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2041  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 31, 2011, 01:14:01 AM
tried alot of settings, am about 10-20 mh/s slower than phoenix with phatk kernel, sorry, too slow.

What settings are you using with Phoenix, and what settings did you try with DiabloMiner? Because I've repeatedly proven Phoenix, even with phatk, is damned slow.
2042  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 30, 2011, 01:05:19 AM
Update: Fixed the Windows shits out lots of white space on device name bug, no more 2 line log entries on Windows
2043  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [~1600 Gh/s Mining Pool] SSL, API, instant payouts,LP,+1% for NO INVALID BLOCKS on: May 30, 2011, 12:48:49 AM
tycho, just perma-block any ip's coming from russia or china and be done with it. that will stop a DDOS.
Many of my users are from Russia. And no, that won't stop a DDoS - it's distributed.
There are better ways of protection against DDoS, but it takes some time to set up initially. I'm doing this now.

Or just move to Rapidxen.
2044  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 29, 2011, 01:04:16 PM
Is there any way for this miner to work with intel opencl?

If Intel's implementation follows the specification, it should already work fine.
The miner crashes with Intel opencl, have you tried?

I haven't tried, I don't know anyone who owns brand new Intel CPUs and isn't already mining on Radeons.

This leads me to believe Intel did not follow the specification.

What sort of error?
2045  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Mac miner front-ends to Diablo and RPC on: May 29, 2011, 01:03:17 PM
maybe its just my pool, or my computer getting too hot or something.  only does it once in a while now anyway.

No, if it was getting too hot, it'd give you the "check your hardware" error. DiabloMiner does not blindly pass solutions to the pool.

Rejected shares are natural, they should just never exceed 0.75% give or take.
2046  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: DiabloMiner going nuts?! Finding blocks every minute. on: May 28, 2011, 10:26:23 PM
Now I'm getting this:


Code:
mark@beast:~/Code/BitCoin$ ./diablo.sh
~/Code/BitCoin/DiabloMiner ~/Code/BitCoin
[5/27/11 11:59:14 PM] Started
[5/27/11 11:59:14 PM] Connecting to: http://btcmine.com:8332/
[5/27/11 11:59:15 PM] Added GeForce GTX 470 (#1) (14 CU, local work size of 896)
[5/28/11 12:00:15 AM] Block 1 found on GeForce GTX 470 (#1)
[5/28/11 12:00:21 AM] ERROR: Invalid block found on GeForce GTX 470 (#1), possible driver or hardware issue
[5/28/11 12:00:22 AM] ERROR: Invalid block found on GeForce GTX 470 (#1), possible driver or hardware issue
[5/28/11 12:00:22 AM] Block 2 found on GeForce GTX 470 (#1)
86730/87614 khash/sec^C

And if that's the case about finding "shares" ? Then why wasn't I seeing this before today? Like I said, I'd been running this for a most of this week, and have not seen this until today.

Now I'm suspecting heat issues based on this latest message.... :-/

Download gpuz or something and run it for an hour or something, and monitor the heat, if it' continues to climb you've got a problem. If it goes over 90 something if defs wrong.

Due to poor Nvidia hardware design, going over 75c is really not recommended, especially with XFX and Powercolor boards.
2047  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Mac miner front-ends to Diablo and RPC on: May 28, 2011, 10:23:15 PM
for some reason after a while the Diablo Miner for mac starts making rejected blocks.  Is this because i need to enable long poll support.  If so, how?  (btw, macbook pro 2010 13in, deepbit.net)


DiabloMiner automatically uses LP when available. I'm not aware of any bugs that can cause your described behavior.
2048  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 28, 2011, 10:22:08 PM
Diablo,

First off excellent miner and great work.  Java has far better multi-platform support than python, and the boost libraries that that pycl requires totally suck and are huge.  I hate boost.

Anyhow,  I'm consistently running into a strange issue with my dual 5830 setup using your miner.  After 4-5 hours of mining, one of the cores (random) will just stop.  The miner won't report any errors and the cumulative hashing average will continue to slowly drop.  In fact I get no other errors, can use all the aticonfig tools to manage the cores and simply restarting the miner seems to fix the problem.  The cores are overclocked (temps are ~70C under load) and I poll temps every minute using aticonfig.

Would it be worth adding some code to detect this stall?  Right now I just parse the GPU load output from aticonfig and restart the miners if it drops below a certain threshold.

I'm using the latest drivers and SDK.  I could not get the 2.1 SDK to work for the life of me in my environment, always "No OpenCL devices found" (or something to that effect). 

Also, to anyone else using the 5830: I seem to get best results with: -w 128 -f 1 -v 18


Thanks again!

Stalling cores could very well be a "normal" driver bug. It happens to some OpenCL users (isn't just my miner, but requires multiple GPUs), and I'm not sure why. Although almost every report I've heard I think involved using aticonfig to poll temps, so it might be related.

I used to have code that detected the condition, but I can't stop the threads for that GPU and it can lead to needing to reboot the machine because everything locked up if I try to "solve" it.
2049  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: DiabloMiner going nuts?! Finding blocks every minute. on: May 28, 2011, 04:45:02 AM
local work size of 896

Except more than 256 isn't valid for most Nvidia hardware (although some supports 512), and it should be a multiple of 64 anyhow.
2050  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 28, 2011, 04:42:58 AM
First off let me say thank you to DiabloD3 for putting so much time into this and offering so much help.  What a great service you have provided here!

I first learned of BitCoin about a week ago and I'm hooked and I'm determined to get my miner working.  I've spent hours reading first before posting my question...as any n00b should do.  So here's my question...

