STH Aeon Mining Pool Beta Access

pgh5278

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The pool access will only be to STH members. We also have pre-built docker containers that go directly to the pool so all you need is a wallet address and then add how much CPU you want to use and you can be off and running mining Aeon. .
Hello Patrick, I will be delighted to join this aeon pool. will have machine ready saturday OZ time.
Thanks Peter
 

Marsh

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I just move 4 nodes of dual e5-2660 v1 to STH pool.

dual E5-2660 v1 , running 2 x docker xmrig sth process

speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1400.8 1403.8 1402.7 H/s max: 1421.6 H
speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1398.7 1399.0 1399.2 H/s max: 1423.8 H

Could someone ( may be Klee ) verify my speed is normal?
 

Marsh

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Thanks for the link
Open compute server E5-2660 v1 x4 = 5590 H/s or 1397 H/s per CPU
My setup H/s looks OK
 

Klee

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The ability to target NUMA nodes via Docker makes a real difference when mining Aeon. Compare this screenshot:

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which was taken when I was running xmrig on bare metal with 20 threads per compute node to this one:

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which was taken running two Docker instances per compute node, each with 10 threads. To jump from 2650H/s per compute node to 3020H/s is pretty darn impressive. Across the mining cluster, this translates to a free 8.8kH/s, which is just awesome.

Once configured correctly in docker I get the same as bare metal mining in xmrig IF you have the bare metal version configured correctly also.

~3085 H/s for two E5-2660 v1's

In bare metal the "max-cpu-usage": 75, setting in the config.json file needs to be changed to 100 for maximum performance for mining.

Also I found that if I run 1 core less than the "ideal" number per cpu I get about %10 better performance.
 
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Klee

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I just move 4 nodes of dual e5-2660 v1 to STH pool.

dual E5-2660 v1 , running 2 x docker xmrig sth process

speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1400.8 1403.8 1402.7 H/s max: 1421.6 H
speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1398.7 1399.0 1399.2 H/s max: 1423.8 H

Could someone ( may be Klee ) verify my speed is normal?
My Dual 2660 v1's running 9 cores per docker process.

[2017-10-20 03:00:34] speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1547.1 n/a n/a H/s max: 1546.6 H/s
2017-10-20 03:00:54] speed 2.5s/60s/15m 1535.9 n/a n/a H/s max: 1536.4 H/s