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XMRigCC is a high performance, open source, cross platform RandomX, GhostRider, KawPow, CryptoNight unified CPU/GPU miner. Official binaries are available for Windows, Linux, freebsd, macOS and Android.

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About [CC]

XMRigCC is a XMRig fork which adds remote control and monitoring functions to XMRigCC miners. It lets you control your miners via a Dashboard or the REST api. XMRigCC has a "Command and Control" (CC) server part, a daemon to keep the XMRigCC miner alive and modifications to send the current status to the CC Server. The modified version can handle commands like "update config", "start/stop mining" or "restart/shutdown/reboot" which can be send from the CC-Server Dashboard. Assign config templates to multiple miners with a single click and let them switch configs without connecting to each of them. Watch your miners logs with the simple remote Log viewer and monitor you miners. When the hashrate drops or one of your miners went offline you can get a notification via PushOver or Telegram automatically so that you dont need to watch your miners all day.

Full Windows/Linux/OSx/Android compatible, and you can mix all on a single XMRigCC-Server.

Latest integrated algos in XMRigCC:

List of all supported algos can be found here

  • Equilibria (XEQ) RX variant (Algo: "rx/xeq")
  • Tuske RX variant (Algo: "rx/tuske")
  • VKAX Ghostrider variant Mike (Algo: "mike")
  • XDagger RX variant (Algo: "rx/xdag")
  • Conceal (CCX), RYO, ... CN variant (Algo: "cn/gpu")
  • Ghostrider (Raptoreum) (Algo: "gr")
  • KawPow (Ravencoin) (Algo: "kawpow")
  • Graft RX variant (Algo: "rx/graft")
  • Yadacoin RX variant (Algo: "rx/yada")

XMRigCC features:

  • Better performance on ARMv8 CPUs
  • Full SSL/TLS support
  • NUMA support
  • Command and control server
  • CC Dashboard with:
    • statistics of all connected miners with graphs (CPU+GPU)
    • remote control miners (start/stop/restart/shutdown/execute)
    • remote configure miners
    • remote miner upgrade Howto
    • simple config editor for miner / config templates / apply to all
    • monitoring
    • remote logging
    • configurable alarm notifications via Pushover and Telegram
  • Daemon to restart the miner

Mining backends

  • CPU (x86/x64/ARMv7/ARMv8)
  • OpenCL for AMD GPUs.
  • CUDA for NVIDIA GPUs use:

XMRigCC Server/Dashboard

XMRigCC Miner

Table of contents



Basic example XMRigCCServer

xmrigServer --port=3344 --user=admin --pass=pass --token=SECRET_TOKEN_TO_ACCESS_CC_SERVER

Options XMRigCCServer

  -b, --bind arg                The CC Server bind ip (default:
  -p, --port N                  The CC Server port
  -U, --user arg                The CC Server admin user
  -P, --pass arg                The CC Server admin pass
  -T, --token arg               The CC Server access token for the CC Client
  -t, --tls                     Enable SSL/TLS support
  -K, --key-file FILE           The private key file to use when TLS is ON
                                (default: server.key)
  -C, --cert-file FILE          The cert file to use when TLS is ON (default:
  -B, --background              Run the Server in the background
  -S, --syslog                  Log to the syslog
      --no-colors               Disable colored output
      --pushover-user-key arg   The user key for pushover notifications
      --pushover-api-token arg  The api token/keytoken of the application for
                                pushover notification
      --telegram-bot-token arg  The bot token for telegram notifications
      --telegram-chat-id arg    The chat-id for telegram notifications
                                Push notification for offline miners and
                                recovery (default: true)
                                Push notification when miner reports 0
                                hashrate and recovers (default: true)
                                Push every hour a status notification
                                (default: true)
      --custom-dashboard FILE   The custom dashboard to use (default:
      --client-config-folder FOLDER
                                The CC Server access token for the CC Client
      --log-file FILE           The log file to write
      --client-log-lines-history N
                                Maximum lines of log history kept per miner
                                (default: 1000)
  -c, --config FILE             The JSON-format configuration file to use
  -h, --help                    Print this help

