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1  Bitcoin / Mining support / Help me with a simple Linux script on: August 02, 2011, 07:53:30 PM
Here's what I'm trying to do, I am trying to extract the temperature from every card and send them to my web server as a GET request so I can update a database on my web server.

What I have so far:

export DISPLAY=:0;aticonfig --adapter=all --odgt | grep -o '...\...' | sed -e 's/^[ \t]*//'

This gives me:


How do I chop this with shell scripting and send it as part of a GET request as such:


Thanks Gurus!
2  Bitcoin / Mining support / Linux + Phoenix = 1 GPU stuck in "medium / level 2" profile on: July 25, 2011, 03:54:37 AM
Whenever I use aticonfig to set clocks (aticonfig allows me to set clocks beyond BIOS limits), one of my cards is always stuck in a lower power state profile for some reason.

For example, if I have a bunch of 5970s, I can set all the GPU clocks to 800,300. I fire up an instance  of phoenix on each GPU and it will report 350~360 mhash per GPU except for 1 GPU which will be hovering between 240 and 360 because its clocks keep dropping down to 500mhz. I know this isn't a temperature issue because all the cards are at the same temps.

The most obvious sign that this is a profile problem is probably the fact that this can be rectified by setting all the profiles to the same clock values in AMDOverdriveCtrl. But for reasons discussed in the first paragraph I prefer to use aticonfig. Does anyone have any idea what I can do?

Many thanks in advance.
3  Bitcoin / Mining support / 1x riser causes desktop to be laggy [1 BTC reward for solution] on: July 09, 2011, 12:43:48 PM
This is happening to me on both Ubuntu and Windows.

I have a few mining rigs but use extenders only on one of them. When I have a card connected to the 1x slot via extenders, it makes the desktop very laggy, takes ages to drag a window (even if I'm not mining), or for a menu to pop and so on. Any idea what's going on?
4  Other / Beginners & Help / Running 4x 5830, problem with occasional crashes on main GPU on: June 19, 2011, 02:33:04 AM
I'm running 4x 5830 @ 950/300 but having a small problem with occasional crashes on the main GPU. Basically the graphics card driver crashes and reloads itself (it does this fine) but mining on that particular GPU will stop and not resume correctly.

Why does it crash? Is it because idle clock for memory is too low and windows does require the main GPU's memory to be "un-idle" sometimes?

Is there anyway to automatically recover from the crashed driver?

Thank you!
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