avalon last in the sequence of adding drivers to prevent it trying to
claim similar chip devices on startup.
- Use macro expansion to iterate over all device drivers without needing to
explicitly code in support in all places. Pass a hotplug bool to the detect()
function to prevent opencl trying to hogplug GPUs.
- Forward declare all device drivers in miner.h avoiding the need to export them
everywhere else.
- Add a noop function for driver detect when it's missing.
- Reuse the DRIVER_ macros to avoid having yet another definition for DRV_
- Use macro expansion to generate extern device_drv prototypes.
- Create a macro list of drivers to enable easier addition of further drivers.
- There is no point setting the BF1 preferred packet size to the maximum since
it will do so automatically.
- icarus ensure all cmr interfaces are initialised properly
- usbutils - fix USBDEBUG warnings
- Remove unnecessary steps in communicating with BF1 and just use USB interface
- usbutils - usb_bulk_transfer fix the buf/data fix
- usb_bulk_transfer - use the allocated buffer
- Set preferred packet sizes per interface on BF1.
- usbutils allow PrefPacketSize per endpoint
- Remove magic control sequences on open/close on BF1 and just flush the read
- Check return codes in getinfo and reset and fail as needed in BF1.
- Check return code for bitfury_open and release resources properly on failed
- Abstract out flushing of interrupt reads in BF1 devices.
- Perform interrupt read after close message on BF1 as per serial close.
- Perform interrupt read flush as per serial open on BF1 devices.
- Add information for 2nd USB interface on BF1 devices and choose interface 1
for bulk transfers.
- usbutils - bulk transfer copy test fix
- usbutils - add USBDEBUG for usb_bulk_transfer
- Add more read_ii variants to usbutils.
- Name remainder of BFU usb commands used.
- Use submit_tested_work in bitfury driver to avoid unnecessarily re-testing the
work for validity.
- Abstract out work submission once it's been tested, to be used by drivers that
do their own internal validity testing.
- Store the hash2 array in struct work for further reuse.
- usbutils - which_intinfo not requried
- Use the test_nonce function within submit_nonce and store the uint32
corresponding to hash2 37 for further use.
- usbutils - interfaces must all be on one handle - ep implies the interface
- avalon stats use exact type
- Only set share diff if we've confirmed it's a share first.
- Update ASIC-README for bitfury devices.
- Use an array of offsets when checking nonces in bitfury_checkresults
- Limit the duration we wait for reads in BF1 based on time already elapsed to
account for other delays such as work restart messages or out of work.
- Minimise size of serial string we copy in BF1 stats to avoid overflow.
- Implement basic API stats for BF1 and increase array of results to check for
the rare straggling result.
- Space debug output for bf1 to separate from numerals.
- Abstract out the bitfury open close and reset functions and use them on
- Rename BF1 devices BF1
- Check for work restart, breaking out early after usb reads in BF1.
- Do not lose the first sets of results from BF1.
- There is no point checking for results from the next round of work on BF1.
- Last result returned by BF1 is an end of results marker so ignore it.
- restart_wait should return 0 if thr_restart is true.
- Remove unused code by bitfury driver since current driver uses serialised
- Meter out return of estimated hashes in BF1 to smooth out visible hashrate.
- Optimise inner scanhash loop for bf1.
- Add yet another backup work for triple buffering of work in bf1 to account for
extra late results returned and don't check nonce offsets which appear to never
- Name the work request and result usb commands for BF1
- Define a mandatory upper limit to waiting for reset and data on BF1 based on
full nonce duration.
- Decrease usb buffering to verbose logging.
- Add in first draft for a serialised work model sending/receiving data for BF1
- Add complete close sequence to bf1 as it happens on serial.
- Provide a bitfury identify function for bf1.
- Reliably extract BF1 information at startup and reset the device.
- Add commands for getting BF1 bitfury info
- Add magic BF1 bitfury open and close control sequences.
- Add BF1 detection code to bitfury driver.
- Create basic placeholders for bitfury driver code.
- Add bf1 device information to usbutils to enable device detection.
- Add basic defines for building for bitfury devices.
- Add redfury device to udev rules.
- avalon: display the FPGA controller version on API
- pool_active uninitialised_var rolltime
- Use macro expansion to only need to define usb enums and commands in one
- usbutils saving incorrect overflow buffer
- ignore and *.lo on linux
- icarus support CMR with no extensions
- usbtils - interfaces dont work yet in libusb windows so disable for that only
- Provide a --disable-libcurl config option to build support for stratum mining
- Fix the api-example.c compile under Linux
- usbutils - only release the device once - for the first intinfo
- usbutils set_interface is no longer valid
- ubsutils interfaces much each have their own handle
- usbutils kernel_detach should use the interface number
- usbutils - allow the driver to change which_intinfo
- Reset quotas on load balance for all pools at the same time to avoid running
out during selection and unintentionally dropping to fallback.
- Break out of select pool from a common point for appropriate debug messages
and to avoid further tests.
- usbutils correct/reverse CMR product numbers
- usbutils specifically track handles and interfaces
- change drivers to use usb_interface() - required for multi interface change
- usbutils - allow a device to use multiple interfaces (and better var names)
- Cast -1 to (char) to cope with different default char types on ARM.
Version 3.4.3 - 13th September 2013
- Put corefoundation and iokit separate in ldflags for darwin.
- Add rules for libusb building on osx
- Add flags for building libusb statically on osx.
- Find the greatest common denominator in quotas and use the smallest number of
consecutive work items per pool in quota load balance mode to smooth hashrate
across pools with large quotas. Give excess quota to priority pool 0 instead of
pool 0.
- Avoid dynamically adding stack memory for nonce2 in the stratum send thread
and check the pool's nonce2_len will not cause an overflow.
- Add subdir-objects to automake options.
- Use inet_addr instead of inet_network to fix windows build.
- Remove unused pbase variable.
- Add support for socks4/4a proxies with stratum, and drop back to socks4
support via the global --socks-proxy command to not break previous
- Fix warning on mingw build.
- Only show long-poll message in pool summary if it's not using stratum.
- Increase the time for the waiting for work message to be given to be greater
than that required for a pool swap in the scheduler which is set to 5s.
- Change message in status when using a balanced pool strategy to notify if
there's a stratum pool as well.
- Use the --failover-only flag to have special meaning in combination with
load-balance mode to distribute any unused quota back to pool 0 to maintain
ratios amongst other pools.
- Display quota and allow it to be modified via the pool menu.
- Add API commands and modify output to support pool quota displaying and
- Change message in status when using a balanced pool strategy to notify if
there's a stratum pool as well.
- Add quota support to configuration files.
- Rotate pools on all failures to set a pool in select_pool.
- Use quotas for load-balance pool strategy.
- Provide a mechanism for setting a pool quota to be used by load-balance.
- Use the --socks-proxy option with stratum, changing it to defaulting to socks5
and give appropriate message should it fail to connect.
- Cope with trailing slashes in stratum urls.
- Add more debugging messages when negotiating with proxies for stratum.
- Test specifically for socks5h in socks support for stratum.
- Add support for socks5 proxy with stratum
- Provide support for negotiating a stratum connection via http proxies.
- Connect to the proxy URL and port if specified for stratum sockets instead of
the pool directly.
- Extract any proxy url and port to be used by sockaddr if possible using
- Make extract_sockaddr set variables passed to it rather than pool struct
- miner.php sort the mcast rigs so they are always in the same relative order
- miner.php allow sending the muticast message multiple times
- miner.php mcast ignore duplicate replies
Version 3.4.2 - 3rd September 2013
- take_queued_work_bymidstate should use a write lock.
- miner.php coding warning
- miner.php disable 'gen' by default
- miner.php allow formula generation of new fields
- miner.php add doctype
- miner.php remove incorrect echo
- miner.php optional error if not enough mcast rigs are found
Version 3.4.1 - 31st August 2013
- API mcast add a description option with miner.php
- Always use a maxpacketsize buffer in usb_bulk_transfer
- bflsc ensure getinfo cannot overflow it's storage buffer
- Don't decref json values in stratum parsing due to memory corruption.
- Use 64 bytes for all libusb control transfers.
- Skip dissecting opt->names in parse_config if it doesn't exist.
- Use an internal buffer in _usb_transfer_read in case the read is larger than
the buffer passed to it.
- ICA optional limit timing with short=N or long=N
- Revert to old custom tolines function since strtok_r is not portable.
- bflsc remove unused commented out code
- logging - code mistake
- logging - applogsiz() for large messages
- Provide base structures for getaddrinfo.
- Include string.h in bflsc driver.
- Get rid of linear removal of spaces in bflsc text parsing and use strstr
throughout instead.
- Use reentrant strtok in tolines() function in bflsc to avoid racing on
contextless calls.
- Show how small a too small result in bflsc is.
- Duplicate the buffer in process_results in bflsc since strtok modifies it
making debugging output limited to one line.
- Only process nonces in bflsc if the breakdown function succeeds.
- Ignore zero count messages in bflsc instead of trying to parse them.
- Return ok in tolines when it doesn't match inprocess message for bflsc.
- Remove inprocess line instead of deleting all following responses in bflsc.
- Change ok testing logic in breakdown() in bflsc and return if not ok at any
- Check the return value of tolines in bflsc driver.
- Use strtok to parse lines in bflsc driver.
- Add libusb-1.0 m4 directory and gitignore file.
- Properly convert from ranlib to lt_init in
- Make autoconf always build for libusb.
- More autoconf fixes.
- Unconditionally build jansson statically from the cgminer source tree.
- Only test for all usb devices once in
- Fix various libusb warnings and possible bugs on linux build.
- Add make clean and maintainer-clean to autogen
- Remove examples from libusb Makefile and generated autoconf files.
- Fix libusb subdirectory builds.
- Remove cached files from libusb autoconf on running
- Remove unused HAVE_LISBUSB macro and use USE_USBUTILS everywhere.
- Use direct auto* files to avoid failure of autoreconf
- Remove unused and maintainer cleaned files
- Show RT_LIBS in ./configure output.
- First import of libusb-1.0
- bflsc xlinkstr use snprintf
- Fix win32 build.
- Use take_queued_work_bymidstate in the bflsc driver to avoid the rare chance
repeated results come back from the same work item.
- Provide a funcion that looks up queued work by midstate and then removes it
from the device hash database.
- Fix no -rt library on darwin.
- Update included jansson to v2.4
- Fix OSX build.
- Provide an osx fix for cgtimers and a fallback to timevals for all other
platforms !linux !win32 !osx.