Basic example xmrigDaemon

xmrigDaemon -o -u YOUR_WALLET -p x -k --cc-url=IP_OF_CC_SERVER:PORT --cc-access-token=SECRET_TOKEN_TO_ACCESS_CC_SERVER --cc-worker-id=OPTIONAL_WORKER_NAME

Options xmrigDaemon

  -o, --url=URL                 URL of mining server
  -a, --algo=ALGO               mining algorithm (
      --coin=COIN               specify coin instead of algorithm
  -u, --user=USERNAME           username for mining server
  -p, --pass=PASSWORD           password for mining server
  -O, --userpass=U:P            username:password pair for mining server
  -x, --proxy=HOST:PORT         connect through a SOCKS5 proxy
  -k, --keepalive               send keepalived packet for prevent timeout (needs pool support)
      --nicehash                enable support
      --rig-id=ID               rig identifier for pool-side statistics (needs pool support)
      --tls                     enable SSL/TLS support (needs pool support)
      --tls-fingerprint=HEX     pool TLS certificate fingerprint for strict certificate pinning
      --dns-ipv6                prefer IPv6 records from DNS responses
      --dns-ttl=N               N seconds (default: 30) TTL for internal DNS cache
      --daemon                  use daemon RPC instead of pool for solo mining
      --daemon-poll-interval=N  daemon poll interval in milliseconds (default: 1000)
      --self-select=URL         self-select block templates from URL
      --submit-to-origin        also submit solution back to self-select URL
  -r, --retries=N               number of times to retry before switch to backup server (default: 5)
  -R, --retry-pause=N           time to pause between retries (default: 5)
      --user-agent              set custom user-agent string for pool
      --donate-level=N          donate level, can be reduced to 1% [1 minute in 100] (minimum) (default: 3%)

CPU backend:
      --no-cpu                  disable CPU mining backend
  -t, --threads=N               number of CPU threads, proper CPU affinity required for some optimizations.
      --cpu-affinity=N          set process affinity to CPU core(s), mask 0x3 for cores 0 and 1
  -v, --av=N                    algorithm variation, 0 auto select
      --cpu-priority=N          set process priority (0 idle, 2 normal to 5 highest)
      --cpu-max-cpu-usage=N     set maximum CPU usage (in percentage) on all used threads
      --cpu-max-threads-hint=N  maximum CPU threads count (in percentage) hint for autoconfig
      --cpu-memory-pool=N       number of 2 MB pages for persistent memory pool, -1 (auto), 0 (disable)
      --cpu-no-yield            prefer maximum hashrate rather than system response/stability
      --cpu-force-autoconfig    force cpu autoconfig, but keeps disabled algos
      --no-huge-pages           disable huge pages support
      --hugepage-size=N         custom hugepage size in kB
      --huge-pages-jit          enable huge pages support for RandomX JIT code
      --asm=ASM                 ASM optimizations, possible values: auto, none, intel, ryzen, bulldozer
      --argon2-impl=IMPL        argon2 implementation: x86_64, SSE2, SSSE3, XOP, AVX2, AVX-512F
      --randomx-init=N          threads count to initialize RandomX dataset
      --randomx-no-numa         disable NUMA support for RandomX
      --randomx-mode=MODE       RandomX mode: auto, fast, light
      --randomx-1gb-pages       use 1GB hugepages for RandomX dataset (Linux only)
      --randomx-wrmsr=N         write custom value(s) to MSR registers or disable MSR mod (-1)
      --randomx-no-rdmsr        disable reverting initial MSR values on exit
      --randomx-cache-qos       enable Cache QoS
OpenCL backend:
      --opencl                  enable OpenCL mining backend
      --opencl-devices=N        comma separated list of OpenCL devices to use
      --opencl-platform=N       OpenCL platform index or name
      --opencl-loader=PATH      path to OpenCL-ICD-Loader (OpenCL.dll or
      --opencl-no-cache         disable OpenCL cache
      --print-platforms         print available OpenCL platforms and exit

