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June 08, 2011, 07:22:29 AM
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I left my pc open this night for mining, but I woke up because the fan was too loud. The pc was frozen, I could not even move the mouse.
I monitored my temps in the day and they were always under 76C.

Sorry for my english ._.
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June 08, 2011, 07:31:13 AM
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That is not good...

is everything ok, did you restart it ?

does it smell like burnt plastic ?

where you able to ctrl+alt+f1 to get to tty1 ?

What Specs? Software ? Ubuntu 10.04, 10.10, or 11.04

have you thought of adding external cooling, just incase.

Sooo many questions, soooo little information...

uncool story bro ...
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June 08, 2011, 07:31:21 AM
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I left my pc open this night for mining, but I woke up because the fan was too loud. The pc was frozen, I could not even move the mouse.

When mining aggressively you take away cycles from X input handling, like rendering cursor position changes even if at a lock or empty screen.

I've seen Ubuntu completely lock up when an optical mouse is not seated well, and is continuously sending small jitter to X server. This fills up input buffers/handling and leads to X 100% CPU and then kernel panic. System will have to be power cycled.

Try disconnecting mouse when you go to sleep.
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June 08, 2011, 07:36:16 AM
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That is not good...

is everything ok, did you restart it ?

does it smell like burnt plastic ?

where you able to ctrl+alt+f1 to get to tty1 ?

What Specs? Software ? Ubuntu 10.04, 10.10, or 11.04

have you thought of adding external cooling, just incase.

Sooo many questions, soooo little information...

uncool story bro ...
I restarted it, everything is fine, I'm even mining now without any problems.
It doesn't smell like nothing.
I didn't tried.
Ati 5830, python phoenix.py -u http:/name:pass@mining.bitcoin.cz:8332/ -k poclbm DEVICE=1 VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=7 WORKSIZE=128, Ubuntu 10.10.
No, but now yes. Tongue

I left my pc open this night for mining, but I woke up because the fan was too loud. The pc was frozen, I could not even move the mouse.

When mining aggressively you take away cycles from X input handling, like rendering cursor position changes even if at a lock or empty screen.

I've seen Ubuntu completely lock up when an optical mouse is not seated well, and is continuously sending small jitter to X server. This fills up input buffers/handling and leads to X 100% CPU and then kernel panic. System will have to be power cycled.

Try disconnecting mouse when you go to sleep.
I mine with aggrssion=7. Could be this the problem, so?

Sorry for my english ._.
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June 08, 2011, 07:55:13 AM
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When mining aggressively you take away cycles from X input handling, like rendering cursor position changes even if at a lock or empty screen....

Try disconnecting mouse when you go to sleep.
I mine with aggrssion=7. Could be this the problem, so?

I've had it happen at aggr=7 and it happens most quickly at aggr=11 or higher.

You're using an optical mouse, aren't you?
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June 08, 2011, 07:59:31 AM
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When mining aggressively you take away cycles from X input handling, like rendering cursor position changes even if at a lock or empty screen....

Try disconnecting mouse when you go to sleep.
I mine with aggrssion=7. Could be this the problem, so?

I've had it happen at aggr=7 and it happens most quickly at aggr=11 or higher.

You're using an optical mouse, aren't you?

Yes.

Sorry for my english ._.
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