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July 15, 2014, 01:50:35 AM
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If you followed the setup and provided an address I assume you'd see it in you wallet "if"  you complete a block.

If you decide to mine for the bitcoin after your experiment join a pool. You might be able to get .01 a week with 180Ghs. If you want to try solo mining try something like julecoin. Probably the same setup for straight bitcoining(meaning you have to sell them into bitcoin) and a whole lot  less difficulty[and I'm not mining it   Tongue ].

No idea what a julecoin is first time I heard of it. Huh
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Running on 4.4.1 now, but log window shows only Block height change .

 cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 21:58:26]
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 (5s):63.76G (1m):63.28G (5m):64.35G (15m):57.49G (avg):64.61Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:168  WU:902.8/m
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 3e7d6a83...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [22:31:02]  Best share: 94.9K
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SB management [P]ool management ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: LIN 0       : 270MHz  46C             | 34.23G / 32.44Gh/s WU:453.2/m
 1: LIN 1       : 270MHz  44C             | 29.14G / 32.40Gh/s WU:452.7/m
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 [2014-07-14 22:06:51] Block height change to 310774 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:08:38] Block height change to 310775 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:13:17] Block height change to 310776 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:31:02] Block height change to 310777 detected on pool 0
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July 15, 2014, 04:02:25 AM
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Running on 4.4.1 now, but log window shows only Block height change .

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cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 21:58:26]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):63.76G (1m):63.28G (5m):64.35G (15m):57.49G (avg):64.61Gh/s
 A:0  R:0  HW:168  WU:902.8/m
 Connected to localhost diff 17.3G without LP as user jgg
 Block: 3e7d6a83...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [22:31:02]  Best share: 94.9K
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 0: LIN 0       : 270MHz  46C             | 34.23G / 32.44Gh/s WU:453.2/m
 1: LIN 1       : 270MHz  44C             | 29.14G / 32.40Gh/s WU:452.7/m
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 22:06:51] Block height change to 310774 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:08:38] Block height change to 310775 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:13:17] Block height change to 310776 detected on pool 0
 [2014-07-14 22:31:02] Block height change to 310777 detected on pool 0
Yes that looks correct for solo mining. You are successfully mining at ~64GH worth of valid work and that is the only message you'll get unless you find a block.

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July 15, 2014, 12:18:17 PM
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And again...
I have no clue what's happening...

Code:
[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

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July 15, 2014, 12:24:10 PM
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Thank you for your help and patient.

Is port 8333 used for something specific on Bitcoin?

Asking because Inbound traffic from the Russian Federation to my computer using that port, I am blocking because not sure what the intention is.
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July 15, 2014, 12:35:25 PM
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Is port 8333 used for something specific on Bitcoin?

That's the port your Bitcon-QT connects to the network with and downloads the blockchain on.  If you block it your client won't work.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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July 15, 2014, 01:18:51 PM
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And again...
I have no clue what's happening...

Code:
[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

What version are you using [and is it a ckolivias version]

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And again...
I have no clue what's happening...

Code:
[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

What version are you using [and is it a ckolivias version]

Yes it is.
Version 4.4.1:

Hi ckolivas!

Look, I'm running cgminer 4.4.1 and I'm getting "Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766" a lot, lately.
After this, my screen session renders unusable and I have to create a new one.
This last part isn't important, but as for the error, I can't get cgminer to function for more than about few hours:

Code:
cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 06:23:56]                                                                   
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 (5s):21.29G (1m):20.92G (5m):21.39G (15m):21.47G (avg):19.14Gh/s                                               
 A:32250  R:0  HW:7790  WU:228.0/m | ST: 49  SS: 0  NB: 10  LW: 75545  GF: 1  RF: 0                       
 Connected to ---------- diff 14 with stratum as user                                                                     
 Block: 256e69bd...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [08:40:21]  Best share: 31.9K                                               
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit                                           
  0: BAJ FTWS9K4J: max 41C 0.99V           | 4.672G / 4.651Gh/s WU:64.8/m A:9033 R:0 HW:   3             
  1: BXM 0       :                         | 2.529G / 2.512Gh/s WU:35.4/m A:4935 R:0 HW:   0                       
  2: AMU 0       :                         | 36.31M / 280.2Mh/s WU: 3.3/m A: 579 R:0 HW:7516                     
  5: ANU 2       :                         | 1.984G / 1.990Gh/s WU:28.1/m A:3728 R:0 HW:  24                     
  6: ANU 3       :                         | 1.989G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.9/m A:4357 R:0 HW:  24                     
  7: ANU 4       :                         | 1.992G / 1.991Gh/s WU:27.4/m A:3736 R:0 HW:  19                     
  8: ANU 5       :                         | 1.990G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.3/m A:3856 R:0 HW:  22                     
 13: ANU 10      :                         | 1.624G / 1.916Gh/s WU:24.4/m A:1183 R:0 HW: 131                   
 21: ANU 18      :                         | 1.637G / 1.796Gh/s WU: 5.2/m A:  14 R:0 HW:   0                       
 22: ANU 19      :                         | 1.786G / 1.899Gh/s WU:25.7zorg@Enterprise:~$ :   1                 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 08:40:49] Accepted 0f0d5b64 Diff 17/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:53] Accepted ca3df8db Diff 324/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:55] Accepted 08cabc98 Diff 29/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted b7bf2738 Diff 357/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted 076a0aee Diff 35/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:00] Accepted 0c319904 Diff 21/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:02] Accepted 04ca727d Diff 53/14 ANU 4 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:05] Hotplug: Icarus added ANU 19
 [2014-07-14 08:41:06] Accepted 0b1b953f Diff 23/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:14] Accepted 0d9e1876 Diff 19/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:15] Accepted 068974d7 Diff 39/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:18] Accepted 0d8c53fa Diff 19/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 081be148 Diff 32/14 ANU 19 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 01811a6a Diff 170/14 ANU 18 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:20] Accepted 0c9bf344 Diff 20/14 ANU 10 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:29] Accepted 06d0273c Diff 38/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] ANU18 Re-estimate: Hs=-5.485215e-10 W=8.094902e-01 read_time=-1696ms fullnonce=-1.546s
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

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Can you help me please?
Thank you in advance!


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July 15, 2014, 01:56:44 PM
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Is port 8333 used for something specific on Bitcoin?

That's the port your Bitcon-QT connects to the network with and downloads the blockchain on.  If you block it your client won't work.

The port is not blocked per see, bitcoin client been working for 3 days updating the blockchain and since last night in server mode with cgminer.

Is another kind of traffic detected and stopped on that port, probably malicious, I am contacting the protection software company to investigate,
the only information I got is;

IP: 77.221.153.157 (Saint Petersburg, Zao National Telecomunications)
Port: 8333
Type: Inbound
Process: C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe

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July 15, 2014, 02:44:43 PM
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Is port 8333 used for something specific on Bitcoin?

That's the port your Bitcon-QT connects to the network with and downloads the blockchain on.  If you block it your client won't work.

The port is not blocked per see, bitcoin client been working for 3 days updating the blockchain and since last night in server mode with cgminer.

Is another kind of traffic detected and stopped on that port, probably malicious, I am contacting the protection software company to investigate,
the only information I got is;

IP: 77.221.153.157 (Saint Petersburg, Zao National Telecomunications)
Port: 8333
Type: Inbound
Process: C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe

Thanks os2sam

The Bitcoin-QT client will establish 8 connections on it's own.  But if you allow unsolicited inbound connections it will establish up to 125 (Default Maximum) connections to the network.  The more connections you have the better chance you have of having your block accepted on the network before a competing block in an orphan race.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
A: Top-posting.
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And again...
I have no clue what's happening...

Code:
[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

What version are you using [and is it a ckolivias version]

Yes it is.
Version 4.4.1:

Hi ckolivas!