CUDA backend:
      --cuda                    enable CUDA mining backend
      --cuda-loader=PATH        path to CUDA plugin (xmrig-cuda.dll or
      --cuda-devices=N          comma separated list of CUDA devices to use
      --cuda-bfactor-hint=N     bfactor hint for autoconfig (0-12)
      --cuda-bsleep-hint=N      bsleep hint for autoconfig
      --no-nvml                 disable NVML (NVIDIA Management Library) support

      --api-worker-id=ID        custom worker-id for API
      --api-id=ID               custom instance ID for API
      --http-host=HOST          bind host for HTTP API (default:
      --http-port=N             bind port for HTTP API
      --http-access-token=T     access token for HTTP API
      --http-no-restricted      enable full remote access to HTTP API (only if access token set)

      --tls-gen=HOSTNAME        generate TLS certificate for specific hostname
      --tls-cert=FILE           load TLS certificate chain from a file in the PEM format
      --tls-cert-key=FILE       load TLS certificate private key from a file in the PEM format
      --tls-dhparam=FILE        load DH parameters for DHE ciphers from a file in the PEM format
      --tls-protocols=N         enable specified TLS protocols, example: "TLSv1 TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2 TLSv1.3"
      --tls-ciphers=S           set list of available ciphers (TLSv1.2 and below)
      --tls-ciphersuites=S      set list of available TLSv1.3 ciphersuites

CC feature:
      --cc-disabled                 disable CC Client feature
      --cc-url=URL                  url of the CC Server
      --cc-access-token=T           access token for CC Server
      --cc-worker-id=ID             custom worker-id for CC Server
      --cc-update-interval-s=N      status update interval in seconds (default: 10 min: 1)
      --cc-retries-to-failover=N    retries before we failover to alternate CC Server (default: 5 min: 1)
      --cc-use-tls                  enable tls encryption for CC communication
      --cc-use-remote-logging       enable remote logging on CC Server
      --cc-upload-config-on-start   upload current miner config to CC Server on startup
      --cc-reboot-cmd=CMD           command/bat to execute to Reboot miner machine

  -S, --syslog                  use system log for output messages
  -l, --log-file=FILE           log all output to a file
      --print-time=N            print hashrate report every N seconds
      --health-print-time=N     print health report every N seconds
      --no-color                disable colored output
      --verbose                 verbose output

  -c, --config=FILE             load a JSON-format configuration file
  -B, --background              run the miner in the background
  -V, --version                 output version information and exit
  -h, --help                    display this help and exit
      --dry-run                 test configuration and exit
      --export-topology         export hwloc topology to a XML file and exit
      --pause-on-battery        pause mine on battery power
      --pause-on-active=N       pause mine when the user is active (resume after N seconds of last activity)
      --no-dmi                  disable DMI/SMBIOS reader

Common Issues


  • XMRigMiner is just the worker, it is not designed to work standalone. Please start XMRigDaemon instead.

Windows only: DLL error on starting

  • Make sure that you installed latest Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015. Can be downloaded here:

Linux only: Background mode

  • The --background option will only work properly for the XMRigServer. But there is a simple workaround for the XMRigDaemon process. Just append an & to the command and it will run smoothly in the background.

    ./xmrigDaemon --config=my_config_cc.json & or you just use screen

HUGE PAGES unavailable (Windows)

  • Run XMRigDaemon as Administrator.
  • On Windows it automatically enables SeLockMemoryPrivilege for current user, but reboot or sign out still required. Manual instruction.

HUGE PAGES unavailable (Linux)

  • Before starting XMRigDaemon set huge pages

    sudo sysctl -w vm.nr_hugepages=128


  • Minimum 1% (1 minutes in 100 minutes) can be set via config or command line option --donate-level.
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