- Move two more timer functions out of define macros to enable them to be used
by future osx code.
- cgtimer_sub is now the same since cgtimer_t should be the same on all
- miner.php fix missing global
- Only count submitted nonces as diff1shares if they're valid.
- Substantially raise the maximum avalon frequency for water-cooled, over-volted
- Compile with an old java
- API Multicast sample
- BTB show C/MHz/mV for device
- api.c remove unused reply string
- api.c fix mcast debug message bug
- miner.php implement API Multicast handling to automatically find your local
net miners
- API mcast only reply to remote IP's that are allowed access
- Initial API Multicast response v0.1 to find cgminer APIs
- Use timespecs on windows as cgtimer_t to capitalise on the higher resolution
clock changes.
- Abstract out the conversion of system time to an lldiv_t in decimicroseconds.
- Use our own gettimeofday implementation on windows for it to be consistent
across ming builds and higher resolution.
Version 3.4.0 - 21st August 2013
- Use stack data for HW error% in avalon stats.
- Add avalon HW error% to stats and only show BTB variables if avalon is a BTB.
- Check for cnx_needed on each loop through wait_lp_current.
- Return positive for cnx_needed when no_work is true.
- Stratum is used more often so test for it first.
- Reorder support names alphabetically.
- Only display the no pool work message once if there are multiple waiters in
- Provide a message and set a bool when no work is available from any pools and
when it resumes again.
- We don't want to continue into the hash_pop function if the getq is frozen.
- Only report threads in and out in queued work devices across a get work since
the rest happens asynchronously and the get work is what the device might be
waiting on.
- Thread reportin and out can be static non inline.
- usbutils cps sleep_estimate is not an underestimate
- usbutils add cps stats estimates
- Provide cgtimer_sub helper functions.
- Provide cgtimer_to_ms helper functions.
- Rename cgsleep_prepare_r as cgtimer_time to get time in cgtimer_t format and
call cgsleep_prepare_r as a macro for cgtimer_time
- Use the reentrant cgsleep functions for usecps in usbutils.
- TimeBeginPeriod and TimeEndPeriod do not add significant overhead when run the
entire time for cgminer so avoid trying to maintain balanced numbers of them for
specific time calls to simplify code.
- Replace all references to the old n*sleep functions with the equivalent
cgsleep_*s replacements.
- timeGetTime uses huge resources on windows so revert to using timevals for its
implementation of cgtimer_t
- Quotient/remainder error in ms division.
- Only grab a queued work item if we successfully grab the lock to submit work
in bflsc_send_work
- BTB get version from Firmware
- Carve out the unused portions of sha2 implementation.
- Import Aaron D. Gifford's fast sha256 implementation.
- Increase the que_low watermarks on BFLSC for they are too low to keep the
device busy on scanwork loops.
- Provide cgtimer_to_timeval helper functions.
- Provide a timeval_to_cgtime helper function to reuse values.
- Check for thr->work_restart in restart_wait.
- We should be using que_low to decrease scan sleep time in bflsc.
- Prepare sleep time on bflsc if no dev needs work yet to avoid busy waiting.
- Simplify cgsleep code for windows by using a typedef for cgtimer_t that
resolves to clock resolution, using that internally.
- On windows use the higher accuracy timegettime function to really get 1ms
clock and timer accuracy.
- Use the cgsleep reentrant function to sleep for bflsc between read results to
account for time taken to perform reads.
- Use 100ms delay between checking for results on all bflsc devices as the
buffering of results mean checking more frequently just wastes CPU and causes
more lock contention for only marginally better latencies.
- Fix missed endtimeperiod in overrun timer on windows.
- Make cgsleep_us_r take an int64_t for us.
- Make the cgsleep functions build on windows.
- Use the cgsleep reentrant function in avalon_send_task.
- Use the reentrant cgsleep functions within the avalon_send_tasks function.
- Set high resolution timing on windows within the cgsleep functions.
- Use the reentrant cgsleep function to time sleeps on reading from avalon.
- Provide reentrant versions of cgsleep functions to allow start time to be set
separately from the beginning of the actual sleep, allowing scheduling delays to
be counted in the sleep.
- Make the nmsleep and nusleep functions use the new cgsleep functions
internally till functions are migrated to the new cgsleep API.
- Add a ms_to_timespec helper function, and create a cgsleep_ms function that
uses absolute timers with clock_nanosleep to avoid overruns.
- Add rt lib linkage to enable use of clock_nanosleep functions with older
- Add necessary time header include to avalon driver.
- Do a sleep of the full duration it would take to do all the work using
clock_nanosleep in avalon_send_tasks to avoid sleep overruns before polling to
see if it's ready.
- Add a timeraddspec helper function.
- Provide a us_to_timespec helper function.
- Use the us_to_timeval helper function in the avalon driver.
- Provide a us_to_timeval helper function.
- Use timeval_to_spec helper in avalon driver.
- Add helper functions to convert timespec to timeval and vice versa.
- simplifying buffer full check
- forking bitburner write thread function
- making sure original Avalon is unaffected by BitBurner changes
- changes to queueing strategy for BitBurner boards
- Do not poll in avalon_get_results without sleeping if we have finished parsing
a full result.
- Add c to ambient temperature display for avalon driver.
- BTB allow up to 1400mV as per firmware limits
- avalon for timeout allow d='calculate it' and fix uninitialised
- Use cloned work when finding avalon results since another thread can discard
the work item while it's in use.
- Provide a variant of find_work_bymidstate that returns a clone of the found
Version 3.3.4 - 14th August 2013
- API/miner.php add some % fields
- Nonce2 stratum submission is not working with nonce2 lengths >4, revert the
buggy __bin2hex function and use bin2hex.
- The write thread in avalon is only ever actually woken up by timeout so remove
the write semaphore and use a simple sleep poll.
- Fix warning.
- Interrupting reads on the avalon to start writes loses data so remove the
cgsem_post in the read code.
- Add room for the null byte at the end of the nonce2 string on stratum share
submission and zero the allocated ram.
Version 3.3.3 - 13th August 2013
- Only perform the bin2hex on nonce2 data if it's required for stratum
submission, thereby removing the last conversion of that type from stratum work
- Create a work data template when receiving stratum notification, allowing a
simple memcpy of the merkle root avoiding more hex2bin conversions on each work
- Export the workpadding char in miner.h
- Avoid a potential overflow should a pool specify a large nonce2 length with
- Avoid one more hex2bin in gen stratum work.
- Rename work gbt_coinbase to coinbase to be in line with pool variable name.
- Perform merkle bin hex2bin on stratum notify to avoid doing it on each work
- Reuse just the one pool coinbase variable in stratum, avoiding more string
functions and storage in gen_stratum_work on each work generation.
- Rename pool gbt_coinbase variable to coinbase to combine it with the stratum
coinbase data.
- Use a nonce2 offset variable for both gbt and stratum to consolidate
requirements on work generation.
- Merge pull request #474 from kanoi/master
- util.c update quit call for new functions
- use correct define for OSX in util.c
- miner.h inline semaphores increase information on failure
- util.c expand quit to show file/func/line
- Merge remote-tracking branch 'conman/master'
- Cache as much of the gbt coinbase as possible to avoid doing unnecessary
hex2bin conversion on every work generation with gbt.
- We should be using a cg_wlock initially in generating stratum and gbt work
before downgrading the lock.
- Add the ability to downgrade a write variant of the cglocks.
- Fix --scrypt being required before scrypt intensities on command line or not
working at all via config files.
- Cache the hex2bin of pool nonce1 in stratum, avoiding hex2bin on each work
- Cache the binary generation of coinbase1 and 2 on stratum, avoiding a hex2bin
of coinbase1 and 2 on each work generation.
- cgsem - increase information on failure
- avalon init write_sem before use
- 3.3.2 - 9th August 2013
- Fix uninit variable warnings.
- usbutils - force check every combination
- Fix warning.
- Recreate curses windows on windows when a device is hotplugged to allow window
resizing without crashing.
- Update copyright notice.
- Limit intensity range according to whether scrypt is in use or not.
- Do not allow benchmark mode to be used with scrypt.
- Add a --bflsc-overheat command which allows you to set the throttling
temperature for BFLSC devices or disable it.
- Move bflsc defines to a header file.
- avalon allow frequency to be set via the API
- BTB voltage management via the API - and set default on startup
- Avalon BTB allow partial work to be transferred
- avalon_cts use correct buffer
- miner.php format Best Share
- remove unnecessary memcpy
- using more concise description
- using usb_ident
- forgot a return
- changes to Avalon driver for BitBurner boards
- Revert "Sleep after sending icarus work to emulate working at 115200 baud."
- api correct timeout stat display
- usb timeouts - min/max also
- log USB timeouts in API stats
- usbutils report failed timeouts
- usbutils ensure stats macros are using the macro arguments
- Check for negative wait time in socket_full.
- Fix extra argument passed to statline before.
- Adjust socket wait timeout in recv_line according to how long we've already
waited to avoid a 60 second wait dropping to 1 second due to a blocked socket.
- usbutils use a heap buffer for bulk read rather than stack
- usbutils only one bulk transfer call per stat
- set device_drv function noops when first add_cgpu
- usbutils - in init only change the config if needed
- bflsc nonce per work item stats
- bflsc increase flush count to handle parallel work
- force type checking on curses
- logging - size check sprintf
- usbutils - size check all sprintf
- cgminer - size check all sprintf
- size check get_datestamp/get_timestamp and remove unused cgpu->init
- make all statline overflow safe
- WU only needs +2 width
- Check for a timeout in avalon_scanhash and post to the write sem if we receive
- Decay result count in avalon more slowly to not falsely detect idle periods as
low result return rates.
- Count the number of miners idled in avalon to account more accurately for when
its result return rate is too low.
- Fix potential dereference when starting avalon with all new work.
- Convert the decay_time function into one that truly creates an exponentially
decaying average over opt_log_interval.
- Only throttle avalon clockspeed in avalon_auto in non optimal temperature
settings if the fanspeed has reached maximum.
- Reinstate more aggressive <2% HW error target for avalon-auto
- Set avalon fan min and fan max to PWM values instead of percentage.
- Provide an --avalon-freq command line to give a valid range of frequencies for
avalon in auto mode.
- Set the avalon idle frequency to lowest if avalon auto is enabled and we have
an overheat condition.
- Decrease avalon frequency in auto mode if we are unable to maintain the
temperature in the optimal range.
