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July 16, 2014, 05:41:50 PM
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Any support for the Rockminer "Rocket" RK-Box?

I asked the vendor and they say is a USB ASIC like the R-BOX and it use cgminer for software but I will no buy it if no confirmation here that it is supported.

Read in a post back that Kano was working on it.
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July 16, 2014, 09:29:40 PM
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Any support for the Rockminer "Rocket" RK-Box?

I asked the vendor and they say is a USB ASIC like the R-BOX and it use cgminer for software but I will no buy it if no confirmation here that it is supported.

Read in a post back that Kano was working on it.

@ckolivas:
Do you plan support in cgminer new Rockminer "Rocket" RK-Box and Rockminer R3? I hope yes, but when?
If one of the devs gets one (I think Kano might be working on something).

Currently, mainline cgminer only supports R-Box

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July 17, 2014, 12:46:29 AM
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Any way to troubleshoot this hardware errors?
I think is too much for only 2 hours.
I am using 2 R-BOX connected to the USB ports on the laptop with Bitcoin-0.9.2.1 and cgminer-4.4.1

 [2014-07-16 19:37:58]
Summary of runtime statistics:

 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Started at [2014-07-16 16:52:19]
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Pool: http://localhost:8332
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Runtime: 2 hrs : 45 mins : 39 secs
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Average hashrate: 65121.3 Mhash/s
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Solved blocks: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Best share difficulty: 4.43M
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Share submissions: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Accepted shares: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Rejected shares: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Hardware errors: 850
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 909.83/min
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Work items generated locally: 156744
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] New blocks detected on network: 14
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] Summary of per device statistics:
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] LIN0 (5s):38.14G (avg):32.55Gh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:822 WU:454.8/m
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] LIN1 (5s):34.35G (avg):32.59Gh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:28 WU:455.4/m
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58]

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July 17, 2014, 01:01:29 AM
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Any way to troubleshoot this hardware errors?
I think is too much for only 2 hours.
I am using 2 R-BOX connected to the USB ports on the laptop with Bitcoin-0.9.2.1 and cgminer-4.4.1
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[2014-07-16 19:37:58] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 909.83/min

 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] LIN0 (5s):38.14G (avg):32.55Gh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:822 WU:454.8/m
 [2014-07-16 19:37:58] LIN1 (5s):34.35G (avg):32.59Gh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:28 WU:455.4/m

Looks okay to me. 2 hours at 909 shares per min is ~110k shares and you have ~900 errors total.

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July 17, 2014, 02:26:06 AM
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Thank you ckolivas, I though something was wrong with the hardware.

When is considered the hardware errors rate too much ?
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July 17, 2014, 02:31:13 AM
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Thank you ckolivas, I though something was wrong with the hardware.

When is considered the hardware errors rate too much ?

It's very much dependent on the hardware. Some stuff by design has 10% errors in a harmless way (any bitfury). Most hardware designs are under 2% which is fine.

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July 17, 2014, 04:49:50 AM
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New release: Version 4.4.2, 17th July 2014

A stable/bugfix/driver update release for accumulated issues while I was away.


Human readable changelog:

- Fixed an issue where some types of file configuration parameters (like hfa-fan) would be lost when write config was chosen from the menu.
- Fixed a crash that could occur on trying to connect to a stratum server.
- Fixed write config file crashing when bitfury was compiled in.
- Fixed the "Failed to sem_timedwait" issue seen by some people.
- Fixed failover not working if one of the initial pools never responded.
- Fixed a corruption when solo mining (ALL SOLO MINERS URGED TO UPGRADE!)
- Rbox now accepts frequencies up to 400.
- Spondoolies driver updates including SP30 driver.
- Minion driver updates.
- Avalon2 driver updates.
- Fixed broken S1 compilation.
- Other low level fixes.


Full changelog:

- Fix processarg parameters loaded from a config file not being saveable
- We only use the jansson in our source tree so no need for special case
handling of older versions
- Upgrade jansson to 2.6
- Only clear sockbuf if it's been allocated
- Fix missing osm-led-mode support in write config
- Deal with nanosecond overflow in both directions on both addition and
subtration of timespecs
- Rename sp10 driver internally from spondoolies to sp10
- minion - add a 2nd (optional - disabled) reset test
- production stats added, reset queue added
- minion - correct led ghs2 choice
- minion - correct ghs2 display
- minion - reset the led counter when doing a chip RSTN full reset
- minion - don't reset the led counter for an SPI reset
- minion - led per chip and use all time average
- minion - report spi error counts and settings in stats
- minion - undeclared fix
- minion - chip power cycle option
- minion - record 0xff error history and reduce screen output
- minion - reset on result or fifo 0xff
- minion - clarify the 0 value of spireset
- minion - make SPI reset more configurable
- minion - make the SPI reset ms sleep a parameter and API settable
- sp10 sensors
- sp30
- minion - led+more api setting
- Avoid blocking all pool testing if one pool fails to ever init
- There is no point storing the hints addrinfo in struct pool
- minion - 'reset' SPI when getting errors
- initialise more pool values in benchmark
- minion - auto adjust freq
- merge upstream frequency changes
- icarus - timing history in its own function
- rbox - add lotsa stats, tidy up a bit more
- Fix an off-by-one.
- icarus - detect stat should be LOG_DEBUG
- icarus - tidy up rbox code, remove statics, and add rocketbox
- minion - do an early reset to clear the chip status
- minion - use descriptive names for the list types
- Avalon2: automatic adjust fan speed, using crc16 on job_id compare, turn on
the led by API, detect twice when start, remember the last stratum message
increase the hashrate, add cutoff option
- fix AntS1 breakages from AntS2 changes
- minion - disable dup nonce check
- minion - add an ioseq number for each ioctl to simplify work ordering
- minion - redo old work expiry based on txrx order
- minion - more work stats, minimise queued work, free flushed queued work
- minion - allow resetting a chip via the API
- minion - correct 'WQue Count' in stats
- minion - delay after reset, reset history also, add dups to api stats
- noncedup - give access to the internal stats
- minion - increase reset to 75%
- minion - dup checking, disable reread by default and extra ioctl debugging
- minion - always check the chip queue before queuing new work

