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June 18, 2011, 04:25:39 PM
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Hello...
I'm getting allot of this
"warning : job finished, miner is idle"

17/07/2006 17:00:54, 54c83af8, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:01, b7ec6da6, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:06, b65df1e6, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:37, 35a239d3, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:42, 8c0b1406, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:46, 87640651, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:01:49, e5825064, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:02:08, 18e23db0, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:02:09, warning: job finished, miner is idle   
17/07/2006 17:02:16, 51c7f2f8, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:02:34, warning: job finished, miner is idle   
17/07/2006 17:02:39, long poll: new block 0000086772ff134c 
17/07/2006 17:02:52, a1dbd379, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:02:53, warning: job finished, miner is idle   
17/07/2006 17:03:09, cc3073a5, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:03:16, d84565e9, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:03:25, 247dca55, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:03:52, 32f4d1b2, accepted                     
17/07/2006 17:04:05, b4821fdc, accepted                     
18/06/2011 19:21:34, 021d75d0, accepted                     
18/06/2011 19:22:04, 06748be7, accepted                     
18/06/2011 19:22:09, 747de987, accepted                     
18/06/2011 19:22:17, 9a6cdb09, accepted   


IS it ok?

Mine only when pc is IDLE totally indivisible...
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9851.0
Mine on family computer without disturbing them

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June 20, 2011, 11:03:55 AM
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aggression too high?

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Maybe aggression, maybe the pool server.
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