- Don't count invalid nonces as hashrate for bflsc.
- Use a more conservative upper limit of 1% for hardware errors with avalon auto
- Allow the avalon fanspeed range to be passed as parameter on the command line,
default to 20-100%
- Just display A: and R: for difficulty accepted and rejected to preserve screen
real estate and decrease decimal places for WU.
- correct device DR: and remove global U:
- Update all screen A/R to instead use DA/DR and device U to WU
- miner.php add ASC fields
- GPU fan rpm display 9999 when it overflows
- bflsc get volts stats needs its own GETVOLTS
- Support all avalon frequencies on the command line.
- Move to slightly more relaxed timeouts for avalon.
- MMQ turn on cps delays
- bflsc x-link header different to documentation
- Reset the other auto counters in avalon when idling a device.
- usbutils/icarus include more locking to usbdev access
- Icarus turn on cps delays by default
- usbutils cps correct time measurement
Version 3.3.1 - 25th June 2013
- Add an avalon-auto option which enables dynamic overclocking based on hardware
error rate for maximum effective hashrate.
- Add an --avalon-cutoff feature which puts the avalon idle should it reach this
temperature, defaulting to 60, re-enabling it when it gets to target
- Change default avalon target temperature to 50 degrees.
- usbutils - incorrect test for * in bus:dev
- Redo +1 fix in bflsc.
Version 3.3.0 - 24th June 2013
- Add an --avalon-temp option to allow a user specified target temperature.
- Demote no matching work message to verbose logging only on avalon.
- Make the fan control on the avalon a simple PID controller with a target
temperature of 45.
- Demote bflsc hw error messages to verbose logging only.
- bflsc - handle xlink timeouts by having generic IO functions
- Demote the invalid nonce warning to log info.
- Ignore iManufacturer for BFLSC devices since the device name will still match
and some unbinned chips are missing it.
- sc_count shouldn't be +1 in bflsc.
- Use the info timeout for read_nl in getidentify bflsc.
- Add a usb_read_nl_timeout macro.
- bflsc try getinfo twice
- set MSG_ASCUSBNODEV always defined
- Hard code the preferred packet size for AMU, BLT and ICA.
- API V1.26 update ASIC support
- Icarus enable the read buffer for the detect nonce
- Support new overclocking speeds for avalon: 325, 350 and 375
- undo icarus show errno, put it as debug in ubsutils
- icarus add errno to rerr and werr
- Sleep after sending icarus work to emulate working at 115200 baud.
- Use the nusleep function for sleeping after sending work in avalon.
- Show an integer only for diff if it is one.
- Set the avalon preferred packet size to 512.
- Reinstate the maxPacketSize determined by the end descriptor but allow the
driver to override it.
- Only update hashmeter if we have done hashes or haven't updated longer than
the log interval, fixing a us/ms error.
- Use only one cgsem in avalon signalling when the write thread should commit
work by reading the status bytes off during an avalon_read, minimising the
number of usb calls and resetting from only one place.
- Change avalon no valid work message to no matching work to match API
- Use low latency usb transfers on the avalon, sleeping up to half a buffer's
worth only if no data is returning to increase hashrate, abolish lost work and
decrease CPU.
- Minimise the sleep times in avalon read to avoid result loss.
- Use a half nonce range before cycling through avalon's scanwork to ensure it
gets a chance to fill work if time is tight for the write thread to signal a
- Temporarily limit usb transfer sizes to 512 till we provide a way for each
driver to choose the upper limit.
- Increase watchdog sick time to longer than it takes for a pool to be detected
- Limit USB transfers to the max size reported by the descriptors.
- Increase the BFLSC timeout to allow the maximum number of results to be
returned for BAS in time.
- Decrease BAL and BAS latency to be just larger than one result read.
- disable curses device resize that crashes on windows
- BFLSC latest firmware has its own thermal cutoff set to 90, so use the same
value in case we have an old firmware that isn't throttling by itself.
- Drop watermark low limits for bflsc.
- Set the fanspeed on bflsc to max if we don't know the temperature.
- Use a low watermark for queueing mandatory work on bflsc instead of zero.
- Only mandatorily grab the bflsc mutex on submitting work when the queue is
- Adjust bflsc v2 watermarks.
- Only increase sleep time on bflsc if the queue isn't emptying at all over the
sleep duration.
- Fix warning.
- bflsc yet more API stats
- bflsc add some more API stats
- bflsc correct firmware matching
- bflsc correct comment
- Fixed Commands with No params
- bflsc driver support for v2 firmware
- Odd Issues
- Fixed Python Example
- Added Python Api Example
- Added Python Api Example
- Multiplier fail for microseconds vs milliseconds when updating hashmeter in
- Only make threads report in/out across the actual driver code and update their
status on reporting out as well as in.
- usbutils initialise close key/sem
- usbutils cleanup linux semaphores on release
- Difficulty should be unconditionally byteswapped, not swapped to big endian.
- We should be setting cancelstate, not canceltype when disabling it for usb
- Pthread cancel state should be set to disable on usb DEVLOCK.
- Fanauto on bflsc is Z9X according to the source code, not 5 as per the draft
protocol document.
Version 3.2.2 - 16th June 2013
- Record and report USB pipe errors via API stats
- Suspend stratum connections when we know they've failed and don't try to recv
data from them once the socket no longer exists.
- Pipe error is quite common on usb3 so drop logging to verbose level only.
- ocl.c fix applog warnings on windows
- applog/quit fix GPU errors created
- usbutils - DEVLOCK other usbdev access
- applog usb device list can be > LOGBUFSIZ
- fix windows log warnings
- logging remove extra added <LF>
- remove varargs from logging/quit/in general as much as possible
- Don't yield when downgrading a cg ilock.
- Don't yield on grabbing the read lock variant of cglocks.
- Off by one error in device count for display.
- Don't display devices beyond the most_devices count in the curses status.
- Only display as many device rows as the maximum live existed at any time.
- usb lock out use cg locks
- usb lock out transfers during open/close
- Add error message to libusb pipe error
- Differentiate libusb control transfer pipe errors from transfer errors since
they're not fatal.
- Create a usb_bulk_transfer wrapper for libusb_bulk_transfer to cope with pipe
- Only show efficiency in pool information for pools that don't support local
work generation.
- Create a pool_localgen bool function for testing when a pool can generate work
- ignore file that is generated on Macs
- compile unix code on Mac OS X fixes not finding the config file in $HOME
- Use mining start time for device MH/U calculations
- Decrease the sleep duration before reading in avalon to not let the read
buffer overflow.
- Failure to read and write on pseudo semaphores on apple happens routinely on
shut down so should not be a quit error, just a warning.
- Unlock usb dev lock in the same place in usbutils.
- Sleep if the avalon buffer is empty and we've requested a read to allow the
write thread to take precedence.
- Yield after releasing a lock in case we are on a device with limited CPU
- Add the cgpu_info structure before avalon reset.
- Tidy up DEVLOCK/UNLOCK to have consistent use of the pstate variable without
needing brace level match.
- Icarus driver elaspsed timeout shouldn't be just USB I/O
- usbutils avoid leaving devlock locked when thread cancelled
- MMQ fix nodev failure caused by changes
- ubsutils lock all access to nodev and cgusb
- USB make device_path handled by usbutils
- tidy up free in device detect functions
- USB control creation and free of cgpu
- Add FAQ regarding Work Utility.
- Throttling the BFLSC at 80 seems to prevent generating garbled responses of
higher temps.
- Return after failed bin2hex conversion in bflsc.
- Demote failed hex2bin result to LOG_INFO and check return result in
driver-bflsc to avoid doing find_work_by_midstate.
- Set BFLSC fan speed coarsely to keep it under 60 or auto as per specs saying
it tries to stay below 60.
- Limit usbutils LATENCY_STD to 32ms to keep transfers under 512 bytes.
- Move macro definition to bflsc driver
- Use a longer timeout for retrieving bflsc details.
- Add a usb_read_ok_timeout wrapper to cope with slow init'ing devices.
- cgsem_post after creating the thread info
- Fix build.
- Use cgsem structures instead of the flaky pings in the work queue to start
mining threads and remove the unused thr_info_freeze function.
Version 3.2.1 - 7th June 2013
- Shorten the avalon statline to fit in the curses interface and show the lowest
speed fan cooling the asic devices.
- Set usbdev in usbutils after checking for nodev to avoid trying to access a
dereferenced value.
- AMU usbstatus correct name from enable UART
- Icarus AMU enable the UART
- Only libusb close if libusb release succeeds.
- Failed reads and writes on cgsem_post and cgsem_wait should be extremely rare.
- Implement cgminer specific cgsem semaphores to imitate unnamed semaphore
behaviour on osx which does not support them.
- Set cgusb->buffer to NULL when doing usb_buffer_disable.
- Temporarily fix apple not having semtimedop by ignoring the timeout value.
- BFLSC enable buffered USB reading
- Icarus use buffered USB reading
- bflsc & icarus use usb_ftdi_set_latency
- usb_ftdi_set_latency LOG_ERRs if called incorrectly
- add usb_ftdi_set_latency
- usbutils optional read buffering
- Set the avalon read transfer latency to avoid sleeping when no data is
returned after very short latency settings.
- correct bflsc BFLSC_BUFSIZ max calculation
- Fix build for !curses
- restore max code - since timeout is unsigned
- compile warning - remove unused max
- usb set FTDI latency higher to minimise status bytes
- Check for zero timeout on _usb_write.
- Check for zero timeout in usb read.
- Define a minimum polling time based on frequency of mandatory updates of ftdi
responses at 40ms.
- Sleep right up to the timeout instead of the first half if we find ourselves
polling in _usb_read
- Enforce half timeout sized sleeps in usb_read if we find the device is not
respecting libusb timeouts to avoid polling frequently.
- Add more ASIC documentation.
- Update README
- Remove start device limitation on log window size to allow it to get larger
with hotplugged devices.
- Switch logsize after hotplugging a device.
- Change switch_compact function name to switch_logsize to be used for other
- Only adjust cursor positions with curses locked.
- devs display - fix GPU duplicate bug
- Do not hotplug enable a device if devices have been specified and the hotplug
device falls outside this range.
- Change the --device parameter parsing and configuration to use ranges and
comma separated values.
- basic copyright statement in
- devs display - show ZOMBIEs after all others
- Modify scrypt kernel message.
- Check for pool_disabled in wait_lp_current
- usbutils semun use proper def for linux which fixes OSX also
- Check for pool enabled in cnx_needed.