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July 17, 2014, 07:07:51 AM
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How do I start mining?
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July 17, 2014, 07:56:31 AM
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Hello Con,

pthread_tryjoin_np was working great for last two days or so. Cgminer starts up for a sec or two:)

However you are removing it due to:
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Remove the use of the pthread_tryjoin_np which is currently unimplemented on many platforms
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If you can make it #ifdef where this is implemented will be great.

PS: i have not tested two latest commits after 4.2.2 release yet Wink

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July 17, 2014, 08:36:39 AM
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pthread_tryjoin_np was working great for last two days or so. Cgminer starts up for a sec or two:)

However you are removing it due to:
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Remove the use of the pthread_tryjoin_np which is currently unimplemented on many platforms
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If you can make it #ifdef where this is implemented will be great.

PS: i have not tested two latest commits after 4.2.2 release yet Wink
Yes I know it works for Linux but many platforms don't have it implemented so I needed something cross platform hence the change to the code. The pain of writing cross platform software...

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July 17, 2014, 08:57:41 AM
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pthread_tryjoin_np was working great for last two days or so. Cgminer starts up for a sec or two:)

However you are removing it due to:
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Remove the use of the pthread_tryjoin_np which is currently unimplemented on many platforms
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If you can make it #ifdef where this is implemented will be great.

PS: i have not tested two latest commits after 4.2.2 release yet Wink
Yes I know it works for Linux but many platforms don't have it implemented so I needed something cross platform hence the change to the code. The pain of writing cross platform software...
Yeah i got your point
Something like
#ifndef WIN32
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#endif
What about it?
PS: if last two commits do same job then this is not needed of course
 

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July 17, 2014, 09:07:54 AM
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Does this now have native Zeus support or do we still need to use the fork from dmaxl? Can't find suitable information on this.
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July 17, 2014, 09:13:37 AM
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Does this now have native Zeus support or do we still need to use the fork from dmaxl? Can't find suitable information on this.
This is a bitcoin miner. All altcoin variants are forks.

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July 17, 2014, 12:28:28 PM
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Alot of forks without a table to arrange them on. Makes my head hurt when I try to experiment elsewhere.

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July 18, 2014, 03:18:55 AM
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Making some progress with the Terraminer. I hooked up both boards directly to my PC, installed WinUSB, and then started up version 4.3.5 using the --ps-load 80 parameter since I used to run it at power step 8.

Cgminer recognizes the boards and they get an initial hash rate of about 200g for a second on each board and the over about a minute it goes down to 0.

I get a constant output of checksum bad for each board.

The miner registers on my pool for about 2 minutes and then nothing

Is there a parameter I am missing?

Any suggestions?
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Making some progress with the Terraminer. I hooked up both boards directly to my PC, installed WinUSB, and then started up version 4.3.5 using the --ps-load 80 parameter since I used to run it at power step 8.

Cgminer recognizes the boards and they get an initial hash rate of about 200g for a second on each board and the over about a minute it goes down to 0.

I get a constant output of checksum bad for each board.

The miner registers on my pool for about 2 minutes and then nothing

Is there a parameter I am missing?

Any suggestions?
Sorry try 4.3.4 as 4.3.5 had the checksum code which is for newer firmware.

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July 18, 2014, 03:33:04 AM
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Yes! I think that might have done it....thanks!
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July 18, 2014, 03:38:20 AM
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Yes! I think that might have done it....thanks!
Good. Here's a special build of 4.4.2 for you without the checksum code as well:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer.exe

Just drop that file into a cgminer 4.4.2 folder overwriting the cgminer.exe

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Thanks! Appreciate all the help.
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July 18, 2014, 09:03:26 AM
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hello, do you know how to setup logging on cgminer with GNU Screen (linux)?

I'm trying redirecting the stderr but cause of screen that won't work.

This doesn't work:
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/usr/bin/screen -dmS cgminer bin/cgminer -c miner_conf.json 2>cgminer.log


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