I'm getting this error: OpenCL platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing contains no devices

I've searched through the thread and found references to "ATI Stream contains no devices" but nothing like what I've pasted here.  The PC I'm running this on has an ATI Radeon 4670 but that doesn't seem to be the issue.

Any help or further documentation to what I currently have would be immensely appreciated!

You need to make sure fglrx functions correctly, and that you've ran cd /; sudo tar zxvf /path/to/AMD-APP-SDK/icd-registration.tgz and that if you're running through ssh that you've made sure X is running as your user and you exported DISPLAY=:0.

My other usual advice doesn't apply to you because the SDK itself seems to be working fine.
I should have said I'm running Windows 7 I suppose...

Ahh, in that case. If you're trying to use SDK 2.4, you need at least Catalyst 11.1 (preferably whatevers newest, which is 11.5b I think)
2051  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [~1500 Gh/s Mining Pool] SSL, API, instant payouts,LP,+1% for NO INVALID BLOCKS on: May 28, 2011, 03:20:13 AM
Hi

I've been mining in the pool of Deepbit.net for the past week. Today I've collect 10 BTC and auto-payment made a payment to my bitcoin address. I've see from deepbit.net an auto-payment was made(while Bitcoin was not running, only the Guiminer was running).

My question is

Would it somehow later the 10 BTC will deposit to my Bitcoin address(having Bitcoin.exe running)
Or, the 10 BTC will bounce back to my deepbit account
Or, the 10 BTC will be gone?


Thank you for who ever answer my question!

You're confused at how Bitcoin works. A Bitcoin client does not have to be running for someone to pay to an address. Bitcoin would be absolutely useless if it was any other way.
2052  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 28, 2011, 03:18:21 AM
Is there any way for this miner to work with intel opencl?

If Intel's implementation follows the specification, it should already work fine.
2053  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 28, 2011, 02:25:51 AM
First off let me say thank you to DiabloD3 for putting so much time into this and offering so much help.  What a great service you have provided here!

I first learned of BitCoin about a week ago and I'm hooked and I'm determined to get my miner working.  I've spent hours reading first before posting my question...as any n00b should do.  So here's my question...

I'm getting this error: OpenCL platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing contains no devices

I've searched through the thread and found references to "ATI Stream contains no devices" but nothing like what I've pasted here.  The PC I'm running this on has an ATI Radeon 4670 but that doesn't seem to be the issue.

Any help or further documentation to what I currently have would be immensely appreciated!

You need to make sure fglrx functions correctly, and that you've ran cd /; sudo tar zxvf /path/to/AMD-APP-SDK/icd-registration.tgz and that if you're running through ssh that you've made sure X is running as your user and you exported DISPLAY=:0.

My other usual advice doesn't apply to you because the SDK itself seems to be working fine.
2054  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [~1300 Gh/s Mining Pool] SSL, API, instant payouts,LP,+1% for NO INVALID BLOCKS on: May 28, 2011, 12:43:24 AM
I would like to report 2.32 BTC that just went missing when i tried to use instant payout.

That was pretty much everything my rig just earned over the last 24 hours, and just playing around on the website i clicked instant payout the BTC were removed from my BTC account, and the transaction shows up on my payments sheet, but the transaction it links to on block explorer says there is no such transaction.

I consider this pretty shitty and will leave deepbit if this isn't resolved...

Is that the worst you can threaten? That you'll leave? Its a 1.3ghash pool. Who cares if you leave.

Most likely the TX to pay you did not make it into a block, the Bitcoin daemon behind the pool will automatically retry the TX sometime after 24 hours.
2055  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 27, 2011, 10:58:00 PM
Newb here.

When I run the windows.exe, I get a command line box with some text but it closes so quickly I cannot really read or type anything.

What am I doing wrong?


Its a command line program, you need to run it from inside cmd.exe
2056  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Mac miner front-ends to Diablo and RPC on: May 27, 2011, 08:37:39 PM
Those of you experiencing problems with mining using your GPUs: why not consider a CPU miner?

Because the watts used by CPU mining exceeds that of the value of BTC produced by CPU mining. Also, the fastest mining CPU that isn't enterprise hardware is that $1000 i7 six core.... it does 25 mhash max. A 5850 outside of OSX does 285 at stock speeds. They both use, at maximum, similar watts (130 watt part vs 150).
2057  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 27, 2011, 09:02:49 AM
Update: Found the bug with mtrlt's changes, we're back to that 0.50% improvement and both adds moved to java.
2058  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 27, 2011, 03:02:25 AM
I am not exactly sure what version I had before, but I installed it on May 17. With that version I got about 33000 khash/s. However, the new one is struggling to get 29000 khash/s. Using AMD 6750M and going back to old version for now.

If you're using -v 2, try -v 3. If you're using -v 3, try -v 2.
2059  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Official DiabloMiner GPU Miner Thread (now with Long Poll and BFI_INT support) on: May 27, 2011, 02:33:26 AM
Update: Partially revert previous change, it doesn't work entirely right with vectors. Still moves 1 add to Java, though.
2060  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: HD5850 @ 340Mhash/s on: May 26, 2011, 09:43:02 PM
Im getting 391 Mhash/s on my Sapphire 5850 Xtreme.

@ 1.3v 24/7, 1045 core, 280 memory. Running @ 45C under load with watercooling.

using -v -w128 -f 25

Im using the latest guiminer, in Windows Vista x64. I do notice an improvement in speed with the phoenix and phatk miners, but Im a noobie when it comes to scripts, so guiminer is convenient. An overclocking noobie I am not, however Smiley

Seriously, we're doing a dick size thing? I'm doing 368 mhash @ 918/305 on 1.088v, and its below 75c. And I haven't even modded the bios yet.
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