- Icarus add delays during intialisation
- Update documentation.
- Update copyrights of modified files.
Version 3.2.0 - 31st May 2013
- Add FAQ about windows USB keyboards and hotplug interactions.
- Fix mingw build warnings in icarus driver.
- Make usb_ftdi_cts use the _usb_transfer_read function.
- Update ASIC-README with avalon info regarding default behaviour.
- Break out of idling loop in avalon_idle if the buffer is full.
- Provide some defaults for avalon if none are specified and do not try to claim
the device if it fails to reset with them and no options are specified.
- usbutils automatically track IO errors
- usbutils allow a short wait for resources to be released
- correct semaphore timeout comment
- Set the fanspeed to the nominal chosen for GPUs.
- Inverted sem_init logic.
- Document avalon options in ASIC-README
- Do avalon driver detection last as it will try to claim any similar device and
they are not reliably detected.
- Clamp initial GPU fanspeed to within user specified range.
- Use a counting semaphore to signal the usb resource thread that it has work to
- Avalon fan factor is already multiplied into the info values.
- Get rid of zeros which corrupt display.
- Logic fail on minimum fanspeed reporting.
- Provide a workaround for fan0 sensor not being used on avalon and pad fan RPM
with zeros.
- Add ambient temp and lowest fan RPM information to avalon statline.
- Display max temperature and fanspeed data for avalon.
- Set devices to disabled after they exit the hashing loops to prevent the
watchdog thread from trying to act on them.
- Add avalon driver to hotplug.
- Shut down the avalon mining thread if the device disappears.
- Check for no usb device in usb_ftdi_cts
- Check for valid usbdev in _usb_read in case the device has been unplugged.
- Scanhash functions perform driver shutdown so don't repeat it.
- Change the opencl shutdown sequence.
- Send the shutdown message to threads and do the thread shutdown functions
before more forcefully sending pthread_cancel to threads.
- Use the cgpu_info shutdown to determine when to stop the avalon read and write
- Use semaphores to signal a reset to pause the read thread while the write
thread does the actual reset, making all writes come from the same place.
- Remove now unneeded fgpautils.h include from avalon.
- usb_transfer_read should also not play with the endianness.
- Use the USB wrappers for avalon, telling usbutils that we want the raw data.
- Use separate ep for avalon tasks vs avalon reset and do not loop in write
- Remove unneeded function and checks in avalon write code.
- CMR handle baud options
- work_restart is reset within the queued hash work loop.
- Fix avalon shutdown sequence.
- Execute driver shutdown sequence during kill_work.
- Use nusleep in avalon_get_results in place of nmsleep.
- Provide an nusleep equivalent function to nmsleep.
- usb/ica add more (incomplete) CMR settings
- Give a buffer of perceived results in avalon during idle periods to allow for
results once it becomes active again.
- libusb_control_transfer are meant to be endian specific, but host endianness
so no conversion is needed.
- Reuse old MTX Handle
- usbutils check all memory allocation
- usb separate thread for resource locking and modified windows locking code
- Icarus report data direction with comms errors
- Set the read and write threads for avalon to not cancel within libusb
functions and wait for the threads to pthread_join on shutdown.
- Offset needs to be incremented after avalon reads.
- Make the avalon_read function parse the ftdi responses appopriately.
- Use the avalon read timeout to completion if no data has been read.
- wait_avalon_ready should only be used before writes.
- Ask for the correct amount to read in avalon get results.
- Spawn the avalon read thread first with info->reset set to discard any data
till work is adequately queued.
- Use direct usb read commands to avoid ftdi data being automatically cut off in
avalon reads.
- Do a simple usb_read_once for the avalon result from a reset command.
- Make sure avalon is ready to receive more usb commands before sending them.
- Implement avalon_ready and avalon_wait_ready functions for when usb is ready
to receive commands.
- avalon_read should not loop but just return whatever it has succeeded in
- Set avalon_info to device data void struct.
- Specify avalon in avalon_reset.
- First pass rewriting serialdev into direct usb dev for avalon driver.
- Define a cts equivalent for direct usb and use it for avalon driver full.
- Compile usbutils into avalon driver.
- Check results come in at least at 2/3 the rate they should be on avalon and if
not, reset it.
- Give a warning but don't reset if the avalon buffer is full early.
- Discard any reads obtained from the avalon get results thread during a reset.
- Differentiate initial reset in avalon from subsequent ones.
- Perform a mandatory reset if the avalon buffer signals it's full before it has
queued its normal quota of work.
- Wait till buffer is cleared after sending idle tasks to avalon before
returning from avalon_idle.
- Lock qlock mutex during reset from read thread in avalon to prevent more work
being sent till the reset is over.
- Reset avalon if we continue to be unable to send all the work items.
- Add avalon reset response to debugging output.
- Do a wait_avalon_ready before sending a reset code.
- Iterate over spare bytes in the avalon result returned from a reset request
trying to find the beginning of the reset.
- Idle avalon after reset.
- Check for nothing but consecutive bad results on avalon and reset the FPGA if
it happens.
- Make submit_nonce return a bool for whether it's a valid share or not.
- Unset the work restart flag sooner in avalon_flush_work to avoid re-entering
the flush work function and just reset the queued counter instead of rotating
the array to avoid runs of no valid work.
- Implement an avalon_flush_work function for work restarts.
- Shut down avalon read and write threads and idle the miners on closing it.
- Tighter control over work submissions in avalon allows us to use a smaller
- Rotate avalon array to reset the queued count before releasing the lock so
work will always be available on next pass.
- Move avalon read thread start till after conditional wait, store idle status
in avalon_info and use it to determine whether an error is appropriate or not.
- Wait till the avalon_send_tasks thread has filled the avalon with idle work
before starting the avalon_get_results thread.
- Use AVA_GETS_OK macro in avalon_read.
- Do all writes on avalon with a select() timeout to prevent indefinite blocking
and loop if less than desired is written.
- Check explicitly that ava_buffer_full equals the macro.
- Send initial reset as an avalon task to remove avalon_write function.
- avalon_clear_readbuf is no longer required.
- Check for 2 stray bytes on avalon reset.
- Create a separate thread for handling all work and idle submission to the
avalon which messages the scanhash function it has completed to update
- usbutils ensure it compiles without stats
- usbutils include transfer mode in usbstats
- Give the avalon get results thread name the device number as well.
- Make sure we're not adjusting temps on every successful work retrieval on
- Count missing work items from behind a successful work read in avalon as well.
- Change message for work not found in avalon parser.
- usbutils handle bulk_transfer partial writes
- Simplify debugging and only discard from avalon read buffer if at least one
full result has been discarded.
- Only display discarded bytes in avalon if they're not used as nonces.
- Only loop once through avalon_parse_results, but do so after timeouts as well.
- Only debug and move ram if spare bytes exist in avalon buffer.
- Remove off by one error.
- Inverted logic.
- Add more debugging to avalon reads.
- Convert unsigned size_ts to ints for parsing avalon messages.
- Cope with not finding nonces in avalon parsing gracefully by not overflowing
- Adjust avalon temp values on one lot of valid nonces from the parser.
- Created a threaded message parser for avalon reads.
- Avalon_wait_write is not effective during resets so do it after going idle.
- Send only a single byte reset.
- Repeat going idle after avalon reset, and wait for write ready before sending
each reset request instead of some arbitrary sleep time.
- Timeouts on avalon_read and avalon_write should be 100ms.
- Don't close avalon after detecting it until we're cleaning up, instead using
reset for comms failures.
- Check for avalon_wait_write before sending reset command.
- Sleep in avalon_write_ready.
- Make avalon_wait_write a bool function and check its return value.
- Show how many idle tasks are sent to avalon if it aborts on buffer full.
- Reset avalon->device_fd after it is closed.
- Create an avalon_wait_write function that is used before sending avalon idle
- Avoid repeating avalon_idle in do_avalon_close and extra sleep.
- Pass fd to avalon_idle.
- Do avalon_reset after info structure is set up.
- Rework avalon reset sequence to include idling of chips and waiting for them
to go idle followed by 2nd reset and then checking result.
- Do a non-blocking read of anything in the avalon buffer after opening the
- Assign the avalon info data to the device_data in cgpu_info.
- thread shutdown is different on windows
- usbutils make all windows timeouts 999ms
- usb add another Cairnsmore1 USB chip
- icarus do the full detect test twice if required
- CMR usb config guess
- usb add transfer_read and commented out in icarus
- usbutils allow unrounded control transfers
- icarus ICA initialisation
- icarus report err on read failure
- icarus correct device_id and use device_data for icarus_info
- miner.h remove unused device_file and add device_data
- miner.h icarus no long uses fd
- icarus AMU config transfers
- Create a logwin_update function which mandatorily updates the logwin and use
it when input is expected to prevent display refresh delays.
- usbutils force an unknown IDENT for zero
- icarus set default options/timing based on device
- Must unlock curses as well in logwin_update.
- Create a logwin_update function which mandatorily updates the logwin and use
it when input is expected to prevent display refresh delays.
- icarus report usb write error information
- Add name to icarus copyright notice.
- Check for *pth dereference on pthread_join
- usbutils name latency correctly
- Check for restart before buffering more reads in Icarus.
- Icarus should timeout if it's greater than the timeout duration even if it's
receiving data.
- We should check for amount buffered in icarus get_nonce against amount already
- Make mining threads report out during work submission.
- submit_work_async is no longer used directly by driver code.
- Fix first read timeout on icarus get nonce.
- Retry icarus_initialise if the first read attempt fails.
- Properly pthread_join miner threads on shutdown.
- Properly pthread_join miner threads on shutdown.
- Use a persistent single separate thread for stratum share submission that uses
workqueues since all stratum sends are serialised.
- All stratum calls to recv_line are serialised from the one place so there is
no need to use locking around recv().
- Only allow the mining thread to be cancelled when it is not within driver
code, making for cleaner shutdown and allowing us to pthread_join the miner
threads on kill_work().
- Only allow the mining thread to be cancelled when it is not within driver
code, making for cleaner shutdown and allowing us to pthread_join the miner
threads on kill_work().
- Set pool->probed to true after an attempt to resolve the url via stratum code.
