HI I'm a Crypto curency Miner, I use mostly Nvidia RTX 2XXX & 3XXX, since a week Rig can't start working anymore I get following error:

HI I’m sorry to trouble you I’m trying since a week to restart one of my Rig, actually he has 8 GPUs RTX 3070 OC 8GB, and system is LINUX.
When I start RIG first everything goes fine, for 1-2 minutes till I’m getting this error:"Unable to enum CUDA GPUs: no CUDA-capable device is detected
OpenCL driver version: 20.40.1147287
No availaible GPUs for mining. Please check your drivers and/or hardware

Phoenix exited (exitcode=8, waiting to cooldown a bit
Skipping miner log rotation due to execution time < 30sec

Config “/hive-config/rig.conf” exists but during boot connection to Hive server failed
Either the server or your network is temporary down
Run hello to try again. Or run firstrun -f to enter new iD and password.

Trying to say hello again…

sending Hello
{“method”:“hello”. “jsonrpc”:“2.0”, “id”:0, “params”:{ “rig_id”: “1493723”, “passwd”: “***************”, “server_url”: "http://api.hiveos.farm, “uid”:…

Any suggestions?

[Note: It’s unlikely that people will study posted images, when text would have sufficed. I did not look at the images]

It is difficult to diagnose such issues remotely over the internet. It is like calling a car mechanic who has never seen your vehicle to diagnose car trouble over the phone.

Check you system log(s). If you see messages similar to this

NVRM: Xid (PCI:0000:03:00): 79, GPU has fallen off the bus.)

your system is likely supplying insufficient power to the GPUs. You likely need 2700W power supply or more. Other potential (but much rarer) causes for GPUs falling of the bus is the use of PCIe riser cards, or having ASPM turned on in the system BIOS.

Also, monitor GPU temperature with nvidia-smi to check whether they are overheating triggering thermal shutdown.

As an experiment, try running with four GPUs by pulling out every second GPU.

Your issue may also be specific to Hive-OS or Phoenix; ask in a forum for cryptominers about it.