Look, I'm running cgminer 4.4.1 and I'm getting "Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766" a lot, lately.
After this, my screen session renders unusable and I have to create a new one.
This last part isn't important, but as for the error, I can't get cgminer to function for more than about few hours:

Code:
cgminer version 4.4.1 - Started: [2014-07-14 06:23:56]                                                                   
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 (5s):21.29G (1m):20.92G (5m):21.39G (15m):21.47G (avg):19.14Gh/s                                               
 A:32250  R:0  HW:7790  WU:228.0/m | ST: 49  SS: 0  NB: 10  LW: 75545  GF: 1  RF: 0                       
 Connected to ---------- diff 14 with stratum as user                                                                     
 Block: 256e69bd...  Diff:17.3G  Started: [08:40:21]  Best share: 31.9K                                               
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 [U]SB management [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit                                           
  0: BAJ FTWS9K4J: max 41C 0.99V           | 4.672G / 4.651Gh/s WU:64.8/m A:9033 R:0 HW:   3             
  1: BXM 0       :                         | 2.529G / 2.512Gh/s WU:35.4/m A:4935 R:0 HW:   0                       
  2: AMU 0       :                         | 36.31M / 280.2Mh/s WU: 3.3/m A: 579 R:0 HW:7516                     
  5: ANU 2       :                         | 1.984G / 1.990Gh/s WU:28.1/m A:3728 R:0 HW:  24                     
  6: ANU 3       :                         | 1.989G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.9/m A:4357 R:0 HW:  24                     
  7: ANU 4       :                         | 1.992G / 1.991Gh/s WU:27.4/m A:3736 R:0 HW:  19                     
  8: ANU 5       :                         | 1.990G / 1.989Gh/s WU:27.3/m A:3856 R:0 HW:  22                     
 13: ANU 10      :                         | 1.624G / 1.916Gh/s WU:24.4/m A:1183 R:0 HW: 131                   
 21: ANU 18      :                         | 1.637G / 1.796Gh/s WU: 5.2/m A:  14 R:0 HW:   0                       
 22: ANU 19      :                         | 1.786G / 1.899Gh/s WU:25.7zorg@Enterprise:~$ :   1                 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [2014-07-14 08:40:49] Accepted 0f0d5b64 Diff 17/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:53] Accepted ca3df8db Diff 324/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:55] Accepted 08cabc98 Diff 29/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted b7bf2738 Diff 357/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:40:56] Accepted 076a0aee Diff 35/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:00] Accepted 0c319904 Diff 21/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:02] Accepted 04ca727d Diff 53/14 ANU 4 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:05] Hotplug: Icarus added ANU 19
 [2014-07-14 08:41:06] Accepted 0b1b953f Diff 23/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:14] Accepted 0d9e1876 Diff 19/14 ANU 3 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:15] Accepted 068974d7 Diff 39/14 BAJ 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:18] Accepted 0d8c53fa Diff 19/14 BXM 0 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 081be148 Diff 32/14 ANU 19 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:19] Accepted 01811a6a Diff 170/14 ANU 18 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:20] Accepted 0c9bf344 Diff 20/14 ANU 10 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:29] Accepted 06d0273c Diff 38/14 ANU 2 pool 0
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] ANU18 Re-estimate: Hs=-5.485215e-10 W=8.094902e-01 read_time=-1696ms fullnonce=-1.546s
 [2014-07-14 08:41:31] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f030dff8270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Can you help me please?
Thank you in advance!


If its an antminer u2 and its hot  its probably not being recognized right. I had to re sit my ant u2's to get them to work right and then sold them since they don't play nice with other devices( they mined, but they reset over and over).
*If you see double blinks somethings up,,, be it playing nice or them being really picky where they connect into.

BTW you know you have a block eroupter still plugged in apparently.

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If its an antminer u2 and its hot  its probably not being recognized right. I had to re sit my ant u2's to get them to work right and then sold them since they don't play nice with other devices( they mined, but they reset over and over).
*If you see double blinks somethings up,,, be it playing nice or them being really picky where they connect into.

BTW you know you have a block eroupter still plugged in apparently.