- icarus test nodev everywhere
- usbutils/icarus separate FTDI transfer values and more debug
- add icarus to hotplug
- usbutils add rest of icarus
- simple serial-USB python test script
- icarus->USB v0.1 incomplete - missing initialise()
- README spelling
- Update documentation for icarus switch to USB
- Add USB rules for supported USB devices
- switch icarus configuration to usb
- usbutils new command for icarus
- usb add a numeric sub-indentity for each name
- usbutils - make FTDI handling automatic
- fix duplicate name
- usbutils set Black Arrow Lancelot's as BAL and match the lot->llt name
- usbutils identify Icarus devices
- libusb_control_transfer 16 bit words are endian specific.
- usb_applog separate amt display
- Show pool difficulty more verbosely if it changes via stratum.
- Attribute whatever stats we can get on untracked stratum shares based on
current pool diff.
- Provide a --lowmem option which does not cache shares on failed submission to
prevent low memory hardware (eg Avalon) from crashing.
- Update util.c
Version 3.1.1 - May 11th, 2013
- Use a discrete device target for scrypt that dynamically changes to ensure we
still report a work utility even if no shares are submitted such as in solo
- Make set_work_target a function to set a specified char as target for use
- Further consolidate the hash regeneration between sha and scrypt doing it only
once and always checking the share diff for both before submission.
- Regenerate the hash before checking the share diff in hashtest().
- Minor typo.
- Use a scantime of 30 seconds for scrypt if none is specified.
- Support more shares to be returned for scrypt mining.
- Update the write config to properly record device entries and remove disabled
- Show a different warning and loglevel for failure to resolve a URL on first or
subsequent testing of stratum pool URLs.
- Fix the problem of seting up termio of ttyUSB0 for icarus. the CSIZE is the
mask of CS2/4/8 From: navyxliu <>
- Set all stratum sockets to nonblocking to avoid trying to use MSG_DONTWAIT on
- Fix warnings on win32 build.
- Only use MSG_NOSIGNAL for !win32 since it doesn't exist on windows.
- Use MSG_NOSIGNAL on stratum send()
- Set TCP_NODELAY for !linux for raw sockets.
- Use TCP_NODELAY with raw sockets if !opt_delaynet
- Make raw sockets compile on windows
- Recheck select succeeds on EWOULDBLOCK for stratum.
- usbutils/mmq fixed size usb_read default to wait for all data
- usbutils optional (disabled by default) dev debug
- Add an ftdi usb read macro without newline
- Avalon usb interface should be 0.
- Add more debug for failure to USB init.
- Recv() should all be non-blocking for raw sockets in stratum.
- Change verbosity and error for getaddrinfo warnings in setup stratum socket.
- Free servinfo after p is checked in setup stratum socket.
- Use raw sockets without curl for stratum communications.
- Sacrifice curl handle memory on stratum disconnects on all versions of libcurl
to avoid curl corruption.
- Don't use TCP_NODELAY if opt_delaynet is enabled with stratum.
- Fix warnings in avalon driver.
- Make FULLNONCE an ULL to fix a warning on 32 bit.
- ztx correct applog typing
- ocl correct applog typing
- util correct applog typing
- api correct applog typing
- cgminer correct applog typing
- scrypt correct applog typing
- bfl correct applog typing
- ica correct applog typing
- mmq correct applog typing
- adl fix trailing %
- usbutils correct applog typing
- applog - force type checking
- Simplify the many lines passed as API data in the avalon driver now that the
API does not need persistent storage for the name.
- Duplicate the name string always in api_add_data_full to not need persistent
storage for names passed to it.
- Add extra matching work count data in API for Avalon with 4 modules.
Version 3.1.0 - April 28th, 2013
- va_copy is meant to be matched by a va_end in log_generic.
- usbutils remove_in_use break
- usbutils remove_in_use missing prev
- usbutils missing add_in_use
- Clean up summary slightly better on exit.
- Make the scan sleep time after scanwork in bflsc dynamic to keep queues
between watermark levels.
- Remove unused temp counts in bflsc.
- Calculate a rolling 5 min average set of temperatures for bflsc.
- Damp the display of voltage for BFLSC devices.
- Damp the temperature display measurement for bflsc since it fluctuates so
- bflsc add volt stats
- Handle failed tolines command in bflsc driver.
- Can use a read lock instead of a write lock in bflsc scanwork.
- Since we are filling a queue on the bflsc devices, there is no need to run
through scanwork frequently provided we use the restart_wait function to abort
early during a block change.
- Remove flushed work in bfl scanwork from the hash table.
- Set correct device in process_nonces in bflsc driver.
- bflsc add work reply INPROCESS: missing from the spec
- bflsc put in some error messages not yet written
- bflsc get completed hashes as late as possible
- Fix potential memory leak with unused work items in bflsc_queue_full
- Reverse bools in bflsc_queue_full
- Avoid recursive loop calling correct function instead.
- bflsc fix details identification
- Differentiate BFLSC device from regular bitforce and give warning if no
support is compiled in.
- util.c str_text make a fully text readable version of str
- BFLSC fix FPGA identity overlap
- Locking error in bflsc_send_work
- Use htobe32 function for converting nonce in bflsc.
- Replace deprecated bzero with memset in bflsc driver.
- Fix compilation of bflsc driver without opencl.
- Check for realloc failures in bflsc driver.
- Check for failure to calloc in bflsc driver.
- Trivial style change
- Use copy_time function in bflsc driver.
- Use cgtime in bflsc driver and update copyright notice.
- Use a separate function for bfl initialise that doesn't require locking.
- Fix BFLSC building.
- bflsc v0.1
Version 3.0.1 - April 25th, 2013
- Bypass attempting to read and save binary files on OSX to avoid crashes on >1
- Receive failures in recv_line should unconditionally fail.
- Use sock_blocks in api.c
- Use sock_blocks function for stratum send and receive.
- Create an OS specific sock_blocks function.
Version 3.0.0 - April 22nd, 2013
- Further fix distdir for hexdump.c
- Fix build and distdir.
- Remove all CPU mining code.
- compile on win32
- Update SCRYPT README with improved hashrates for 7970.
- Use copy_time helper throughout cgminer.c
- Provide wrappers for commonly used timer routines with API stats.
- Avoid one cgtime call in sole_hash_work.
- Fulltest is true if value is <= target.
- Use system host to endian functions for clarity in fulltest.
- Provide endian_flipX functions to avoid special casing big endian in cgminer.c
- Provide a flip128 helper to simplify big endian flipping.
- Use flip helpers to simplify code for calculation of midstate.
- Use flip32 function instead of open coding it in gen_stratum_work.
- Move util.c exports to util.h
- Fix warning on building avalon on win32
- Use cgtime in driver-avalon.c
- Use cgtime in driver-icarus.c
- Use cgtime in driver-bitforce.c
- Use cgtime in logging.c
- Use cgtime in usbutils.c
- Use cgtime in driver-opencl.c
- Use cgtime wrapper in driver-modminer.c
- Use cgtime in driver-ztex.c
- Use cgtime in compat.h
- Use cgtime instead of gettimeofday in fpgautils.c
- Replace gettimeofday usage in cgminer.c with cgtime
- Create a cgminer specific gettimeofday wrapper that is always called with tz
set to NULL and increases the resolution on windows.
- Add high resolution to nmsleep wrapper on windows.
- Set default ocl work size for scrypt to 256.
- define le32toh if needed
- fliter out the wrong result from adjust fan code
- compile avalon driver on win32 and win64
- Restart threads on the rare chance we found the block ourselves.
- Add more FAQs about crossfire.
- Set last device valid work on adding device.
- Increment last device valid work count in submit_nonce to cover scrypt.
- Set opt_scrypt drv max diff for correctness.
- Make scrypt submission use the submit_nonce code, with nonces matching
- Do testing for HW errors on submit nonce for both scrypt and sha.
- Increment hardware error count from the one site.
- Rename scrypt regenhash function for consistency.
- Add new best share info to verbose logging.
- Add notice for when network diff is changed.
- Convert error getting device IDs in ocl code to info log level only since
multiple platforms may be installed and the error is harmless there.
- Unnecessary extra array in ocl code.
- Further driver FAQs.
- Add MAC FAQ.
- Add more FAQ details.
- Check for work restart after disable in the hash queued work loop since it may
be a long time before we re-enable a device.
- Unconditionally test for many wrong results on avalon and reset to avoid
passing a corrupt avalon result to temperature code.
- build out of source dir
- Set device_diff for queued work or there will be no diff1 share count.
- Only reset an avalon device with no results when there are no results
- More FAQs.
- More FAQs.
- Cleanup when stratum curl fails to initialise.
- Avoid applog in recalloc_sock.
- Avoid applog under stratum_lock in recv_line.
- Avoid applog under stratum_lock in __stratum_send.
- Put spacing around locking in util.c for clarity.
- Avoid applog under cg_wlock.
- Put spacing around locking code for clarity.
- Avoid applog under pool_lock.
- Avoid more recursive locks.
- Avoid applog while ch_lock is held.
- Avoid recursive locks in fill_queue.
- Variable is already initialised in global scope.
- More GPU faqs.
- More README faqs.
- Yet more README faqs.
- Add more faqs to README.
- Wrap result wrong tests in avalon scanhash in unlikely() and only consider a
hash count of zero wrong if a restart wasn't issued.
- avalon: if result_wrong >= get_work_count jump out the read loop
- Fix warning on 32bit.
- Fix warning on 32bit.
- Avoid curl_easy_cleanup on old curl versions in setup_stratum_curl as well.
- fix the fan control on max temp2/3
- for some reason network down. one simple cgminer command: "cgminer -o -O fa:ke --avalon-options 115200:32:10:50:256" can idle the
avalon for safe power and protect chip
- if hash_count == 0; reinit avalon, fix the 0MHS bug use the max value of temp1
and temp2 for fan control
- Reinstate the matching_work_count per subdevice on avalon based on the work
- Avalon driver is missing the drv_id.
- Rationalise and simplify the share diff and block solve detection to a common
- Rationalise and simplify the share diff and block solve detection to a common
- Make the avalon array size a macro.
- Use replacement of work items in the avalon buffer as needed instead of
flushing them.
- Reinstate wrong work count to reset avalon regardless and display number of
wrong results.
- Revert "The result_wrong measurement for avalon is continually leading to
false positives so remove it."
- select() on serial usb in avalon does not work properly with zero timeout.
- The result_wrong measurement for avalon is continually leading to false
positives so remove it.
- Revert "Use only 2 queued work arrays in avalon."
- Use no timeout on further reads in avalon_gets
- Do sequential reads in avalon_get_reset to cope with partial reads.
- Show read discrepancy in avalon_get_reset.
- Reuse avalon_get_work_count variable.
