XLArig v5.2.1: Mining Setup Guide for Scala XLA

XLArig v5.0.1: miner Scala (XLA)

XLArig – Scala high-performance miner processor (XLA) with official Windows support. Branched from XMRig for Monero and other cryptocurrency currencies. This is the seventh release of XLArig.

GitHub: https://github.com/scala-network/XLArig/releases

Here’s the changes since the last update :

  • Upstream to XMRig v6.7.0
  • Added compatibility to Apple M1 CPUs (Not tested yet)
  • Fixed ARM compilation errors
  • Fixed algo detection (and some other bugs) from command line

The fifth edition of XLArig with many fixes and improvements.

This release includes:

  • Upstream to XMRig v5.4.0
  • Several DefyX optimizations

A Mining Setup Guide for Scala XLA

A Mining Setup Guide for Scala XLA

Scala developed a custom CPU and ARM-friendly algorithm called Panthera which comes into action when you mine on your PC or mobile device.

In this article, we want to give you a little guidance on how to set up your CPU miner.

1. Download Scala XLA Wallet

Remote nodes: If you don’t want to download the node list on your computer, you have the possibility to use remote nodes.

  • Official: mine.scalaproject.io:8000
  • ScalaNode: scalanode.com:20189
  • XLANode: XLAnode.com:20189
  • EthosPool: scala.ethospool.org:11812
  • GTNL: daemon.pool.gntl.co.uk:11812
  • Teredic (Team Member):

2. Download XLARig Miner

3. Running the mining software

To start the miner simply run the following command :

  • Windows
xlarig.exe -o mine.scalaproject.io:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p x --algo panthera

You can copy/paste this command in a batch file located in the same folder as xlarig.exe. Just create a new text file, paste the command and save it as .bat instead of .txt.

To improve your hashrate, you can enable Huge Pages. To do so, you have to run the batch file with Administration rights. For some reason, Windows may try to run the .exe in C:/windows/system32, so you have to add “@setlocal enableextensions @cd /d “%~dp0” to the batch file and restart your computer.

  • The batch file should look like this:
@setlocal enableextensions
@cd /d “%~dp0
xlarig.exe -o mine.scalaproject.io:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p x — algo panthera
  • Linux
./xlarig -o mine.scalaproject.io:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p x --algo panthera
  • MacOS
./xlarig -o mine.scalaproject.io:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p x --algo panthera

We recommend using a mining pool for mining since the results will be more steady than with solo mining. The official mining pool is pool.scalaproject.io.

To get more information about what port to use, you can head to https://pool.scalaproject.io/#getting_started

Need help?

If you need help with setting up your miner, we will be glad to give you a hand on our Discord. And if you wonder what the best hardware for mining Scala is, feel free to check out our Hashrate Chart.

Command line options

  -o, --url=URL                 URL of mining server
  -a, --algo=ALGO               mining algorithm https://xmrig.com/docs/algorithms
      --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
  -k, --keepalive               send keepalive packet for prevent timeout (needs pool support)
      --nicehash                enable nicehash.com 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
      --daemon                  use daemon RPC instead of pool for solo mining
      --daemon-poll-interval=N  daemon poll interval in milliseconds (default: 1000)
  -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, default 5%% (5 minutes in 100 minutes)
      --donate-over-proxy=N     control donate over xmrig-proxy feature

CPU backend:
      --no-cpu                  disable CPU mining backend
  -t, --threads=N               number of CPU threads
  -v, --av=N                    algorithm variation, 0 auto select
      --cpu-affinity            set process affinity to CPU core(s), mask 0x3 for cores 0 and 1
      --cpu-priority            set process priority (0 idle, 2 normal to 5 highest)
      --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
      --no-huge-pages           disable huge pages support
      --asm=ASM                 ASM optimizations, possible values: auto, none, intel, ryzen, bulldozer
      --randomx-init=N          thread 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 dataset (Linux only)
      --randomx-wrmsr=N         write custom value (0-15) to Intel MSR register 0x1a4 or disable MSR mod (-1)
      --randomx-no-rdmsr        disable reverting initial MSR values on exit

      --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)

  -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

  -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

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