I suspect a lot of the hub but I'm waiting for a pair of ankers to arrive...
Some are (at least for my touch) hot as usual and some are cold (I have 7 of them).
They are cooled by a fan directed to them from the side.
Yes, I must have the BE inserted or I can't have cgminer to recognize the U1's! :-/
Already tried to figure out this one specially because a friend of mine wants to take my be's for his experiences... but i quited. It was easier to let it there...
Weird, isn't it? o_O

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Cgminer 4.4.1 will recognize the Antminer S3 and Rockminer R3 or is just limited to the U and Box versions?
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Tell your friend to go on amazon if they want eroupters. I had someone buy off a bunch of my set a short while ago though I didn't ask why. I kept hoping there was life after bitcoin for eroupters but nothing ever passed my way (like folding at home support or bonzi gpu applications [which do seti and a bunch of other group processing programs]

Ankers work for most but they are 3.0 and will cause pain if you plug in a 3.0 port (zombies and disappearing devices. I'm hoping 3.0 will be bitcoin friendly if people start building on its spec though.

Post again once you get your hubs. I'd hope that'll be the issue and your friend will get their free eroupter.

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And again...
I have no clue what's happening...

Code:
[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766
Looks like a cgminer bug actually at not dealing with a timer overflow. Try the latest cgminer from git.

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Cgminer 4.4.1 will recognize the Antminer S3 and Rockminer R3 or is just limited to the U and Box versions?

I really have to find that readme file.  I keep thinking they run in their own confined space and won't communicate with cgminer on a pc[or linux]

Like the info address for potential tips Wink
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July 15, 2014, 05:39:48 PM
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Ankers work for most but they are 3.0 and will cause pain if you plug in a 3.0 port (zombies and disappearing devices.

I really like the Gearmo USB 3.0 hubs.

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July 15, 2014, 08:16:23 PM
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Yes I did before but
Booth ASICS are conected to Mixer USB.
I want each ASIC to computer
Can I connect 2 Printer cables to each one ASIC to Computer?

I'm not sure I understand the question sorry. You can open your cointerra terraminer up and plug in two usb printer cables to your PC. Each card is seen as a separate device on cgminer.

I am having issues with my beaglebone for the terraminer.  Are you saying that I can plug each board into a PC with a USB cable and then run cgminer on my PC to get it working again?  If so, that would be an easier solution than trying to replace the beaglebone.
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July 15, 2014, 09:06:54 PM
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Ankers work for most but they are 3.0 and will cause pain if you plug in a 3.0 port (zombies and disappearing devices. I'm hoping 3.0 will be bitcoin friendly if people start building on its spec though.

Post again once you get your hubs. I'd hope that'll be the issue and your friend will get their free eroupter.

I haven't any 3.0 ports in this machine, yet so I guess I'm safe.
I will Wink, thanks!

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I have no clue what's happening...

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[2014-07-15 09:24:41] Failed to sem_timedwait errno=22 cgsem=0x0x7f943e7f9270 in usbutils.c callback_wait():2766
Looks like a cgminer bug actually at not dealing with a timer overflow. Try the latest cgminer from git.

Compiled fine and so far so good, but I'll only be able to confirm tomorrow or so.
Sometimes it only lasted 2h, sometimes about 9h.

But anyway, thank you very much, I'll keep you updated. Smiley

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July 15, 2014, 10:45:31 PM
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Yes I did before but
Booth ASICS are conected to Mixer USB.
I want each ASIC to computer
Can I connect 2 Printer cables to each one ASIC to Computer?

I'm not sure I understand the question sorry. You can open your cointerra terraminer up and plug in two usb printer cables to your PC. Each card is seen as a separate device on cgminer.

I am having issues with my beaglebone for the terraminer.  Are you saying that I can plug each board into a PC with a USB cable and then run cgminer on my PC to get it working again?  If so, that would be an easier solution than trying to replace the beaglebone.
Yes indeed you can, though cointerra pushed me some driver updates that seem to depend on a firmware update that hasn't happened which means the last good working mainline cgminer for it was 4.3.5.

Mind you I've had all sorts of ever increasing hardware problems with my terraminer too and it is now completely offline.

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