- Check for AVA_GETS_RESTART when deciding if avalon has messed up.
- Make the detection of all wrong results on avalon much more conservative to
avoid false positives on work restarts.
- Show error codes on select and read fail in avalon.
- If we get a restart message in avalon_gets still check if there's a receive
message to parse first without a timeout before returning AVA_GETS_RESTART.
- Use only 2 queued work arrays in avalon.
- avalon_gets is always called from the one call site so inline it.
- The read_count is unused by the avalon get result code and no longer required
for avalon reset so simplify code removing it.
- Use a separate avalon_get_reset function for resetting avalon instead of using
- The current hash count returned by avalon scanhash is just an obfuscated
utility counter so make it explicit.
- Check for a restart before a timeout in message parsing code in avalon.
- We should check for a restart message before checking for a timeout in avalon
- Store the subid for the work item in avalon.
- usbutils more stats for bflsc
- Fix record_temp_fan function in avalon driver. Patch by Xiangfu
- Remove inappropriate memset of struct avalon result which was corrupting fan
- Fix warning with no curses built in.
- Bump version to 2.11.4
- Add API support for Avalon.
- Only do_avalon_close once on multiple errors.
- Reset the result_wrong count on block change in avalon scanhash to prevent
false positives for all nonces failed.
- Small timeouts on select() instead of instant timeout increase reliability of
socket reads and writes.
- Only get extra work in fill_queue if we don't have any unqueued work in the
- Small timeouts on select() instead of instant timeout increase reliability of
socket reads and writes.
- Rotate the avalon work array and free work on AVA_SEND_BUFFER_EMPTY as well.
- Only get extra work in fill_queue if we don't have any unqueued work in the
- Don't get any work if our queue is already full in avalon_fill.
- Differentiate socket closed from socket error in recv_line.
- Differentiate socket closed from socket error in recv_line.
- Free avalon->works in the event we call avalon_prepare on failure to
- Fix warnings.
- Create an array of 4 lots of work for avalon and cycle through them.
- Remove unused per unit matching work count for avalon.
- Rename the confusing avalon_info pointer.
- Simplify avalon scanhash code using the new find_queued_work_bymidstate
function. Partially works only.
- Members of cgpu_info for avalon are not meant to be in the union.
- Use correct struct device_drv for avalon_drv.
- cgminer.c -S help to only say Icarus
- Check enough work is queued before queueing more in avalon_fill.
- Actually put the work in the avalon queue.
- Rneame avalon_api to avalon_drv.
- First draft of port of avalon driver to new cgminer queued infrastructure.
- Add Makefile entry for driver-avalon.
- Add configure support for avalon.
Version 2.11.4 - April 5th, 2013
- Remove bfl-sc option from configure for 2.11 branch.
- Only update hashrate calculation with the log interval.
- Update the total_tv_end only when we show the log to prevent failure to update
- Minor README updates.
- Add example 7970 tuning for scrypt in readme.
- Update driver recommendations.
- Add extensive GPU FAQs for the flood of new Scrypt miners.
- Remove help option for cpumining in build environment.
- Remove scripts that make it too easy to compile CPU mining support.
- Win32 and win64 build updates
- Remove references to CPU mining from README.
- Show share hash as little endian as needed.
- usbutils extra message requirements
- Make hashmeter frequency for hash_queued_work match sole_work.
- Update links and recommended SDKs.
- Update scrypt readme re drivers and sdk.
- usbutils.c usb_cmdname() usb_cmds -> string name
- BFL FPGA Windows timeout set to 999ms
- AUTHORS - spam update time (one year since the last)
- Update README for x970 memdiff values.
- Update README to match changes to display.
- Remove increasingly irrelevant discarded work from status lines.
- Remove increasingly irrelevant queued and efficiency values from status and
move WU to status line.
- Allow cgminer to start if usb hotplug is enabled but no devices yet exist.
- Do not scan other gpu platforms if one is specified.
- Update README for sync objects on windows.
- Update README about intensity.
- Add information for setting gpu max alloc and sync parameters for windows with
- If the hashmeter is less than the log interval and being updated by the
watchdog, don't update the hashrate.
Version 2.11.3 - March 17, 2013
- Update docs and reorder README to show executive summary near top.
- Update the hashmeter at most 5 times per second.
- Usbutils use its own internal read buffer
- Calculate work utility for devices that support target diffs of greater than
1, and update scrypt code to use it.
- usbutils allow read termination match to be a string
- Set default GPU threads to 1 for scrypt.
- Connect backup stratum pools if the primary pool cannot deliver work.
- Use a new algorithm for choosing a thread concurrency when none or no shader
value is specified for scrypt.
- Do not round up the bufsize to the maximum allocable with scrypt.
- Remove the rounding-up of the scrypt padbuffer which was not effectual and
counter-productive on devices with lots of ram, limiting thread concurrencies
and intensities.
- bufsize is an unsigned integer, make it so for debug.
- Update the hashmeter once per second but only display the extra logs every
- add a dummy ztex to usbutils so cgminer -n lists ztex also
- nDevs required for -n with usb
- USB device list - convert some common error numbers to messages
- USB -n 'known' text only without ---usb-list-all
- USB modify -n and --usb-dump to only show known devices or use new
--usb-list-all option to see all
- Make pool adding while running asynchronous, using the pool test thread
- Only curl easy cleanup a stratum curl if it exists.
- Sacrifice the ram of curl handles in stratum disconnects when we have built
with old libcurl to avoid crashes.
- cgminer -n to include a USB device list
- usbutils allow call of usb_all() from other code
- Convert gbt_lock to a cg_lock.
- Add intermediate variants of cglocks that can be up or downgraded to read or
write locks and use them for stratum work generation.
- Move the stratum and GBT data to be protected under a new cg_lock data_lock.
- Convert the ch_lock to cg_lock.
- Convert the control_lock to a cg_lock.
- Remove unused qd_lock.
- Implement cg_lock write biased rwlocks.
- do usb_initialise() after the started message so we see it
- --usb-dump display brief dump if value = 0
- USB add --usb options to limit USB device selection v0.1
Version 2.11.2 - March 9, 2013
- Whitelist AMD APP SDK 2.8 for diablo kernel.
- Cope with the highest opencl platform not having usable devices.
- Fix memory leak with share submission on GPU work structures as discovered by
- usb_cleanup() without locking.
- Use curl_easy_cleanup to close any open stratum sockets.
- Show pool number in switch message
- Don't start testing any pools with the watchpool thread if any of the test
threads are still active.
- Set sockd to false should curl setup fail on stratum.
- Close any open sockets when reusing a curl handle and reopen the socket
whenever we're retrying stratum.
- Set pool died on failed testing to allow idle flag and time to be set.
- Remove unused pthread_t typedefs from struct pool.
- Perform pool_resus on all pools that are found alive with the test pool
- Use pool_unworkable in select_balanced as well.
- Differentiate pool_unusable from pool_unworkable.
- Keep a connection open on higher priority stratum pools to fail back to them.
- Rename threads according to what pool they're associated with as well.
- Set the wrong bool in pool_active
- Start the stratum thread only if we successfully init and authorise it,
otherwise unset the init flag.
- Make the initialisation of the stratum thread more robust allowing the
watchpool thread safe access to it after the stratum thread is started.
- API no longer ignore send() status
- API make the main socket non-static
Version 2.11.1 - March 7, 2013
- Shorten the time before keepalive probes are sent out and how frequently
they're sent with stratum curls.
- Only set stratum auth once to prevent multiple threads being started.
- Display select return value on select fail in stratum thread.
- Clear the socket of anything in the receive buffer if we're going to retry
- Allow pools to be resuscitated on first startup by the watchpool thread.
- Check all pools simultaneously at startup switching to the first alive one to
speed up startup.
- Clear just the socket buffer when we don't care what is left in a stratum
- Clear the stratum socket whenever we are closing it since the buffer is going
to be reused.
- Do not continue work from a stratum pool where the connection has been
- Reset stratum_notify flag on suspend_stratum as well.
- Close any sockets opened if we fail to initiate stratum but have opened the
- Close any existing stratum socket if we are attempting to restart stratum so
the pool knows the connection has gone.
- Show mechanism of stratum interruption if select times out.
- Make stratum connection interrupted message higher priority to be visible at
normal logging levels.
- Implement client.show_message support for stratum.
- API add 'Network Difficulty' to 'coin'
- Setup BFLSC support
- API use control_lock when switching pools
- Make sure to retry only once with noresume support for stratum.
- Instead of keeping track of when the last work item was generated to keep
stratum connections open, keep them open if any shares have been submitted
awaiting a response.
- usbutils.c copy full size to 'Last Command'
- configure - set USE_USBUTILS when usbutils is required and use it in the code
- Clear last pool work on switching pools if the current pool supports local
work generation or we are in failover only mode.
- make rw locks: mining_thr_lock and devices_lock
- Release MMQ device only once (not 4 times)
- api.c fix MSG overlap
- Hotplug - allow setting interval via --hotplug or API
- curses - fix - put a dev_width inside #ifdef
- usb_cleanup() use correct locking mechanism
- Implement and use usb_cleanup() on shutdown or restart
- miner.php report 'Last Valid Work' as time before request
- API - return Last Valid Work
- api -> drv
- ZTX bug set missing drv_id
Version 2.11.0 - March 2, 2013
- Update kernel file names signifying changes.
- Update a pool's last work time when the work is popped as well as staged.
- API always report failed send() replies
- Update diff stale: total and pools when stratum throws away shares
- Keep stratum connections open for 2 minutes after the last work item was
staged to allow stray shares to be submitted on pool switching.
- Try to extract the sessionid associated with mining.notify on 3rd level array
and submit it along with the userid to support mining resume, failing gracefully
and restarting if the pool rejects it.
- Speed up watchdog interval and therefore display updates to 2 seconds.
- Update copyright dates.
- Cope with misread sessionid on stratum for now.
- Use constants from the array of __constants throughout the diablo kernel.
- Create a __constant array for use within diablo kernel.
- Fix --benchmark generating valid work for cgminer.
- Use the sessionid as passed on stratum connect to attempt to resume a
connection once and then clear it if it fails, to use a new connection.
- Move to storing the nonce1 in the work struct instead of the sessionid for the
now defunct first draft mining.resume protocol.
- Use global constant arrays for all other constants used in scrypt kernel.
- Use global __constants for sha functions in scrypt kernel.
- Use constants for endian swap macros.
- Revise scrypt kernel copyright notice.
- Separate out additions in scrypt kernel.
- Reuse some Vals[] variables that can be assigned to constants earlier in the
poclbm kernel, making for fewer ops.
- Put all constants used in poclbm kernel into __const memory array to speed up
concurrent reads on the wavefront.
- BFL stop 1st init command if no device
- Add a get_queued function for devices to use to retrieve work items from the
queued hashtable.
- Bugfix: Duplicate stratum sessionid when copying work, to avoid double-free
- Bugfix: Missing pool_no parameter to applog for no-stratum-sessionid debug
- Add the choice of hash loop to the device driver, defaulting to hash_sole_work
if none is specified.
- Add comments.
- Add a driver specific flush_work for queued devices that may have work items
already queued to abort working on them on the device and discard them.
- Flush queued work on a restart from the hash database and discard the work
- Create a central point for removal of work items completed by queued device
- Create a fill_queue function that creates hashtables of as many work items as
is required by the device driver till it flags the queue full.
- Create the hash queued work variant for use with devices that are fast enough
to require a queue.
- Update copyright year.
- Fix tv_lastupdate being made into tv_end and update the hashmeter on cycle,
not opt_log_interval.
- Fix tv_lastupdate being made into tv_end and update the hashmeter on cycle,
not opt_log_interval.
- Only continue submitting shares with mining.resume support on stratum when the
session id matches.
- Provide support for mining.resume with stratum, currently re-authorising after
successful resumption pending finalising of the protocol process.
- Provide basic framework for restarting stratum depending on whether resume
support exists or not.
- Abstract out the setting up of the stratum curl socket.
- Free sessionid in clean_work and remove redundant setting of strings to NULL
since the whole work struct is zeroed.
- Only clear stratum shares mandatorily on stratum dropouts when the pool does
not support resume.
- Try resubmitting stratum shares every 5 seconds for up to 2 minutes if the
pool session id exists and matches on failure to submit.
- Do as much outside of mutex locking of sshare_lock as possible.
- Remove last reference to struct work used outside the sshare_lock in
- Unlock the sshare_lock in submit_work_thread when all references to work and
sshare are complete.
- Add timestamps to stratum_share structs as they're generated and copy the
stratum sessionid if it exists to stratum work generated.
- Store session id for stratum if the pool supports it for future mining.resume
- allow partial reads
- debug_cb buffer type warning
- MMQ rewrite the last of the old scanhash loop and drastically reduce CPU
- hash_sole_work can be static
- Make the numbuf larger to accept larger scrypt parameters.
- Keep the unique id of each work item across copy_work to prevent multiple work
items having the same id.
- Abstract out the main hashing loop to allow us to use a separate loop for
devices that are fast enough to require queued work.
- Provide a noop thread_enable function for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a noop thread_shutdown function for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a noop hw_error function for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a noop prepare_work for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a noop thread_init for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a noop can_limit_work for devices that don't support it.
- Provide a noop thread_prepare function for drivers that don't use
- Use blank_get_statline_before for GPU devices that don't support adl
- Provide a noop get_stats function for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a blank get_statline for drivers that don't support it.
- Provide a blank get_statline_before function for drivers that don't have one.
- Fill drivers missing reinit_device with a noop version.
- add 'count' to cumstomsummarypage 'calc'
- hotplug use get_thread() where appropriate
- convert sleep(const) to nmsleep()
- remove empty #ifdef
- call a separate get_devices() with locking, as required
- usbutils - avoid free cgusb twice
- usbutils hotplug v0.1
- Report USB nodev as ZOMBIE on the screen
- Change file modes.
Version 2.10.5 - February 7, 2013
- Fix logic fail on partial writes with stratum send that was leading to corrupt
message submissions.
- Do not consider every call to stratum_resumed a pool recovery unless it was
actually idle.
- Do not enable the pool disable on reject feature unless explicitly enabled
with --disable-rejecting.
- Stratum disconnect shares - count total against stale
- Use sanity checking to prevent a possible overflow with invalid data being
given by the pool for difficulty as reported by luke-Jr.
- Check for calloc failure for completeness in gen_stratum_work.
- Cache the coinbase length to speed up stratum work generation.
- Cache the header length when generating stratum work to avoid calculating it
on every work generation, and to only need one alloc+sprintf, speeding up work
- Use heap ram for coinbase in gen_stratum_work, zeroing it before use.
- Provide a wrapper for aligning lengths of size_t to 4 byte boundaries.
- Fix memory leak on stratum share submission.
- Zero the best share string memory when zeroing stats.
Version 2.10.4 - December 29, 2012
- Change the pool stratum socket buffer to be dynamically allocated to
accomodate any size coinbase and keep receiving data in recv line for up to 60s
if no end of line has been received.
- Differentiate socket full from sock full.
- Allow stratum to startup without notify but check it is valid before creating
stratum work.
- Do not try to generate stratum work unless the notify command has succeeded.
- Reset total diff1 shares when zeroing stats as well to show correct work
Version 2.10.3 - December 26, 2012
- Do not give the share submission failure message on planned stratum
- Parse anything in the stratum socket if it's full without waiting. Empty the
socket even if a connection is not needed in case there are share returns.
- Provide a mechanism to zero all the statistics from the menu.
- Display the current pool diff in the status line.
- Display block diff in status line.
- Generalise the code for solving a block to enable block solve detection with
scrypt mining.
- Generate the output hash for scrypt as well and use the one function to set
- Use the flip80 function in regeneratehash and the correct sized hash array.
- Use one size for scratchbuf as a macro in scrypt.c
- Stage work outside of the stgd lock to prevent attempted recursive locking in
- share_diff needs to be performed on a BE version of the output hash to work,
leading to false best_share values as spotted by luke-Jr.
- Remove the unused sha224 functions.
- Use the flip functions in hashtest.
- Simplify the setting of the nonce data field in work on submitting nonces.
- Scrypt code does not enter the hashtest function.
- Go back to cloning available work under staged lock.
- Updated links to AMD APP SDK
- Updated link to ADL SDK
- scrypt_diff uses a uint64_t as well.
- Correct target for stratum support with scrypt mining.
- libztex: fixed a typo
- libztex: check returnvalue of libusb_claim_interface() and release the
interface in case of early exit
Version 2.10.2 - December 19, 2012
- Stop all work from the current pool if it's a stratum pool once it is
disconnected since it will be invalid upon reconnecting.
- Discard all staged work from stratum pools as well as the shares upon
disconnection since all the work becomes invalid.
- Use correct cbreak after 15 second delay when no pool is found alive.
- MMQ missing firmware -> ERR not DEBUG
- Allow stratum to work with scrypt.
- MMQ ensure delta clock can never exceed limits
- MMQ lowercase new string constants
- MMQ add api pgaset for clock
- API V1.23 - new pgaset command, to be used soon
- Protect the best_share/best_diff values under control lock.
- MMQ style police
- MMQ count work check timeout failures
- MMQ allow partial work replies and count them
- Check a stratum pool hasn't gone dead while being a backup pool and missed
having its idle flag cleared.
- MMQ overheat: remove clockdown (doesn't help) + ensure no lost shares
- API-README grammar
- API-README explain custom page extensions in miner.php
- miner.php add a sample group pool report
- miner.php allow where,group,having on cumstom pages
Version 2.10.1 - December 14, 2012
- Check for EWOULDBLOCK when supported in send and recv as well.
- Use the raw send() command instead of curl_easy_send since curl raw socket
usage introduces random bugs on windows.
- Use raw recv() command in place of curl_easy_recv since the curl
implementation introduces random bugs on windows builds when the recv fails.
- miner.php when displaying a single rig, add prev/next rig buttons if they
exist, next to refresh
- miner.php allow custom page joins for STATS
- API show if pool has GBT (so people know not to use that pool)
- miner.php - include windows easyphp link
- driver-ztex: use the correct size for the swap array
- API stats - display pool byte transfer stats
- Pool store data transfer stats
- README ModMiner dependency
- Benchmark incorrect work size
- ChangeLog refer to NEWS
- MMQ handle over temp differently and hash longer
- driver-ztex: search the complete noncerange based on the actual speed
- README - update ModMiner details
- API-README update
- api use a dynamic io buffer, truncated before it reaches the current ~64k
Version 2.10.0 - December 10, 2012
- Include prctl header for thread renaming to work.
- Set tv_idle time if a pool is not active when input from the menu.
- usb display message when device is in use/another cgminer
- libztex: avoid the use of libusb_error_name()
- minor unlikely zero pointer test
- BeaverCreek doesn't like BFI INT patching.
- Only stratum pools that are idle need to be kicked via cnx_needed.
- mmq - abbreviate the temperature numbers
- Do not do any setup if opt_api_listen is disabled in api.c.
- usbutils.c uninitialised usbstat for non-primary mmqs
- Only set the lagging flag for select_pool() on failed getwork if we're not in
opt_fail_only mode.
- libztex: in case the selectFpga() failed set the selected fpga to unknown
- Modified windows-build.txt to update git instructions.
- libztex: use a function for the twice called firmware reset code
- libztex: removed an unused struct member (ztex->valid)
- driver-ztex: support for broken fpga on a multifpga board
- Set the pool lagging flag on startup to avoid it being shown initially, and
only unset it once the maximum number of staged work items has been reached.
- Avoid recursive locking of the stgd lock.
- Return value of keep_sockalive is no longer used.
- Remove dependency on mstcpip.h for windows build by making curl version >=
7.25.0 mandatory on windows builds, and use curl functions for keepalive
whenever possible instead.
- Make main() the getwork scheduler once everything is set up, so that all app
exits use the kill_work and quit paths.
- ztex: more style and whitespace fixes
- libztex: silenced another warning
- Set successful connect to true on auth stratum to allow summary on exit from
single stratum pool.
- Only consider work stale for stratum of different job_id if it's not a share.
- Increment version preempting changed version signifying different codebase to
- Hash_pop should signal further waiters on its own pthread conditional in case
there are multiple waiters.
- Check the job_id has not changed on stratum work when deciding if the work is
stale as might occur across disconnections.
- Perform pool_resus on getwork pool that generates work in getwork_thread.
- Set pool lagging message for getwork pool that falls to zero staged in getwork
- Stage extra work when the primary pool is a getwork pool without rolltime.
- Do not try to clean up twice if kill message is given.
- Only recalculate total_staged in getwork thread if required.
- Include the correct config header in libztex and include it before other
- Implement a completely new getwork scheduler. Stage all work from the one
thread, making it possible to serialise all requests minimising the number of
getworks requested or local work generated. Use a pthread conditional to wake up
the thread whenever work is removed to generate enough work to stay above the
watermark set by opt_queue. Remove all remnants of the old queueing mechanism,
deleting the now defunct queued count.
- libztex: fixed some warnings and removed some whitespaces
- libztex: silenced some warnings
- Remove all references to the now unused workio_cmd structure.
- Remove the old workio command queue thread, replacing it with a kill
conditional to exit the program.
- Remove getwork command from workio_cmd queues and do them directly from
- Begin tearing down the old workio command queues by removing submit commands
from there and submit them asynchronously via their own threads.
- Update windows build instructions.
- Set pool probed to true on successful authorisation with stratum to avoid it
being pinged later with pool_getswork.
- driver-ztex: libztex_setFreq() must be called before ztex_releaseFpga()
- driver-ztex: changed two pairs of malloc()/memset() to calloc()
- libztex: Read bitstream file in 2kb blocks with simpler and faster code
- Added the binary versions of ztex_ufm1_15d4.ihx and ztex_ufm1_15y1.ihx
- Trivial space removal.
- libztex: Add firmware download support for ZTEX 1.15d and 1.15x
- libztex: Factor out local version of libusb_get_string_descriptor_ascii()
- Shut up some boring old cpu warnings.
- Style changes.
- Allow pool active to be called on stratum or disabled pools in the watchpool
thread if the pool has not been probed.
- libztex: Make log messages say bitstream when refering to bitstreams
- libztex: Don't return error when a bitstream was already configured
- libztex: Read bitstream file in 64kb blocks with simpler and faster code
- libztex: Verify that the mining firmware is not a dummy firmware
- libztex: Match mining firmware ZTEX descriptor against the dummy firmware
- Combine shared padding into one char.
- libztex: Start download sequence only after reading in the new firmware
- libztex: Download mining firmware to all devices with dummy firmware
- lock (most of) the threaded statistics updates
- README stats don't add up
- usbutils.c remove compiler warning
- Make need connection return true if a pool is idle.
- API add Best Share to summary
- Check on creating new GBT work if the structures are up to date and update
them as required rather than regularly.
- Update windows build instructions.
- Enable backup stratum connections for getwork when the primary pool doesn't
have longpoll aka solo mining.
- Check for correct absence of opt_fail_only in cnx_needed.
- Remove unused variable.
- The specification for stratum has been elaborated to say that a changed diff
applies only to new work so do not retarget when submitting shares.
- Use a variable length string array in submit_upstream_work to cope with
massive GBT submissions.
- API lock access to some summary statistics (and copy them)
- Suspend stratum connections to backup pools when there is no requirement to
potentially grab work from them.
- Fix missing export for RenameThread.
- enumerate the mining threadnames
- MMQ avoid possible number overrun crashes
- mmq usb v0.4 + api usb stats
- setting the name of the threads for linux,freebsd,openbsd and osx code is
borrowed from bitcoins util.c, so it is already tested
- Don't show broken WU value with scrypt mining.
- Style police.
- Remove unused getwork times in getswork.
- Fix readme wordwrap.
Version 2.9.6 - December 2, 2012
- Make gen_stratum_work more robust by using a dynamically allocated array for
the header in case bogus data is sent by the pool to avoid overflowing a static
- scrypt_diff now returns a uint64_t
- Support monitoring and reporting much higher diffs for scrypt mining,
truncating irrelevant zeroes from displayed hash.
- Pass ostate values around in scrypt to be able to extract full hashes if
needed later on.
- Since we will be using calloc_str to put a string into it, convert the
function to calloc_strcat which does it automatically.
- Revert "Handle crash exceptions by trying to restart cgminer unless the
--no-restart option is used."
- Count longpoll and GBT decodes as queued work since the count otherwise
remains static.
- Use the string helper functions to create gbt blocks of any length.
- Provide helper functions calloc_str and realloc_strcat to create and extend
arbitrary length arrays based on string length.
Version 2.9.5 - November 25, 2012
- fixes target calc for mips openwrt
- openwrt needs roundl
- Get rid of unused last_work in opencl thread data.
- Do away with the flaky free_work api in the driver code which would often lose
the work data in opencl and simply flush it before exiting the opencl scanhash.
- Use base_work for comparison just for cleanness in __copy_work
- Remove all static work structs, using the make and free functions.
- Add pool no. to stale share detected message.
- Add info about which pool share became stale while resubmitting.
-b Copy the work on opencl_free_work
- Add an extra slot in the max backlog for ztex to minimise dupes.
- Do not use or count the getworks submitted which are simply testing that pools
are still up. This was increasing share leakage and making stats not reflect
real work.
- Track all dynamically allocated memory within the work struct by copying work
structs in a common place, creating freshly allocated heap ram for all arrays
within the copied struct. Clear all work structs from the same place to ensure
memory does not leak from arrays within the struct. Convert the gbt coinbase and
stratum strings within the work struct to heap ram. This will allow arbitrary
lengths without an upper limit for the strings, preventing the overflows that
happen with GBT.
- libztex: Work around ZTEX USB firmware bug exposed by the FreeBSD libusb
- opencl: Use new dev_error function for REASON_DEV_NOSTART
Version 2.9.4 - November 18, 2012
- Provide rudimentary support for the balancing failover strategies with stratum
and GBT by switching pools silently on getwork requests.
- Convert remaining modminer and bfl uses of usleep to nmsleep.
- Convert libztex to nmsleep where possible.
- Convert unreliable usleep calls to nmsleep calls in ztex driver.
- Support workid for block submission on GBT pools that use it.
- Provide rudimentary support for literal ipv6 addresses when parsing stratum
- Work around libcurl cflags not working on hacked up mingw installations on
- Only increase gpu engine speed by a larger step if the temperature is below
hysteresis instead of increasing it to max speed.
- Convert pool not responding and pool alive message on backup pools to verbose
level only since they mean a single failed getwork.
- Update work block on the longpoll work item before calling restart threads to
ensure all work but the longpoll work item gets discarded when we call
discard_stale from restart_threads.
- Do not attempt to remove the stratum share hash after unsuccessful submission
since it may already be removed by clear_stratum_shares.
- Check against a double for current pool diff.
- Support for fractional diffs and the classic just-below-1 share all FFs diff
Version 2.9.3 - November 11, 2012
- Make header larger on gen stratum work to accomodate \0 at the end.
Version 2.9.2 - November 11, 2012
- Use stratum block change from backup pools as an alternative to longpoll for
pools that don't support LP.
- Check share target diff for best_share to be calculated when solo mining.
- Round some more static string arrays to 4 byte boundaries.
- There is no need for the static arrays to be larger than required, so long as
they're 4 byte aligned to appease ARM.
- Store the full stratum url information in rpc_url for correct configuration
file saving.
- Put in a hack to prevent dud work from sneaking into test_work_current being
seen as a new block.
- Reset the work->longpoll flag where it will affect stratum work items as well.
- Check for both coinbase/append and submit/coinbase support before using GBT
- First pass through testing for GBT should not set probed to true since we are
about to probe again.
- Hash1 is only used by the deprecated cpu mining code and never changes so
remove it from the work struct and bypass needing to process the value for all
other mining.
- Get a work item once per minute for all getwork and GBT pools to test they're
still alive and to maintain a current GBT template.
- Get a fresh block template with GBT pools on switching to them.
Version 2.9.1 - November 6, 2012
- Reset work flags to prevent GBT shares from being submitted as stratum ones
after switching.
Version 2.9.0 - November 6, 2012
- Add endian swap defines for where missing.
- Only retarget stratum shares to new pool diff if diff has dropped.
- Remove resetting of probed variable when detecting GBT.
- Count lost stratum share submits and increase message priority to warning.
- Only retrieve a new block template for GBT pools that are the current pool.
- Show which pool untracked share messages have come from.
- Add management for dead GBT pools.
- Count lost shares with stratum as submit stale lost.
- Discard record of stratum shares sent and report lost shares on disconnection
since they will never be reported back.
- Swab, don't just swap the bytes in the GBT target.
- Change status window message for GBT connected pools versus LP.
- Generate a gbt work item from longpoll when required to set new block and
message appropriately.
- Use existing pool submit_old bool from gbt data.
- Retrieve a new block template if more than 30 seconds has elapsed since the
last one to keep the data current and test the pool is still alive.
- Update GBT longpollid every time we request a new longpoll.
- Manage appropriate response codes for share submission with GBT.
- Allow the longpoll thread to start with GBT and only set the longpollid once.
- Correct last few components of GBT block generation courtesy of Luke-jr.
- Use correct length for offsetting extra nonce and remaining data.
- Flip all 80 bytes in the flip function which was wrongly named flip256 for its
- Calculate midstate for gbt work and remove now unused variable.
- Use a standard function for flipping bytes.
- Insert the extra nonce and remaining data in the correct position in the
- Remove txn size debugging and enlarge gbt block string to prevent overflow.
- Remove varint display debugging.
- Build varint correctly for share submission and sleep 5 seconds before
retrying submit.
- Make gbt_coinbase large enough for submissions, swap bytes correctly to make a
header from GBT and encode the number of transactions in share submission.
- Store the fixed size entries as static variables in GBT in binary form,
byteswapping as is required.
- 32 bit hex encoded variables should be in LE with GBT.
- Target and prevblockhash need to be reversed from GBT variables.
- Construct block for submission when using GBT.
- Use same string for debug as for submission and make string larger to cope
with future GBT messages.
- Skip trying to decipher LP url if we have GBT support.
- Store all the transaction hashes in pool->txn_hashes instead of separating
txn0 and correct generation of merkle root, fixing memory overwrites.
- Hook into various places to generate GBT work where appropriate.
- Create extra work fields when generating GBT work.
- Generate header from correct hashing generation of the merkle root for GBT.
- Generate the merkle root for gbt work generation.
- Create a store of the transactions with GBT in the minimum size form required
to generate work items with a varied coinbase.
- Create a function that generates a GBT coinbase from the existing pool
- Extract and store the various variables GBT uses when decoding gbt work.
- Check for invalid json result in work_decode.
- Decode work in separate functions for getwork vs gbt.
- Check for the coinbase/append mutable in GBT support to decide whether to use
it or not.
- Add a gbt mutex within the pool struct for protecting the gbt values.
- Convert work decode function to prepare for decoding block templates.
- Check for GBT support on first probing the pool and convert to using the GBT
request as the rpc request for that pool.
- Make the rpc request used with getwork a pool variable to allow it to be